Low Speed Vehicles
- Ground Vehicle Standard
Added the Table of ContentsReason: To make sections easier to access
Revised Scope to increase maximum G.V.W. to 1361 kg (3000 lb)Reason: To include appropriate vehicles.
Reviewed normative references and deleted those not used, revised references as necessary, had SAE J1718 Stabilized, and added referencesReason: To insure applicability and to include new references.
Revised definitions of Accelerator (3.1), Brake Pedal (3.4), Charged Battery (3.7), Fuel System (3.15), Low Speed Vehicles (3.22), and Operator or Driver (3.24), and added definition of Key (3.21).Reason: Clarity.
Revised (6.2.1) General - Safety Signs to add on-vehicle and in Operator Manual information.Reason: To insure that required information will be included.
Revised (6.4) Operational Controls to define Reverse Warning Indicator (220.127.116.11) and to add Theft Protection (6.4.5)Reason: To clarify the intent of the standard.
Revised General Configuration (6.5) to include revised anthropometry (6.5.2), to revise seat restraint anchorage (18.104.22.168), and to detail the requirements of the Operator Protection Structure (22.214.171.124) including new Figures 1a and 1b.Reason: To eliminate reliance on the FMVSS for timely and applicable revisions and to clarify the test procedures.
Revised the Brake Systems test conditions (126.96.36.199.1.e) and Brake System fade (188.8.131.52.1) test.Reason: For clarity and to better define worst case conditions.
Revised Park Brake test (184.108.40.206.2) to specify applied loadsReason: To define the two loading conditions needed for testing.
Revised Containment (6.7.2) by adding Impact Containment (220.127.116.11) and Roll-over Containment (18.104.22.168) test conditions, test procedure, and test acceptance.Reason: To better define procedures and tests to allow accurate determination of test acceptance.
Revised Lighting (6.8) to better align requirements of Head Lamps (6.8.1 and 6.8.2), Tail Lamps (6.8.3), Stop Lamps (6.8.4), and Turn Signals (6.8.5), and add Center High Mounted Stop Lamps (22.214.171.124).Reason: To better align requirements with SAE Standards and FMVSS, and to also improve vehicle identification and recognition.
Revised Electric Powered Vehicles (7) Grounding (7.1.1) to add (7.1.1.a, .b, and .c) and EMC (7.2.3).Reason: To reflect current technology and safety practices, and to provide a procedure to ensure Electromagnetic Compatibility.
Revised Spark and Compression Ignition Engine Powered Vehicles (8) Fuel System Installation (126.96.36.199) requirements for over engine tanks, and added EMC (8.2.4).Reason: To reflect current technology and safety practices, and to provide a procedure to ensure Electromagnetic Compatibility.
Added Hybrid Vehicles (9) requirementsReason: To reflect current technology and safety practices.
|Ground Vehicle Standard||Low Speed Vehicles|
|Ground Vehicle Standard||Storage Batteries for Start-Stop Operations|
|Technical Paper||A Simple, Effective Lead-Acid Battery Modeling Process for Electrical System Component Selection|
Data Sets - Support Documents
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|TABLE 1||LSV HEAD LAMP PHOTOMETRIC SPECIFICATION UPPER BEAM|
|TABLE 2||LSV HEAD LAMP PHOTOMETRIC SPECIFICATION LOWER BEAM|
The Special Purpose Vehicle Committee is dedicated to creating, preparing and maintaining all relevant documentation that addresses special purpose vehicles, including the following four major groups of vehicles: 1. ATV's 2. Light Utility Haulers (Turf, Industrial and Others) 3. Golf Cars and Closed Community Street Vehicles (CCVs) 4. Other [Hovercraft, Tracked Vehicles (non-recreational), Go Karts, Sand/Dune Vehicles, Limited Productions and Trams] Participants in the SAE Special Purpose Vehicle Committee include OEMs, suppliers, consulting firms, government and other interested parties.