GRE
Session 74 | Geneva | 20-23 Oct 2015
6. (a) Proposals for amendments to the 05 and 06 series of amendments
GRE/2015/32 | Proposal to amend the requirement of Regulations No. 7 on tell-tales indicating a failure Proposal from the GRE Task Force on Tell-tales to clarify the requirement and reporting for a telltale to indicate light source failure.
GRE/2015/31 | Proposal to amend the requirements of Regulation No. 48 on tell-tales indicating a failure Proposal from the GRE Task Force on Tell-tales to clarify the requirement and reporting for a telltale to indicate light source failure.
GRE/2015/34 | Proposal for a Supplement to Regulation No. 48 Proposal to include end-outline markers as an aid in the use of indirect vision devices (i.e., UN R46) for long commercial vehicles within the regulation.
GRE-74-10 | Proposal for a Supplement to the 06 series of amendments to Regulation No. 48 Proposal to correct the transitional provisions with regard to the application of paragraph 6.2.7.6.1. in the 06 series of amendments in order to align with the 05 series of amendments.
GRE-74-22/Rev.1 | Proposal for a supplement to Regulation No. 48 Revised proposal to include end-outline markers as an aid in the use of indirect vision devices (i.e., UN R46) for long commercial vehicles within the regulation, based on the previous document GRE/2015/34.
GRE-74-16 | Revised proposal to amend malfunction/failure telltale requirements under UN R48 Further refinements from the GRE Task Force on Tell-tales to clarify the requirement and reporting for a telltale to indicate light source failure (superseding upon document GRE/2015/31).
GRE/2015/33 | Proposal to amend the requirements of Regulation No. 87 on tell-tales indicating a failure Proposal from the GRE Task Force on Tell-tales to clarify the requirement and reporting for a telltale to indicate light source failure.
GRE/2015/21 | Proposal for Supplements to the 04, 05 and 06 series of amendments to Regulations No. 48 Proposal to delete the requirement for automatic leveling devices for all headlamps with light emitting diode (LED) light sources based upon the results of the GTB glare study. The proposal argues that the restriction discriminates against LED light sources based upon an erroneous understanding of light-source relevance to driver glare.
GRE-73-14 | Proposal for Supplement 6 to the 06 series of amendments to Regulation No. 48 Proposal to clarify the requirements with regard to daytime running lamps and direction indicators in order to prevent DRL from masking or otherwise interfering with the visibility of the direction indicator lamps. Germany believes that the current text produces different interpretations with different results that risk degrading vehicle safety.
GRE-74-19 | Lamp switch-off requirement in refineries Presentation of conflict between UN R48 and requirements inside oil and chemical refineries where lamps are required to be switched off.
7. (f) Regulation No. 87
GRE/2015/33 | Proposal to amend the requirements of Regulation No. 87 on tell-tales indicating a failure Proposal from the GRE Task Force on Tell-tales to clarify the requirement and reporting for a telltale to indicate light source failure.
GRE-74-20 | Research on Daytime Running Lamps of 4-wheeled Vehicles Although required for motorcycles, Japan does not allow daytime running lamps on light cars and trucks. This presentation summarizes recent research into the impact of DRL on motorcycle and light vehicle conspicuity.
GRE-74-20
Research on Daytime Running Lamps of 4-wheeled Vehicles (Japan)
19 Oct 2015 Working Party Informal Documents Daytime Running Lamps Daytime Running Lamps Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Daytime Running Lamps for Power-driven Vehicles Although required for motorcycles, Japan does not allow daytime running lamps on light cars and trucks. This presentation summarizes recent research into the impact of DRL on motorcycle and light vehicle conspicuity. GRE-74-0020
GRE/2015/33
Proposal to amend the requirements of Regulation No. 87 on tell-tales indicating a failure
20 Aug 2015 Working Party Formal Documents Daytime Running Lamps Daytime Running Lamps Uniform Provisions Concerning the Approval of Daytime Running Lamps for Power-driven Vehicles Proposal from the GRE Task Force on Tell-tales to clarify the requirement and reporting for a telltale to indicate light source failure. GRE/2015/0033