This document provides terms and definitions for agricultural field equipment designed primarily for use in agricultural operations for the production of food and fibre. This document also applies to agricultural tractors used in forestry applications. Purpose-built forestry machines, as defined by ISOÂ 6814, are not included.

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This document specifies the access to vehicle on-board diagnostics (OBD) by describing minimum hardware and software requirements including requirements for reprogramming, calibration and configuration after repair works. In addition, it provides hardware and software specifications for diagnostic tools. This document does not apply to retrofit kits as these kits are not an integrated part of the vehicle.

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This document specifies criteria for construction, establishes performance test methods and defines acceptance criteria for telescopic mechanical screw- and nut-type drawbar jacks and hydraulic drawbar jacks intended to be fitted on the implement tongue of interchangeable towed machinery [here after referred to as "implement(s)"] as original equipment or as replacement jacks. In addition, it specifies minimum markings and information for use to be provided by the jack manufacturer. These jacks are used specifically for — supporting the hitch points of implements during storage; — lifting and lowering of implement tongues to facilitate attaching to or disconnecting from an agricultural tractor; and — levelling an implement for stationary use.

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This document specifies safety requirements, test procedures, and establishes minimum acceptance criteria for the application of telescopic mechanical screw- and nut-type drawbar jacks and hydraulic drawbar jacks intended to be fitted on the implement tongue of interchangeable towed machinery and hereafter referred to as "implement(s)" as original equipment or jacks fitted with a jack attachment mount. This document applies to implement mounted jacks or jacks fitted with a jack attachment mount. These jacks are used specifically for supporting the hitch points of implements during storage, lifting and lowering of implement tongues to facilitate attaching to or disconnecting from an agricultural tractor and levelling of machinery for stationary use. The drawbars are those which are designed to couple with the mechanical connections of towing vehicles.

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This document specifies the standardized access to repair and maintenance information (RMI) systems to provide repair and maintenance information for vehicles used in agriculture and forestry. It provides — general information and basic principles, — use case definitions (functional requirements), and — technical requirements as guidelines for manufacturers intending to establish such an information system. Annex A includes procedures to ensure the conformance of such information systems with the requirements specified by this document.

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This document applies to wheeled and track-laying self-propelled agricultural and forestry vehicles. It specifies the definitions, construction and performance requirements and the means for verification of braking systems on vehicles with a maximum design speed not exceeding 60 km/h.
Following items are excluded from the scope of this standard:
•   Coupling force control
•   Endurance braking systems
•   Anti-Lock Braking Systems and EBS
•   Vacuum braking systems
•   Safety related parts of complex electronic control systems
•   Trailer Braking control systems

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This document applies to wheeled and/or track-laying self-propelled agricultural and forestry vehicles when used on public roads. It specifies the definitions, construction and performance requirements and the means for verification of braking systems on vehicles with a maximum design speed not exceeding 60 km/h.
Following items are excluded from the scope of this document:
-   coupling force control;
-   endurance braking systems;
-   Anti-Lock Braking Systems and EBS;
-   vacuum braking systems;
-   safety related parts of complex electronic control systems;
-   trailer braking control systems.
NOTE   For assisted trailer braking the EU Regulation 2015/68 can be used but before including these requirements into this document, an additional review of 2015/68 is needed.

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This document specifies methods of operation and requirements related to manual (for example, hand-, finger-, foot-operated) controls as well as controls associated with virtual terminals intended for a seated operator. It applies to controls installed on agricultural tractors and self-propelled agricultural machinery. It also gives recommendations for the control actuating forces and torques, direction of motion and location of these manual controls. This document also specifies the minimum information relevant to manual controls to be provided in the operator's manual, for use as intended by the manufacturer.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements and their verification for the design and construction of power take-off (PTO) drive shafts and their guards linking self-propelled machinery (or tractor) to the first fixed bearing of recipient machinery, by describing methods for the elimination or reduction of risks which need specific requirements. This standard concerns only the PTO drive shafts and those guards which are mechanically linked to the PTO drive shaft by at least two bearings.
In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices to be provided by the manufacturer.
This standard does not deal with:
- the guards totally covering, but not mechanically linked to the PTO drive shaft. As these devices are not at present widely established on the market, they should be dealt with in a future revision of this standard;
- the mechanical characteristics of PTO drive shafts, overrun devices and torque limiters;
- general hazards.

