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§ 1606. Filing by Manufacturers; Listing of Appliances in the MAEDbS.

20 CA ADC § 1606Barclays Official California Code of Regulations

Barclays California Code of Regulations
Title 20. Public Utilities and Energy
Division 2. State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission (Refs & Annos)
Chapter 4. Energy Conservation
Article 4. Appliance Efficiency Regulations
20 CCR § 1606
§ 1606. Filing by Manufacturers; Listing of Appliances in the MAEDbS.
(a) Filing of Statements.
Each manufacturer shall electronically file with the Executive Director through the MAEDbS a statement for each appliance that is sold or offered for sale in California. The statement shall contain all of the information described in paragraphs (2) through (4) of this subsection and shall meet all of the requirements of paragraph (1) of this subsection and all other applicable requirements in this Article.
The effective dates of this section shall be the same as the effective dates shown in section 1605.1, 1605.2 or 1605.3 of this Article for appliances for which there is an energy efficiency, energy consumption, energy design, water efficiency, water consumption, or water design standard in section 1605.1, 1605.2, or 1605.3 of this Article. For appliances with no energy efficiency, energy consumption, energy design, water efficiency, water consumption, or water design standard in section 1605.1, 1605.2, or 1605.3 of this Article, the effective date of this section shall be one year after they are added to section 1601 of this Article, unless a different effective date is specified.
Exceptions to Section 1606(a) of this Article: Section 1606(a) of this Article is not applicable to:
1. external power supplies,
2. small electric motors,
3. à la carte chargers meeting the Exception noted in section 1605.3(w)(2) of this Article, or
4. general service lamps.
(1) General Rules.
(A) Format and Categories. Each statement shall be in a format (including but not limited to computer formats) and in categories specified by the Executive Director.
(B) When Different Statements are Required. The Executive Director may establish, modify, and enforce schedules for the submittal of statements where it is reasonably necessary for orderly processing of submittals, for example when manufacturers or third parties often submit many statements simultaneously.
(C) Asterisks in Model Numbers. In filing any statement, the manufacturer may use asterisks as a substitute for letters, numbers, blanks, or other characters in the model number, provided that an asterisk (i) shall be used only for a part of the model number that does not indicate energy consumption, energy efficiency, water consumption, or water efficiency, or a design or feature affecting such efficiency or consumption; (ii) shall represent a single letter, number, blank, or other character at the asterisk's location in the model number; and (iii) shall not be used for any of the first four letters, numbers, blanks, or other characters in the model number.
(D) Different Functions. Except as provided in section 1606(a)(1)(G) of this Article, if the same appliance is sold or offered for sale as more than one type of appliance shown in Table X (for example, if the appliance can serve both water heating and pool heating functions), the manufacturer shall submit a separate statement for each model of that appliance type. Each appliance type for which a statement is submitted must match all the common identifiers shown in Table X.
(E) Multiple Statements. A manufacturer may electronically file statements through the MAEDbS for more than one appliance in a single submittal to the Executive Director. If a submittal contains statements for more than one appliance, there shall be only one statement for each appliance, except as provided in sections 1606(a)(1)(D) and 1606(a)(1)(G) of this Article. The Executive Director shall allow multiple statements to be submitted in the same electronic file under conditions they determine are reasonably necessary to ensure accuracy and compatibility with the MAEDbS.
(F) Split System Central Air Conditioners. The statement for split system air conditioners shall be for the combination of the compressor-containing unit and the non-compressor-containing unit tested under section 1604(c) of this Article.
(G) Combination Space-Heating and Water-Heating Appliances. Manufacturers of combination space-heating and water-heating appliances shall file two statements for each such appliance. The first statement shall contain the information listed in Table X for combination space-heating and water-heating appliances, and all other information shown in Table X for “all appliances;” and the second statement shall contain the information listed in Table X for the primary function of the appliance according to the determination required by sections 1605(e) and 1605(f) of this Article, and containing all other information shown in Table X for “all appliances.” Each appliance type for which a statement is submitted must match all the common identifiers shown in Table X.
(H) Portable Air Conditioners. A manufacturer shall file two statements for a single model of portable air conditioner if the model is sold or offered for sale in California with both single-duct and dual-duct configuration options. One statement shall be for the single-duct configuration, and the other statement shall be for the dual-duct configuration.
