This document specifies the test procedures and a method of presenting results concerning the parameters which define the main characteristics to be included in the supplier's literature of the electro-pneumatic continuous pressure control valves, conforming to ISO 10094-1. The purpose of this document is: —   to facilitate comparison by standardizing the test methods and the presentation of the test results, and —   to assist in the proper application of these components in compressed air systems. The specified tests are intended to allow comparison between the different types of continuous pressure control valves; these are not production tests to be carried out on each manufactured product. The tests described in this document are for components with an exhaust port vented to the atmosphere. NOTE 1  The tests related to non-electrically modulated pneumatic continuous pressure control valves are specified in ISO 6953-2. NOTE 2  The tests related to electro-pneumatic continuous flow control valves are specified in ISO 10041-2. NOTE 3  ISO 6953-3 provides an alternate dynamic test method for flow-rate characteristics using an isothermal tank instead of a flow meter. However, this method measures only the decreasing flow rate part of the hysteresis curve of the forward flow and relief flow characteristics.

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This document specifies which characteristics of electro-pneumatic continuous pressure control valves are to be included in the supplier's literature. In accordance with ISO 5598, these control valves include: —   electrically modulated pneumatic proportional pressure valves, —   proportional pressure control valves without electronic pressure feedback, and —   proportional pressure control valves with electronic pressure feedback. This document is limited to the characterization of components with an exhaust port to the atmosphere. NOTE 1  The characteristics of non-electrically modulated pneumatic pressure control valves are specified in ISO 6953‑1. NOTE 2  The characteristics of electro-pneumatic continuous flow control valves are specified in ISO 10041‑1.

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ISO 7368:2016 specifies only geometrical data relating to cavities in which two-port hydraulic slip-in cartridge valves are mounted in order to ensure interchangeability.
NOTE For example, this document does not specify rated pressures.
It applies to cavities for two-port hydraulic slip-in cartridge valves which are generally applicable to industrial equipment.

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ISO 5781:2016 specifies the dimensions and other data relating to surfaces on which hydraulic pressure-reducing valves, sequence valves, unloading valves, throttle valves and check valves are mounted in order to ensure interchangeability.
It applies to mounting surfaces for hydraulic pressure-reducing valves, sequence valves, unloading valves, throttle valves and check valves, which represent current practice; they are generally applicable to industrial equipment.

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This document describes test methods for determining the performance characteristics of electrically modulated hydraulic pressure control valves.

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This document specifies methods for determining, under steady-state conditions, the pressure differential caused by the flow through any given path in a hydraulic fluid power valve. Requirements for test installations, procedures and presentation of results are specified.

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This document defines an identification code for hydraulic valve mounting surfaces and for hydraulic cartridge valve cavities that are defined in other International Standards (see Bibliography). This document is not applicable to mounting surfaces and cartridge valve cavities that do not conform to these International Standards. This document does not require that the hardware be marked with the identification code.

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ISO 20401:2017 specifies the pin assignment for pneumatic directional control valves when used together with 8 mm and 12 mm diameter electrical round connectors according to IEC 60947-5-2. This definition is valid for connectors as shown in IEC 60947-5-2:2004, Figures D.2 and D.4, which are shown in Clause 4.

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ISO 5781:2016 specifies the dimensions and other data relating to surfaces on which hydraulic pressure-reducing valves, sequence valves, unloading valves, throttle valves and check valves are mounted in order to ensure interchangeability. It applies to mounting surfaces for hydraulic pressure-reducing valves, sequence valves, unloading valves, throttle valves and check valves, which represent current practice; they are generally applicable to industrial equipment.

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ISO 7368:2016 specifies only geometrical data relating to cavities in which two-port hydraulic slip-in cartridge valves are mounted in order to ensure interchangeability. NOTE For example, this document does not specify rated pressures. It applies to cavities for two-port hydraulic slip-in cartridge valves which are generally applicable to industrial equipment.