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This document specifies safety requirements and their verification for the design and construction of power take-off (PTO) drive shafts and their guards linking a tractor or self-propelled machinery to the first fixed bearing of recipient machinery. It describes methods for the elimination or reduction of risks which need specific requirements including such risks arising from misuse, reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer. It is applicable only to those PTO drive shafts and guards mechanically linked to the shaft by at least two bearings.
In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices to be provided by the manufacturer.
This document does not deal with:
-   the guards totally covering, but not mechanically linked to, the PTO drive shaft;
-   the mechanical characteristics of PTO drive shafts, overrun devices and torque limiters;
-   general hazards which are dealt with in EN ISO 4254-1:2015 (see introduction).
Environmental aspects have not been considered in this document.
This document is not applicable to PTO drive shafts and their guards which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.

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This document specifies the concept phase of the development of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It can also be applied to mobile municipal equipment (such as street-sweeping machines). This document is not applicable to: — aircraft and air-cushion vehicles used in agriculture; — lawn and garden equipment. This document specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety-related functions. It does not identify performance levels for specific applications. NOTE 1 Machine specific type-C standards can specify performance levels (AgPL) for safety-related functions in machines within their scope. Otherwise, the specification of AgPL is the responsibility of the manufacturer. This document is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It covers the possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy, and similar hazards., unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems. It also covers malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems involved in protection measures, safeguards, or safety-related functions in response to non-E/E/PES hazards. Examples included within the scope of this document: — SRP/CS's limiting current flow in electric hybrids to prevent insulation failure/shock hazards; — electromagnetic interference with the SRP/CS; — SRP/CS's designed to prevent fire. Examples not included within the scope of this document: — insulation failure due to friction that leads to electric shock hazards; — nominal electromagnetic radiation impacting nearby machine control systems; — corrosion causing electric cables to overheat. This document is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (such as hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic). NOTE 2 See also ISO 12100 for design principles related to the safety of machinery. This document is not applicable to safety-related parts of control systems manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This document describes the management of source addresses (SAs) for control functions (CFs) of electronic control units (ECUs), the association of addresses with the functional identification of a device and the detection and reporting of network-related errors. It also specifies procedures for initialization of network-connected ECUs.

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ISO 11783 specifies a serial data network for control and communications on forestry or agricultural tractors and mounted, semi-mounted, towed or self-propelled implements. Its purpose is to standardize the method and format of transfer of data between sensors, actuators, control elements, and information-storage and -display units, whether mounted on, or part of, the tractor or implement. ISO 11783 also provides an open interconnect system for on-board electronic systems used by agriculture and forestry equipment. It is intended to enable electronic control units (ECUs) to communicate with each other, providing a standardized system. This document defines and describes the network's 250 kbit/s, twisted, non-shielded, quad-cable physical layer and an alternative cable and architecture named twisted pair physical layer (TPPL) based on a 250 kbit/s, un-shielded, twisted pair cable network layer which is fully backward compatible to twisted quad based machines and devices. NOTE Where not differently specified, requirements are valid for both twisted quad and TPPL.

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ISO 11783, as a whole, specifies a serial data network for control and communications on forestry or agricultural tractors and mounted, semi-mounted, towed, or self-propelled implements. Its purpose is to standardize the method and format of transfer of data between sensors, actuators, control elements and information storage, and display units, whether mounted on, or part of, the tractor or implement. This document describes the network's diagnostic system. NOTE The name and contact information of the Maintenance Agency for this document can be found at http://www.iso.org/mara.

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This part of ISO 25119 sets out general principles for the design and development of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It may also be applied to municipal equipment (e.g. street sweeping machines).
This part of ISO 25119 is not applicable to:
•   aircraft and air-cushion vehicles used in agriculture,
•   lawn and garden equipment.
This part of ISO 25119 specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety-related functions.
This part of ISO 25119 is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It does not specify which safety-related functions or performance levels are to be used for particular machines.  It covers the possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems.It also covers malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems involved in protection measures, safeguards, or safety-related functions in response to non-E/E/PES hazards.
Examples included in scope:
•   SRP/CS’s limiting current flow in electric hybrids to prevent insulation failure/shock hazards,
•   electromagnetic interference with the SRP/CS,
•   SRP/CS’s designed to prevent fire.
Examples not included in scope:
•   insulation failure due to friction that leads to electric shock hazards,
•   nominal electromagnetic radiation impacting nearby machine control systems,
•   corrosion causing electric cables to overheat.
Machine specific standards (type-C standards) can identify performance levels and/or categories or they should be determined by the manufacturer of the machine based on risk assessment.
It is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic).
NOTE   See also EN ISO 12100 for design principles related to the safety of machinery.

