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  1. Specifications Relating to Non-automatic Weighing Devices (1998) - SI/98-81 (Section 63)
    Specifications Relating to Non-automatic Weighing Devices (1998)
    •  (1) Approach and exit ramps to and from a permanently installed vehicle scale shall

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      • (b) be as wide as, and in the same plane as, the weighbridge;

      • (c) be constructed, for a distance of at least 3 m adjacent to the weighbridge, of concrete or similar durable material to ensure that they remain smooth, level and in the same plane as the weighbridge; and

      • (d) beyond the 3 m distance set out in paragraphs (a) and (c), be constructed so as to permit

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  2. Specifications Relating to Non-automatic Weighing Devices (1998) - SI/98-81 (Section 1)
    Specifications Relating to Non-automatic Weighing Devices (1998)
    •  (1) The definitions in this section apply in these Specifications.

      auxiliary indicating element

      auxiliary indicating element  means a rider, a vernier or, in the case of a digital indicating device, the last figure after the decimal sign that is clearly differentiated from other figures such as by size, shape or colour. (dispositif indicateur auxiliaire)

      non-automatic indicating device

      non-automatic indicating device  means a weighing device that requires an operator’s intervention to obtain equilibrium, such as an equal-arm scale with weights. (appareil de pesage à équilibre non automatique)

      non-automatic weighing device

      non-automatic weighing device or weighing device  means a weighing machine that weighs discrete loads and that requires an operator’s intervention during the weighing process, such as to deposit the load to be measured on the weighing and load-receiving element and to remove it therefrom or to obtain weight results. (appareil de pesage à fonctionnement non automatiqueouappareil de pesage )

      on-board weighing system

      on-board weighing system  means a weighing device designed to be an integral part of, or attached or secured to, the frame, chassis, lifting mechanism or bed of mobile equipment such as a truck, tractor, trailer or forklift. (système de pesage monté sur véhicule)

    • (2) In these Specifications, a reference to a verification scale interval or actual scale interval refers to that of the weighing range or partial weighing range, as the case may be, that is being tested.

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  3. Specifications Relating to Non-automatic Weighing Devices (1998) - SI/98-81 (Section 49)
    Specifications Relating to Non-automatic Weighing Devices (1998)
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    • (2) In this section,

      • (a)  Modules in the same housing includes

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        • (ii) a weighing device composed of modules and approved as a single unit where the modules are not intended to be separated and interfaced with other modules approved separately;

    • (3) In the case of the elements described in column IV of the table to this section, the maximum capacity and the actual scale interval shall be marked as required by paragraph 52(b) at the time they are attached to other modules to form a weighing device.

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  4. Specifications Relating to Non-automatic Weighing Devices (1998) - SI/98-81 (Section 29)
    Specifications Relating to Non-automatic Weighing Devices (1998)

     An electronic weighing device, when disturbed by interference such as the effects of electromagnetic or electrostatic fields, short time power reduction, voltage spikes, electrostatic discharges or other disturbances that may be encountered under normal conditions of use, shall

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    • (d) provide a weight indication that is so completely unstable that it cannot be interpreted, stored or printed as a correct measurement value.


  5. Specifications Relating to Non-automatic Weighing Devices (1998) - SI/98-81 (Section 22)
    Specifications Relating to Non-automatic Weighing Devices (1998)

     A weighing device shall perform within the applicable limits of error when exposed to the range of conditions specified by the manufacturer, as well as at any temperature, humidity, pressure, voltage, frequency or other influencing factors that may be encountered under normal conditions of use.



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