DW887 | DeWalt DW887 DIE GRINDER Type 4 instruction manual

DW887
English (original instructions)
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DIE GRINDER
DW887
Congratulations!
You have chosen a DEWALT tool. Years of
experience, thorough product development and
innovation make DEWALT one of the most reliable
partners for professional power tool users.
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Technical Data
Voltage
Frequency
Power output
No load speed
Wheel diameter
Spindle
Collet size
Weight
VAC
Hz
W
min-1
mm
mm
kg
DW887
220~240
50/60
400
25,000
38
M14
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1.7
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury,
read the instruction manual.
General Power Tool Safety Warnings
WARNING! Read all safety warnings
and all instructions. Failure to follow
the warnings and instructions may
result in electric shock, fire and/or
serious injury.
SAVE ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
The term “power tool” in the warnings refers to your
mains-operated (corded) power tool or batteryoperated (cordless) power tool.
1) WORK AREA SAFETY
a) Keep work area clean and well lit.
Cluttered or dark areas invite accidents.
b) Do not operate power tools in explosive
atmospheres, such as in the presence of
flammable liquids, gases or dust. Power
tools create sparks which may ignite the dust
or fumes.
c) Keep children and bystanders away while
operating a power tool. Distractions can
cause you to lose control.
2) ELECTRICAL SAFETY
a) Power tool plugs must match the outlet.
Never modify the plug in any way. Do
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c)
d)
e)
f)
not use any adapter plugs with earthed
(grounded) power tools. Unmodified plugs
and matching outlets will reduce risk of
electric shock.
Avoid body contact with earthed or
grounded surfaces such as pipes,
radiators, ranges and refrigerators. There
is an increased risk of electric shock if your
body is earthed or grounded.
Do not expose power tools to rain or wet
conditions. Water entering a power tool will
increase the risk of electric shock.
Do not abuse the cord. Never use the
cord for carrying, pulling or unplugging
the power tool. Keep cord away from
heat, oil, sharp edges or moving parts.
Damaged or entangled cords increase the
risk of electric shock.
When operating a power tool outdoors,
use an extension cord suitable for outdoor
use. Use of a cord suitable for outdoor use
reduces the risk of electric shock.
If operating a power tool in a damp
location is unavoidable, use a residual
current device (RCD) protected supply.
Use of an RCD reduces the risk of electric
shock.
3) PERSONAL SAFETY
a) Stay alert, watch what you are doing and
use common sense when operating a
power tool. Do not use a power tool while
you are tired or under the influence of
drugs, alcohol or medication. A moment of
inattention while operating power tools may
result in serious personal injury.
b) Use personal protective equipment.
Always wear eye protection. Protective
equipment such as dust mask, non-skid
safety shoes, hard hat, or hearing protection
used for appropriate conditions will reduce
personal injuries.
c) Prevent unintentional starting. Ensure
the switch is in the off position before
connecting to power source and/or
battery pack, picking up or carrying the
tool. Carrying power tools with your finger
on the switch or energising power tools that
have the switch on invites accidents.
d) Remove any adjusting key or wrench
before turning the power tool on. A
wrench or a key left attached to a rotating
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e)
f)
g)
part of the power tool may result in personal
injury.
Do not overreach. Keep proper
footing and balance at all times. This
enables better control of the power tool in
unexpected situations.
Dress properly. Do not wear loose
clothing or jewellery. Keep your hair,
clothing and gloves away from moving
parts. Loose clothes, jewellery or long hair
can be caught in moving parts.
If devices are provided for the connection
of dust extraction and collection facilities,
ensure these are connected and properly
used. Use of dust collection can reduce
dust-related hazards.
4) POWER TOOL USE AND CARE
a) Do not force the power tool. Use the
correct power tool for your application.
The correct power tool will do the job
better and safer at the rate for which it
was designed.
b) Do not use the power tool if the switch
does not turn it on and off. Any power
tool that cannot be controlled with the switch
is dangerous and must be repaired.
c) Disconnect the plug from the power
source and/or the battery pack from
the power tool before making any
adjustments, changing accessories, or
storing power tools. Such preventive safety
measures reduce the risk of starting the
power tool accidentally.
d) Store idle power tools out of the reach
of children and do not allow persons
unfamiliar with the power tool or these
instructions to operate the power tool.
Power tools are dangerous in the hands of
untrained users.
e) Maintain power tools. Check for
misalignment or binding of moving parts,
breakage of parts and any other condition
that may affect the power tool’s operation.
If damaged, have the power tool repaired
before use. Many accidents are caused by
poorly maintained power tools.
f) Keep cutting tools sharp and clean.
Properly maintained cutting tools with sharp
cutting edges are less likely to bind and are
easier to control.
g) Use the power tool, accessories and
tool bits etc., in accordance with these
instructions taking into account the
working conditions and the work to
be performed. Use of the power tool for
operations different from those intended
could result in a hazardous situation.
5) SERVICE
a) Have your power tool serviced by a
qualified repair person using only identical
replacement parts. This will ensure that the
safety of the power tool is maintained.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR ALL OPERATIONS
Safety Warnings Common for Grinding, Sanding,
Wire Brushing, Polishing or Abrasive, Cutting-Off
Operations
a) This power tool is intended to function
as a grinder, sander, wire brush,
polisher or cut-off tool. Read all safety
warnings, instructions, illustrations and
specifications provided with this power
tool. Failure to follow all instructions listed
below may result in electric shock, fire and/or
serious injury.
b) Operations such as sanding, polishing and
wire brushing are not recommended to be
performed with this power tool. Operations
for which the power tool was not designed
may create a hazard and cause personal
injury.
c) Do not use accessories which are not
specifically designed and recommended
by the tool manufacturer. Just because the
accessory can be attached to your power
tool, it does not assure safe operation.
d) The rated speed of the accessory must
be at least equal to the maximum speed
marked on the power tool. Accessories
running faster than their rated speed can
break and fly apart.
e) The outside diameter and the thickness
of your accessory must be within the
capacity rating of your power tool.
Incorrectly sized accessories cannot be
adequately guarded or controlled.
f) The arbor size of wheels, flanges,
backing pads or any other accessory
must properly fit the spindle of the power
tool. Accessories with arbor holes that do
not match the mounting hardware of the
power tool will run out of balance, vibrate
excessively and may cause loss of control.
g) Do not use a damaged accessory.
Before each use inspect the accessory
such as abrasive wheel for chips and
cracks, backing pad for cracks, tear or
excess wear, wire brush for loose or
cracked wires. If power tool or accessory
is dropped, inspect for damage or
install an undamaged accessory. After
inspecting and installing an accessory,
position yourself and bystanders away
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from the plane of the rotating accessory
and run the power tool at maximum
no-load speed for one minute. Damaged
accessories will normally break apart during
this test time.
h) Wear personal protective equipment.
Depending on application, use face
shield, safety goggles or safety glasses.
As appropriate, wear dust mask, hearing
protectors, gloves and workshop apron
capable of stopping small abrasive or
workpiece fragments. The eye protection
must be capable of stopping flying debris
generated by various operations. The
dust mask or respirator must be capable
of filtrating particles generated by your
operation. Prolonged exposure to high
intensity noise may cause hearing loss.
i) Keep bystanders a safe distance away
from work area. Anyone entering the
work area must wear personal protective
equipment. Fragments of workpiece or of a
broken accessory may fly away and cause
injury beyond immediate area of operation.
j) Hold power tool by insulated gripping
surfaces only, when performing an
operation where the cutting accessory
may contact hidden wiring or its own
cord. Cutting accessory contacting a “live”
wire may make exposed metal parts of the
power tool “live” and shock the operator.
k) Position the cord clear of the spinning
accessory. If you lose control, the cord may
be cut or snagged and your hand or arm
may be pulled into the spinning accessory.
l) Never lay the power tool down until the
accessory has come to a complete stop.
The spinning accessory may grab the surface
and pull the power tool out of your control.
m) Do not run the power tool while carrying
it at your side. Accidental contact with the
spinning accessory could snag your clothing,
pulling the accessory into your body.
n) Regularly clean the power tool’s air vents.
The motor’s fan will draw the dust inside
the housing and excessive accumulation
of powdered metal may cause electrical
hazards.
o) Do not operate the power tool near
flammable materials. Sparks could ignite
these materials.
p) Do not use accessories that require
liquid coolants. Using water or other liquid
coolants may result in electrocution or shock.
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Causes and Operator Prevention of Kickback
Kickback is a sudden reaction to a pinched
or snagged rotating wheel, backing pad,
brush or any other accessory. Pinching
or snagging causes rapid stalling of the
rotating accessory which in turn causes the
uncontrolled power tool to be forced in the
direction opposite of the accessory’s rotation
at the point of the binding.
For example, if an abrasive wheel is snagged
or pinched by the workpiece, the edge of the
wheel that is entering into the pinch point can
dig into the surface of the material causing
the wheel to climb out or kick out. The wheel
may either jump toward or away from the
operator, depending on direction of the
wheel’s movement at the point of pinching.
Abrasive wheels may also break under these
conditions.
Kickback is the result of tool misuse and/or
incorrect operating procedures or conditions
and can be avoided by taking proper
precautions as given below:
a) Maintain a firm grip on the power tool
and position your body and arm to allow
you to resist kickback forces. Always use
auxiliary handle, if provided, for maximum
control over kickback or torque reaction
during start up. The operator can control
torque reaction or kickback forces, if proper
precautions are taken.
b) Never place your hand near the rotating
accessory. Accessory may kickback over
your hand.
c) Do not position your body in the area
where power tool will move if kickback
occurs. Kickback will propel the tool in
direction opposite to the wheel’s movement
at the point of snagging.
d) Use special care when working corners,
sharp edges etc. Avoid bouncing and
snagging the accessory. Corners, sharp
edges or bouncing have a tendency to snag
the rotating accessory and cause loss of
control or kickback.
e) Do not attach a saw chain woodcarving
blade or toothed saw blade. Such blades
create frequent kickback and loss of control.
Safety Warnings Specific for Grinding and Abrasive
Cutting-Off Operations Operations
a) Use only wheel types that are
recommended for your power tool and
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b)
c)
d)
the specific guard designed for the
selected wheel. Wheels for which the power
tool was not designed cannot be adequately
guarded and are unsafe.
Wheels must be used only for
recommended applications. For example:
do not grind with the side of cut-off
wheel. Abrasive cut-off wheels are intended
for peripheral grinding, side forces applied to
these wheels may cause them to shatter.
Always use undamaged wheel flanges
that are of correct size and shape for
your selected wheel. Proper wheel flanges
support the wheel thus reducing the
possibility of wheel breakage. Flanges for
cut-off wheels may be different from grinding
wheel flanges.
Do not use worn down wheels from larger
power tools. Wheel intended for larger
power tool is not suitable for the higher
speed of a smaller tool and may burst.
Additional Safety Warnings Specific for Abrasive
Cutting-Off Operations
a) Do not “jam” the cut-off wheel or apply
excessive pressure. Do not attempt
to make an excessive depth of cut.
Overstressing the wheel increases the loading
and susceptibility to twisting or binding of
the wheel in the cut and the possibility of
kickback or wheel breakage.
b) Do not position your body in line with and
behind the rotating wheel. When the wheel,
at the point of operation, is moving away
from your body, the possible kickback may
propel the spinning wheel and the power tool
directly at you.
c) When wheel is binding or when
interrupting a cut for any reason, switch
off the power tool and hold the power
tool motionless until the wheel comes to a
complete stop. Never attempt to remove
the cut-off wheel from the cut while the
wheel is in motion otherwise kickback
may occur. Investigate and take corrective
action to eliminate the cause of wheel
binding.
d) Do not restart the cutting operation in the
workpiece. Let the wheel reach full speed
and carefully reenter the cut. The wheel
may bind, walk up or kickback if the power
tool is restarted in the workpiece.
e) Support panels or any oversized
workpiece to minimize the risk of wheel
pinching and kickback. Large workpieces
tend to sag under their own weight. Supports
must be placed under the workpiece near
f)
the line of cut and near the edge of the
workpiece on both sides of the wheel.
Use extra caution when making a “pocket
cut” into existing walls or other blind
areas. The protruding wheel may cut gas or
water pipes, electrical wiring or objects that
can cause kickback.
Safety Warnings Specific for Polishing Operations
a) Do not allow any loose portion of the
polishing bonnet or its attachment strings
to spin freely. Tuck away or trim any loose
attachment strings. Loose and spinning
attachment strings can entangle your fingers
or snag on the workpiece.
Safety Warnings Specific for Wire Brushing
Operations
a) Be aware that wire bristles are thrown by
the brush even during ordinary operation.
Do not overstress the wires by applying
excessive load to the brush. The wire
bristles can easily penetrate light clothing
and/or skin.
Additional Safety Information
t Do not use Type 11 (flaring cup) wheels
on this tool. Using inappropriate accessories
can result in injury.
t Air vents often cover moving parts and
should be avoided. Loose clothes, jewelry
or long hair can be caught in moving parts.
t Avoid prolonged contact with dust from
power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling,
and other construction activities. Wear
protective clothing and wash exposed
areas with soap and water. Allowing dust
to get into your mouth, eyes, or lay on the
skin may promote absorption of harmful
chemicals.
WARNING: When not in use, place grinder
on a stable surface where it will not move
inadvertantly, roll or cause a tripping or
falling hazard. Serious personal injury may
result.
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of personal
injury, use extra care when working into a
corner or edge because a sudden, sharp
movement of the tool may be experienced
when the wheel or other accessory contacts
a secondary surface or a surface edge.
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following symbols. The symbols and their
definitions are as follows:
V ..................volts
A ..................amperes
Hz ................hertz
W .................watts
min ..............minutes
...............alternating current
...........direct current
...............alternating or direct current
................Class I Construction
no ................no load speed
....................(grounded)
................earthing terminal
................Class II Construction
.................safety alert symbol
....................(double insulated)
BPM ............beats per minute
…/min .........per minute
RPM ............revolutions per minute
IPM ..............impacts per minute
sfpm ............surface feet per minute
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE USE
Motor
Be sure your power supply agrees with the nameplate
marking. Voltage decrease of more than 10% will
cause loss of power and overheating. All DEWALT
tools are factory tested; if this tool does not operate,
check the power supply.
COMPONENTS (Figure 1)
WARNING: Never modify the power tool or
any part of it. Damage or personal injury
could result.
A. Paddle switch
B. Lock-on button
C. Lock-off lever
INTENDED USE
The DW887 heavy-duty die grinders have been
designed for professional grinding. DO NOT use under
wet conditions or in presence of flammable liquids or
gases.
These heavy-duty die grinders are professional power
tools. DO NOT let children come into contact with
the tool. Supervision is required when inexperienced
operators use this tool.
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Switches
WARNING: Before connecting the tool to a
power source depress and release the switch
once without depressing the lock-on button
to ensure that the switch is off. Depress
and release the switch as described above
after any interruption in power supply to
the tool, such as the activation of a ground
fault interrupter, throwing of a circuit breaker,
accidental unplugging, or power failure. If
the switch is locked on, the tool will start
unexpectedly when it is reconnected.
WARNING: Grasp tool firmly with both hands
to maintain control of the tool at start up and
during use and until the wheel or accessory
stops rotating. Make sure the wheel has
come to a complete stop before laying the
tool down.
WARNING: To reduce unexpected tool
movement, do not switch the tool on or off
while under load conditions. Allow the grinder
to run up to full speed before touching the
work surface. Lift the tool from the surface
before turning the tool off.
PADDLE SWITCH – DW887 (Figure 1)
The lock-off lever (C), located on the paddle switch,
is a safety feature that prevents accidental activation
of the grinder.
To turn the tool on, push the lock-off lever (C) toward
the back of the tool, then depress the paddle switch
(A). The tool will run while the switch is depressed. Turn
the tool off by releasing the paddle switch.
WARNING: Do not disable the lock-off lever.
If the lock-off lever is disabled, the tool may
start unexpectedly when it is laid down.
