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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 13, BRAKING / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM GERMANY
JUSTIFICATION Supplement 5 to the 09 Series of amendments introduced new requirements into paragraph 5.1.3.6., with respect to the use of the electrical energy by the trailer, available through the ISO 7638 connector as follows: The brakes and running gear functions shall be exclusively powered via the ISO 7638 connector. This meant that it was not possible to provide back-up powering from other power sources in the event of a failure within the ISO 7638 connector. In addition it did not prohibit the use of the electrical energy to power non- brakes and running gear functions. (...) This proposal is intended to make clear that electrical energy available via the ISO 7638 connector may be used to power a trailer information system for the purpose of transmitting information.
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Score: 1175280.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...TRANS/WP.29/GRRF/2001/6&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 48, INSTALLATION OF LIGHTING AND LIGHT-SIGNALLING DEVICES / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM GERMANY
With pointer instruments, the measuring range shall be such that all readings are made in the upper third of the measuring scale. 1/ This method of measurement has been written for the case in which the socket of the trailer connector is mounted on the towing vehicle. It applies equally to an articulated vehicle in which the socket is mounted on the semi-trailer, for which case, however, the words "plug" and "socket" should be interchanged wherever they refer to a trailer connector (see figure 1 in ISO 3559 – (Date of version: 1976)). (...) On vehicles, which are fitted with a trailer connector socket, these measurements shall be made without an electrical load applied to the connector socket. 4.2.4.2 On vehicles which are fitted with a trailer connector socket, additional measurements shall be made in accordance with ISO 3559 – (Date of version: 1976). 4.3 Measurement of working voltages on trailers 4.3.1 The trailer plug shall be coupled to a test socket conforming to Table 1 below. (...) Table 1: The state of standards is the following: 7 – pole connector, type 12N (normal) ISO 1724, Third edition, 1997 12 V system: 7 – pole connector, type 12S (supplementary) ISO 3732, third edition, 1997 7 – pole connector, type 24N (normal) ISO 1185, Second edition, 1997 24 V system: 7 – pole connector, type 24S (supplementary) ISO 3731, third edition, 1997 12 V system: 13 – pole connector ISO 11 446, Second edition, 1995 24 V system: 15 – pole connector ISO 12 098, First edition, 1994 " * * * TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2003/20/Rev.2 page 7 B.
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Score: 1174688.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...WP.29/GRE/2003/20/REV.2&Lang=E
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Score: 1171767.4 - https://www.unido.org/our-focu...initiative-partnering-globally
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(b) Environmental protection shall be a minimum of IP 54 (c) The connector shall not be interchangeable with an existing electrical connector currently used on the towing vehicle i.e. (...) The electrically controlled steering system of the trailer shall continue to function at a voltage of [19.2V] measured at the connector interface. 3.3. The nominal operating voltage is 24V 3.4. (...) (b) Environmental protection shall be a minimum of IP 54 (c) The connector shall not be interchangeable with an existing electrical connector currently used on the towing vehicle i.e.
