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§ 1605.1. Federal and State Standards for Federally-Regulated Appliances.

20 CA ADC § 1605.1BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS

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Title 20. Public Utilities and Energy
Division 2. State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission
Chapter 4. Energy Conservation
Article 4. Appliance Efficiency Regulations (Refs & Annos)
20 CCR § 1605.1
§ 1605.1. Federal and State Standards for Federally-Regulated Appliances.
(a) Refrigerators, Refrigerator-Freezers, and Freezers.
(1) Non-Commercial Refrigerators, Non-Commercial Refrigerator-Freezers, and Non-Commercial Freezers.
(A) The energy consumption of non-commercial refrigerators designed for the refrigerated storage of food at temperatures above 32oF and below 39oF, configured for general refrigerated food storage, non-commercial refrigerator-freezers, and non-commercial freezers, including drawer units, and kitchen units that are manufactured on or after the effective dates shown shall be not greater than the applicable values shown in Table A-2.
Table A-2 Standards for Non-Commercial Refrigerators, Refrigerator-Freezers, and Freezers
(B) Miscellaneous refrigeration products. The energy standards as determined by the equations shown in Table A-3 shall be rounded off to the nearest kWh per year. If the equation calculation is halfway between the nearest two kWh per year values, the standard shall be rounded up to the higher of these values.
1. Coolers manufactured on or after October 28, 2019 shall have Annual Energy Use (AEU) not more than the applicable values shown in Table A-3.
Table A-3 Standards for Miscellaneous Refrigeration Products
(2) Commercial Refrigerators, Commercial Refrigerator-Freezers, and Commercial Freezers.
(A) The daily energy consumption (in kilowatt hours per day) of each commercial refrigerator and commercial freezer manufactured on or after March 27, 2017 shall be not greater than the applicable values shown in Tables A-4, A-5, and A-6.
Table A-4 Standards for Commercial Refrigerators and Freezers with a Self-Contained Condensing Unit That are Not Commercial Hybrid Units
Table A-5 Standards for Commercial Refrigerators and Freezers with a Remote Condensing Unit That are Not Commercial Hybrid Units
(B) The daily energy consumption (in kilowatt hours per day) of commercial ice cream freezers that are not commercial hybrid units and that are manufactured on or after March 27, 2017, shall be not greater than the applicable values shown in Table A-6.
Table A-6 Standards for Commercial Ice Cream Freezers That are Not Commercial Hybrid Units and are Manufactured On or After March 27, 2017
(C) Commercial refrigeration equipment with two or more compartments.
For commercial refrigeration equipment with two or more compartments, (i.e., hybrid refrigerators, hybrid freezers, hybrid refrigerator-freezers, and non-hybrid refrigerator-freezers), the maximum daily energy consumption (MDEC) for each model shall be the sum of the MDEC values for all of its compartments. For each compartment, measure the TDA or volume of that compartment, and determine the appropriate equipment class based on that compartment's equipment family, condensing unit configuration, and designed operating temperature. The MDEC limit for each compartment shall be the calculated value obtained by entering that compartment's TDA or volume into the standard equation in Table A-4, Table A-5, or Table A-6 of this Article for that compartment's equipment class. Measure the calculated daily energy consumption (CDEC) or total daily energy consumption (TDEC) for the entire case as described in 10 C.F.R. section 431.66(d)(2)(i) through(iii), except that where measurements and calculations reference ARI Standard 1200-2006, AHRI Standard 1200 (I-P)-2010 shall be used.
(D) Wedge Cases. For remote-condensing and self-contained wedge cases, measure the CDEC or TDEC according to the AHRI Standard 1200 (I-P)-2010 test procedure incorporated by reference in 10 C.F.R. section 431.63. For wedge cases in equipment classes for which a volume metric is used, the MDEC shall be the amount derived from the appropriate standards equation in Table A-4, Table A-5, or Table A-6 of this Article. For wedge cases of equipment classes for which a TDA metric is used, the MDEC for each model shall be the amount derived by incorporating into the standards equation in Table A-4, Table A-5, or Table A-6 of this Article for the appropriate equipment class a value for the TDA that is the product of:
1. The vertical height of the air-curtain (or glass in a transparent door), and
2. The largest overall width of the case, when viewed from the front.
Exception to Section 1605.1(a)(2) of this Article: The standards shown in section 1605.1(a)(2) of this Article do not apply to salad bars, buffet tables, chef bases, or griddle stands.
(3) Automatic Commercial Ice Makers.
(A) Cube Type. Each cube type automatic commercial ice maker with capacities between 50 and 2500 pounds per 24-hour period and is manufactured on or after January 1, 2010, and before January 28, 2018, shall meet the standard levels set forth in Table A-7.
Table A-7 Standards for Cube Type Automatic Commercial Ice Makers Manufactured on or After January 1, 2010 and before January 28, 2018
(B) Batch Type. Each batch type automatic commercial ice maker with capacities between 50 and 4000 pounds per 24-hour period and is manufactured on or after January 28, 2018, shall meet the standard levels set forth in Table A-8.
1. Batch type automatic commercial ice makers include cube type automatic commercial ice makers for purposes of the standards for models manufactured on or after January 28, 2018.
Table A-8 Standards for Batch Type Automatic Commercial Ice Makers Manufactured on or After January 28, 2018
(C) Continuous Type. Each continuous type automatic commercial ice maker with capacities between 50 and 4,000 pounds per 24-hour period manufactured on or after January 28, 2018, shall meet the standard levels set forth in Table A-9.
Table A-9 Standards for Continuous Type Automatic Commercial Ice Makers Manufactured on or After January 28, 2018
(4) Walk-In Coolers and Walk-In Freezers. Walk-in coolers and walk-in freezers manufactured on or after January 1, 2009 shall:
(A) have automatic door closers that firmly close all walk-in doors that have been closed to within one inch of full closure, except that this subparagraph shall not apply to doors wider than three feet nine inches or taller than seven feet;
(B) have strip doors, spring hinged doors, or other method of minimizing infiltration when doors are open;
(C) contain wall, ceiling, and door insulation of at least R-25 for coolers and R-32 for freezers, except that this subparagraph shall not apply to:
1. glazed portions of doors nor to structural members; and
2. A walk-in cooler or walk-in freezer component if the component manufacturer has demonstrated to the satisfaction of the Secretary in a manner consistent with applicable requirements that the component reduces energy consumption at least as much as if such insulation requirements of section 1605.1(a)(4)(C) of this Article were to apply.
(D) contain floor insulation of at least R-28 for freezers;
(E) for evaporator fan motors of under one horsepower and less than 460 volts, use:
1. electronically commutated motors (brushless direct current motors); or
2. 3-phase motors;
(F) for condenser fan motors of under one horsepower, use:
1. electronically commutated motors;
2. permanent split capacitor-type motors; or
3. 3-phase motors; and
(G) for all interior lights, use light sources with an efficacy of 40 lumens per watt (LPW) or more, including ballast losses (if any), except that light sources with an efficacy of 40 LPW or less, including ballast losses (if any), may be used in conjunction with a timer or device that turns off the lights within 15 minutes of when the walk-in cooler or walk-in freezer is not occupied by people.
(5) Walk-In Coolers with Transparent Reach-in Doors and Walk-In Freezers with Transparent Reach-In Doors. In addition to the design standards in section 1605.1(a)(4) of this Article, walk-in coolers equipped with transparent reach-in doors and walk-in freezers equipped with transparent reach-in doors and manufactured on or after January 1, 2009 shall also meet the following design standards:
(A) Transparent reach-in doors for walk-in freezers and windows in walk-in freezer doors shall be of triple-pane glass with either heat-reflective treated glass or gas fill;
(B) Transparent reach-in doors for walk-in coolers and windows in walk-in cooler doors shall be either:
1. double-pane glass with heat-reflective treated glass and gas fill; or
2. triple-pane glass with either heat-reflective treated glass or gas fill;
(C) If the walk-in cooler or walk-in freezer has an anti-sweat heater:
1. without anti-sweat heat controls, the walk-in cooler or walk-in freezer shall have a total door rail, glass, and frame heater power draw of not more than 7.1 watts per square foot (W/ft2) of door opening (for freezers) and 3.0 watts per square foot (W/ft2) of door opening (for coolers);
2. with anti-sweat heat controls, and the total door rail, glass, and frame heater power draw is more than 7.1 watts per square foot (W/ft2) of door opening (for freezers) and 3.0 watts per square foot (W/ft2) of door opening (for coolers), the antisweat heat controls shall reduce the energy use of the anti-sweat heater in a quantity corresponding to the relative humidity in the air outside the door or to the condensation on the inner glass pane.