Lock-on Button – DW887
The lock-on button offers increased comfort in
extended use applications. To lock the tool on, push
the lock-off lever (C) then depress the paddle switch.
With the tool running, depress the lock-on button (B).
The tool will continue to run after the paddle switch is
released.
To unlock the tool, depress and release the paddle
switch. This will cause the tool to stop.
WARNING: Allow the tool to reach full speed
before touching tool to the work surface. Lift
the tool from the work surface before turning
the tool off.
OPERATION
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious
personal injury, turn tool off and
disconnect tool from power source before
making any adjustments or removing/
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installing attachments or accessories.
Before reconnecting the tool, depress and
release the switch to ensure that the tool
is off.
Install Grinding Wheels
1. Remove mounting nut by turning it
counterclockwise (when facing outer side of
accesssory). The spindle can be held stationary
by holding a wrench on the flats provided on the
exposed portion of the spindle.
2. Only tighten nut sufficiently to drive the wheel
without slippage.
3. When starting the tool (with a new or replacement
wheel installed) hold the tool in a well protected
area. If the wheel has an undetected crack or
flaw, it should burst in less than one minute.
Never start tool with a person in line with the
wheel. This includes the operator.
WARNING: Grasp tool firmly with both hands
to maintain control of the tool at start up and
during use and until the wheel or accessory
stops rotating. Make sure the wheel has
come to a complete stop before laying the
tool down.
Put the work in a vise or clamp it securely. Use a
face mask over the nose and mouth if the operation
raises dust. Treat the wheel with respect. do not jam
the wheel into the work or use unnecessary pressure.
Grind only on the face of the wheel (Fig. 3), unless
you have a special wheel specifically make to permit
grinding on the side of the wheel.
Precautions To Take When Sanding Paint
1. Sanding of lead based paint is NOT
RECOMMENDED due to the difficulty of
controlling the contaminated dust. The greatest
danger of lead poisoning is to children and
pregnant women.
2. Since it is difficult to identify whether or not a
paint contains lead without a chemical analysis,
we recommend the following precautions when
sanding any paint:
PERSONAL SAFETY
1. No children or pregnant women should enter
the work area where the paint sanding is being
done until all clean up is completed.
2. A dust mask or respirator should be worn by all
persons entering the work area. The filter should
be replaced daily or whenever the wearer has
difficulty breathing.
NOTE: Only those dust masks suitable for
working with lead paint dust and fumes should
be used. Ordinary painting masks do not offer
this protection. See your local hardware dealer
for the proper N.I.O.S.H. approved mask.
3. NO EATING, DRINKING or SMOKING should
be done in the work area to prevent ingesting
contaminated paint particles. Workers should
wash and clean up BEFORE eating, drinking
or smoking. Articles of food, drink, or smoking
should not be left in the work area where dust
would settle on them.
ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY
1. Paint should be removed in such a manner as to
minimize the amount of dust generated.
2. Areas where paint removal is occurring should be
sealed with plastic sheeting of 4 mils thickness.
3. Sanding should be done in a manner to reduce
tracking of paint dust outside the work area.
CLEANING AND DISPOSAL
1. All surfaces in the work area should be vacuumed
and thoroughly cleaned daily for the duration of
the sanding project. Vacuum filter bags should
be changed frequently.
2. Plastic drop cloths should be gathered up and
disposed of along with any dust chips or other
removal debris. They should be placed in sealed
refuse receptacles and disposed of through
regular trash pick-up procedures.
During clean up, children and pregnant women
should be kept away from the immediate work
area.
3. All toys, washable furniture and utensils used by
children should be washed thoroughly before
being used again.
MAINTENANCE
WARNING: To reduce the risk of serious
personal injury, turn tool off and
disconnect tool from power source before
making any adjustments or removing/
installing attachments or accessories.
Before reconnecting the tool, depress and
release the switch to ensure that the tool
is off.
Cleaning
WARNING: Blowing dust and grit out of
motor and switch actuator using clean,
dry compressed air is a necessary regular
maintenance procedure. Dust and grit
containing metal particles often accumulate
on interior surfaces and could create an
electrical shock or electrocution if not
frequently cleaned out. It is recommended
that a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI)
is utilized to further protect the user from
electric shock resulting from the accumulation
of conductive particles. If the tool is
deactivated by the GFCI, unplug the tool and
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check and clean the tool before resetting the
GFCI. ALWAYS WEAR SAFETY GLASSES
(ANSI Z87.1) when cleaning or using this tool.
WARNING: Never use solvents or other harsh
chemicals for cleaning the non-metallic parts
of the tool. These chemicals m ay weaken
the plastic materials used in these parts.
Use a cloth dampened only with water and
mild soap. Never let any liquid get inside the
tool; never immerse any part of the tool into
a liquid.
Lubrication
Your power tool requires no additional lubrication.
Motor Brushes
DW887
Please contact your local service center to inspect
brushes.
Accessories
WARNING: Since accessories, other
than those offered by DeWalt, have not
been tested with this product, use of
such accessories with this tool could be
hazardous. To reduce the risk of injury, only
DeWalt, recommended accessories should
be used with this product.
Recommended accessories for use with your tool
are available at extra cost from your local dealer or
authorized service center. If you need assistance
in locating any accessory, please contact DeWalt
Industrial Tool Co., nearest to you or visit our website
www.dewalt.com.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury, always
use proper guards when grinding and wear
eye protection.
ACCESSORY FOR DIE GRINDERS
Mounted Stones and Points
Repairs
To assure product SAFETY and RELIABILITY, repairs,
maintenance and adjustments (including brush
inspection and replacement) should be performed by
a DeWalt factory service center, a DeWalt authorized
service center or other qualified service personnel.
Always use identical replacement parts.
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f)
ထ᎜࢟ഗᓤᒙDŽRCDDžۣઐࡼ࢟ᏎăRCD ֭൘Ⴐ
૵ඕh
၊϶‫܅׶א‬खࣦ۩
ࣦ۩!஺༿ᏞࣗჅᎌ‫ڔ‬ཝவসᎧᒎฉăೊ໋
ࡰചਜ԰‫຺֭א‬ཊh
3Džཽ࿽‫ڔ‬ཝ
a)
ሆဧ፿࢟ࣅ৔௥ăҨቜ‫܅׶א‬ख൐ሇၱ৷Ҋࠪᇗ
ࠍᄡ‫ތ‬/ࠏကᇟഌ‫ݥ‬h
ࣦ۩ᇗ֭“‫܅׶א‬ख”ᆋ၊ඔნᆿ֭൦୥֭Ⴖ‫א‬ჿҨቜĩփ
‫א‬པ֭Īࠏ‫א‬ԅಂ‫֭׶‬ĩ໵‫א‬པ֭Ī‫܅׶א‬खh
फ़େ߾֥ᇉကᇟ֭ಮമഌ‫ݥ‬h
b)
ᅿg٥߉υಎཿgυಎાg๘৷Д߁ഩЩh
c)
b)
ணᒏᏴጵ۬ણஹᒦ‫ݷ‬ᔫ࢟ࣅ৔௥Ljྙᎌጵ཮ጘᄏĂ
໮ᄏ૞ॏ޺ࡼણஹă‫܅׶א‬खӉ഻֭ࠍ߅߾‫׌‬ಟ
ऴᒏፀᅪ໪ࣅăᏴೌ୻࢟Ꮞ૞࢟ߔᔝᒄ༄ጲૺ෽
໦૞ቑࡒ৔௥ᒄ༄༿ཀྵۣఎਈࠀ᎖ਈ‫ܕ‬ᆡᒙăྂ
փ‫܅׶א‬ख൐Ϥ൵ᆿ٪ᄥिܹഐࠏԑ‫א‬൐िܹԱ
Ⴧսि໒ᇊ߾ᄷӶಮമ຺ཊh
ۣߒ৔ᔫ‫༹࢐ޝ‬ஈਜ਼ීೡLjᄞઁࠏႄψׁ֭٢ೀ
ၦႌ‫ه‬ൡ‫ܫ‬h
ဧ፿ৈཽऴઐᓤ۸ăဪᒫ๽ࡑઐ෹஻ă൩֚֭๐
ࡹ༷൘Ⴐ٥߁ሕЩࢄࡰചಮമഌ‫ݥ‬ĭೊ٥ӫ९
1Dž৔ᔫ‫࢐ޝ‬
a)
ۣߒவ௻Lj‫ݷ‬ᔫ࢟ࣅ৔௥ဟᓖፀ‫ݷ‬ᔫLjۣߒ༹
ታă༤ᇖᏴນ௱૞ᒤ೦ဟ૞Ᏼጇᇕ૞ௌறࡼ፬ሰ
େቖ࿞ᆋོࣦ۩‫ތ‬ᆿ଺ĭࢄफ़େ֥ᇉ԰‫א‬ĭ
Дܽ‫ނ‬෶Ⴝࣦ۩‫ތ‬ᆿ଺ၣє࣊޲ҝ॑
ྙਫ‫ܘ‬ኍࡻᏴޭဘࡼ࢐ऱ‫ݷ‬ᔫ࢟ࣅ৔௥Lj༿ဧ፿
d)
ࡌఎ৔௥༄‫ގ‬ሆჅᎌࢯᑳ୆૞‫ۄ‬၄ă৽ࢬᄥ‫׶א‬
‫܅‬ख࿐ሏ਴ࡹഐ֭ϵ൵ࠏ‫נ‬ᆤࡷफ़େ֥ᇉಮമഌ
‫ݥ‬h
‫ڀ‬ӫࠏ࿽༄h
c)
‫ݷ‬ᔑ࢟ࣅ৔௥ဟணᒏएᄷਜ਼๬਋ᑗణதă‫ی‬ನफ़େ
߾֥ᇉ୥ҨቜҊ֚h
9
࡭เᇗ໛
e)
ணᒏ၄࿼ࡻვ‫ޠ‬Ljဟరᓖፀ୭ሆਜ਼࿽ᄏຳੰăᆋ
ဪᄥၱປ౮ঋ༷େ‫ׁނۿ‬७ᇍ‫܅׶א‬खh
f)
ࠃᓹࡻࡩă‫ݷ‬ᔫ࢟ࣅ৔௥ဟ༤ଓࠃ౑႕ࡼጠॲ૞
๽ࡑ၅ြăཱུิࡼᄿखĂጠॲਜ਼၄ᄁᏐಭᏥࣅࡼ
ഃୈăংෆ֭ၑ‫ڣ‬g൶൭ࠏӑ‫ه‬फ़େ߾त೎ᄖ‫׶‬
෶ႽҨቜυಎᆿ଺
ዐෟ, ࡌෟ, নႋၮ, ๯਒૞ෟ೯Lj༤ীᔫጓ‫ޟ‬፿‫ڔ‬
ཝவস
a)
਴ࡹᇗh
g)
৙ࡼჅᎌ‫ڔ‬ཝவসLjᒎฉLjᅄာૺਖपă ೊ‫໋ݜ‬
ྙਫᎌᄋ৙ೌ୻๝቞ૹ޺࿸۸ࡼᓤᒙLj༿ཀྵۣᑚ
େቖ࿞෶ਡԣ֭ᆿ଺ĭࢄफ़େ֥ᇉ‫ࠔא‬ĭࠍᄡ‫ތ‬/
ቋᓤᒙೌ୻ᅲੑLjဧ፿ᑵ‫ޟ‬ă ࠪӫफ़ࡰചი‫ڀ‬ӫ
Ⴝ຺ܹ֭‫ݥ‬h
‫ࣅ࢟۾‬৔௥Ꮎ໐፿ᔫዐෟ૦Lj࿀ൔ૦LjনႋၮLj
๯਒૦૞༤ী૦৔௥ă஺༿ᏞࣗႲ‫ࣅ࢟۾‬৔௥ᄋ
ࠏကᇟಮമഌ‫ݥ‬h
b)
୐ፇᇖ୓‫ࣅ࢟۾‬৔௥፿᎖ስዐෟLj๯਒ጲૺনႋ
ၮᑚಢࡼᔫጓăೊ‫ࢄݜ‬Я‫܅׶א‬खႰჇഩࡁପ֭
ቜ၄फ़େӉ഻຺ཊ‫ތ‬ႌగಮമഌ‫ݥ‬h
4Dž࢟ࣅ৔௥ࡼဧ፿ਜ਼ᓖፀሲ
a)
ணᒏ༓ᒜဧ፿࢟ࣅ৔௥ăো௣፿ᅆLjဧ፿ᑵཀྵࡼ
c)
ഐĭ෹ѱҊେಚДυಎቜ၄h
େ‫ۿނۿ‬υಎׁຣӶ‫܅‬ቜh
b)
ணᒏဧ፿ఎਈ‫ݙ‬ถࡌఎਜ਼ਈ‫ࣅ࢟ࡼܕ‬৔௥ăಱ‫ލ‬
d)
෹૔फ़େ௭෭ࠏཧປ‫ٮ‬ԣh
ྱৠh
ࢯᑳĂৎધএୈ૞߼ࡀ࢟ࣅ৔௥༄Lj༿୓࢟ࣅ৔
e)
֭Д߁‫ތ‬७ᇍh
ൈେࡰചၱປఛ‫܅׶א׶‬ख֭‫ڌ‬ཊh
e)
୓࢟ࣅ৔௥߼ࡀᏴएᄷ‫ݙ‬ถ৫ᓹࡼ࢐ऱLjணᒏ‫ݙ‬
f)
Ꭷ‫ࣅ࢟۾‬৔௥ࡼᓍᒷ໵ࡩᆭ੝ăೊ‫ݜ‬ҘႰփႽი
໋ࣤ࿦ਈ֭Ⴐ߄Ҩቜ‫܅׶א‬ख൦‫຺ޛ‬ཊ֭h
Я‫܅׶א‬ख֭υሕ႟ࡹҊໞ‫֭ࠗގ‬ᇨ६֭‫ࡹۀ‬ĭ
ࢄ߾െಈ௤‫ޡ‬ĭञਣᆚ‫׶‬ĭ๥൐फ़େ֥ᇉെ७h
ۣዸ࢟ࣅ৔௥ăଶ‫އ‬Ꮵࣅ‫ݝ‬ୈဵ॥ఌᓕLjဵ॥࣪
ࣅ৔௥‫ݷ‬ᔫࡼ༽ౚăྙᎌႼડLj༿Ᏼဧ፿༄࣪࢟
g)
ౕ༇൘Ⴐൻ෭‫ࡹۀ‬h
ඛࠨဧ፿༄Ljଶ‫އ‬ሆ೰এୈǖࡌෟ࿀ൔဵ॥ᎌႵ
቞૞ೱᆬLjᑽ߁࢞ဵ॥ᎌೱᆬLj౯࿛૞ਭࣞෟ
߁Ҋ਍‫هؿ‬഻֭h
ႼLjনႋၮဵ॥ᎌ႕ࣅ૞ఎೱনႋăྙਫ‫ݙ‬ဇ୓
ۣߒ࡮௥ग़ಽਜ਼༹ஈLjຐഇДဩ‫ڋ‬৮ౕ֭ཬ‫܅‬
࢟ࣅ৔௥૞এୈၰൢLjଶ‫އ‬໚ဵ॥ᎌຼႼLj૞‫ڔ‬
खĭफ़൘ҨቜҊೀၦऽሆĭ౗‫ۿ‬ೀၦ७ᇍh
ᓤጙᒑᆚ၊Ⴜࡼএୈă!
