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The purpose of this standard is to ensure the accessibility, visibility and recognition of motor vehicle controls, telltales and indicators, and to facilitate the proper selection of controls under daylight and nighttime conditions, in order to reduce the safety hazards caused by the diversion of the driver's attention from the driving task, and by mistakes in selecting controls. Common space means an area on which more than one telltale, indicator, identifier, or other message may be displayed, but not simultaneously.
Indicator means a device that shows the magnitude of the physical characteristics that the instrument is designed to sense. Each passenger car, multipurpose passenger vehicle, truck and bus that is fitted with a control, a telltale or an indicator listed in Table 1 or Table 2 must meet the requirements of this standard for the location, identification, color, and illumination of that control, telltale or indicator.
For lower levels of multitask displays with layers, identification is permitted but not required for systems not otherwise regulated by this standard. No identification is required for any horn (i.e., audible warning signal) that is activated by a lanyard or by the driver pressing in the center of the face plane of the steering wheel hub; or for a turn signal control that is operated in a plane essentially parallel to the face plane of the steering wheel in its normal driving position and which is located on the left side of the steering column so that it is the control on that side of the column nearest to the steering wheel face plane.
Since the control regulates a single function over a quantitative range, only the extreme positions require identification. (a) Except as provided in S5.3.1(c), the identifications of controls for which the word “Yes” is specified in column 5 of Table 1 must be capable of being illuminated whenever the headlamps are activated.
This requirement does not apply to a control located on the floor, floor console, steering wheel, steering column, or in the area of windshield header, or to a control for a heating and air-conditioning system that does not direct air upon the windshield. (b) Except as provided in S5.3.1(c), the indicators and their identifications for which the word “Yes” is specified in column 5 of Table 1 must be illuminated whenever the vehicle's propulsion system and headlamps are activated.
(d) At the manufacturer's option, any control, indicator, or their identifications may be capable of being illuminated at any time. (e) A telltale must not emit light except when identifying the malfunction or vehicle condition it is designed to indicate, or during a bulb check.
S126.96.36.199 Means must be provided for illuminating the indicators, identifications of indicators and identifications of controls listed in Table 1 to make them visible to the driver under daylight and nighttime driving conditions. (a) Means must be provided for illuminating telltales and their identification sufficiently to make them visible to the driver under daylight and nighttime driving conditions.
S5.4.3 Each identifier used for the identification of a telltale, control or indicator must be in a color that stands out clearly against the background. However, this requirement does not apply to an identifier for a horn control in the center of the face plane of the steering wheel hub.
For vehicles with a OVER of under 4,536 kg (10,000 pounds), the compliance date for this provision is September 1, 2011. For vehicles with a OVER of 4,536 kg (10,000 pounds) or over, the compliance date for this provision is September 1, 2013.
S5.5.3 The telltales and indicators that are listed in Table 1 and are shown in the common space must illuminate at the initiation of any underlying condition. (b) Indicated by visible means and capable of being selected for viewing by the driver under the conditions of S5.6.2.
S5.5.5 In the case of the telltale for a brake system malfunction, airbag malfunction, side airbag malfunction, low tire pressure, electronic stability control malfunction (as of September 1, 2011), passenger airbag off, high beam, turn signal, or seat belt that is designed to display in a common space, that telltale must displace any other symbol or message in that common space while the underlying condition for the telltale's activation exists. S5.5.6(a) Except as provided in S5.5.6(b), messages displayed in a common space may be cancellable automatically or by the driver.
(b) Telltales for high beams, turn signal, low tire pressure, and passenger airbag off, and telltales for which the color red is required in Table 1 must not be cancellable while the underlying condition for their activation exists.