Road vehicles -- Product data exchange between chassis and body work manufacturers (BEP)

The ISO 21308 series describes a generic system for the exchange of data between truck chassis manufacturers and bodywork manufacturers. It applies to commercial vehicles as defined in ISO 3833, having a maximum gross vehicle mass above 3 500 kg. The process of exchanging the above information can involve chassis manufacturers, chassis importers, chassis dealers, one or more bodywork manufacturers, and bodywork component suppliers, e.g. manufacturers of demountable bodies, cranes and loading equipment, and tipping equipment. ISO 21308-5:2014 specifically describes the coding dimensions and other characteristics of loader cranes and auxiliary stabilizers, to ensure an efficient and unambiguous communication of installation data between the parties involved. ISO 21308-5:2014 covers loader cranes as specified in ISO 15442, designed to be fitted on commercial vehicles (including trailers). ISO 21308-5:2014 is not applicable to other load-lifting systems (e.g. tail lifts, hook loader systems).

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INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 21308-5
First edition
2014-01-15
Road vehicles — Product data
exchange between chassis and body
work manufacturers (BEP) —
Part 5:
Coding of loader crane bodywork
Véhicules routiers — Échange de données de produit entre les
fabricants de châssis et de carrosseries (BEP) —
Partie 5: Codage des grues de chargement
Reference number
ISO 21308-5:2014(E)
ISO 2014
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Contents Page

Foreword ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................iv

Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................v

1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 1

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

3 Terms and definitions ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

4 Coding principles ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 6

4.1 BEP codes of loader cranes .......................................................................................................................................................... 6

4.2 Units of BEP code values ................................................................................................................................................................ 7

4.3 References for measurements ................................................................................................................................................... 8

5 Coding of geometrical data and space requirements ..................................................................................................14

5.1 Mounting positions of crane and auxiliary stabilizers ......................................................................................14

5.2 Dimensional interfaces for connections to sub-frame and chassis ........................................................15

5.3 Crane base dimensions, stabilizers, and lower space requirements .....................................................17

5.4 Boom system dimensions and space requirements above mounting plane ...................................26

5.5 Crane slewing space requirements ....................................................................................................................................35

5.6 Auxiliary stabilizer dimensions .............................................................................................................................................37

6 Coding of masses ...............................................................................................................................................................................................41

6.1 Mass points in transport position........................................................................................................................................41

6.2 Masses with distances in working mode for stability calculations ........................................................43

7 Coding of forces and moments ............................................................................................................................................................45

8 Coding of general crane data ................................................................................................................................................................45

8.1 General crane data ............................................................................................................................................................................45

8.2 Mechanical interfaces .....................................................................................................................................................................46

8.3 Hydraulics equipment and interfaces ..............................................................................................................................47

8.4 Electrical/electronic equipment and interfaces .....................................................................................................48

8.5 Load lifting attachments ..............................................................................................................................................................48

Annex A (normative) XML coding related to this part of ISO 21308.................................................................................49

Bibliography .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................51

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Foreword

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The committee responsible for this document is ISO ISO/TC 22, Road vehicles, Subcommittee SC 15,

Interchangeability of components of commercial vehicles and buses.

ISO 21308 consists of the following parts, under the general title Road vehicles — Product data exchange

between chassis and bodywork manufacturers (BEP):
— Part 1: General principles (ISO/PAS)
— Part 2: Dimensional bodywork exchange parameters
— Part 3: General, mass and administrative exchange parameters
— Part 4: Mapping to STEP application protocol 239 [Technical Specification]
— Part 5: Coding of loader crane bodywork
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ISO 21308-5:2014(E)
Introduction

Based on the ISO BEP system for coding of bodywork exchange parameters, this part of ISO 21308

specifically deals with the coding of dimensions and other characteristics of loader cranes. The aim is

to ensure an efficient and unambiguous communication of dimensional installation data between the

parties involved. The BEP coding covers also main characteristics of hydraulic, electrical, and electronic

interfaces to the vehicle. XML coding for communication of the related BEP data is included as well.