༿ো௣ᑚቋ‫ݷ‬ᔫᒎာဧ፿࢟ࣅ৔௥Ă๼ୈਜ਼༤ী
ଶ‫އ‬ਜ਼‫ڔ‬ᓤᅲএୈઁLjཱུᔈ଄ਜ਼๬਋ᑗࠀ᎖কኟ
৔௥ࢀLj݀༦ఠ൅৔ᔫᄟୈਜ਼ገᒊቲࡼ৔ᔫăࢄ
ᓞএୈࡼຳෂᅪLjᄴဟLjཱུ‫ࣅ࢟۾‬৔௥ጲᔢࡍహ
‫܅׶א‬खႰჇҊ൦ჯఁ֭ҨቜႰ๷फ़େ߾֥ᇉ຺
ᏲႥࣞᏥᓞጙॊᒩăൻ෭Ҏࡹ߾ᄥᆋ၊൳ယ൐࡟
ཊ౮ঋh
୅ෆຊh
༿ཱུ੝ৃࡼᆒኀཽᏋᆒኀิࡼ৔௥Ljໃྱಮჼᇂ
େ൘Ⴐཕ๥֭‫ߘۿ‬਴ࡹၣಚД‫܅׶א‬ख֭υಎྦྷ
େh
10
g)
ࣅ৔௥஠ቲᆒኀă࿀‫ا‬ൡ‫ܫ‬ऄ൦ႶჇ‫܅׶א‬खໃ
5Džॲᇗ
a)
࿀ൔࡼ૦ᒷߛࡁLjज౾Ljᑽ߁࢞૞ྀੜএୈ‫ܘ‬ኍ
ၚᇨ࢟ࣅ৔௥૞‫۾‬ႁීၗࡼཽ‫ݷ‬ᔫ࢟ࣅ৔௥ăದ
ᓰLjഃୈဵ॥ຼႼLjጲૺဵ॥ᎌ໚Ⴧభถ፬ሰ࢟
f)
ิࡼএୈᅪ஼Ꭷ੿ࣞ‫ܘ‬ኍࠀ᎖ิࡼ࢟ࣅ৔௥ࡼऄ
ࢾྏ೟ดăೊ‫ࡹۀݜ‬ԌղҊ‫ڠ‬ĭࢄ໵ٍ֦֬ద֚
௥ਜ਼࢟Ꮞ‫ރ‬ᄿ૞࢟ߔᔝࣥఎă ᆋᇝჯ٥ྦྷυಎն
d)
এୈࡼऄࢾႥࣞ‫ܘ‬ኍᒗ࿩ࢀ᎖Ᏼ‫ࣅ࢟۾‬৔௥࿟‫ܪ‬
߲ࡼऄࢾႥࣞăೊ‫ࡹۀݜ‬ၣә‫؏ූׯصݞ‬ᄖྣĭ
ҊେႰिܹ७ᇍ֭‫܅׶א‬ख‫຺ޛ؃‬ཊĭщ྾࣑ྣ
c)
༤ᇖဧ፿ऻᓜඡ࿸ଐࡼጲૺऻ‫۾‬৔௥ᒜᐆ࿜ᅎୀ
ࡼ এ ୈ ă ࣘܽᆋོ‫ࡹۀ‬େ‫ܜ‬ሕᄥ୥֭‫܅׶א‬ख
࢟ࣅ৔௥ăᆦಚ֭‫܅׶א‬खᄥഩࡁ֭‫༷੹܇ׯص‬
࡭เᇗ໛
h)
ࠃࡑੑৈཽऴઐ࿸۸ăጞ௣‫ݙ‬ᄴࡼ።፿Ljဧ፿ෂ
ᑎLj‫ڔ‬ཝઐ෹஻૞‫ڔ‬ཝዛ஻ăᏴ໵ࡩ༽ተሆ๽ࡒ
֭ٙ֘ჸႁ‫ތ‬Ҩቜᆈჯ٥
ٙ֘൦‫؛‬୪୞ࠏӇ಩֭࿐ሏೱઅĭᆮӲ‫׏‬ĭۙ඼
ऴ޺ෂᑎLjઐऐ໭Ljถ৫ᔜࡪᇼᆈෟ೯૞৔ୈႵ
ඟࠏಱ‫ލ‬ఋ෹‫֭ࡹۀ‬၊۹๴ಞٙ႓h୪୞ࠏӇ಩
్ࡼ৔ᔫᆍཫăဌ࣬Д߁ሕᇊщ྾େ‫ܜ‬ቍᇀႶ‫ۺ‬
ႌగ࿐ሏ‫֭ࡹۀ‬๴ಞ๜ᇀĭᆋ၊౮ྡ߾၏ՙ൘െ
ᇝቜ၄Ӊ഻֭‫ࡿٮ‬෦h٥ӫ૳ᅿࠏ޳༓ఞщ྾େ
ಈ७ᇍ֭‫܅׶א‬खᄥऽ‫׌‬ሏ೎ი‫ࡹۀ‬࿐ሏཕ֭ٙ
‫੺ݞܜ‬୥֭ቜ၄Ӊ഻ູ֭৴hӑఁК੥Ⴧۢౄ؏
٢ཧh
֭ᄶႃफ़େ֥ᇉ๘৷೦െh
i)
j)
ৰೊĭೊ‫ݜ‬ଐ௓Ь‫ࡹ܅‬ऽሆĭफ़େ߾֥ᇉଐ௓ຊ
ཱུ๬਋ᑗᏐಭᔫጓෂă஠ྜྷᔫጓෂࡼྀੜཽ࣒‫ܘ‬
৞ࠏ‫ٮ‬ԣhႶჇఋᄖ‫׶‬٢ཧҊ๥ĭ෹फ़େ߾Ӝሪ
ኍ๽ࡒৈཽۣઐᓤᒙă‫֭ࡹ܅‬෦ྏࠏ௭෭֭‫ࡹۀ‬
Ҩቜᆈࠏᄁ৞Ҩቜᆈ֘ԣhᄥଞོ౮ঋ༷ĭଐ௓
फ़େཧປ‫ࡿٮ‬ĭ๥൐ᄥቜ၄‫֭ࣕۀ‬౽ჟປႌగ෭
ശᇈ߾௭ਢh
ഌh
ٙ֘ႶষႰ‫ތ‬/ࠏո༊֭Ҩቜӹ࿅ࠏሙঋႌగĭ๥
ᔫጓဟLjྙਫᔫጓཌᎮࡼএୈ༤ীభถᎧ፜‫ࡼݶ‬
൐ĭ๡‫ݞ‬Ҙ಄༷ਡ‫ۻ‬ԣ֭ჯ٥նൈєफ़ၣ‫؛‬ఋ࣑
ྣ٥ᇀ:
࢟ሣ૞໚࢟ሣ୻߿Ljᑚဟᒑถᆻᓕ௾Ꮟࡼ‫ڳ‬ᆻ‫ܭ‬
ෂăౕ۱ი“փ‫א֭”א‬པࢬ԰֭‫ࡹۀ‬फ़େ൘Я‫א‬
k)
a)
ถ৫ࢎᎵनࡧೆ೟ࡼᆡᒙăᄰਭᄋ৙ॺᓐ‫ڳ‬၄Lj
ࠔh
ᒗဪᒗᒫဧ፿჈Ljጲ‫ܣ‬Ᏼ໪ࣅ໐ମ૝ࡻ࣪नࡧ૞
୓࢟Ꮞሣᒙ᎖Ꮠಭኟᓞএୈࡼᆡᒙăೊ‫ݜ‬୥െಈ
ಿ௪न።ࡼᔢࡍ఼ᒜăೊ‫ݜ‬Ҙ಄ਜద֚֭ჯ٥ն
ൈĭҨቜᆈफ़ၣ७ᇍ৷एٙ႓ࠏٙ֘৷ਐh
७ᇍ, ᆋ‫אۼ‬པफ़େ߾Ь۱‫ ࠏؖ‬Ӈሆĭ๥൐୥֭
൵ьࠏ൵ᅯफ़େ߾Ьሌ࣑࿐ሏ֭‫ࡹۀ‬h
l)
ሆă࿐ሏ֭‫ࡹۀ‬फ़େ߾ሊሆў૳ĭঠ‫׶‬Я‫܅׶א‬
ი࿐ሏ֭‫֭ࡹۀ‬ၱປࢬ԰ĭफ़େӇሆ୥֭ၑ༆ĭ
c)
ࡼᆡᒙăٙ֘߾ᄥ୪୞֭ଲ၊ॡࢄЯ‫܅‬खӜሪი
d)
༤ᇖᏴጵ཮‫ݢ‬೯এத‫ݷ‬ᔫ‫ࣅ࢟۾‬৔௥ăࠍ߅फ़େ
Ᏼ୯ൢLjବྣࡼ‫ܟ‬୯ࢀཌᎮᔫጓဟLjኊገလॊட
ဇăэ૯൘‫֘ࡹۀ‬๓ࠏӇ಩hࢠઓĭ࡝೔ѐࢠࠏ
֘๓າາ߾൘࿐ሏ֭‫ࡹۀ‬Ӈ಩ĭѱ౗ႌగെ७ࠏ
ٙ֘h
ӫ༓࣑ປड़୅ĭ๥൐‫ڀ‬ሙࣉඓ֭‫ࠚؘ؏ݞ‬फ़େᄷ
o)
༤ᇖ୓ิࡼ࿽ᄏᒗ᎖Ᏼ࢟ࣅ৔௥नࡧဟ୓્ጤࣅ
ೱઅཕ֭ٙ٢ཧಂ‫׶‬h
ࢾ໐༹ஈ‫ࣅ࢟۾‬৔௥ࡼᄰज़ాă‫ڌࠗא‬ഉ߾ࢄ߯
Ӷ‫຺א‬ཊh
༤ᇖ୓ิࡼ၄‫ܛ‬हᏴኟᓞࡼএୈ๬ă‫ࡹۀ‬फ़େഌ
‫ݥ‬୥֭൵ьh
ࡩิᏴ‫ݾ‬ෂ‫ۃ‬Ꮵ‫ࣅ࢟۾‬৔௥ဟLj༤ᇖဧᒄᏥᓞă
ᄷӶၱປഌ‫ݥ‬h
n)
b)
‫۾‬৔௥এୈᆚᅲཝᄫᒏᒄ༄Lj‫ࣅ࢟୓ࡻݙ‬৔௥ह
ख ൘ᆵെಈ୥‫؛‬ఋ֭७ᇍh
m)
ஜᆻ‫ࣅ࢟۾‬৔௥Ljᄴဟ୓ิࡼ࿽ᄏᎧ၄‫ܛ‬ᒙ᎖ิ
‫܅׶‬खК੥֭ࣉඓҎ‫ٻ‬փ‫א‬ĭ൘Ҩቜᆈᄭൻ‫א‬
e)
༤ᇖᓤ࿟௨೔෸ࢩ࡮ຢ૞ߙቯ௨ຢăᆋ৓֟௓߾
ᄷӶ௜ٖ֭ٙ֘იെ७h
‫׌‬ಟᆋོғਠh
p)
༤ᇖဧ፿ገཇጘზದསଋࡼএୈăೊ‫ݜ‬൘Ⴐණࠏ
ఋ෹၉เৗಗ࠼ĭफ़େ֥ᇉ‫ࠏࠔא‬԰‫א‬h
11
࡭เᇗ໛
ᆔ‫؛‬սଐ‫ތ‬ခଐࣦ֭۩
༤ীᔫጓ!
a)
Ⴥኡᐋࡼ࿀ൔ࿸ଐࡼઐ‫ۇ‬ă٬ແЯ‫܅׶א‬खഩࡁ
‫ܘ‬ኍလॊடဇă๲ԣ֭ೱઅफ़େౕ‫ેؖ‬టࠏණܽ
֩ĭ‫א‬པࠏ༆เफ़େ߾ႌగٙ֘ h
ᒑถ୓࿀ൔ፿᎖ᅎୀࡼ፿ᅆă!ಿྙLj༤ᇖ፿༤ী
ᆔ‫؛‬஠݃ቜ၄ࣦ֭۩
a)
༤ᇖཱུ๯਒ฌ૞໚এୈࡼဎᔇᔈᎅኟᓞă୓ྀੜ
႕ࣅࡼএୈဎᔇ‫ݶ‬ੑ૞୓໚ኀᑳੑăෆ‫ތ׶‬࿐ሏ
࿀ൔࡼ‫ܟ‬୯஠ቲࡌෟăೊ‫ݜ‬Ϥଐ௓ѐࢠႰቜჇս
c)
Ᏼሚᎌࡼ‫ܚ‬࿟૞໚᎜඀ཌᔪጙৈĐ༏‫ݹ‬༤ాđဟ
ᒑถဧ፿ᆐิࡼ࢟ࣅ৔௥ᅎୀࡼ࿀ൔಢቯጲૺᆐ
֭ೱઅ໵ٍ֦֬ద֚֭٥߁ĭ๥൐၁Ҋυಎh
b)
f)
ଐĭଲુൈࡎჇೱઅү૳֭৷ਐफ़େ߾൘ଐ௓௭
֭‫ࡹۀ‬ിሸफ़େӇሆ୥֭൵ᆿĭࠏӇࢺᄥ‫ࡹ܅‬
෭h
ഐh
ᒗဪᒗᒫኡᐋᅲੑࡼLjߛࡁࡍቃᎧෟຢປ๼ࡼज
౾ăద֚֭ೱઅٍয฼‫܊‬ೱઅ֭਍‫ނ‬ᆮӲĭ՞‫ؿ‬
ࡰചೱઅ௭෭֭फ़େྦྷhႰჇౕ۱ೱઅٍ֭যი
սଐೱઅٍ֭য၁࿀Ⴝ෶Ҋ๥h
d)
༤ᇖဧ፿౶ᔈ୷ࡍࡼ࢟ࣅ৔௥ࡼෟႼࡼ࿀ൔăჯ
ఁႰჇࢨվ֭‫܅׶א‬ख֭ೱઅҊ൩‫܅ུࢨގ‬ख֭
ۢූ؏ĭ๥൐फ़େНਢh
ᆔ‫؛‬սଐ‫ތ‬ခଐࣦ֭۩
༤ীᔫጓ
a)
༤ᇖ! Đᔜྭđ! ༤ী࿀ൔ૞ဗଝਭࡍࡼኹೆă༤
ᇖ ‫ ޞ‬၂ ᔪ ਭ ࿾ ࡼ ༤ ীă ೱઅൻ࿪‫ݞ‬վ߾ᅁࡎ‫ڽ‬
ᄣĭၣࠫ൘ౕ९ᇗ֭ೱઅೀၦ୭౿ࠏຝᆄĭ๥൐
ߖफ़େ֥ᇉٙ֘ࠏೱઅ௭෭h
b)
‫ݙ‬ገ୓࿽ᄏᆡ᎖ኟᓞෟຢࡼᑵ༄૞ᑵઁऱăᄥᄖ
ቜ֭၊ॡĭ֚ೱઅ՞୥മѐၕቄ൐ĭफ़େԣཋ֭
ٙ֘फ़େ߾ࢄ࿐ሏ֭ೱઅ‫ތ‬Я‫܅׶א‬खӜཧ୥ಂ
‫׶‬h
c)
ࡩ࿀ൔ‫ۻ‬ఌᓕLj૞ᑗ߲᎖ྀੜᏇፐᒦࣥ༤ীဟLj
ਈ‫ࣅ࢟۾ܕ‬৔௥Ljᄴဟஸᆻᓕ‫ࣅ࢟۾‬৔௥Ljᒇࡵ
࿀ൔጯளᅲཝᄫᒏኟᓞă༤ᇖ၂ᅄᏴ࿀ൔ྆཭ኟ
ᓞဟ࠭༤ా࿟‫߹ގ‬༤ীൔLj॥ᐌ୓્્खညन
ࡧă!ଋ౪౮ঋĭѱ౗Ҙ಄࢜ᆦնൈၣ཰ԪೱઅЬ
ऽཋཨh
d)
༿Ᏼ༤ীᔫጓఎဪᒄ༄ఎ໪૦໭Lj݀Ᏼ༤ীᔫጓ
ᅲ߅ઁLj୓૦໭෽ಭᔫጓ‫ܭ‬ෂઁਈ‫ܕ‬૦໭ăದೱ
અպ֦ಎූĭಞ޲ུྗׁᇟྕ࣑೎ౕ९hೊ‫ݜ‬ᄥ
‫ࡹ܅‬ᇗᇟྕिఛЯ‫܅׶א‬खĭೱઅफ़େЬऽሆĭ
ཧഐ๲ԣࠏٙ֘h
e)
࣪‫ۇ‬ୈ૞ྀੜިࡍࡼ৔ୈኊገᔪᑽ߁Ljጲ‫୓ܣ‬࿀
ൔอჁᎧनࡧࡼᆉሙଢ଼ࢅࡵᔢቃăվ‫ࡹ܅‬फ़େ߾
ᄥሹമ֭ᇟਐ༷ԣཋϏདྷh
щ྾ࢄᆮӲ༆٪ᇊᄥ‫༷ࡹ܅‬Ҏౕ֭۱པ‫ࣕۀ‬ၣࠫ
ೱઅ਎஝‫֭ࡹ܅‬ѐࢠԱh
12
ᆔ‫ۙ؛‬඼ඟቜ၄ࣦ֭۩
a)
ኊᓖፀ૾ဧᏴ໋ᄰᔫጓᒦLjনႋၮ࣒ᎌభถၲ߲
নႋă༤ᇖᄰਭ৊নႋၮဗଝਭࣞࡼኹೆऎဧন
ႋ၊ೆਭࡍăۙ඼େ‫ܜ‬౦ၦׁԴ๱В֭‫ڣ‬ሕ‫ތ‬/ࠏ
ோ‫ڙ‬h
‫ص‬ປ֭υಎ྘༗
༤ᇖᏴࠥ৔௥࿟ဧ፿22ቯDŽᏌᓪᅳቯDž࿀ൔăೊ
‫ݜ‬൘ႰҊద֭‫ࡹۀ‬ĭफ़େ֥ᇉൻഌh
ᄰ໮఻ᄰ‫્ޟ‬঄ঙጤࣅ‫ݝ‬ୈLjፐࠥ።ࡩ‫ܜ‬඾ăং
ෆ֭ၑ༆ĭᇰЗࠏӑ‫ه‬फ़େ߾Ьၕ‫׶‬Ҏࡹऽሆh
‫ܜ‬඾Ꭷ౶ᔈࣅೆࡌෟLj௨ᔇLjዐෟLjᔞ఻ጲૺ໚
჈୐ᓔ૚ࣅᒦ‫ޘ‬ညࡼા޺‫ޠ‬ဟମࡼ୻߿ăࠃੑऴ
ઐॲLjᄴဟ፿ाᐇਜ਼༹ၺߡᇸ۩ഴࡼཌᎮăೊ‫ݜ‬
߯ӫ࣑೎୥֭ቑҎĭဌҎࠏӮࠚᄥ୥֭ோ‫ڙ‬ഐĭ
फ़େ߾դ൘Ⴝ‫ݥ‬༆ᇑ֭༓൴h
ࣦ۩:
৔௥‫ݙ‬ဧ፿ဟLj።୓჈हᒙᏴጙৈ‫્ݙ‬ፀ
ᅪጤࣅࡼᆮࢾ‫ܭ‬ෂLjጲ඾໚ፀᅪਦࣅ૞፛໦‫ࡱۏ‬
૞ၰࡱࡼᆉሙăᆋफ़େ֥ᇉကᇟ֭ಮമഌ‫ݥ‬h
۩ࣄ:
ແࡰചಮമഌ‫຺֭ݥ‬ཊĭᄥയ೎ࢠઓࠏѐ
ࢠቜ၄൐ྻ۴ປ࣐സĭႁແЯ‫܅‬खࠏఋ෹Ҏࡹࢬ
԰֦၊۹ՙ࠱ў૳ࠏ௤૳ѐࢠ൐ĭ෹֭फ़େ߾๴
ಞ‫ތ‬ञਣᄖ‫׶‬h
࡭เᇗ໛
୥֭‫܅‬खഐ֭ћమЏছ༷ਡ‫ބڠ‬hᆋོ‫ࠫބڠ‬ఋ
ఎਈ
‫ݫ‬ၴ඲଄ೊ༷!
