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United Nations

ECE/TRANS/ WP.29/2018/158/Rev.1

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Economic and Social Council

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3 January 2019

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Original: English, French and Russian

 

Economic Commission for Europe

Inland Transport Committee

World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations

177th session

Geneva, 12-15 March 2019

Item 4.12.3. of the provisional agenda

1958 Agreement:
Consideration of proposals for new UN Regulations submitted

by the Working Parties subsidiary to the World Forum

Proposal for a new UN Regulation on Road Illumination Devices (RID)

Submitted by the Working Party on Lighting and Light-Signalling [*]

The text reproduced below was adopted by the Working Party on Lighting and Light-Signalling (GRE) at its seventy-ninth session (ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRE/79, para.   8) and corrected at the eightieth session (ECE/TRANS/WP.29/GRE/80, para. 11). It is based on ECE/TRANS/WP.29/2018/158 and Corr.1. The document is submitted to the World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29) and to the Administrative Committee AC.1 for consideration at their March 2019 sessions.

UN Regulation on uniform provisions concerning the approval of road illumination devices (lamps) and systems for power-driven vehicles

Contents

              Page

1. Scope ........................................................... 3

2. Definitions ......................................................... 4

3. Administrative Provisions ............................................... 4

4. General Technical Requirements .......................................... 15

5. Specific Technical Requirements .......................................... 26

6. Conformity of production ............................................... 47

7. Transitional provisions ................................................ 58

Annexes

  1 Communication ...................................................... 59

  2 Minimum requirements for conformity of production control procedures ................ 66

3 Minimum requirements for sampling by an inspector ............................. 71

4 Spherical coordinate measuring system and test point locations ...................... 74

5 Visual aiming method of Road Illumination Devices. Definition of "cut-off" line for passing-beam headlamps and front fog lamps                             86

6 Instrumental aiming method for a device providing a passing-beam or a front fog lamp and requirements for "cut-off" line                             92

7 Tests for stability of photometric performance of Road Illumination Devices in operation
(except cornering lamps) ................................................ 95

Appendix 1 - Overview of operational periods concerning test for stability of
photometric performance ............................................... 104

Appendix 2 - Test mixture for dirty headlamp test ............................... 107

8 Requirements for road illumination devices (except cornering lamps) incorporating lenses of
plastic material testing of lens or material samples ............................... 108

Appendix 1 - Chronological order of material tests ............................... 115

Appendix 2 - Method of measurement of the diffusion and transmission of light ........... 117

Appendix 3 - Spray testing method ......................................... 119

Appendix 4 - Adhesive tape adherence test .................................... 120

9 Requirements for LED modules ........................................... 121

10 Testing procedures with respect to light sources ................................. 125

11 Centre of reference ................................................... 126

12 Voltage markings .................................................... 127

13 Arrangement of approval markings ......................................... 128

14 Description forms .................................................... 131

 


Introduction

This Regulation combines the provisions of the individual UN Regulations Nos. 19, 98, 112, 113, 119 and 123 into a single regulation, and is the outcome of the WP.29 decision to simplify the UN lighting and light-signalling regulations based on the initial proposal by the European Union and Japan.

The objective of this Regulation is to increase the clarity, consolidate and streamline the complexity of requirements in UN Regulations Nos. 19, 98, 112, 113, 119 and 123 and prepare for the future transition to performance based requirements, by reducing the number of regulations through an editorial exercise without changing any of the detailed technical requirements already in force up to the date of entry into force of this Regulation. This is reflected by the introduction of the original series of amendments to UN Regulation No. 149 and completes one of the objectives of the GRE Informal Working Group “Simplification of Lighting and Light-Signalling Regulations” (GRE IWG SLR).

With the introduction of the 01 series of amendments to this Regulation another objective of GRE IWG SLR comes into existence. This new series of amendments deals with the identified amendments and clarifications to this Regulation in order to achieve, to the current maximum possible extent, the goal of being technologically neutral, performance based and able to be tested objectively. This is accompanied by amendments to UN Regulations regarding the installation of lighting and light-signalling devices (Nos. 48, 53, 74 and 86) to reflect any necessary changes influenced by this Regulation.

1. Scope

This Regulation applies to the following road illumination devices:

Headlamps emitting a driving-beam and/or an asymmetrical passing-beam for vehicles of categories L, M, N and T

Adaptive front-lighting systems (AFS) for vehicles of categories M and N

Headlamps emitting a driving-beam and/or a symmetrical passing-beam for vehicles of categories L and T

Front fog lamps for vehicles of categories L3, L4, L5, L7, M, N and T

Cornering lamps for vehicles of categories M, N and T

2. Definitions

For the purpose of this Regulation:

2.1. The definitions given in the latest series of amendments to UN Regulations Nos. 48 in force at the time of application for type approval shall apply , unless otherwise specified in this Regulation or in the pertinent installation UN Regulations Nos. 53, 74 and 86.

2.2. "Road illumination devices of different types" means road illumination devices which differ in such essential respects as:

2.2.1. The trade name or mark:

(a) Lamps bearing the same trade name or mark but produced by different manufacturers shall be considered as being of different types ;

(b) L amps produced by the same manufacturer differing only by the trade name or mark shall be considered as being of the same type;

2.2.2. The characteristics of the optical system;

2.2.3. The inclusion or elimination of components capable of altering the optical effects by reflection, refraction, absorption and/or deformation during operation;

2.2.4. The suitability for right-hand or left-hand traffic or for both traffic systems;

2.2.5. For headlamps: the kind of beam produced (passing-beam, driving-beam or both);

2.2.6. For AFS: the front-lighting function(s) produced (passing-beam, driving-beam and adaptive main-beam); the change of mode(s) and/or class(es) does not constitute a change of type ;

2.2.7. The category of light source(s) used and/or the light source module specific identification code(s); the use of LED substitute light source(s) does not constitute a change of type, however, paragraph 4.6.1. applies;

2.2.8. However, a device intended for the installation on the left side of the vehicle and the corresponding device intended for the installation on the right side of the vehicle shall be considered to be of the same type.

2.3. “Main mode” means:

- in case of a headlamp: principal passing-beam if present, otherwise front fog lamp if present, otherwise driving-beam;

- in case of AFS: passing-beam mode which draws the highest total wattage.

3. Administrative provisions

3.1. Application for approval

3.1.1. The application for type approval shall be submitted by the holder of the trade name or mark or by his duly accredited representative.

3.1.2. The application shall be accompanied by the following documents (in triplicate) and sample(s):

3.1.2.1. drawings, sufficiently detailed to permit identification of the type and, if applicable, of the class of the lamp, showing:

(a) Geometrically in what position(s) the lamp(s) and/or the lighting units may be mounted on the vehicle in relation to ground and vehicle longitudinal median plane;

(b) The axis of observation to be taken   as the axis of reference in the tests (horizontal angle H = 0°, vertical angle   V = 0°) or in the case of lighting units showing each of them in vertical (axial) section and in front elevation, with main details of the optical design including the axis/axes of reference; and the point to be taken as the centre of reference during the tests;

(c) The limit of the apparent surface of the function(s);

(d) The position and arrangement intended for the approval mark or the “Unique Identifier”;

(e) In case of light source module(s) also the space reserved for the specific identification code(s) of the module(s);

(f) A frontal view, with details of lens ribbing if any, and the cross section and any optical features, of the lens, if applicable;

3.1.2.2. A brief technical description stating in particular:

(a) In the case of lamps with replaceable UN approved light sources, the category or categories of light source(s) prescribed;

(b) In the case of lamps with replaceable light source modules, the light source module specific identification code;

(c) The make and type of supply and operating device(s), if any and if not being part of an installation unit;

(d) In the case where, at the discretion of the applicant, the lamp also has to be approved with the LED substitute light source(s) according to UN Regulation No. 128, this shall be specified in the description;

(e) If the device (lamp) is equipped with an adjustable reflector, the mounting position(s) of the lamp in relation to the ground and the longitudinal median plane of the vehicle;

3.1.2.2.1. In the case of a headlamp, it shall specify:

(a) Whether the headlamp is intended to provide both a passing-beam and a driving-beam or only one of these beams;

(b) If the headlamp is intended to provide a passing-beam, whether it is designed for both left-hand and right-hand traffic or for either left-hand or right-hand traffic only;

(c) To which Class(es) (passing-beam and/or driving-beam) the headlamp belongs;

(d) In the case of light source module(s) this shall include:

(i) A brief technical specification of the light source module(s);

(ii) A drawing with dimensions and the basic electrical and photometric values and the objective luminous flux and for each light source module a statement whether it is replaceable or not;

(iii) In case of electronic light source control gear, information on the electrical interface necessary for approval testing;

(e) Whether the left and the right headlamps are operating as matched pair;

3.1.2.2.2. In the case of an AFS, it shall specify:

(a) The lighting function(s) and their modes to be provided by the system; [1]

(b) The lighting units contributing to each of them and the signals [2] with the technical characteristics relevant to their operation;

(c) Which categories 2 of the bending mode requirements apply, if any;

(d) Which additional data set(s) of Class E passing-beam provisions according to Table 12, if any;

(e) Which set(s) of Class W passing-beam provisions according to paragraph 5.3.2., if any;

(f) Which lighting units 3 provide or contribute to one or more passing-beam cut-off(s);

(g) The indication(s) 2 according to the provisions of paragraph 5.3.5.1. with respect to paragraph 6.22. of UN Regulation No. 48;

(h) Which lighting units are designed to provide the minimum passing-beam illumination according to paragraph 5.3.2.8.1.;

(i) Mounting and operation requirements for test purposes;

(j) Any other relevant information;

(k) In the case of light source module(s) this shall include, for each module:

(i) A brief technical specification of the light source module(s);

(ii) A drawing with dimensions and the basic electrical and photometric values and the objective luminous flux and for each light source module a statement whether it is replaceable or not;

(iii) In case of electronic light source control gear, information on the electrical interface necessary for approval testing;

(l) Any other front-lighting or front light signalling function(s), provided by any lamp(s) being grouped, combined or reciprocally incorporated to the lighting units of the system, for which approval is sought; sufficient information for identification of the respective lamp(s) and indication of the Regulation(s), according to which they are intended to be (separately) approved;

3.1.2.2.3. In the case of adaptation of the driving-beam, which lighting units 2 provide or contribute to the gradual adaptation of the driving-beam and of the sensor system along with the technical characteristics relevant to their operation.

3.1.2.2.3.1. The safety concept as laid down in the documentation, which, to the satisfaction of the Technical Service responsible for type approval tests:

(a) Describe the measures designed into the system to ensure compliance with the provisions of paragraphs 4.11.1.2. and 5.3.2.5.4.; and

(b) Indicates the instructions for their verification according to paragraph   5.3.2.6.; and/or

(c) Gives access to the relevant documents demonstrating the system’s performance concerning sufficient reliability and safe operation of the measures specified according to paragraph   3.1.2.2.3.1. a), e.g. FMEA ("Failure Mode and Effect Analysis"), FTA ("Fault Tree Analysis") or any similar process appropriate to system safety considerations.

3.1.2.3. If not otherwise specified, two complete samples, one sample intended for the installation on the left side of the vehicle and one sample intended for the installation of the right side of the vehicle.

3.1.2.4. For all lamps with plastic outer lenses, except for cornering lamps, samples of the plastic material of which the lenses are made (see Annex 8).

3.1.2.5. In the case of an AFS System, one set of samples of the system, for which approval is sought, including the mounting devices, supply and operating devices, and signal generators if any;

3.1.2.6. In the case of a type of lamp differing only by the trade name or mark from a type that has already been approved it is sufficient that t he application is accompanied by:

3.1.2.6.1. A declaration by the lamp manufacturer that the type submitted is identical (except in the trade name or mark) with and has been produced by the same manufacturer as the type already approved, the latter being identified by its approval number;

3.1.2.6.2. Two samples bearing the new trade name or mark or equivalent documentation.

3.1 .3. In the case of cornering [DP1] [DP2] lamps equipped with non-replaceable filament light source(s) or light source module(s) equipped with non-replaceable filament light source(s) , the applicant shall annex to the type approval documentation a report according to paragra ph 4.5.2. 6..

3.2. Approval

A separate approval is required for each lamp (function) listed in Table 1.

When two or more lamps (functions) are part of the same device, approval may be granted only if each of these lamps (functions) satisfy the provisions set out in this Regulation or in another UN Regulation. Lamps (functions) not satisfying the provisions of any of those UN Regulations shall not be part of such device.

3.2.1. If the devices submitted for approval in pursuance of paragraph 3.1. meet the requirements of this Regulation approval shall be granted.