This part of ISO 21308 is useful for all parties involved in the installation of cranes to vehicles, e.g. loader

crane manufacturers, truck chassis manufacturers, and bodywork manufacturers.
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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ISO 21308-5:2014(E)
Road vehicles — Product data exchange between chassis
and body work manufacturers (BEP) —
Part 5:
Coding of loader crane bodywork
1 Scope

The ISO 21308 series describes a generic system for the exchange of data between truck chassis

manufacturers and bodywork manufacturers. It applies to commercial vehicles as defined in ISO 3833,

having a maximum gross vehicle mass above 3 500 kg.
The process of exchanging the above information can involve
— chassis manufacturers,
— chassis importers,
— chassis dealers,
— one or more bodywork manufacturers, and

— bodywork component suppliers, e.g. manufacturers of demountable bodies, cranes and loading

equipment, and tipping equipment.

This part of ISO 21308 specifically describes the coding dimensions and other characteristics of loader

cranes and auxiliary stabilizers, to ensure an efficient and unambiguous communication of installation

data between the parties involved.

This part of ISO 21308 covers loader cranes as specified in ISO 15442, designed to be fitted on commercial

vehicles (including trailers).

This part of ISO 21308 is not applicable to other load-lifting systems (e.g. tail lifts, hook loader systems).

2 Normative references

The following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and are

indispensable for its application. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated

references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.

ISO/PAS 21308-1, Road vehicles — Product data exchange between chassis and bodywork manufacturers

(BEP) — Part 1: General principles

ISO 21308-2, Road vehicles — Product data exchange between chassis and bodywork manufacturers

(BEP) — Part 2: Dimensional bodywork exchange parameters

ISO 21308-3, Road vehicles — Product data exchange between chassis and bodywork manufacturers

(BEP) — Part 3: General, mass and administrative exchange parameters
EN 12999, Cranes — Loader cranes
3 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.
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3.1
loader crane

powered crane comprising of a column that slews about a base and a boom system that is attached to

the top of the column and which is usually fitted on a vehicle (including trailer) and designed for loading

and unloading the vehicle
[SOURCE: ISO 15442:2005, 3.1.1, modified — Note 1 to entry has been extended.]

Note 1 to entry: Figure 1 shows the main parts of a loader crane referred to in this part of ISO 21308.

1 2
a) Loader crane with straight boom
b) Loader crane with articulated boom
18 11 14 13
c) Third boom details
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d) Crane base details
Key
1 crane base 7 first boom 13 boom extension, manual
2 stabilizer extension 8 first boom cylinder 14 hook
3 stabilizer leg 9 second boom 15 controls
4 stabilizer foot 10 second boom cylinder 16 third boom adapter
5 slewing mechanism 11 boom extension, hydraulic 17 third boom
6 column 12 extension cylinders 18 third boom cylinder
Figure 1 — Main parts of a loader crane
3.2
articulated boom
boom consisting of members that pivot in the vertical plane
[SOURCE: ISO 15442:2005, 3.1.2]
3.3
crane base
base
housing incorporating anchoring points and bearings for the slewing column
3.4
boom
structural member in the boom system of the loader crane
3.5
boom extension
part of the boom which is capable of telescopic movement to vary its length
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3.6
boom system

complete system consisting of booms, boom extensions, cylinders, and all accessories fixed to booms or

boom extensions
3.7
column
slewing structural member which supports the boom system
[SOURCE: ISO 15442:2005, 3.1.6]
3.8
control station
position from which the loader crane may be operated
[SOURCE: ISO 15442:2005, 3.1.7]
3.9
control system

interface between the operating levers and the actuating components which provide movements of the

loader crane
[SOURCE: ISO 15442:2005, 3.1.8]
3.10
dead loads

forces due to masses of fixed and movable crane parts (including fluids) which act permanently on the

structure while the crane is being used
[SOURCE: ISO 15442:2005, 3.1.10, modified — “(including fluids)” has been added]
3.11
gross load

sum of payload, lifting attachments, and, if applicable, a portion of the hoist rope

3.12
hoist

machine for lifting and lowering suspended loads over predetermined distances using ropes or chains

