ISO 16750

Summary

ISO 16750, Road vehicles – Environmental conditions and testing for electrical and electronic equipment, is a series of ISO standards which provide guidance regarding environmental conditions commonly encountered by electrical and electronic systems installed in automobiles and specify requirements and tests.[1]

ISO 16750 has five parts:

  • ISO 16750-1: General[1]
  • ISO 16750-2: Electrical loads[2]
  • ISO 16750-3: Mechanical loads[3]
  • ISO 16750-4: Climatic loads[4]
  • ISO 16750-5: Chemical loads[5]

A similar series of ISO standards exists for electrical and electronic equipment for the drive system of electric vehicles, see ISO 19453.[6]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b ISO 16750-1:2018: Road vehicles — Environmental conditions and testing for electrical and electronic equipment — Part 1: General, Geneva, Switzerland: International Organization for Standardization, retrieved 2022-04-29
  2. ^ ISO 16750-2:2012: Road vehicles — Environmental conditions and testing for electrical and electronic equipment — Part 2: Electrical loads, Geneva, Switzerland: International Organization for Standardization, retrieved 2022-04-29
  3. ^ ISO 16750-3:2012: Road vehicles — Environmental conditions and testing for electrical and electronic equipment — Part 3: Mechanical loads, Geneva, Switzerland: International Organization for Standardization, retrieved 2022-04-29
  4. ^ ISO 16750-4:2010: Road vehicles — Environmental conditions and testing for electrical and electronic equipment — Part 4: Climatic loads, Geneva, Switzerland: International Organization for Standardization, retrieved 2022-04-29
  5. ^ ISO 16750-5:2010: Road vehicles — Environmental conditions and testing for electrical and electronic equipment — Part 5: Chemical loads, Geneva, Switzerland: International Organization for Standardization, retrieved 2022-04-29
  6. ^ ISO 19453-1:2018: Road vehicles — Environmental conditions and testing for electrical and electronic equipment for drive system of electric propulsion vehicles — Part 1: General, Geneva, Switzerland: International Organization for Standardization, retrieved 2022-04-29