3.2.2. An approval number shall be assigned to each type approved and shall be marked on the device following the requirements of paragraph 3.3.. The same Contracting Party shall not assign the same number to another type of device covered by this Regulation.

3.2.3. Notice of approval or of extension or refusal or withdrawal of approval of a type of a device pursuant to this Regulation shall be communicated to the Contracting Parties to the 1958   Agreement which apply this Regulation, by means of a form conforming to the model in Annex 1.

3.2.4. If approval is sought for an AFS which is not intended to be included as part of the approval of a vehicle type according to UN Regulation No. 48,

3.2.4.1. The applicant shall submit sufficient documentation to prove the capability of the system to comply with the provisions of paragraph 6.22. of UN Regulation No.   48 when correctly installed, and

3.2.4.2. The system shall be approved according to UN Regulation No.   10.

3.2.5. The symbols identifying the road illumination function for which type approval has been granted.

Table 1

List of symbols/combinations (full list is provided in Annex 1 “Communication”)

Lamp (function)

Symbol

Symbol if device is part of a matched pair

Driving-beam headlamp of Class A

R

YR

Passing-beam headlamp of Class V (asymmetrical)

V

YV

Driving-beam headlamp of Class B

HR

YHR

Passing-beam headlamp of Class C (asymmetrical)

C

YC

Auxiliary Driving-Beam

RA

-

Adaptive Front lighting System ( Class AFS -C ): basic passing-beam

XC 5 XC 3

-

Adaptive Front lighting System ( Class AFS - E ): motorway passing-beam

XCE [3] , [4]

-

Adaptive Front lighting System ( Class AFS -V ): town passing-beam

XCV 3 , 4 , 5

-

Adaptive Front lighting System ( Class AFS -W ): adverse weather passing-beam

XCW 3 , 4 , 5

-

Adaptive Front lighting System ( Class AFS - R ): driving-beam

XR   5 3

-

Passing-beam headlamp of Class AS (symmetrical)

C-AS

YC-AS

Passing-beam headlamp of Class BS (symmetrical)

C-BS

YC-BS

Passing-beam headlamp of Class CS (symmetrical)

WC-CS

YC-CS*

Passing-beam headlamp of Class DS (symmetrical)

WC-DS

YC-DS*

Driving-beam headlamp of Class BS

R-BS

YR-BS*

Secondary driving-beam headlamp of Class CS

WR-CS

YR-CS*

Secondary driving-beam headlamp of Class DS

WR-DS

YR-DS*

Adaptive driving-beam for vehicles of category L3

ADB

YADB

Front fog lamp Class F3

F3

YF3

Cornering lamp

K

-

 

* The symbol “W” is not indicated because deemed unnecessary for these classes as part of a matched pair

3.2.6. The applicable change indexes for each device relating to the series of amendments shall be as follows (see also paragraph 6.1.1.):


Table 2

Series of amendments and change index

Series of amendments to the Regulation

00

01

 

Function (Lamp)

Change Index for the specific function (lamp)

Driving-beam headlamp of Class A

0

1

 

Passing-beam headlamp of Class A (asymmetrical)

0

-

 

Passing-beam headlamp of Class V (asymmetrical)

-

0

 

Driving-beam headlamp of Class B

0

1

 

Passing-beam headlamp of Class B (asymmetrical)

0

-

 

Passing-beam headlamp of Class C (asymmetrical)

-

0

 

Auxiliary driving-beam

-

0

 

Adaptive driving-beam

0

1

 

Adaptive driving-beam for vehicles of  category L3

-

0

 

Driving-beam headlamp of Class D (GDL)

0

-

 

Passing  beam headlamp of Class D (GDL)

0

-

 

Adaptive Front lighting System (AFS): basic passing-beam

0

1

 

Adaptive Front lighting System (AFS): motorway passing-beam

0

1

 

Adaptive Front lighting System (AFS): town passing-beam

0

1

 

Adaptive Front lighting System (AFS): adverse weather passing-beam

0

1

 

Adaptive Front lighting System (AFS): driving-beam

0

1

 

Passing-beam headlamp of Class AS (symmetrical)

0

1

 

Passing-beam headlamp of Class BS (symmetrical)

0

1

 

Passing-beam headlamp of Class CS (symmetrical)

0

1

 

Passing-beam headlamp of Class DS (symmetrical)

0

1

 

Passing-beam headlamp of Class ES (symmetrical)

0

-

 

Driving-beam headlamp of Class BS

0

1

 

Secondary driving-beam headlamp of Class CS

0

1

 

Secondary driving-beam headlamp of Class DS

0

1

 

Driving-beam headlamp of Class ES

0

-

 

Front fog lamp Class F3

0

1

 

Cornering lamp

0

1

 

Notes to Table 2:

A dash “- means that this function is not available for type approvals according to the corresponding series of amendments.

3.3. Approval marking

3.3.1. General provisions

3.3.1.1. Every device belonging to an approved type shall comprise a space of sufficient size for the Unique Identifier (UI) as referred to in the 1958 Agreement and other markings as defined in paragraph 3.3.2.6. or, if technically not possible, the approval marking with the additional symbols and other markings as defined in paragraph 3.3.2. respectively.

3.3.1.2. Examples of the arrangement of the markings are shown in Annex 13.

3.3.1.2.1. The value for “a” in part 1 of Annex 13 shall be at least 5 mm in case of plastic lenses and at least 8 mm in case of glass lenses.

3.3.1.3. The space for the UI or the approval mark shall be shown in the drawings mentioned in paragraph 3.1.2.

3.3.1.4. The UI or the approval mark with the additional symbols, shall be clearly legible and indelible. It may be placed on an inner or outer part (transparent or not) of the lamp which cannot be separated from the transparent part of the lamp emitting the light. In any case the marking as well as the category or categories of LED substitute light source(s) prescribed, if any, shall be visible when the lamp is fitted on the vehicle or when a movable part such as the hood or boot lid or a door is opened.

3.3.1.5. In the case of grouped, combined or reciprocally incorporated lamps a single UI or approval mark may be applied, provided that all the grouped, combined or reciprocally incorporated lamps satisfy the pertinent Regulation and that the following requirements are also fulfilled:

(a) Requirements of paragraph 3.3.2. apply;

(b) No part of the grouped, combined or reciprocally incorporated lamps that transmits light can be removed without at the same time removing the approval   mark;

(c) The symbols for each lamp, appropriate to each UN Regulation under which approval has been granted, shall be marked:

(i) Either on the appropriate light-emitting surface;

(ii) Or in a group, in such a way that each lamp of the grouped, combined or reciprocally incorporated lamps may be clearly identified;

(d) The size of the components of a single approval mark shall not be less than the minimum size required for the smallest of the individual marks by the pertinent UN Regulations under which approval has been granted .

3.3.1.6. In the case of different types of lamps complying with the requirements of several UN Regulations, which use the same outer lens having the same or different colour, a single approval mark may be used provided that:

(a) The symbols for each lamp, appropriate to each UN Regulation under which approval has been granted, are marked in conformity to paragraph 3.3.2.;

(b) The main body of the lamp shall bear the approval mark of the actual function(s);

(c) The size of the components of a single approval mark shall not be less than the minimum size required for the smallest of the individual marks by the pertinent Regulation.

3.3.1.7. In the case of lamps grouped, combined or reciprocally incorporated with other lamps the lens of which may also   be used for other types of lamps the provisions of paragraph 3.3. apply.

3.3.2. The approval marking shall consist of:

3.3.2.1. A circle surrounding the letter "E" followed by the distinguishing number of the country which has granted approval. [5]

3.3.2.2. The approval number prescribed in paragraph 3.2.2.

3.3.2.3. The number of this Regulation followed by the letter 'R' and the two digits indicating the series of amendments in force at the time of issue of the approval.

3.3.2.4. Additional symbols for headlamps, AFS and front fog lamps:

3.3.2.4.1. In the case of headlamps/AFS installation unit meeting left-hand traffic requirements only, a horizontal arrow pointing to the right of an observer facing the headlamp, i.e. to the side of the road on which the traffic moves;

3.3.2.4.2. In the case of headlamps/AFS installation unit designed to meet the requirements of both traffic systems by means of an appropriate adjustment of the setting of the optical unit or the light source(s) or light source module(s), a horizontal arrow with a head on each end, the heads pointing respectively to the left and to the right;

3.3.2.4.3. Front fog lamps of Class F3 having asymmetric light distribution and which must not be indiscriminately mounted on either side of the vehicle, shall bear an arrow pointing to the outside of the vehicle;

3.3.2.4.4. In the case of front fog lamps, headlamps and AFS installation unit incorporating a lens of plastic material, the group of letters "PL" to be affixed near the symbols identifying the lighting;

3.3.2.4.5. In the case of headlamps/AFS installation unit meeting the requirements of the driving-beam, an indication, placed near the circle surrounding the letter "E", of the maximum luminous intensity expressed by a reference mark (I' M ), as defined in paragraph 5.1.3.6.

In the case of grouped or reciprocally incorporated driving-beam headlamps/AFS lighting unit, indication of the maximum luminous intensity of the driving-beams as a whole shall be expressed as above.

3.3.2.4. 7 6 . In the case of AFS, a score above the letter(s) indicates that the AFS function(s) is(are) provided by more than one installation unit on that side of the system.

3.3.2.5. The approval number and the symbols shall be placed close to the circle and either above or below the letter “E”, or to the right or left of that letter. The   digits of the approval number shall be on the same side of the letter “E” and face the same direction.

3.3.2.6. Other markings

Road illumination functions or systems shall bear, in indelible and clearly legible manner, the trade name or mark of the applicant and the following markings:

3.3.2.6.1. In the case of devices including a passing-beam designed to satisfy the requirements both of right-hand and of left-hand traffic, markings indicating the two settings of the optical unit on the vehicle or of the light source on the reflector; these markings shall consist of the letters "R/D" for the position for right-hand traffic and the letters "L/G" for the position for left-hand traffic;

3.3.2.6.2. In the case of lamps with replaceable UN approved light source(s) or with replaceable light source modules, a marking indicating:

(a) The category or categories of light source(s) prescribed; in the case where lamps have been approved for LED substitute light source(s), also the category or categories of the LED substitute light source(s); and/or

(b) The rated voltage(s), the rated wattage(s) and specific identification code of light source module(s);

3.3.2.6.3. In the case of lamps with light source module(s), a marking on the light source module(s) indicating:

(a) The trade name or mark of the applicant;

(b) The specific identification code of the module . This specific identification code shall comprise the starting   letters “MD” for “MODULE” followed by the markings as described in Paragraphs 3.3.2.1. without the circle and 3.3.2.2. and, in case several non-identical light source modules are used, followed by additional symbols or characters . T his identification code shall be shown in the drawings mentioned in paragraph 3.1.2..

The approval mark does not have to be the same as the one on the lamp in which the module is used, but both marks shall be from the same applicant;

(c) The rated voltage or the range of voltage.

In the case where the light-source module(s) is non-replaceable, it does not need to be marked.

3.3.2.6.4. In the case of cornering lamps with:

(a) An electronic light source control gear; or

(b) Non-replaceable light sources; and/or

(c) Light source module(s);

marking of the rated voltage or range of voltage;

3.3.2.6.5. In the case an electronic light source control gear, which is part of the lamp but not included into the lamp body, is used to operate a light source or a light source module(s), it shall be marked with its specific identification code and the rated input voltage or range of voltage. O n an electronic light source control gear:

3.3.2. 6 .5.1. [DP3] [DP4] [DP5] I n case of headlamps, AFS systems and front fog lamps:

If an electronic light source control gear which is not part of a light source module is used to operate a light source module(s), it shall be marked with its specific identification code(s), the rated input voltage and wattage.

3.3.2. 6 .5.2. I n case of cornering lamps:

An electronic light source control gear being part of the lamp but not included into the lamp body shall bear the name of the manufacturer and its identification number.

 

3.3.2.6.6. In the case of AFS, front fog lamps and headlamps except Class AS , BS, CS, and D S meeting the requirements of Annex 7 only when supplied with a voltage of 12V, a marking consisting of the Number 24 crossed out by an oblique cross (X) near the holders of the light source(s) as shown in Annex 12 ;

3.3.2.6.7. In the case of a headlamp having additional lighting unit(s) for vehicles of categories L and T:

3.3.2.6.7 .1. The headlamps producing the principal passing-beam shall bear specific identification code of the additional lighting unit(s) mentioned in paragraph 3.3.2.6.7.2.2.

