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PROPOSAL FOR DRAFT SUPPLEMENT 2 TO THE 01 SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO REGULATION NO. 67, [EQUIPMENT FOR LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS] / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM THE EUROPEAN LPG ASSOCIATION (AEGPL)
Provisions regarding the vehicle connector 6.15.14.1. The vehicle connector shall be equipped with at least one soft seated non-return valve. 6.15.14.2. (...) Specific provisions for a vehicle connector made of 2 parts: 6.15.14.5.1. If the vehicle connector is composed of two parts, in order to facilitate the implementation of the light vehicle Euro-connector on the market, it shall: (a) be split in a valve body and a connector body, joined by tread W21.8 x 14G/"; the male thread shall be at the connector body side; (b) be provided with at least 1 soft seated non-return valve in the valve body and 1 soft seated non-return valve in the light vehicle connector body; Note: If during the implementation period of the Euro-connector, the connector body is replaced by a connector body of one of the currently existing types (see the drawings in annex 9, paragraph 9), this connector body does not require a non-return valve. 6.15.14.5.2. (...) Examples of current vehicle connectors Figure 1: Bayonet connector configuration Figure 2: Dish connector configuration TRANS/WP.29/GRPE/2001/8 page 9 Figure 3: ACME connector configuration Note: All the currently existing light vehicle connectors may also be used for vehicles of categories M2, M3, N2, N3 and M1, having a total mass 3500 kg. */ 10.
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This Annex also considers the case where a vehicle is equipped with both ISO 7638 connector and an automated connector. 2. Categories of automated connectors Automated connectors are classified in different categories 1/: Category A automated connector for tractor/semi-trailer combinations shall meet the requirements of Appendix 2 of this annex. (...) ECU ABS/EBS E2 Tractor ISO 7638 socket E3 Tractor ISO 7638 plug for automated connector E4 Tractor part of automated connector E5 Trailer ISO 7638 plug for automated connector E6 Trailer ISO 7638 socket E7 Trailer part of automated connector E8 ISO 7638 coiled cable E9 ISO 7638 park socket E10 ISO 11992-2 node in trailer, e.g. (...) Ensures that the electrical capability and functionality of the automated connector is the same as the current ISO 7638 electrical connector. 22.
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PROP FOR SUPPL 11 TO 11 SERIES OF AMEND TO REG. 13
* In the case of a trailer equipped with both an ISO 7638 connector and automated connector, the marking shall show that the ISO 7638 connector should not be connected when an automated connector is in use" Annex 2, Insert new paragraphs 14.5., 14.15.1 and 14.15.2., to read: "14.15. (...) This Annex also considers the case where a vehicle is equipped with both ISO 7638 connector and an automated connector. 2. Categories of automated connectors Automated connectors are classified in different categories1: Category A automated connector for tractor/semi-trailer combinations shall meet the requirements of Appendix 2 of this annex. (...) ECU ABS/EBS E2 Tractor ISO 7638 socket E3 Tractor ISO 7638 plug for automated connector E4 Tractor part of automated connector E5 Trailer ISO 7638 plug for automated connector E6 Trailer ISO 7638 socket E7 Trailer part of automated connector E8 ISO 7638 coiled cable E9 ISO 7638 park socket E10 ISO 11992-2 node in trailer, e.g.
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In the case of an automated connector the measurement is made at the connector interface. " Annex 6, Paragraph 3.3.3., amend to read: 3.3.3. (...) ECU ABS/EBS E2 Tractor ISO 7638 socket E3 Tractor ISO 7638 plug for automated connector E4 Tractor part of automated connector E5 Trailer ISO 7638 plug for automated connector E6 Trailer ISO 7638 socket E7 Trailer part of automated connector E8 ISO 7638 coiled cable E9 ISO 7638 park socket E10 ISO 11992-2 node in trailer, e.g. (...) Annex 22 Paragraph 2.1: The paragraph ensures that the electrical capability and functionality of the automated connector is the same as the current ISO 7638 electrical connector.
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REGULATION NO 13 - AMENDMENT 1
Trailers equipped with an ISO 7638:2003 connector as defined above shall be marked in indelible form to indicate the functionality of the braking system when the ISO 7638:2003 connector is connected and disconnected.* The marking is to be positioned so that it is visible when connecting the pneumatic and electrical interface connections. _____________ * In the case of a trailer equipped with both an ISO 7638 connector and automated connector, the marking shall show that the ISO 7638 connector should not be connected when an automated connector is in use." (...) This annex also considers the case where a vehicle is equipped with both ISO 7638 connector and an automated connector. 2. Categories of automated connectors Automated connectors are classified in different categories: 1 Category A: Automated connector for tractor/semi-trailer combinations shall meet the requirements of Appendix 2 to this annex. (...) ECU ABS/EBS E2 Tractor ISO 7638 socket E3 Tractor ISO 7638 plug for automated connector E4 Tractor part of automated connector E5 Trailer ISO 7638 plug for automated connector E6 Trailer ISO 7638 socket E7 Trailer part of automated connector E8 ISO 7638 coiled cable E9 ISO 7638 park socket E10 ISO 11992-2 node in trailer, e.g.