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This part of ISO xxx is applicable to tractors, self-propelled ride-on machines, and mounted / semi-mounted or trailed machines used in agriculture that do not require an onboard operator for primary machine control.
The standard will specify general requirements that relate to the protection and safety of the machine operator, by-standers, and service personnel.
This standard will define requirements that can apply to machine functional safety and the components of highly automated agricultural tractors and machines.
Standards like ISO 10975, ISO 12100 are to be considered.
Excluded:
• New safety symbols required would be directed to TC23/SC14 for consideration.
• ISOBUS technologies are covered by TC23/SC19.
• Wireless communication technologies

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This part of ISO 25119 provides general principles for the production, operation, modification and supporting processes of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry, and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It can also be applied to municipal equipment (e.g. street sweeping machines).
This part of ISO 25119 is not applicable to:
   aircraft and air-cushion vehicles used in agriculture,
   lawn and garden equipment.
This part of ISO 25119 specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety-related functions.
This part of ISO 25119 is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It does not specify which safety-related functions or performance levels are to be used for particular machines.  It covers the possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems.It also covers malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems involved in protection measures, safeguards, or safety-related functions in response to non-E/E/PES hazards.
Examples included in scope:
   SRP/CS’s limiting current flow in electric hybrids to prevent insulation failure/shock hazards,
   electromagnetic interference with the SRP/CS, and
SRP/CS’s designed to prevent fire.
Examples not included in scope:
   insulation failure due to friction that leads to electric shock hazards,
   nominal electromagnetic radiation impacting nearby machine control systems, and
   corrosion causing electric cables to overheat.
Machine specific standards (type-C standards) can identify performance levels and/or categories or they should be determined by the manufacturer of the machine based on risk assessment.
It is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic).
NOTE   See also EN ISO 12100 for design principles related to the safety of machinery.

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This part of ISO 25119 provides general principles for the series development, hardware and software of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It may also be applied to municipal equipment (e.g. street sweeping machines).
This part of ISO 25119 is not applicable to:
   aircraft and air-cushion vehicles used in agriculture,
   lawn and garden equipment.
This part of ISO 25119 specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety-related functions.
This part of ISO 25119 is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It does not specify which safety-related functions or performance levels are to be used for particular machines.  It covers the possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems.It also covers malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems involved in protection measures, safeguards, or safety-related functions in response to non-E/E/PES hazards.
Examples included in scope:
   SRP/CS’s limiting current flow in electric hybrids to prevent insulation failure/shock hazards,
   electromagnetic interference with the SRP/CS, and
    SRP/CS’s designed to prevent fire.
Examples not included in scope:
   insulation failure due to friction that leads to electric shock hazards,
   nominal electromagnetic radiation impacting nearby machine control systems, and
   corrosion causing electric cables to overheat.
Machine specific standards (type-C standards) can identify performance levels and/or categories or they should be determined by the manufacturer of the machine based on risk assessment.
It is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic).
NOTE   See also EN ISO 12100 for design principles related to the safety of machinery.