3.3.2.6.7 .2. Additional lighting unit(s) shall bear the trade name or mark of the applicant and the following markings:

3.3.2.6.7 . 2.1. In the case of light source(s), their category(ies); in the case where the lamp has been approved for the use of LED substitute light source(s) in the additional lighting unit(s), also the category or categories of the LED substitute light source(s); and/or

In the case of light source module(s), the rated voltage and rated wattage and the specific identification code(s) of the light source module(s).

3.3.2.6.7 . 2.2. The specific identification code(s) of the additional lighting unit(s). This marking shall be clearly legible and indelible.

This specific identification code shall be comprised of starting letters "ALU" for "Additional Lighting Unit" followed by approval marking without the circle and in the case where several non-identical additional lighting units are used, additional symbols or characters shall follow. This specific identification code shall be shown in the drawings. The approval marking does not have to be the same as the one on the lamp in which the additional lighting unit(s) is used, but both markings shall be from the same applicant.

3.3.2.7. Road Illumination Devices may bear on their light-emitting surface a centre of reference as shown in Annex 11.

3.3.3. The approval marking may be replaced by the Unique Identifier (UI), if available. The Unique Identifier mark shall follow the format in the example shown below:

Figure I

Unique Identifier (UI)

The above Unique Identifier (UI) marked on the lamp shows that the type concerned has been approved and that the relevant information on that type approval can be accessed on the UN secure internet database by using 163210 as the Unique Identifier.

3.4. Modifications of a road illumination device and extension of approval

3.4.1. Every modification of a type of lamp shall be notified to the Type Approval Authority which approved the type. The Authority may then either:

3.4.1.1. Consider that the modifications made are unlikely to have an appreciable adverse effect and that in any case the lamp still complies with the requirements; or

3.4.1.2. Require a further test report from the technical service responsible for conducting the tests.

3.4.2. Confirmation or refusal of approval, specifying the alterations, shall be communicated by the procedure specified in paragraph 3.2.3. to the Contracting Parties to the 1958 Agreement applying this Regulation.

3.4.3. The Type Approval Authority issuing the extension of approval shall assign a series number for such an extension and inform thereof the other Contracting Parties to the 1958 Agreement applying this Regulation under which the approval has been granted by means of a communication form conforming to the model in Annex 1 to this Regulation.

3.5. Conformity of production procedures

The conformity of production procedures shall comply with those set out in the 1958 Agreement, Schedule 1 (E/ECE/TRANS/505/Rev.3), with the requirements set forth in paragraph 6.

3.6. Penalties for non-conformity of production

3.6.1. The approval granted in respect of a device pursuant to this Regulation may be withdrawn if the foregoing requirements are not met;

3.6.2. If a Contracting Party to the Agreement which applies this Regulation withdraws an approval it has previously granted, it shall forthwith so notify the other Contracting Parties applying this Regulation, by means of a communication form conforming to the model in Annex 1.

3.7. Production definitively discontinued

If the holder of the approval completely ceases to manufacture a device approved in accordance with this Regulation, he shall so inform the authority which granted the approval. Upon receiving the relevant communication, that authority shall inform thereof the other Contracting Parties to the 1958 Agreement applying this Regulation by means of a communication form conforming to the model in Annex 1.

3.8. Names and addresses of Technical Services responsible for conducting approval tests, and of Type Approval Authorities

The Contracting Parties to the 1958 Agreement which apply a UN Regulation shall communicate to the United Nations Secretariat the names and addresses of the Technical Services responsible for conducting approval tests and of the Type Approval Authorities which grant approval and to which forms certifying approval or extension or refusal or withdrawal of approval, or the definitive discontinuation of production issued in other countries, are to be sent.

4. General technical requirements

Lamps submitted for approval shall conform to the requirements set forth in paragraphs 4 and 5.

The requirements contained in sections 5 "General specifications" and 6 "Individual specifications" (and in the Annexes referenced in the said sections) of UN Regulations No. 48, 53, 74 or 86, and their series of amendments in force at the time of application for the lamp type approval shall apply to this Regulation.

The requirements pertinent to each lamp and to the category/ies of vehicle on which the lamp is intended to be installed shall be applied, where its verification at the moment of lamp type approval is feasible.

4.1. The lamps must be so designed and constructed that under normal conditions of use and notwithstanding the vibrations to which they may be subjected in such use, their satisfactory operation remains assured and they retain the characteristics prescribed by this Regulation.

4.2. Lamps shall be so made that they give adequate illumination without dazzle when emitting the passing-beam, and good illumination when emitting the driving-beam.

4.3. Lamps shall be fitted with a device enabling them to be so adjusted on the vehicles as to comply with the rules applicable to them. Such a device need not be fitted on units in which the reflector and the diffusing lens cannot be separated, provided the use of such units is confined to vehicles on which the lamp setting can be adjusted by other means.

4.3.1. In case of headlamps of classes AS, BS, CS, D S and of front fog lamps , such a device may or may not provide horizontal adjustment, provided that the headlamps are so designed that they can maintain a proper horizontal aiming even after the vertical aiming adjustment.

4.3.2. In case of cornering lamps, such a device is not required.

4.4. Where a lamp producing a principal passing-beam and a lamp producing a driving-beam, each equipped with its own light source(s) or light source module(s), are assembled to form one unit, the adjusting device shall enable the principal passing-beam and the driving-beam to be adjusted individually.

However, these provisions shall not apply to assemblies whose optical units are indivisible.

4.5. Light sources

4.5.1. Use of light sources

The lamp shall only be equipped with:

- replaceable  light source(s) approved according to UN Regulations Nos. 37, 99 and/or 128, provided that no restriction on the use is made at the time of application for type approval, and/or

- light source module(s) and/or

- non-replaceable light source

4.5.2. General requirements with regard to light sources

4.5.2.1. In case a light source category or categories or type(s) is restricted for use in lamps on vehicles in use and originally equipped with such lamps, the applicant for type approval of the lamp shall declare that the lamp is only intended for installation on those vehicles; this shall be noted in the communication form

4.5.2.2. In case of replaceable UN approved light source(s),

(a) The design of the lamp shall be such that the light source(s) can be fixed in no other position but the correct one;

(b) The light source(s) holder shall conform to the characteristics given in IEC Publication   60061. The holder data sheet relevant to the category of light source(s) prescribed, applies.

Alternatively, where a category of LED substitute light source(s) is also prescribed, the holder data sheet relevant to the category of LED substitute light source(s) applies.

4.5.2.3. Electronic light source control gear(s), if applicable, shall be considered to be part of the lamp; they may be part of the light source module(s).

4.5.2.4. Road illumination devices shall not generate radiated or power line disturbances, which cause a malfunction of other electric/electronic systems of the vehicle. [6]

4. 5 .2. 5. In case of replaceable light source module(s), the design of the light source module(s) shall be such that

(a) it can only be fitted in the designated and correct position and can only be removed with the use of tool(s); and

(b) it is tamperproof; and

(c) regardless of the use of tool(s), it is not mechanically interchangeable with:

- any replaceable UN approved light source; and/or,

- any other replaceable light source module having different characteristics that is located in the same lamp housing.

4.5.2.5.1. In case of LED module(s), the modules shall comply with the requirements specified in Annex 9 .

4.5.2.5.2. In the case of a replaceable light source module the removal and replacement of this light source module shall be demonstrated to the satisfaction of the Technical Service.

4.5.2.5.2.1. The design of removable LED module(s) shall be such that when the LED module is removed and replaced by another module provided by the applicant and bearing the same light source module identification code, the photometric requirements of the headlamp or AFS system shall be met.

4.5.2.6. In the case of cornering [DP6] [DP7] lamps equipped with   non-replaceable filament light source(s) or light source module(s) equipped with non-replaceable filament light source(s), the applicant shall annex to the type approval documentation a report, acceptable to the Authority responsible for type approval, that demonstrates compliance of these non-replaceable filament light source(s) with the requirements as specified in paragraph 4.11 of IEC 60809, Edition 3.

4.5.3. Specific requirements with regard to light sources

4.5.3.1. In case of the principal passing-beam either the total objective luminous flux of all light sources (UN approved light sources, light source modules and non-replaceable light sources) producing the principle passing-beam shall be equal or greater than the minimum values shown in Table 3

Table 3

Minimum and maximum values of the luminous flux of light sources (values expressed in lm)

Principle passing-beam classes

Minimum luminous flux

Maximum luminous flux

V, C, AFS-C, DS [DP8]

1.00∙10 3

---

AS

1.50∙10 2

9.00∙10 2

BS

3.50∙10 2

1.00∙10 3

CS

5.00∙10 2

2.00∙10 3

or the luminous flux in the principal passing-beam shall meet the requirements in zones I and II, as specified in the Table 4, when aimed according to paragraph s 3.2. (for c lasses V, C , AFS- C ) and respectively 3.3. (for all the other c lasses) in Annex 5.

Table 4

Minimum values of the luminous flux in the principal passing-beam in Zones I and II of light sources

Beam class es

Zone

Forward field

Minimum luminous flux
in field in lm

V, C, AFS-C , DS

I

30°L to 30°R and 15°D to1°U

4.00∙10 2

II

30°L to 30°R and 3.5°D to1°U

2.00∙10 2

AS

I

30°L to 30°R and 15°D to1°U

6.0∙10 1

II

30°L to 30°R and 3.5°D to1°U

3.0∙10 1

BS

I

30°L to 30°R and 15°D to1°U

1.40∙10 2

II

30°L to 30°R and 3.5°D to1°U

7.0∙10 1

CS

I

30°L to 30°R and 15°D to1°U

2.00∙10 2

II

30°L to 30°R and 3.5°D to1°U

1.00∙10 2

 

I f a n electronic light source control gear is used , the luminous flux of the [ UN approved ]   light source (s) and/or the principal passing - beam shall be determined according to paragraph 2. 7 . in Annex 10 . [DP9]

4.5.3.2. In case of the principle passing-beam the total objective luminous flux of all light sources (UN approved light sources, light source modules and non-replaceable light sources) producing the principle passing-beam shall be equal or smaller than the maximum values shown in Table 3, if any.

4.5.3.3. Front fog lamps, designed to operate permanently with an additional system to control the intensity of the light emitted, or which are reciprocally incorporated with another function, using a common light source, and designed to operate permanently with an additional system to control the intensity of the light emitted, are permitted.

4.5.3.4. Except for AFS and cornering lamps, in case of a lamp incorporating one or more light source(s) or light source module(s) producing the principal passing-beam or the front fog beam and having a total objective luminous flux which exceeds 2.00∙10 3 lumens, a reference shall be made in the communication form in Annex   1.

4.5.3.5. In case of an AFS incorporating light sources and/or light source module(s) producing the basic passing-beam and having a total objective luminous flux of the lighting units as indicated under item 9.2.2.3. of the communication form which exceeds 2.00∙10 3 lumen per side, a reference shall be made in the communication form in Annex   1.

4.6. Testing of the lamp with respect to light sources

Test of the lamp/device shall be carried out according to Annex 10.

4.6.1. In the case where the lamp, at the discretion of the applicant, also has to be approved with LED substitute light source(s), all measurements, photometric and colorimetric, shall be repeated using the LED substitute light source(s) prescribed.

4.7 . Testing of light transmitting components made of plastic material (except for cornering lamps and headlamps of classes AS).

4.7.1. If the outer lens of the lamp is made of plastic material tests shall be done according to the requirements in Annex 8.

4.7.2. The UV resistance of light transmitting components located inside a front fog lamp and made of plastic material shall be tested according to Annex 8, paragraph 3.3.

4.7.2.1. The test prescribed in paragraph   4.7.2. is not necessary if low-UV type light sources as specified either in the relevant UN Regulation or in Annex   9 are used, or if provisions are taken, to shield the relevant lamp components from UV radiation, e.g. by glass filters.

4.8. The sharpness and linearity of the cut-off, if applicable, shall be tested according to the requirements in Annex 6.

4.9. Except for cornering lamps, complementary tests shall be done according to the requirements in Annex 7 to ensure that in use there is no excessive change in photometric performance.

4.10. Passing-beam headlamps and AFS with asymmetrical "cut-off" line designed to satisfy the requirements both of right hand and of left-hand traffic may be adapted for traffic on a given side of the road either by an appropriate initial setting when fitted on the vehicle or by selective setting by the user. In all cases, only two different and clearly distinct settings, one for right hand and one for left-hand traffic, shall be possible, and the design shall preclude inadvertent shifting from one setting to the other or setting in an intermediate position.

Conformity with the requirements of this paragraph shall be verified by visual inspection and, where necessary, by a test fitting.