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This part of ISO 6953 specifies test procedures and a method of presenting the results concerning
the parameters which define the main characteristics to be included in literature from suppliers of
regulators and filter-regulators conforming to ISO 6953-1.
The purpose of this part of ISO 6953 is the following:
— to facilitate the comparison of pressure regulators and filter-regulators by standardizing test
methods and presentation of test data;
— to assist in the proper application of pressure regulators and filter-regulators in compressed air systems.
The tests specified are intended to allow comparison among the different type of regulators and filterregulators;
they are not production tests to be carried out on each pressure regulator or filter-regulator
manufactured.
NOTE 1 The tests related to electro-pneumatic pressure control valves are specified in ISO 10094−2.
NOTE 2 Use ISO 6953-3 for an alternative dynamic test method for flow-rate characteristics using an isothermal
tank instead of a flow meter. However, this method measures only the decreasing flow rate part of the hysteresis
curve of forward flow and relief flow characteristics.

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This part of ISO 6953 specifies which characteristics of compressed air pressure regulators are to be
included in literature from their suppliers. It also applies to filter-regulators.
This part of ISO 6953 applies to
— manually controlled direct operated types (with or without relieving mechanism),
— manually controlled internal pilot operating types (e.g. nozzle flapper), and
— external pilot operated types.
In addition, it specifies the product marking requirements for pressure regulators and filter-regulators.
This part of ISO 6953 is applicable to compressed air pressure regulators with a rated inlet pressure
of up to 2 500 kPa (25 bar) and an outlet adjustment pressure of up to 1 600 kPa (16 bar); and to
filter-regulators with rated inlet and outlet pressures of up to 1 600 kPa (16 bar), in which the major
contaminants are removed by mechanical means.
NOTE 1 1 bar = 0,1 MPa = 105 Pa; 1 MPa = 1 N/mm2.
The rated pressure should be selected from the preferred pressures listed in ISO 2944.
NOTE 2 The main characteristics to be included in the supplier’s literature related to electrically modulated
pneumatic continuous pressure control valves are specified in ISO 10094-1.

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ISO 6953-1:2015 applies to - manually controlled direct operated types (with or without relieving mechanism), - manually controlled internal pilot operating types (e.g. nozzle flapper), and - external pilot operated types. In addition, it specifies the product marking requirements for pressure regulators and filter-regulators. This part of ISO 6953 is applicable to compressed air pressure regulators with a rated inlet pressure of up to 2 500 kPa (25 bar) and an outlet adjustment pressure of up to 1 600 kPa (16 bar); and to filter-regulators with rated inlet and outlet pressures of up to 1 600 kPa (16 bar), in which the major contaminants are removed by mechanical means. NOTE 1 1 bar = 0,1 MPa = 105 Pa; 1 MPa = 1 N/mm2. The rated pressure should be selected from the preferred pressures listed in ISO 2944. NOTE 2 The main characteristics to be included in the supplier's literature related to electrically modulated pneumatic continuous pressure control valves are specified in ISO 10094‑1.

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ISO 6953-2:2015 specifies test procedures and a method of presenting the results concerning the parameters which define the main characteristics to be included in literature from suppliers of regulators and filter-regulators conforming to ISO 6953‑1. The purpose of this part of ISO 6953 is the following: - to facilitate the comparison of pressure regulators and filter-regulators by standardizing test methods and presentation of test data; - to assist in the proper application of pressure regulators and filter-regulators in compressed air systems. The tests specified are intended to allow comparison among the different type of regulators and filter-regulators; they are not production tests to be carried out on each pressure regulator or filter-regulator manufactured. NOTE 1 The tests related to electro-pneumatic pressure control valves are specified in ISO 10094−2. NOTE 2 Use ISO 6953‑3 for an alternative dynamic test method for flow-rate characteristics using an isothermal tank instead of a flow meter. However, this method measures only the decreasing flow rate part of the hysteresis curve of forward flow and relief flow characteristics.

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This part of ISO 5599 specifies the requirements for a mounting interface surface without electrical connector for fiveport pneumatic directional control valves, for use at a maximum rated pressure of [ 1)]. It gives
— dimensions and tolerances of the interface features,
— port identification, and
— identification of the result of control-mechanism actuation.
It is not applicable to the functional characteristics of interfaces.