(D) Walk-in cooler and freezer display doors. All walk-in cooler and walk-in freezer display doors manufactured on or after June 5, 2017, must not exceed the standards shown in Table A-10:
Table A-10 Standards for Walk-in Cooler and Walk-in Freezer Display Doors Manufactured On or After June 5, 2017
(E) Walk-in cooler and freezer non-display doors. All walk-in cooler and walk-in freezer non-display doors manufactured on or after June 5, 2017, must not exceed the standards shown in Table A-11:
Table A-11 Standards for Walk-in Cooler and Walk-in Freezer Non-Display Doors Manufactured On or After June 5, 2017
(F) Walk-in cooler and freezer refrigeration systems. The annual walk-in energy factor of all walk-in cooler and walk-in freezer refrigeration systems manufactured on or after January 1, 2020, must not be less than the values shown in Table A-12:
Table A-12 Standards for Walk-in Cooler and Walk-in Freezer Refrigeration Systems Manufactured On or After January 1, 2020
(6) Refrigerated Canned and Bottled Beverage Vending Machines.
(A) Refrigerated Canned and Bottled Beverage Vending Machines Manufactured Before January 8, 2019. The daily energy consumption (in kilowatt hours per day) when measured at the 75oF + 2oF and 45 + 5% RH condition of each refrigerated bottled or canned beverage vending machine manufactured on or after the effective dates shown shall be not greater than the values shown in Table A-13:
Table A-13 Standards for Refrigerated Canned and Bottled Beverage Vending Machines Manufactured On or After August 31, 2012 and Before January 8, 2019
(B) Refrigerated Canned and Bottled Beverage Vending Machines Manufactured On or After January 8, 2019. The daily energy consumption (in kilowatt hours per day) of refrigerated canned and bottled beverage vending machines manufactured on or after January 8, 2019 shall not exceed the values shown in Table A-14:
Table A-14 Standards for Refrigerated Canned and Bottled Beverage Vending Machines Manufactured on or After January 8, 2019
(7) See section 1605.3(a) of this Article for energy efficiency and energy design standards for:
(A) consumer refrigeration coolers manufactured before October 28, 2019;
(B) freezers with volume exceeding 30 ft3, that do not exceed 39 ft3; and that are consumer products and
(C) water dispensers.
(b) Room Air Conditioners, Room Air-Conditioning Heat Pumps, Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners, and Packaged Terminal Heat Pumps.
(1) Room Air Conditioners and Room Air-Conditioning Heat Pumps.
The combined EER of room air conditioners and room air-conditioning heat pumps that are manufactured on or after June 1, 2014 shall be not less than the applicable values shown in Table B-2. The EER of room air conditioners and room air-conditioning heat pumps that are labeled for use at more than one voltage shall be not less than the applicable values shown in Table B-2 at each of the labeled voltages.
Table B-2 Standards for Room Air Conditioners and Room Air-Conditioning Heat Pumps Manufactured On or After June 1, 2014
(2) Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners and Packaged Terminal Heat Pumps.
The EER and COP, as applicable, of non-standard size packaged terminal air conditioners and non standard size packaged terminal heat pumps manufactured on or after October 7, 2010, and of standard size packaged terminal air conditioners and standard size packaged terminal heat pumps manufactured on or after January 1, 2017 shall be not less than the applicable values shown in Tables B-3 and B-4.
Table B-3 Standards for Non-Standard Size Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners and Non-Standard Size Packaged Terminal Heat Pumps Manufactured On or After October 7, 2010
Table B-4 Standards for Standard Size Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners and Standard Size Packaged Terminal Heat Pumps Manufactured On or After January 1, 2017
(c) Central Air Conditioners, Air Filters, and Heat Pump Water-Heating Packages.
(1) Central Air Conditioners. The EER, IEER, SEER, COP, HSPF, and SCOP, as applicable, of all central air conditioners, including computer room air conditioners, shall be not less than the applicable values shown in Tables C-3, C-4, C-5, C-6, C-7, C-8, and C-9.
(A) Evaporatively Cooled Computer Room Air Conditioners. See section 1605.3(c) of this Article for energy efficiency standards for evaporatively cooled computer room air conditioners.
Table C-3 Standards for Single Phase Air-Cooled Air Conditioners with Cooling Capacity Less than 65,000 Btu per Hour and Single Phase Air-Source Heat Pumps with Cooling Capacity Less than 65,000 Btu per Hour, Not Subject to EPAct
Exception to Section 1605.1(c)(1) Table C-4 of this Article: The standards shown in Table C-4 do not apply to single package vertical air conditioners and single package vertical heat pumps (see Table C-6), packaged terminal air conditioners and packaged terminal heat pumps (see Tables B-3 and B-4), computer room air conditioners (see Table C-7), variable refrigerant flow multi-split air conditioners and heat pumps (see Table C-8), and double-duct air-cooled commercial package air conditioning and heating equipment (see Table C-9).
Table C-4 Standards for Commercial Package Air-Conditioning and Heating Equipment (Air-Cooled) Air Conditioners and Air-Source Heat Pumps Subject to EPAct (Standards Effective January 1, 2010 do not apply to Single Package Vertical Air Conditioners)
Table C-5 Standards for Commercial Package Air Conditioning and Heating Equipment (Water-Cooled) Air Conditioners, Commercial Package Air Conditioning and Heating Equipment (Evaporatively Cooled) Air Conditioners, and Small Commercial Package Water-Source Heat Pumps
Table C-6 Standards for Single Package Vertical Air Conditioners and Single Package Vertical Heat Pumps Manufactured on or After January 1, 2010
Table C-7
Standards for Computer Room Air Conditioners
Table C-8
Standards for Variable Refrigerant Flow Multi-Split Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps
Table C-9 Standards for Double-Duct Commercial Packaged Air Conditioning and Heating Equipment Manufactured on or After January 1, 2010
(2) Gas-fired Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps. There is no energy efficiency standard or energy design standard for gas-fired air conditioners or gas-fired heat pumps.
(3) Other Central Air Conditioners. See section 1605.3(c) of this Article for energy efficiency standards for other central air conditioners.
(4) Heat Pump Water-Heating Packages. There is no energy efficiency standard or energy design standard for heat pump water-heating packages.
(5) Air Filters. There are no energy efficiency standards or energy design standards for air filters.
(d) Portable Air Conditioners, Evaporative Coolers, Ceiling Fans, Ceiling Fan Light Kits, Whole House Fans, Residential Exhaust Fans, Dehumidifiers, and Residential Furnace Fans.
(1) Ceiling fans.
(A) Ceiling fans manufactured on or after January 1, 2007, shall have the following features:
1. Fan speed controls separate from any lighting controls;
2. Adjustable speed controls (either more than 1 speed or variable speed);
3. The capability of reversible fan action, except for:
a. Fans sold for industrial applications;
b. Fans sold for outdoor applications; and
c. Cases in which safety standards would be violated by the use of the reversible mode.
(B) Ceiling fans manufactured on or after January 21, 2020 shall meet the requirements shown in Table D-4.
Table D-4 Standards for Ceiling Fans Manufactured On or After January 21, 2020
EXCEPTIONS to Section 1605.1(d)(1) of this Article: The provisions in section 1605.1(d)(1) of this Article apply to ceiling fans except:
(1) Ceiling fans where the plane of rotation of a ceiling fan's blades is not less than or equal to 45 degrees from horizontal, or cannot be adjusted based on the manufacturer's specifications to be less than or equal to 45 degrees from horizontal;
(2) Centrifugal ceiling fans, as defined in section 1602(d) of this Article;
(3) Belt-driven ceiling fans, as defined in section 1602(d) of this Article;
(4) Oscillating ceiling fans, as defined in section 1602(d) of this Article; and
(5) Highly decorative ceiling fans, as defined in section 1602(d) of this Article.
