Session 108 | Geneva | 4-8 May 2015
10. Regulation No. 116 (Vehicle Alarm Systems)
GRSG/2015/7 | Proposal for draft amendments to Regulation No. 116 UN R116 specifies operating voltages and voltage limits. Current technology and intelligent battery management systems allow for precise control and definition of these parameters. This includes “intelligent” operating ranges in order to optimize energy management (CO2 emission reduction). Fixed operating voltage ranges are therefore unnecessary or even may hinder efforts for CO2 emission reduction in the future. This proposal would allow varying operating voltage ranges according to the battery technology used to remove this restriction impact such advanced designs.
GRSG-108-50 | Amendments to the proposed Supplements to UN Regulations No. 97 and No. 116 Revised proposals approved by the GRSG to delete provisions regarding the optical display of the status of the vehicle alarm system outside the passenger compartment in order to avoid driver distraction by and/or confusion of such exterior lighting with primary lighting and signaling equipment required under UN R48. These proposals supersede documents WP.29/2015/36 and WP.29/2015/37 that were submitted for the March 2015 WP.29 session but deferred to the June session.
GRSG-108-49 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 116 Proposal developed by the IWVTA informal group to highlight concerns over the ambiguity of Regulation No. 116, especially with regard to whether the installation of vehicle immobilizer systems is mandatory. IWVTA is requesting WP.29 for clarification and resolution of the ambiguous provisions and interpretations.
WP.29/2015/37 | Proposal for Supplement 5 to Regulation No. 116 Proposal as approved by the GRSG to delete provisions regarding the optical display of the status of the vehicle alarm system outside the passenger compartment in order to avoid driver distraction by and/or confusion of such exterior lighting with primary lighting and signaling equipment required under UN R48.
14. International Whole Vehicle Type Approval
GRSG-108-49 | Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 116 Proposal developed by the IWVTA informal group to highlight concerns over the ambiguity of Regulation No. 116, especially with regard to whether the installation of vehicle immobilizer systems is mandatory. IWVTA is requesting WP.29 for clarification and resolution of the ambiguous provisions and interpretations.
GRSG-108-49
Proposal for amendments to Regulation No. 116 (OICA)
07 May 2015 Working Party Informal Documents Protection of Vehicles Against Unauthorized Use Anti-theft and Alarm Systems Uniform Provisions Concerning the Protection of Motor Vehicles Against Unauthorized Use Proposal developed by the IWVTA informal group to highlight concerns over the ambiguity of Regulation No. 116, especially with regard to whether the installation of vehicle immobilizer systems is mandatory. IWVTA is requesting WP.29 for clarification and resolution of the ambiguous provisions and interpretations. GRSG-108-0049
GRSG-108-50
Amendments to the proposed Supplements to UN Regulations No. 97 and No. 116
07 May 2015 Working Party Informal Documents Vehicle Alarm Systems Vehicle Alarms Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Vehicle Alarm Systems (VAS) and of Motor Vehicles with regard to their Alarm Systems (AS) Protection of Vehicles Against Unauthorized Use Anti-theft and Alarm Systems Uniform Provisions Concerning the Protection of Motor Vehicles Against Unauthorized Use Revised proposals approved by the GRSG to delete provisions regarding the optical display of the status of the vehicle alarm system outside the passenger compartment in order to avoid driver distraction by and/or confusion of such exterior lighting with primary lighting and signaling equipment required under UN R48. These proposals supersede documents WP.29/2015/36 and WP.29/2015/37 that were submitted for the March 2015 WP.29 session but deferred to the June session. GRSG-108-0050
GRSG/2015/7
Proposal for draft amendments to Regulation No. 116 (OICA)
24 Feb 2015 Working Party Formal Documents Protection of Vehicles Against Unauthorized Use Anti-theft and Alarm Systems Uniform Provisions Concerning the Protection of Motor Vehicles Against Unauthorized Use UN R116 specifies operating voltages and voltage limits. Current technology and intelligent battery management systems allow for precise control and definition of these parameters. This includes “intelligent” operating ranges in order to optimize energy management (CO2 emission reduction). Fixed operating voltage ranges are therefore unnecessary or even may hinder efforts for CO2 emission reduction in the future. This proposal would allow varying operating voltage ranges according to the battery technology used to remove this restriction impact such advanced designs. GRSG/2015/0007