ISO 9241 Ergonomics of human
The international standard ISO 9241 addresses ergonomics of human-system interaction. It consists of a series of standards, the first of which was published in 1992. The current version is ISO 9241-11:2018.
ISO 9241-302:2008 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 302: Terminology for electronic visual displays
This part of ISO 9241 establishes a terminology for electronic visual displays (EVDs) used in office work, with the aim of promoting common understanding among display manufacturers, ergonomists and users.
It does not deal with the technical aspects of EVDs, nor does it provide guidance on selection or set-up.
The terms defined in this part of ISO 9241 are arranged in alphabetical order.
ISO 9241-303:2011 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 303: Requirements for electronic visual displays
ISO 9241-303:2011 establishes requirements for electronic visual displays used in office work. The aim of this standard is to ensure that displays are designed to be ergonomic, so that they are comfortable and safe to use.
The standard covers a wide range of aspects, including display size, resolution, brightness, and contrast. It also covers the way in which information is displayed on the screen, and how users can interact with it.
ISO 9241-303:2011 is an important standard for anyone who designs or uses electronic visual displays. By ensuring that displays are ergonomic, this standard can help to reduce the risk of strain injuries and other health problems.
ISO 9241-305:2008 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 305: Optical laboratory test methods for electronic visual displays
This standard defines a set of laboratory test methods for measuring the optical performance of electronic visual displays. The methods are applicable to all types of electronic visual displays, including flat panel displays, projection displays, and CRT-based displays.
The purpose of these test methods is to provide a common set of metrics by which the optical performance of electronic visual displays can be compared. The test methods are designed to be used in conjunction with other measures of display performance, such as those defined in ISO 9241-307.
The test methods defined in this standard are:
– Luminance measurement
– Contrast ratio measurement
– Visual acuity measurement
– Colour reproduction measurement
ISO 9241-307:2008 Ergonomics of human-system interaction — Part 307: Analysis and compliance test methods for electronic visual displays
There are a variety of different ergonomic test methods that can be used to assess the compliance of electronic visual displays with ISO 9241-307.
Some of the most common test methods include:
- Luminance uniformity
- Contrast ratio
- Viewing angle
- Response time
- refresh rate
Each of these test methods measures a different aspect of the display, and they can all be used to help determine whether or not a display is suitable for use in an ergonomic environment.
If you’re not sure which test method to use, you can always consult with an ergonomics expert. They will be able to help you choose the best test method for your needs and ensure that you get accurate results.
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