ࣦ۩:
ࢄЯ‫܅‬खࢬഐ‫א‬ჿళĭχ༷ಞ޲ෆििܹ
V
.................. ‫ڡ‬ำ
၊ՙ‫ؿ‬Ҋ္χ༷෵‫ׯ‬χ୮ĭၣಚДिܹԱჇۢؒ
A
.................. υன
ሙงh
Hz .................. ‫ޔ‬ር
Я‫܅‬ख֭‫א‬ჿԣཋಱ‫ލ‬ᇗ‫ؖ‬ĭೊࢬׁ‫ܫ‬ᅸ‫ؖ‬੦ఞ
................. ຘำ
֭ఛ‫׶‬ĭ‫ؖ‬੦ఞቜႰĭၱປ֭ϡԣҴ๰ࠏ‫אؖ‬, ೊ
min.................. ‫ٻ‬ᇚ
ഐ෶൝χ༷‫ތ‬൬٪िܹhೊ‫ݜ‬िܹЬ෵‫ׯ‬ᄥिఛ
W
.............. ࢔ੈ‫א‬
໒ᇊĭ๡‫א‬൐Я‫܅‬ख߾ၱປఛ‫׶‬h
........... ᆸੈ‫א‬
ࣦ۩:
.............. ࢔ੈࠏᆸੈ‫א‬
............... ၊࠱ࢁᄷ
ᇀhᇂႽᄥಚ‫ׯ‬ೱઅၠࣤຣಎ๜ᇀሏ‫޲׶‬ĭҔେ
no ................ ४ᄣූ؏
(փႽࢬׁ)
ࢄЯ‫܅‬ख٪༷ h
ࣦ۩:
................ ࢬׁؒሸ
ଐࠗᄖሏᇈಎූhࢄЯ‫܅‬खܹцవĭ༽ࢄఋ՞ቜ
................ υಎࣦ൝‫ބڠ‬
(ඨᇟयᄀ)
…/min
၄૳ขగh
............ ૌ‫ٻ‬ᇚԒࠔග
......... ૌ‫ٻ‬ᇚ
RPM
............ ૌ‫ٻ‬ᇚሏග
IPM
............. ૌ‫ٻ‬ᇚԒࠔග
sfpm
............ ૌ‫ٻ‬ᇚў૳ႏԌග
Дܽ‫ނ‬ᆋོᆿ଺ၣє࣊޲ҝ॑
࢟૦
ᅋ૒൜िܹ – DW887 (๵1)
ि෵‫( ێ‬C), ໒Ⴧᅋ૒൜िܹഐ, ෹൦٥ᇀᆸଐࠗၱປఛ‫׶‬
֭၊۹υಎሕᇊh
սिЯ‫܅‬ख൐,ࢄि෵‫( ێ‬C)ӜЯ‫܅‬ख֭޲Ҏ๿, ಞ޲χ༷
ᅋ૒൜िܹ (A)h ᄥिܹχ༷൐ĭЯ‫܅‬खࢄ߾ᄖሏh൬٪
‫ۆ‬ᅋ૒൜िܹєफ़ܹцЯ‫܅‬खh
ࣦ۩:
ಚД ୥֭‫א‬ჿიଇஏഐ֭ћൕໞ‫ގ‬h 10%ၣഐ‫א‬࿪༷ࢎ
ယhೊЯ‫܅‬खҊେᄖቜĭ౰ࡧҸ‫א‬ჿh
ౕ༇ܹцि෵‫ێ‬h ೊ‫ݜ‬ि෵‫ێ‬Ьܹц, ֚
Ь٪༷൐ĭ෹Ⴝफ़େၱປఛ‫׶‬h
߾֥ᇉ‫੹܇‬೦െ‫ݞތ‬ಫh෶ႽDEWALT‫܅‬खरࣤ‫ݞ‬ԣӔࡧ
Ⴤࢾ‫ږ‬฽ – DW887
෵‫ׯ‬χ୮ᄥငӑ൘Ⴐ֭႓Ⴐᇗ฼‫܊‬ਜ‫֭اۿ‬අ൩‫ۓ‬hࢄЯ
Ҏࡹ (๵1)
ࣦ۩:
ແਜࡰചၱປ֭‫܅‬खᄖ‫׶‬ĭౕ༇ ᄥ‫ڽ‬ᄣ๐
ࡹ༷սिࠏܹцЯ‫܅‬खhࢬ԰ቜ၄૳ᆵవĭದᆸ
................ ‫ࢁ࠱م‬ᄷ
BPM
ᄥఛ‫ތ׶‬൘Ⴐఁ࡟ĭႰඨ൵࣍໬Я‫܅‬खၣ
ໃԃ‫؛‬ఋ֭७ᇍĭᆸ֦ೱઅࠏ‫ࡹۀ‬๜ᇀሏ‫׶‬൐ແ
‫܅‬खսि൐ĭ๿‫׶‬ि෵‫( ێ‬C) ĭಞ޲χ༷ᅋ૒൜िܹh ᄥ
Ҋ֬‫ۇ‬ሕЯ‫܅׶א‬खࠏఋಱ‫ލ‬Ҏࡹhᆋ
फ़େ֥ᇉ෭ߒࠏಮമഌ‫ݥ‬h
A. ᅋ૒൜िܹ
B. ෵‫ׯ‬χ୮
Я‫܅‬खᄖሏ൐ĭχ༷෵‫ׯ‬χ୮ (B)h Я‫܅‬खࢄ৽࿋࿐ሏᆸ
֦‫ۆ‬ᅋ૒൜िܹЬෆि൐ແᇀh
ࢄЯ‫܅‬खܹц൐, χ༷ಞ޲൬٪ᅋ૒൜िܹhᆋࢄ൘Я‫܅‬
ख๜ᇀh
ࣦ۩:
C. ि෵‫ێ‬
Ꮎ໐፿ᅆ
DW887ᇟྠᆸଐࠗഩࡁႰჇል၄սଐhౕ༇ᄥӞ൉ሙঋ
ᄥЯ‫܅‬खࢬ԰ቜ၄૳వĭದ෹պ֦ಎූh
ࢄЯ‫܅‬खܹцవĭ༽ࢄఋ՞ቜ၄૳ขగh
Ҩቜ
ࠏႽၦಟ၉เࠏటเ൐൘ႰЯ‫܅‬खh
ࣦ۩:
ᆋོᇟྠᆸଐࠗແል၄‫܅׶א‬खhౕ༇ದ‫ـ‬๨ࢬ԰Я‫܅‬
ᑳ૞‫߹ގ‬0‫ڔ‬ᓤྀੜএၢᇕ૞এୈ༄Ljሌ୓‫۾‬৔௥
खh໵ࣤယ֭Ҩቜᆈ൘ႰЯ‫܅‬ख൐ྻ္ࡎၣ࡛؄h
ਈ‫ܕ‬Lj୓‫ރ‬ᄿ࠭࢟Ꮞ‫ރ‬ᔭ࿟‫߲ڰ‬ă
ᆐଢ଼ࢅዏᒮཽ࿽࿛਴ࡼᆉሙ-!Ᏼᔪྀੜࢯ
ᒮቤೌ୻‫۾‬৔௥༄Lj‫ږ‬ሆ཭ઁ႕ఎఎਈጲཀྵۣ‫۾‬
৔௥ࠀ᎖ਈ‫ܕ‬ᓨზă
13
࡭เᇗ໛
‫ڔ‬ᓤࡌෟൔ
1.
3.
໲ಡູ֭৴h ᄥႊ൒ĭ‫އ‬ණࠏ༓࿽ᆵవĭ‫܅‬ಮщ
ĩ֚૳‫֭ࡹۀ؛‬ປү൐Īࢄυሕઌඥဉ୑൐ᆔ࿐
྾࣑ྣ౪༩‫ތ‬౪ࢹhҊ֬ࢄႊ൒ĭ‫އ‬ණࠏ༓࿽֥
ሏࢄఋҿԪhᇂྻႰ၊ᇂϵ൵໬ሆᄥᇾᇨ֭К੥
ᇉູ֭৴੅ᄥ߯ӫफ़େӮࠚ֭ቜ၄૳ഐh
Ҏ‫ٻ‬฼‫֭܊‬௤ϸĭєफ़൘ᇾᇨДԃࣩᇀh
2.
ࢄઌඥ୪࣍ᇈቈၣ൘ೱઅҊս߉࿐ሏແᇀh
3.
ĩᄥυሕਜ၊ᇝྕ֭ࠏแօೱઅ൐Īఛ‫׶‬Я‫܅‬
ણஹ‫ڔ‬ཝ
1.
౪ԪႺఈ֭٢൜႓ቛ֦ࣘफ़େചׁӉ഻ӫζh
‫ݜ‬ೱઅႽ၊۹໋ࡧұԣ֭ਢໝࠏಔདྷĭ෹႓֚߾
2.
႓֚Ⴐ4૩‫ف‬ෙਠҋࢄԪఈቜ၄֭౽ჟ‫ڇ‬цh
ᄥҊ֦၊‫ٻ‬ᇚ֭൐࡟୅Нਢhౕ༇ᄥೱઅ‫؛‬ሪ၊
3.
खĭᄥ၊۹ൻ֦਍‫ނ‬Д߁֭౽ჟ໬ሆЯ‫܅‬खhೊ
ࣦ۩:
ᄥఛ‫ތ׶‬൩Ⴐఁ࡟ĭႰඨ൵࣍໬Я‫܅‬ख
ၣໃԃ‫؛‬ఋ७ᇍĭᆸ֦ೱઅࠏ‫ࡹۀ‬๜ᇀሏ‫׶‬ແ
ᇀhࢄЯ‫܅‬ख٪༷వĭಚДೱઅၠࣤຣಎ๜ᇀሏ
༹ஈᎧࠀಯ
1.
‫ߘۿ‬h
2.
‫ڇ‬൜টࠕܿ୅ĭѱ౗๡‫ݞ‬ᆦӐ֭টࠕ൴ࠪӹ࿅ࡎ
ၣԱৠh
ଐ (๵ 3), Ԫ٬୥ႢႽ၊ᇂำᇍ֭ĭᄕ࿀ᄥఋү૳ခଐ֭
౪ࢹఁ࡟, ౕ༇ದ‫ـ‬๨იᄛ‫ࣕࢬہ‬ቜ၄૳h
ำඁೱઅh
3.
ᎉ໗ࡌෟဟࡼᓖፀူሲ
ࡎၣӦ‫׀‬౪༩Ҕେᄤՙ൘Ⴐh
ໃྱ
ႶჇҊࣤ‫ߌݞ‬࿘‫ٻ‬།є଼Ⴧங‫ؖ‬ଞᇝႺఈ൦‫ݫږ‬
ࣦ۩:
ႽఫĭႁՖ࣑ྣಱ‫ލ‬Ⴚఈ֭սଐ൐ĭ໩૔๿ࡱ༷
ࣥ໚࢟Ꮞăᒮቤೌ୻‫۾‬৔௥༄Lj! ‫ږ‬ሆ݀႕ఎ࢟Ꮞ
ఎਈLjጲཀྵۣ‫۾‬৔௥ጯளਈࢬă
ཽ࿽‫ڔ‬ཝ
࣑ྣႺఈսଐĭᄥ෶Ⴝ౪ࢹຣӶᆵవĭҊ֬ದ‫ـ‬
๨ࠏᄛ‫࣑ہ‬೎ቜ၄૳h
࣑೎ቜ၄૳֭෶Ⴝಮჼ‫؃‬щ྾மփ٥ӫ૳ᅿࠏ޳
༓ఞh ‫੺ݞ‬ఞщ྾ૌ็ĭࠏᆈᄥமւᆈ‫޳֦ۓ‬༓
চ଼൐࣑ྣ‫ߘۿ‬h
඲଄:
ᇂେ‫ܜ‬൘Ⴐ൩ႰჇఫྦྷႺఈ߯ӫ‫ތ‬࿽༄֭٥ӫ९
ᅿh௼๡֭Ⴚఈ९ᅿҊେ฼‫܊‬ᆋᇝД߁h౰֦୥ׁ֚֭
໼ࣉ‫ד‬࿡ᅻద֚֭N.I.O.S.H.௃ሡ֭֭९ᅿh
ᆐଢ଼ࢅዏᒮཽ࿽࿛਴ࡼᆉሙ-!ᔪྀੜࢯᑳ
૞‫߹ގ‬0‫ڔ‬ᓤএၢອ૞এୈ༄Ljਈ‫۾ܕ‬৔௥݀༦༤
ਡሇၱൡལh
2.