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This document specifies principles for the design of highly automated aspects of highly automated machines and vehicles (e.g. agricultural tractors, tractor implement systems, implements and self-propelled machinery) during agricultural field operations. In addition, it provides guidance on the type of information on safe working practices (including information about residual risks) to be provided by the manufacturer.
The purpose of this document is to assist in the provision of safety requirements, means of verification and information for use to ensure an appropriate level of safety for agricultural and forestry tractors and self-propelled machines with functions allowing highly automated operations (see 3.7).
This document deals with all the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events (as listed in Annex A), relevant to agricultural and forestry tractors and self-propelled machines allowing highly automated field operations when used as intended and under the conditions of misuse foreseeable by the manufacturer during normal operation and service.
NOTE 1 While this document gives principles for the design, verification, validation and provision of information for use of a highly automated agricultural machine (HAAM), the detailed specification of requirements for a specific application will be dependent on the machine and its operating conditions. Therefore, the principles for design given in this document need to be extended for specific HAAM by the use of relevant specific (type-C) standards, when available, or by the manufacturer of the machine using risk assessment. Such additional specification of requirements, for design, verification, validation or information for use are outside the scope of this document.
NOTE 2 Safety requirements for specific machines not related to their highly automated operations can be available in machine-specific type-C standards.
This document is not applicable to:
— forestry applications;
— mobile, semi-mobile or stationary machinery used for farm yard or barn operations;
— operations on public roads including relevant requirements for braking and steering systems.
NOTE 3 With respect to implements (e.g. their specific design, functions) and the communication between tractors and implements, additional risks can be relevant and can require additional measures. Such additional measures are outside the scope of this document and are the responsibility of the manufacturer.
This document is not applicable to agricultural and forestry tractors, tractor implement systems, implements and self-propelled machines which are manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This document specifies the main dimensions of endless hexagonal belts intended for use on agricultural machinery (and, in particular, harvester-thresher machines), together with the groove section of the corresponding fixed-diameter pulleys.

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This document specifies principles for the design of highly automated aspects of highly automated machines and vehicles (e.g. agricultural tractors, tractor implement systems, implements and self-propelled machinery) during agricultural field operations. In addition, it provides guidance on the type of information on safe working practices (including information about residual risks) to be provided by the manufacturer. The purpose of this document is to assist in the provision of safety requirements, means of verification and information for use to ensure an appropriate level of safety for agricultural and forestry tractors and self-propelled machines with functions allowing highly automated operations (see 3.7). This document deals with all the significant hazards, hazardous situations and events (as listed in Annex A), relevant to agricultural and forestry tractors and self-propelled machines allowing highly automated field operations when used as intended and under the conditions of misuse foreseeable by the manufacturer during normal operation and service. NOTE 1 While this document gives principles for the design, verification, validation and provision of information for use of a highly automated agricultural machine (HAAM), the detailed specification of requirements for a specific application will be dependent on the machine and its operating conditions. Therefore, the principles for design given in this document need to be extended for specific HAAM by the use of relevant specific (type-C) standards, when available, or by the manufacturer of the machine using risk assessment. Such additional specification of requirements, for design, verification, validation or information for use are outside the scope of this document. NOTE 2 Safety requirements for specific machines not related to their highly automated operations can be available in machine-specific type-C standards. This document is not applicable to: — forestry applications; — mobile, semi-mobile or stationary machinery used for farm yard or barn operations; — operations on public roads including relevant requirements for braking and steering systems. NOTE 3 With respect to implements (e.g. their specific design, functions) and the communication between tractors and implements, additional risks can be relevant and can require additional measures. Such additional measures are outside the scope of this document and are the responsibility of the manufacturer. This document is not applicable to agricultural and forestry tractors, tractor implement systems, implements and self-propelled machines which are manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This document specifies the application, the network layer protocols and the mapping to the controller area network (CAN) data link layer protocol as specified in ISO 11898-1. The application layer specifies protocol data units (PDU), which can be mapped to Classical CAN data frames using the Classical Extended Frame Format (CEFF). For PDUs exceeding the length of the CEFF-formatted data frames, this document specifies transport layer protocols and the mapping to CEFF-formatted data frames.