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This part of ISO 5599 specifies the requirements for a mounting interface surface with optional electrical connector for five-port pneumatic directional control valves, for use at a maximum rated pressure of [ 1)]. It gives
— dimensions and tolerances of the interface features,
— port identification,
— identification of the result of control-mechanism actuation, and
— dimensions, tolerances and specifications for optional interface electrical connector mating.
It is not applicable to the functional characteristics of interfaces.

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ISO 6263:2013 specifies the dimensions and other data relating to surfaces on which hydraulic compensated flow-control valves are mounted in order to ensure interchangeability. It applies to mounting surfaces for hydraulic compensated flow-control valves which represent current practice; they are generally applicable to industrial equipment.

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ISO/TR 17209:2013 specifies the dimensions and provides other data relating to cavities with ISO 725 UN and UNF threads in which two-, three-, and four-port screw-in cartridge valves are mounted, in order to ensure dimensional interchangeability. It is applicable to two-, three-, and four-port screw-in cartridge valves generally used in industrial, agricultural, mining and mobile equipment.

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ISO 7790:2013 specifies clamping dimensions of four-port modular stack valves and four-port directional control valves, sizes 02, 03, 05, 07, 08, and 10, on mounting surfaces. The dimensions and sizes conform to ISO 4401 so as to ensure interchangeability of these valves and to reduce the number of fixing devices to be used. It applies to clamping dimensions of four-port modular stack valves and four-port directional control valves which represent current practice. They are generally applicable to industrial equipment.

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ISO 10770-2:2012 describes methods for determining the performance characteristics of electrically modulated hydraulic three-port directional flow-control valves. This type of electrohydraulic valve controls the direction and amount of hydraulic flow in a hydraulic system.

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ISO 6953-3:2012 specifies alternative test methods for testing pneumatic fluid power components that use compressible fluids, i.e. gases. This part of ISO 6953 is applicable only to the decreasing flow rate part of the hysteresis curve of forward flow and relief flow characteristics. This method can be applied when: the pressure regulation dynamics of a component under test is rapid enough to be negligible, compared to the response of pressure changes during charge and discharge tests; the pressure response does not show any overshoot or any oscillating behaviour. ISO 6953-3:2012 specifies requirements for the test installation, the test procedure and the presentation of results. Examples of test results are given, as well as various data processing methods, and visualization of data processing procedures. Illustrations of overshoot and undershoot on regulated pressure response and large variations on inlet pressure are also given. ISO 6953-3:2012 applies to the following components: compressed air pressure regulators and filter-regulators according to ISO 6953-1; electro-pneumatic pressure control valves according to ISO 10094; other components such as relief valves.

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ISO 16873:2011 specifies the mounting surfaces for pressure switches and gives guidelines for the standardized arrangement of the connections for pressure switches and for the mounting of plates and hydraulic valves.

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This International Standard establishes a metric series of single-rod pneumatic short‑stroke cylinders with bores from 20 mm to 100 mm (inclusive) for use at maximum working pressure of 1 000 kPa [10 bar 1)] with and without magnetic function. They are not equipped with adjustable cushioning, so their application is restricted to those systems where adjustable cushioning is not required.

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ISO 10041-2:2010 specifies the test procedures and a method of presenting the results concerning the parameters that define the main characteristics to be included in the supplier's literature of electro-pneumatic continuous flow control valves. ISO 10041-2:2010 is intended to facilitate the comparison of these types of valves by standardizing test methods and the presentation of test results and assist in the proper application of these valves in pneumatic systems.

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ISO 10041-1:2010 specifies the characteristics of electro-pneumatic continuous flow control valves that are to be included in the supplier's literature. ISO 10041-1:2010 is limited to the characterisation of valves that exhaust to atmosphere except for two-port valves.

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ISO 10770-1:2009 describes methods for determining the performance characteristics of electrically modulated, hydraulic, four-port directional flow-control valves. ISO 10770-1:2009 describes methods of testing electrohydraulic, four-port directional flow-control valves. This type of electrohydraulic valve controls the direction and flow in a hydraulic system.