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Score: 1171369.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.29/GRRF/2013/25&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 48, INSTALLATION OF LIGHTING AND LIGHT-SIGNALLING DEVICES / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERTS FROM THE CZECH REPUBLIC AND GERMANY
On towing vehicles and trailers with 12 V system the installation of a 13-pole connector ISO 11 446 instead of or in addition to a 7–pole socket and plug is permissible. 5.26.2. On towing vehicles and trailers with 24 V system the installation of a 15-pole connector ISO 12 098 instead of or in addition to a 7–pole socket and plug is permissible. 5.26.3. (...) The state of standards is the following: 12 V system: 7 – pole connector, type 12N (normal) ISO 1724, Third edition, 1997 7 – pole connector, type 12S (supplementary) ISO 3732, Third edition, 1997 24 V system: 7 – pole connector, type 24N (normal) ISO 1185, Second edition, 1997 7 – pole connector, type 24S (supplementary) ISO 3731, Third edition, 1997 12 V system: 13 – pole connector ISO 11 446, Second edition, 1995, Amend. 1, 1997 24 V system: 15 – pole connector ISO 12 098, First edition, Corr.1, 2001 _________
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Score: 1170916.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...WP.29/GRE/2003/22/REV.1&Lang=E
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AddCapacityToTopologicalLinkEndInformation ::= RequestedPointCapacity AddCapacityToTopologicalLinkEndResult ::= SEQUENCE { resultingCapacity PointCapacity, resultingnetworkCTPs NWTPList, resultingProvisionedLinkEndCapacity PointCapacity } AddCapacityToTopologicalLinkInformation ::= RequestedCapacity AddCapacityToTopologicalLinkResult ::= SEQUENCE { resultingCapacity Capacity, resultingLinkConnections LinkConnectionList } AddNWTTPsToAccessGroupInformation ::= SEQUENCE { nwTTPs SET OF ObjectInstance, accessGroup ObjectInstance OPTIONAL } AddNWTTPsToAccessGroupResult ::= SEQUENCE { accessGroup ObjectInstance, addedNWTTPs SET OF ObjectInstance } AssignLinkConnectionOnLogicalLinkInformation ::= SEQUENCE { layerNetworkDomain ObjectInstance, requestedLinkConnections LinkConnectionList } AssignLinkConnectionOnLogicalLinkResult ::= LinkConnectionList AssignNetworkCTPOnLogicalLinkEndInformation ::= CTPList AssignNetworkCTPOnLogicalLinkEndResult ::= CTPList AvailableSignalRateList ::= SET OF SignalRate Bandwidth ::= SEQUENCE OF SEQUENCE {ingress INTEGER, egress INTEGER} Boolean ::= BOOLEAN Capacities ::= SEQUENCE { availableLinkCapacity Capacity, maxProvisionableCapacity Capacity, potentialLinkCapacity Capacity, provisionedLinkCapacity Capacity } Capacity ::= CHOICE { numberOfLinkConnections [0] INTEGER, bandwidth [1] Bandwidth } Channels ::= SET OF Channel Channel ::= INTEGER ComponentPointers ::= SET OF ObjectInstance CompositePointer ::= RelatedObjectInstance ConfiguredConnectivity ::= ENUMERATED { sourceConnect(0), sinkConnect(1), bidirectionalConnect(2), noConnect(3) } ConnectionList ::= SET OF ObjectInstance ConnectivityEndPoint ::= CHOICE { sncTp [1] ObjectInstance, linkEnd [2] ObjectInstance, accessGroup [3] ObjectInstance } ConnectivityPointer ::= RelatedObjectInstance ControlActionType ::= ENUMERATED { closeContinuously(0), openContinuously(1), closeMomentarily(2), openMomentarily(3)} ControlResult ::= ENUMERATED { complete(0), alreadyInCondition(1), fail-InvalidControlActionType(2), fail-ReasonUnknown(3)} ControlState ::= ENUMERATED {closed(0), open(1)} Count ::= INTEGER CTPList ::= NWTPList DeassignLinkConnectionFromLogicalLinkInformation ::= LinkConnectionList DeassignNetworkCTPFromLogicalLinkEndInformation ::= CTPList ExternalPointMessage ::= GraphicString Implicit ::= BOOLEAN(TRUE) Integer ::= INTEGER LinkConnectionList ::= ConnectionList LinkDirectionality ::= ENUMERATED { unidirectional(0), bidirectional(1), undefined(2)} LinkEnd ::= CHOICE { subnetwork [0] ObjectInstance, accessGroup [1] ObjectInstance, linkEnd [2] ObjectInstance } MappingList ::= SEQUENCE OF PayloadLevel NeAssignmentPointer ::= CHOICE { notAvailable NULL, relatedObject ObjectInstance, string GraphicString } None ::= NULL NWTPList ::= SET OF ObjectInstance PayloadLevel ::= CharacteristicInformation PointCapacity ::= CHOICE { numberOfTPs [0] INTEGER, bandwidth [1] Bandwidth } PointDirectionality ::= ENUMERATED {sink(1), source(2), bidirectional(3)} PortAssociations ::= SET OF PortAssociation PortAssociation ::= SEQUENCE { portId NameType, portTrail PointerOrNull -- the choice of NULL means unassigned } PortSignalRateAndMappingList ::= SET OF SEQUENCE {portId NameType, signalRate SignalRate, mappingList MappingList OPTIONAL} PtoPoint ::= SEQUENCE {aEnd ConnectivityEndPoint, zEnd ConnectivityEndPoint } QofConnectivityService ::= ObjectInstance RemoveCapacityFromTopLinkEndInformation ::= RequestedPointCapacity RemoveCapacityFromTopLinkEndResult ::= SEQUENCE { resultingCapacity PointCapacity, resultingLinkConnections LinkConnectionList } RemoveCapacityFromTopologicalLinkInformation ::= RequestedCapacity RemoveCapacityFromTopologicalLinkResult ::= Capacity RequestedPointCapacity ::= CHOICE { specificTPs [1] NWTPList, capacity [2] PointCapacity } RequestedCapacity ::= CHOICE { specificChannels [1] SEQUENCE OF Channel, capacity [2] Capacity } ResetError ::= ENUMERATED {resetFail(0), entityInService(1), ... } ResetLevel ::= CHOICE {completeReset NULL, partialReset INTEGER } ServiceAffectingErrorParameter ::= ENUMERATED {affectingExistingService(0), ... } SignalId ::= CHOICE { simple [0] CharacteristicInformation, bundle [1] Bundle, complex [3] SEQUENCE OF Bundle } SignalRate ::= CHOICE { objectClass [0] OBJECT IDENTIFIER, characteristicInformation [1] CharacteristicInformation } SubNetworkConnectionPointerList ::= SEQUENCE OF RelatedObjectInstance TopologicalEndDirectionality ::= ENUMERATED { undefined(0), sink(1), source(2), bidirectional(3)} TPList ::= SET OF ObjectInstance TrafficDescriptor ::= ObjectInstance UsageCost ::= INTEGER(0..255) UserIdentifier ::= NameType ValidControlType ::= ENUMERATED {momentaryOnly(0), continuousOnly(1), both(2)} ConnectorType ::= INTEGER -- currently defined values for ConnectorType are fcConnectorType ConnectorType ::= 1 -- Fibre Connector lcConnectorType ConnectorType ::= 2 -- Lucent connector scConnectorType ConnectorType ::= 3 -- Subscriber Connector PhysicalPortSignalRateAndMappingList ::= CHOICE { diverse SEQUENCE {downstream SignalRateAndMappingList, upStream SignalRateAndMappingList}, uniform SignalRateAndMappingList } PortNumber ::= INTEGER SignalRateAndMappingList ::= SET OF SEQUENCE { -- only one member in the case of TDM signalRate SignalRate, mappingList MappingList OPTIONAL, wavelength WaveLength OPTIONAL} -- used for WDM -- the SignalRateAndMappingList is a SET OF to accommodate multiple wavelengths on a single TTP Reach ::= INTEGER WaveLength ::= INTEGER END -- Generated by Asnp, the ASN.1 pretty-printer of France Telecom R&D