(2) Ceiling fan light kits.
(A) Ceiling Fan Light Kits with Medium Screw Base Sockets. Ceiling fan light kits manufactured on or after January 1, 2007, and prior to January 21, 2020, with medium screw base sockets must be packaged with medium screw base lamps to fill all sockets. These medium screw base lamps must:
1. Be compact fluorescent lamps that meet or exceed the requirements shown in Table D-5 or be as described in section 1605.1(d)(2)(A)2 of this Article:
Table D-5 Requirements for CFLs Used in Ceiling Fan Light Kits with Medium Screw Base Sockets
2. Be light sources other than compact fluorescent lamps that have lumens per watt performance at least equivalent to comparably configured compact fluorescent lamps meeting the energy conservation standards in section 1605.1(d)(2)(A)1. of this Article.
(B) Ceiling Fan Light Kits with Pin-Based Sockets for Fluorescent Lamps. Ceiling fan light kits manufactured on or after January 1, 2007, and prior to January 21, 2020, with pin-based sockets for fluorescent lamps must use an electronic ballast and be packaged with lamps to fill all sockets. These lamp ballast platforms must meet the requirements shown in Table D-6:
Table D-6 System Efficacy Per Lamp Ballast Platform in Lumens Per Watt (lm/W)
(C) Ceiling fan light kits manufactured on or after January 1, 2009, and prior to January 21, 2020. Ceiling fan light kits manufactured on or after January 1, 2009, and prior to January 21, 2020, with socket types other than those covered in sections 1605.1(d)(2)(A) and 1605.1(d)(2)(B) of this Article, including candelabra screw base sockets, must be packaged with lamps to fill all sockets and must not be capable of operating with lamps that total more than 190 watts.
(D) Ceiling fan light kits manufactured on or after January 21, 2020. Ceiling fan light kits manufactured on or after January 21, 2020 must be packaged with lamps to fill all sockets, and each basic model of lamp packaged with the basic model of the ceiling fan light kit and each basic model of integrated SSL in the ceiling fan light kit basic model shall meet the requirements shown in Table D-7:
Table D-7 Standards for Ceiling Fan Light Kits Manufactured On or After January 21, 2020
1. Ceiling Fan Light Kits with Medium Screw Base Sockets. Ceiling fan light kits with medium screw base sockets manufactured on or after January 21, 2020 and packaged with compact fluorescent lamps must include lamps that also meet the requirements shown in Table D-8:
Table D-8 Standards for Ceiling Fan Light Kits with Medium Screw Base Sockets Manufactured On or After January 21, 2020
2. Ceiling Fan Light Kits with Pin Based Sockets for Fluorescent Lamps. Ceiling fan light kits with pin based sockets for fluorescent lamps, manufactured on or after January 21, 2020, must also use an electronic ballast.
(3) Dehumidifiers.
(A) Dehumidifiers Manufactured On or After October 1, 2012 and Before June 13, 2019. The energy factor for dehumidifiers manufactured on or after October 1, 2012 and before June 13, 2019 shall be not less than the applicable values shown in Table D-9.
Table D-9 Standards for Dehumidifiers Manufactured On or After October 1, 2012 And Before June 13, 2019
(B) Dehumidifiers Manufactured On or After June 13, 2019. The integrated energy factor for dehumidifiers manufactured on or after June 13, 2019 shall be not less than the applicable values shown in Table D-10.
Table D-10 Standards for Dehumidifiers Manufactured On or After June 13, 2019
(4) Residential furnace fans. Residential furnace fans incorporated in the products listed in Table D-11 of this Article and manufactured on and after July 3, 2019, shall have a fan energy rating (FER) value that meets or is less than the values shown in Table D-11.
(A) EXCEPTIONS. Furnace fans incorporated into hydronic air handlers, SDHV modular blowers, SDHV electric furnaces, and central air conditioner/central heat pump indoor units are not subject to the standards listed in Table D-11.
Table D-11 Energy Conservation Standards for Federally Covered Residential Furnace Fans
(5) See section 1605.3(d) of this Article for energy efficiency standards for portable air conditioners.
(6) There are no energy efficiency standards or energy design standards for spot air conditioners, evaporative coolers, whole house fans, or residential exhaust fans. There are no efficiency standards for ceiling fans.
(e) Gas and Oil Space Heaters and Electric Residential Boilers.
(1) Gas Wall Furnaces, Gas Floor Furnaces, and Gas Room Heaters. The AFUE of gas wall furnaces, gas floor furnaces, and gas room heaters manufactured on or after the effective dates shown shall be not less than the applicable values shown in Table E-2.
Table E-2 Standards for Gas Wall Furnaces, Floor Furnaces, and Room Heaters
(2) Central Gas Furnaces, Central Gas Boilers, Central Oil Furnaces, Central Oil Boilers, and Electric Residential Boilers. The AFUE, thermal efficiency, and combustion efficiency, as applicable, of central gas furnaces, central gas boilers, central oil furnaces, and central oil boilers manufactured on or after the effective dates shown shall meet all applicable requirements shown in Tables E-3, E-4, E-5, and E-6. Electric hot water residential boilers manufactured on or after September 1, 2012 shall meet the design standard shown in Table E-3.
(A) Automatic Means for Adjusting Water Temperature. The automatic means for adjusting the temperature design, shown as footnote 2 in Table E-3 immediately above, means:
1. In General. The manufacturer shall equip each gas, oil, and electric hot water boiler (other than a boiler equipped with a tankless domestic water heating coil) with automatic means for adjusting the temperature of the water supplied by the boiler to ensure that an incremental change in inferred heat load produces a corresponding incremental change in the temperature of water supplied.
2. Single Input Rate. For a boiler that fires at one input rate, the requirements of this subparagraph may be satisfied by providing an automatic means that allows the burner or heating element to fire only when the means has determined that the inferred heat load cannot be met by the residual heat of the water in the system.
3. No Inferred Heat Load. When there is no inferred heat load with respect to a hot water boiler, the automatic means described in subsections 1605.1(e)(2)(A)1. and 1605.1(e)(2)(A)2. of this Article shall limit the temperature of the water in the boiler to not more than 140oF.
4. Operation. A boiler described in subsections 1605.1(e)(2)(A)1. or 1605.1(e)(2)(A)2. of this Article shall be operable only when the automatic means described in subsections 1605.1(e)(2)(A)1., 1605.1(e)(2)(A)2., and 1605.1(e)(2)(A)3. of this Article is installed.
(B) EXCEPTION to section 1605.1(e)(2) of this Article: A boiler that is manufactured to operate without any need for electricity or any electric connection, electric gauges, electric pumps, electric wires, or electric devices shall not be required to meet the efficiency standards or design standard that take effect for models manufactured on or after September 1, 2012. Boilers described in this EXCEPTION are required to meet the efficiency standards in effect prior to September 1, 2012, as applicable.
Table E-5 Standards for Commercial Gas- and Oil-Fired Central Furnaces
Table E-6 Standards for Gas- and Oil-Fired Central Furnaces Less Than 225,000 Btu/hour Input and Residential Electric Furnaces
(3) Infrared Gas Space Heaters. There is no energy efficiency standard or energy design standard for infrared gas space heaters.
(4) Unit Heaters. Unit heaters manufactured on or after August 8, 2008 shall:
(A) Be equipped with an intermittent ignition device; and
(B) Have power venting or an automatic flue damper. An automatic vent damper is an acceptable alternative to an automatic flue damper for those unit heaters where combustion air is drawn from the conditioned space.
(5) Other Gas and Oil Space Heaters. See section 1605.3(e) of this Article for standards for boilers, central furnaces, combination space-heating and water-heating appliances, and duct furnaces that are not federally regulated consumer products or federally regulated commercial and industrial equipment.
(f) Water Heaters.
