Stop Lamps for Use on Motor Vehicles Less than 2032 mm in Overall Width

Standard:
Revised:
  • 2016-05-12
 
  • CURRENT
Publisher:
  • SAE International
Pages:
10
Scope:

This SAE Standard provides test procedures, requirements, and guidelines for stop lamps intended for use on vehicles of less than 2032 mm in overall width.

Rationale:

Table of contents – changed section titles, added Stop Signal Function Section 2 References – updated to harmonize section with other SAE documents, moved J1319 to Related documents, added SAE J2442 and SAE J2999 and reference to CMVSS, added Transport Canada information Section 3 Definitions – removed section 3.3, because J387 is referenced in 2.2.1 Related Documents…not in 2.1.1 Applicable Documents Section 5 Tests – inserted “Lens” to Effective Projected Luminous Area Section 6 Requirements – reordered to align with figures; change “comply” to “conform” and “with” to “to” Section 7 Guidelines – added “optically” and removed FMVSS 108 reference

History:
Standard Published Revision Status
J586_201605 2016-05-12 Latest Revised
2011-06-15 Historical Revised
2007-07-16 Historical Revised
2000-03-08 Historical Revised
1995-09-01 Historical Revised
1989-12-01 Historical Reaffirmed
1984-02-01 Historical Revised
1977-09-01 Historical Revised
1970-08-01 Historical Revised
1966-06-01 Historical Revised
1963-04-01 Historical Revised
1960-04-01 Historical Revised
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  • SAE J 586
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