Document GRSG/2018/15
UN R62: Proposal for Supplement 3
Status: Superseded
Submitted by Germany

Proposal to expand the scope of the regulation on unauthorized L-category vehicle use to include electronic devices such as keyless entry systems, similarly to what already exists in UN R116 on passenger car use.

Discussions and Outcomes
117th GRSG session (8-11 Oct 2019)

42. The expert from France introduced ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRSG/2019/24 proposing requirements for electromagnetic compatibility for electromechanical and electronic devices to prevent unauthorized use.

43. GRSG adopted ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRSG/2019/24 and requested the secretariat to remove square brackets in para.12 of the document and to add requirements for the approval mark and number, and to submit it to WP.29 and AC.1 as draft 01 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 62 for consideration at their March 2020 sessions.

116th GRSG session (8-12 Apr 2019)

72. The expert from France introduced GRSG-116-13 to insert specifications in UN Regulation No. 62 that would ensure the electromagnetic compatibility of an electronic device, such as a transponder. Thus, he proposed to insert a new paragraph 5.12 with a reference to UN Regulation No. 10. GRSG supported the proposal. The expert from EC volunteered to check the proposal for the immunity and emission test methods of the 06 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 10.

73. GRSG agreed to resume discussions at its next session based on a revised proposal by EC to be circulated, if available, as an official document.

177th WP.29 session (11-15 Mar 2019)
This proposal (WP.29/2019/8) was adopted by the World Forum. Thirty-three Contracting Parties out of the 42 applying UN R62 were present for the vote by AC.1. Thirty-three voted in favor with zero against and zero abstaining.
114th GRSG session (9-13 Apr 2018)

51. The expert from Germany introduced GRSG-114-02 which inserts new provisions on electromechanical and electronic devices to prevent unauthorized use. He added that the type approval of such smart key systems could also be an option for UN Regulation No. 116. GRSG noted general support and agreed to resume consideration of this subject at its next session in October 2018 on the basis of an official document.