This document specifies the mechanical, electrical/electronic and pneumatic characteristics of a fully automated fifth wheel coupling system to ensure interchangeability between a towing vehicle and a coupled semi-trailer(s) with 24 V nominal supply voltage. The two vehicles together constitute an articulated vehicle or are part of a vehicle combination. This document also supports the step-by-step introduction of fully automated fifth wheel coupling systems in the market. It specifies features necessary for mixed mode operation, i.e. the combination of a fully automated coupling system (FACS) equipped towing vehicle with a conventional semi-trailer, and vice versa, the combination of a conventional towing vehicle with a FACS-equipped semi-trailer.

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This document provides codes for the exchange of general, mass and administrative information between truck chassis manufacturers and bodywork manufacturers. The process of exchanging the above information can involve: — chassis manufacturer; — chassis importer; — chassis dealer; — one or more bodywork manufacturers; — bodywork component suppliers, e.g. manufacturers of demountable bodies, cranes and loading equipment, tipping equipment.

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This document provides a set of codes for the exchange of dimensional data between truck chassis manufacturers and bodywork manufacturers. The process of exchanging the above information can involve: — chassis manufacturer; — chassis importer; — chassis dealer; — one or more bodywork manufacturers; and — bodywork component suppliers, e.g. manufacturers of demountable bodies, cranes and loading equipment, tipping equipment.

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This document specifies the characteristics necessary for the mounting and interchangeability of clevis couplings on the frame (cross member, drawbeam or mounting bracket) of towing vehicles for trailers. This document is applicable to clevis couplings intended for connection to trailers equipped with a drawbar eye on the drawbar of the trailer. Characteristics not specified are left to the discretion of the component manufacturer.

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This document 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 manufacturer; — chassis importer; — chassis dealer; — one or more bodywork manufacturers; and — bodywork component suppliers, e.g. manufacturers of demountable bodies, cranes and loading equipment, tipping equipment. This document specifically deals with the coding of dimensions and other characteristics of skip loaders, to ensure an efficient and unambiguous communication of installation data between the parties involved.

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This document 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 manufacturer; — chassis importer; — chassis dealer; — one or more bodywork manufacturers; and — bodywork component suppliers, e.g. manufacturers of demountable bodies, cranes and loading equipment, tipping equipment. This document specifically deals with the coding of dimensions and other characteristics of hook loaders, to ensure an efficient and unambiguous communication of installation data between the parties involved.

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This document 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 product data can involve: — chassis manufacturer; — chassis importer; — chassis dealer; — one or more bodywork manufacturers; and — bodywork component suppliers, e.g. manufacturers of demountable bodies, cranes and loading equipment, tipping equipment. This document describes the general principles and provides an overview and recommendations to assist the parties implementing BEP codes for their communication process. The recommendations cover different ways to communicate and present the BEP codes. In particular, the application of XML for communication of BEP codes in an unambiguous way is described.

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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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ISO 13052:2013 is intended to define safety requirements which apply to jockey wheels and drawbar supports provided to support the single axle (centre axle) rigid drawbar trailers nose weight with a technically permissible maximum laden mass not more than 3,5 tons.

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ISO 13044-2:2013 specifies the mechanical, electrical/electronic and pneumatic characteristics of a fully automated fifth wheel coupling system to ensure interchangeability between a tractor vehicle and a coupled semi-trailer(s) with 24 V nominal supply voltage. The two vehicles together constitute an articulated vehicle. ISO 13044-2:2013 also supports the smooth introduction of fully automated fifth wheel coupling systems in the market. It specifies features necessary for mixed mode operation; i.e. the combination of a fully automated coupling system (FACS) equipped tractor vehicle with a conventional semi-trailer, and vice versa, the combination of a conventional tractor vehicle with a FACS-equipped semi-trailer.

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ISO 18868:2013 defines different multiple-vehicle combinations (vehicle combinations with more than one coupling point) and the formulae to calculate the requirement of performance for the coupling equipment used in those vehicle combinations. Vehicle categories concerned are N2, N3, O3, and O4.

