UN R10: Proposal for the 06 series of amendments
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Proposal from the Task Force on Electromagnetic Compatibility (TF-EMC) to align UN R10 with the vehicle narrow-band limit and the latest set-ups (artificial networks, harness location, Z-folding, …) for vehicles in charging mode under the International Special Committee on Radio Interference (CISPR) 12 Standard. The proposal also introduces additional details for vehicle in charging mode operating conditions (alternative or direct current charging).

Reference Number: GRE/2018/43
Date: 9 August 2018
Proposal Status: Superseded
Related Documents:
EMC-16-03 | UN R10: Proposal for the 06 series of amendments
EMC-16-05 | UN R10: Correction of GRE/2018/43
GRE-79-21 | UN R10: India comments on document GRE/2018/5
GRE-79-27 | UN R10: Proposal for a Supplement
GRE-80-13 | UN R10: Proposal to amend the draft new 06 series of amendments (GRE/2018/43)
GRE-80-31 | UN R10: Proposal to amend document GRE/2018/43
GRE/2018/5 | UN R10: Proposal for the 06 series of amendments
GRE/2018/43/Rev.1 | UN R10: Revised version of the proposal for the 06 series of amendments
WP.29/2019/20 | UN R10: Proposal for a new 06 series of amendments
Discussion(s):
Working Party on Lighting and Light-signalling | Session 80 | 23-26 Oct 2018

27. The expert from OICA, on behalf of the Task Force on Electromagnetic Compatibility (TF EMC), presented their progress report (GRE-80-12-Rev.1) and revised proposals for the 06 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 10 (ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2018/43 and GRE-80-13). For L-category vehicles, the expert of IMMA proposed to limit the scope of this UN Regulation to categories L6 and L7 only (GRE-80-31). GRE supported the IMMA proposal. The expert of Japan proposed to exclude agricultural vehicles (categories T, R and S) from the scope (GRE-80-24). Following a discussion, the expert from Japan was in a position to accept categories T, R and S in the scope. Finally, GRE adopted the amendment proposals, as amended by Annex IV, and requested the secretariat to submit them to WP.29 and AC.1 for consideration at their March 2019 sessions as a new 06 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 10.

81. WP.29 noted that GRE considered and adopted a set of amendment proposals on the use of LED substitute light sources for light-signalling applications and would continue considering LED substitutes for front-lighting applications. WP.29 was also informed that GRE had adopted new series of amendments to UN Regulations Nos. 10 (Electromagnetic compatibility) and 53 (Installation of lighting and light-signalling devices for L3 vehicles).

World Forum for the Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations | Session 176 | 12-16 Nov 2018

27. The expert from OICA, on behalf of the Task Force on Electromagnetic Compatibility (TF EMC), presented their progress report (GRE-80-12-Rev.1) and revised proposals for the 06 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 10 (ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2018/43 and GRE-80-13). For L-category vehicles, the expert of IMMA proposed to limit the scope of this UN Regulation to categories L6 and L7 only (GRE-80-31). GRE supported the IMMA proposal. The expert of Japan proposed to exclude agricultural vehicles (categories T, R and S) from the scope (GRE-80-24). Following a discussion, the expert from Japan was in a position to accept categories T, R and S in the scope. Finally, GRE adopted the amendment proposals, as amended by Annex IV, and requested the secretariat to submit them to WP.29 and AC.1 for consideration at their March 2019 sessions as a new 06 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 10.

81. WP.29 noted that GRE considered and adopted a set of amendment proposals on the use of LED substitute light sources for light-signalling applications and would continue considering LED substitutes for front-lighting applications. WP.29 was also informed that GRE had adopted new series of amendments to UN Regulations Nos. 10 (Electromagnetic compatibility) and 53 (Installation of lighting and light-signalling devices for L3 vehicles).