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This document sets out general principles for the design and development of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It can also be applied to mobile municipal equipment (e.g. street-sweeping machines). This document is not applicable to: — aircraft and air-cushion vehicles used in agriculture; — lawn and garden equipment. This document specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety-related functions. It does not identify performance levels for specific applications. NOTE 1 Machine specific type-C standards can specify performance levels (AgPL) for safety-related functions in machines within their scope. Otherwise, the specification of AgPL is the responsibility of the manufacturer. This document is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It covers the possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy, and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems. It also covers malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems involved in protective measures, safeguards, or safety-related functions in response to non-E/E/PES hazards. Examples included within the scope of this document: — SRP/CS limiting current flow in electric hybrids to prevent insulation failure/shock hazards; — electromagnetic interference with the SRP/CS; — SRP/CS designed to prevent fire. Examples not included in the scope of this document: — insulation failure due to friction that leads to electric shock hazards; — nominal electromagnetic radiation impacting nearby machine control systems; — corrosion causing electric cables to overheat. This document is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic). NOTE 2 See also ISO 12100 for design principles related to the safety of machinery. This document is not applicable to safety related parts of control systems manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This document sets out general principles for the design and development of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It can also be applied to mobile municipal equipment (e.g. street-sweeping machines). This document is not applicable to: — aircraft and air-cushion vehicles used in agriculture; — lawn and garden equipment. This document specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety-related functions. It does not identify performance levels for specific applications. NOTE 1 Machine specific type-C standards can specify performance levels (AgPL) for safety-related functions in machines within their scope. Otherwise, the specification of AgPL is the responsibility of the manufacturer. This document is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It covers the possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy, and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems. It also covers malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems involved in protective measures, safeguards, or safety-related functions in response to non-E/E/PES hazards. Examples included within the scope of this document: — SRP/CS limiting current flow in electric hybrids to prevent insulation failure/shock hazards; — electromagnetic interference with the SRP/CS; — SRP/CS designed to prevent fire. Examples not included in the scope of this document: — insulation failure due to friction that leads to electric shock hazards; — nominal electromagnetic radiation impacting nearby machine control systems; — corrosion causing electric cables to overheat. This document is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic). NOTE 2 See also ISO 12100 for design principles related to the safety of machinery. This document is not applicable to safety related parts of control systems manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This document sets out general principles for the design and development of safety-related parts of control systems (SRP/CS) on tractors used in agriculture and forestry and on self-propelled ride-on machines and mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used in agriculture. It can also be applied to mobile municipal equipment (e.g. street-sweeping machines). This document is not applicable to: — aircraft and air-cushion vehicles used in agriculture; — lawn and garden equipment. This document specifies the characteristics and categories required of SRP/CS for carrying out their safety-related functions. It does not identify performance levels for specific applications. NOTE 1 Machine specific type-C standards can specify performance levels (AgPL) for safety-related functions in machines within their scope. Otherwise, the specification of AgPL is the responsibility of the manufacturer. This document is applicable to the safety-related parts of electrical/electronic/programmable electronic systems (E/E/PES), as these relate to mechatronic systems. It covers the possible hazards caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems, including interaction of these systems. It does not address hazards related to electric shock, fire, smoke, heat, radiation, toxicity, flammability, reactivity, corrosion, release of energy, and similar hazards, unless directly caused by malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems. It also covers malfunctioning behaviour of E/E/PES safety-related systems involved in protective measures, safeguards, or safety-related functions in response to non-E/E/PES hazards. Examples included within the scope of this document: — SRP/CS's limiting current flow in electric hybrids to prevent insulation failure/shock hazards; — electromagnetic interference with the SRP/CS; — SRP/CS's designed to prevent fire. Examples not included in the scope of this document: — insulation failure due to friction that leads to electric shock hazards; — nominal electromagnetic radiation impacting nearby machine control systems; — corrosion causing electric cables to overheat. This document is not applicable to non-E/E/PES systems (e.g. hydraulic, mechanic or pneumatic). NOTE 2 See also ISO 12100 for design principles related to the safety of machinery. This document is not applicable to safety related parts of control systems manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This Technical Report gives guidance for the quantification of alteration of biodegradable thermoplastic mulch
films for use in agriculture and horticulture.
It may be used for biodegradable thermoplastic mulch films in conformance with prEN 17033.

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ISO 11783 as a whole specifies a serial data network for control and communications on forestry or agricultural tractors, mounted, semi-mounted, towed or self propelled implements. Its purpose is to standardize the method and format of transfer of data between sensor, actuators, control elements, information storage and display units whether mounted or part of the tractor, or any implements. This document describes a universal virtual terminal that can be used by both tractors and implements.

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ISO 11783-1:2017 as a whole specifies a serial data network for control and communications on forestry or agricultural tractors and mounted, semi-mounted, towed or self-propelled implements. Its purpose is to standardize the method and format of transfer of data between sensors, actuators, control elements, and information-storage and -display units, whether mounted on, or part of, the tractor or implement. It is intended to provide open system interconnect (OSI) for electronic systems used by agricultural and forestry equipment. This part of ISO 11783 gives a general overview of ISO 11783. For ISO 11783 application developers, the content of this electronic database provides the current listing of the ISO 11783‑1 address assignments, identity assignments, and parameter definitions which have been assigned and which are officially registered by SAE J1939. This information is found in the online database on the ISOBUS website (http://www.isobus.net/). NOTE The secretariat of the maintenance agency (MA) is provided by VDMA (German Engineering Federation) on behalf of DIN.