(1) Water Heaters Regulated Under 10 C.F.R. section 430.32(d). The uniform energy factor of water heaters regulated under 10 C.F.R. section 430.32(d) shall be not less than the applicable values shown in Table F-2.
Table F-2 Standards for Water Heaters Regulated Under 10 C.F.R. Section 430.32(d)
(2) Water Heaters Regulated Under 42 U.S.C. section 6295(e)(1). Water heaters regulated under 42 U.S.C. section 6295(e)(1) must meet the values shown in Table F-3 as applicable.
Table F-3 Standards for Water Heaters Regulated Under 42 U.S.C. section 6295(e)(1)
(3) Water Heaters Regulated Under 10 C.F.R. section 431.110. Water heaters regulated under 10 C.F.R. section 431.110 must meet the values shown in Tables F-4 and F-5, as applicable.
(A) Commercial Storage Water Heaters, Instantaneous Water Heaters, and Hot Water Supply Boilers (Excluding Residential-Duty Commercial Water Heaters). Each commercial storage water heater, instantaneous water heater, and hot water supply boiler (excluding residential-duty commercial water heaters) must meet the applicable energy conservation standard level(s) as specified in Table F-4.
1. Packaged Boiler Exclusion. Any packaged boiler that provides service water that meets the definition of “commercial packaged boiler” in section 1602(e) of this Article, but does not meet the definition of “hot water supply boiler” in section 1602(f) of this Article, must meet the requirements that apply to it under section 1605.1(e) of this Article.
Table F-4 Standards for Water Heaters Regulated Under 10 C.F.R. Section 431.110(a) (Excluding Residential-Duty Commercial Water Heaters)
(B) Residential-Duty Commercial Water Heaters. Each residential-duty commercial water heater must have a minimum uniform energy factor not less than the values shown in Table F-5.
Table F-5 Standards for Residential-Duty Commercial Water Heaters
(4) Combination Space-Heating and Water-Heating Appliances. See section 1605.3(e) of this Article for standards for combination space-heating and water-heating appliances.
(g) Pool Heaters, Portable Electric Spas, Pumps, Residential Pool Pump and Motor Combinations, and Replacement Residential Pool Pump Motors.
(1) Energy Efficiency Standard for Fossil Fuel-Fired Pool Heaters. The thermal efficiency of fossil fuel-fired pool heaters manufactured on or after the effective dates shown shall be not less than the values shown in Table G-1.
Table G-1 Standards for Fossil Fuel-Fired Pool Heaters
(2) Energy Efficiency Standards for Heat Pump Pool Heaters. See section 1605.3(g) of this Article for energy efficiency standards for heat pump pool heaters.
(3) Energy Efficiency Standard for Electric Resistance Pool Heaters. There is no energy efficiency standard for electric resistance pool heaters.
(4) Energy Design Standards for Pool Heaters. See section 1605.3(g) of this Article for energy design standards for pool heaters.
(5) Energy Efficiency Standards for Portable Electric Spas. See section 1605.3(g) of this Article for energy efficiency standards for portable electric spas.
(6) Energy Efficiency Standards for Pumps
(A) For the purposes of section 1605.1(g)(6)(B) of this Article, “PEICL” means the constant load pump energy index and “PEIvL” means the variable load pump energy index, both as determined in accordance with the test procedure in section 1604(g)(4) of this Article. For the purposes of section 1605.1(g)(6)(C) of this Article, “BEP” means the best efficiency point as determined in accordance with the test procedure in section 1604(g)(4) of this Article.
(B) Pump Efficiency Standards. Each pump that is manufactured on or after January 27, 2020 and that:
1. is in one of the equipment classes listed in Table G-2 in section 1605.1(g)(6)(B)4 of this Article;
2. meets the definition of a “clean water pump” in section 1602(g)(4) of this Article;
3. is not listed in section 1605.1(g)(6)(C) of this Article; and
4. conforms to the characteristics listed in section 1605.1(g)(6)(D) of this Article must have a PEICL or PEIvL rating of not more than 1.00 using the appropriate C-value in Table G-2:
Table G-2 Standards for Pumps Manufactured On or After January 27, 2020
(C) EXCEPTIONS to Pump Efficiency Standards. The energy efficiency standards in section 1605.1(g)(6)(B) of this Article do not apply to the following pumps:
1. fire pumps;
2. self-priming pumps;
3. prime-assist pumps;
4. magnet driven pumps;
5. pumps designed to be used in a nuclear facility subject to 10 C.F.R. part 50, “Domestic Licensing of Production and Utilization Facilities”;
6. pumps meeting the military specification design and construction requirements set forth in 10 C.F.R. section 431.465(c)(6).
(D) Characteristics of Regulated Pumps. The energy conservation standards in section 1605.1(g)(6)(B) of this Article apply only to pumps that have the following characteristics:
1. flow rate of 25 gpm or greater at BEP at full impeller diameter;
2. maximum head of 459 feet at BEP at full impeller diameter and the number of stages required for testing;
3. design temperature range from 14 to 248oF;
4. designed to operate with either:
a. a 2- or 4-pole induction motor; or
b. a non-induction motor with a speed of rotation operating range that includes speeds of rotation between 2,880 and 4,320 revolutions per minute and/or 1,440 and 2,160 revolutions per minute; and
c. in either case, the driver and impeller must rotate at the same speed;
5. for ST pumps, a 6-inch or smaller bowl diameter; and
6. for ESCC and ESFM pumps, specific speed less than or equal to 5,000 when calculated using U.S. customary units.
(7) Energy Efficiency Standards and Energy Design Standards for Residential Pool Pump and Motor Combinations and Replacement Residential Pool Pump Motors. See section 1605.3(g) of this Article for energy efficiency standards and energy design standards for residential pool pump and motor combinations and replacement residential pool pump motors.
(h) Plumbing Fittings.
(1) Metering Faucets and Wash Fountains. The flow rate of wash fountains and metering faucets shall be not greater than the applicable values shown in Table H-1.
Table H-1
Standards for Plumbing Fittings
Appliance
Maximum Flow Rate
 
Wash fountains
2.2xrim space (inches)/20 gpm at 60 psi
Metering faucets
0.25 gallons/cycle1,2
Metering faucets for wash fountains
0.25xrim space (inches)/20 gpm at 60 psi1,2
 
1 Sprayheads with independently controlled orifices and metered controls. The maximum flow rate of each orifice that delivers a preset volume of water before gradually shutting itself off shall not exceed the maximum flow rate for a metering faucet.
2 Sprayheads with collectively-controlled orifices and metered controls. The maximum flow rate of a sprayhead that delivers a preset volume of water before gradually shutting itself off shall be the product of (a) the maximum flow rate for a metering faucet and (b) the number of component lavatories (rim space of the lavatory in inches (millimeters) divided by 20 inches (508 millimeters)).
 
(2) Showerhead-Tub Spout Diverter Combinations. Showerhead-tub spout diverter combinations shall meet both the standard for showerheads and the standard for tub spout diverters.
(3) Tub Spout Diverters. See section 1605.3(h) of this Article for standards for tub spout diverters.
(4) Commercial Pre-rinse Spray Valves.
(A) The flow rate of commercial pre-rinse spray valves manufactured on or after January 1, 2006 and before January 28, 2019 shall be equal to or less than 1.6 gpm at 60 psi.
(B) The flow rate of commercial pre-rinse spray valves manufactured on or after January 28, 2019 shall be equal to or less than the values shown in Table H-2.
Table H-2 Standards for Commercial Pre-rinse Spray Valves Manufactured On or After January 28, 2019
(C) See section 1605.3(h) of this Article for design standards for commercial pre-rinse spray valves.
(5) Showerheads, lavatory faucets, kitchen faucets, aerators, and public lavatory faucets. See section 1605.3 (h) of this Article for standards for all showerheads, lavatory faucets, kitchen faucets, aerators, and public lavatory faucets sold or offered for sale in California.
(i) Plumbing Fixtures.
See section 1605.3(i) of this Article for water efficiency standards for plumbing fixtures.
(j) Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts and Deep-Dimming Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts.
