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Standard
2012-11-09
SAE J115 specifies the relevant ISO standards for application to safety signs for use on off-road work machines as defined in SAE J1116.
WIP Standard
2012-08-20
The scope of this SAE Standard is to provide methods to determine display optical performance in all typical automotive ambient light illumination - with focus on High Ambient Contrast Ratio, which is critical for display legibility in a sunshine environment. It covers indoor measurements and simulated outdoor lighting. It is not the scope of this document to set threshold values for automotive compliance, however some recommended values are presented for reference.
Standard
2011-07-11
The purpose of this SAE Recommended Practice is to provide a series of engineering guidelines for the design of an automatic vehicle speed control, and to define the minimum control performance which a device must provide in order to be classified an automatic vehicle speed control. An automatic vehicle speed control is a device capable of maintaining selected vehicle speeds in the presence of changing road load conditions. This SAE Recommended Practice is intended to apply only to the design of an automatic vehicle speed control. It is not intended to encourage or discourage the installation of automatic vehicle speed controls on any class of vehicles, nor is it intended to influence the requirements of engine speed governors.
Standard
2011-07-11
This SAE Recommended Practice establishes minimum requirements for electric tachometer systems with and without hourmeter or revolution counter, for general applications as follows: Class 1-Passenger Car Class 2-Bus and Truck Class 3-Off-Road vehicles
Standard
2011-07-11
This SAE Recommended Practice covers the transmission output shaft mounted signal rotor and sensor mounting hole used for electronic speed sensing on Class 6, 7, and 8 highway vehicles.
Standard
2011-01-13
This SAE Recommended Practice establishes guidelines for the operation of automotive keyless ignition systems with the goal of helping to minimize user instigated errors. For the purpose of this Recommended Practice, user instigated errors may include: • the inability to start and stop the vehicle propulsion system, • exiting the vehicle with the automatic transmission in a non-parking gear, • exiting the vehicle while the vehicle propulsion system is enabled, • exiting the vehicle while the vehicle propulsion system is disabled, but the accessory or electrical systems are active. To help minimize these errors, this Recommended Practice contains design recommendations pertaining to uniform labeling, operating logic, indication of vehicle ignition/control status, and physical control characteristics of keyless ignition systems. This Recommended Practice applies to keyless ignition controls permanently mounted in passenger cars, MPVs, and trucks 10 000 GVWR and under. It does not apply to remote start/remote stop systems that provide remote controls to start or stop a vehicle engine from outside the vehicle.
Standard
2010-03-01
The purpose of this SAE Recommended Practice is to present design recommendations for the direction-of-motion of hand controls found in passenger vehicles, multipurpose vehicles, and trucks. These recommendations are based on recent and past human factors research and are important considerations in the design of control layouts.
Standard
2010-01-07
This SAE Standard specifies symbols (i.e. conventional signs) for use on controls, indicators, and tell-tales applying to passenger cars, light and heavy commercial vehicles, and buses, to ensure identification and facilitate use. It also indicates the colors of possible optical tell-tales, which inform the driver of either correct operation or malfunctioning of the related devices.
Standard
2009-08-25
The purpose of this SAE Recommended Practice is to describe design criteria pertaining to the location and labeling of hand controls, including embedded displays and controls when displayed, necessary to or frequently used during the operation of passenger cars, MPVs, and trucks 10 000 GVW and under designed for left-hand drive operation. The results of SAE human factors research have strongly influenced these recommendations, specifically in the area of driver reach, control-locating performance, and control location expectancies. Deviations from this recommended practice should be made only after careful study of the various SAE publications on these subjects. This document does not include hand-held devices such as remote controls or cellular phones.
Standard
2007-04-23
The scope of this SAE Standard is to provide methods to determine display optical performance in all typical automotive ambient light illumination - with focus on High Ambient Contrast Ratio, which is critical for display legibility in a sunshine environment. It covers indoor measurements and simulated outdoor lighting. It is not the scope of this document to set threshold values for automotive compliance, however some recommended values are presented for reference.
Standard
2002-08-30
This SAE standard applies to self-propelled driver operated sweepers and scrubbers as defined in SAE J2130. Purpose The purpose of this document is to establish the basic requirements associated with controls and displays for dual position driving controls as depicted in a typical installation shown in Figure 1. The control layout illustrated being of a conventional installation as associated with a normal on-road vehicle having a steering wheel to steer the machine and foot pedals to control the speed and braking functions. The document elaborates the requirements for an originally built machine with two driving positions but also where a proprietary commercial truck chassis is converted from a single driving position, it also advises recommendations in design, construction and safety related elements. In the case where National Regulations pertain to the design and performance of driving control systems as depicted, then these regulations take precedent over the recommendations in this document.
Standard
2002-07-18
The scope of this SAE Standard is to provide methods to determine display optical performance in all typical automotive ambient light illumination - with focus on High Ambient Contrast Ratio, which is critical for display legibility in a sunshine environment. It covers indoor measurements and simulated outdoor lighting. It is not the scope of this document to set threshold values for automotive compliance, however some recommended values are presented for reference.