4.11. Testing of mechanical or electromechanical structures

4.11.1. On headlamps or AFS designed to provide alternately a driving-beam and a passing-beam, or a passing-beam and/or a driving-beam designed to become bend lighting, any mechanical, electromechanical or other device incorporated in the headlamp and lighting unit(s) for these purposes shall be so constructed that:

4.11 .1 .1 . The device is robust enough to withstand 50,000 operations under normal conditions of use. In order to verify compliance with this requirement, the Technical Service responsible for approval tests may:

(a) Require the applicant to supply the equipment necessary to perform the test;

(b) Forego the test if the headlamp presented by the applicant is accompanied by a test report, issued by a Technical Service responsible for approval tests for headlamps of the same construction (assembly), confirming compliance with this requirement.

4.11.1.2. Headlamps of classes C and V

In the case of failure , the luminous intensity above the line H-H shall not exceed the values of a passing-beam according to paragraph 5.2 .; in addition, on headlamps designed to provide a passing and/or a driving-beam to become a bend lighting, a minimum luminous intensity of at least 2.50∙10 3 cd. shall be fulfilled in test point 25V (V-V line, 1.72°D).

4.11. 1.3. Either the principal passing-beam or the driving-beam shall always be obtained without any possibility of the mechanism stopping in between two positions.

4.11.2. Headlamps of classes AS, BS, CS and DS

4.11.2.1. Except for additional light source(s) and additional lighting unit(s) used to produce bend lighting, in the case of failure it must be possible to obtain automatically a passing-beam or a state with respect to the photometric conditions which yields values not exceeding 1.20∙10 3 cd in Zone 1 and at least 2.40∙10 3 cd at 0.86D-V by such means as e.g. switching off, dimming, aiming downwards, and/or functional substitution;

4.11.2.2. Except for additional light source(s) and additional lighting unit(s) used to produce bend lighting, either the passing-beam or the driving-beam shall always be obtained without any possibility of the mechanism stopping in between the two positions.

4. 11 . 3. AFS

4.11.3.1. Except in the case of adaptation of the driving-beam, either the passing-beam or the driving-beam shall always be obtained, without any possibility of remaining in an intermediate or undefined state; if this is not possible, such a state must be covered by the provisions according to paragraph 4 . 1 1.3.2.;

4.11 .3.2. In the case of failure, it must be possible to obtain automatically a passing-beam or a state with respect to the photometric conditions which yields values not exceeding 1.30∙10 3 cd in the zone III b as defined in paragraph 5.3 . and at least 3.40∙10 3 cd in a point of "segment I max ", by such means as e.g. switching off, dimming, aiming downwards, and/or functional substitution;

When performing the tests to verify compliance with these requirements, the Technical Service responsible for approval tests shall refer to the instructions supplied by the applicant.

4.11.4. The user cannot, with ordinary tools, change the shape or position of the moving parts, or influence the switching device.

4.12. Illumination configuration of lamps with asymmetrical "cut-off" line only for different traffic conditions.

4.12.1. In the case of lamps designed to meet the requirements of traffic moving on one side of the road (either right or left) only, appropriate measures shall be taken to prevent discomfort to road users in a country where traffic moves on the side of the road opposite to that of the country for which the headlamp was designed [7] . Such measures may be:

(a) Occulting a part of the outer lens area;

(b) Downward movement of the beam. Horizontal movement is allowed;

(c) Any other measure to remove or reduce the asymmetrical part of the beam.

4.12.2. Following the application of the measures described in paragraph 4.12.1. the following requirements regarding the luminous intensity of the lamp shall be met with the adjustment left unchanged compared to that for the original traffic direction:

4.12.2.1. Passing-beam designed for right-hand traffic and adapted to left-hand traffic:

at 0.86°D - 1.72°L at least 2.50∙10 3 cd;

at 0.57°U - 3.43°R not more than 8.80∙10 2 cd.

4.12.2.2. Passing-beam designed for left-hand traffic and adapted to right-hand traffic:

at 0.86° D -1.72°R at least 2.50∙10 3 cd;

at 0.57°U - 3.43°L not more than 8.80∙10 2 cd.

4.13. If applicable, in order to comply with the relevant provisions of UN Regulation No. 48 a failure signal shall be provided in the following cases:

(a) a malfunction of the displacement of the kink of the elbow of the cut-off of a passing-beam;

(b) a failure of any one light source and/or LED module producing the principal passing-beam, except when they are wired so that the failure of any one light source and/or LED module causes all of them to stop emitting light.

4.14. The component(s) to which a replaceable light source is assembled shall be so made that the light source fits easily and, even in darkness, can be fitted in no position but the correct one.

4.15. For photometric adjustment and measuring conditions, see Annex 4.

4.15.1 In the case of lamps with replaceable light sources, the lamp shall be considered acceptable if it meets the requirements of paragraph   5. with at least one standard (étalon) light source, which may be submitted with the lamp.

4.16. Colour of light emitted:

The colour of the light emitted shall be white for all lamps. However, for front fog lamps the colour of the light emitted may be selective yellow if requested by the applicant.

4.17. In the case of headlamps or AFS with adjustable reflector the requirements of paragraphs 5.1. to 5.4. are applicable for each mounting position indicated according to paragraph 3.1.2.2. For verification the following procedure shall be used:

4.17.1. Each applied position is realized on the test goniometer with respect to a line joining the centre of the light source and point HV on an aiming screen. The adjustable reflector/system or part(s) thereof is then moved into such a position that the light pattern on the screen corresponds to the relevant aiming prescriptions;

4.17.2. With the reflector/system or part(s) thereof initially fixed according to paragraph 4.17.1., the device or part(s) thereof must meet the relevant photometric requirements of paragraphs 5.1. to 5.4.;

4.17.3. Additional tests shall be made after the reflector/system or part(s) thereof has been moved vertically ±2° or at least into the maximum position, if less than 2°, from its initial position by means of the headlamps/systems or part(s) thereof adjusting device. Having re-aimed the headlamp/system or part(s) thereof as a whole (by means of the goniometer for example) in the corresponding opposite direction the light output in the following directions shall be controlled and lie within the required limits:

passing-beam: for headlamp points B50L and 75R (B50R and 75L, respectively );

for AFS points B50L and 75R, or 50R if applicable;

for class AS, BS, CS and DS, points HV and 0.86D-V ;

driving-beam: I max and point HV (percentage of I max ).

4.18. A matched pair is allowed for:

- passing-beams of class C, V, AS, BS, CS or DS,

- driving-beams of class A, B, BS, CS, DS or ADB,

- front fog lamps.

4.1 9 . [DP10] For any r oad illumination devices listed in paragraph 1, in order to verify the visibility of white light towards the rear of a vehicle required in UN Regulation No.   48, the applicant may request a test, to show that in the angular field from 165° to 180° outboard in horizontal direction and -2.5° to +5° in vertical direction, the maximum luminous intensity is not more than 0.25 cd. This additional test may be conducted taking into account the influence of the vehicle body.

5. Specific Technical Requirements

5.1. Technical requirements concerning driving-beam of the Class A, B, RA, BS, CS or DS (symbols “R”, "HR", “RA”, "XR”, "R-BS”, “WR-CS” or “WR-DS”)

5.1.1. The headlamp shall be aimed according to Annex 5, paragraph 3.1. including the allowed specific tolerances of paragraph 4.

For devices where more than one light source is used to provide the driving-beam, these light sources shall be operated simultaneously to determine the maximum value of the luminous intensity (I max ).

5.1.2. It is also possible that a part of the driving-beam produced by one of these light sources will be used exclusively for short time signals "flash to pass" as declared by the applicant. This shall be indicated in the relevant drawing and a remark shall be made in the communication form.

5.1.3. For the coordinates of any measuring point/line/zone a 0.25 tolerance is allowed independently at each test point for photometry unless indicated otherwise.

5.1.4. The luminous intensity distribution of the driving-beam, referring to Figures A4-II, A4-III or A4-IV, shall meet the requirements of Table 5.

Table 5

Luminous intensity requirements for driving-beam

Test point

Angular coordinates in degrees

Minimum luminous intensity in cd

Class A

Class B

Class RA (Auxiliary)

Class BS

Class CS (Secondary)

Class DS (Secondary)

H-12L

12°L, 0°

6.00∙10 2

1.50∙10 3

-

-

-

-

H-9L

9°L, 0°

2.00∙10 3

3.40∙10 3

-

-

-

-

H-6L

6°L, 0°

3.40∙10 3

5.00∙10 3

-

2.50 ∙10 3

3.40 ∙10 3

5.00 ∙10 3

H-3L

3°L, 0°

1.20∙10 4

1.75∙10 4

-

9.0 ∙10 3

1.20 ∙10 4

1.75 ∙10 4

H-V**

0°, 0°

0.8× I max

0.8 × I max

0.8× I max

1.60∙10 4

2.00∙10 4

3.00∙10 4

H-3R

3°R, 0°

1.20∙10 4

1.75∙10 4

-

9.00 ∙10 3

1.20 ∙10 4

1.70 ∙10 4

H-6R

6°R, 0°

3.40∙10 3

5.00∙10 3

-

2.50 ∙10 3

3.40 ∙10 3

5.00 ∙10 3

H-9R

9°R, 0°

2.00∙10 3

3.40∙10 3

-

-

-

-

H-12R

12°R, 0°

6.00∙10 2

1.50∙10 3

-

-

-

-

2U-V

0°, 2°U

1.00∙10 3

1.70∙10 3

-

-

1.00 ∙10 3

1.70 ∙10 3

I max

-

2.70∙10 4

4.00∙10 4

1.00∙10 4

2.00∙10 4

2.70∙10 4

4.00∙10 4

Notes to Table 5: [DP11]

** In case of a matched pair, the contribution of each lamp on H-V point shall not be less than 40 per cent of the relevant beam class minimum I max required.

5.1.4.1. Except for classes BS, CS and DS, the point of intersection (HV) of lines
H-H and V-V shall be situated within the isocandela 80 per cent of maximum luminous intensity (I max )

5.1.4.2. The maximum value (I max ) shall not exceed 2.15∙10 5 cd in any direction.

5.1.4.2.1. The reference mark ( I′ M ) of the maximum luminous intensity shall be obtained by the ratio:

I′ M = I max /4,300

This value shall be rounded off to the value 2.5 - 5 - 7.5 - 10 - 12.5 - 17.5 - 20 - 25 - 27.5 - 30 - 37.5 - 40 - 45 - 50.

5.2. Technical requirements concerning headlamps to provide a passing-beam of the Class C and V (symbols “C” and “V”)

5.2.1. The headlamp shall be aimed according to Annex 5, paragraph 3.2. including the allowed specific tolerances of paragraph 4.

If, however, vertical adjustment cannot be performed repeatedly to the required position within the allowed tolerances, the instrumental method of Annex   6, paragraph   2. shall be applied to test compliance with the required minimum quality of the asymmetric "cut-off" line and to perform the beam vertical adjustment.

5.2.1.1. When so aimed, the headlamp shall:

(i) If its approval is sought solely for provision of a passing-beam [8] , comply with the requirements set out in paragraph 5.2.2. ;

(ii) If it is intended to provide both a passing-beam and a driving-beam, comply with the requirements set out in paragraphs 5.2.2. and   5.1.

5.2.2. The passing-beam shall meet the luminous intensities at the test points referred to in Table 6 and in Figure A4-V.