(1) Fluorescent lamp ballasts (other than dimming ballasts). Except as provided in sections 1605.1(j)(2) and 1605.1(j)(3) of this Article, each fluorescent lamp ballast:
(A) Manufactured on or after November 14, 2014;
(B) Designed and marketed:
1. To operate at nominal input voltages at or between 120 and 277 volts;
2. To operate with an input current frequency of 60 Hertz; and
3. For use in connection with fluorescent lamps (as defined in 10 C.F.R. part 430, section 430.2)
(C) Shall have:
1. A power factor of 0.9 or greater except for ballasts that are not residential ballasts;
2. A power factor of 0.5 or greater for residential ballasts;
3. A ballast luminous efficiency not less than the values shown in Table J-2:
Table J-2 Standards for Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts, Except for Certain Dimming Ballasts Applicable to Models Described in Section 1605.1(j)(1) of this Article
(2) Certain Dimming Ballasts. Except as provided in section 1605.1(j)(3) of this Article, each dimming ballast:
(A) Manufactured on or after November 14, 2014; designed and marketed to operate one F34T12, two F34T12, two F96T12/ES, or two F96T12HO/ES lamps; and
(B) Designed and marketed:
1. To operate at nominal input voltages of 120 or 277 volts;
2. To operate with an input current frequency of 60 Hertz; and
3. For use in connection with fluorescent lamps (as defined in 10 C.F.R. part 430, section 430.2);
(C) Must have a power factor of:
1. 0.9 or greater for ballasts that are not residential ballasts; or
2. 0.5 or greater for residential ballasts; and
(D) A ballast luminous efficiency not less than the values shown in Table J-3:
Table J-3 Standards for Certain Dimming Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts, Ballast Luminous Efficiency Applicable to Models Described in section 1605.1(j)(2) of this Article
EXCEPTIONS to Sections 1605.1(j)(1) and 1605.1(j)(2). The power factor and ballast luminous efficiency standards described in sections 1605.1(j)(1) and 1605.1(j)(2) of this Article do not apply to:
(1) a dimming ballast designed and marketed to operate exclusively lamp types other than one F34T12, two F34T12, two F96T12/ES, or two F96T12HO/ES lamps;
(2) a low frequency ballast that is designed and marketed to operate T8 diameter lamps; is designed and marketed for use in electromagnetic-interference-sensitive-environments only; and is shipped by the manufacturer in packages containing 10 or fewer ballasts; or
(3) a programmed start ballast that operates 4-foot medium bipin T8 lamps and delivers on average less than 140 milliamperes to each lamp.
(3) Mercury Vapor Lamp Ballasts. Mercury vapor lamp ballasts, other than specialty application mercury vapor lamp ballasts, shall not be manufactured or imported into the United States after January 1, 2008.
(k) Lamps.
(1) Federally Regulated General Service Fluorescent Lamps.
Each of the following federally regulated general service fluorescent lamps manufactured on or after the effective dates shown shall meet or exceed the lamp efficacy standards shown in Table K-2.
Table K-2 Standards for Federally Regulated General Service Fluorescent Lamps Manufactured On or After July 15, 2012
(2) Incandescent Reflector Lamps.
(A) The average lamp efficacy of federally regulated incandescent reflector lamps with a rated lamp wattage between 40-205 watts, and manufactured on or after July 15, 2012, and sold before January 1, 2020, shall be not less than the applicable values shown in Table K-3.
EXCEPTION to Section 1605.1(k)(2)(A). The standards specified in Table K-3 shall not apply to the following types of incandescent reflector lamps:
(1) Lamps rated at 50 watts or less that are ER30, BR30, BR40, or ER40;
(2) Lamps rated at 65 watts that are BR30, BR40, or ER40 lamps; or
(3) R20 incandescent reflector lamps rated 45 watts or less.
Table K-3 Standards for Federally Regulated Incandescent Reflector Lamps Manufactured On or After July 15, 2012, and Sold Before January 1, 2020
(B) See sections 1605.1(k)(6) and 1605.3(k)(1)(B) for energy efficiency standards for incandescent reflector lamps that are general service lamps and sold on or after January 1, 2020.
(3) Medium Base Compact Fluorescent Lamps.
(A) A bare lamp or covered lamp (no reflector) medium base compact fluorescent lamp manufactured on or after January 1, 2006, and sold before January 1, 2020, shall meet the requirements set forth in Table K-4.
Table K-4 Standards for Medium Base Compact Fluorescent Lamps Manufactured On or After January 1, 2006, and Sold Before January 1, 2020
(B) See sections 1605.1(k)(6) and 1605.3(k)(1)(B) for energy efficiency standards for compact fluorescent lamps that are general service lamps and sold on or after January 1, 2020.
(4) General Service Incandescent Lamps and Modified Spectrum General Service Incandescent Lamps.
(A) The energy consumption rate of federally regulated general service incandescent lamps and modified spectrum general service incandescent lamps, manufactured on or after the effective dates shown and sold before January 1, 2020, shall be no greater than the maximum rated wattage shown in Tables K-5 and K-6.
1. These standards apply to each lamp that:
a. is intended for a general service or general illumination application (whether incandescent or not);
b. has a medium screw base or any other screw base not defined in ANSI C81.61-2006; and
c. is capable of being operated at a voltage at least partially within the range of 110 to 130 volts
2. Each lamp described in section 1605.1(k)(4)(A)1. of this Article shall have a color rendering index that is greater than or equal to:
a. 80 for nonmodified spectrum lamps; or
b. 75 for modified spectrum lamps.
Table K-5 Standards for Federally Regulated General Service Incandescent Lamps Manufactured On or After the Effective Date Shown Below, and Sold Before January 1, 2020
Rated Lumen
Maximum
Minimum
Effective
Ranges
Rate Wattage
Rate Lifetime
Date
1490-2600
72
1,000 hours
January 1, 2012
1050-1489
53
1,000 hours
January 1, 2013
750-1049
43
1,000 hours
January 1, 2014
310-749
29
1,000 hours
January 1, 2014
Table K-6 Standards for Federally Regulated Modified Spectrum General Service Incandescent Lamps Manufactured On or After the Effective Date Shown Below, and Sold Before January 1, 2020
Rated Lumen
Maximum
Minimum
Effective
Ranges
Rate Wattage
Rate Lifetime
Date
1118-1950
72
1,000 hours
January 1, 2012
788-1117
53
1,000 hours
January 1, 2013
563-787
43
1,000 hours
January 1, 2014
232-562
29
1,000 hours
January 1, 2014
(B) See sections 1605.1(k)(6) and 1605.3(k)(1)(B) for energy efficiency standards for general service incandescent lamps that are general service lamps and sold on or after January 1, 2020.
(5) Candelabra Base Incandescent Lamps and Intermediate Base Incandescent Lamps.
(A) The energy consumption rate of federally regulated candelabra base incandescent lamps and intermediate base incandescent lamps, manufactured on or after January 1, 2012, and sold before January 1, 2020, shall be no greater than the maximum rated wattage shown in Table K-7.
Table K-7 Standards for Federally Regulated Candelabra Base Incandescent Lamps and Intermediate Base Incandescent Lamps Manufactured On or After January 1, 2012, and Sold Before January 1, 2020
Lamp Base Type
Maximum Rated Wattage
Candelabra
60
Intermediate
40
(B) See sections 1605.1(k)(6) and 1605.3(k)(1)(B) for energy efficiency standards for candelabra base incandescent lamps and intermediate base incandescent lamps that are general service lamps and sold on or after January 1, 2020.
(6) General Service Lamps. General service lamps sold on or after January 1, 2020, shall have a minimum lamp efficacy of 45 lumens per watt.
(l) Emergency Lighting and Self-Contained Lighting Controls.
(1) Emergency Lighting. An illuminated exit sign manufactured on or after January 1, 2006 shall have an input power demand of five watts or less per face.
(2) Self-Contained Lighting Controls. See section 1605.3(l) of this Article for energy design standards for self-contained lighting controls.
(m) Traffic Signal Modules.
