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Iso 10218

ISO 10218 Robots and robotic devices — Safety requirements for industrial robots is an international standard for robot safety, developed by ISO/TC 184/SC 2 "Robots and robotic devices"[1] in parallel with the European Committee for Standardization. It consists of two parts:

  • Part 1: Robots[2]
  • Part 2: Robot systems and integration[3]

As a European standard it has the designation EN ISO 10218-1 and -2 (not to be mixed with EN 10218).

References

  1. ^ TC 184/SC 2, Robots and robotic devices
  2. ^ Robots and robotic devices — Safety requirements for industrial robots — Part 1: RobotsISO 10218-1:2011
  3. ^ Robots and robotic devices — Safety requirements for industrial robots — Part 2: Robot systems and integrationISO 10218-2:2011


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