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ISO 7176-6:2018 pdf free.Wheelchairs – Determination of maximum speed of electrically powered wheelchairs
This document specifies test methods for determining the maximum speed of electrically powered wheelchairs, including scooters, intended to carry one person with a maximum nominal speed not exceeding 15 km/h (4,167 m/s) on a level surface.
The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.
ISO 7176-11, Wheelchairs一Part 11: Test dummies !
ISO 7176-13, Wheelchairs一Part 13: Determination of cofficient offriction of test surfaces
ISO 7176-15, Wheelchairs一Part 15: Requirements for information disclosure, documentation and lbelling
ISO 7176-22, Wheelchairs一Part 22: Set-up procedures
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Instrumentation, that may need to be added to the test dummy, in which case its mass shall not exceed 5 % of the total dummy mass.
Horizontal test plane, made up of a rigid, flat, horizontal surface of sufficient size to conduct the tests and with a coefficient of friction that meets the requirements of ISO 7176-13.
NOTE The floor of a typical large building used for manufacturing or indoor leisure with, for example, a concrete, asphalt or wooden floor is acceptable.
Test dummy, as specified in ISO 7176-11, or a human test occupant according to ISO 7176-22.
Mass added to the wheelchair for the purposes of control or instrumentation should not significantly affect the overall mass distribution of the wheelchair. The overall mass of the loaded wheelchair shall be adjusted to compensate for any such added mass.
Supplementary weight, shall be added to a human test driver to give the mass distribution equivalent to the relevant dummy.
Prepare the test wheelchair as follows before commencing the sequence of tests.
a) Set up the wheelchair as specified in IS0 7176-22.
b) Set any controls which are accessible to the user without special tools and which influence the maximum speed to provide a maximum value.
NOTE These controls include programmable controls, touch pads, computer interfaces, etc.
c) If a dummy is used, a remote controller may be used to operate the wheelchair controls. This may be done by a telemetry system, by an operator running alongside or by other similar means.ISO 7176-6 pdf download.


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