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Round, Screened and Unscreened, 60 V and 600 V Multi-Core Sheathed Cables
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Published September 07, 2012 by SAE International in United States
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This standard specifies basic and high performance test methods and requirements for round, screened and unscreened, multi-core sheathed cables intended for use in road vehicle applications.
The unscreened, single-core cables shall be in accordance with ISO 6722, SAE J1127, SAE J1128, SAE J1654, SAE J1678, or SAE J2183. Other cores may be used, but in these cases, the construction and tests required to ensure functionality of these cores shall be agreed between customer and supplier. See ISO 6722 for temperature classes. ISO 6722 will be needed to perform some of the tests in this standard.
No changes are planned for this document as it will not be used for new designs.
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The scope of the Cable Standards Committee includes the development of standards for automotive cable used in passenger cars and light duty trucks. The scope includes all voltage rating up to but not including ignition cable. Additionally, the committee strives to harmonize SAE and ISO standards by establishing uniform test methods, dimensions, & performance requirements.
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