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ICD 111 1113 (MICROSOFT WORD)
... to go to the electrical room and reset the breaker(s). The Castell Key Safety System
- this system, intended for critical procedures, consists of a number of ... http://ftp.gemini.edu/gemini_IFA/unsupported/1113A19.DOC
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sistema de seguridad de llaves múltiples/ llaves de seguridad / seguro
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The Castell Key Safety System - this system, intended for critical procedures, consists of a number of physical keys. For instance, in order to remove the top end one wants the horizon altitude locking pins in. So there will be a key which is required to remove the top end but is only available when the correct locking pins are in.
To gain access to the mixer the electrical motor is switched off via its isolator. The Castell key 'A' will remain trapped whilst the motor remains in motion, only being released when the motor has coasted to a stop. This ensures that whatever the run down period, access will not be achieved until the motor has stopped rotating. To release the key a push button on the 'BEMF' is depressed. Removal of the key also breaks the contacts on a rotary switch, which ensures that the motor cannot be restarted whilst the key is out. Key 'A' is then transferred to the access lock 'Al' on the lid of the mixer. With the key inserted the lid is opened.