GRE
Session 80 | Geneva | 23-26 Oct 2018
5. UN Regulations Nos. 37 (Filament lamps), 99 (Gas discharge light sources), 128 (Light emitting diodes light sources) and the Consolidated Resolution on the common specification of light source categories)
GRE/2018/39 | UN R128: Proposal for Supplement [9] Proposal to introduce requirements and test specifications for light emitting diodes (LED) substitute light sources, including to<ol class="alpha"><li>introduce provisions for LED substitute light sources into Regulation No. 128;</li><li>introduce a new category sheet PY21W/LED based on LED technology into the Consolidated Resolution (R.E.5);</li><li> establish equivalence criteria as guidance for specifying sheets for LED substitute light source categories. (These guidelines are intended for publication, with the agreement of GRE, on the GRE website under “reference documents”, similar to criteria for new filament light sources for head lighting (GRE-77-04). In addition, these criteria are being prepared for insertion in publication IEC 60810.);</li><li>a draft proposal to IEC concerning the cap/holder system of the LED light source category PY21W/LED, for information to GRE (GRE-80-03) only, to show the interlock feature and the differences with the cap/holder system of its counterpart filament light source category PY21W.</li></ol>
GRE/2018/40 | RE5: Proposal for amendment to version [4] Proposal from the Task Force on Substitutes and Retrofits (TF SR) to introduce a new light emitting diode (LED) substitute light source category PY21W/LED. This proposal is a revised version of GRE/2017/17 and is part of a package which also includes amendments to UN Regulation No. 128.
GRE/2018/41 | Proposal for a collective amendment to UN Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 74 and 86 Proposal to introduce requirements for light emitting diode (LED) substitute light sources into Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 74 and 86.
GRE/2018/48 | RE5: Proposal for amendment 3 to the Consolidated Resolution on the common specification of light source categories Proposal to amend the light source category LR4. This proposal relates to document GRE/2018/49 proposing to amend UN R128 in relation to the 1 min/30 min ratio. The change to UN R128 would affect the requirements of the LR4 category which is not its intention. Therefore, the present proposal modifies the category sheet of LR4 in order to maintain the current requirements for the LR4 standard light sources.
GRE/2018/49 | UN R128: Proposal for Supplement [8] The current text of UN R128, Annex 4, paragraph 1.2. allows only for a decrease of luminous flux from 1 minute to 30 minutes. This has proven to be unnecessarily design restrictive as the drive electronics in a stabilized light source can lead to a slight increase in the luminous flux from 1 minute to 30 minutes. Therefore, this proposal would allow a limited increase of luminous flux from 1 minute to 30 minutes within the given minimum and maximum requirements. This proposal relates to document GRE/2018/48 retaining requirements for LR4 category light sources which would otherwise have been impacted by the present proposal.
GRE-80-02 | Equivalence criteria for LED substitute light sources Guide for specifying LED substitute light source categories as equivalents for corresponding filament light source categories prepared by the Task Force on Substitutes/Retrofits.
GRE-80-03 | LED substitutes: Interlock solution for the BA15-cap system GRE and its Task Force on Substitutes and Retrofits proposed and GRE at its 79th session agreed to include an “interlock feature” for LED substitute light sources to prevent the misuse of these light sources. The first LED substitute category proposal is the “PY21W/LED”. A further solution has been developed by IEC cap-holder experts in IEC TC34/SC34B/WG2 by adding a “third pin” at an angle of 110° (from the reference pin) for the BA15 cap system, including the BAU15s cap prescribed for the PY21W filament light source category. This document contains the relevant cap and holder sheets for implementation in the IEC 60061 structure.
GRE/2018/49/Corr.1 | UN R128: Correction to the proposal for Supplement [8] Modification of Figure 1 (Example of allowed luminous flux behaviour of an approved LED light source under UN Regulation No.128, Annex 4, paragraph 1.2.) to add the range after one minute and 30 minutes with a positive or negative "gradient".
GRE-80-19 | Corrections to ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRE/2018/41 (Collective amendment to UN Regulations Nos. 48, 53, 74 and 86) Proposal to improve the text regarding LED substitute light sources. ( "If a LED substitute light source is approved to be used in a lamp installed on a vehicle type, a declaration shall be made in the communication form.")
GRE-80-23 | Status report of the Task Force on LED Substitutes/Retrofits (TFSR)
GRE-80-33 | LSD: LED replacement light sources Presentation in support of the proposal submitted by the Task Force on Substitutes and Retrofits (TF SR) which introduces requirements for the use of light emitting diode (LED) substitute light sources in the new LSD UN Regulation LED Replacement Light Sources.