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ISO 7789:2007 specifies the dimensions and provides other data relating to cavities in which two-, three- and four-port, screw-in cartridge valves are mounted in order to ensure interchangeability. ISO 7789:2007 is applicable to two-, three- and four-port screw-in cartridge valves generally used in industrial and mobile equipment.

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This part of ISO 5599 specifies the requirements for a mounting interface surface without electrical connector for fiveport pneumatic directional control valves, for use at a maximum rated pressure of [ 1)]. It gives
— dimensions and tolerances of the interface features,
— port identification, and
— identification of the result of control-mechanism actuation.
It is not applicable to the functional characteristics of interfaces.

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This part of ISO 5599 specifies the requirements for a mounting interface surface with optional electrical connector for five-port pneumatic directional control valves, for use at a maximum rated pressure of [ 1)]. It gives
— dimensions and tolerances of the interface features,
— port identification,
— identification of the result of control-mechanism actuation, and
— dimensions, tolerances and specifications for optional interface electrical connector mating.
It is not applicable to the functional characteristics of interfaces.

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specifies the requirements for the inspection and routine testing of control valves manufactured in conformity with the other parts of IEC 60534.is applicable to valves with pressure ratings not exceeding Class 2500. The requirements for actuators apply only to pneumatic actuators.

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ISO 16874:2004 provides identification coding for manifolds used in hydraulic systems and for component installation features (for example, mounting surfaces or cavities) of such manifolds. It specifies identification codes to be marked on manifold blocks and correlated with product and service documentation such as circuit diagrams, bills of material and assembly drawings, for the purpose of facilitating assembly, installation, use and service of systems in which the manifolds are applied. The codes define a unique identifier traceable to associated documentation for each mounting surface or cavity. The installed component may be marked or tagged with the same identifier when such marking is necessary for clarity in assembly or service.

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ISO 15407-2:2002 specifies dimensions and tolerances of the interface features, port identification, identification of the result of control-mechanism actuation, dimensions, tolerances and specifications for optional interface electrical connector mateability for a mounting interface and electrical connector for five-port pneumatic directional control valves, sizes 18 mm and 26 mm, for use at a maximum rated pressure of 1,6 MPa (16 bar).
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This part of ISO 5599 specifies the requirements for a mounting interface surface with optional electrical connector for five-port pneumatic directional control valves, for use at a maximum rated pressure of [ 1)]. It gives
— dimensions and tolerances of the interface features,
— port identification,
— identification of the result of control-mechanism actuation, and
— dimensions, tolerances and specifications for optional interface electrical connector mating.
It is not applicable to the functional characteristics of interfaces.

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ISO 17082:2004 specifies which data are to be included in the manufacturer's supplier literature that accompanies any kind of pneumatic valve. These data are vital in selecting the proper valve for a particular application.

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ISO 20401:2005 specifies the pin assignment for pneumatic directional control valves when used together with electrical connectors according to IEC 60947-5-2:2004.

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ISO 4401:2005 specifies the dimensions and other data relating to surfaces on which four-port hydraulic directional control valves are mounted in order to ensure their interchangeability. It applies to mounting surfaces for four-port hydraulic directional control valves which represent current practice. They are generally applicable to industrial equipment.

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This part of ISO 5599 specifies the requirements for a mounting interface surface with optional electrical connector for five-port pneumatic directional control valves, for use at a maximum rated pressure of [ 1)]. It gives
— dimensions and tolerances of the interface features,
— port identification,
— identification of the result of control-mechanism actuation, and
— dimensions, tolerances and specifications for optional interface electrical connector mating.
It is not applicable to the functional characteristics of interfaces.

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ISO 16874:2004 provides identification coding for manifolds used in hydraulic systems and for component installation features (for example, mounting surfaces or cavities) of such manifolds. It specifies identification codes to be marked on manifold blocks and correlated with product and service documentation such as circuit diagrams, bills of material and assembly drawings, for the purpose of facilitating assembly, installation, use and service of systems in which the manifolds are applied. The codes define a unique identifier traceable to associated documentation for each mounting surface or cavity. The installed component may be marked or tagged with the same identifier when such marking is necessary for clarity in assembly or service.

