BS ISO 20673:2007 - Ships and marine technology. Electric rudder angle indicators – BSI British Standards

BS ISO 20673:2007

Ships and marine technology. Electric rudder angle indicators

Status : Current, Work in hand   Published : June 2007

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This International Standard specifies the construction, performance requirements, methods of testing and required test results for electric rudder angle indicators required to comply with clause 2.5.4, Regulation 19, chapter V, SOLAS 1974 (as amended, 2000).

This International Standard is associated with IMO Resolution A.694 (17) and IEC 60945.

Where a requirement in this International Standard is different from IEC 60945, the requirement in this International Standard takes precedence.




Standard NumberBS ISO 20673:2007
TitleShips and marine technology. Electric rudder angle indicators
StatusCurrent, Work in hand
Publication Date29 June 2007
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)IEC 60945, IEC 61162-1, IEC 61162-2
Informative References(Provided for Information)(SOLAS), 1974, IEC 60092-504, International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, IMO Resolution A.694(17)
International RelationshipsISO 20673:2007
Draft Superseded By05/30130646 DC
DescriptorsPerformance, Performance testing, Marine instruments, Steering gear, Water transport engineering, Ships, Direction indicators, Marine navigation, Navigational measurement, Direction control, Signal devices, Rudders, Radio equipment
ICS47.020.70
Title in FrenchNavires et technologie maritime. Indicateurs de direction des gouvernails électriques
Title in GermanSchiffe und Meerestechnik. Elektrische Ruderlagenanzeiger
CommitteeEPL/80
ISBN978 0 580 50877 6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages14
File Size356 KB
Price£112.00


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