Rear Fog Lamp Systems
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Title of document changed to “Rear Fog Lamp Systems” from “Fog Tail Lamp (Rear Fog Light) Systems”.
The term “Rear Fog Lamp” replaced the term “Rear Fog Tail Lamp” throughout the document.
Revised photometric requirements in section 22.214.171.124 to graphical form similar to the photometric test pattern found in ECE Regulation 38.
Conversion factor has been applied to the photometric values of Figure 1 and its footnotes to reflect a light source design voltage of 12.8 volts versus the E.C.E. test voltage of 13.5 volts typically specified for light sources.
Section 2.2 Related Publications added.
Revised paragraph 7.2 to clarify rear fog lamp(s) operation and switching requirements.
Contact information to obtain ECE Publications updated in paragraph 2.1.2.
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|Aerospace Standard||Ultraviolet (UV) Laser Marking Performance of Aerospace Wire Constructions|
|Ground Vehicle Standard||Ignition Cable Assemblies|
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The Signaling and Marking Devices Standards Committee is part of the Lighting Systems Steering Committee that reports to the Motor Vehicle Council (MVC). The Committee is responsible for developing and maintaining SAE Standards, Recommended Practices, and Information Reports related to exterior lighting devices used on passenger cars, light trucks, vans and multipurpose vehicles. The Committee monitors the development of related technologies and determines how they may be applied to signaling and marking devices, while also working towards the development of standards to aid in the application of various technologies. The following task forces have been developed under the committee's scope: J1889 LED Signal Lighting Task Force New Technology Signal Lighting Task Force J2030 Discharge Signal Lighting Task Force Geometric Visibility Task Force Miniature Bulb Task Force J593 Backup Lamp (Reversing Lamp) Task Force J2087 Daytime Running Lamp Task Force Side Mirror Turn Signal Task Force Participants in the SAE Signaling and Marking Devices Standards Committee include OEMs, suppliers, consulting firms, government, and other interested parties.