‫ـ‬๨൘Ⴐ֭෶Ⴝຟखĭफ़༩ּ֭ࡍखიႰखщ྾
Ҋ๿ࡱႰჇսଐఫࠖႺఈĭႁແൻ֦໲ಡ֭߯ӫ
଼ၣ७ᇍhఫ‫ـ؛‬๨იᄛ‫຺֭ہ‬ཊቓվh
1.
႓֚ࢄַෙҋ൴ࠪగধĭѱ౗იಱ‫ࣉލ‬ඓ෦ྏࠏ
ఋჍ౪Ԫ֭෦ྏ၊֩Աৠh႓֚ࢄ෹૔٪ᇊᄥ૩
ζĭ౰ᄥиሸҎ໒൘Ⴐ९ᅿh္ഇֈೱઅhౕ༇ࢄೱઅ
ࡋᄥ‫ࡹ܅‬ᇗĭࠏൈࡎҊщ္֭࿪৷hᇂେᄥೱઅў૳ခ
2.
ᄥսଐལପఁ࡟ĭૌ็щ྾‫؛‬ቜ၄૳෶Ⴝ֭ў૳
Ӧ‫ྣׁ࣑׀‬༓ӫ‫ތ‬౪ࢹh༓ӫఞ‫੺ݞ‬և႓֚௜ٖ
‫׶‬h
ࢄ‫ࡹ܅‬٪࣑၊ᇂ޿๰ఴĭࠏࢄఋࡋ࣍h ೊ‫ݜ‬ቜ၄ဠగӫ
սଐ٢൜႓ቛ֦ࣘफ़େࡰചቜ၄૳ປ֭Ⴚఈӫζ
֭‫ࠞޚ‬h
۹ಮ֭౮ঋ༷ࢄఋिఛhЏছҨቜᆈЯമh
1.
Ҋ֬ᄥቜ၄૳ႊ൒ĭ‫އ‬ණࠏ༓࿽ၣ٥ᇀሇ೎ൻ֦
༹ஈ
ࣦ۩:
৮Ⴐ౪ࢹĭ‫ی‬ᄺ֭࿪ෲ४టࢄ߯ӫიӫζ
՞‫ތࠗא‬िܹᇉ‫׶‬ఞഐՀቄ൦၊۹щ္֭‫ׯ‬ఁໃ
߁ӹ࿅h‫ݫ‬Ⴝࣉඓྏ֭߯ӫიӫζ๡Ӑ߾ᄥ୅Ҏ
ў૳‫ࠚؘ‬ĭ๥൐ĭೊ‫໋ݜ‬େ࣑ྣ௜ٖ֭౪ࢹ ĭफ़
େ߾Ӊ഻‫ࠏࠔא‬԰‫א‬hࢁၸҘႰ ၊ᇂ“ࢬׁ‫ܫ‬ᅸ‫ؖ‬
੦ఞĩGFCIĪĭ‫؛‬Я‫܅‬ख࣑ྣࡧҸ‫ތ‬౪ࢹĭಞ޲
ᄤᇟྕഩᇊGFCIh౪ࢹ‫ތ‬൘ႰЯ‫܅‬ख൐ĭᇈ൛ᇈ
ᇜւഐ߁ପ࣬ĩANSIZZ87.1)h
14
࡭เᇗ໛
ࣦ۩:
ౕ༇൘Ⴐಿ࠼ࠏఋ෸ਣྦྷߌ࿘ᇍ௞ধ౪
ࢹ‫܅‬ख֭٬ࣉඓ਴ࡹhᆋོߌ࿘༆ᇑफ़େ߾ཬ೘
ᆋོҎ໒൘Ⴐ֭ෙਠғਠh౰Ⴐҋᅣ໙‫ٯ֭ތ‬ᄸ
ණҐൢhౕ༇ದಱ‫ލ‬၉เ࣑೎‫܅‬खĭࣔᇀದ‫܅‬ख
֭ಱ‫ލ‬Ҏ‫ٻ‬ᄥ၉เᇗࣗ஦h
ྥઘ
୥֭‫܅׶א‬ख໵ྻਾྣೖ߉h
࢟૦ၮ
DW887
౰৻༪୥ׁ֚֭‫ڣ‬༈ᇗྗࡧҸ‫ࠗא‬h
এୈ
ࣦ۩:
ႶჇ٬DEWALT฼‫ࡹۀ֭܊‬ແᄥЯӉ௞ഐ
ቛ‫ݞ‬൳ယĭᆋ৓‫ࡹۀ‬फ़େखႽ຺ཊh ແࢎֶൻഌ
຺֭ཊĭᇂେࢄD E WALT๿ࡱ֭‫ࡹۀ‬ႰჇЯӉ
௞h
՞୥ׁ֚൦ࣤ཯഍ࠏࣤ‫ݞ‬൹ಋ֭‫ڣ‬༈ᇗྗĭफ़ၣ๡‫صݞ‬
ປ‫֬ࠎٶڹ‬๿ࡱი୥֭‫ۼ‬औ၊֩൘Ⴐ֭‫ࡹۀ‬hೊ‫ݜ‬୥ᄥ
‫ࡹۀ‬࿡ᅻ٢૳ྻ္ಱ‫ྀލ‬ሁĭ࣫౰৻༪୥ቓ֭ࣕ
DEWALT‫܅‬၄‫܅‬ख‫܌‬රĭࠏְ੫໩૔֭ັᅧ:
http://www.dewalt.com.
ࣦ۩:
ແࢎֶൻഌ຺֭ཊ ĭսଐ൐ᇈ൛ᇈᇜ൘
Ⴐద֚֭٥߁ϸĭѱ౗ւഐ߁ପ࣬h
ᆸଐࠗ‫ࡹۀ‬
ሕ‫֭ނ‬ೱઅ‫ࡸތ‬๰
ኀಯ
ແಚДӉ௞υಎ‫ތ‬फ़॔ྦྷ, ྱৠ, ໃྱ‫נތ‬ᆤ (Џছ‫ࠗא‬ඟ
ࡧҸი‫)ߘۿ‬႓֚ႶDEWALT‫܅‬Ӕ‫ڣ‬༈ᇗྗĭDEWALT൹
ಋ֭‫ڣ‬༈ᇗྗࠏఋ෸Ⴝሯ৭֭ໃྱಮჼ࣑ྣh ᇈ൛ᇈᇜ
൘Ⴐཕ๥֭แߘҎࡹh
15
㐕储Ё᭛
Ⳉ⺼″
DW887
2Dž䳏఼ᅝܼ
ᙁ୰ʽ
a)
䳏ࢩᎹ‫ᦦ݋‬丁ᖙ䷜㟛ৠ㽣Ḑⱘᦦᑻᨁ䜡DŽ⽕ℶҹ
ӏԩᮍᓣᬍ㺱ᦦ丁DŽ
ᙁ୰ᙼ䙌᪛њDEWALTᎹ‫݋‬DŽ໮ᑈⱘ㍧倫੠ᇜὁⱘ⫶ક䭟
䳔㽕᥹ഄⱘ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬ϡ㛑Փ⫼ӏԩ䔝᥹ᦦ丁DŽॳ
ⱐࡉᮄՓDEWALT៤⚎ᇜὁ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬Փ⫼㗙᳔ৃ䴴ⱘড়
ᒴ᠔䰘ⱘᦦ丁㟛ৠ㽣Ḑⱘᦦᑻᇛ⏯ᇥ㿌䳏ⱘॅ
԰໹ԈПϔDŽ
䱾DŽ
b)
ᡔ㸧ᗻ䊛᭭
䙓‫ܡ‬Ҏ储㟛᥹ഄ㸼䴶᥹㿌,བㅵ䘧ǃᬷ➅఼ǃ⟤
♊ǃ‫ބ‬ㆅDŽབᵰᙼⱘ䑿储᥹ഄˈ㿌䳏ॅ䱾ᗻ᳗๲
ࡴDŽ
DW887
c)
䂟࣓ᇛ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬ᲈ䴆೼䲼Ё៪╂▩⪄๗ЁDŽ䳏ࢩ
䳏ວ
VAC
220~240
丏⥛
Hz
50/60
ࡳ⥛䔌ߎ
W
400
ぎ䓝䔝䗳
min-1
25,000
ϟ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬DŽֱᣕ䳏⑤㎮䘴䲶➅⑤ǃ⊍ǃ䢇䙞៪
ⷖ䓾Ⳉᕥ
mm
38
䘟ࢩ䚼ӊDŽফ᧡៪㑣㐲ⱘ䳏㎮᳗๲ࡴ㿌䳏ⱘॅ
Џ䓌
Ꮉ‫݋‬䘆∈ᇛ๲ࡴ㿌䳏ॅ䱾DŽ
d)
䱾DŽ
M14
ㄦ༒ሎᇌ
䞡䞣
mm
6
kg
17
ߛ࣓▿⫼䳏㎮DŽߛ࣓Փ⫼䳏⑤㎮ᨀ䘟ǃᢝࢩ៪ᢨ
e)
೼ᅸ໪᪡԰䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬ᰖˈ䂟Փ⫼䘽ড়᠊໪Փ⫼ⱘ
໪᥹䳏㎮DŽ䘽ড়᠊໪Փ⫼ⱘ䳏㎮᳗⏯ᇥ㿌䳏ⱘॅ
䱾DŽ
䄺ਞ:
⚎䰡Ԣফ‫ڋ‬乼䱾,䂟Ҩ㌄䮅䅔ҹϟᦣ
f)
࠽们䳏⌕㺱㕂˄RCD˅ֱ䅋ⱘ䳏⑤DŽ RCD ⱘՓ
䗄DŽ
ϔ㠀䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬䄺ਞ
ࣦ۩!ᭀ䂟䮅䅔᠔᳝ᅝܼ䄺ਞ㟛ᣛफDŽབ᳾
⫼⏯ᇥњ㿌䳏ⱘॅ䱾DŽ
3DžҎ䑿ᅝܼ
a)
ϟՓ⫼䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬DŽ᪡԰䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬ᰖ⊼ᛣ࡯ϡ䲚Ё
☿♑੠/៪ಈ䞡‫ڋ‬ᆇDŽ
ৃ㛑᳗ᇢ㟈ಈ䞡ⱘҎ䑿‫ڋ‬ᆇDŽ
b)
㔽ǃ䰆⒥ᅝܼ䵟ǃᅝܼᐑǃ㙑࡯ֱ䅋䀁‫٭‬DŽ
c)
ᐊ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬ᰖᡞ᠟ᣛᬒ೼䭟䮰Ϟ៪‫ܙ‬䳏ᰖ䭟䮰㰩
b)
⽕ℶ೼ᯧ⟚⪄๗Ё᪡԰䳏ࢩᎹ‫ˈ݋‬བ᳝ᯧ➗⎆
储ǃ⇷储៪㉝้ⱘ⪄๗DŽ䳏ࢩᎹ‫☿ⱘ⫳⫶݋‬㢅᳗
咲➗㉝้៪✭䳻DŽ
c)
᪡㐅䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬ᰖ⽕ℶ‫ܦ‬ス੠ᮕ㾔㗙䴴䖥DŽᑆ᫒ৃ
㛑᳗ᇢ㟈ᙼ᪡԰ϡ⭊DŽ
16
ᮐᠧ䭟ԡ㕂᳗䗴៤Ҏ䑿ॅ䱾DŽ
ֱᣕᎹ԰จഄ⏙┨੠ᯢ҂ˈ䲰і៪䱄ᱫⱘഄᮍᆍ
ᯧᓩⱐџᬙDŽ
䰆ℶᛣ໪ଳࢩDŽ೼䗷᥹䳏⑤៪䳏∴㌘Пࠡҹঞᣓ
䍋៪᫰ᐊᎹ‫݋‬Пࠡ䂟⺎ֱ䭟䮰㰩ᮐ䮰䭝ԡ㕂DŽ᫰
1DžᎹ԰จഄ
a)
Փ⫼‫ן‬Ҏ䰆䅋㺱‫٭‬DŽྟ㌖Խ᠈䅋Ⳃ䦵DŽ䘽⭊ⱘṱ
ӊϟՓ⫼䰆䅋㺱‫٭‬ᇛ⏯ᇥҎ䑿‫ڋ‬ᆇˈབ䰆้ষ
䄺ਞЁⱘ“䳏ࢩᎹ‫”݋‬䗭ϔ㸧䁲ᣛⱘᰃᙼⱘ⬅䳏⑤᪡԰˄ᐊ
䳏㎮ⱘ˅៪䳏∴候ࢩⱘ˄⛵䳏㎮ⱘ˅䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬DŽ
ֱᣕ䄺㾎ˈ᪡԰䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬ᰖ⊼ᛣ᪡԰ˈֱᣕ⏙
䝦DŽߛ࣓೼⮆‫Ⱆ⊏៪׺‬ᰖ៪೼㮹⠽៪䜦㊒ⱘᕅ䷓
㛑䙉ᕾ䗭ѯ䄺ਞ੠ᣛफˈᇛৃ㛑ᇢ㟈㿌䳏ˈ
ֱㅵད᠔᳝䄺ਞ੠ᣛफҹ֓Ҟᕠগ㗗
བᵰᖙ䷜ᕫ೼╂▩ⱘഄᮍ᪡԰䳏ࢩᎹ‫ˈ݋‬䂟Փ⫼
d)
ᠧ䭟Ꮉ‫ࠡ݋‬ᢚϟ᠔᳝䂓ᭈ䥉៪ᡇ᠟DŽ䗷᥹೼䳏ࢩ
Ꮉ‫݋‬ᮟ䔝䳊ӊϞⱘᡇ᠟៪䂓ᭈ䥉ৃ㛑ᇢ㟈Ҏ䑿‫ڋ‬
ᆇDŽ
㐕储Ё᭛
e)
⽕ℶ᠟Ԍᕫ໾䭋ˈᰖࠏ⊼ᛣ㝇ϟ੠䑿储ᑇ㸵DŽ䗭
ῷ೼ᛣ໪ᚙ⊕ϟ㛑᳈དഄ᥻ࠊ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬DŽ
f)
こ㨫ᕫ⭊DŽ᪡԰䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬ᰖߛᖠこᇀ僚ⱘ㸷᳡៪
Խ᠈佪仒DŽ䅧ᙼⱘ丁僂ǃ㸷᳡੠᠟༫䘴䲶䘟ࢩⱘ
䳊ӊDŽᇀ僚ⱘ㸷᳡ǃ佪仒៪䭋僂ৃ㛑᳗᥆ܹ䘟ࢩ
᠔᳝᪡԰ᅝܼᣛफ
ⷨ⺼ᠧ⺼䣐㍆ࠋᢟ‫⺼៪ܝ‬᭭ˈߛࡆ԰ὁᐌ⫼
ᅝܼ䄺
a)
ᢟ‫ܝ‬″៪ߛࡆ″Ꮉ‫݋‬DŽᭀ䂟䮅䅔䱼ᴀ䳏ࢩᎹ‫ᦤ݋‬
䳊ӊЁDŽ
g)
կⱘ᠔᳝ᅝܼ䄺ਞˈᣛफˈ೪⼎ঞ㽣㆘DŽ བᵰ᳾
བᵰ᳝ᦤկ䗷᥹ᥦሥ䲚้䀁‫ⱘ٭‬㺱㕂ˈ䂟⺎ֱ䗭
㛑䙉ᕾ᠔߫ߎⱘᣛफˈᇛৃ㛑ᇢ㟈䳏᪞ˈ☿♑੠/
ѯ㺱㕂䗷᥹ᅠདˈՓ⫼ℷᐌDŽ䲚้ৃ⏯ᇥ㟛㉝้