GRE/2018/42 | LSD: Proposal to introduce requirements for the use of LED substitute light sources Proposal to introduce the following changes into the draft new Regulation on light-signalling devices:<ol><li>Use of LED substitute light source(s) is allowed and does not constitute a change of the lamp type. However, lamp performances shall be tested during type approval also with the LED substitute light source. Approval of the lamp using filament light source(s) is a prerequisite for approval of the lamp using LED substitute light source(s).</li><li>Testing with LED substitute light sources is exempted from conformity of production control.</li><li>The technical description shall include notice that the lamp also has to be approved with the LED substitute light source(s) according to UN R128 if the applicant has so determined.</li><li>The approval marking or the Unique Identifier as well as the category or categories of LED substitute light source(s) prescribed, if any, shall be visible.</li><li>The indication of both the holder of the filament light source and of its LED counterpart light source, if any, shall be explicitly provided.</li></ol>
GRE-80-34 | Standardization of technical requirements for forward lighting LED replacement light sources
GRE-80-02
Equivalence criteria for LED substitute light sources
31 Aug 2018 Working Party Informal Documents Light-Emitting Diode Light Sources LED Light Sources Uniform provisions concerning the approval of light emitting diode (LED) light sources for use in approved lamp units on power-driven vehicles and their trailers Resolution on the common specification of light source categories (RE 5) RE 5: Resolution on light sources Guide for specifying LED substitute light source categories as equivalents for corresponding filament light source categories prepared by the Task Force on Substitutes/Retrofits. GRE-80-0002
GRE-80-03
LED substitutes: Interlock solution for the BA15-cap system
31 Aug 2018 Working Party Informal Documents Light-Emitting Diode Light Sources LED Light Sources Uniform provisions concerning the approval of light emitting diode (LED) light sources for use in approved lamp units on power-driven vehicles and their trailers GRE and its Task Force on Substitutes and Retrofits proposed and GRE at its 79th session agreed to include an “interlock feature” for LED substitute light sources to prevent the misuse of these light sources. The first LED substitute category proposal is the “PY21W/LED”. A further solution has been developed by IEC cap-holder experts in IEC TC34/SC34B/WG2 by adding a “third pin” at an angle of 110° (from the reference pin) for the BA15 cap system, including the BAU15s cap prescribed for the PY21W filament light source category. This document contains the relevant cap and holder sheets for implementation in the IEC 60061 structure. GRE-80-0003
GRE-80-23
Status report of the Task Force on LED Substitutes/Retrofits (TFSR)
19 Oct 2018 Working Party Informal Documents Light-Emitting Diode Light Sources LED Light Sources Uniform provisions concerning the approval of light emitting diode (LED) light sources for use in approved lamp units on power-driven vehicles and their trailers GRE-80-0023
GRE-80-33
LSD: LED replacement light sources (FIA Foundation)
31 Oct 2018 Working Party Informal Documents Light-Signalling Devices (LSD) Light-Signalling Devices UN Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of light-signalling devices (lamps) for power-driven vehicles and their trailers Light-Emitting Diode Light Sources LED Light Sources Uniform provisions concerning the approval of light emitting diode (LED) light sources for use in approved lamp units on power-driven vehicles and their trailers Presentation in support of the proposal submitted by the Task Force on Substitutes and Retrofits (TF SR) which introduces requirements for the use of light emitting diode (LED) substitute light sources in the new LSD UN Regulation LED Replacement Light Sources. GRE-80-0033
GRE-80-34
Standardization of technical requirements for forward lighting LED replacement light sources (SAE)
25 Oct 2018 Working Party Informal Documents Light-Emitting Diode Light Sources LED Light Sources Uniform provisions concerning the approval of light emitting diode (LED) light sources for use in approved lamp units on power-driven vehicles and their trailers GRE-80-0034
GRE/2018/39
UN R128: Proposal for Supplement [9]
13 Aug 2018 Working Party Formal Documents Light-Emitting Diode Light Sources LED Light Sources Uniform provisions concerning the approval of light emitting diode (LED) light sources for use in approved lamp units on power-driven vehicles and their trailers Proposal to introduce requirements and test specifications for light emitting diodes (LED) substitute light sources, including to<ol class="alpha"><li>introduce provisions for LED substitute light sources into Regulation No. 128;</li><li>introduce a new category sheet PY21W/LED based on LED technology into the Consolidated Resolution (R.E.5);</li><li> establish equivalence criteria as guidance for specifying sheets for LED substitute light source categories. (These guidelines are intended for publication, with the agreement of GRE, on the GRE website under “reference documents”, similar to criteria for new filament light sources for head lighting (GRE-77-04). In addition, these criteria are being prepared for insertion in publication IEC 60810.);</li><li>a draft proposal to IEC concerning the cap/holder system of the LED light source category PY21W/LED, for information to GRE (GRE-80-03) only, to show the interlock feature and the differences with the cap/holder system of its counterpart filament light source category PY21W.</li></ol> GRE/2018/0039
GRE/2018/49
UN R128: Proposal for Supplement [8] (GTB)
15 Aug 2018 Working Party Formal Documents Light-Emitting Diode Light Sources LED Light Sources Uniform provisions concerning the approval of light emitting diode (LED) light sources for use in approved lamp units on power-driven vehicles and their trailers The current text of UN R128, Annex 4, paragraph 1.2. allows only for a decrease of luminous flux from 1 minute to 30 minutes. This has proven to be unnecessarily design restrictive as the drive electronics in a stabilized light source can lead to a slight increase in the luminous flux from 1 minute to 30 minutes. Therefore, this proposal would allow a limited increase of luminous flux from 1 minute to 30 minutes within the given minimum and maximum requirements. This proposal relates to document GRE/2018/48 retaining requirements for LR4 category light sources which would otherwise have been impacted by the present proposal. GRE/2018/0049
GRE/2018/49/Corr.1
UN R128: Correction to the proposal for Supplement [8] (GTB)
19 Oct 2018 Working Party Formal Documents Light-Emitting Diode Light Sources LED Light Sources Uniform provisions concerning the approval of light emitting diode (LED) light sources for use in approved lamp units on power-driven vehicles and their trailers Modification of Figure 1 (Example of allowed luminous flux behaviour of an approved LED light source under UN Regulation No.128, Annex 4, paragraph 1.2.) to add the range after one minute and 30 minutes with a positive or negative "gradient". GRE/2018/0049/Corr.1