Table 6

Luminous intensities of passing-beam (all intensities expressed in cd)

 

Tabled requirements expressed

in cd

Position in deg.

horizontal

vertical

Class C

Class V

 

Element

at/from

to

at

min

max

min

max

Part A

B50L

3.43°L

-

0.57°U

 

3.50∙10 2

 

3.50∙10 2

BR

2.50°R

-

1.00°U

 

1.75∙10 3

 

1.75∙10 3

Segment BLL

8°L

20°L

0.57°U

 

6.25∙10 2

-

6.25∙10 2

P

7°L

-

H

6.3∙10 1

-

6.3∙10 1

-

Zone III

As specified in part C

-

6.25∙10 2

-

6.25∙10 2

S50+S50LL+S50RR b

-

-

4.00°U

1.90∙10 2 c)

-

-

-

S100+S100LL+S100RR b

-

-

2.00°U

3.75∙10 2 c)

-

-

-

50 R

1.72°R

-

0.86°D

1.01∙10 2

-

5.10∙10 3

-

75 R

1.15°R

-

0.57°D

1.21∙10 4

-

-

-

50 V

V

-

0.86°D

5.10∙10 3 a

-

5.10∙10 3

-

50 L

3.43°L

-

0.86°D

5.00∙10 3 a

3.70∙10 4

3.55∙10 3 a

3.70∙10 4

Segment 20 and below

3.50°L

V

2.00°D

-

-

-

-

Segment 50

6.84°L

6.84°R

0.86°D

2.54∙10 3

-

1.80∙10 3

-

40R

9°R

 

1.07°D

2.80∙10 3

-

1.95∙10 3

-

40L

9°L

 

1.07°D

2.80∙10 3

-

1.95∙10 3

-

Segment 40RR

14°R

9°R

1.07°D

8.50∙10 2

-

6.00∙10 2

-

Segment 40LL

14°L

9°L

1.07°D

8.50∙10 2

-

6.00∙10 2

-

Segment 25R

9°R

16°R

1.72°D

1.18∙10 3

-

8.25∙10 2

-

Segment 25

9°R

9°L

1.72°D

1.70∙10 3

-

1.20∙10 3

-

25V

 

1.72°D

2.50∙10 3

-

1.75∙10 3

-

Segment 25L

16°L

9°L

1.72°D

1.18∙10 3

-

8.25∙10 2

-

Segment 15

20°L

20°R

2.86°D

4.25∙10 2

-

3.00∙10 2

-

Segment 10 and below

4.50°L

2.00°R

4.00°D

 

0,8xthe actual

measured valued

at 50R

 

0,8xthe actual

measured valued

at 50R

Segment 10

4.50°L

2.00°R

4.00°D

5.00∙10 2

 

3.50∙10 2

 

I max

-

-

-

 

 

 

4.41∙10 4

 

Part B: Overhead sign requirements, angular position of measurement points

Point designation

S50LL

S50

S50RR

S100LL

S100

S100RR

Angular position in degrees

4°U / 8°L

4°U / V-V

4°U / 8°R

2°U / 4°L

2°U / V-V

2°U / 4°R

 

Zone III (bounded by the following coordinates in degree)

Part C

8.00°L

8.00°L

8.00°R

8.00°R

6.00°R

1.50°R

V-V

4.00°L

1.00°U

4.00°U

4.00°U

2.00°U

1.50°U

1.50°U

H-H

H-H

 

Notes: In the Table 6, Part A, B and C:

a In case of a matched pair the contribution of each lamp shall not be less than 50% of the required minimum value.

b Position requirements according to the provisions of Part B.

c One pair of position lamps, being incorporated with the headlamp or being intended to be installed together with the headlamp may be activated according to the indications of the applicant.

5.2.3. There shall be no lateral variations detrimental to good visibility in any of the zones I, III and IV.

5.2.4. Headlamps designed to meet the requirements of both right-hand and left-hand traffic shall, in each of the two setting positions of the optical unit, light source(s) or light source module(s) producing the principal passing-beam, meet the requirements set forth above for the corresponding direction of traffic.

5.2.5. The requirements in paragraph 5.2.2. shall also apply to headlamps designed to provide bend lighting and/or that include the additional light source(s) or light source module(s) referred to in paragraph 5.2.6.

5.2.5.1. If bend lighting is obtained by:

5.2.5.1.1. Swivelling the passing-beam or moving horizontally the kink of the elbow of the cut-off, the measurements shall be carried out after the complete headlamp assembly has been re-aimed horizontally, e.g. by means of a goniometer;

5.2.5.1.2. Moving one or more optical parts of the headlamp without moving horizontally the kink of the elbow of the cut-off, measurements shall be carried out with these parts being in their extreme operating position;

5.2.5.1.3. Means of additional light source(s) or light source module(s) without moving horizontally the kink of the elbow of the cut-off, measurements shall be carried out with this/these light source(s) or light source module(s) activated.

5.2.6. Additional UN approved light sources and/or additional light source module(s) may be used inside the passing-beam headlamp to contribute to bend lighting;

5.2.7. Additional UN approved light sources and/or additional light source module(s), inside the passing-beam headlamp, may be used for the purposes of generating infrared radiation. It/they shall only be activated at the same time as the principal light source(s) or light source module(s). In the event that (one of) the principal light source(s) or (one of) the principal light source module(s) fails, this (these) additional light source(s) and/or light source module(s) shall be automatically switched OFF;

5.2.8. In the event of failure of one or more additional light source(s), or one or more additional light source module(s) as described in paragraphs 5.2.6. and 5.2.7., the headlamp shall continue to fulfil the requirements of the passing-beam.

5.3. Technical requirements concerning adaptive front-lighting systems (AFS) (symbols “XC”, “XCE”, “XCV”, “XCW” and “XR”)

5.3.1. General provisions

5.3.1.1. Each system shall provide a Class C passing-beam according to paragraph   5.3.2.4. and one or more passing-beam(s) of additional class(es); it may incorporate one or more additional modes within each class of passing-beam and the front-lighting functions according to paragraph 5.3.3. and/or 3.1.2.2.2.

5.3.1.2. The system shall provide automatic modifications, such, that good road illumination is achieved and no discomfort is caused, neither to the driver nor to other road users.

5.3.1.3. The system shall be considered acceptable if it meets the relevant photometric requirements of paragraphs 5.3.2. and 5.3.3.

5.3.1.4. Photometric measurements shall be performed according to the applicant's description:

5.3.1.4.1. At neutral state;

5.3.1.4.2. At V-signal, W-signal, E-signal, T-signal whichever apply;

5.3.1.4.3. If applicable, at any other signal(s) and combinations of them, according to the applicant's specification.

5.3.2. Provisions concerning the passing-beam

The system shall, prior to the subsequent test procedures, be set to the neutral state, emitting the Class C passing-beam.

5.3. 2.1. For each side of the system (vehicle) the passing-beam in its neutral state shall produce from at least one lighting unit a "cut-off" as defined in Annex 5 or,

5.3. 2.1.1. The system shall provide other means, e.g. optical features or temporary auxiliary beams, allowing for unambiguous and correct aiming.

5.3.2.1.2. Annex 5 does not apply to the traffic-change function as described in paragraph 4.12.

5.3.2.2. The system or part(s) thereof shall be aimed according to the requirements of Annex   5 paragraph 3.2. including the allowed specific tolerances of paragraph   4 so that the position of the cut-off complies with the requirements indicated in the Table 8.

If, however, vertical adjustment cannot be performed repeatedly to the required position within the allowed tolerances, the instrumental method of Annex   6, paragraph 2. shall be applied to test compliance with the required minimum quality of the asymmetric "cut-off" line and to perform the beam vertical adjustment.

5.3.2.3. When so aimed, the system or part(s) thereof,

(a) If its approval is sought solely for provision of the passing-beam, needs to comply with the requirements set out in the relevant paragraphs;

(b) If it is intended to provide additional lighting functions according to the scope of this Regulation, it shall comply in addition with the requirements set out in the relevant paragraphs, if not being adjustable independently.

5.3.2.4. When emitting a specified mode of the passing-beam, the system shall meet the requirements in the respective section (C,   V,   E,   W) of part A of Table 7 (photometric values) and in Table 8 (I max and "cut-off" positions), as well as paragraph 2.1. (asymmetric "cut-off" definition) of Annex 5.

5.3.2.5. A bending mode may be emitted, provided that:

5.3.2.5.1. The system meets the respective requirements of part B of Table 7 (photometric values) and item B of Table 8 ("cut-off" provisions), when measured according to the procedure indicated in paragraph 5.3.4., relevant to the category (either category 1 or category 2) of the bending mode, for which approval is sought;

5.3.2.5.2. When the T-signal corresponds to the vehicle's smallest turn radius to the left (or right), the sum of the luminous intensity values provided by all contributors of the right or the left side of the system shall be at least 2.50∙10 3 cd at one or more points in the zone extending from H-H to 2° below H-H and from   10° to 45° left (or right);

5.3.2.5.3. If approval is sought for a category 1 bending mode, the use of the system is restricted to vehicles where provisions are taken such that the horizontal position of the "kink" of the "cut-off" which is provided by the system, complies with the relevant provisions of paragraph 6.22.7.4.5. (i) of UN Regulation No. 48;

5.3. 2.5.4. If approval is sought for a category 1 bending mode, the system is designed so that, in the case of a failure affecting the lateral movement or modification of the illumination, it must be possible to obtain automatically either photometric conditions corresponding to paragraph   5.3.2.4. or a state with respect to the photometric conditions which yields values not exceeding 1.30∙10 3 cd in the zone IIIb, as defined in Table 9, and at least 3.40∙10 3 cd in a point of "segment I max ";

However, this is not needed if, for positions relative to the system reference axis up to 5°L, at 0.3°U from   H-H, and greater than 5°L, at   0.57°U, a value of 8.80∙10 2 cd is in no case exceeded.

5.3.2.6. The system shall be checked on the basis of the relevant instructions of the manufacturer, indicated in the safety concept according to paragraph 3.1.2.2.3.1.

5.3.2.7. A system or part(s) thereof, designed to meet the requirements of both right-hand and left-hand traffic must, in each of the two setting positions according to paragraph 4.10. meet the requirements specified for the corresponding direction of traffic.

5.3.2.8. [s12] The system shall be so made that:

5.3.2.8.1. Any specified passing-beam mode provides at least 2.50∙10 3 cd at point   50V from each side of the system;

The mode(s) of the Class V passing-beam are exempted from this requirement;

5.3.2.8.2. Other modes:

When signal inputs according to paragraph 5.3.1.4.2. apply, the requirements of the paragraph 5.3.2. shall be fulfilled.

5.3.2.9. Provisions for passing-beam

Table 7

Passing-beam photometric requirements in conjunction with Figure A4-VI

Tabled requirements expressed in cd

Position in deg.

Passing-beam

horizontal

vertical

Class C

Class V

Class E

Class W b

 

Element

At/from

to

at

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

Part A

B50L

3.43°L

-

0.57°U

-

3.50∙10 2

--

3.50∙10 2

-

6.25∙10 2 f

-

6.25∙10 2

BR

2.50°R

-

1.00°U

-

1.75∙10 3

 

1.75∙10 3

-

1.75∙10 3

-

2.65∙10 3

Segment BLL

8.00°L

20°L

0.57°U

-

6.25∙10 2

-

6.25∙10 2

-

8.80∙10 2

-

8.80∙10 2

P

7.00°L

-

H

6.3∙10 1

-

6.3∙10 1

-

-

-

-

-

Zone III

As specified in Table   9

-

6.25∙10 2

-

6.25∙10 2

-

8.80∙10 2

-

8.80∙10 2

S50+S50LL+S50RR d

-

-

4.00°U

1.90∙10 2 e

-

-

-

1.90∙10 2 e

-

1.90∙10 2 e

-

S100+S100LL+S100RR d

-

-

2.00°U

3.75∙10 3 e

-

-

-

3.75∙10 2 e

-

3.75∙10 2 e

-

125R

1.15°R

-

0.34°D

-

-

-

-

1.20∙10 4

-

-

-

50R

1.72°R

-

0.86°D

1.01∙10 4

-

5.10∙10 3

-

-

-

-

 

75R

1.15°R

-

0.57°D

1.21∙10 4

-

-

-

1.52∙10 4

-

1.52∙10 4

-

50V

V

-

0.86°D

5.10∙10 3 g

-

5.10∙10 3

-

1.01∙10 4 a

-

1.01∙10 4 a

-

50L

3.43°L

-

0.86°D

5.00∙10 3 g

3.70∙10 4

3.55∙10 3 g

3.70∙10 4

6.80∙10 3 g

-

6.80∙10 3 g

3.70∙10 4

Segment 20 and below

3.50°L

V

2.00°D

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1.76∙10 4 b

Segment 50

6.84°L

6.84°R

0.86°D

2.54∙10 3

-

1.80∙10 3

-

2.54∙10 3

-

2.54∙10 3

-

40R

9°R

-

1.07°D

2.80∙10 3

-

1.95∙10 3

-

2.80∙10 3

-

2.80∙10 3

-

40L

9°L

-

1.07°D

2.80∙10 3

-

1.95∙10 3

-

2.80∙10 3

-

2.80∙10 3

-

Segment 40RR

14°R

9°R

1.07°D

8.50∙10 2

-

6.00∙10 2

-

8.50∙10 2

-

8.50∙10 2

-

Segment 40LL

14°L

9°L

1.07°D

8.50∙10 2

-

6.00∙10 2

-

8.50∙10 2

-

8.50∙10 2

-

Segment 25R

16°R

9°R

1.72°D

1.18∙10 3

-

8.25∙10 2

-

1.18∙10 3

-

1.18∙10 3

-

Segment 25

9°R

9°L

1.72°D

1.70∙10 3

-

1.20∙10 3

-

1.70∙10 3

-

-

-

25V

-

1.72°D

2.50∙10 3

-

1.75∙10 3

-

2.50∙10 3

-

-

-

Segment 25L

16°L

9°L

1.72°D

1.18∙10 3

-

8.25∙10 2

-

1.18∙10 3

-

1.18∙10 3

-

Segment 15

20°L

20°R

2.86°D

4.25∙10 2

-

3.00∙10 2

-

4.25∙10 2

-

-

-

Segment 10 and below

4.50°L

2.00°R

4.00°D

 

0.8xthe actual measured value at 50R

-

0.8xthe actual measured   value at 50R

-

0.8xthe actual measured value at

50R

-

7.10∙10 3

Segment 10

4.50°L

2.00°R

4.00°D

5.00∙10 2

-

3.50∙10 2

-

5.00∙10 2

-

-

-

I max 3 [DP13]

-

-

-

 

-

-

4.41∙10 4

-

-

-

-

Part B (bending mode): Table 7 applies, however the requirements for point B50L, Zone III and point 50L are indicated hereunder:

Tabled requirements expressed in cd

Position in deg.

