For the purpose of this Regulation. The following are likewise considered not to be "vehicles of a different type": vehicles which differ within the meaning of Paragraphs 2. The dimension and the external shape of the vehicle; 2. The number and positioning of the devices; 2. The headlamp-levelling system; 2. However it may optionally contain one or more holders for approved replaceable light sources; 2.
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For the purpose of this Regulation. The following are likewise considered not to be "vehicles of a different type": vehicles which differ within the meaning of Paragraphs 2.
The dimension and the external shape of the vehicle; 2. The number and positioning of the devices; 2. The headlamp-levelling system; 2. However it may optionally contain one or more holders for approved replaceable light sources; 2. The variable intensity control is part of the lamp, or part of the vehicle, or split between the said lamp and the vehicle.
This result may be achieved by means of a movable cover, by displacement of the lamp or by any other suitable means. The term "retractable" is used more particularly to describe a concealable lamp the displacement of which enables it to be inserted within the bodywork; 2. In such circumstances it replaces the front and rear position lamps; 2.
Parts 1 and 4 ; This shall be declared according to one of the following conditions: a In the case where the outer lens is textured, the declared light emitting surface shall be all or part of the exterior surface of the outer lens; In the case where the outer lens is non textured the outer lens may be disregarded and the light emitting surface shall be as declared on the drawing, see Annex 3.
See e. Part 5 ; 2. If the lighting device has no reflector, the definition of Paragraph 2. If the light emitting surface of the lamp extends over part only of the full aperture of the reflector, then the projection of that part only is taken into account. In the case of a dipped-beam headlamp, the illuminating surface is limited by the apparent trace of the cut-off on to the lens. If the reflector and lens are adjustable relative to one another, the mean adjustment should be used. In the case of AFS being installed: where a lighting function is produced by two or more simultaneously operated lighting units on a given side of the vehicle, the individual illuminating surfaces, taken together, constitute the illuminating surface to be considered for example, in the figure of Paragraph 6.
That field of the solid angle is determined by the segments of the sphere of which the centre coincides with the centre of reference of the lamp and the equator is parallel with the ground. These segments are determined in relation to the axis of reference. Of tyres near their point of contact with the ground, and of connections for tyre-pressure gauges; 2.
Of any anti-skid devices mounted on the wheels; 2. Of devices for indirect vision; 2. Of side direction-indicator lamps, end-outline marker lamps, front and rear position lamps, parking lamps, retro-reflectors and side-marker lamps; 2.
Of customs seals affixed to the vehicle, and of devices for securing and protecting such seals. Of service-door lighting systems on vehicles of Categories M and M as specified in Paragraph 2.
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Malagor The origin of the angles of geometric visibility is the perimeter of the projection of the illuminating surface on a transverse plane tangent to the foremost part of the lens of the headlamp. Any horizontal or vertical straight line passing through the projections of the wce surfaces of these functions on a plane perpendicular to the reference axis, shall not intersect more than two borderlines separating adjacent areas of different colour. The variable intensity control is part of the lamp, or part of the vehicle, or split between the said lamp and the vehicle. For side conspicuity markings see Annex 11, Figure 2 the observation plane is parallel to the longitudinal median plane of the vehicles situated 25m from the extreme outer edge of the vehicle and bounded by: Mandatory on vehicles exceeding 2. Rear registration plate lamp Regulation No 4. The illuminating surface of the retro-reflector may have parts in common with the apparent surface of any other lamp situated at the front.
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