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ISO 17082:2004 specifies which data are to be included in the manufacturer's supplier literature that accompanies any kind of pneumatic valve. These data are vital in selecting the proper valve for a particular application.

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ISO 15218:2003 specifies the dimensions of 3/2 solenoid valves for four sizes of mounting interface surfaces, with three holes for flow passages, two holes for fixing screws and requirements for a sealing surface, for use at a maximum rated pressure of 1,6 MPa (16 bar).

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ISO 15407-2:2002 specifies dimensions and tolerances of the interface features, port identification, identification of the result of control-mechanism actuation, dimensions, tolerances and specifications for optional interface electrical connector mateability for a mounting interface and electrical connector for five-port pneumatic directional control valves, sizes 18 mm and 26 mm, for use at a maximum rated pressure of 1,6 MPa (16 bar). ISO 15407-2:2002 is not applicable to the functional characteristics of interfaces.

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ISO 15218:2003 specifies the dimensions of 3/2 solenoid valves for four sizes of mounting interface surfaces, with three holes for flow passages, two holes for fixing screws and requirements for a sealing surface, for use at a maximum rated pressure of 1,6 MPa (16 bar).

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This International Standard
— specifies test procedures for measuring the shifting times of electrically- or pneumatically-operated directional
control valves and moving-part logic elements,
— establishes a definition for shifting time, and
— is intended to improve the application of pneumatic fluid power by providing users and manufacturers of
pneumatic valves with a standardized test procedure for measuring the shifting time it defines.

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This part of ISO 5599 specifies the requirements for a mounting interface surface with optional electrical connector for five-port pneumatic directional control valves, for use at a maximum rated pressure of [ 1)]. It gives
— dimensions and tolerances of the interface features,
— port identification,
— identification of the result of control-mechanism actuation, and
— dimensions, tolerances and specifications for optional interface electrical connector mating.
It is not applicable to the functional characteristics of interfaces.

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This part of ISO 5599 specifies the requirements for a mounting interface surface without electrical connector for fiveport pneumatic directional control valves, for use at a maximum rated pressure of [ 1)]. It gives
— dimensions and tolerances of the interface features,
— port identification, and
— identification of the result of control-mechanism actuation.
It is not applicable to the functional characteristics of interfaces.

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This part of ISO 5599 specifies the requirements for a mounting interface surface with optional electrical connector for five-port pneumatic directional control valves, for use at a maximum rated pressure of [ 1)]. It gives
— dimensions and tolerances of the interface features,
— port identification,
— identification of the result of control-mechanism actuation, and
— dimensions, tolerances and specifications for optional interface electrical connector mating.
It is not applicable to the functional characteristics of interfaces.

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This part of ISO 5599 specifies the requirements for a mounting interface surface without electrical connector for fiveport pneumatic directional control valves, for use at a maximum rated pressure of [ 1)]. It gives
— dimensions and tolerances of the interface features,
— port identification, and
— identification of the result of control-mechanism actuation.
It is not applicable to the functional characteristics of interfaces.

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This International Standard — specifies test procedures for measuring the shifting times of electrically- or pneumatically-operated directional control valves and moving-part logic elements, — establishes a definition for shifting time, and — is intended to improve the application of pneumatic fluid power by providing users and manufacturers of pneumatic valves with a standardized test procedure for measuring the shifting time it defines.

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1.1 This International Standard includes rules for identifying and marking ports in pneumatic directional control
valves. These ports are the main flow connections, control connections and pilot supply connections.
1.2 This International Standard includes rules for identifying and marking electrical leads for solenoids. It is not
applicable to internal electrical connections across manifold sections, such as connections to bus systems.
1.3 This International Standard includes rules for identifying and marking control mechanisms of directional control
valves.
1.4 This International Standard includes rules for identifying and marking ports and/or flow path directions in filters,
regulators, lubricators, non-return (check) valves, flow control valves and other ancillary devices.
1.5 This International Standard does not include rules for identifying and marking ports on proportional pneumatic
valves, air logic valves, cylinders, air motors, semi-rotary actuators, air compressors, air dryers or other devices not
specifically described in this International Standard.

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