Passing-beam

horizontal

vertical

Class C

Class V

Class E

Class W 2

 

Element

At/from

to

at

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

Part B

B50L

3.43°L

-

0.57°U

-

5.30∙10 2

-

5.30∙10 2

-

-

-

7.90∙10 2

Zone III

As specified in Table 9

-

880

-

8.80∙10 2

-

8.80∙10 2

-

8.80∙10 2

50L

3.43°L

-

0.86°D

1.70∙10 3

-

1.70∙10 3

-

3.40∙10 3

-

3.40∙10 3

-

Notes: In the Table 7, Part A and B:

a The contribution of each side of the system shall not be less than 2.50 ∙10 3 cd.

b Requirements according to the provisions indicated in Table 10 apply in addition.

c Position requirements according to the provisions of Table 8 ("Segment I max ").

d Position requirements according to the provisions of Table 11.

e One pair of position lamps, being incorporated with the system or being intended to be installed together with the system may be activated according to the indications of the applicant.

f Requirements according to the provisions indicated in Table 12 apply in addition.

g The contribution of each side of the system shall not be less than 50% of the required minimum value.

Table 8

Passing-beam elements angular position/extend, additional requirements

 

Beam part designation and requirement

“Reference” Class C passing-beam (neutral state)

Horizontal

Vertical

A

Angular position / extend in degrees for segment I max

The maximum luminous intensity in "Segment I max " as indicated in this Table shall be within the limits as prescribed in “I max ” in Table 7.

0. L

to

R

0. D

to

1.72°D

B

The "cut-off" and part(s) of shall:

(a) comply with the requirements of paragraph 1. of Annex 5 and

 

(b) be positioned with its "flat horizontal part"

-

at V = 0.57°D

 

Table 9

Passing-beam zones III, defining corner points

Angular position in degrees

Corner point No.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Zone III a

for Class C or Class V Passing-beam

horizontal

8°L

8°L

8°R

8°R

6°R

1.5°R

V-V

4°L

vertical

1°U

4°U

4°U

2°U

1.5°U

1.5°U

H-H

H-H

Zone III b

for Class W or Class E Passing-beam

horizontal

8°L

8°L

8°R

8°R

6°R

1.5°R

0.5°L

4°L

vertical

1°U

4°U

4°U

2°U

1.5°U

1.5°U

0.34°U

0.34°U

 

Table 10

Additional provisions for Class W passing-beam

Segment Designation

Position in deg.

Max. intensity in cd

Horizontal

Vertical

E

20°L to 20°R

10°U

1.75∙10 2

F1

10°L

10°U to 60°U

F2

V

F3

10°R

 

Table 11

Overhead sign requirements, angular position of measurement points

Point designation

S50LL

S50

S50RR

S100LL

S100

S100RR

Angular position in degrees

4°U / 8°L

4°U / V-V

4°U / 8°R

2°U / 4°L

2°U / V-V

2°U / 4°R

 

Table 12

Additional provisions for Class E passing-beam

Part A of Table7 applies, however the requirement for point B50L is replaced as indicated hereunder:

Tabled requirements expressed in cd

Position in deg.

Passing Beam

horizontal

vertical

Class E

Data Set Element

max

E1

3.43°L

0.57°U

5.30∙10 2

E2

4.40∙10 2

E3

3.50∙10 2

 

5.3.3. Provisions concerning the driving-beam

The system shall, prior to the subsequent test procedures, be set to the neutral state.

5.3.3.1. The lighting unit(s) of the system shall be adjusted, according to the instructions of the manufacturer, such that the area of maximum illumination is centred on the point (HV) of intersection of the lines H-H and V-V;

5.3.3.1.1. Any lighting unit(s) which is/are not independently adjustable, or, for which the aiming was done with respect to any measurements under paragraphs   5.3.2., shall be tested in its/their unchanged position.

5.3.3.2. When measured according to the provisions laid down in paragraph 5.1. the luminous intensity shall meet the requirements of Class B in Table 5 and of paragraph 5.1.4.2.

5.3.3.3. The illumination or part thereof emitted by an AFS may be automatically laterally moved (or modified to obtain an equivalent effect), provided that:

5.3.3.3.1. The system meets the requirements of Class B in Table 5 and   in paragraph 5.1.4.2. with each lighting unit measured according to the relevant procedure indicated in paragraph 5.3.4.

5.3.3.4. The system shall be so made that the lighting unit(s) of the right side and of the left side each provide at least 1.62∙10 4 cd at the point HV.

5.3.3.5. If the specified beam requirements are not met, a re-aiming of the beam position within the specific tolerances of Annex 5, paragraph 4, is allowed ; in the revised position all photometric requirements shall be met.

5.3.3.6. In the case of adaptation of the driving-beam function the system shall meet the requirements of the above paragraphs only when it is in the maximum condition of activation.

5.3.3.7. During adaptation, the driving-beam function shall meet the requirements for all the cases of right-hand and left-hand traffic specified in Part A of Table   13. These requirements shall be verified during the type approval testing in conjunction with a signal generator to be provided by the applicant. This signal generator shall reproduce the signals provided by the vehicle and cause the adaptation of the driving-beam and in particular shall represent the settings so that the photometric compliance can be verified.

5.3.3.7.1. If the driving-beam function meets the requirements in Part A of Table 13 specified for line 1 to line 3 for oncoming and preceding vehicles (symmetrical beam) the relevant information shall be noticed in the communication document in Annex 1.

5.3.3.7.2. If the requirements of paragraph 5.3.3.7. can be met for right-hand traffic or left-hand traffic only, the relevant information shall be reported in the communication document in Annex 1.

Table 13

Requirements concerning the adaptation of the driving-beam

Part A

Element

Position in deg.

Max. intensity b

in cd

Horizontal

Vertical

Line 1 Left

Oncoming vehicle at 50 m in the case of right-hand traffic

4.8°L to 2°L

0.57°U

6.25∙10 2

Line 1 Right

Oncoming vehicle at 50 m in the case of left-hand traffic

2°R to 4.8°R

0.57°U

6.25∙10 2

Line 2 Left

Oncoming vehicle at 100 m in the case of right-hand traffic

2.4°L to 1°L

0.3°U

1.75∙10 3

Line 2 Right

Oncoming vehicle at 100 m in the case of left-hand traffic

1°R to 2.4°R

0.3°U

1.75∙10 3

Line 3 Left

Oncoming vehicle at 200 m in the case of right-hand traffic

1.2°L to 0.5°L

0.15°U

5.45∙10 3

Line 3 Right

Oncoming vehicle at 200 m in the case of left-hand traffic

0.5°R to 1.2°R

0.15°U

5.45∙10 3

Line 4

Preceding vehicle at 50 m in the case of right-hand traffic

1.7°L to1.0°R

0.3°U

1.85∙10 3

>1.0°R to 1.7°R

2.50∙10 3

Line 4

Preceding vehicle at 50 m in the case of left-hand traffic

1.7°R to1.0°L

1.85∙10 3

>1.0°L to 1.7°L

2.50∙10 3

Line 5

Preceding vehicle at 100 m in the case of right-hand traffic

0.9°L to 0.5°R

0.15°U

5.30∙10 3

>0.5°R to 0.9°R

7.00∙10 3

Line 5

Preceding vehicle at 100 m in the case of left-hand traffic

0.9°R to 0.5°L

5.30∙10 3

>0.5°L to 0.9°L

7.00∙10 3

Line 6

Preceding vehicle at 200 m in the case of left-hand traffic and right-hand traffic

0.45°L to 0.45°R

0.1°U

1.60∙10 4

 

Part B

Element

Position in deg. a

Min. Intensity b

in cd

Horizontal

Vertical

50R

1.72°R

0.86°D

5.10∙10 3

50V

V

0.86°D

5.10 ∙10 3

50L

3.43°L

0.86°D

2.55 ∙10 3

25LL

16°L

1.72°D

1.18 ∙10 3

25RR

11°R

1.72°D

1.18 ∙10 3

a Angular positions are indicated for right-hand traffic.

b The photometric requirements for each single measuring point or line (angular position) of this lighting function apply to half of the sum of the respective measured values from all lighting units of the system applied for this function. In case of class ADB for vehicle of category L3, not being part of a matched pair, this provision does not apply.

Each of the lines defined in part A of Table 13, in conjunction with the test points as prescribed in part B of Table 13 shall be measured individually corresponding to the signal provided by the signal generator.

In the case where the passing-beam, which meets the requirements of paragraph 5.3.2., is continuously operated in conjunction with the adaptation of the driving-beam, the photometric requirements   in Part B of the Table 13 shall not be applied.

 

5.3.4. Measurement conditions with respect to bending modes

5.3.4.1. In the case of a system or part(s) thereof, which provide a bending mode, the requirements of paragraphs 5.3.2. (passing-beam), and /or   5.3.3. (driving-beam) apply for all states, corresponding to the turn radius of the vehicle. For verification with respect to the passing-beam and the driving-beam the following procedure shall be used:

5.3.4.1.1. The system shall be tested in the neutral state (central/straight), and, in addition in the state(s) corresponding to the smallest turn radius of the vehicle in both directions using the signal generator, if applicable.

5.3.4.1.1.1. Compliance with the requirements of paragraphs 5.3.2.5.2. and 5.3.2.5.4. shall be checked for both category 1 and category 2 bending modes without additional horizontal re-aim.

5.3.4.1.1.2. Compliance with the requirements of paragraphs 5.3.2.5.1. and 5.3.3., whichever applies, shall be checked:

(a) In case of a category 2 bending mode: without additional horizontal re-aim;

(b) In case of a category 1 or a driving-beam bending mode: after having horizontally re-aimed the relevant installation unit (by means of the goniometer for example) in the corresponding opposite direction.

5.3.4.1.2. When testing a category 1 or category 2 bending mode, for a turn radius of the vehicle other than specified in paragraph 5.3.4.1.1. it shall be observed whether the light distribution is substantially uniform and no undue glare occurs. If this cannot be confirmed the compliance with the requirement laid down in Table 7 shall be checked.

5.3.5. Other provisions

5.3.5.1. It shall be stated by means of a form conforming to the model in Annex 1, which lighting unit(s) provide a "cut-off" as defined in Annex 5, that projects into a zone extending from 6°L to 4°R and upwards from a horizontal line positioned at 0.8°D.

5.3.5.2. It shall be stated by means of a form conforming to the model in Annex 1, which Class E passing-beam mode(s), if any, comply with a "data set" of Table   12.

5.4. Technical requirements concerning headlamps to provide a passing-beam of the Class AS, BS, CS and DS (symbols “C-AS”, ”C-BS”, “WC-CS” and “WC-DS”).

5.4.1. Aiming procedure

5.4.1.1. The headlamp shall be aimed according to Annex 5, paragraph 3.3. including the allowed specific tolerances of paragraph 4.

If, however, vertical adjustment cannot be performed repeatedly to the required position within the allowed tolerances, the instrumental method of Annex   6, paragraph 2. shall be applied to test compliance with the required minimum quality of the symmetric "cut-off" line and to perform the beam vertical adjustment.

5.4.2. When so aimed, the headlamp must, if its approval is sought solely for provision of a passing-beam, comply with the requirements set out in paragraphs 5.4.3.; if it is intended to provide both a passing-beam and a driving-beam, it shall comply with the requirements set out in paragraphs 5.4.3. and 5.1.

5.4.3. The passing-beam shall meet the requirements as shown in the applicable table below and the applicable figure as shown in Annex 4.