᳝䮰ⱘॅᆇDŽ
ᴀ䳏ࢩᎹ‫䷤݋‬ᳳ⫼԰ⷨ⺼″ˈⷖ䓾″ˈ䣐㍆ࠋˈ
៪ಈ䞡Ҏ䑿‫ڋ‬ᆇDŽ
b)
ᓎ䅄࣓ᇛᴀ䳏ࢩᎹ‫⫼݋‬ᮐ‫⺼ⷨڣ‬, ᢟ‫ܝ‬ҹঞ䣐㍆ࠋ
䗭串ⱘ԰ὁDŽབᵰᇛᴀ䳏ࢩᎹ‫⫼݋‬ᮐ䀁㿜Ⳃⱘ԰
4Dž䳏ࢩᎹ‫ⱘ݋‬Փ⫼੠⊼ᛣ䷙
a)
⽕ℶᔋࠊՓ⫼䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬DŽḍ᪮⫼䗨ˈՓ⫼ℷ⺎ⱘ
ὁৃ㛑⫶⫳ॅ䱾੠ᓩ䍋Ҏ䑿‫ڋ‬ᆇDŽ
c)
ϞˈᅗϺϡ㛑⺎ֱᅝܼ԰ὁDŽ
㛑᳈ད᳈ᅝܼഄᅠ៤Ꮉ԰DŽ
b)
⽕ℶՓ⫼䭟䮰ϡ㛑ᠧ䭟੠䮰䭝ⱘ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬DŽӏԩ
d)
ᅗ‫ৃץ‬㛑⸈᧡៪৥໪亯ߎDŽ
ׂ⧚DŽ
䂓ᭈǃ᳈᦯䰘ӊ៪‫܆‬ᄬ䳏ࢩᎹ‫ˈࠡ݋‬䂟ᇛ䳏ࢩᎹ
e)
ⱘֱ䅋੠᥻ࠊDŽ
ᮑ㛑⏯ᇥᛣ໪ଳࢩ䳏ࢩᎹ‫ⱘ݋‬乼䱾DŽ
e)
ᇛ䳏ࢩᎹ‫܆݋‬ᄬ೼‫ܦ‬スϡ㛑໴㨫ⱘഄᮍˈ⽕ℶϡ
ⷖ䓾ⱘ″䓌ሎᇌˈ⊩㰁ˈᬃᩤ๞៪ӏԩ䰘ӊᖙ䷜
㟛ᴀ䳏ࢩᎹ‫ⱘ݋‬Џ䓌ᙄ⭊ਏড়DŽབᵰ᥵⫼ᐊ᳝㟛
᳾㍧㿧㏈ⱘ⫼᠊᪡԰䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬ᰃᕜॅ䱾ⱘDŽ
ᴀ䳏ࢩᎹ‫ⱘ݋‬ᅝ㺱⹀储ϡਏড়ⱘ″䓌ᄨⱘ䰘ӊˈ
ᇛ᳗༅এᑇ㸵ˈ࡛⚜ᤃࢩˈৠᰖৃ㛑ᇢ㟈༅᥻DŽ
ֱ仞䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬DŽ⁶ᶹ䘟ࢩ䚼ӊᰃ৺वԣˈᰃ৺ᇡ
g)
ߛ࣓Փ⫼ফ᧡䰘ӊDŽ
ࢩᎹ‫݋‬᪡԰ⱘᚙ⊕DŽབ᳝᧡າˈ䂟೼Փ⫼ࠡᇡ䳏
↣⃵Փ⫼ࠡˈ⁶ᶹϟ߫䰘ӊ˖ᠧ⺼ⷖ䓾ᰃ৺᳝⹢
ࢩᎹ‫݋‬䘆㸠㎁ׂDŽ䀅໮џᬙህᰃ⬅ᮐ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬㎁
ሥ៪㺖㋟ˈᬃᩤ๞ᰃ৺᳝㺖㋟ˈᢝ‫៪ڋ‬䘢ᑺ⺼
䅋ϡ㡃㗠ⱐ⫳ⱘDŽ
᧡ˈ䣐㍆ࠋᰃ৺᳝僚ࢩ៪䭟㺖䣐㍆DŽབᵰϡᜢᇛ
ֱᣕߔ‫݋‬䢦߽੠⏙┨ˈཹ୘ֱ仞䢦߽ⱘߛࠞᎹ
‫ৃˈ݋‬Փ᪡԰ϡᆍᯧवԣˈϨ᳈ᆍᯧ᥻ࠊDŽ
g)
f)
❳ᙝ䳏ࢩᎹ‫៪݋‬ᴀ䁾ᯢ᳌ⱘҎ᪡԰䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬DŽ䅧
⑪ˈ䳊ӊᰃ৺⸈᧡ˈҹঞᰃ৺᳝݊Ҫৃ㛑ᕅ䷓䳏
f)
ᙼⱘ䰘ӊ໪ᕥ㟛८ᑺᖙ䷜㰩ᮐᙼⱘ䳏ࢩᎹ‫ⱘ݋‬両
ᅮᆍ䞣ܻDŽབᵰ䰘ӊሎᇌϡヺˈᇛ⛵⊩ᕫࠄᙄ⭊
‫݋‬੠䳏⑤ᦦ丁៪䳏∴㌘ᮋ䭟DŽ䗭。䷤䰆ᗻᅝܼ᥾
d)
䰘ӊⱘ両ᅮ䗳ᑺᖙ䷜㟇ᇥㄝᮐ೼ᴀ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬Ϟ῭
ߎⱘ両ᅮ䗳ᑺDŽབᵰ䰘ӊҹ䍙䘢両ᅮ䗳ᑺ䘟㸠ˈ
ϡ㛑⫼䭟䮰᥻ࠊⱘ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬䛑ᕜॅ䱾ˈᖙ䷜䘆㸠
c)
ߛ࣓Փ⫼䴲ᇜ䭔䀁㿜ⱘҹঞ䴲ᴀᎹ‫݋‬㻑䗴ଚ᥼㭺
ⱘ䰘ӊDŽ۬ㅵ䗭ѯ䰘ӊ㛑໴㺱೼ᙼⱘ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬
䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬DŽℷ⺎ⱘ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬೼䀁㿜ⱘ両ᅮࡳ⥛ϟ
䂟ḍ᪮䗭ѯ᪡԰ᣛ⼎Փ⫼䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬ǃ䜡ӊ੠ߛࡆ
Ꮉ‫݋‬ㄝˈϺϨ㗗ᝂᎹ԰ṱӊ੠㽕෋㸠ⱘᎹ԰DŽᇛ
䳏ࢩᎹ‫⫼݋‬ᮐϡᰃ䷤ᳳⱘ᪡԰⫼䗨ৃ㛑᳗ᇢ㟈ॅ
䱾ᚙ⊕DŽ
䳏ࢩᎹ‫៪݋‬䰘ӊᨨ㨑ˈ⁶ᶹ݊ᰃ৺᳝⸈᧡ˈ៪ᅝ
㺱ϔ䲏᳾ফ᧡ⱘ䰘ӊDŽ
⁶ᶹ੠ᅝ㺱ᅠ䰘ӊᕠˈ䅧㞾Ꮕ੠ᮕ㾔㗙㰩ᮐ䁆ᮟ
䔝䰘ӊⱘᑇ䴶໪ˈৠᰖˈ䅧ᴀ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬ҹ᳔໻ぎ
䓝䗳ᑺ䘟䔝ϔߚ䧬DŽফ᧡䚼ӊ᳗೼䗭ϔ䀺倫ᰖ䭧
ܻᵒ㛿DŽ
5Dž᳡ࢭ
a)
䂟䅧ড়Ḑⱘ㎁ׂҎવ㎁ׂᙼⱘᎹ‫ˈ݋‬㎁ׂҎવা
㛑Փ⫼Ⳍৠⱘ᳈᦯䳊ӊҹ⺎ֱ䳏ࢩᎹ‫ⱘ݋‬ᅝܼᗻ
㛑DŽ
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㐕储Ё᭛
h)
i)
j)
こ᠈ད‫ן‬Ҏ䰆䅋䀁‫٭‬DŽ
ডᔜⱘॳ಴੠᪡԰㗙䷤䰆
ձ᪮ϡৠⱘឝ⫼ˈՓ⫼䴶㔽ˈᅝܼ䅋Ⳃ䦵៪ᅝܼ
ডᔜᰃᇡ᫄ᤣ៪㑣㐲ⱘᮟ䔝ⷖ䓾ˈᬃᩤ๞ˈ䣐㍆
ⴐ䦵DŽ ೼ᙄ⭊ᚙᔶϟ Խᐊ䰆้䴶㔽, 䅋㘇఼, 㛑
ࠋ៪ӏԩ݊Ҫ䰘ӊⱘϔ‫ן‬さ✊ডឝDŽ᫄ᤣ៪㑣㐲
໴䰏᪟㌄ᖂ⺼᭭៪Ꮉӊ⹢พⱘᎹ԰ೡ㺭DŽⴐ䦵ֱ
ᓩ䍋ᮟ䔝䰘ӊⱘさ✊‫ذ‬ℶˈ䗭ϔᚙᔶ᳗ձ⃵Փ༅
䅋㺱㕂ᖙ䷜㛑໴䰏ℶ⬅৘。԰ὁ⫶⫳ⱘ亯◎⹢DŽ
এ᥻ࠊⱘ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬೼व咲䔝ܹ㟛䰘ӊᮟ䔝Ⳍডⱘ
䰆้䴶㔽៪੐਌఼ᖙ䷜㛑໴䘢◒ᙼⱘ԰ὁ⫶⫳ⱘ
ᮍ৥DŽ
ᖂ㉦DŽ䭋ᳳᲈ䴆ᮐ催ᔋᑺⱘా䷇ৃ㛑ᇢ㟈㙑࡯୾
՟བˈབᵰϔ䲏ᠧ⺼ⷖ䓾 㹿Ꮉӊ᫄ᤣ៪㑣㐲ˈキ
༅DŽ
೼䘆ܹ᫄ᤣ咲ⱘⷖ䓾䙞㎷ৃ㛑ᦦ䘆䁆ᴤ᭭ⱘ㸼
䅧ᮕ㾔㗙䘴䲶԰ὁ䴶DŽ䘆ܹ԰ὁ䴶ⱘӏԩҎ䛑ᖙ
䴶ˈᇢ㟈ⷖ䓾⠀ߎ៪ᔜߎDŽձ✻೼᫄ᤣ咲ⷖ䓾ⱘ
䷜Խᐊ‫ן‬Ҏֱ䅋㺱㕂DŽᎹӊ ⱘ⹢ሥ៪⸈᧡ⱘ䰘ӊ
䘟ࢩᮍ৥ϡৠˈⷖ䓾ৃ㛑᳗ᳱ৥៪䘴䲶᪡԰㗙ᔜ
ৃ㛑৥໪亯◎ˈৠᰖ೼԰ὁ䰘䖥ⱘऔඳ໪ᓩ䍋᧡
ߎDŽ೼䗭ѯ⢔⊕ϟˈᠧ⺼ⷖ䓾ৠᰖгৃ㛑⸈㺖DŽ
‫ڋ‬DŽ
ডᔜ⬅▿⫼੠/៪䤃䁸ⱘ᪡԰⿟ᓣ៪⢔⊕ᓩ䍋ˈৠ
԰ὁᰖˈབᵰ԰ὁऔඳⱘ䰘ӊߛࡆৃ㛑㟛䲅㮣ⱘ
ᰖˈ䗮䘢᥵পϟ߫㌺ߎⱘ䷤䰆᥾ᮑ֓ৃҹᇡ݊䘆
㸠䰆ℶ:
䳏㎮៪݊䳏㎮᥹㿌ˈ䗭ᰖা㛑ᦵԣ㌩㎷ⱘᡞᦵ㸼
䴶DŽߛࡆ㟛“ᐊ䳏”ⱘ䳏㎮᥹㿌ⱘ䰘ӊৃ㛑Փᴀ䳏
k)
a)
㛑໴ᢉ⽺ডᔜ࡯䞣ⱘԡ㕂DŽ 䗮䘢ᦤկ䓨ࡽᡞ᠟ˈ
᪞DŽ
㟇ྟ㟇㌖Փ⫼ᅗˈҹ֓೼ଳࢩᳳ䭧⥆ᕫᇡডᔜ៪
ᇛ䳏⑤㎮㕂ᮐ䘴䲶ᮟ䔝䰘ӊⱘԡ㕂DŽབᵰᙼ༅এ
՟হডឝⱘ᳔໻᥻ࠊDŽབᵰ᥵পњᙄ⭊ⱘ䷤䰆᥾
ᮑˈ᪡԰㗙ৃҹ᥻ࠊ՟হডឝ៪ডᔜ࡯䞣DŽ
᥻ࠊ, 䗭ḍ䳏㎮ৃ㛑᳗㹿ࡆᮋ៪ 㑣ԣˈৠᰖᙼⱘ
᠟㞖៪᠟ᥠৃ㛑᳗㹿ᣑ䘆ᮟ䔝ⱘ䰘ӊDŽ
l)
b)
c)
n)
ⷖ䓾Ⳍডⱘᮍ৥候ࢩDŽ
⭊ᙼ೼‫و‬䴶ᨀ䘟ᴀ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬ᰖˈߛ࣓ՓП䘟䔝DŽ
d)
ᜢDŽ䙓‫ܡ‬Փ䰘ӊᔜ䏇៪㑣㐲DŽ 㾦㨑ˈᇪ䢇䙞㾦៪
ᅮᳳ⏙┨ᴀ䳏ࢩᎹ‫ⱘ݋‬䗮乼ষDŽ
ᔜ䏇ᕔᕔ᳗Փᮟ䔝ⱘ䰘ӊ㑣㐲ˈϺϨᓩ䍋༅᥻៪
䘢ᑺේ〡ৃ㛑䗴៤䳏ॅ䱾DŽ
ߛ࣓೼ᯧ➗ᴤ᭭䰘䖥᪡԰ᴀ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬DŽ☿㢅ৃ㛑
咲➗䗭ѯᴤ᭭DŽ
p)
ߛ࣓Փ⫼㽕∖⎆ᜟ‫ދ‬ॏࡥⱘ䰘ӊDŽབᵰՓ⫼∈៪
݊Ҫ⎆储‫ދ‬ॏࡥˈৃ㛑ᇢ㟈䳏᪞៪㿌䳏DŽ
18
೼㾦㨑ˈᇪ䢇ⱘ䙞㾦ㄝऔඳ԰ὁᰖˈ䳔㽕कߚ䄍
ᇛ䰘ӊᢪܹᙼ䑿储DŽ
ডᔜDŽ
䳏″乼᠛᳗ᇛ♄้਌䘆໪←ܻˈৠᰖ㉝⢔䞥ቀⱘ
o)
ߛ࣓ᇛᙼⱘ䑿储㟇ᮐ೼䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬ডᔜᰖᇛ᳗⿏ࢩ
ⱘԡ㕂DŽ ডᔜ᳗೼᫄ᤣⱘ䙷ϔࠏᇛᴀᎹ‫݋‬ᳱ㨫㟛
‫ ݋‬ՓП༅এᙼᇡ݊ⱘ᥻ࠊDŽ
㟛ᮟ䔝ⱘ䰘ӊⱘᛣ໪᥹㿌ˈৃ㛑㑣ԣᙼⱘ㸷⠽ˈ
ߛ࣓ᇛᙼⱘ᠟㞖ᬒ೼ᮟ䔝ⱘ䰘ӊᮕDŽ 䰘ӊৃ㛑ড
ᔜ䘢ᙼⱘ᠟㞖DŽ
ᴀᎹ‫݋‬䰘ӊ᳾ᅠܼ‫ذ‬ℶПࠡˈϡᕫᇛ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬ᬒ
ϟDŽᮟ䔝ⱘ䰘ӊৃ㛑᳗ᡧԣ㸼䴶ˈᢝࢩᴀ䳏ࢩᎹ
