According to the previously applied standard ISO components were identified in Designation code for components to ISO ISO – Download as Word Doc .doc), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. Two new technical documents have recently been published by ISO and are now available from the National Fluid Power Association (NFPA). ISO

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Reference identification to ISO and/or EN

System designation If several systems and electropneumatic control systems are present in a plant, the system designation must be integrated into the designation code.

For pneumatic and 12219-2 circuit diagrams the designation rules are printed in the standards ISO and EN In the tree view click the desired value behind the icon. Select the circuit number with program support Double-click a Fluid device in the schematic. The new DT is then H3.

Reference identification to ISO 1219-2 and/or EN

For this reason, the identification letters of products or the reference identifiers equipment identifiers are being used in circuit diagrams in Festo Didactic documents as per EN Product-related reference identifiers are used below. The following 3 fluid devices are located in a project: Circuit 12192- of a pneumatic control system — components identified to ISO Every oso with the exception of connecting cables and hoses is identified as in the following figure.


Within a circuit, components with the same component identifier are numbered consecutively from bottom to top and from left to right. The DT of the selected Fluid function is already marked in the list. Preconditions You have opened a project.

Unfortunately different designations are used in the two aforementioned standards. The identification letters are supposed to be used in conjunction with the rules for forming reference identifiers in accordance with EN The DT selection is closed.

In the case of Fluid devices identified to DIN ISO you can define during the selection whether the next free circuit number or the item number is to be determined. At least one fluid device is placed on the schematic page. The subsequent dialog DT selection contains a list of all the device tags of all the functions available in the project. In order to ensure clarity and good legibility, the circuit symbols in both diagrams should be identified and numbered in the same way.

The components in the circuit diagrams of a control system are identified by letters. All pneumatic components in a control system are identified by the same system number. Select the item number with program support Repeat Steps 1 to iao described in the previous section.

Selecting Fluid DTs (DIN ISO )

To have the individual identifier elements of the DT of the selected Fluid function displayed by means of icons select the tab Tree. In the second case the next free item number is assigned to the DT H3.


This task covers D1 Compare three techniques used to construct. The medium code consists of letters. The circuit symbols are displayed as per ISO Circuit diagram of an electro-pneumatic control system — components identified to ISO This mixed identification code is displayed in the following figure.

Reference identification to ISO 1219-2 and/or EN 81346-2

EE Mark Randall Lab If so, please send an e-mail 121-2 Display identifier structure for DT selection Select the following menu items: In the opened tree view click on the value behind the icon. You have created a page of the type “Fluid power schematic” and have opened the page in the graphical editor.

Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. Activate the check boxes DT: Medium code for fluid-related systems Circuit number All components for supplying energy are preferably identified by the circuit number 0.

The designation code contains: In the first case the next free circuit number is assigned to the DT H3.