International Organization for Standardization (ISO)

ISO TC22/SC37 WG#1 (Formerly TC22/SC21)
Vehicle operation conditions, vehicle safety and Energy storage installation / Definitions


Identification

ISO 6469-1
Electrically propelled road vehicles Safety specifications Part 1: On-board rechargeable energy storage systems (RESS)
Published
International

Scope

ISO 6469-1:2009 specifies requirements for the on-board rechargeable energy storage systems (RESS) of electrically propelled road vehicles, including battery-electric vehicles (BEVs), fuel-cell vehicles (FCVs) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), for the protection of persons inside and outside the vehicle and the vehicle environment. Flywheels are not included in the scope of ISO 6469-1:2009.

ISO 6469-1:2009 does not apply to RESS in motorcycles and vehicles not primarily intended as road vehicles, such as material handling trucks or fork-lift trucks.

ISO 6469-1:2009 applies only to RESS in on-board voltage class B electric circuits for vehicle propulsion.


ISO 6469-1:2009 does not provide comprehensive safety information for manufacturing, maintenance and repair personnel.

 

Status

Published September 14, 2009.

Available at www.iso.ch and www.ansi.org

Revision underway.
A project has been approved to amend ISO 6469-1 with target dates of March 2018 (DIS stage) and March 2019 (Publication). The Project Leader is Ms. Miao Song.


Identification

ISO 6469-2
Electrically propelled road vehicles Safety specifications Part 2: Vehicle operational safety means and protection against failures
Published
International

 

Scope

ISO 6469-2:2009 specifies requirements for operational safety means and protection against failures related to hazards specific to electrically propelled road vehicles, including battery-electric vehicles (BEVs), fuel-cell vehicles (FCVs) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), for the protection of persons inside and outside the vehicle and the vehicle environment.

 

ISO 6469-2:2009 does not apply to motorcycles and vehicles not primarily intended as road vehicles, such as material handling trucks or fork-lift trucks.

 

Requirements related to internal combustion engine (ICE) systems of HEVs are not covered in ISO 6469-2:2009.

 

ISO 6469-2:2009 applies only if the maximum working voltage of the on-board electrical propulsion system is lower than the upper voltage class B limit.


ISO 6469-2:2009 does not provide comprehensive safety information for manufacturing, maintenance and repair personnel.

 

Status

Published September 14, 2009.

Available at www.iso.ch and www.ansi.org

Revision underway. The document will next undergo a DIS ballot.


Identification

ISO 6469-3: 2011
Electrically propelled road vehicles Safety specifications Part 3: Protection of persons against electric shock
Published
International

Scope

This part of ISO 6469 specifies requirements for the electric propulsion systems and conductively connected auxiliary systems, if any, of electrically propelled road vehicles for the protection of persons inside and outside the vehicle against electric shock.

 

It does not apply to motorcycles and vehicles not primarily intended as road vehicles such as material handling trucks or fork-lifts.

 

It applies only to on-board electric circuits with maximum working voltages according to voltage class B.

 

It does not provide comprehensive safety information for manufacturing, maintenance and repair personnel.

 

Requirements for the electric power supply interface conductively connected to the external power supply (grid) for charging the RESS are also specified in IEC 61851-1 and IEC 61851-21.

 

Status

Published. Available at www.ansi.org

Revision underway. The document will next undergo a DIS ballot in March 2017.

Committee Information

Chairman Volker Rothe (GM- Opel)


Identification

ISO 6469-4:2015
Electrically propelled road vehicles Safety specifications Part 4: Post crash electrical safety requirements
Published
International

Abstract

ISO 6469-4:2015 specifies safety requirements for the electric propulsion systems and conductively connected auxiliary electric systems of electrically propelled road vehicles for the protection of persons inside and outside the vehicle. It specifies electrical safety requirements for vehicle post-crash conditions.

It applies to electrically propelled road vehicles with voltage class B electric circuits.

It does not apply to motorcycles and mopeds.

It does not specify any crash test procedure. The safety requirements of this part of ISO 6469-4:2015 apply to applicable vehicles in accordance with published crash test procedures of each country or region. Applicable vehicles are those vehicles which are explicitly specified in these crash test procedures.

It does not provide comprehensive safety information for first responders, emergency services, maintenance, and repair personnel

 

Status

Published in 2015.

The next systematic review is scheduled for the third quarter of 2018.

 


Identification

ISO 23273:2013   
Fuel cell road vehicles -- Safety specifications -- Protection against hydrogen hazards for vehicles fueled with compressed hydrogen

Published
International

 

Abstract

ISO 23273:2013 specifies the essential requirements for fuel cell vehicles (FCV) with respect to the protection of persons and the environment inside and outside the vehicle against hydrogen-related hazards.

It applies only to such FCV where compressed hydrogen is used as fuel for the fuel cell system.

ISO 23273:2013 does not apply to manufacturing, maintenance, and repair.

The requirements of ISO 23273:2013 address both normal operating (fault-free) and single-fault conditions of the vehicles.

Status

Published June 2013. Available at www.ansi.org and www.iso.ch


Identification

ISO/TR 8713:2012
   
Electrically Propelled Road Vehicles Vocabulary

Abstract

ISO/TR 8713:2012 establishes a vocabulary of terms and the related definitions used in ISO TC22/SC21 standards. These terms are specific to the electric propulsion systems of electrically propelled road vehicles, i. e. battery electric vehicles (BEV), hybrid electric vehicles (HEV, PHEV), and (pure and hybrid electric) fuel cell vehicles (FCV, FCHEV).

 

Status

The revised 2005 edition was published 04-25-2012.

Revision of TR 8713 is being organized in September 2016 under the leadership of Volker Rothe.

Available at
www.ansi.org and www.iso.ch


Secretariat

DIN (Germany)