5.4.3.1. For Class AS headlamps (Figure A4-VII in Annex 4 ):

Table 14

Passing-beam Class AS

Element

Angular coordinates in deg. a

Required luminous intensity in cd

Any point in Zone 1

0° to 15°U

5°L to 5°R

≤ 3.20∙10 2

Any point on line 25L to 25R b

1.72°D

5°L to 5°R

≥ 1.10∙10 3

Any point on line 12.5L to 12.5R

3.43°D

5°L to 5°R

≥ 5.50 ∙10 2

Note to Table 14

a 0.25 tolerance allowed independently at each test point for photometry unless indicated otherwise.

b In case of a matched pair the contribution of each lamp shall not be less than 50% of the required minimum value on 25V (1.72°D- V)

5.4.3.2. For Class BS headlamps (Figure A4-VIII in Annex 4):

Table 15

Passing-beam Class BS

Element

Angular coordinates in deg. a

Required luminous intensity in cd

Any point in Zone 1

0°to 15°U

5 ° L to 5 ° R

≤ 7.00∙10 2

Any point on line 50L to 50R except 50V

0.86 ° D

2.5 ° L to 2.5 ° R

≥ 1.10∙10 3

Point 50V b

0.86 ° D

≥ 2.20∙10 3

Any point on line 25L to 25R

1.72 ° D

5 ° L to 5 ° R

≥ 2.20∙10 3

Any point in Zone 2

0.86 ° D to 1.72 ° D

5 ° L to 5 ° R

≥ 1.10∙10 3

Note to Table 15

a 0.25 tolerance allowed independently at each test point for photometry unless indicated otherwise.

b In case of a matched pair the contribution of each lamp shall not be less than 50% of the required minimum value for this test point.

5.4.3.3. For Classes CS and DS headlamps (Figure A4-IX in Annex 4)

Table 16

Passing-beam Classes CS and DS

Element

Angular coordinates in deg. a

Required luminous intensity in cd

Minimum

Maximum

Class CS

Class DS

Classes CS, DS

P1

0.86°D

3.5°R

 

 

1.38∙10 4

P2 c

0.86°D

2.45∙10 3

4.90∙10 3

-

P3

0.86°D

3.5°L

 

 

1.38∙10 4

Segment 123

0.86°D

3.5°R to 3.5°L

2.00∙10 3

2.00∙10 3

-

Segment 4RR

1.07°D

9°R to 3.5°R

4.25∙10 2

8.50∙10 2

-

Segment 4LL

1.07°D

9°R to 3.5°R

4.25∙10 2

8.50∙10 2

-

Segment 5

2.00°D

15°L to 15°R

5.50∙10 2

1.10∙10 3

--

Segment 6

4.00°D

20°L to 20°R

1.50∙10 2

3.00∙10 2

0.8 x the actual measured value at point 2 [DP14]

P7

0

0

--

--

1,700

P8 ** [DP15]

4.00°U

8.0°L

∑ 8 + 9 + 10 1.50∙10 2 b

7.00∙10 2

P9 a

4.00°U

7.00∙10 2

P10 a

4.00°U

8.0°R

7.00∙10 2

P11 a [DP16]

2.00°U

4.0°L

∑ 11 + 12 + 13 3.00∙10 2 b

9.00∙10 2

P12 b

2.00°U

9.00∙10 2

P13 b

2.00°U

4.0°R

9.00∙10 2

P14 b

0

8.0°L and 8.0°R

5.0∙10 1 b

5.0∙10 1 b

-

P15 b

0

4.0°L and 4.0°R

1.00∙10 2 b

1.00∙10 2 b

9.00∙10 2

Zone 1

1°U/8°L-4°U/8°L-4°U/8°R-1°U/8°R-0°/4°R-0°/1°R-0.6°U/0°-0°/1°L-0°/4°L-1°U/8°L

--

--

9.00∙10 2

Zone 2

>4°U to <15°U

8°L to 8°R

--

--

7.00 ∙10 2

Notes to Table 16

a 0.25 tolerance allowed independently at each test point for photometry unless indicated otherwise.

b On request of the applicant during measurement of these points, the front position lamp approved to UN Regulation   No.   50, UN Regulation No. 7 or UN Regulation No. 148; if combined, grouped, or reciprocally incorporated-shall be switched ON.

c In case of a matched pair the contribution of each lamp shall not be less than 50% of the required minimum value .

5.4.3. 3.1. The light shall be as evenly distributed as possible within zones 1 and 2 for Class CS or DS headlamps.

5.4.4. Additional light source(s) and/or additional lighting unit(s) used to produce bend lighting is (are) permitted for vehicles of categories L and T, provided that:

5.4.4.1. The following requirement regarding illumination shall be met, when the principal passing-beam(s) and corresponding additional light source(s) used to produce bend lighting are activated simultaneously:

(a) Left bank (when the motorcycle is rotated to the left about its longitudinal axis) the luminous intensity values shall not exceed 9.00∙10 2 cd in the zone extending from H-H to 15°U and from V-V to 10°L.

(b) Right bank (when the motorcycle is rotated to the right about its longitudinal axis) the luminous intensity values shall not exceed 9.00∙10 2 cd in the zone extending from H-H to 15°U and from V-V to 10°R.

5.4.4.2. This test shall be carried out with the minimum bank angle specified by the applicant simulating the condition by means of the test fixture etc.

5.4.4.3. For this measurement, at the request of the applicant, principal passing-beam and additional light source(s) used to produce bend lighting, may be measured individually and the photometric values obtained combined to determine compliance with the specified luminous intensity values.

5.5. Technical requirements concerning front fog lamps of the Class F3 (symbol “F3”)

5.5.1. Photometric adjustment and measuring conditions

5.5.1.1. The front fog lamp shall be aimed according to Annex 5, paragraph 3.4. including the allowed specific tolerances of paragraph 4.

If, however, vertical adjustment cannot be performed repeatedly to the required position within the allowed tolerances, the instrumental method of Annex   6, paragraph   2. shall be applied to test compliance with the required minimum quality of the symmetric "cut-off" line and to perform the beam vertical adjustment.

5.5.1.2. When so adjusted the front fog lamp shall meet the requirements as shown in Table 17 and Figure A4-X.

5.5.2. Photometric requirements


Table 17 [DP17]

Type approval photometric requirements for front fog lamp

Element

Angular coordinates in deg .

Luminous intensity

in cd

To comply

vertical

horizontal

Point 1, 2

45° L, R

60° U

8.5∙10 1 max.

All points

Point 3, 4

30° L, R

40° U

Point 5, 6

60° L, R

30° U

Point 7, 1 0

40° L, R

20° U

Point 8, 9

15° L, R

20° U

Line 1

26° L to 26° R

U

1.30∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 2

26° L to 26° R

U

1.50∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 3

26° L to 26° R

U

2.45∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 4

26° L to 26° R

U

3.60∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 5

10° L to 10° R

4.85∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 6 a

from 5° inwards

to 10° outward

2.5° D

2.70∙10 3 min.

All line

Line 7 a

from 5° inwards

to 10° outward

6.0° D

<   50 per cent of max. on line 6

All line

Line 8L and R

22° L and 22° R

1.5°D to 3.5° D

1.10∙10 3 min.

One or more points

Line 9L and R

35° L and 35° R

1.5°D to 4.5° D

4.50∙10 2 min

One or more points

Zone D

10° L to 10° R

1.5° D to 3.5° D

1.20∙10 4 max.

Whole zone

 

Notes to Table 17

a In case of lamps constituting a matched pair ,   the half of the sum of the respective measured values from both lamps together   do es not apply to this element (see paragraph 1.5. of Annex 4)

 

Element

Vertical position   a
above h +
below h -

Horizontal position   a
left of v: -
right of v: +

Luminous intensity

in cd

To comply

Point 1, 2   b

+60°

±45°

8.5∙10 1 max.

All points

Point 3, 4 b

+40°

±30°

Point 5, 6 b

+30°

±60°

Point 7, 10 b

+20°

±40°

Point 8, 9 b

+20°

±15°

Line 1 b

+8°

-26° to +26°

1.30∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 2 b

+4°

-26° to +26°

1.50∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 3

+2°

-26° to +26°

2.45∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 4

+1°

-26° to +26°

3.60∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 5

-10° to +10°

4.85∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 6 c [DP18]

-2.5°

from 5° inwards

to 10° outward

2.70∙10 3 min.

All line

Line 7   c [DP19]

-6.0°

from 5° inwards

to 10° outward

<   50 per cent of max. on line 6

All line

Line 8L and R c

-1.5° to -3.5°

-22° and +22°

1.10∙10 3 min.

One or more points

Line 9L and R c

-1.5° to -4.5°

-35° and +35°

4.50∙10 2 min

One or more points

Zone D

-1.5° to -3.5°

-10° to +10°

1.20∙10 4 max.

Whole zone

Note s to T able 17

a The co-ordinates are specified in degrees for an angular web with a vertical polar axis.

b See paragraph 5.5.2.4 .

c See paragraph 5.5.2.2 .

5.5.2.1. The luminous intensity shall be measured either with white light or coloured light as prescribed by the applicant for use of the fog lamp in normal service. Variations in homogeneity detrimental to satisfactory visibility in the zone above the line   5 from   10°L to   10°R are not permitted.

5.5 . 2 .2. [DP20] [DP21] In case of front fog lamps constituting a matched pair corresponding to paragraph 3.3.2. 4 .3. , at the request of the applicant, the specified requirements in T able 17 and Table 19   apply to half the sum of readings of the right-hand and left-hand side   front fog lamp .

5.5.2. 2 3 . Inside the field between lines   1 to   5 in Figure A4-X, the beam pattern should be substantially uniform. Discontinuities in intensities detrimental to satisfactory visibility between the lines   6, 7, 8 and   9 are not permitted.

5.5.2. 3 4 . In the light-distribution as specified in Table 17, single narrow spots or stripes inside the area including the measuring points   1 to   10 and line   1 or inside the area of line   1 and line   2 with not more than   1.75∙10 2   cd are allowed, if not extending beyond a conical angle of   2° aperture or a width of   1°. If multiple spots or stripes are present, they shall be separated by a minimum angle of   10°.

5.5.3. Other photometric requirements

5.5.3. 2 1 . To adapt to dense fog or similar conditions of reduced visibility, it is permitted to automatically vary the luminous intensities provided that:

(a) An active electronic light source control gear is incorporated into the front fog lamp function system;

(b) All intensities are varied proportionately.

The system, when checked for compliance according to the provisions of paragraph   2.6.1. in Annex 10, is considered acceptable if the luminous intensities remain within   60 per cent and   100 per cent of the values specified in Table 17 .

5.5.3. 2 1 .1. An indication shall be inserted in the communication form (Annex   1, item   9).

5.5.3. 2 1 .2. The Technical Service responsible for type approval shall verify that the system provides automatic modifications, such that good road illumination is achieved and no discomfort is caused to the driver or to other road users.

5.5.3. 2 1 .3. Photometric measurements shall be performed according to the applicant's description.

5.6. Technical requirements concerning cornering lamps (symbol K)

5.6.1. Intensity of light emitted

The cornering lamp shall be installed on the goniometer according to Annex 5, paragraph 3.5. including the allowed specific tolerances of paragraph 4.

For a left side lamp, the intensity of the light at the specified measuring points and zones shall be as indicated in Table 18.

Table 18: Intensity of light emitted (left side lamp)

Element

Test point angular coordinates degrees

Required luminous intensity in cd

Vertical

Horizontal

Minimum

Maximum

P1

2.5°D

30°L

3.75∙10 2

-

P2

2.5°D

45°L

6.25∙10 2

-

P3

2.5°D

60°L

3.75∙10 2

-

Zone 1

Above 1.0°U

90°L to 90°R

-

3.00∙10 2

Zone 2

0° to 1.0°U

90°L to 90°R

-

6.00∙10 2

Zone 3

Below 0°

90°L to 90°R

-

1.40∙10 4

 

5.6.2. In the case of a single lamp containing more than one light source when all light sources are illuminated the maximum intensities shall not be exceeded.

5.6.3. Failure of a single lamp containing more than one light source:

5.6.3.1. In a single lamp containing more than one light source, a group of light sources, wired so that the failure of any one of them causes all of them to stop emitting light, shall be considered to be one light source.

5.6.3.2. In case of failure of any one light source in a single lamp containing more than one light source, at least one of the following provisions shall apply:

(a) The light intensity complies with the minimum intensity required in the table of standard light distribution in space as shown in Table 18; or

(b) A signal for activation of a tell-tale indicating failure, as indicated in paragraph 6.20.8. of UN Regulation No. 48, is produced, provided that the luminous intensity at 2.5°D 45°L for a left-side lamp (the L angle should be substituted for the R angle for a right-side lamp) is at least 50 per cent of the minimum intensity required. In this case a note in the communication form states that the lamp is only for use on a vehicle fitted with a tell-tale indicating failure.