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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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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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Ocean Climatology) ▐ Safest routes ▐ Shortest routes for cost and latency reasons ▐ Cable burial or other protection where necessary to ensure availability ▐ Design for minimal maintenance ▐ High risk routes ▐ Meandering routes ▐ Surface laid cable (but self- burial possible) ▐ Expect periodic maintenance in case of seismic activity ▐ ‘Interesting’ routes ▐ Type, location and spacing of sensors can vary ▐ Wet-mate connectors in scope ▐ Marine fouling possible ▐ Annual sensor upgrades or maintenance may be necessary/desirable In-line In-line Nodal © NEC Corporation 2013Page 5 In-line system OBS PG OBS Cables & FibresOcean Bottom Seismometer (OBS) Terminal Equipment Provided by JAMSTEC ① ② ③ ① ② ③ ①: Armored Cable ②: Light Weight Cable ③: Light Weight Screen Cable Node System © NEC Corporation 2013Page 6 : Wet Mateable Connector Terminal Station BU TE NODE Sensor Group 1 Sensor Group 2 BU TE NODE Sensor Group 1 Sensor Group 2 ▐ Long history – first system built in 1979 ▐ Early Detection of Earthquakes and Tsunamis ▐ Real-time Data Transmission to On-shore Stations ▐ 24/7 Ocean Bottom Observation ▐ Contribute to Disaster Management through Early Warning to the Public ▐ All dedicated systems: no dual use cables have been built © NEC Corporation 2013Page 7 Existing Observation Networks in Japan ▐ Planned and funded by the Japanese Government ▐ 3-year plan currently under way ▐ Intended for Real-time Observation of Earthquakes and Tsunamis ▐ Over 5,000km of Submarine Cable ▐ Over 150 Undersea Units with Seismometers and Tsunami Sensors 1 5 6 4 3 2 © NEC Corporation 2013Page 8 New Observation Networks in Japan © NEC Corporation 2013Page 9 System Extension TU STM TMU Flexible System Economical System Terminating Unit Environmental Monitor Seismic Monitor Scientific NODE Unit Seismic and Tsunami Monitor Scientific Terminal Equipment Optical Submarine Cable Wet-Mateable Connector NEC Scientific Monitoring System Hybrid Telecoms and Scientific Monitoring System © NEC Corporation 2013Page 10 Flexible System High Reliable and/or Economical System Terminating UnitSeismic Monitor Scientific NODE Unit Terminal Equipment Optical Submarine Cable Multi-Purpose Monitor Geophysical Activity Area Geophysical Activity Area ST M Non Active Area Conclusions ▐ Japan’s Experience Submarine cable based monitoring systems have been used for over 30 years in Japan Those systems have proven effective for real-time monitoring of seismic activities and tsunamis Built as dedicated monitoring and observation systems, not with commercial telecommunications capabilities ▐ Current Practical Thoughts Dual use cables are technically feasible Motivations and practices differ between telecom and monitoring communities Some measure of separation between telecom and monitoring systems seems to be the most practical approach today Further discussion and collaboration may advance these arguments © NEC Corporation 2013Page 11
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GLOBAL TECHNICAL REGULATION NO. 18 - ADDENDUM 18
"Communication protocol" means a system of digital message formats and rules for exchanging those messages in or between computing systems or units; 3.5. (...) The distance travelled by the vehicle while the MI is activated shall be available at any moment through the serial port on the standardised diagnostic connector. By means of derogation for vehicles equipped with a mechanically operating odometer that does not allow input to the electronic control unit, "distance travelled" may be replaced with "engine operation time" and shall be made available at any moment through the serial port on the standardised diagnostic connector. (...) For the monitored components and systems excepted above, a pass/fail indication for the most recent test results shall be available through the standardised diagnostic connector. 3.4. The OBD requirements to which the vehicle is certified and the major control systems monitored by the
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PROPOSAL FOR A NEW GLOBAL TECHNICAL REGULATION ON THE MEASUREMENT PROCEDURE FOR TWO- OR THREE-WHEELED MOTOR VEHICLES WITH REGARD TO ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTICS
"Communication protocol" means a system of digital message formats and rules for exchanging those messages in or between computing systems or units; 3.5. (...) The distance travelled by the vehicle while the MI is activated shall be available at any moment through the serial port on the standardised diagnostic connector. By means of derogation for vehicles equipped with a mechanically operating odometer that does not allow input to the electronic control unit, "distance travelled" may be replaced with "engine operation time" and shall be made available at any moment through the serial port on the standardised diagnostic connector. (...) Except in the case of grade A OBD, if available, the following signals in accordance with the specifications in paragraph 3.10. in addition to the required freeze-frame information shall be made available on demand through the serial port on the standardised diagnostic connector, if the ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2016/112 21 information is available to the on-board computer or can be determined using information available to the on-board computer: number of stored diagnostic trouble codes, engine coolant temperature, fuel control system status (closed- loop, open-loop, other), fuel trim, ignition timing advance, intake air temperature, manifold air pressure, air flow rate, engine speed, throttle position sensor output value, secondary air status (upstream, downstr
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Score: 1212614.7 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...CE/TRANS/WP.29/2016/112&Lang=E
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