List of Safety Symbols (corresponding to IEC60950-1 A2)

The following table lists the meaning of the safety symbols labeled on the equipment.

No. Symbol Approved Standards Description
1
IEC60417

No.5007

"ON" (power)

To indicate connection to the mains.

2
IEC60417

No.5008

"OFF" (power)

To indicate disconnection from the mains.

3
IEC60417

No.5009

Stand-by

To identify the switch or switch position by means of which part of the equipment is switched on in order to bring it into the stand-by condition.

4
ISO7000

No.0434B

IEC3864-B3.1

Caution

To identify general caution when using the product.

5
IEC60417

No.5041

Caution, hot surface

To indicate that the marked item can be hot and should not be touched without taking care.

6
IEC60417

No.6042

ISO3864-B3.6

Caution, risk of electric shock

To identify equipment that has risk of electric shock.

7
IEC60417

No.5957

For indoor use only

To identify electrical equipment designed primarily for indoor use.

8
IEC60417

No.5926

Polarity of DC power connector

To identify the positive and negative connections (the polarity) on a piece of equipment to which a DC power supply may be connected.

9
IEC60417

No.5001B

Battery, general

On battery powered equipment. To identify a device for instance a cover for the battery compartment, or the connector terminals.

10
IEC60417

No.5002

Positioning of cell

To identify the battery holder itself and to identify the positioning of the cell(s) inside the battery holder.

11
IEC60417

No.5019

Protective earth

To identify any terminal which is intended for connection to an external conductor for protection against electric shock in case of a fault, or the terminal of a protective earth electrode.

12
IEC60417

No.5017

Earth

To identify an earth (ground) terminal in cases where neither the symbol No.13 is explicitly required.

13
IEC60417

No.5032

Alternating current

To indicate on the rating plate that the equipment is suitable for alternating current only; to identify relevant terminals.

14
IEC60417

No.5031

Direct current

To indicate on the rating plate that the equipment is suitable for direct current only; to identify relevant terminals.

15
IEC60417

No.5172

Class II equipment

To identify equipment meeting the safety requirements specified for Class II equipment according to IEC 61140.

16
ISO 3864 General prohibition

To identify actions or operations that are prohibited.

17
ISO 3864 Contact prohibition

To indicate injury that could occur due to touching a specific part of the equipment.

18
Never look into the optical lens while the projector is on.
19
To indicate that the marked item don’t place anything on projector.
20
ISO3864

IEC60825-1

Caution, laser radiation

To indicate the equipment has a laser radiation part.

21
ISO 3864 Disassembly prohibition

To indicate a risk of injury, such as electric shock, if the equipment is disassembled.

22
IEC60417

No. 5266

Standby, partial standby

To indicate that part of the equipment is in the ready status.

23
ISO3864

IEC60417

No. 5057

Caution, movable parts

To indicate that you must keep away from movable parts according to protection standards.

24
IEC60417-6056 Caution (Moving Fan Blades)

To indicate that you must keep away from moving fan blades.

25
IEC60417-6043 Caution (Sharp Corners)

To indicate that you must not touch sharp corners.

26
To indicate that looking into the lens while projecting is prohibited.
27 ISO7010

No. W027

ISO3864

Warning, light emission (UV, visible light, IR, etc.)

When you are close to the light emissions, be careful not to injure your eyes or skin.

28 IEC60417

No. 5109

Usage prohibition in residential areas

To indicate that this is an electrical device or a device that is not suitable for use in residential areas.

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