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This standard specifies the requirements to be fulfilled by manufacturers of tractors, interchangeable towed equipment and trailers used in agriculture and forestry in order to comply with the obligation to provide non-discriminatory access for independent operators to Repair and Maintenance Information (RMI) and to provide information on On-Board Diagnostic (OBD) systems.
This standard specifies all organisational and technical requirements and means of verification to comply with the EU Regulation 167/2013 and its Delegated Acts with the objectives to allow the fair competition between manufacturers and between operators and to improve the competitiveness and future viability of companies with special regard to Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SME).
This standard is applicable to agricultural and forestry vehicles approved (respectively to be approved) in accordance with the EU Regulation 167/2013.
This standard is not applicable to small series vehicles.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements to be fulfilled by manufacturers of tractors, interchangeable towed equipment and trailers used in agriculture and forestry in order to comply with the obligation to provide non-discriminatory access for independent operators to Repair and Maintenance Information (RMI) and to provide information on On-Board Diagnostic (OBD) systems.
This standard specifies all organisational and technical requirements and means of verification to comply with the EU Regulation 167/2013 and its Delegated Acts with the objectives to allow the fair competition between manufacturers and between operators and to improve the competitiveness and future viability of companies with special regard to Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SME).
This European Standard is applicable to agricultural and forestry vehicles approved (respectively to be approved) in accordance with the EU Regulation 167/2013.
This European Standard is not applicable to small series vehicles.

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This document specifies requirements for three types of flexible rubber hose for pressure spraying of
agricultural chemicals and/or fertilizer products within a temperature range of –10 °C to +60 °C.

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ISO 3767-1:2016 standardizes symbols for use on operator controls and other displays applicable to multiple types of agricultural tractors and machinery, forestry machinery, and powered lawn and garden equipment.

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ISO 3767-2:2016 standardizes symbols for use on operator controls and other displays on agricultural tractors and machinery.

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ISO 4254-14:2016 intended to be used together with ISO 4254‑1, specifies the safety requirements and their verification for the design and construction of mounted, semi-mounted, trailed, and stationary bale wrapper for bales of agricultural harvesting products including wrappers which are combined or integrated with pick-up balers.
It describes methods for the elimination or reduction of hazards arising from the intended use and reasonably foreseeable misuse of these machines by one person (the operator) in the course of normal operation and service.
In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices to be provided by the manufacturer.
NOTE 1 Requirements for self-propelled bale wrappers may be added during the next revision of this part of ISO 4254.
NOTE 2 Examples of these machines are given in Annex A.
NOTE 3 Requirements for pick-up balers are specified in ISO 4254‑11.
When requirements of this part of ISO 4254 are different from those which are stated in ISO 4254‑1, the requirements of this part of ISO 4254 take precedence over the requirements of ISO 4254‑1 for machines that have been designed and built according to the requirements of this part of ISO 4254.
This part of ISO 4254, taken together with ISO 4254‑1, deals with all the significant hazards (as listed in Table 1), hazardous situations, and events relevant to mounted, semi-mounted, and trailed bale wrappers including wrappers which are combined with pick-up balers when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse that are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4).
ISO 4254-14:2016 is not applicable to the following:
- non-mobile fixed bale wrappers;
- tube/inline wrappers;
- wrapping process that concerns only the circumferential part of the bale and that occurs in the bale chamber;
- the integrity of safety related parts of control systems with regard to the specification of performance levels;
- environmental hazards (except noise), road safety, and hazards related to moving parts for power transmission;
- hazards related to maintenance or repairs carried out by professional service personnel.
NOTE 4 Specific requirements related to road traffic regulations are not taken into account in this part of ISO 4254.
ISO 4254-14:2016 is not applicable to machines manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This International Standard specifies a method for the measuring and reporting of the noise at the
operator(s) position of a tractor used in agriculture and forestry. The measured noise relates only to the
basic machine and applies to tractors with machine-carried operators. The results provide information
to the operator(s) in order to avoid exposing themselves to noise levels that could put their hearing at
risk.
The conditions specified for the operation of the machines during the measurements are defined to
provide a realistic and repeatable assessment of the maximum noise an operator should be subjected
to when operating a machine. The test procedures specified in this International Standard are survey
methods as defined in ISO 12001.