(1) Traffic Signals for Vehicle and Pedestrian Control. Federally regulated traffic signals for vehicle and pedestrian control manufactured on or after January 1, 2006 shall have a nominal wattage and maximum wattage no greater than the values shown in Table M-1, and shall be installed with compatible electrically connected signal control interface devices and conflict monitoring systems.
Table M-1
Standards for Traffic Signals for Vehicle and Pedestrian Control
Appliance
Maximum Wattage
Nominal Wattage
(at 74oC)
(at 25oC)
Traffic Signal Module Type:
12-inch; Red Ball
17
11
8-inch; Red Ball
13
8
12-inch; Red Arrow
12
9
12-inch; Green Ball
15
15
8-inch; Green Ball
12
12
12-inch; Green Arrow
11
11
Pedestrian Module Type:
Combination Walking Man/Hand
16
13
Walking Man
12
9
Orange Hand
16
13
(2) See section 1605.3(m) of this Article for energy efficiency standards for traffic signal modules for pedestrian control sold or offered for sale in California.
(n) Luminaires and Torchieres.
(1) Torchieres. Torchieres manufactured on or after January 1, 2006 shall consume not more than 190 watts of power and shall not be capable of operating with lamps that total more than 190 watts.
(2) Metal Halide Lamp Fixtures.
(A) See section 1605.3(n) of this Article for energy efficiency standards and energy design standards for luminaires, including standards for metal halide luminaires sold or offered for sale in California that are manufactured on or after January 1, 2010.
(B) Each metal halide lamp fixture, designed to be operated with lamps less than 150 W and greater than 500 W, manufactured on or after February 10, 2017, must contain a metal halide ballast with an efficiency not less than the value determined from the appropriate equation shown in Table N-1.
(C) Metal halide lamp fixtures manufactured on or after February 10, 2017, that operate lamps with rated wattage > 500 W to = 1000 W must not contain a probe-start metal halide ballast.
EXCEPTION to Sections 1605.1(n)(2)(B) and 1605.1(n)(2)(C). The standards described in sections 1605.1(n)(2)(B) and 1605.1(n)(2)(C) of this Article do not apply to metal halide lamp fixtures:
(1) with regulated-lag ballasts;
(2) that use electronic ballasts that operate at 480 volts; and
(3) that use high-frequency electronic ballasts.
(o) Dishwashers.
The maximum energy use and maximum water use of dishwashers that are consumer products manufactured on or after the effective dates shown shall meet the applicable values shown in Table O.
Table O Standards for Dishwashers
(p) Clothes Washers.
(1) Standards for Residential Clothes Washers. Clothes washers that are consumer products manufactured on or after the effective dates shown shall have an integrated modified energy factor not less than, and an integrated water factor not greater than the applicable values shown in Table P-1.
Table P-1 Standards for Residential Clothes Washers Manufactured On or After March 7, 2015
(2) Commercial Clothes Washers. Commercial clothes washers manufactured on or after the effective dates shown shall have a modified energy factor not less than, and a water factor not greater than, the applicable values shown in Table P-2.
Table P-2 Standards for Commercial Clothes Washers
(q) Clothes Dryers.
Energy Efficiency Standards for Vented Electric Clothes Dryers, Ventless Electric Clothes Dryers, and Vented Gas Clothes Dryers. The combined energy factor of vented electric clothes dryers that are consumer products, ventless electric clothes dryers that are consumer products, and vented gas clothes dryers that are consumer products, and that are manufactured on or after January 1, 2015 shall be not less than the applicable values shown in Table Q.
Table Q Standards for Vented Electric Clothes Dryers, Ventless Electric Clothes Dryers, and Vented Gas Clothes Dryers Manufactured On or After January 1, 2015
(r) Cooking Products and Food Service Equipment.
(1) Energy Design Standard for Gas Cooking Products.
(A) Gas Cooking Products Equipped with an Electrical Supply Cord. Gas cooking products that are consumer products and that are equipped with an electrical supply cord shall not be equipped with a constant burning pilot light.
(B) Gas Cooking Products Not Equipped with an Electrical Supply Cord. Gas cooking products that are consumer products manufactured on or after April 9, 2012 and that are not equipped with an electrical supply cord shall not be equipped with a constant burning pilot light.
(2) Microwave Ovens Manufactured On or After June 17, 2016.
Microwave-only ovens, countertop convection microwave ovens, built-in microwave ovens, and over-the-range convection microwave ovens manufactured on or after June 17, 2016 shall not exceed the average standby power rating (watts) shown in Table R-2.
Table R-2 Standards for Microwave Ovens Manufactured On or After June 17, 2016
(3) Hot Food Holding Cabinets. See section 1605.3(r) of this Article for energy efficiency standards for commercial hot food holding cabinets.
(4) Other Cooking Products and Food Service Equipment. There is no energy efficiency standard or energy design standard for other cooking products or for food service equipment.
(s) Electric Motors and Compressors.
(1) Standards for Electric Motors. The standards shown in Tables S-1, S-2, and S-3 of this Article apply only to electric motors, including partial electric motors that satisfy the following criteria:
(A) Are single-speed, induction motors;
(B) Are rated for continuous duty (MG 1) operation or for duty type S1 (IEC);
(C) Contain a squirrel-cage (MG 1) or cage (IEC) rotor;
(D) Operate on polyphase alternating current 60-hertz sinusoidal line power;
(E) Are rated 600 volts or less;
(F) Have a 2-, 4-, 6-, or 8-pole configuration,
(G) Are built in a three-digit or four-digit NEMA frame size (or IEC metric equivalent), including those designs between two consecutive NEMA frame sizes (or IEC metric equivalent), or an enclosed 56 NEMA frame size (or IEC metric equivalent),
(H) Produce at least one horsepower (0.746 kW) but not greater than 500 horsepower (373 kW), and
(I) Meet all of the performance requirements of one of the following motor types: A NEMA Design A, B, or C motor or an IEC Design N or H motor.
(2) NEMA Design A Motors, NEMA Design B Motors, and IEC Design N Motors. Starting on June 1, 2016, each NEMA Design A motor, NEMA Design B motor, and IEC Design N motor that is an electric motor meeting the criteria in section 1605.1(s)(1) of this Article and with a power rating from 1 horsepower through 500 horsepower, but excluding fire pump electric motors, manufactured (alone or as a component of another piece of equipment) shall have a nominal full-load efficiency of not less than the values shown in Table S-1:
Table S-1 Minimum Nominal Full-Load Efficiencies of NEMA Design A, NEMA Design B and IEC Design N Motors (Excluding Fire Pump Electric Motors) at 60 Hz
(3) NEMA Design C motors and IEC Design H motors. Starting on June 1, 2016, each NEMA Design C motor and IEC Design H motor that is an electric motor meeting the criteria in section 1605.1(s)(1) of this Article and with a power rating from 1 horsepower through 200 horsepower manufactured (alone or as a component of another piece of equipment) shall have a nominal full-load efficiency that is not less than the values shown in Table S-2:
Table S-2 Minimum Nominal Full-Load Efficiencies of NEMA Design C and IEC Design H Motors at 60 Hz
(4) Fire Pump Electric Motors. Starting on June 1, 2016, each fire pump electric motor meeting the criteria in section 1605.1(s)(1) of this Article and with a power rating of 1 horsepower through 500 horsepower, manufactured (alone or as a component of another piece of equipment) shall have a nominal full-load efficiency that is not less than the values shown in Table S-3
Table S-3 Minimum Nominal Full-Load Efficiencies of Fire Pump Electric Motors at 60 Hz
EXCEPTION to Sections 1605.1(s)(2), 1605.1(s)(3), and 1605.1(s)(4). The standards in Tables S-1, S-2 or S-3 of this Article do not apply to the following electric motors exempted by the Secretary, or any additional electric motors that the Secretary may exempt:
(A) Air-over electric motors;
(B) Component sets of an electric motor;
(C) Liquid-cooled electric motors;
(D) Submersible electric motors; and
(E) Inverter-only electric motors.