3.13
load attachment point
point for attachment of means to lift a load
Note 1 to entry: There may be several load attachment points on a boom system.
3.14
mass point
mass given, together with the corresponding Cartesian coordinate
3.15
net lifting moment
rated capacity multiplied by outreach
3.16
nominal extended working position

working position with the first boom at the angle of its maximum moment and, if applicable, with the

second and the third boom in the horizontal plane with all extensions fully extended, or if needed at a

higher first boom angle to bring the second boom in balance

Note 1 to entry: In balance means that the second boom cylinder is able to hold at least the same payload as the

first boom cylinder.
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3.17
nominal retracted working position

working position wherein boom angles are as in nominal extended working position, with all boom

extensions fully retracted
3.18
nominal slewing angle
slewing angle when the second boom system is in parallel with the local x-axis
3.19
nominal unfolded transport position

position wherein the boom system is in the horizontal plane with all extensions fully retracted

Note 1 to entry: The maximum overall transport height for the applicable country or region should be taken into

account.
3.20
outreach

horizontal distance between the axis of rotation of the column and the point of load attachment

3.21
payload

load which is lifted by the crane and suspended from the non-fixed load-lifting attachment(s) or, if such

an attachment is not used, directly from the fixed load-lifting attachment(s)
3.22
slewing
rotational movement of the column and boom system about a vertical axis
3.23
slewing centre
rotation centre of the crane column about a vertical axis
3.24
slot

linear range between two end points in the x-y plane where frame attachments can be positioned

3.25
stabilizer

aid to the supporting structure connected to the base of the crane or to the vehicle to provide stability,

without lifting the vehicle from the ground
[SOURCE: ISO 15442:2005, 3.1.29]
3.25.1
stabilizer extension

part of the stabilizer capable of extending the stabilizer leg laterally from the transport position to the

operating position
[SOURCE: ISO 15442:2005, 3.1.30]
3.25.2
stabilizer leg

part of a stabilizer capable of contacting the ground to provide the required stability

Note 1 to entry: The stabilizer leg is capable of extending the stabilizer foot in order to make contact with the

ground.
[SOURCE: ISO 15442:2005, 3.1.31, modified — Note 1 to entry has been added.]
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3.25.3
stabilizer beam
part of the base where the stabilizers are attached
3.25.4
stabilizer foot
part of a stabilizer leg in contact with the ground
3.26
total lifting moment
sum of the load moment and the moment produced by dead loads
[SOURCE: ISO 15442:2005, 3.1.34]
4 Coding principles
4.1 BEP codes of loader cranes

Each characteristic, related to the loader cranes and their interfaces to truck chassis, is assigned a code

composed of the items given below. A prefix “BEP”, followed by a dash (-), shall be used to avoid confusion

with other coding systems.
BEP codes are formatted according to the principles in Table 1.
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Table 1 — BEP coding principles
BEP-ppMccc.n.p.q.s.t
Item Assignment Description

pp Bodywork category pp = None or 00 for codes related to vehicle chassis (ISO 21308-2 and

ISO 21308−3)
pp = 01 for codes related to loader cranes (this part of ISO 21308)
M Measure type A capital letter, which denotes the type of code:
H = z direction, coordinate system in accordance with ISO 4130
L = x direction, coordinate system in accordance with ISO 4130
W = y direction, coordinate system in accordance with ISO 4130
C = coordinate (x,y) or (x,y,z) in the Cartesian coordinate system
M = mass (m), or mass point (m,x,y,z)
F = force (static or dynamic)
T = moment (static or dynamic)
R = radius
V = angle
G = general
A = administrative
ccc BEP code number Code number given by the standard
.n Index number .n is used to designate object number n

.p Entity number .p is used to designate a certain set of object characteristics or entities (e.g.

dimensions, coordinates, address information)
Where both .n and .p are specified, they are given in the .n .p order.
.q Corner number .q is used to designate contour corner index number
.s Side designator L or R
.t Type designator Not used in this part of ISO 21308
NOTE 1 Dimensions, except for radius, can be positive or negative.

NOTE 2 This part of ISO 21308 contains BEP codes for coding one loader crane on one truck. More cranes can

be applied to the same truck by applying independent instances of coding.
4.2 Units of BEP code values

The following units are preferred when reporting values related to BEP codes (see also ISO/PAS 21308-

1):
— dimensions (L, W, H, R) and coordinates (x,y,z), in millimetres (mm);
— masses, in kilograms (kg);
— forces, in newtons (N), or kilonewtons (kN);
— moments, in newton-metres (N∙m), or kN∙m;
— angles, in degrees (°).
NOTE Guidance on units is shown in the unit column.
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4.3 References for measurements
4.3.1 Global coordinate system (X,Y,Z)

A vehicle coordinate system according to Figure 2 is applied. Global coordinates for the vehicle are

denominated X, Y, and Z (uppercase letters).

