Proposal for Supplement 7 to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 112
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Proposal to update document GRE/2016/34. At the 73rd GRE session, France proposed to delete a design restrictive requirement (GRE/2015/22 and GRE-73-26). This proposal received comments from Germany and the Netherlands. Poland suggested a different approach on this issue (GRE-73-21). The Chair invited France, Germany, Netherlands, Poland, CLEPA and IEC to prepare a revised proposal for the next session. Based upon the approach proposed in GRE/2015/22 and GRE-73-26, GTB has investigated the specification of minimum levels of flux projected in critical zones of the passing beam distribution. This approach offers a technology-neutral performance based requirement. The result of the GTB study is to propose minimum projected flux requirements in two zones:
a) 15°D-1°U/30°L-30°R to ensure overall adequate illumination of the road and
b) 3.5°D-1°U/30°L-30°R to ensure sufficient range.

Reference Number: GRE-76-04/Rev.1
Origin: GTB
Date: 24 October 2016
Proposal Status: Informal GR review
Related Documents:
GRE-73-26 | Conditions on the luminous flux of light sources in Regulations Nos. 112 and 123
GRE/2015/22 | Proposal for a Supplement to the 01 series of amendments to Regulation No. 112
GRE/2016/34 | Proposal for a collective amendment to Regulations Nos. 19, 98, 112, 113 and 123
Discussion(s):
Working Party on Lighting and Light-signalling | Session 76 | 25-28 Oct 2016

30. The expert of GTB presented the results of their study of minimum levels of flux projected in critical zones of the passing beam distribution of a H4 halogen reflector headlamp and a representative LED headlamp (GRE-76-25). Based on these results, he proposed to remove the design-specific requirement of a minimum objective flux (1,000 lm) for LED and halogen light sources and to replace it with a technology-neutral and performance-based requirement (GRE-76-04-Rev.1). The proposal received comments by the experts from France, Germany, Italy, Poland, UK, EC, OICA. As there was no unequivocal support to the proposal, GRE decided to keep it on the agenda of the next session and to pass it to IWG SLR at a later stage.