Areas of Application:
- visual impairment
- Braille label
- Signage of buildings
On the front side, the room number in the upper area of the pane, both in Braille braille and in raised profiled writing with a prism-shaped cross section, is placed next to one another in succession.
In order for the numbers to be user-friendly, the Braille script is displayed with little contrast in the color and brightness tones of the background. In contrast, the profile font is applied in white on a dark gray background for visually impaired, partially sighted persons and for persons who feel the tactile written form.
On the reverse side, a dark gray color stripe is covered over the entire width of the sign in the upper area. The strip height is 20 percent of the viewing height, or the transparent panel of the door plate.
The stripe serves for the optimal contrasting behind the visually perceptible room numbers. For persons with limited visual perception, this contrast surface makes it easier to find bright or transparent signs in front of bright wall surfaces. The backing must not contain any detectable inclusions of foreign particles or substances. Possible are scratch-resistant screen printing, digital printing or through-dyed laminated films as color stripes.
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