Wheelchair Tiedown and Occupant Restraint Systems for Use in Motor Vehicles
- Ground Vehicle Standard
The subassemblies and components intended to be used together to create a WTORS meet all the appropriate requirements of this document, and
The separately sold components and subassemblies are provided with instructions in accordance with 5.5, where the word “compatible” means tested together to comply with this document.
|Technical Paper||Lap-Shoulder Belt Performance as a Function of Occupant Size|
|Technical Paper||Development of a dynamic testing procedure to assess crashworthiness of the rear patient compartment of ambulance vehicles|
Data Sets - Support Documents
|TABLE 1||MINIMUM ADJUSTMENT RANGES FOR FOUR-POINT TIEDOWN STRAPS|
|TABLE 2||APPLICABLE SUBSECTIONS OF FMVSS 209|
|TABLE 3||HORIZONTAL EXCURSION LIMITS (MM)|
|TABLE F1||RECOMMENDED BELT-FIT VALUES FOR|
|TABLE F2||TYPICAL VALUES OF SH, SB, W, AND SEAT HEIGHT IN , , AND FOR DIFFERENT SIZE OCCUPANTS|
Adaptive Devices Standards Committee
The Adaptive Devices Standards Committee reports to the Vehicle Systems Group of the Motor Vehicle Council. The Committee is responsible for developing and maintaining SAE Standards, Recommended Practices, and Information Reports related to defining minimum acceptable design requirements and performance criteria for adaptive equipment that is used by people with disabilities for their personal transportation. The Wheelchair Hoist Task Force has been developed under the committee's scope. Participants in the SAE Adaptive Devices Standards Committee include OEMs, suppliers, consulting firms, government, and other interested parties.