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This part of ISO 11001 specifies the essential dimensions for the attachment of three-point hitch
implements to agricultural wheeled and track-laying tractors equipped with a three-point free link
hitch according to ISO 730 or ISO 8759-1 and a U-frame hitch coupler.
NOTE In general the dimensions associated with the tractor and implement for use with hitch couplers are
the same as those for the three-point linkage specified in ISO 730 or ISO 8759-1, and those for the clearance zone
specified in ISO 2332.
The three-point hitch coupler systems constitute a special method of implement mounting. The hitch
couplers are an additional component located between the three-point linkage and the implement,
making it possible to hitch and unhitch from the operator’s seat. Due to the special construction and
function of hitch couplers, it can be necessary to vary the length of the upper and lower links indicated
in the referenced standards.
This part of ISO 11001 applies to categories 1, 2N, 2, 3N, 3, 4N, and 4 of agricultural wheeled and tracklaying
tractors as defined in ISO 730 or ISO 8759-1.

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This International Standard specifies the content and gives guidance on the format of operator’s manuals
for tractors, machinery for agriculture and forestry, and powered lawn and garden equipment. It is
intended to assist manufacturers of the machinery in the drafting and presentation of these manuals.
Manuals intended for use by a service technician are not within the scope of this International Standard.

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ISO 18564:2016 specifies all the information necessary for carrying out efficiently and under standardised conditions the noise emission values of self-propelled forestry machinery. It is applicable to fellers, bunchers, delimbers, forwarders, log loaders, skidders, processors, harvesters, mulchers and multi-function versions of these machine types, as defined in ISO 6814. Noise emission characteristics include A-weighted emission sound pressure values at the operator's station and the A-weighted sound power value. The determination of these quantities is necessary for the following: - manufacturers to declare the noise emitted; - comparing the noise emitted by machines in the family concerned; - purposes of noise control at the source at the design stage. NOTE For low-noise design, noise emission values in frequency bands are useful and the basic International Standards ISO 3744 and ISO 11201 can be used for determining noise emission quantities in frequency bands.

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ISO 4254-14:2016 intended to be used together with ISO 4254‑1, specifies the safety requirements and their verification for the design and construction of mounted, semi-mounted, trailed, and stationary bale wrapper for bales of agricultural harvesting products including wrappers which are combined or integrated with pick-up balers. It describes methods for the elimination or reduction of hazards arising from the intended use and reasonably foreseeable misuse of these machines by one person (the operator) in the course of normal operation and service. In addition, it specifies the type of information on safe working practices to be provided by the manufacturer. NOTE 1 Requirements for self-propelled bale wrappers may be added during the next revision of this part of ISO 4254. NOTE 2 Examples of these machines are given in Annex A. NOTE 3 Requirements for pick-up balers are specified in ISO 4254‑11. When requirements of this part of ISO 4254 are different from those which are stated in ISO 4254‑1, the requirements of this part of ISO 4254 take precedence over the requirements of ISO 4254‑1 for machines that have been designed and built according to the requirements of this part of ISO 4254. This part of ISO 4254, taken together with ISO 4254‑1, deals with all the significant hazards (as listed in Table 1), hazardous situations, and events relevant to mounted, semi-mounted, and trailed bale wrappers including wrappers which are combined with pick-up balers when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse that are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Clause 4). ISO 4254-14:2016 is not applicable to the following: - non-mobile fixed bale wrappers; - tube/inline wrappers; - wrapping process that concerns only the circumferential part of the bale and that occurs in the bale chamber; - the integrity of safety related parts of control systems with regard to the specification of performance levels; - environmental hazards (except noise), road safety, and hazards related to moving parts for power transmission; - hazards related to maintenance or repairs carried out by professional service personnel. NOTE 4 Specific requirements related to road traffic regulations are not taken into account in this part of ISO 4254. ISO 4254-14:2016 is not applicable to machines manufactured before the date of its publication.

