Session 68 | Geneva | 7-10 Jan 2014
3. (c) UN Regulations Nos. 68, 83, 101, and 103
GRPE/2014/5 | Proposal for Supplement 4 to the 01 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 101 Text prepared by the European Commission to align the requirements of UN Regulation No. 101 with the latest changes in the regulatory framework of the European Union in relation to the specifications of new reference fuels E10 and B7.
GRPE/2014/2 | Proposal for the 07 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 83 Text prepared by the European Commission to align the requirements of Regulation No. 83 with those of European Union Regulation (EC) Nos. 715/2007, 692/2008, 566/2011, 459/2012 and 630/2012. It updates the text of document GRPE/2013/11, including additional definitions on: vehicle power, engine and vehicle characteristics, information concerning the conduct of tests (namely for power and torque), the specifications of new reference fuels (E10 and B7), the type approval communication of test results for bi fuel vehicles, and clarifications on OBD threshold limits.
GRPE/2014/3 | Proposal for Supplement 4 to the 06 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 83 Text prepared by OICA to align the regulation with the full requirements for vehicles that meet "special social needs" under the regulatory framework of the European Union.
GRPE/2014/9 | Proposal for supplement 1 to the 07 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 83 Proposal for a series of amendments to update the on-board diagnostics (OBD) requirements in line with technological progress, including changes in ISO standards.
GRPE/2014/8 | Proposal for draft amendments to the 06 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 83 Proposal for a series of amendments to update the on-board diagnostics (OBD) requirements in line with technological progress, including changes in ISO standards.
GRPE/2014/7 | Proposal for draft amendments to the 06 series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 83 When the scope of Euro VI legislation in the EU was extended downwards to 2,380 kg, the vehicles which are so approved were not exempted from light duty approvals. As the measurement of CO2 emissions and fuel/energy consumption is covered by UN Regulation No. 101, this proposal would add an exemption clause in UN Regulation No. 83 to take into account this overlap with light-duty vehicle requirements.
GRPE-68-08 | Proposal for Corrigendum to Revision 4, 07 series of amendments to Regulation No. 83 Corrigendum to the text prepared by the European Commission to align the requirements of Regulation No. 83 with those of European Union Regulation (EC) Nos. 715/2007, 692/2008, 566/2011, 459/2012 and 630/2012.
GRPE-68-18 | Request for guidance concerning future development of UN Regulation No. 103 Request for guidance from Germany on the possible further development of the regulation on replacement catalytic converters pursuant to the findings of a German study. The request particularly asks whether the regulation should require improved durability and emissions performance and whether a working group should be established to develop specific proposals. The document includes the findings on the emission performance of approved pollution control devices under the current UN R103.
GRPE-68-07/Rev.1 | Comments to the draft 07 series of amendments to Regulation No. 83 Proposal for clarifications to the European Commission proposal (document GRPE/2104/2) to align the requirements of Regulation No. 83 with those of European Union Regulation (EC) Nos. 715/2007, 692/2008, 566/2011, 459/2012 and 630/2012.
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Request for guidance concerning future development of UN Regulation No. 103 (Germany)
08 Jan 2014 Working Party Informal Documents Replacement Catalytic Converters Replacement Catalytic Converters Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Replacement Catalytic Converters for Power-driven Vehicles Request for guidance from Germany on the possible further development of the regulation on replacement catalytic converters pursuant to the findings of a German study. The request particularly asks whether the regulation should require improved durability and emissions performance and whether a working group should be established to develop specific proposals. The document includes the findings on the emission performance of approved pollution control devices under the current UN R103. GRPE-68-0018