ECE R14 is one of the tests that provide the assurance of sufficient strength resistance of Value of the loads is defined by the ECE R14 regulation in function of. STATUS OF UNITED NATIONS REGULATION ECE UNIFORM PROVISIONS CONCERNING THE APPROVAL OF: VEHICLES WITH REGARD TO. To guarantee proper function of the seat belt system, belt anchorages have to resist defined static test loads that represent an vehicular impact. ECE R14 and.
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Vehicle floor strength requirements for i-Size seating positions. The effective upper belt anchorage shall be situated above a horizontal plane passing through point C defined in paragraph 5. Where other modes of seat adjustment exist vertical, angular, seat-back, etc. An approval number shall be assigned to each type approved. As an example, the test procedure according to Regulation No.
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Notwithstanding the ec of the paragraph 5. In the case where the retractor is not attached to the required outboard lower belt anchorage or in the case where the retractor is attached to the upper belt anchorage, the lower belt anchorages shall also be submitted to the test prescribed in paragraph 6. Application for approval 4. In the case of any central seating positions in rear rows of seats of vehicles of Category M and Nthe above-mentioned distance shall not be less than mm, provided that it is not possible to exchange the centre rear seat with any of the other seats of the vehicle.
Figure 2 Side view of the support leg foot assessment regulztion Key: Drawings of regulatiln general vehicle structure on an appropriate scale, showing the positions of the belt anchorages, of the effective belt anchorages where appropriateof the ISOFIX anchorages systems, of ISOFIX top tether anchorages if any and in case of i-Size seating positions, the vehicle floor contact surface and detailed drawings of the belt anchorages, of the ISOFIX anchorages systems if any, of the ISOFIX top tether anchorage if any, and of the points to which they are attached and in case of i-Size seating positions, the vehicle floor contact surface.
Installation and Preparation 3. The support leg foot shall consist of a cylinder, having a width of 80 mm, a diameter of 30 mm and on both side faces rounded edges with a 2,5 mm radius. The seats shall be adjusted as required in Paragraph 6. The vehicle shall be at the measuring attitude defined in paragraph 2. Vehicles of any category with regard to their i-Size seating positions, if any are defined by the vehicle manufacturer. The two tests can be performed on two different structures if the manufacturer so requests.
The seating position shall be the seat’s rearmost, exe most position with the seat back in its nominal position, or as recommended by the vehicle manufacturer. If another level adjustment of the 3-D H machine is necessary, rotate the back pan forward, re-level, and repeat the procedure from paragraph 4.
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Location of the effective lower belt anchorage 5. A sketch explaining the dimensions is given in the Figure below. Lower leg segments are connected to the seat pan assembly at the T-bar joining the knees, which is a lateral extension of the adjustable thigh bar. Static force application device SFADisometric views. Any fitting normally provided and likely to contribute to the vehicle structure may be fitted. Test in configuration of a three-point belt incorporating a retractor having a pulley or strap guide at the upper belt anchorage.
When each foot is placed back in the down position, the heel is to be in contact with the structure designed for this. If there were a frontal airbag, it has to be deactivated.
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Each of these tests may be performed on different structures if the manufacturer so requests. Where a strap guide is used on the vehicle structure or on the seat structure, the middle point of the guide at the place where the strap leaves the guide on the belt wearer’s side, shall be considered as the effective belt anchorage; and, 2.
Production definitively discontinued At the request of the car manufacturer and in agreement with the technical service in charge of the tests, some components of the restraint systems other than the complete seats, the safety-belt assemblies and the load limiter devices, may not be mounted on the test sled or may be replaced by components having equivalent or lower stiffness and whose dimensions are comprised in the vehicle interior fittings dimensions, provided that the tested configuration is at least as unfavourable as the series configuration regarding the forces applying to the seat and safety-belt anchorages.
Points L 1 and L 2 are the lower effective belt anchorages. The H point is a reference point as defined in paragraph 2.
Its first two digits at present 07, corresponding to the 07 series of amendments shall indicate the series of amendments incorporating the most recent major technical amendments made to the Regulation at the time of reglation of the approval. Use the Advanced search.
If the results of two of these three operations satisfy the requirements, the conditions of paragraph 3.
The minimum number of safety-belt anchorages for each forward, rearward and side-facing seating position shall be those specified in Annex 6. It shall be checked that the safety-belt anchorages’ displacement does not exceed the limits specified in paragraphs 2. However, if the vehicle is fitted with anchorages for such seats, these anchorages must comply with the provisions of this Regulation. Pivot attachment for stiffness testing as described below.
The position of the seats shall be stated in the report.