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CURRENT
1988-04-01
Standard
J1284_198804
The fuses shown are for use in motor vehicles, boats, and trailers to protect electrical wiring and equipment. This standard is for the construction shown and is not intended to restrict the design and use of other configurations and materials capable of meeting the vehicle requirements.
HISTORICAL
1979-12-01
Standard
J1284_197912
The fuses shown are for use in motor vehicles, boats, and trailers to protect electrical wiring and equipment. This standard is for the construction shown and is not intended to restrict the design and use of other configurations and materials capable of meeting the vehicle requirements. A fuse is a device designed to interrupt the electrical circuit when subjected to overcurrents. This action is to be nonreversible, and the fuse is intended to be replaced after the circuit malfunction has been corrected.
CURRENT
2000-09-07
Standard
J2544_200009
This SAE Standard covers standard test methods for environmental, mechanical, and electrical testing of plug-in relays used in surface vehicle electrical systems.
CURRENT
1977-10-01
Standard
J234_197710
CURRENT
1998-05-01
Standard
J2456_199805
Mercury capsules have been used in the automotive industry in various switching applications. The basic design and performance characteristics of mercury switches (or capsules) make these components particularly suited to underhood light and trunk light applications. The processes described in this SAE Standard deal with the location, removal, storage, and recycling of mercury switches and capsules associated with these underhood and trunk light applications.
CURRENT
1971-05-01
Standard
J235_197105
CURRENT
1971-06-01
Standard
J259_197106
CURRENT
2002-04-24
Standard
J2576_200204
This SAE Recommended Practice defines the blade fuse styles, test conditions, procedures, and performance requirements for use in vehicle electrical power systems designed to the new motor vehicle industry 42 V architecture. The intent of this document is to provide a framework for 58 V Blade Fuse characteristics, serving the motor vehicle industry to establish standardization with respect to electrical performance and mechanical requirements. This standardization shall lend itself to safe application practices; e.g., prevention of 32 V devices utilized inappropriately in 42 V electrical systems. Both the performance and mechanical requirements expressed herein are for the advancement of mobility engineering and the development of safe application practices. They are not intended for the establishment of design exclusions, patent rights, or franchising that engenders restraint of trade.
HISTORICAL
1994-09-01
Standard
J1054_199409
This SAE Recommended Practice defines the test conditions, procedures, and minimum design requirements for nominal 6, 12, and 24 V warning lamp alternating flashers.
CURRENT
1999-07-15
Standard
J1054_199907
This SAE Recommended Practice defines the test conditions, procedures, and minimum design requirements for nominal 6, 12, and 24 V warning lamp alternating flashers.
HISTORICAL
1973-09-01
Standard
J1054_197309
This SAE Recommended Practice defines the test conditions, procedures, and minimum design requirements for nominal 6, 12, and 24 V warning lamp alternating flashers.
HISTORICAL
1977-01-01
Standard
J1054_197701
This SAE Recommended Practice defines the test conditions, procedures, and minimum design requirements for nominal 6, 12, and 24 V warning lamp alternating flashers.
HISTORICAL
1989-10-01
Standard
J1054_198910
This SAE Recommended Practice defines the test conditions, procedures, and minimum design requirements for nominal 6, 12, and 24 V warning lamp alternating flashers.
CURRENT
1990-03-16
Standard
J1076_199003
This standard defines the test conditions, procedures and performance specification for 6, 12, and 24 V backup lamp switches which are intended for use in motor vehicles.
HISTORICAL
1974-02-01
Standard
J1076_197402
This standard defines the test conditions, procedures and performance specification for 6, 12, and 24 V backup lamp switches which are intended for use in motor vehicles.
CURRENT
1991-12-01
Standard
J2108_199112
This SAE Recommended Practice defines the test conditions, procedures, and performance requirements for 6, 12, and 24 V Door Courtesy Switches which are intended for use in motor vehicles.
HISTORICAL
1991-06-01
Standard
J2108_199106
This SAE Recommended Practice defines the test conditions, procedures, and performance requirements for 6, 12, and 24 V Door Courtesy Switches which are intended for use in motor vehicles.
CURRENT
1999-07-15
Standard
J2068_199907
This SAE Recommended Practice defines the test conditions, procedures, and minimum design requirements for nominal 6, 12, and 24 V flashers used for both turn signal and hazard warning signaling.
HISTORICAL
1994-12-01
Standard
J2068_199412
This SAE Recommended Practice defines the test conditions, procedures, and minimum design requirements for nominal 6, 12, and 24 V flashers used for both turn signal and hazard warning signaling.
HISTORICAL
1990-01-01
Standard
J2068_199001
This SAE Recommended Practice defines the test conditions, procedures, and minimum design requirements for nominal 6, 12, and 24 V flashers used for both turn signal and hazard warning signaling.
CURRENT
1988-06-01
Standard
J249_198806
The mechanical stop lamp switch is an operator activated mechanical device intended primarily to control the functioning of the stop lamp and high mounted stop lamp circuits. Secondarily, the device may control the functioning of various accessories, such as disengaging cruise control, with operator actuation of brake pedal.
HISTORICAL
1972-02-01
Standard
J249_197202
This standard defines the test conditions, procedures, and performance specifications for 6-, 12-, and 24-V manually actuated mechanical stop lamp switches.
HISTORICAL
1969-02-01
Standard
J589A_196902
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
1971-06-01
Standard
J589B_197106
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
1977-10-01
Standard
J589B_197710
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
1960-03-01
Standard
J589_196003
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
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.
CURRENT
1977-10-01
Standard
J589_197710
HISTORICAL
1973-09-01
Standard
J945A_197309
This SAE Standard defines the test conditions, procedures, and minimum design requirements for nominal 6, 12, and 24 V hazard warning flashers. Document cancelled 1999. Information now contained in J1690
HISTORICAL
1975-07-01
Standard
J945B_197507
This SAE Standard defines the test conditions, procedures, and minimum design requirements for nominal 6, 12, and 24 V hazard warning flashers. Document cancelled 1999. Information now contained in J1690
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