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ISO 7641:2012 gives a simplified procedure for the calculation of the mechanical strength of steel drawbars, whether there are welds or not, for centre-axle trailers Categories O1 and O2 as specified in the UNECE, Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles (R.E.3). Consequently, it only applies to simple constructions that enable a calculation in bending.

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ISO 1726-3:2010 specifies the test conditions of a static test to be performed on the semi-trailer contact area to the fifth wheel. It ensures the ability of the semi-trailer to couple the greatest possible variety of tractor vehicles equipped with a fifth wheel coupling in accordance with ISO 3842.

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ISO/TS 21308-4:2007 describes the mapping to STEP application protocol 239 for the exchange of dimensional data between truck chassis manufacturers and bodywork manufacturers. It applies to commercial vehicles, as defined in ISO 3833, which have a maximum gross vehicle mass greater than 3 500 kg. The process of exchanging the above information can involve the chassis manufacturer, the chassis importer, the chassis dealer, one or more bodywork manufacturers, and bodywork component suppliers, e.g. manufacturers of demountable bodies, cranes and loading equipment, tipping equipment.

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ISO 1103:2007 lays down the dimensions necessary for the compatibility of mechanical coupling devices between light trailers or caravans and towing vehicles, when the latter are fitted with a coupling ball. The clearance space around the coupling ball is intended to allow coupling and decoupling of towed vehicles, as well as safe operation during coupling and uncoupling of mechanical devices. ISO 1103:2007 applies to coupling balls designed to couple caravans and light trailers of categories O1 and O2 to vehicles of categories M or N. It does not necessarily apply to special trailers drawn by special vehicles.

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ISO 12357-2:2007 lays down test conditions and strength requirements to be met by: drawbar couplings and corresponding drawbar eyes for rigid drawbars which are provided for use on rigid drawbar trailers with a maximum design total mass exceeding 3,5 tonnes and a vertical static load exceeding 10 % of their design total mass, and/or a vertical static load greater than 1 000 kg and up to 2 000 kg; drawbar couplings and corresponding drawbar eyes for use on vehicle transport combinations, provided for a technical mass exceeding 3,5 tonnes.

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ISO 1726-2:2007 specifies dimensions to ensure interchangeability between a low coupling height tractor vehicle and a coupled high-volume semi-trailer, the two together constituting a high-volume articulated vehicle. It specifies certain interchangeability dimensions, including those of the optimised gooseneck contour, as well as operating dimensions related to angle values. The specifications are primarily intended to permit semi-trailers to be coupled with two-axle tractors. However, three-axle tractors are not excluded, provided they are in compliance with the requirements of ISO 1726-2:2007. ISO 1726-2:2007 does not provide limitations of maximum gross mass and overall dimensions, which are generally laid down by legislative requirements.

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ISO 3842:2006 lays down the dimensional characteristics necessary for mounting and interchangeability of the fifth wheel mounted on a mounting plate or directly on the frame of towing vehicles for semi-trailers. It applies to the fifth wheels intended to hitch on semi-trailers equipped with a: 50 coupling pin as defined in ISO 337; 90 coupling pin as defined in ISO 4086. Dimensions not specified are left to the discretion of the component manufacturer. Test conditions and strength requirements to be met by 50 and 90 fifth wheel coupling are specified in ISO 8717.

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ISO PAS 11154:2006 specifies the minimum safety requirements for all roof load carriers intended for mounting on or above the roofs of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles with a maximum authorized total mass up to 3,5 t (ISO M08) as defined in ISO 1176. It applies to: mechanically attached general-use roof bars suitable for carrying load, accessories and their attachments to roof bars for special purpose applications, mechanically attached specific purpose roof devices suitable for carrying a defined load, magnetic fixing devices suitable for carrying a defined load.

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ISO 18207:2006 defines a simplified and reliable check procedure of the mechanical coupling devices between light trailers and towing vehicles, covered by ISO 3853 and European regulation (94/20/CE), which specify a dynamic test of mechanical resistance at the conclusion of which these devices should present neither fractures, splits, cracks, nor visible external deteriorations caused by the test. ISO 18207:2006 is applicable to all the components of the mechanical coupling devices whose failure can cause the fracture of the attachment, manufactured out of steel, forged steel or cast steel (i.e. generally in ferromagnetic materials). In the case of use of other materials, the manufacturer will check their compatibility with the methods of non destructive testing.