m)
㎞ᦵᴀ䳏ࢩᎹ‫ˈ݋‬ৠᰖᇛᙼⱘ䑿储㟛᠟㞖㕂ᮐᙼ
ࢩᎹ‫݋‬ᲈ䴆ⱘ䞥ቀ䚼ߚᐊ䳏ˈՓ᪡԰㗙䙁ফ䳏
e)
ߛ࣓㺱Ϟ䣌䦜᳼䲩ߔ⠛៪唦ൟ䣌⠛DŽ 䗭串ߔ⠛᳗
䗴៤丏㐕ⱘডᔜ㟛༅᥻DŽ
㐕储Ё᭛
䞱ᇡᠧ⺼੠ⷨ⺼ⱘ䄺ਞ
f)
೼⧒᳝ⱘຕϞ៪݊们Ⳇऔ‫خ‬ϔ‫“ן‬㜨ῑߛষ”ᰖᖙ䷜
कߚ䄍ᜢDŽߌߎⱘⷖ䓾ৃ㛑ߛᮋ✸⇷៪∈ㅵ䘧ˈ
ߛࡆ԰ὁ
䳏㎮៪⠽储ৃ㛑᳗ᓩ䍋ডᔜ DŽ
a)
া㛑Փ⫼⚎ᙼⱘ䳏ࢩᎹ‫᥼݋‬㭺ⱘⷖ䓾串ൟҹঞ⚎
᠔䙌᪛ⱘⷖ䓾䀁㿜ⱘ䅋ᵓDŽ䴲⚎ᴀ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬䀁㿜
ⱘⷖ䓾⛵⊩ᕫࠄᙄ⭊ⱘ䰆䅋ˈৠᰖгϡᅝܼDŽ
b)
c)
া㛑ᇛⷖ䓾⫼ᮐ᥼㭺ⱘ⫼䗨DŽ ՟བˈߛ࣓⫼ߛࡆ
䞱ᇡᢟ‫ܝ‬԰ὁⱘ䄺ਞ
a)
ߛ࣓䅧ᢟ‫ܝ‬ಞ៪݊䰘ӊⱘ㐽ᄤ㞾⬅ᮟ䔝DŽᇛӏԩ
ⷖ䓾ⱘ䙞㾦䘆㸠ᠧ⺼DŽ ໻῵ൟⱘߛࡆⷖ䓾ⱘ䁲⇷
僚ࢩⱘ䰘ӊ㐽ᄤ㮣ད៪ᇛׂ݊ᭈད DŽ僚ࢩ੠ᮟ䔝
⫼䗨⚎਼䙞ᠧ⺼ˈ ㌺䗭ѯⷖ䓾ᮑࡴⱘ‫و‬䴶࡯䞣ৃ
ⱘ䰘ӊ㐽ᄤৃ㛑㑣ԣᙼⱘ᠟ᣛˈ៪㑣㌤೼Ꮉӊ
㛑ᇢ㟈⸈⹢DŽ
ϞDŽ
㟇ྟ㟇㌖ᖙ䷜⚎ᙼ᠔䙌᪛ⱘⷖ䓾᥵⫼⚎⸈᧡ⱘˈ
ሎᇌ㟛໪ᔶℷ⺎ⱘⷖ䓾⊩㰁DŽᙄ⭊ⱘⷖ䓾⊩㰁ᦤ
կⷖ䓾ⱘ㡃དᬃᩤˈᕲ㗠⏯ᇥⷖ䓾⸈᧡ⱘৃ㛑
ᗻDŽ⫼ᮐߛࡆⷖ䓾ⱘ⊩㰁㟛ᠧ⺼ⷖ䓾ⱘ⊩㰁г䀅
᳝᠔ϡৠDŽ
d)
䞱ᇡ䣐㍆ࠋ԰ὁⱘ䄺ਞ
a)
䳔⊼ᛣेՓ೼᱂䗮԰ὁЁˈ䣐㍆ࠋ䛑᳝ৃ㛑⫽ߎ
䣐㍆DŽߛ࣓䗮䘢㌺䣐㍆ࠋᮑࡴ䘢ᑺⱘວ࡯㗠Փ䣐
ߛ࣓Փ⫼՚㞾䓗໻ⱘ䳏ࢩᎹ‫ⷖⱘ᧡⺼ⱘ݋‬䓾DŽ䷤
㍆ফ࡯䘢໻DŽ䣐㍆㛑໴䓩ᯧഄこ䗣㭘ⱘ᳡㺱੠/៪
ᳳ⫼ᮐ䓗໻ⱘ䳏ࢩᎹ‫ⷖⱘ݋‬䓾ϡ䘽ড়䓗ᇣᎹ‫ⱘ݋‬
Ⲃ㝮DŽ
催䗳ᑺˈৠᰖৃ㛑⟚㺖DŽ
ᇜ䭔䞱ᇡᠧ⺼ⱘ両໪ᅝܼᣛफ
ߛࡆ԰ὁ
両໪ⱘᅝܼ䊛㿞
ߛ࣓೼ℸᎹ‫݋‬ϞՓ⫼11 ൟ˄೧䣤⹫ൟ˅ⷖ䓾DŽབ
ᵰՓ⫼ϡᙄⱘ䰘ӊˈৃ㛑ᇢ㟈ফ‫ڋ‬DŽ
a)
ߛ࣓ “䰏า” ߛࡆⷖ䓾៪ᮑࡴ䘢໻ⱘວ࡯DŽߛ࣓௫
䀺‫خ‬䘢⏅ⱘߛࡆDŽⷖ䓾ফວ䘢໻᳗๲ࡴ䉴䓝ˈҹ
ঞՓߛষЁⱘⷖ䓾ᆍᯧᡁ᳆៪ᔢᡬˈৠᰖ䙘ৃ㛑
ᇢ㟈ডᔜ៪ⷖ䓾⸈᧡DŽ
b)
ߛ࣓ᇛᙼⱘ䑿储ԡ㕂㟛ᮟ䔝ⱘⷖ䓾キゟ៤ϔṱ㎮
៪೼݊ᕠ䴶DŽ೼䘟԰ⱘϔࠏˈ⭊ⷖ䓾ᕲᙼ䑿䙞⿏
䍄ᰖˈৃ㛑ߎ⧒ⱘডᔜৃ㛑᳗ᇛᮟ䔝ⱘⷖ䓾੠ᴀ
䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬ᳱ৥ᙼ候ࢩDŽ
c)
⭊ⷖ䓾㹿वԣˈ៪㗙ߎᮐӏԩॳ಴Ёᮋߛࡆᰖˈ
䮰䭝ᴀ䳏ࢩᎹ‫ˈ݋‬ৠᰖ䴰ᦵԣᴀ䳏ࢩᎹ‫ࠄⳈˈ݋‬
ⷖ䓾Ꮖ㍧ᅠܼ‫ذ‬ℶᮟ䔝DŽߛ࣓䀺೪೼ⷖ䓾ҡ✊ᮟ
䔝ᰖᕲߛষϞᢚ䰸ߛࡆ䓾ˈ৺ࠛᇛ᳗᳗ⱐ⫳ড
ᔜDŽ ᩌ⏙ᚙ⊕ˈϺϨ᥵পⷃℷ᥾ᮑҹ⍜䰸ⷖ䓾㹿
व⧒䈵DŽ
d)
ߛ࣓೼ᎹӊϞ䞡ᮄ䭟ྟߛࡆ԰ὁDŽ 䅧ⷖ䓾䘨ࠄܼ
䗳ˈ✊ᕠᇣᖗഄ䞡ᮄ䘆ܹߛষDŽབᵰ೼ᎹӊЁ䞡
䗮⇷ᄨ䗮ᐌ᳗㽚㪟⿏ࢩ䚼ӊˈ಴ℸឝ⭊䙓‫ܡ‬DŽᇀ
僚ⱘ㸷⠽ˈ⦴ᇊ៪䭋僂ৃ㛑᳗㹿⿏ࢩ䚼ӊवԣDŽ
䙓‫ܡ‬㟛՚㞾ࢩ࡯ᠧ⺼ˈ䣌ᄤˈⷨ⺼ˈ䩑ᄨҹঞ݊
Ҫᓎ㆝⌏ࢩЁ⫶⫳ⱘ♄้䭋ᰖ䭧ⱘ᥹㿌DŽこད䰆
䅋᳡ˈৠᰖ⫼㙹ⱖ੠⏙∈≪⋫ᲈ䴆ⱘऔඳDŽབᵰ
♄้䘆ܹᙼⱘఈ䚼ˈⴐ䚼៪≝〡೼ᙼⱘⲂ㝮Ϟˈ
ৃ㛑᳗֗Փ᳝ᆇ⠽䊾ⱘ਌ᬊDŽ
䄺ਞ:
Ꮉ‫݋‬ϡՓ⫼ᰖˈឝᇛᅗᬒ㕂೼ϔ‫ן‬ϡ᳗ᛣ
໪⿏ࢩⱘ〽ᅮ㸼䴶ˈҹ‫݊ܡ‬ᛣ໪ⓒࢩ៪ᓩ䍋㌚‫צ‬
៪ᨨ‫ॅⱘצ‬䱾DŽ䗭ৃ㛑ᇢ㟈ಈ䞡ⱘҎ䑿‫ڋ‬ᆇDŽ
ਞ䁵:
⚎⏯ᇥҎ䑿‫ڋ‬ᆇⱘॅ䱾ˈ೼⏅ܹ㾦㨑៪䙞
㾦԰ὁᰖ䳔Ḑ໪䄍ᜢˈ಴⚎ᴀᎹ‫݊៪݋‬Ҫ䚼ӊ᥹
㿌ࠄϔ‫⃵ן‬㋮㸼䴶៪ᑇ䴶䙞㾦ᰖˈᅗⱘৃ㛑᳗さ
✊੠࡛⚜䘟ࢩDŽ
ᮄ䭟ଳᴀ䳏ࢩᎹ‫ⷖˈ݋‬䓾ৃ㛑㹿वԣˈ৥Ϟߌߎ
៪ডᔜDŽ
e)
ᇡᵓӊ៪ӏԩ䍙໻ⱘᎹӊ䳔㽕‫خ‬ᬃᩤˈҹ֓ᇛⷖ
䓾ᤣ㐂㟛ডᔜⱘॅ䱾䰡Ԣࠄ᳔ᇣDŽ໻Ꮉӊৃ㛑᳗
೼㞾䑿ⱘ䞡䞣ϟߎ⧒ߍ䱋DŽ
ᖙ䷜ᇛᬃᩤ⠽ᬒ㕂೼Ꮉӊϟ䚼ⱘߛࡆ㎮䰘䖥ҹঞ
ⷖ䓾ܽᮕᎹӊⱘ䙞㾦㰩DŽ
19
㐕储Ё᭛
ᙼⱘᎹ‫݋‬Ϟⱘ῭㈸ࣙᣀϟ߫ヺ㰳DŽ䗭ѯヺ㰳ঞ݊
䭟䮰
৿㕽䁾ᯢབϟ:
䄺ਞ:
ᇛᴀᎹ‫᥹݋‬Ϟ䳏⑤䣶ˈᣝϟ✊ᕠ僚䭟䭟䮰
V
.................. ӣ⡍
ϔ⃵㗠ϡ㽕ᣝϟ䥪ᅮᣝ䟩ˈҹ⺎ֱ䭟䮰㰩ᮐ催ッ
A
.................. ᅝ෍
⢔ᜟDŽ
Hz .................. 䌿㤆
ᴀᎹ‫ⱘ݋‬䳏⑤ߎ⧒ӏԩЁᮋˈབ᥹ഄᬙ䱰ᮋ䏃఼
................. ⪺⡍
ⱘଳࢩˈᮋ䏃఼԰⫼ˈᛣ໪ⱘᢨߎᦦ丁៪ᮋ䳏, བ
min.................. ߚ䧬
Ϟ᠔⼎ᣝϟ੠䞟ᬒ䭟䮰DŽབᵰ䭟䮰㹿䥪ᅮ೼䭟ଳ
W
.............. Ѹ⌕䳏
ԡ㕂ˈ䗮䳏ᰖᴀᎹ‫݋‬᳗ᛣ໪ଳࢩDŽ
........... Ⳉ⌕䳏
䄺ਞ:
೼ଳࢩ੠Փ⫼ᳳ䭧ˈ⫼䲭᠟㎞ᦵᴀᎹ‫݋‬ҹ
.............. Ѹ⌕៪Ⳉ⌕䳏
㎁ᣕᇡ݊ⱘ᥻ࠊˈⳈࠄⷖ䓾៪䰘ӊ‫ذ‬ℶ䔝ࢩᰖ⚎
............... ϔ㋮ᓎ䗴
ℶDŽা᳝೼⺎ᅮⷖ䓾Ꮖ㍧ᅠܼ‫ذ‬ℶ䔝ࢩᕠˈᠡ㛑
no ................ ぎ䓝䗳ᑺ
(ᐊ᳝᥹ഄ)
ᇛᴀᎹ‫݋‬ᬒϟ DŽ
䄺ਞ:
................ ᥹ഄッᄤ
⺼ᴎ䘟䔝㟇ܼ䗳DŽᇛᴀᎹ‫݋‬䮰䭝ࠡˈ‫ܜ‬ᇛ݊ᕲ԰
................ ᅝܼ䄺⼎ヺ㰳
(䲭䞡㌩㎷)
BPM
…/min
⚎њ⏯ᇥᛣ໪ⱘᎹ‫݋‬䘟ࢩˈߛ࣓ ೼䉴䓝ṱ
ӊϟᠧ䭟៪䮰䭝ᴀᎹ‫݋‬DŽ᥹㿌԰ὁ䴶Пࠡˈ䅧Ⳉ
................ Ѡ㋮ᓎ䗴
ὁ䴶ᢀ䍋DŽ
............ ↣ߚ䧬㸱᪞ᭌ
......... ↣ߚ䧬
RPM
............ ↣ߚ䧬䔝ᭌ
IPM
............. ↣ߚ䧬㸱᪞ᭌ
sfpm
............ ↣ߚ䧬㸼䴶㣅ሎᭌ
䭬䭔ᓣ䭟䮰 – DW887 (೪1)
䭟䥪ᴚ (C), ԡᮐ䭬䭔ᓣ䭟䮰Ϟ, ᅗᰃ䰆ℶⳈ⺼ᴎᛣ໪ଳࢩ
ⱘϔ‫ן‬ᅝܼ㺱㕂DŽ
ᠧ䭟ᴀᎹ‫݋‬ᰖ,ᇛ䭟䥪ᴚ (C)ᳱᴀᎹ‫ⱘ݋‬ᕠ䚼᥼, ✊ᕠᣝϟ
ֱㅵད䗭ѯᣛफҹ֓Ҟᕠগ㗗
䭬䭔ᓣ䭟䮰 (A)DŽ ೼䭟䮰ᣝϟᰖˈᴀᎹ‫݋‬ᇛ᳗䘟䔝DŽ䞟ᬒ
䁆䭬䭔ᓣ䭟䮰֓ৃ䮰䭝ᴀᎹ‫݋‬DŽ
䳏″
⺎ֱ ᙼⱘ䳏⑤㟛䡬⠠Ϟⱘ῭䄬ਏড়DŽ 10%ҹϞ䳏ວϟ䰡
䄺ਞ:
᳗ᇢ㟈ࡳ⥛୾༅੠䘢➅DŽ᠔᳝DEWALTᎹ‫݋‬ഛ㍧䘢ߎᒴ⁶
㹿ᬒϟᰖˈᅗ᳝ৃ㛑ᛣ໪ଳࢩDŽ
ߛ࣓䮰䭝䭟䥪ᴚDŽ བᵰ䭟䥪ᴚ㹿䮰䭝, ⭊
倫DŽབᴀᎹ‫݋‬ϡ㛑䘟԰ˈ䂟⁶ᶹ䳏⑤DŽ
䥪ᅮᣝ䟩 – DW887
䥪ᅮᣝ䟩೼ᓊ䭋Փ⫼ⱘឝ⫼Ёᦤկњ᳈໮ⱘ㟦䘽ᛳDŽᇛᴀ
䚼ӊ (೪1)
䄺ਞ:
Ꮉ‫݋‬ᠧ䭟ᰖˈ᥼ࢩ䭟䥪ᴚ (C) ˈ✊ᕠᣝϟ䭬䭔ᓣ䭟䮰DŽ ೼
ϡᕫᬍ㺱ᴀ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݊៪݋‬ӏԩ䚼ӊDŽ䗭
ৃ㛑ᇢ㟈᧡າ៪Ҏ䑿‫ڋ‬ᆇDŽ
A. 䭬䭔ᓣ䭟䮰
ᴀᎹ‫݋‬䘟䔝ᰖˈᣝϟ䥪ᅮᣝ䟩 (B)DŽ ᴀᎹ‫݋‬ᇛ䗷㑠ᮟ䔝Ⳉ
ࠄ䁆䭬䭔ᓣ䭟䮰㹿僚䭟ᰖ⚎ℶDŽ
ᇛᴀᎹ‫݋‬䮰䭝ᰖ, ᣝϟ✊ᕠ䞟ᬒ䭬䭔ᓣ䭟䮰DŽ䗭ᇛՓᴀᎹ
‫ذ݋‬ℶDŽ
B. 䥪ᅮᣝ䟩
䄺ਞ:
C. 䭟䥪ᴚ
೼ᴀᎹ‫᥹݋‬㿌԰ὁ䴶ࠡˈ䅧ᅗ䘨ࠄܼ䗳DŽ
ᇛᴀᎹ‫݋‬䮰䭝ࠡˈ‫ܜ‬ᇛ݊ᕲ԰ὁ䴶ᢀ䍋DŽ
䷤ᳳ⫼䗨
DW887 䞡ൟⳈ⺼ᴎ䀁㿜⫼ᮐᇜὁᠧ⺼DŽߛ࣓೼╂▩⢔⊕
᪡԰
៪᳝ᯧ➗⎆储៪⇷储ᰖՓ⫼ᴀᎹ‫݋‬DŽ
䄺ਞ: ⚎䰡Ԣಈ䞡Ҏ䑿‫ڋ‬ᆇⱘॅ䱾, ೼‫خ‬ӏԩ䂓ᭈ
䗭ѯ䞡ൟⳈ⺼ᴎ⚎ᇜὁ䳏ࢩᎹ‫݋‬DŽߛ࣓䅧‫ܦ‬ス᥹㿌ᴀ
៪ᢚ䰸/ᅝ㺱ӏԩ䰘ቀ⠽៪䰘ӊࠡˈ‫ܜ‬ᇛᴀᎹ‫݋‬䮰
Ꮉ‫݋‬DŽ⛵㍧倫ⱘ᪡԰㗙Փ⫼ᴀᎹ‫݋‬ᰖ䳔㽕ࡴҹⲷⴷDŽ
䭝ˈᇛᦦ丁ᕲ䳏⑤ᦦᑻϞᢨߎDŽ
䞡ᮄ䗷᥹ᴀᎹ‫ࠡ݋‬, ᣝϟ✊ᕠ僚䭟䭟䮰ҹ⺎ֱᴀᎹ
‫݋‬㰩ᮐ䮰䭝⢔ᜟDŽ
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ᅝ㺱ᠧ⺼䓾
1.
