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Sealed Trailer Tow Connector

2017-05-19
CURRENT
J3008_201705
This SAE Standard provides the auxiliary requirements for automotive or RV, additional 12 position, sealed Trailer Tow Connector Plug and Receptacle. The information included within this specification is intended to cover the test methods, design, and performance requirements of optional features for additional power, clean ground for electronic functions, video, data communication, and supplementary electric brake control.
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Low Tension Wiring and Cable Terminals and Splice Clips

2011-02-18
CURRENT
J163_201102
The SAE Recommended Practice covers the application requirements for terminals and splice clips attached to stranded low tension wiring and cable as shown in SAE J1127 and SAE J1128. In addition, it covers maximum voltage drop limits for friction type connections.
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Low Tension Wiring and Cable Terminals and Splice Clips

2006-07-10
HISTORICAL
J163_200607
The SAE Recommended Practice covers the application requirements for terminals and splice clips attached to stranded low tension wiring and cable as shown in SAE J1127 and SAE J1128. In addition, it covers maximum voltage drop limits for friction type connections.
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Jump Start Connections for 42 Volt Electrical Systems

2011-02-18
CURRENT
J2651_201102
This SAE Recommended Practice defines test methods and general requirements at all phases of development, production, and field analysis of electrical terminals (including sense pins), connectors, and components that constitute the jump-start connection for road vehicles having 42 V (nominal) electrical systems. The 42 V jump start connector is always remote from the vehicle battery and may take the form of an in-line or Header Connection, either of which is in an accessible location for attachment of a jumper cable from an assist vehicle or battery charger. WARNING—The Jump Start Connector requires environmental protection. This specification assumes that such protection is in place and remains effective for the life of the vehicle. The level of protection depends on the vehicle packaging environment and duty cycle. Appendix B of this document contains the physical specification for the Jump Start Connector.
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Jump Start Connections for 42 Volt Electrical Systems

2005-03-16
HISTORICAL
J2651_200503
This SAE Standard defines test methods and general requirements at all phases of development, production, and field analysis of electrical terminals (including sense pins), connectors, and components that constitute the jump-start connection for road vehicles having 42 V (nominal) electrical systems. The 42 V jump start connector is always remote from the vehicle battery and may take the form of an in-line or Header Connection, either of which is in an accessible location for attachment of a jumper cable from an assist vehicle or battery charger. WARNING--The Jump Start Connector requires environmental protection. This specification assumes that such protection is in place and remains effective for the life of the vehicle. The level of protection depends on the vehicle packaging environment and duty cycle. Appendix B of this document contains the physical specification for the Jump Start Connector.
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Four-, Five-, and Eight-Conductor Electrical Connectors for Automotive Type Trailers

2018-08-23
WIP
J1239
This SAE Recommended Practice covers the wiring and rectangularly shaped connector standards for all types of trailers whose gross weight does not exceed 4540 kg (10 000 lb). These trailers are grouped in SAE J684 with running light circuit loads not to exceed 7.5 A per circuit. This document provides circuits for lighting, electric brakes, trailer battery charging, and an auxiliary circuit color code and protection for the wiring from hazards or short circuits. Color code is compatible with SAE J560 and ISO 1724-1980(E).
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Four-, Five-, and Eight-Conductor Electrical Connectors for Automotive Type Trailers

1978-06-01
HISTORICAL
J1239_197806
This SAE Recommended Practice covers the wiring and rectangularly shaped connector standards for all types of trailers whose gross weight does not exceed 4540 kg (10 000 lb). These trailers are grouped in SAE J684 with running light circuit loads not to exceed 7.5 A per circuit. This document provides circuits for lighting, electric brakes, trailer battery charging, and an auxiliary circuit color code and protection for the wiring from hazards or short circuits. Color code is compatible with SAE J560 and ISO 1724-1980(E).
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Four-, Five-, and Eight-Conductor Electrical Connectors for Automotive Type Trailers

2003-02-27
HISTORICAL
J1239_200302
This SAE Recommended Practice covers the wiring and rectangularly shaped connector standards for all types of trailers whose gross weight does not exceed 4540 kg (10 000 lb). These trailers are grouped in SAE J684 with running light circuit loads not to exceed 7.5 A per circuit. This document provides circuits for lighting, electric brakes, trailer battery charging, and an auxiliary circuit color code and protection for the wiring from hazards or short circuits. Color code is compatible with SAE J560 and ISO 1724-1980(E).
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Four-, Five-, and Eight-Conductor Electrical Connectors for Automotive Type Trailers

2010-09-07
CURRENT
J1239_201009
This SAE Recommended Practice covers the wiring and rectangularly shaped connector standards for all types of trailers whose gross weight does not exceed 4540 kg (10 000 lb). These trailers are grouped in SAE J684 with running light circuit loads not to exceed 7.5 A per circuit. This document provides circuits for lighting, electric brakes, trailer battery charging, and an auxiliary circuit color code and protection for the wiring from hazards or short circuits. Color code is compatible with SAE J560 and ISO 1724-1980(E).
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Electrical Terminals Blade Type

2006-04-17
HISTORICAL
J858_200604
Blade terminals listed in this SAE Recommended Practice may be used for terminating wire ends, or for terminating circuits on devices other than wire.
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Electrical Terminals Blade Type

2011-05-18
CURRENT
J858_201105
Blade terminals listed in this SAE Recommended Practice may be used for terminating wire ends, or for terminating circuits on devices other than wire.
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Electrical Terminals Blade Type

1969-08-01
HISTORICAL
J858A_196908
Blade terminals listed in this SAE Recommended practice may be used for terminating wire ends, or for terminating circuits on devices other than wire. When blade terminals are used for terminating wire, the temper of the terminals shall be sufficiently soft to permit the terminals being assembled to the wire and not show any fracture or cracks whichwould i mpair the strength of the assembly. Terminals may be applied to wire by crimping, welcing, swaging, soldering, or any combination at conductor grip. Insultation grips must be used on all terminals, or some external means of relieving straing shall be provided. When assembled to wire, the terminals shall fit, and securely grip, the conductor and when applicable, the insulation, When blade terminals are used to terminate circuits on devices, they shall be of a temper that will permit the terminating section to be formed and attached to the device without fracturing or cracking.
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