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ISO 11407:2004 specifies the interchangeability requirements -- the various elements and dimensions -- for the mechanical coupling of towing vehicles whose coupling is mounted forward and below to centre-axle trailers. It is applicable to road trains for the commercial transport of low-density, high-volume cargo of the greatest possible variety. It is also applicable to corresponding equipment in cases where the same vehicle makes up part of a road train having more than one trailer. It is not applicable to dedicated or special combinations such as coupling systems with an extensible drawbar; nor does it specify limitations on maximum gross mass and overall dimensions, which are generally laid down by legislative requirements.

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ISO 11555-1:2002 specifies requirements for integrated stabilizers for central-axle (single-axle or tandem-axle) trailers up to a maximum laden mass of 3 500 kg. Integrated stabilizers conforming with its requirements are able to be used together with ISO 3853-compliant towing devices without restriction.

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ISO TS 20825:2003 specifies the maximum allowable wear and the limit dimensions of worn components of in-use mechanical couplings, which, when respected, will ensure the safe operation on the road of the heavy commercial vehicles fitted with such couplings. It is applicable to 40 mm and 50 mm drawbar couplings, 40 mm and 50 mm drawbar eyes, 50 mm and 90 mm fifth wheel kingpins, and hook couplings and toroidal eyes.

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ISO 15763 defines terms and specifies requirements and tests for vehicle alarm systems (VAS) intended for installation within buses and commercial vehicles (as defined in ISO 3833) having a maximum authorized total mass (code ISO-M08 defined in ISO 1176) of greater than 3,5 t. It is applicable to VAS designed to detect or sense, and to indicate, the unauthorized opening of a vehicle's doors, luggage-compartment lids, bonnet/hood and emergency exits, as well as the tilting of the driver's cabin and the disconnection of a trailer or of the power supply. It covers both VAS intended for installation as original equipment, and those intended to be installed after delivery of the vehicle.

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This International Standard specifies strength test conditions and requirements for the 40 mm and 50 mm drawbar couplings and corresponding drawbar eyes for hinged drawbars. NOTE See ISO 3584 [1] for couplings, and ISO 1102 [2] and ISO 8755 [3] for eyes.

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This International Standard specifies strength test conditions and requirements for 50 and 90 fifth wheel kingpins. NOTE See ISO 337 [1] and ISO 4086 [2].

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This International Standard specifies the characteristics of the 90 [89 mm (3,5") diameter] semi-trailer fifth wheel kingpin used for coupling extra-heavy-duty vehicles exceeding the limitations of weight generally laid down by official requirements. It is applicable to fifth wheel kingpins intended for engaging 90 fifth wheels as defined in ISO 3842 [1]. This International Standard also specifies the dimensional characteristics required for mounting and interchangeability. NOTE The dimensions of the 50 semi-trailer fifth wheel kingpin, normally used to couple semi-trailers to tractors in compliance with mass limitations usually set by compulsory regulations, are given in ISO 337[2].

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This International Standard specifies the characteristics of 50 mm drawbar eyes, necessary for the interchangeability of the coupling components on trailers and permitting interchangeability between towing vehicles and trailers equipped with these components. This International Standard is applicable to mechanical connections designed for commercial vehicles and trailers, the maximum total mass of which is above 3,5 t.

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This International Standard specifies the characteristics of 40 mm drawbar eyes, necessary for the interchangeability of the coupling components on trailers and permitting interchangeability between towing vehicles and trailers equipped with these components. This International Standard is applicable to mechanical connections designed for commercial vehicles and trailers, the maximum total mass of which is above 3,5 t.

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This International Standard specifies the requirements for the various elements and dimensions of towing vehicles with rear-mounted coupling and of drawbar trailers, to ensure interchangeability. NOTE Annex B gives examples of different configurations of vehicle combinations; this International Standard deals only with No. B.1.1. This International Standard is applicable to road trains for commercial transport of cargo of the greatest possible variety; it does not cover dedicated or special combinations. Nor does it specify limitations of maximum gross mass and overall dimensions, which are generally laid down by legislative requirements. Vehicles whose couplings form the subject of this International Standard are not interchangeable with vehicles whose couplings are mounted forward and below (which form the subject of ISO 11407 [1]).