5.6.4. Measurement methods

5.6.4.1. Measuring points expressed in degrees of angle with the   axis   of   reference are shown in Figure A4-XI.

5.6.4.2 . Horizontal and vertical angles for the field of geometric visibility are shown in Figures A4-XII and A4-XIII. The directions H = 0° and V = 0° correspond to the axis of reference. On the vehicle they are horizontal, parallel to the median longitudinal plane of the vehicle and oriented in the required direction of visibility. They pass through the centre of reference.

6. Conformity of production

6.1. General

6.1.1. Road illumination devices approved under this Regulation shall be so manufactured as to conform to the type approved by meeting the requirements set forth in paragraphs 4.16. and 5.

6.1.1.1. The minimum requirements for conformity of production control procedures set forth in Annex 2 shall be complied with;

6.1.1.2. The minimum requirements for sampling by an inspector set forth in Annex 3 shall be complied with.

6.1.2. The Type Approval Authority which has granted type approval may at any time verify the conformity control methods applied in each production facility. The normal frequency of these verifications shall be once every two years.

6.1.3. Road illumination devices with apparent defects are disregarded.

6.1.4. The reference mark is disregarded.

6.1.5. The measuring points in Table 6 Part B are disregarded.

6.1.6. The measuring points P8 to P15 in Table 16 are disregarded.

6.1.7. Testing with LED substitute light sources is exempted from conformity of production control

6.1.8. [DP22] Testing according to paragraph 4.1 9 . is exempted from conformity of production control

6.1. 8 9 . The conformity requirements shall be considered satisfied from a mechanical and a geometric standpoint, in accordance with the requirements of this Regulation, if any, if the differences do not exceed inevitable manufacturing deviations.

6. 1 . 10 . In the case of cornering [DP23] lamps using non-replaceable filament light source(s) or light source module(s) equipped with non-replaceable filament light sources, at any conformity of production check:

6. 1 . 1 0 .1. the holder of the approval mark shall demonstrate the use in normal production and show the identification of the non-replaceable filament light source(s) as indicated in the type approval documentation;

6. 1 . 10 .2. in the case where doubt exists in respect to compliance of the non-replaceable filament light source(s) with lifetime requirements and/or, in the case of colour coated filament light sources, with colour endurance requirements, as specified in paragraph 4.11 of IEC 60809, Edition 3, conformity shall be checked as specified in paragraph 4.11 of IEC 60809, Edition 3.

6.2. Photometric performance

6.2.1. With respect to photometric performances, the conformity of mass-produced lamps shall not be contested if, when testing photometric performances of any lamp chosen at random and equipped with a standard (étalon) light source and/or non-replaceable light source(s) and/or light source module(s), as present in the lamp ;

6.2.1.1. If not otherwise specified, no measured value deviates unfavorably by more than 20 per cent from the value prescribed in this Regulation.

6.2.1.1.1. For class C and V passing-beam corresponding to paragraph s 5.2. of this Regulation the conformity of mass-produced lamps shall not be contested if:

6.2.1.1.1.1. the maximum unfavorable deviation for the point B50L (or R) and zone III, may be respectively :

B50L (or R): 1.70∙10 2 cd equivalent 20 per cent

2.55∙10 2 cd equivalent 30 per cent

Zone III: 2.55∙10 2 cd equivalent 20 per cent

3.80∙10 2 cd equivalent 30 per cent

and no measured value deviates unfavorably by more than 20 per cent from the value prescribed in Table 6 for all others elements (points, segments and zones).

or:

6.2.1.1.1.2. at one point within a circle of 0.35 degrees radius around points B50L (or R) (with a tolerance of 85 cd), 75R (or L), 50V, 40R, 40L, and in the entire segment 50, the values prescribed in Table 6 are met (t he deviation of 20 per cent from the values prescribed does not apply).

6.2.1.1.1.2.1. and if, for the driving beam, HV being situated within the isocandela 0.75 I max a tolerance of + 20 per cent for maximum values and -20 per cent for minimum values is observed for the photometric values at any measuring point specified in paragraph 5.1. of this Regulation

6.2.1.1.1.3. If the results of the test described above do not meet the requirements, the alignment of the headlamp may be changed according to the provisions in Annex 5, paragraph 4.1.

6.2.1.1.2. For class BS, CS and DS headlamps corresponding to paragraph 5.4. of this Regulation for values in zone I, the maximum unfavorable deviation may be respectively:

Zone I: 2.55∙10 2 cd equivalent 20 per cent

3.80∙10 2 cd equivalent 30 per cent

6.2.1.1.2.1. If the results of the test described above do not meet the requirements, the alignment of the headlamp may be changed according to the provisions in Annex 5, paragraph 4.1.

6.2.1.1.3. For front fog lamps corresponding to paragraph 5.5. of this Regulation, Table   19 shall apply;

 


Table 19 [DP24]

Conformity of production, photometric requirements for front fog lamp

Element

Angular coordinates in deg .

Luminous   intensity in cd

To comply

Equivalent
20 per cent

Equivalent
30 per cent

Point 1, 2

45° L, R

60° U

1.15∙10 2 max.

1.30∙10 2 max .

All points

Point 3, 4

30° L, R

40° U

Point 5, 6

60° L, R

30° U

Point 7, 10

40° L, R

20° U

Point 8, 9

15° L, R

20° U

Line 1

26° L to 26° R

U

1.60∙10 2 max.

1.70∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 2

26° L to 26° R

U

1.80∙10 2 max.

1.95∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 3

26° L to 26° R

U

2.95∙10 2 max.

3.20∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 4

26° L to 26° R

U

4.35∙10 2 max.

4.70∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 5

10° L to 10° R

5.85∙10 2 max.

6.30∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 6 a

from 5° inwards

to 10° outward

2.5° D

2.16 ∙10 3   min.

1.89∙10 3 min.

All line

Line 8L and R

22° L and 22° R

1.5°D to 3.5° D

8.80∙10 2 min.

7.70∙10 2 min.

One or more points

Line 9L and R

35° L and 35° R

1.5°D to 4.5° D

3.60∙10 2 min.

3.15∙10 2 min.

One or more points

Zone D

10° L to 10° R

1.5° D to 3.5° D

1.44∙10 4 max.

1.56∙10 4 max.

Whole zone

Notes to Table 19

a In case of lamps constituting a matched pair ,   the half of the sum of the respective measured values from both lamps together does not apply to this element (see paragraph 1.5. of Annex 4)

 

Element

Vertical position   a
above h +
below h -

Horizontal position   a
left of v: -
right of v: +

Luminous intensity in c d

To comply

Equivalent
20 per cent

Equivalent
30 per cent

Point 1, 2   b

+60°

±45°

1.15∙10 2 max.

1.30∙10 2 max .

All points

Point 3, 4 b

+40°

±30°

Point 5, 6 b

+30°

±60°

Point 7, 10 b

+20°

±40°

Point 8, 9 b

+20°

±15°

Line 1 b

+8°

-26° to +26°

1.60∙10 2 max.

1.70∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 2 b

+4°

-26° to +26°

1.80∙10 2 max.

1.95∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 3

+2°

-26° to +26°

2.95∙10 2 max.

3.20∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 4

+1°

-26° to +26°

4.35∙10 2 max.

4.70∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 5

-10° to +10°

5.85∙10 2 max.

6.30∙10 2 max.

All line

Line 6

-2.5°

from 5 ° inwards

to 10 ° outwards

2.16 ∙10 3   min.

1.89∙10 3 min.

All line

Line 8

L and R c

-1.5° to -3.5°

-22° and +22°

8.80∙10 2 min.

7.70∙10 2 min.

One or more points

Line 9

L and R c

-1.5° to -4.5°

-35° and +35°

3.60∙10 2 min.

3.15∙10 2 min.

One or more points

Zone D

-1.5° to -3.5 °

-10° to +10°

1.44∙10 4 max.

1.56∙10 4 max.

Whole zone

Note to Table 19 :

a The co-ordinates are specified in degrees for an angular web with a vertical polar axis.

b See paragraph 5 .5. 2.4.

c See paragraph 5 .5. 2 .2.

 

6.2.1.1.3.1 [DP25] In the light-distribution as specified in Table 1 9 , single narrow spots or stripes inside the area including the measuring points   1 to   10 and line   1 or inside the area of line   1 and line   2 with not more than   2.10∙10 2   cd are allowed, if not extending beyond a conical angle of   2° aperture or a width of   1°. If multiple spots or stripes are present, they shall be separated by a minimum angle of   10°.

6.2.1.1.3. 1 2 . If the results of the test described above do not meet the requirements, the alignment of the front fog lamp may be changed according to the provisions in Annex 5, paragraph. 4.1.

6.2.1.1.4. For AFS corresponding to paragraph 5.3. no value measured and corrected according to the prescriptions of paragraph 4.6., deviates unfavourably from the value prescribed in column B of the Tables 21 to 36 , if applicable.

6.2.1.1.4.1. Passing-beam Photometric Requirements

 


Table 20

Decision Table

 

"Multiple Modes"- Condition

* if more than one mode of the applicable Class exists only the mode which represents the worst condition has to be tested in non-bending mode according to

"Bending Modes" - Condition

if the system uses the same functional units to obtain bending modes for more than one class:

Yes

No

Class C

Table 21 *

 

Category 1 bending mode

** the bending modes shall only be tested in the Class which represents the worst condition

Table 22

Category 2 bending mode

Test category 2 bending mode according to Table 23

Class V

Non Bending Mode

Table 24*

 

Class V

Category 1 bending mode

see **

Table 25

Class V

Category 2 bending mode

Table 26

Class W

Non-bending mode

Table 27*

 

Class W

Category 1 bending mode

see **

Table 28

Class W

Category 2 bending mode

Table 29

Class E 

if more than one mode of Class E exists only the mode Class E which relates to the highest cut-off position has to be tested in non-bending mode according to corresponding Table 30 to Table 33

No additional testing of Category 1 and/or Category 2 is necessary

 


Table 21

Class C – Neutral State – System Requirements

Class C – non-bending mode

Position in deg.

Column A

Column B

Column C

Tabled requirements
expressed in cd.

horizontal

vertical

0% CoP

20% CoP

30% CoP

Element

at/ from

to

at

min

max

min

max

min

max

B50L

3.43° L

 

0.57° U

 

3.50∙10 2

 

5.20∙10 2

 

6.05∙10 2

BR

2.5° R

 

1° U

 

1.75∙10 3

 

2.10∙10 3

 

2.28∙10 3

Point BLL

8° L

 

0.57° U

 

6.25∙10 2

 

8.80∙10 2

 

1.01∙10 3

Line III

4° L

V

H

 

6.25∙10 2

 

8.80∙10 2

 

1.01∙10 3

S50+S50LL+
S50RR b

 

 

4° U

1.90∙10 2 a

 

9.5∙10 1 a

 

4.5∙10 1 a

 

S100+S100LL+S100RR b

 

 

2° U

3.75∙10 2 a

 

1.85∙10 2 a

 

9.0∙10 1 a

 

50R

1.72° R

 

0.86° D

1.01∙10 4

 

8.08∙10 3

 

7.07∙10 3

 

75R

1.15° R

 

0.57° D

1.21∙10 4

 

9.68∙10 3

 

8.47∙10 3

 

50V

V

 

0.86° D

5.10∙10 3

 

4.08∙10 3

 

3.57∙10 3

 

50L

3.43° L

 

0.86° D

5.00∙10 3

3.70∙10 4

4.00∙10 3

4.44∙10 4

3.50∙10 3

4.81∙10 4

25LL

16° L

 

1.72° D

1.18∙10 3

 

9.44∙10 2

 

8.26∙10 2

 

25RR

11° R

 

1.72° D

1.18∙10 3

 

9.44∙10 2

 

8.26∙10 2

 

Line 10

4.5° L

2.0° R

4° D

 

0,8 x the actual measured value at 50R

 

0,8 x the actual measured value at 50R

 

0,8 x the actual measured value at 50R

Notes to Table 21 :

a One pair of position lamps, being incorporated with the system or being intended to be installed together with the system may be activated according to the indications of the applicant.

b Position requirements according to the provisions of Figure A4-VI.

 

 

Table 22

Class C – Bend lighting – Category 1 – System Requirements

Class C – Bend lighting Cat. 1

Position in deg.

Column A

Column B

Column C

Tabled requirements
expressed in cd

horizontal

vertical

0% CoP

20% CoP

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