Origin is on top of the chassis frame, straight above the first front axle, and at the chassis centre line.

NOTE The vehicle coordinate system used in this part of ISO 21308 is fully in line with ISO 4130, but applied

on a truck.

Figure 2 — Vehicle coordinate system according to ISO 4130, applied on a truck (commercial

vehicle)
4.3.2 Local crane coordinate system

For a default mounting position, the principle should be that the crane coordinate directions should

coincide with those of the vehicle. Local crane coordinates are denominated x, y, and z (lowercase

letters). See Figure 3.
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Figure 3 — Local crane coordinate system, general principle

The origin of the crane coordinate system (referred to as zero point in this part of ISO 21308) is the point

where the crane slewing axis intersects with the mounting plane of the crane.

According to EN 12999, the longitudinal position (local x = 0) of the slewing centre shall be clearly

marked on both sides of the crane base.

The crane orientation with respect to the positioning of boom system and stabilizers can be orientated

according to either of the principles shown in Figure 4. The default crane orientation can be either of the

two cases shown in Figure 4.
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+z +z
-x +x -x +x

Figure 4 — Loader crane orientation with respect to positioning of boom system and stabilizers

The crane manufacturer decides the most appropriate orientation of the crane coordinate system in line

with the conventions given above.
4.3.3 Local auxiliary stabilizer coordinate system

For a default mounting position, the principle should be that the auxiliary stabilizer coordinate directions

should coincide with those of the vehicle. Local auxiliary stabilizer coordinates are denominated x, y,

and z (lowercase letters). See Figure 5.
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Figure 5 — Local stabilizer coordinate system, general principle

The origin of the auxiliary stabilizer coordinate system (referred to as zero point in this part of ISO 21308)

is defined by the following:

— local x =0:, centre of stabilizer extensions for in-line extensions, centre between stabilizer extensions

for off-centre stabilizer extensions;
— local y = 0: at half of the width of the stabilizer beam;

— local z = 0: at the lower mounting plane (used when stabilizers are mounted on top of chassis frame).

The orientation of the x-axis may be as shown in Figure 5 or in the reverse direction. The manufacturer

decides the most appropriate orientation of the auxiliary stabilizer coordinate system with respect to

the direction of the x-axis.
4.3.4 Transformation of local coordinates for loader cranes

Loader cranes and auxiliary stabilizers may be mounted in various positions (e.g. behind cabin, or at the

rear) and with different orientations.

When the loader crane is mounted on a vehicle, its local coordinate system needs to be transformed to

the directions of the global coordinate system. The transformed coordinates are x’, y’, and z’ (lowercase

letters with an apostrophe). See Figure 6.
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+z’ +z’
+x’ +x’

Figure 6 — X and Z coordinates of chassis and corresponding x’ and z’ coordinates of mounted

loader cranes
The following transformations are required for the loader crane.

First the local coordinate axes must be aligned with the axes of the global coordinate system. One of the

two following cases applies.

1) The loader crane is positioned according to the manufacturer’s default orientation.

— x’ = x
— y’ = y
— z’ = z

2) The loader crane is rotated 180° around the z-axis from the manufacturer’s default orientation (the

stabilizers now point to the opposite direction).
— x’ = -x
— y’ = -y
— z’ = z

Then the loader crane can be described in the global coordinate system, when the offset to the mounting

point is added to all coordinates of the local coordinate system.

Transformation to the global coordinate system, using coding as described in ISO 21308-2, is as follows.

— X = x’ + BEP-01L001
— Y = y’ + BEP-01W001
— Z = z’ + (chassis height + sub-frame height) at (X,Y)

NOTE Chassis height is derived from BEP-H035 to BEP-H040. Sub-frame height is derived from BEP-H070.

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4.3.5 Transformation of local coordinates for auxiliary stabilizer beams
The following transformations are required for each auxiliary stabilizer beam.

First, the local coordinate axes must be aligned with the axes of the global coordinate system. One of the

two following cases applies.

1) The auxiliary stabilizer beam is positioned according to the manufacturer’s default orientation.

