U.S. Automotive Warning Light SAEJ845 Class1

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The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) in the United States is an academic group that has a significant influence on the automotive industry in the United States and the world (including aviation and marine). The standardization work of the SAE association includes not only the automotive manufacturing industry, but also aircraft, aviation systems, aircraft, agricultural tractors, earthmoving machinery, road construction machinery, and internal combustion engines used in other manufacturing industries. The standards formulated by SAE are not only widely used in the United States, but also serve as a basis for many industrial sectors and government agencies around the world to develop standards. They are widely adopted by many motor vehicle technical groups internationally. In addition, when formulating their automotive technology regulations, the United States and many other countries often refer to SAE standards in many technical aspects or links, making it one of the most renowned standard systems internationally. SAE J845 Class1: Standard for Lighting of Warning Lights on Road Vehicles High Temperature +50°C, Low Temperature -30°C Flashing Rate: The flashing frequency should be between 1.0 and 2.0 Hz Durability: Maintained in a circulating air oven at a temperature range of 46 to 49°C for 1 hour The luminance measurement should use a distance photometer screen 3 meters or more, and the actual value should not be less than 60% of the specified value in the table.

Luminous Intensity(Candela)