(2) Manufacturer Information.
(A) The name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, and, if available, fax number and URL (web site) address of the manufacturer; provided, however, that if a parent entity is filing on behalf of a subsidiary entity, if a subsidiary entity is filing on behalf of a parent entity, or if an affiliate entity is filing on behalf of an affiliate entity, then each entity shall be clearly identified and the information shall be provided for both entities.
(B) The name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, and, if available, fax number of the individual to contact concerning the statement pursuant to section 1606(a)(4) of this Article. There shall be only one individual to contact for each category (box) in the “Appliance” column of Table X, except that the individual may, during their absence, delegate their duties in this regard.
(C) The name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, and, if available, fax number of the person signing the declaration pursuant to section 1606(a)(4) of this Article.
(3) Testing and Performance Information.
(A) A statement that the appliance has been tested in accordance with all applicable requirements of sections 1603 and 1604 of this Article. If section 1604 of this Article provides more than one test method that may be used, the manufacturer shall identify which method was used.
Exception to Section 1606(a)(3)(A) of this Article:
For state-regulated compressors, the manufacturer shall submit a statement that the appliance has been tested in accordance with all applicable requirements of sections 1603 and 1604 of this Article, or that the appliance has been rated according to an alternative efficiency determination method (AEDM) in accordance with all applicable requirements of section 1604(s) of this Article.
EXCEPTION 2. to Section 1606(a)(3)(A) of this Article:
For integral cartridge-filter pool pumps and integral sand-filter pool pumps manufactured on or after July 19, 2021, in lieu of the statement required in section 1606(a)(3)(A) of this Article, a statement that the appliance meets the energy design requirements of sections 1605.1(g)(7)(C) and 1605.1(g)(7)(D) of this Article.
EXCEPTION 3 to section 1606(a)(3)(A) of this Article:
For residential pool pump and motor combinations and residential replacement pool pump motors, in lieu of the statement required in section 1606(a)(3)(A) of this Article, a statement that the appliance meets the design requirements of section 1605.3(g)(5)(A) and 1605.3(g)(5)(B) of this Article.
(B) The name and address and, if available, telephone number, fax number, URL (web site) address, and e-mail address of the laboratory or other institution where the testing required by sections 1603 and 1604 of this Article was performed.
(C) The applicable information listed in Table X; provided, however, that submittal of information marked with “1” is voluntary for federally regulated appliances, and that submittal of information marked with “2” is voluntary for state-regulated appliances. Where there is text in the “Permissible Answers” column, the information provided must be one of the answers shown. If the text in the “Permissible Answers” column states “other (specify),” the information provided must be a specific response for the “Required Information” category (e.g., a response of “other” is not acceptable).
Exception 1. to Section 1606(a)(3)(C) of this Article:
If an appliance has an alternative test procedure pursuant to section 1603(c)(1) of this Article, or an alternative assessment method specified pursuant to section 1603(c)(2)(A) of this Article, then the statement shall include:
(1) the following information from Table X: Manufacturer's Name, Brand Name, Model Number, and Regulatory Status; and
(2) all information from Table X that is applicable to the appliance and that is produced during the alternative test procedure or the alternative assessment method; and
(3) all other energy performance information produced during the alternative test procedure or the alternative assessment method.
Exception 2. to Section 1606(a)(3)(C) of this Article:
If the Executive Director has specified that there is no test method for an appliance pursuant to section 1603(c)(2)(B) of this Article, then the statement shall include the following information from Table X: Manufacturer's Name, Brand Name, Model Number, and Regulatory Status.
Exception 3. to Section 1606(a)(3)(C) of this Article:
Manufacturers of state-regulated LED lamps and LED versions of state-regulated small-diameter directional lamps may certify estimated values for rated lifetime until testing per section 1604 of this Article is complete. When reporting estimated values, the certification report shall describe the prediction method, which must be generally representative of the methods specified in 10 C.F.R. Appendix BB to subpart B of part 430, “Uniform Test Method for Measuring the Input Power, Lumen Output, Lamp Efficacy, Correlated Color Temperature (CCT), Color Rendering Index (CRI), Power Factor, Time to Failure, and Standby Mode Power of Integrated Light-Emitting Diode (LED) Lamps.” Manufacturers shall maintain records of the development of all estimated values and any associated initial test data. Manufacturers shall update the certification in the MAEDbS upon completion of the required test procedures for rated lifetime.
