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HISTORICAL
1964-04-01
Standard
J587B_196404
This SAE Standard provides test procedures, requirements, and guidelines for vehicular license plate illumination devices.
HISTORICAL
1964-04-01
Standard
J584_196404
This SAE Standard provides design parameter and general requirements for motorcycle headlamps.
HISTORICAL
1964-04-01
Standard
J564A_196404
This SAE Standard J564 defines the test conditions, procedures and performance specification for 6, 12, and 24 V manually actuated headlamp beam control switches.
HISTORICAL
1964-04-01
Standard
J567B_196404
This SAE Standard references the performance and functional requirements of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and its U.S. member, the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). By referring to IEC/ANSI and its standards concerning bulb sockets, lamp holders, and gages, this document recognizes the need for harmonized standards world-wide for what are typically commodity items. Additional requirements are noted.
HISTORICAL
1964-04-01
Standard
J592B_196404
This SAE Standard provides test procedures, requirements, and guidelines for sidemarker lamps for vehicles less than 2032 mm in overall width.
HISTORICAL
1964-04-01
Standard
J593A_196404
This SAE Standard provides installation requirements, test procedures, design guidelines, and performance requirements for backup lamps.
HISTORICAL
1964-04-01
Standard
J588C_196404
This SAE Standard provides test procedures, requirements, and guidelines for turn signal lamps intended for use on vehicles of less than 2032 mm in overall width.
HISTORICAL
1964-04-01
Standard
J589_196404
A turn signal switch is that part of a turn signal system by which the operator of a vehicle causes the turn signal lamps to function. A Class A turn signal switch may be used on any vehicle but is intended for use on multipurpose passenger vehicles, trucks, and buses that are 80 in or more wide overall. A Class B turn signal switch is intended for use in passenger cars, motorcycles, and multipurpose passenger vehicles, trucks, and buses of less than 80 in overall width.
HISTORICAL
1964-04-01
Standard
J596_196404
Definition-An emergency electric lantern is a self-powered device capable of providing and displaying a warning light, either f1ashed1 or steady burning, for use as provided in the Safety Regulations of the Interstate Commerce Commission and in the Uniform Vehicle Code to indicate to the driver of an approaching vehicle that a stationary vehicular hazard is present and that he should proceed with caution.
HISTORICAL
1964-04-01
Standard
J881_196404
This SAE Standard covers minimum dimensional relations for sheaves, drums, and wire rope for mobile, construction type lift cranes.
HISTORICAL
1964-03-01
Standard
J885_196403
This report reviews current quantitative data on human tolerance levels without recommending specific limits. Data developed on humans (including cadavers) are presented where available; however, in many cases animal data are provided where no suitable human results have been reported. This report confines itself, as much as possible, to information of direct use to the automotive designer and tester. Data of only academic interest are largely omitted; therefore, J885 should not be considered as a complete summary of all available biomechanical data. Most of the data cited in this report applies to adult males since little information is available on women or children. The summary data provided in the tables should be considered with the accompanying descriptive test. This material explains the manner in which the data were obtained and provides an insight as to their limitations.
HISTORICAL
1964-03-01
Standard
J866_196403
This SAE Recommended Practice is intended to provide a uniform means of identification which may be used to classify the friction coefficient of brake linings, based on data obtained from tests conducted in accordance with SAE J661 Brake Lining Quality Test Procedure and SAE J2975 Measurement of Copper and other elements in Brake Friction Materials. NOTE: It is emphasized that this document does not establish friction requirements for brake linings, nor does it designate significant characteristics of brake linings which must be considered in overall brake performance. Due to other factors that include brake system design and operating environment, the friction codes obtained from this document cannot reliably be used to predict brake system performance.
HISTORICAL
1963-11-01
Standard
J573A_196311
Most lighting devices on motor vehicles today are required by law and are essential to operation on public roadways. Additionally, most lighting devices have replaceable light sources (bulbs). To assure field replacement, it is important that bulb types employed be readily available in normal service channels. This document attempts to define the physical, electrical, and photometric characteristics necessary to achieve a proper replacement for popular types of bulbs. Some of the design characteristics in this document are listed solely for the sake of standardization and are not intended to describe the performance of lighting devices (lamp assemblies) on the vehicle.
