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Jharkhand Legal Metrology (Enforcement) Rules 2011

Indian Institute of Legal Metrology Rules, 2011: This is a central government regulatory framework to prescribe the administration and control procedure of the Indian Institute of Legal Metrology, Kanke, Ranchi, Jharkhand. An instrument shall include such provisions as may be required by the Director to attach the predefined components and controls to which access or adaptation of the metrological characteristics of the instrument is likely. (e) Stamping provisions – The dimensions shall have a copper rivet at each end (see Figure 20) firmly fixed in a hole embedded on both sides for the hallmark of the regulatory metrology agent. An arrowhead shall be placed at each end of the measurement to indicate the points for length control. (ii) Legally relevant parameter. – Parameters of an instrument or measuring module subject to legal control. The following types of legally relevant parameters can be distinguished: type-specific parameters and device-specific parameters. Legal Metrology Rules (National Standards), 2011: This is a central government regulatory framework that prescribes (i) specifications of basic units of measurement and basic unit of mass, (ii) various standards, and (iii) periods for revision of standards. Assam Legal Metrology Implementing Rules, 2011: The State Government prescribes (i) the costs of inspection and stamping of weights and measures, (ii) the costs of grouping offences, (iii) the form, manner, conditions, period, jurisdiction and fees for granting a licence under the Act, (iv) the records and records to be kept by the manufacturer, the workshop or distributor of weights and measures. Legal Metrology (Packaged Products) Rules, 2011: This is a rule established by the central government under the Legal Metrology Act 2009 to prescribe standard quantities or numbers and the manner in which prepackaged goods must bear declarations and other details. Legal Metrology (Model Approval) Rules, 2011: This is a central government regulatory framework that prescribes the type, fee, and authority for the approval of models of weights, measures, and scales and measuring instruments. Legal Metrology (Numeration) Rules, 2011: This is a central government regulatory framework to prescribe a numbering and numbering writing procedure.

Legal Metrology (General) Rules, 2011: This is a central government regulatory framework that prescribes (i) specifications of weights and measures, review period, audit methods/procedures for examination, etc., (ii) qualification of legal metrology officers, (iii) manner of disposal of seized goods, (iv) form and method of notification for the appointment of directors by companies. (b) If the corrective device is not activated during each filling operation, the minimum capacity tests shall be designed to include the effect of one or more regular actuations of the correction device, e.g. the purchase of at least three fillings immediately before and after activation of the device. (c) A suitable device shall be provided for lifting weights in kilograms and grams covered with buff leather or other suitable material. In addition, tweezers should be provided with which weights of milligrams can be easily lifted. (i) General. – Component interfaces, software devices and preset controls that are not intended to be adjusted or removed by the user must be equipped with a safety device or included. Once closed, it must be possible to seal the case.

The deviation in the indication of the test load shall not exceed half of the absolute value of the MPE for the factor influence tests referred to in paragraph 2(4) for the test load applied in one of the tests carried out. (ii) The loading hole shall be closed either with a screw-on brass stopper or with a brass disc. The screw-on brass cap should have a screwdriver slot and the brass disc should have a central hole for easy lifting. On the first measurement, immediately repeat the zeros and load four times to get the average value of the error. For subsequent measurements, only one shall be made, unless the result is outside the specified tolerance or if the range of five readings of the original measurement was greater than 1/10 of the maximum permissible deviation. (c) Graduations – Graduation marks shall be affixed to each centimetre or centimetre for the first ten centimetres and then to every five centimetres thereafter. The graduations by ten centimeters are numbered. Markings in centimetric areas extend over half the width and markings in separation surfaces five centimetres over the entire width of the dimensions. For a dimension of 0.5 m, a cross must be placed at 25 cm and at 25.50 and 75 cm at a dimension of 1 m (see Figure 20). The gradations can only be on one side of the measure. f.

Customer service number with name, address, telephone number of the person/entity who can be contacted in case of consumer complaints. (i) If the tray is shaped like a bucket, the counting device shall comply with the required MPEs when half of the full load is placed towards the centre of the back of the bucket and the other half anywhere on the bucket. (iv) Tape measures may be trampled on one or both sides. If the tape is put on one side, the manufacturer`s name, brand, advertisement or similar information may be printed on the non-graduated side of the tape measure. (v) Interface. – Apparatus may be equipped with communication interfaces as defined in point (7) of paragraph 2 of Part I which allow the equipment to be coupled with external equipment and user interfaces (Section 2(8)) of Part I which allow the exchange of information between a human user and the device. If an interface is used, the instrument must continue to function properly and its metrological functions (including all metrological parameters and software) must not be affected.