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ISO 11001-1:2016 specifies the essential dimensions for the attachment of three-point hitch implements to agricultural wheeled and track-laying tractors equipped with a three-point free link hitch according to ISO 730 or ISO 8759‑1 and a U-frame hitch coupler. NOTE In general the dimensions associated with the tractor and implement for use with hitch couplers are the same as those for the three-point linkage specified in ISO 730 or ISO 8759‑1, and those for the clearance zone specified in ISO 2332. The three-point hitch coupler systems constitute a special method of implement mounting. The hitch couplers are an additional component located between the three-point linkage and the implement, making it possible to hitch and unhitch from the operator's seat. Due to the special construction and function of hitch couplers, it can be necessary to vary the length of the upper and lower links indicated in the referenced standards. ISO 11001-1:2016 applies to categories 1, 2N, 2, 3N, 3, 4N, and 4 of agricultural wheeled and track-laying tractors as defined in ISO 730 or ISO 8759‑1.

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This standard specifies terms, definitions and principles to allow the consideration of all production and product (machinery) related aspects of sustainability with respect to all machines covered by the scope of TC 144. The objective is to provide a common and consistent approach for all TC 144 areas and guidance for the development of product specific standards.

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ISO 17989-1:2015 provides guidelines to assist designers and manufacturers of tractors and machinery for agriculture and forestry to integrate sustainability principles, practices and considerations into their organizations and processes. This part of ISO 17989 is specifically applicable to equipment used in the production of food, fibres, fuel and lumber for humans and livestock.
NOTE This part of ISO 17989 includes three different levels for the application: principles, recommendations and additional information (annexes).
ISO 17989-1:2015 is addressed to the organization management and provides guidance for considering sustainability aspects relevant for the organization and the product life cycle. It defines the factory gate as the system boundary (Figure 1).
ISO 17989-1:2015 is not applicable to contractual or regulatory purposes or to registration and certification.
Except when they are closely related to sustainability, this part of ISO 17989 does not address issues of occupational health and safety or operator safety aspects of a machine's design. Designers can find guidance on these issues in other International Standards.

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ISO 17989-1:2015 provides guidelines to assist designers and manufacturers of tractors and machinery for agriculture and forestry to integrate sustainability principles, practices and considerations into their organizations and processes. This part of ISO 17989 is specifically applicable to equipment used in the production of food, fibres, fuel and lumber for humans and livestock. NOTE This part of ISO 17989 includes three different levels for the application: principles, recommendations and additional information (annexes). ISO 17989-1:2015 is addressed to the organization management and provides guidance for considering sustainability aspects relevant for the organization and the product life cycle. It defines the factory gate as the system boundary (Figure 1). ISO 17989-1:2015 is not applicable to contractual or regulatory purposes or to registration and certification. Except when they are closely related to sustainability, this part of ISO 17989 does not address issues of occupational health and safety or operator safety aspects of a machine's design. Designers can find guidance on these issues in other International Standards.

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This part of ISO 4254 specifies the safety requirements and the means of their verification for the design
and construction of self-propelled ride-on machines, mounted, semi-mounted and trailed machines used
in agriculture in order to deal with the hazards which are typical for most of the machines. In addition,
it specifies the type of information on safe working practices including information about residual risks
to be provided by the manufacturer.
This document deals with significant hazards, hazardous situations and events, as listed in Annex A,
relevant to this agricultural machinery when used as intended and under the conditions of misuse
foreseeable by the manufacturer during normal operation and service.
This part of ISO 4254 is not applicable to
— agricultural or forestry tractors,
— aircraft and air-cushion vehicles used in agriculture,
— lawn and garden equipment,
— machine-specific components or functions (e.g. working tools and/or processes).
This part of ISO 4254 is not applicable to hazards related to periodic service, machine conversion and
repairs intended to be carried out by professional service personnel, environmental hazards, road safety
(e.g. steering, braking), or to the power take-off (PTO) drive shaft; neither is it applicable to guards of
moving parts for power transmission except for strength requirements for guards and barriers.
This part of ISO 4254 is not applicable to machines which are manufactured before the date of its publication.
Not all of the hazards dealt with by this part of ISO 4254 are necessarily present on a particular machine.
A risk assessment should be carried out by the manufacturer to determine the hazards that are applicable
and any hazards in addition to those dealt with by this part or a relevant machine-specific part. The
requirements of a machine-specific part of ISO 4254 take precedence over the requirements of this part.

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