techNOTE – Coding Principles of Beacons and Indicators

April 3, 2014

The latest in our 2014 techNOTE series is published today aiming to help you select the very best product for your application.  The series unpacks some of the product differences across our range and outline the pros and cons of some of the individual options.

This techNOTE discusses the use of colour and shape within the context of visual warning signals as defined in EN 60073 (IEC 60073:2002) – formally IEC 73.  This techNOTE can be downloaded here.

All techNOTE articles will be available on our download page as they are published – be sure to check-back often!




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