— x’ = x
— y’ = y
— z’ = z

2) The auxiliary stabilizer beam is rotated 180° around the z-axis from to the manufacturer’s default

orientation.
— x’ = -x
— y’ = -y
— z’ = z

Then the auxiliary stabilizer beam can be described in the global coordinate system, when the offset to

the mounting point is added to all coordinates of the local coordinate system.

Transformation to the global coordinate system, using coding as described in ISO 21308-2:

— X = x’ + BEP-01L003.n
— Y = y’

— Z = z’ + (height of lower mounting plane of auxiliary stabilizer beam when mounted)

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5 Coding of geometrical data and space requirements
5.1 Mounting positions of crane and auxiliary stabilizers
BEP-code Assignment Description Unit Presented

BEP-01L001 Crane posi- Distance from first front axle to zero point of crane. mm 2D, 3D, TD

tioning point,
length

BEP-01W001 Crane posi- Distance from centre line of chassis to zero point of crane. mm 2D, 3D, TD

tioning point,
NOTE Rear crane example shows a distance with a
width
negative sign.

BEP-01V001 Crane orien- Installed orientation of loader crane relative to manufac- ° 2D, 3D, TD

tation turer’s default orientation.
NOTE Only 0° or 180° is possible. If the code is omitted,
the default orientation is assumed.
01L001
01L001
Example showing two crane mounting positions

BEP-01L003.n Positioning of Distance from first front axle centreline of the n-th auxil- mm 2D, 3D, TD

n-th auxiliary iary stabilizer or n-th group of stabilizers.
stabilizer
NOTE Positioning in front of the front axle is noted with
a negative sign.

BEP-01V003.n Orientation of Installed orientation of n-th auxiliary stabilizer relative to ° 2D, 3D, TD

n-th auxiliary manufacturer’s default orientation.
stabilizer
NOTE Only 0° or 180° is possible. If the code is omitted,
the default orientation is assumed.
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01W001
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BEP-code Assignment Description Unit Presented
01L003.1
01L003.2
Example showing front and rear auxiliary stabilizers
5.2 Dimensional interfaces for connections to sub-frame and chassis
BEP-code Assignment Description Unit Presented

BEP-01C005.p Slot p, first Coordinate (x,y) of first end point of attachment slot p. mm 2D, 3D, TD

end point
NOTE 1 The slots may be given in any order.
NOTE 2 If a slot consists of a single hole, C006 can be omit-
ted.
NOTE 3 General sign conventions for coordinate systems
are applied.
NOTE 4 Local coordinate system is applied (z = 0).

BEP-01C006.p Slot p, second Coordinate (x,y) of second end point of attachment slot p. mm 2D, 3D, TD

end point
NOTE 1 The slots may be given in any order.
NOTE 2 If a slot consists of a single hole, C006 can be omit-
ted.
NOTE 3 General sign conventions for coordinate systems
are applied.
NOTE 4 Local coordinate system is applied (z = 0).
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BEP-code Assignment Description Unit Presented
BEP-01C006.2
BEP-01C006.1
BEP-01C005.2
BEP-01C005.1
BEP-01C005.3
BEP-01C005.4
BEP-01C006.3
BEP-01C006.4
Example of coding of four attachment slots
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BEP-code Assignment Description Unit Presented
Example of height coding of slots 1 and 4 (upper) and slots 2 and 3 (lower)
5.3 Crane base dimensions, stabilizers, and lower space requirements
5.3.1 Crane base dimensions
5.3.1.1 Crane base, basic non-frame-integrated type
BEP-code Assignment Description Unit Presented in

BEP-01L010 Overall length, Overall length of crane base, above mounting plane, mm 2D, 3D, TD

base including stabilizers.

BEP-01W010 Overall width, Overall width of crane base, including stabilizers. mm 2D, 3D, TD

base

BEP-01W020 Slewing centre Offset from slewing centre to symmetry line of the crane mm 2D, 3D, TD

offset attachments.
NOTE When the value is negative, the symmetry line is
in the negative direction.

BEP-01L021 Slewing centre Distance from slewing centre to the minimum x coordi- mm 2D, 3D, TD

to min x nate of the crane base.

BEP-01W021 Slewing centre Distance from slewing centre to the minimum y coordi- mm 2D, 3D, TD

to min y nate of the crane base.
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01H005.2
01H005.4
01H005.1
01H005.3
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