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Seat Belt Restraint Systems Hardware - Glossary of Terms
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Published April 06, 2011 by SAE International in United States
This SAE Recommended Practice provides a Glossary of Terms commonly used to describe Seat Belt Restraint Systems Hardware and their function. These terms are currently defined in various SAE Recommended Practices but sometimes inconsistent. It is intended for this document to supersede the definitions found in separate SAE Recommended Practices.
This standard has been updated to reflect new safety belt technologies.
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Seat Belt Systems Standards Committee
SCOPE: Provide a forum for volunteer experts in the field of safety belts to assist in the review and update of current SAE safety belt standards applicable to new passenger cars and multipurpose passenger vehicles and light duty trucks. SHORT TERM OBJECTIVES: 1. Identify SAE safety belt standards that require revision; 2. Establish extent of revision (low, medium, high); 3. Prioritize and establish timeframe for completion. LONG TERM OBJECTIVES: Identify and create new SAE safety belt standards
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