(5) Small Electric Motors. The average full load efficiency of each small open electric motor manufactured (alone or as a component of another piece of non-covered equipment) after March 9, 2015, or in the case of a small electric motor which requires listing or certification by a nationally recognized safety testing laboratory, after March 9, 2017, shall be not less than the values shown in Table S-4:
Table S-4 Standards for Small Electric Motors
(6) Determinations of Efficiency. For purposes of determining the required minimum nominal full load efficiency of an electric motor that has a horsepower or kilowatt rating between two horsepower or two kilowatt ratings shown in Tables S-1, S-2, or S-3, or of determining the required minimum average full load efficiency of a small electric motor that has a horsepower or kilowatt rating between two horsepower or kilowatt ratings shown in Table S-4, each such motor shall be deemed to have a listed horsepower or kilowatt rating determined as follows:
(A) A horsepower at or above the midpoint between the two consecutive horsepower ratings shall be rounded up to the higher of the two horsepower ratings;
(B) A horsepower below the midpoint between the two consecutive horsepower ratings shall be rounded down to the lower of the two horsepower ratings; or
(C) A kilowatt rating shall be directly converted from kilowatts to horsepower using the formula, 1 kilowatt = (1/0.746) horsepower, without calculating beyond three significant decimal places, and the resulting horsepower shall be rounded in accordance with sections 1605.1(s)(6)(A) or 1605.1(s)(6)(B) of this Article, whichever applies.
(7) Compressors. See section 1605.3(s) of this Article for energy efficiency standards for state-regulated compressors.
(t) Distribution Transformers.
(1) Low-Voltage Dry-Type Distribution Transformers. The efficiency of a low-voltage dry-type distribution transformer manufactured on or after January 1, 2016 shall be not less than that required for their kVA rating as shown in Table T-3. Low-voltage dry-type distribution transformers with kVA ratings not appearing in Table T-3 shall have their minimum efficiency determined by linear interpolation of the kVA and efficiency values immediately above and below that kVA rating.
Table T-3 Standards for Low-Voltage Dry-Type Distribution Transformers
(2) Liquid-Immersed Distribution Transformers. The efficiency of a liquid-immersed distribution transformer manufactured on or after January 1, 2016 shall be no less than that required for their kVA rating as shown in Table T-4. Liquid-immersed distribution transformers with kVA ratings not appearing in Table T-4 shall have their minimum efficiency level determined by linear interpolation of the kVA and efficiency values immediately above and below that kVA rating.
Table T-4 Standards for Liquid-Immersed Distribution Transformers
(3) Medium-Voltage Dry-Type Distribution Transformers. The efficiency of a medium-voltage dry-type distribution transformer manufactured on or after January 1, 2016, shall be no less than that required for their kVA and BIL rating in Table T-5. Medium-voltage dry-type distribution transformers with kVA ratings not appearing in Table T-5 shall have their minimum efficiency level determined by linear interpolation of the kVA and efficiency values immediately above and below that kVA rating.
Table T-5 Standards for Medium-Voltage Dry-Type Distribution Transformers Manufactured On or After January 1, 2016
(u) External Power Supplies.
(1) Class A External Power Supplies. Except as provided in subsections 1605.1(u)(4) and 1605.1(u)(7) of this Article, all Class A external power supplies manufactured on or after July 1, 2008 shall meet the standards shown in Table U-1:
Table U-1 Standards for Class A External Power Supplies
(2) Direct Operation External Power Supplies. Except as provided in subsections 1605.1(u)(7) and 1605.1(u)(8) of this Article, all direct operation external power supplies manufactured on or after February 10, 2016, shall meet the standards shown in Table U-2:
Table U-2 Standards for Direct Operation External Power Supplies
(3) All External Power Supplies Manufactured On or After February 10, 2016. Except as provided in subsections 1605.1(u)(7) and 1605.1(u)(8) of this Article, all direct operation external power supplies manufactured on or after February 10, 2016, shall meet the standards shown in Table U-3:
Table U-3 Standards for All External Power Supplies Manufactured On or After February 10, 2016
(4) Exclusions. A basic model of external power supply is not subject to the energy conservation standards of section 1605.1(u)(2) of this Article if the external power supply:
(A) Is manufactured during the period beginning on February 10, 2016, and ending on February 10, 2020;
(B) Is marked in accordance with the External Power Supply International Efficiency Marking Protocol, as in effect on February 10, 2016;
(C) Meets, where applicable, the standards under section 1605.1(u)(1) of this Article, and has been certified to the Secretary as meeting those standards; and
(D) Is made available by the manufacturer only as a service part or a spare part for an end-use product that:
1. constitutes the primary load; and
2. was manufactured before February 10, 2016.
(5) End Use Product Exclusion. The standards described in sections 1605.1(u)(1), 1605.1(u)(2), and 1605.1(u)(3) of this Article shall not constitute an energy conservation standard for the separate end-use product to which the external power supply is connected.
(6) Non-application of no-load mode requirements. The no-load mode energy efficiency standards established in sections 1605.1(u)(1), 1605.1(u)(2), and 1605.1(u)(3) of this Article shall not apply to an external power supply manufactured before July 1, 2017, that:
(A) Is an AC-to-AC external power supply;
(B) Has a nameplate output of 20 watts or more;
(C) Is certified to the Secretary as being designed to be connected to a security or life safety alarm or surveillance system component; and
(D) On establishment within the External Power Supply International Efficiency Marking Protocol, as referenced in the “Energy Star Program Requirements for Single Voltage External Ac-Dc and Ac-Ac Power Supplies” (incorporated by reference in 10 C.F.R. section 430.3), published by the Environmental Protection Agency, of a distinguishing mark for products described in this clause, is permanently marked with the distinguishing mark.
(7) FDA Listing. An external power supply shall not be subject to the standards in sections 1605.1(u)(1), 1605.1(u)(2), and 1605.1(u)(3) of this Article if it is a device that requires Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) listing and approval as a medical device in accordance with section 513 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (21 U.S.C. 360(c)).
(8) Exclusion of Battery Chargers Used in a Product that is Fully or Primarily Motor Operated. A direct operation, AC-DC external power supply with nameplate output voltage less than 3 volts and nameplate output current greater than or equal to 1,000 milliamps that charges the battery of a product that is fully or primarily motor operated shall not be subject to the standards in section 1605.1(u)(2) of this Article.
(v) Computers, Computer Monitors, Televisions, Signage Displays, and Consumer Audio and Video Equipment.
See section 1605.3(v) of this Article for energy efficiency standards for computers, computer monitors, televisions, signage displays, and consumer audio and video equipment.
(w) Battery Chargers and Battery Charger Systems.
(1) Federally Regulated Battery Chargers Manufactured on or after June 13, 2018. Federally regulated battery chargers manufactured on or after June 13, 2018 must have a unit energy consumption (UEC) less than or equal to the prescribed “Maximum UEC” standard when using the equations for the appropriate product class and corresponding rated battery energy as shown in Table W-1:
Table W-1 Standards for Federally Regulated Battery Chargers Manufactured on or after June 13, 2018
Exception to Battery Charger Standards in section 1605.1(w)(1) of this Article. A battery charger shall not be subject to the standards in section 1605.1(w)(1) of this Article if it is a device that requires Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) listing and approval as a life-sustaining or life-supporting device in accordance with section 513 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (21 U.S.C. 360(c)).
(2) See section 1605.3(w) of this Article for energy efficiency standards for battery charger systems.
(x) Landscape Irrigation Equipment.
See section 1605.3(x) for water efficiency standards for landscape irrigation equipment.
The following documents are incorporated by reference in section 1605.1.
