UNE-EN 1332-3:2008 (Ratified) Identification card systems. Human-machine interface. Part 3: Keyboards (English)

Exact name (in spanish): UNE-EN 1332-3:2008 (Ratificada) Sistemas de tarjetas de identificación. Interfaz hombre-máquina. Parte 3: Teclados (Inglés)

Current update: November 4, 2014 (Equivalence with the international standard: CEN/TR 16427:2013) (Will be canceled by: PNE-prEN 1332-3) (Cancelled: UNE-EN 1332-3:1999)

Approval date: September 1, 2008

Effective: Yes

Entity that promotes it: European Committee for Standardization (CEN)

Issue: Technology


This European standard covers the ergonomic design and usability of keyboards. The keyboard can be with numerical, command, functional or alphanumeric keys. The standard specifies the arrangement, number and location of numeric, functional and command keys, including the placement of alphabetic characters on numeric keys. Design recommendations are also included. The standard applies to all card identification systems equipped with a numeric keypad for public use.

Geographic scope of application: Europe

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