BS ISO 12214:2002 - Road vehicles. Direction-of-motion stereotypes for automotive hand controls
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BS ISO 12214:2002

Road vehicles. Direction-of-motion stereotypes for automotive hand controls

Status : Revised, Withdrawn   Published : November 2002 Replaced By : BS ISO 12214:2010

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Standard NumberBS ISO 12214:2002
TitleRoad vehicles. Direction-of-motion stereotypes for automotive hand controls
StatusRevised, Withdrawn
Publication Date12 November 2002
Withdrawn Date31 March 2010
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Replaced ByBS ISO 12214:2010
International RelationshipsISO 12214:2002
Draft Superseded By99/710043 DC
DescriptorsRoad vehicles, Motor vehicles, Direction of movement, Motion, Road vehicle components, Vehicle components, Vehicle controls, Control devices, Control systems, Design, Passenger road vehicles, Commercial road vehicles, Buses
ICS43.040.30
Title in FrenchVehicules routiers. Stereotypes de sens d'action sur les commandes manuelles dans l'automobile
Title in GermanStrassenfahrzeuge. Betaetigungsrichtungen von Handbedienteilen
CommitteeAUE/12
ISBN0 580 40717 9
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages16
File Size622.5 KB
Price£134.00


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