The Figure 4 UV Curing Unit 350 has many warning labels throughout. This section details what those warning labels are, how many of each warning label is on each system module, and the locations of each type of label. It is important to use the machine with extreme caution to avoid situations that may be hazardous. The numbers in the Item column below correspond to the numbers in the images that follow.
|1||Product label - Contains system information and certification symbols||1||
|2 - ISO 7000-0434B||
CAUTION: UV RADIATION WARNING - Indicates that UV radiation may be present behind the panel.
|3 - ISO 7000-0637A||
CAUTION: Heat WARNING - Indicates that the machine may be hot inside. It will definitely be hot just after operation.
|4 - IEC 60417-5007||Power On - To indicate connection to the mains, at least for mains switches or their positions, and all those cases where safety is involved.||1|
|5 - IEC 60417-5008||Power Off - To indicate disconnection from the mains, at least for mains switches or their positions, and all those cases where safety is involved.||1|
|6 - IEC 60417-5009||Stand-By - To identify the switch or switch position by means of which part of the equipment is switched on in order to bring it into the stand-by condition, and to identify the control to shift to or to indicate the state of low power consumption. Each of different states of power consumption may be indicated using a corresponding color.||1|
|7 - IEC 60417-5032||Alternating Current (label inside panel, not accessible by customer) - To indicate on the rating plate that the equipment is suitable for alternating current only; to identify relevant terminals.||1|
|8 - IEC 60417-5019||Protective Earth; Protective Ground (label inside panel, not accessible by customer) - To identify any terminal which is intended for connection to an external conductor for protection against electric shock in case of a fault, or the terminal of a protective earth (ground) electrode.||1|