These DBT templates should be used in Spanish-speaking countries.
When producing Spanish braille intended for English-speaking countries, one should actually select an English UEB template and follow these instructions (apply the Spanish style on Spanish text).
For Spanish-speaking countries, DBT provides a choice of templates.
Virtually all Spanish braille is produced without contractions. For this purpose, choose Espanol sin Contracciones ("sin" means without).
The other two DBT templates are rarely used. Espanol con Contracciones is for fully contracted braille ("con" means with).
Espanol Reducida is for partially contracted braille. ("Reducida" in this context means reduced contractions.)
For the details about the DBT translator used for Spanish: click here.