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Score: 1170682 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...-amd8/M3100ASN1TypeModule2.asn
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AddCapacityToTopologicalLinkEndInformation ::= RequestedPointCapacity AddCapacityToTopologicalLinkEndResult ::= SEQUENCE { resultingCapacity PointCapacity , resultingnetworkCTPs NWTPList , resultingProvisionedLinkEndCapacity PointCapacity } AddCapacityToTopologicalLinkInformation ::= RequestedCapacity AddCapacityToTopologicalLinkResult ::= SEQUENCE { resultingCapacity Capacity , resultingLinkConnections LinkConnectionList } AddNWTTPsToAccessGroupInformation ::= SEQUENCE { nwTTPs SET OF ObjectInstance , accessGroup ObjectInstance OPTIONAL } AddNWTTPsToAccessGroupResult ::= SEQUENCE { accessGroup ObjectInstance , addedNWTTPs SET OF ObjectInstance } AssignLinkConnectionOnLogicalLinkInformation ::= SEQUENCE { layerNetworkDomain ObjectInstance , requestedLinkConnections LinkConnectionList } AssignLinkConnectionOnLogicalLinkResult ::= LinkConnectionList AssignNetworkCTPOnLogicalLinkEndInformation ::= CTPList AssignNetworkCTPOnLogicalLinkEndResult ::= CTPList AvailableSignalRateList ::= SET OF SignalRate Bandwidth ::= SEQUENCE OF SEQUENCE {ingress INTEGER , egress INTEGER } Boolean ::= BOOLEAN Capacities ::= SEQUENCE { availableLinkCapacity Capacity , maxProvisionableCapacity Capacity , potentialLinkCapacity Capacity , provisionedLinkCapacity Capacity } Capacity ::= CHOICE { numberOfLinkConnections [0] INTEGER , bandwidth [1] Bandwidth } Channels ::= SET OF Channel Channel ::= INTEGER ComponentPointers ::= SET OF ObjectInstance CompositePointer ::= RelatedObjectInstance ConfiguredConnectivity ::= ENUMERATED { sourceConnect(0), sinkConnect(1), bidirectionalConnect(2), noConnect(3) } ConnectionList ::= SET OF ObjectInstance ConnectivityEndPoint ::= CHOICE { sncTp [1] ObjectInstance , linkEnd [2] ObjectInstance , accessGroup [3] ObjectInstance } ConnectivityPointer ::= RelatedObjectInstance ControlActionType ::= ENUMERATED { closeContinuously(0), openContinuously(1), closeMomentarily(2), openMomentarily(3)} ControlResult ::= ENUMERATED { complete(0), alreadyInCondition(1), fail-InvalidControlActionType(2), fail-ReasonUnknown(3)} ControlState ::= ENUMERATED {closed(0), open(1)} Count ::= INTEGER CTPList ::= NWTPList DeassignLinkConnectionFromLogicalLinkInformation ::= LinkConnectionList DeassignNetworkCTPFromLogicalLinkEndInformation ::= CTPList ExternalPointMessage ::= GraphicString Implicit ::= BOOLEAN ( TRUE ) Integer ::= INTEGER LinkConnectionList ::= ConnectionList LinkDirectionality ::= ENUMERATED { unidirectional(0), bidirectional(1), undefined(2)} LinkEnd ::= CHOICE { subnetwork [0] ObjectInstance , accessGroup [1] ObjectInstance , linkEnd [2] ObjectInstance } MappingList ::= SEQUENCE OF PayloadLevel NeAssignmentPointer ::= CHOICE { notAvailable NULL , relatedObject ObjectInstance , string GraphicString } None ::= NULL NWTPList ::= SET OF ObjectInstance PayloadLevel ::= CharacteristicInformation PointCapacity ::= CHOICE { numberOfTPs [0] INTEGER , bandwidth [1] Bandwidth } PointDirectionality ::= ENUMERATED {sink(1), source(2), bidirectional(3)} PortAssociations ::= SET OF PortAssociation PortAssociation ::= SEQUENCE { portId NameType , portTrail PointerOrNull -- the choice of NULL means unassigned } PortSignalRateAndMappingList ::= SET OF SEQUENCE {portId NameType , signalRate SignalRate , mappingList MappingList OPTIONAL } PtoPoint ::= SEQUENCE {aEnd ConnectivityEndPoint , zEnd ConnectivityEndPoint } QofConnectivityService ::= ObjectInstance RemoveCapacityFromTopLinkEndInformation ::= RequestedPointCapacity RemoveCapacityFromTopLinkEndResult ::= SEQUENCE { resultingCapacity PointCapacity , resultingLinkConnections LinkConnectionList } RemoveCapacityFromTopologicalLinkInformation ::= RequestedCapacity RemoveCapacityFromTopologicalLinkResult ::= Capacity RequestedPointCapacity ::= CHOICE { specificTPs [1] NWTPList , capacity [2] PointCapacity } RequestedCapacity ::= CHOICE { specificChannels [1] SEQUENCE OF Channel , capacity [2] Capacity } ResetError ::= ENUMERATED {resetFail(0), entityInService(1), ... } ResetLevel ::= CHOICE {completeReset NULL , partialReset INTEGER } ServiceAffectingErrorParameter ::= ENUMERATED {affectingExistingService(0), ... } SignalId ::= CHOICE { simple [0] CharacteristicInformation , bundle [1] Bundle , complex [3] SEQUENCE OF Bundle } SignalRate ::= CHOICE { objectClass [0] OBJECT IDENTIFIER , characteristicInformation [1] CharacteristicInformation } SubNetworkConnectionPointerList ::= SEQUENCE OF RelatedObjectInstance TopologicalEndDirectionality ::= ENUMERATED { undefined(0), sink(1), source(2), bidirectional(3)} TPList ::= SET OF ObjectInstance TrafficDescriptor ::= ObjectInstance UsageCost ::= INTEGER (0..255) UserIdentifier ::= NameType ValidControlType ::= ENUMERATED {momentaryOnly(0), continuousOnly(1), both(2)} ConnectorType ::= INTEGER -- currently defined values for ConnectorType are fcConnectorType ConnectorType ::= 1 -- Fibre Connector lcConnectorType ConnectorType ::= 2 -- Lucent connector scConnectorType ConnectorType ::= 3 -- Subscriber Connector PhysicalPortSignalRateAndMappingList ::= CHOICE { diverse SEQUENCE {downstream SignalRateAndMappingList , upStream SignalRateAndMappingList }, uniform SignalRateAndMappingList } PortNumber ::= INTEGER SignalRateAndMappingList ::= SET OF SEQUENCE { -- only one member in the case of TDM signalRate SignalRate , mappingList MappingList OPTIONAL , wavelength WaveLength OPTIONAL } -- used for WDM -- the SignalRateAndMappingList is a SET OF to accommodate multiple wavelengths on a single TTP Reach ::= INTEGER WaveLength ::= INTEGER END -- Generated by Asnp , the ASN.1 pretty-printer of France Telecom R&D
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Score: 1170682 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ...amd8/M3100ASN1TypeModule2.html
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PROPOSAL FOR A DRAFT AMENDMENT TO UN REGULATION NO. 86
The 13-pole connector specified in ISO 11446-1:2012 (Road vehicles - Connectors for the electrical connection of towing and towed vehicles - Part 1: 13-pole connectors for vehicles with 12 V nominal supply voltage not intended to cross water fords) or ISO 11446-2:2012 (Road vehicles - Connectors for the electrical connection of towing and towed vehicles - Part 2: 13-pole connectors for vehicles with 12 V nominal supply voltage intended to cross water fords) may be used alternatively. In addition, a 7-pole connector specified in ISO 3732:2003 (Road vehicles - Connectors for the electrical connection of towing and towed vehicles - 7-pole connector type 12 S (supplementary) for vehicles with 12 V nominal supply voltage) may be installed." (...) The supplementary 7-pole connector according to ISO 3732:2003 should also be permitted. 6.