Standard
1999-07-01
The purpose of this SAE Recommended Practice is to present design recommendations for the direction-of-motion of hand controls found in passenger vehicles, multipurpose vehicles, and trucks. These recommendations are based on recent and past human factors research and are important considerations in the design of control layouts. This document supersedes Figure 1 of SAE J1139 (9).
Standard
1999-02-03
The purpose of this SAE Recommended Practice is to describe design criteria pertaining to the location and labeling of hand controls, including embedded displays and controls when displayed, necessary to or frequently used during the operation of passenger cars, MPVs, and trucks 10 000 GVW and under designed for left-hand drive operation. The results of SAE human factors research have strongly influenced these recommendations, specifically in the area of driver reach, control-locating performance, and control location expectancies. Deviations from this recommended practice should be made only after careful study of the various SAE publications on these subjects. This document does not include hand-held devices such as remote controls or cellular phones.
Standard
1997-08-01
This standard specifies the symbols, that is, conventional signs, with which certain controls, indicators and tell-tales of a road vehicle are to be provided in order to insure their identification and facilitate their utilization. It also indicates the colors of possible optical tell-tales which warn the driver of the operation or malfunctioning of the devices and equipment connected to the corresponding controls. This standard is applicable to those controls which are fitted on the instrument panel, or in the immediate vicinity of the driver.
Standard
1997-06-01
This SAE Standard establishes the symbols, i.e., conventional signs, for use of controls, indicators, and tell-tales of a road vehicle to ensure idnetification and facilitate use. It als indicates the colors of possible optical tell-tales which inform the driver of either correct operation or malfunctioning of the related devices.
Standard
1989-01-01
This SAE Recommended Practice covers the transmission output shaft mounted signal rotor and sensor mounting hole used for electronic speed sensing on Class 6, 7, and 8 highway vehicles.
Standard
1988-12-01
The purpose of this SAE Recommended Practice is to provide a series of engineering guidelines for the design of an automatic vehicle speed control, and to define the minimum control performance which a device must provide in order to be classified an automatic vehicle speed control. An automatic vehicle speed control is a device capable of maintaining selected vehicle speeds in the presence of changing road load conditions. This SAE Recommended Practice is intended to apply only to the design of an automatic vehicle speed control. It is not intended to encourage or discourage the installation of automatic vehicle speed controls on any class of vehicles, nor is it intended to influence the requirements of engine speed governors.
Standard
1987-01-01
SAE J115 specifies the relevant ISO standards for application to safety signs for use on off-road work machines as defined in SAE J1116.
Standard
1984-06-01
This SAE Recommended Practice establishes minimum requirements for electric tachometer systems with and without hourmeter or revolution counter, for general applications as follows: Class 1-Passenger Car Class 2-Bus and Truck Class 3-Off-Road vehicles
Standard
1984-06-01
This SAE Recommended Practice covers the transmission output shaft mounted signal rotor and sensor mounting hole used for electronic speed sensing on Class 6, 7, and 8 highway vehicles.
Standard
1979-06-01
SAE J115 specifies the relevant ISO standards for application to safety signs for use on off-road work machines as defined in SAE J1116.
Standard
1977-09-01
The purpose of this SAE Recommended Practice is to present design recommendations for the direction-of-motion of hand controls found in passenger vehicles, multipurpose vehicles, and trucks. These recommendations are based on recent and past human factors research and are important considerations in the design of control layouts.
Standard
1977-09-01
The purpose of this SAE Recommended Practice is to describe design criteria pertaining to the location and labeling of hand controls necessary to or frequently used during the operation of passenger cars, MPV, and trucks 10,000 GVW and under. The results of SAE human factors research have strongly influenced these recommendations, specifically in the areas of driver reach, control-locating performance, and control location expectancies. Deviations from this recommended practice should be made only after careful study of the various SAE publications on these subjects, as referenced here and in SAE J1139 (September, 1977), Supplemental Information-Driver Hand Controls Location for Passenger Cars, MPV's and Trucks (10,000 GVW and Under).
Standard
1974-09-01
This standard specifies the symbols, that is, conventional signs, with which certain controls, indicators and tell-tales of a road vehicle are to be provided in order to insure their identification and facilitate their utilization. It also indicates the colors of possible optical tell-tales which warn the driver of the operation or malfunctioning of the devices and equipment connected to the corresponding controls. This standard is applicable to those controls which are fitted on the instrument panel, or in the immediate vicinity of the driver.
Standard
1970-10-01
The purpose of this SAE Recommended Practice is to provide a series of engineering guidelines for the design of an automatic vehicle speed control, and to define the minimum control performance which a device must provide in order to be classified an automatic vehicle speed control. An automatic vehicle speed control is a device capable of maintaining selected vehicle speeds in the presence of changing road load conditions. This SAE Recommended Practice is intended to apply only to the design of an automatic vehicle speed control. It is not intended to encourage or discourage the installation of automatic vehicle speed controls on any class of vehicles, nor is it intended to influence the requirements of engine speed governors.
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