FEDERAL STATUTES AND REGULATIONS
C.F.R., Title 10, section 429.39(a)
C.F.R., Title 10, section 429.44
C.F.R., Title 10, section 429.59
C.F.R., Title 10, part 430, subpart B, appendix AA
C.F.R., Title 10, part 430.2
C.F.R., Title 10, part 430.3
C.F.R., Title 10, sections 430.23(a)
(Appendix A to subpart B of part 430)
C.F.R., Title 10, sections 430.23(b)
(Appendix B to subpart B of part 430)
C.F.R., Title 10, section 430.32(c)
C.F.R., Title 10, section 430.32(d)
C.F.R., Title 10, section 430.32(w)(1)
C.F.R., Title 10, sections 431.63
C.F.R., Title 10, sections 431.66(d)(2)(i) through (iii)
C.F.R., Title 10, section 431.110
C.F.R., Title 10, section 431.324
C.F.R., Title 10, section 431.326(b)(3)
C.F.R., Title 10, section 431.462
C.F.R., Title 10, part 431, subpart K, Appendix A
C.F.R., Title 10, section 431.465(c)(6)
C.F.R., Title 10, part 431, subpart Y, Appendix A, Section II.B
C.F.R., Title 10, part 50, “Domestic Licensing of Production and Utilization Facilities”
Copies available from:
Superintendent of Documents
U.S. Government Printing Office
Washington, DC 20402
www.ecfr.gov
UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (EPA)
EPA “External Power Supply
International Efficiency Marking
Protocol”
Copies available from:
US EPA
Climate Protection Partnership
ENERGY STAR Programs Hotline &
Distribution
(MS- 6202 J)
1200 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC 20460
www.energystar.gov
AIR-CONDITIONING, HEATING, AND REFRIGERATION INSTITUTE (AHRI)
AHRI 1200-2006
Performance Rating of Commercial
Refrigerated Display Merchandisers and
Storage Cabinets
Copies available from:
Air-Conditioning, Heating and
Refrigeration Institute (AHRI)
2111 Wilson Blvd, Suite 500
Arlington, VA 22201
Phone: (703) 524-8800
FAX: (703) 562-1942
http://www.ahrinet.org
AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE (ANSI)
ANSI C78.5
Standard for Electric Lamps -
Specifications for Performance of
Self-Ballasted Compact Fluorescent
Lamps
Copies available from:
American National Standards
Institute
1819 L Street, NW, 6th Floor
Washington, DC 20036
www.ansi.org
Phone: (202) 293-8020
FAX: (202) 293-9287
ILLUMINATING ENGINGEERING SOCIETY (IES)
IES LM-65
Life Testing of Compact Fluorescent
Lamps
Copies available from:
Illuminating Engineering Society
120 Wall Street, 17th Floor
New York, NY 10005-4001
www.ies.org
Phone: (212) 248-5000
FAX: (212) 248-5017/18
NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE (NEC)
NFPA 70 (2002)
National Electrical Code section 410.4(A)
Copies available from:
National Fire Protection Association
1 Batterymarch Park
Quincy, MA 02169-7471
www.nfpa.org
Phone: (617) 770-3000
FAX: (617) 770-0700
NATIONAL ELECTRIC MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION (NEMA)
NEMA Standard TP-1-2002,
Guide for Determining Energy Efficiency of
Table 4-2
Distribution Transformers
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UNDERWRITERS LABS (UL)
UL 1029-2001
Standard for High-Intensity-Discharge
Lamp Ballasts
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Note: Authority cited: Sections 25213, 25218(e), 25401.9, 25402(a)-25402(c) and 25960, Public Resources Code; and Sections 16, 26 and 30, Governor's Exec. Order No. B-29-15 (April 1, 2015). Reference: Sections 25216.5(d), 25401.9, 25402(a)-25402(c) and 25960, Public Resources Code; and Section 16, Governor's Exec. Order No. B-29-15 (April 1, 2015).
HISTORY
1. New section filed 10-28-2002; operative 11-27-2002 (Register 2002, No. 44).
2. Amendment of subsection (c)(1) Table C-2 filed 4-1-2003 as an emergency; operative 4-1-2003 (Register 2003, No. 14). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 7-30-2003 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
3. Certificate of Compliance as to 4-1-2003 order transmitted to OAL 7-8-2003 and filed 8-19-2003 (Register 2003, No. 34).
4. Amendment of subsection (p)(1), new subsection (p)(4) and subsection renumbering filed 7-29-2004; operative 8-28-2004 (Register 2004, No. 31).
5. Amendment filed 3-16-2005; operative 4-15-2005 (Register 2005, No. 11).
6. Repealer of subsection (c)(2), subsection renumbering, amendment of subsection (f)(1), repealer of Table F-2, renumbering of tables, including amendment of newly designated Table F-2 and F-3 headings, and amendment of subsections (f)(2), (k)-(k)(3) and (u) and list of incorporated documents filed 12-30-2005; operative 1-1-2006 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2005, No. 52).
7. Amendment of Note filed 12-14-2006; operative 12-14-2006 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2006, No. 50).
8. Amendment filed 7-10-2009; operative 8-9-2009 (Register 2009, No. 28).
9. Amendment of subsection (l) and new subsections (l)(1)-(2) filed 10-26-2012; operative 1-1-2013 (Register 2012, No. 43).
10. Amendment filed 4-22-2014; operative 7-1-2014 (Register 2014, No. 17).
11. Amendment of subsection (h)(1) (including amendment of Table H-1), new subsection (h)(5), amendment of subsection (i) (including repealer of Table I) and amendment of Note filed with the Secretary of State by the Office of Administrative Law on 5-15-2015. Submitted to OAL for printing only pursuant to Governor's Executive Order No. B-29-15 (4-1-2015); operative 5-15-2015 (Register 2015, No. 20).
12. Amendment of subsections (h)(1) and (h)(5) and list of incorporated documents filed 8-20-2015; operative 8-20-2015 pursuant to Governor's Executive Order No. B-29-15, directive 30 (4-1-2015) (Register 2015, No. 34).
13. Amendment of subsections (a)(1), (a)(2)(A) and (a)(3), new subsections (a)(3)(A)-(C), amendment of subsection (a)(4)(C), new subsections (a)(4)(C)(i)-(ii), amendment of subsection (a)(6), repealer of subsection (b)(2)(A), subsection relettering, amendment of newly designated subsection (b)(2)(A) and subsections (c)(1)-(c)(1)(A), new subsection (c)(4), amendment of subsections (e)(1), (f)(2), (j) and (k)(2)(A)2.b.-c., new subsection (k)(2)(A)2.d., repealer and new subsections (n)(2)-(n)(3), amendment of subsections (p)(3) and (r)(2), new subsections (u)(1)(D)-(u)(1)(D)2. and amendment of subsection (w) filed 6-30-2016; operative 7-1-2016 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2016, No. 27).
14. Amendment of subsections within subsection (k), including renumbering of tables K-1 through K-8 to K-2 through K-9, filed 11-1-2016; operative 1-1-2017 (Register 2016, No. 45).
15. Amendment of subsection (v) filed 8-22-2017; operative 10-1-2017 (Register 2017, No. 34).
16. Amendment filed 9-26-2018; operative 10-1-2019 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2018, No. 39).
17. Editorial correction of subsections (a)(2)(C)2. and (c)(1)(A), Table O and subsection (w)(1) (Register 2018, No. 45).
18. Editorial correction of Table E-3 (Register 2018, No. 48).
19. Change without regulatory effect amending subsections (d)(4)-(d)(4)(A), Table F-4, subsections (g)(6)(C) and (j)(2)(D)2. and heading for Table K-3 filed 3-18-2019 pursuant to section 100, title 1, California Code of Regulations (Register 2019, No. 12).
20. New subsection (d)(5), subsection renumbering and amendment of newly designated subsection (d)(6) filed 3-18-2019; operative 3-18-2019 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2019, No. 12).
21. Amendment of subsection (s)(7) filed 6-10-2019; operative 6-10-2019 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2019, No. 24).
22. Change without regulatory effect amending Table C-3 filed 7-24-2019 pursuant to section 100, title 1, California Code of Regulations (Register 2019, No. 30).
23. New subsection (x) and amendment of Note filed 10-7-2019; operative 10-1-2020 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(2) and Public Resources Code section 25402(c)(1) (Register 2019, No. 41).
24. Change without regulatory effect amending subsection (g)(6)(B)2. filed 12-12-2019 pursuant to section 100, title 1, California Code of Regulations (Register 2019, No. 50).
25. Amendment of subsections and tables within subsection (k) filed 12-24-2019; operative 1-1-2020 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2019, No. 52).
This database is current through 2/7/20 Register 2020, No. 6
20 CCR § 1605.1, 20 CA ADC § 1605.1
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