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Score: 1166058.5 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2020/7&Lang=E
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Open Pluggable Specification :– An integrated modular DS media player solution that interconnects with the display panel via a standard mating internal connector interfaceinternal connector interface Functional Block Diagram Docking Board Power Supply Unit TMDS DisplayPort Pluggable module 8 0 p in JA E T X 2 5 Board Panel Control Board USB for Touch-screen, Camera, RFID device etc HDMI/DVI Audio UART Panel 8 0 p in JA E T X 2 4 Legend: Display panel components DP Sink Audio 3*USB 2.0 Power DisplayPort UART Control Signals DC+12~+19V Legend: Display panel components Pluggable Module Prototype Compact dimension (mm): 180 119 30 1st Fan-less solution for up to Intel® Core™ i7 LV Processor (25W) 200 119 X Intel® Active Management Technology (AMT6.0) enabled for OOB remote manageability Interconnect Features 1.JAE TX25 Plug & TX24 Receptacle Connectors Blind-mate type - higher tolerance on mating misalignment 80 pin circuits – 40 top and 40 bottom contacts 500 Insertion Lifecycle 2. Supported Interfaces Power HDMI/DVI and DisplayPort AudioAudio USB2.0/3.0 UART OPS Control Signals OPS Technologies Value Added Made Easy Lower Total Cost of Ownership Increased Return of Investment O P E X I M P A C T Installation & Usage •Higher Implementation Cost Upgradability O P S S O L U T IO N Simplify Installation • Less cabling • Space saving • Consolidated H/W, Image Sensor, NFC, Touch etc Seamless Upgradability Improved OPEX with OPS O P E X I M P A C T •Difficult to Upgrade Reliability •Connection & Wiring Reliability Serviceability •Hard to Access & O P S S O L U T IO N Seamless Upgradability • Modularity and Scalability • Interchangeable Improved Reliability • Less cabling with JAE Connector • Reduced liability - Less tangible components e.g Power Supply Improved Serviceability Open Pluggable Specification (OPS)9 •Hard to Access & Maintenance O P S S O L U T IO N Improved Serviceability • Active management capability • Easy swap OPS modules • HW KVM for POP and HDMI CEC for POD Agenda • Digital Signage Open Pluggable Specification (OPS) Introduction • Digital Signage Open Pluggable Specification (OPS) Update OPS Business Model • EBM designs, manufactures & ships pluggable modules based on Open Pluggable Specification • Industry Alliance EBMs/OEMs/Standard Bodies Embedded Open Pluggable Specification •SI/Network Operators EBMs/OEMs/Standard Bodies Embedded Board Manufacturer (EBM) • Co-develop • Provide samples for test and Validation De-facto Standard • Buys pluggable module from Intel’s enabled EBMs • Integrates module into OEM displays Display OEM DS DISPLAY OEM: • Faster TTM on new DS player adoption/migration • Better product scalability and offering • Easier & faster distribution for the market OPS Standardization Benefits EBM & IA ODM: • Increase high volume business opportunities • Driving standard reference design for pluggable module – high volume lower costs ECOSYSTEM & DS ADOPTERS:ECOSYSTEM & DS ADOPTERS: • Increased reliability between DS Player & display • Space saving + easier deployment • Modularity and scalability • Improved maintenance process OPS Plug Fest Update • Objective: • Ensure OPS modules produced by ODMs/OEMs can work seamlessly with OPS displays for OPS broad market engagementengagement • Date: Jan 9th -10th, 2012 (two-day event) • Time: 9:30AM – 16:30PM • Venue: Regent Hotel, Taipei • Participants as of Dec. 1, 2011 • 6 OPS module manufactures • 8 OPS display manufactures http://edc.intel.com/Applications/Digital-Signage/OPS/ To download the spec and for more information on OPS go to: Questions on OPS?
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Score: 1165936.6 - https://www.itu.int/dms_pub/it.../06/5B/T065B00000B0063PDFE.pdf
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ADDITIONAL PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT SUPPLEMENT 2 TO THE 09 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 13, BRAKING / TRANSMITTED BY THE WORKING PARTY ON BRAKES AND RUNNING GEAR (GRRF)
This function shall be automatic. ____________ */ The ISO 7638:1997 connector may be used for 5 pin or 7 pin applications, as appropriate." (...) ISO 11992 Trailer simulator The simulator shall: 3.1.1. have a connector meeting ISO 7638:1997 (7 pin) to connect to the vehicle under test. (...) A signal should also be transmitted via Pin 5 of the ISO 7638:1997 connector (yellow warning). 4.2.2.2. Failure warning 4.2.2.2.1.
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Score: 1165072.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...&DS=TRANS/WP.29/2000/31&Lang=E
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