1963-11-01
Standard
J787A_196311
HISTORICAL
1963-11-01
Standard
J880_196311
This code is intended for commercial vehicles over 4500 kg (10 000 lb) with brake systems having typical service pressure ranges 0 to 14.1 mPa (0 to 2050 psi) hydraulic or 0 to 830 kPa (0 to 130 psi) air and is not directly applicable to vehicles with other systems. Air over hydraulic systems are to be tested as air systems.
HISTORICAL
1963-11-01
Standard
J879_196311
HISTORICAL
1963-11-01
Standard
J876_196311
This SAE Recommended Practice establishes uniform engineering nomenclature for wide base disc wheels and demountable rims. This nomenclature and accompanying figures are intended to define fundamental wide base disc wheels and demountable rim terms. The dimensions given are those necessary to maintain serviceability and interchangeability of the wide base disc wheels and demountable rims with standard hardware. Valve clearances have not been included in this document.
HISTORICAL
1963-10-01
Standard
J875_196310
The scope of this SAE Recommended Practice, trailer axle alignment, is to identify the dimensional limits of, and a method to, establish a perpendicular relationship between the king pin centerline and the axle centerline at its midpoint. Various types of equipment are commercially available which can be used for this measurement which provides varying degrees of accuracy, but none can be endorsed by SAE. The most fundamental methods of measurement will be described here, but other equipment is available if a greater degree of accuracy is desired.
HISTORICAL
1963-10-01
Standard
J877_196310
Problems associated with the evaluation of formability or deep drawability of sheet metals are complex and may be difficult to solve due to the number of variables involved. As long ago as 1940, the AISI Technical Committee on Sheet Steel reviewed this problem. More recently, Volume 1 of the Ninth Edition of the ASM Metals Handbook contains sections on 'Low Carbon Steel and Strip' and 'Formability of Steel Sheet' that provide suggestions to help evaluate parts and select materials. The purpose of this information report is to summarize the sheet metal characteristics that are commonly used when attempting to predict the formability of sheet metal.
HISTORICAL
1963-06-01
Standard
J200A_196306
This classification system tabulates the properties of vulcanized rubber materials (natural rubber, reclaimed rubber, synthetic rubbers, alone or in combination) that are intended for, but not limited to, use in rubber products for automotive applications. NOTE 1: The SAE Committee on Automotive Rubber Specifications (CARS) has the sole responsibility for SAE J200. CARS Works closely with and receives input from ASTM Subcommittee D11.30 on Classification of Rubber Compounds with the goal to keep SAE J200 and ASTM D 2000 technically equivalent. Candidate materials presented for development of new tables or for inclusion in Tables A1 or A2 of SAE J200 or Table X1.1 of ASTM D 2000 shall be initiated with the SAE CARS Committee. The procedure to be followed is detailed in Appendix C of SAE J200. NOTE 2: This document may serve many of the needs of other industries in much the same manner as SAE numbered steels.
HISTORICAL
1963-06-01
Standard
J448A_196306
This SAE Standard is concerned with the geometrical irregularities of surfaces of solid materials. It establishes definite classifications for various degrees of roughness and waviness and for several varieties of lay. It also provides a set of symbols for use on drawings, and in specifications, reports, and the like. The ranges for roughness and waviness are divided into a number of steps, and the general types of lay are established by type characteristics. This standard does not define what degrees of surface roughness and waviness or what type of lay are suitable for any specific purpose. It does not specify the means by which any degree of such irregularities may be obtained or produced. Neither is it concerned with the other surface qualities such as luster, appearance, color, corrosion resistance, wear resistance, hardness, microstructure, and absorption characteristics any of which may be governing considerations in specific applications.
