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CURRENT
2011-12-06
Standard
J1310_201112
The scope of this SAE Information Report is to acquaint and inform those concerned with cold weather operation of diesel-powered machines and vehicles with the selection and application of electrically powered starting aids currently available. It deals specifically with the design, function, and application of line voltage electrically powered engine preheaters and battery warmers.
CURRENT
2011-12-06
Standard
J226_201112
This SAE Standard describes electric immersion engine preheaters for use in the coolant jacket of heavy-duty and intermediate size diesel engines. This document gives the dimensional information on the four basic styles of engine preheaters. The tables for each style will list the wattage commonly used. Small engines that typically require less than 600 W of preheat for cold weather starting are not covered by this document. These types of engines generally have very little space available to accommodate an immersion heater of the styles presented in this document. No related ISO standards were found.
CURRENT
2011-11-30
Standard
J1350_201111
This information report covers fuel fired pre-heaters which burn gasoline, diesel, or propane fuels. This type of heater must be used in remote areas where 110/220 V, 60 Hz electric power is not available, and is recommended anywhere an on-board self contained system is required. The guidelines in this report are applicable, but not limited to, fuel burning heater installations on the off-road self-propelled work machines described in SAE J1116.
CURRENT
2011-11-30
Standard
J1024_201111
This standard covers off-road, self-propelled work machines as categorized in SAE J1116. This standard outlines requirements that must be met in order for the heating equipment to perform satisfactorily on construction and industrial machinery.
CURRENT
2011-10-27
Standard
J2079_201110
This SAE Information Report recommends the requirements for the location of ether atomizers.
CURRENT
2011-10-27
Standard
J1422_201110
This SAE Information Report establishes performance requirements for devices used to warm diesel fuel before entering the fuel filter(s).
HISTORICAL
1996-01-01
Standard
J1908_199601
This document has been declared "Stabilized" and will no longer be subjected to periodic reviews for currency. Users are responsible for verifying references and continued suitability or technical requirements. New technology may exist. This SAE Standard outlines general procedures for the grounding of electrical components in both 12- and 24-V systems, intended for light and heavy-duty on-highway trucks and their trailers; and off-road machinery applications as described in SAE J 1116. The voltage drops specified throughout this document are for a 12-V system. For 24-V systems, the allowable voltage drops may be doubled. These voltage drops are nominal at room temperature (25 °C ± 5 °C), and may not be sufficient to guarantee proper operation of voltage sensitive devices, such as gauges, alternators, and electronic devices. Manufacturer's recommendations for the grounding of components must be followed whenever provided.
HISTORICAL
1995-01-01
Standard
J1811_199501
This SAE Standard defines the terminals that carry the electrical current developed in the main cranking circuit of the starting systems used in off-road machinery as described in SAE J1116. These systems normally use batteries as described in SAE J 537 and J930. The terminals addressed by this document are primarily used to correct batteries, cranking motors, solenoids, magnetic switches, and master disconnect switches with power cable assemblies. This document defines the performance requirements for power cable terminals used in the electrical starting system.
HISTORICAL
1994-11-01
Standard
J2030_199411
This SAE Standard encompasses connectors between two cables or between a cable and an electrical component and focuses on the connectors external to the electrical component. This document provides performance requirements based upon the mechanical and electrical environment and covers applications of connectors for direct current electrical systems of 50 V or less in heavy-duty applications typically used in off-highway machinery.
HISTORICAL
1994-06-01
Standard
J821_199406
This SAE Recommended Practice applies to off-road, self-propelled work machines defined in SAE J1116 JUN81. This document is intended as a guide in establishing recommended material specifications and identification of the on-board electrical wiring systems for construction, agricultural, and off-road machines.