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This International Standard specifies the test conditions and strength requirements to be met by 50 and 90 fifth wheel couplings (see ISO 3842).

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This International Standard specifies dimensions to ensure interchangeability between a tractor vehicle and a coupled semi-trailer, the two together constituting an articulated vehicle. It specifies certain interchangeability dimensions, including those of the gooseneck contour, as well as operating dimensions related to angle values. The specifications permit the same semi-trailer to be used with either two- or three-axle tractors. Annex A gives interface technical specifications for tractors designed for towing high-cube semi-trailers, including ISO containers having an external height of 2,9 m. This International Standard covers articulated vehicles used in commercial cargo transport of the greatest possible variety. However, it may not be applicable to special combination types such as low-bed or tipper vehicles. This International Standard does not provide limitations of maximum gross mass and overall dimensions, which are generally laid down by legislative requirements.

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This International Standard specifies the test conditions and strength requirements to be met by drawbar couplings (see ISO 3584) and the corresponding drawbar eyes (see ISO 1102 and ISO 8755) for rigid drawbars, which are provided for use with centre-axle trailers with a technical maximum mass C exceeding 3,5 t (tonnes).

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Specifies the nominal dimensions and tolerances which affect the interchangeability between flywheels and spring-loaded single- or two-plate clutches.

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Specifies the metric modules, number of teeth and other tooth characteristics which are necessary to ensure interchangeability of starter motor pinions with a pressure angle of 20°, used on starter motors for reciprocating internal combustion engines for road vehicles.

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Cancels and replaces the first edition (1977). Specifies a simplified procedure for testing the mechanical strength of coupling devices fitted to towing vehicles for towing caravans or light trailers of categories O1 and O2.

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Specifies the minimum requirements to allow efficient lashing and securing of semi-trailers, as defined in ISO 3833, on board Ro/Ro ships, indicating in particular the lashing arrangements on the semi-trailer and the securing method to be used. Annex A gives, for information to semi-trailer designers, the securing point arrangements generally used on Ro/Ro ships, annex B describes for information some design indications to decrease damage during handling.

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Specifies the nominal dimensions and tolerances which affect interchangeability as well as designation. Dimensions and tolerances of the mating parts, i.e. type T cross-tooth gearbox flanges, are specified in ISO 8667.

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The 132 codes for dimensions including angles established are to be used for the exchange of vehicle data and electronic processing. Applies to commercial road vehicles as defined in ISO 3833.

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Specifies the nominal dimensions and tolerances which affect interchangeability and appropriate designation.

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Specifies the characteristics required of attachments which permit the use of ropes, cables or bars. Does not apply to special purpose vehicles and standard vehicles used for special applications.

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Specifies test methods for type approval testing. Describes the test bench, the parameters to be measured, and the test procedure. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition (1983).

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Specifies the mounting dimensions necessary for interchangeability of hinge-mounted alternators. May be used for other engine applications where no specific standards exist.

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Specifies the metric modules, pressure angles, number of teeth and other tooth characteristics which are necessary to ensure interchangeability of pinions used for starter motors mounted on reciprocating internal combustion engines for road vehicles.

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Specifies the diametral pitches, pressure angles, number of teeth and other tooth characteristics which are necessary to ensure interchangeability of pinions used for starter motors mounted on reciprocating internal combustion engines for road vehicles.

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This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition (ISO 7642:1983), of which certain values have been altered, the previous clause 8 deleted and references updated. Specifies test methods for type approval testing of the overrun brakes that relate to mechanically and hydraulically operated braking systems. Should therefore be used in connection with the pertinent regulation. It is recommended that the regulation is studied before application of this International Standard. ISO 7642 uses only SI units.

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Specifies the nominal dimensions and tolerances which affect the interchangeability between clutch housings for spring-loaded clutches and mating parts. All other dimensions and tolerances are left to the discretion of the component manufacturer. Does not apply to engines for aircraft and passenger cars; it may be used for other engine applications where no specific International Standard exists. Clutch housings of size codes 1 to 4 in table 1 are recommended for commercial vehicles and buses.

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