HISTORICAL
1963-06-01
Standard
J448_196306
This SAE Standard is concerned with the geometrical irregularities of surfaces of solid materials. It establishes definite classifications for various degrees of roughness and waviness and for several varieties of lay. It also provides a set of symbols for use on drawings, and in specifications, reports, and the like. The ranges for roughness and waviness are divided into a number of steps, and the general types of lay are established by type characteristics. This standard does not define what degrees of surface roughness and waviness or what type of lay are suitable for any specific purpose. It does not specify the means by which any degree of such irregularities may be obtained or produced. Neither is it concerned with the other surface qualities such as luster, appearance, color, corrosion resistance, wear resistance, hardness, microstructure, and absorption characteristics any of which may be governing considerations in specific applications.
HISTORICAL
1963-06-01
Standard
J449A_196306
SAE J448, Surface Texture, has been set up for precision reference specimens using a controlled surface profile to obtain reproducible roughness values. These specimens are for instrument calibration. Appropriate symbols for roughness, waviness, and lay have also been standardized (ASA B46.1-1962 and SAE J448). For production control, especially from one geographical location to another, means are required to facilitate the inspection of surface characteristics called for by specifications which include not only roughness but profile waviness and lay. In order to integrate the requirements of the designer with the actual production of surfaces, a second grade of control standards must be adopted which will be functional in nature for the specific product being manufactured. These control standards may be Calibrated Pilot Specimens (actual parts with satisfactory texture) or Roughness Comparison Specimens (ASA B46.1-1962).
HISTORICAL
1963-06-01
Standard
J449_196306
SAE J448, Surface Texture, has been set up for precision reference specimens using a controlled surface profile to obtain reproducible roughness values. These specimens are for instrument calibration. Appropriate symbols for roughness, waviness, and lay have also been standardized (ASA B46.1-1962 and SAE J448). For production control, especially from one geographical location to another, means are required to facilitate the inspection of surface characteristics called for by specifications which include not only roughness but profile waviness and lay. In order to integrate the requirements of the designer with the actual production of surfaces, a second grade of control standards must be adopted which will be functional in nature for the specific product being manufactured. These control standards may be Calibrated Pilot Specimens (actual parts with satisfactory texture) or Roughness Comparison Specimens (ASA B46.1-1962).
HISTORICAL
1963-06-01
Standard
J847_196306
This SAE Recommended Practice applies to highway trailer tow bar eye-type applications, including multiple trailers.
HISTORICAL
1963-06-01
Standard
J30_196306
This SAE standard covers fuel, oil, or emission hose for use in coupled and uncoupled applications, for use with gasoline, oil, diesel fuel, lubrication oil, or the vapors present in either the fuel system or in the crankcase of internal combustion engines in mobile or stationary applications. This standard covers the hose portion only. If assembly / coupling is required, that is to be agreed to between the customer and assembler, along with the specific requirements.
HISTORICAL
1963-06-01
Standard
J688_196306
The procedure has been developed to provide a practical method for the prediction of truck performance using accepted data. It Is designed to help anyone concerned with the problem of truck selection. By following directions, it is possible to determine the necessary information for intelligent truck selection without being concerned with the origin or derivation of the complex factors involved. With readily available specification of a truck, information provided in the tables, and minimum of calculation, it is possible to predict: (a) The performance obtainable from a truck of given characteristics under given operating conditions. (b) The characteristics required in a truck to meet different performance requirements under given operating conditions. This report comprises a procedure form and 10 tables of data.
HISTORICAL
1963-06-01
Standard
J857_196306
HISTORICAL
1963-06-01
Standard
J871_196306
Not available.
HISTORICAL
1963-06-01
Standard
J844_196306
This SAE Standard covers the minimum requirements for nonmetallic tubing as manufactured for use in air brake systems. Nonreinforced products are designated type A and reinforced products type B. It is not intended to cover tubing for any portion of the system which operates below -40 degrees C (-40 degrees F), above +93 degrees C (+200 degrees F), above a maximum working gage pressure of 1030 kPa (150 psi), or in an area subject to attack by battery acid. This tubing is intended for use in the brake system for connections which maintain a basically fixed relationship between components during vehicle operation. Coiled tube assemblies required for those installations where flexing occurs are covered by this document and SAE J1131 to the extent of setting minimum requirements on the essentially straight tube and tube fitting connections which are used in the construction of such assemblies
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