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Magnetic Levitation System
External Interface 33-006-3M5
MATLAB 5 Version

Feedback
Feedback Instruments Ltd, Park Road, Crowborough, E. Sussex, TN6 2QR, UK. Telephone: +44 (0) 1892 653322, Fax: +44 (0) 1892 663719. email: feedback@fdbk.demon.co.uk World Wide Web Homepage: http://www.fbk.com
Manual: 33-006-3M5 Ed01 991115

Printed in England by Fl Ltd, Crowborough

Feedback Part No.1160–330063M5

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MAGNETIC LEVITATION SYSTEM External Interface Manual

Preface

THE HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK ACT 1974
We are required under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, to make available to users of this equipment certain information regarding its safe use. The equipment, when used in normal or prescribed applications within the parameters set for its mechanical andelectrical performance, should not cause any danger or hazard to health or safety if normal engineering practices are observed and they are used in accordance with the instructions supplied. If, in specific cases, circumstances exist in which a potential hazard may be brought about by careless or improper use, these will be pointed out and the necessary precautions emphasised. While we provide thefullest possible user information relating to the proper use of this equipment, if there is any doubt whatsoever about any aspect, the user should contact the Product Safety Officer at Feedback Instruments Limited, Crowborough. This equipment should not be used by inexperienced users unless they are under supervision. We are required by European Directives to indicate on our equipment panels certainareas and warnings that require attention by the user. These have been indicated in the specified way by yellow labels with black printing, the meaning of any labels that may be fixed to the instrument are shown below:

CAUTION RISK OF DANGER Refer to accompanying documents

CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK

CAUTION ELECTROSTATIC SENSITIVE DEVICE

PRODUCT IMPROVEMENTS
We maintain a policy ofcontinuous product improvement by incorporating the latest developments and components into our equipment, even up to the time of dispatch. All major changes are incorporated into up-dated editions of our manuals and this manual was believed to be correct at the time of printing. However, some product changes which do not affect the instructional capability of the equipment, may not be includeduntil it is necessary to incorporate other significant changes.

COMPONENT REPLACEMENT
Where components are of a ‘Safety Critical’ nature, i.e. all components involved with the supply or carrying of voltages at supply potential or higher, these must be replaced with components of equal international safety approval in order to maintain full equipment safety. In order to maintain compliance withinternational directives, all replacement components should be identical to those originally supplied. Any component may be ordered direct from Feedback or its agents by quoting the following information:

1. 3.

Equipment type Component reference

2. 4.

Component value Equipment serial number

Components can often be replaced by alternatives available locally, however we cannottherefore guarantee continued performance either to published specification or compliance with international standards.

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MAGNETIC LEVITATION SYSTEM External Interface Manual

Preface

DECLARATION CONCERNING ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
Should this equipment be used outside the classroom, laboratory study area or similar such place for which it is designed and sold then FeedbackInstruments Ltd hereby states that conformity with the protection requirements of the European Community Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (89/336/EEC) may be invalidated and could lead to prosecution. This equipment, when operated in accordance with the supplied documentation, does not cause electromagnetic disturbance outside its immediate electromagnetic environment.

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