HISTORICAL
1991-01-01
Standard
J1299_199101
This SAE Information Report applies to the control circuits and devices associated with the electrical propulsion system used on electric drive dumpers. Dumper is defined in J/ISO 6165. The document does not apply to auxiliary equipment control systems such as: a. battery charging systems; b. engine wiring and control; c. monitoring and control circuits not directly affecting the operation of the electric propulsion and retarding system; d. lighting; and e. accessory systems (heating, air conditioning, horns, radios, emergency steering, fire protection, and similar functions). This document establishes requirements for the control circuits and control devices of the electric propulsion system of an electric drive dumper. Criteria are established for environmental service conditions, control systems requirements, control device operational requirements and control tests.
HISTORICAL
1990-07-01
Standard
J1310_199007
The scope of this SAE Information Report is to acquaint and inform those concerned with cold weather operation of diesel-powered machines and vehicles with the selection and application of electrically powered starting aids currently available. It deals specifically with the design, function, and application of line voltage electrically powered engine preheaters and battery warmers.
HISTORICAL
1989-05-01
Standard
J1024_198905
This standard covers off-road, self-propelled work machines as categorized in SAE J1116. This standard outlines requirements that must be met in order for the heating equipment to perform satisfactorily on construction and industrial machinery. This standard describes a general set of parameters covering fuel-fired heaters for heating and defrosting cabs on construction and industrial machinery.
HISTORICAL
1987-06-01
Standard
J1334_198706
To provide a laboratory method for determining the operational integrity of a hydraulic cylinder by a proof pressure and an operational test. Applies to hydraulic cylinders which are components of self-propelled work machines defined in SAE J1116.
HISTORICAL
1986-03-01
Standard
J214_198603
This test procedure describes tests for determining characteristics of hydraulic cylinders as used on construction and industrial mobile machinery as referenced in SAE J1116. In this code, metric equivalents are established according to SAE J916. These characteristics are to be recorded on data sheets similar to the ones shown herein. Two sets of data sheets are to be submitted for each cylinder, one set at 120° F (49 °C) and one at 180 °F (82 °C). This test procedure establishes conditions for cylinder tests, outlines a procedure for tests, and describes a method of presenting cylinder test data.
HISTORICAL
1986-01-01
Standard
J226_198601
This SAE Standard describes electric immersion engine preheaters for use in the coolant jacket of heavy-duty and intermediate size diesel engines. This document gives the dimensional information of the four basic styles of engine preheaters. The tables for each style will list the wattage commonly used. Small engines that typically require less than 600 W of preheat for cold weather starter are not covered by this document. These types of engines generally have very little space available to accommodate an immersion heater of the styles presented in this document. The purpose of this document is to establish commonality of engine preheater designs. The user of this document can use these current styles and wattages early on in their designing. This will give the user of this document a good engine preheater design.
HISTORICAL
1981-12-01
Standard
J1350_198112
This information report covers fuel fired pre-heaters which burn gasoline, diesel, or propane fuels. This type of heater must be used in remote areas where 110/220 V, 60 Hz electric power is not available, and is recommended anywhere an on-board self-contained system is required. The guidelines in this report are applicable, but not limited to, fuel burning heater installations on the off-road self-propelled work machine described in SAE Recommended Practice J1116.
HISTORICAL
1981-04-01
Standard
J1310_198104
The scope of this SAE Information Report is to acquaint and inform those concerned with cold weather operation of diesel-powered machines and vehicles with the selection and application of electrically powered starting aids currently available. It deals specifically with the design, function, and application of line voltage electrically powered engine preheaters and battery warmers.
HISTORICAL
1977-02-01
Standard
J226A_197702
This SAE Standard describes electric immersion engine preheaters for use in the coolant jacket of heavy-duty and intermediate size diesel engines. This document gives the dimensional information of the four basic styles of engine preheaters. The tables for each style will list the wattage commonly used. Small engines that typically require less than 600 W of preheat for cold weather starter are not covered by this document. These types of engines generally have very little space available to accommodate an immersion heater of the styles presented in this document. The purpose of this document is to establish commonality of engine preheater designs. The user of this document can use these current styles and wattages early on in their designing. This will give the user of this document a good engine preheater design.
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