3.
䷜䘆㸠⏙⋫੠⏙┨DŽϡᕫᇛ仆亳ˈୱ∈៪਌✭ᇢ
䔝ᇛ݊ᢚ䰸DŽা䳔⫼ϔ䲏ᡇ᠟ᦵԣ೼Џ䓌ⱘᲈ䴆
㟈ⱘᖂ㉦⬭೼♄้ৃ㛑≝〡ⱘ԰ὁ䴶ϞDŽ
䚼ߚᦤկⱘᑇᵓˈ֓ৃՓЏ䓌ֱᣕ䴰ℶDŽ
2.
ᇚ㶎ᷧᢻ㋻㟇䎇ҹՓⷖ䕂ϡᠧ⒥ᮟ䕀ЎℶDŽ
3.
˄೼ᅝ㺱њϔ。ᮄⱘ៪᳓ҷⷖ䓾ᰖ˅ଳࢩᴀᎹ
‫ˈ݋‬೼ϔ‫ן‬ফࠄ㡃དֱ䅋ⱘऔඳᦵԣᴀᎹ‫݋‬DŽབ
ᵰⷖ䓾᳝ϔ‫ן‬᳾⁶␀ߎⱘ㺖㋟៪㔎䱋ˈᅗឝ⭊᳗
೼ϡࠄϔߚ䧬ⱘᰖ䭧ܻ⟚㺖DŽߛ࣓೼ⷖ䓾ᇡ㨫ϔ
⪄๗ᅝܼ
1.
⏙䰸⊍ⓚⱘᮍᓣឝ‫ৃⲵࠄخ‬㛑ᇥഄ⫶⫳้඗DŽ
2.
ឝ⭊⫼4ᆚ㘇ล㝴Ꮧᇛ䰸ⓚ԰ὁⱘऔඳᇕ䭝DŽ
3.
ᠧ⺼ᮍᓣឝ‫ৃⲵࠄخ‬㛑⏯ᇥ԰ὁ䴶໪ⱘ⊍ⓚ้඗
ⱘ⮩䎵DŽ
‫ן‬Ҏⱘᚙ⊕ϟᇛ݊䭟ଳDŽࣙᣀ᪡԰㗙ᴀ䑿DŽ
䄺ਞ:
೼ଳࢩ੠䘽⫼ᳳ䭧ˈ⫼䲭᠟㎞ᦵᴀᎹ‫݋‬
ҹ㎁ᣕᇡ݊᥻ࠊˈⳈࠄⷖ䓾៪䰘ӊ‫ذ‬ℶ䔝ࢩ⚎
ℶDŽᇛᴀᎹ‫݋‬ᬒϟࠡˈ⺎ֱⷖ䓾Ꮖ㍧ᅠܼ‫ذ‬ℶ䔝
⏙┨㟛㰩⧚
1.
᳈᦯DŽ
2.
ᇕᓣൗഒ㔤ܻˈϺϨ䗮䘢ℷᐌⱘൗഒᬊ䲚⿟ᓣࡴ
༒೼ᎹӊЁˈ៪ᮑࡴϡᖙ㽕ⱘວ࡯DŽা㛑೼ⷖ䓾㸼䴶ⷨ
ҹ㰩⧚DŽ
⺼ (೪ 3), 䰸䴲ᙼ᪕᳝ϔ䲏⡍㻑ⱘˈ‫ܕ‬䀅೼݊‫و‬䴶ⷨ⺼ⱘ
⏙┨ᳳ䭧, ߛ࣓䅧‫ܦ‬ス㟛ᄩ်᥹䖥԰ὁ䴶DŽ
⡍⅞ⷖ䓾DŽ
3.
⊍ⓚᠧ⺼ᰖⱘ⊼ᛣџ䷙
ࡴҹᖍᑩ⏙⋫ᠡ㛑‫⃵ݡ‬Փ⫼DŽ
㎁ׂ
⬅ᮐϡ㍧䘢࣪ᅌߚᵤ֓䲷ᮐ߸ᮋᶤ。⊍ⓚᰃ৺৿
䄺ਞ:
᳝䠯ˈ಴ℸ䘆㸠ӏԩ⊍ⓚⱘᠧ⺼ᰖˈ៥‫᥼ץ‬㭺ϟ
ᮋ݊䳏⑤DŽᕲᮄ䗷᥹ᴀᎹ‫ ˈࠡ݋‬ᣝϟϺ僚䭟䳏⑤
䭟䮰ˈҹ⺎ֱᴀᎹ‫݋‬Ꮖ㍧䮰ᥝDŽ
Ҏ䑿ᅝܼ
䘆㸠⊍ⓚᠧ⺼ˈ೼᠔᳝⏙┨ᅠ៤Пࠡˈϡᕫ䅧‫ܦ‬
ス៪ᄩ်䘆ܹ԰ὁ䴶DŽ
2.
䁾ᯢ:
⚎䰡Ԣಈ䞡Ҏ䑿‫ڋ‬ᆇⱘॅ䱾, ‫خ‬ӏԩ䂓ᭈ
៪ᢚ䰸/ᅝ㺱䰘ቀક៪䰘ӊࠡˈ䮰䭝ᴀᎹ‫݋‬ϺϨߛ
߫⊼ᛣџ䷙DŽ
1.
‫ܦ‬スՓ⫼ⱘ᠔᳝⥽‫⋫ৃˈ݋‬⒠ⱘ‫ׅٶ‬㟛⫼‫݋‬ᖙ䷜
ϡ᥼㭺⫼ᮐᠧ⺼䠯෎⊍ⓚˈ಴⚎ফࠄ∵ᶧⱘ♄้
䲷ҹ᥻ࠊDŽ䠯ᇡ‫ܦ‬ス㟛ᄩ်ⱘॅ䱾᳔໻DŽ
2.
ឝ⭊ᇛⓈลᏗᬊ䲚䍋՚ˈϺϨ㟛ӏԩ䞥ቀ⹢ሥ៪
݊们⏙䰸ⱘ⹢ሥϔ䘧㰩⧚DŽឝ⭊ᇛᅗ‫ץ‬ᬒ㕂೼ᆚ
඗ˈ䂟೼唏ᄤ䚼ԡՓ⫼ষ㔽DŽ㽕୘ᕙⷖ䓾DŽߛ࣓ᇛⷖ䓾
1.
೼ᠧ⺼䷙Ⳃᳳ䭧ˈᯢ໽ᖙ䷜ᇡ԰ὁ䴶᠔᳝ⱘ㸼䴶
ᖍᑩഄ䘆㸠਌้੠⏙┨DŽ਌఼้䘢◒㹟ឝ⭊丏㐕
ࢩDŽ
ᇛᎹӊᬒ䘆ϔ䲏㰢丁䠫ˈ៪ᇛ݊༒㎞DŽབᵰ԰ὁ᦮䍋้
ϡᕫ೼԰ὁ䴶仆亳ˈୱ∈៪਌✭ҹ䰆ℶ⊼ܹফࠄ
∵ᶧⱘᖂ㉦DŽ ೼仆亳ˈୱ∈៪਌✭ПࠡˈᎹҎᖙ
˄⭊䴶ᇡ䰘ӊⱘ໪‫و‬ᰖ˅ᇛᅝ㺱㶎ᷧ⊓䗚ᰖ䞱ᮟ
⏙┨
䘆ܹ԰ὁ䴶ⱘ᠔᳝Ҏવ䛑ᖙ䷜Խᐊ䰆้䴶㔽៪੐
䄺ਞ:
਌఼DŽ ㆽ⁶⿟ᓣᖙ䷜↣໽ˈ៪㗙೼Խ᠈㗙ᛳࠄ੐
඗ᕲ䳏″੠䭟䮰㟈ࢩ఼Ϟ਍䍄ᰃϔ‫ן‬ᖙ㽕ⱘᅮᳳ
਌ೄ䲷ᰖ䘆㸠᳈᦯DŽ
㎁䅋⿟ᓣDŽ৿᳝䞥ቀሥⱘ♄้㟛้඗䗮ᐌ᳗೼ܻ
া㛑໴Փ⫼䘽⫼ᮐ䠯ᗻ⊍ⓚ♄้੠✭䳻ⱘ䰆้ষ
㔽DŽ᱂䗮ⱘ⊍ⓚষ㔽ϡ㛑ᦤկ䗭。ֱ䅋DŽ䂟ࠄᙼ⭊ഄⱘ
Ѩ䞥ᑫᇟᡒᙄ⭊ⱘN.I.O.S.H.ᡍ‫ⱘⱘޚ‬ষ㔽DŽ
߽⫼⏙┨ˈђ➹ⱘວ㐂ぎ⇷ᇛ♄้㟛้
䚼㸼䴶ේ〡ˈৠᰖˈབᵰ᳾㛑䘆㸠丏㐕ⱘ⏙┨ ˈ
ৃ㛑᳗⫶⫳䳏᪞៪㿌䳏DŽᓎ䅄᥵⫼ ϔ䲏“᥹ഄᬙ䱰
ᮋ䏃఼˄GFCI˅ˈᇡᴀᎹ‫݋‬䘆㸠⁶ᶹ੠⏙┨ˈ✊
ᕠ‫ݡ‬䞡ᮄ䀁㕂GFCIDŽ⏙┨੠Փ⫼ᴀᎹ‫݋‬ᰖˈ㟇ྟ
㟇㌖᠈Ϟ䅋Ⳃ䦵˄ANSIZZ87.1)DŽ
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䄺ਞ˖
ߛ࣓Փ⫼⒊ࡥ៪݊Ҫ⚜ᗻ࣪ᅌ㻑ક՚⏙
┨Ꮉ‫ⱘ݋‬䴲䞥ቀ䳊ӊDŽ䗭ѯ࣪ᅌ⠽䊾ৃ㛑᳗ࠞᔅ
䗭ѯ䚼ԡՓ⫼ⱘล㝴ᴤ᭭DŽ䂟⫼Ꮧ㰌⑿੠ⱘ㙹ⱖ
∈᪺ᣁDŽߛ࣓䅧ӏԩ⎆储䘆ܹᎹ‫⽕ˈ݋‬ℶ䅧Ꮉ‫݋‬
ⱘӏԩ䚼ߚ೼⎆储Ё⍌⊵DŽ
┸⒥
ᙼⱘ䳏ࢩᎹ‫⛵݋‬䳔঺㸠┸⒥DŽ
䳏″ࠋ
DW887
䂟㙃㐿ᙼ⭊ഄⱘ᳡ࢭЁᖗ⁶ᶹ䳏″DŽ
䰘ӊ
䄺ਞ˖
⬅ᮐ䴲DEWALTᦤկⱘ䰘ӊ⚎೼ᴀ⫶ક
Ϟ‫خ‬䘢䀺倫ˈ䗭串䰘ӊৃ㛑‫݋‬᳝ॅ䱾DŽ ⚎䰡Ԣফ
‫ॅⱘڋ‬䱾ˈা㛑ᇛDEWALT᥼㭺ⱘ䰘ӊ⫼ᮐᴀ⫶
કDŽ
ᕲᙼ⭊ഄᰃ㍧䢋ଚ៪㍧䘢ᥜ⃞ⱘ᳡ࢭЁᖗˈৃҹ䗮䘢両
໪Ҭ䊏⥆ᕫ᥼㭺㟛ᙼⱘḍ᪮ϔ䘧Փ⫼ⱘ䰘ӊDŽབᵰᙼ೼
䰘ӊᇟᡒᮍ䴶䳔㽕ӏԩनࡽˈᭀ䂟㙃㐿ᙼ᳔䖥ⱘ
DEWALTᎹὁᎹ‫݀݋‬ৌˈ៪ⱏ䣘៥‫ⱘץ‬㎆キ:
http://www.dewalt.com.
䄺ਞ˖ ⚎䰡Ԣফ‫ॅⱘڋ‬䱾 ˈᠧ⺼ᰖ㟇ྟ㟇㌖Փ
⫼ᙄ⭊ⱘ䰆䅋ᵓˈϺϨ᠈Ϟ䅋Ⳃ䦵.
Ⳉ⺼ᴎ䰘ӊ
㺱དⱘⷖ䓾੠ㆁ丁
ׂ⧚
⚎⺎ֱ⫶કᅝܼ੠ৃ䴴ᗻ, ׂ⧚, ㎁ׂ੠䂓ᭈ (ࣙᣀ䳏″ࠋ
⁶ᶹ㟛᳈᦯)ឝ⭊⬅DEWALTᎹᒴ᳡ࢭЁᖗ, DEWALTᥜ⃞
ⱘ᳡ࢭЁᖗ៪݊Ҫ᳝䊛⅋ⱘ㎁ׂҎવ䘆㸠DŽ 㟇ྟ㟇㌖Փ
⫼Ⳍৠⱘ᳓᦯䚼ӊDŽ
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