Proposal to update IEC cap sheet references in the proposals to add light categories to UN Regulation Nos. 37, 99, and 128
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Documents GRE/2014/20, GRE/2014/24 and GRE/2014/29 propose to add light categories to UN Regulation Nos. 37, 99, and 128; however, since the amendment or extension of an IEC60061 cap sheet results in a change to the sequence number of the sheet, all light source category sheets that refer to that IEC sheet need an update. Therefore, the IEC proposes the necessary changes to the text of the above proposals.

Reference Number: GRE-72-08
Origin: IEC
Date: 22 August 2014
Proposal Status: Superseded
Related Documents:
GRE/2014/20 | Proposal for Supplement 44 to the 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 37
GRE/2014/24 | Proposal for Supplement 10 to the original series of Regulation No. 99
GRE/2014/29 | Proposal for Supplement 4 to the original series of amendments to Regulation No. 128
WP.29/2015/18 | Proposal for Supplement 44 to the 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 37
Discussion(s):
Working Party on Lighting and Light-signalling | Session 72 | 20-22 Oct 2014

7. The expert from GTB proposed to introduce new categories of light sources and minor corrections into Regulations Nos. 37, 99 and 128 (ECE/TRANS/GRE/2014/20, ECE/TRANS/GRE/2014/24 and ECE/TRANS/GRE/2014/29), as well as to update references to IEC cap sheets in these Regulations (GRE-72-08). GRE adopted all three proposals as respectively amended by Annexes II, III and IV to this report and requested the secretariat to submit them to WP.29 and the Administrative Committee of the 1958 Agreement (AC.1) for consideration and vote at their March 2015 sessions as draft Supplement 44 to the 03 series of amendments to Regulation No. 37, draft Supplement 10 to the original series of Regulation No. 99 and draft Supplement 4 to the original series of amendments to Regulation No. 128.

8. The expert from OICA pointed out the need to indicate the required voltage range for light sources introduced in the above Regulations. GRE decided to address this issue at its next sessions.