(D) How Tested Data Must Be Reported.
1. For any numerical value required by Table X that is produced by a test specified in section 1604 of this Article, the reported value shall be no higher for the value for which the consumer would prefer a high number, and no lower for the value for which the consumer would prefer a low number, than the values obtained by testing; unless different specific instructions are specified in the test method specified in section 1604 of this Article.
2. For any numerical value required by Table X that is produced by calculation from measured numerical test results, the reported value shall be no higher for the values where the consumer would prefer a high number than the exact result of the calculation, and no lower than the exact result of the calculation where the consumer would prefer a low number, than the values obtained by calculating, unless different specific instructions are specified in the test method specified in section 1604 of this Article.
3. Manufacturers may report:
a. numbers higher than tested values, where the consumer would, all other things being equal, prefer lower values (or is indifferent); and
b. numbers lower than tested values, where the consumer would, all other things being equal, prefer higher values (or is indifferent). Example: An air conditioner is tested using the appropriate test method specified in section 1604 of this Article, and the test method does not include specific instructions about the precision of reporting.
• Cooling capacity is measured as: 36,014 Btu per hour.
• For cooling capacity, consumers prefer higher values.
• The manufacturer may not report any value over 36,014 Btu per hour.
• The manufacturer chooses to report 36,000 Btu per hour.
• Electrical energy use is measured at 3,487 watts.
• For electrical energy use, consumers prefer lower values.
• The manufacturer may not report any value under 3,487 watts.
• The manufacturer chooses to report 3,500 watts.
• Using the data the manufacturer chooses to report, EER = 36,000/3,500 = 10.285714.
• For EER, consumers prefer higher values.
• The manufacturer may not report any value of EER over 10.285714 (if EER is reported with only one decimal place, the maximum value would be 10.2).
• The manufacturer chooses to report EER = 10.2 Btu per watt hour.
• If the manufacturer had chosen to report the cooling capacity as 36,014 Btu per hour, and the electrical energy use as 3,487 watts, the calculated EER would have been 36,014/3,487 = 10.328076. In this case the manufacturer could not report any value of EER over 10.328076 (if EER is reported with only one decimal place, the maximum value would be 10.3).
Table X
Data Submittal Requirements
Appliance
Required Information
Permissible Answers
All Appliances
* Manufacturer's Name
* Brand Name
* Model Number
Date model to be displayed
Regulatory Status
Federally-regulated consumer product, federally-regulated commercial and industrial equipment, non-federally-regulated
A
Non-Commercial
Refrigerators, Non-Commercial Refrigerator-Freezers, Non-Commercial Freezers
*Product Class
Category in Table A-2 or Table A-3 (specify)
Access1,2
Door, drawer, both door and drawer
Kitchen Unit1,2
True, False
Refrigerator Volume
Freezer Volume
Total Volume
Adjusted Total Volume
Height
Width
Depth
Annual Energy Use (low)
Annual Energy Use (high)
Annual Energy Use (mean)
Anti-sweat Heater Switch
True, False
Refrigerant Type1,2
Ozone-depleting, non-ozone-depleting
Insulation Type1,2
Ozone-depleting, non-ozone-depleting
Self-contained Commercial Refrigerators with or without doors, Self-contained Commercial Refrigerator-Freezers with or without doors, Self-contained Commercial Freezers with or without doors, Self-contained
*Cabinet Style
Ice cream cabinet; milk or beverage cabinet; milk, beverage, or ice cream cabinet; undercounter cabinet; other reach-in cabinet; pass-through cabinet; roll-in or roll-through cabinet; preparation table; buffet table; wedge case; work top table
Commercial Refrigerators specifically designed for display and sale of bottled or canned beverages with or without doors, Remote Condensing Commercial Refrigerators, Remote Condensing Commercial Freezers, Commercial
*Defrost System
Automatic, manual, partial-automatic
Ice Cream Freezers (Note: units with multiple compartments must certify data for each compartment)
*Type
Ice-cream application, low-temperature application, medium-temperature application, pull-down application
Total Compartments (for hybrid models and refrigerator-freezers)
Equipment Family
Vertical open, semivertical open, horizontal open, vertical closed transparent, horizontal closed transparent, vertical closed solid, horizontal closed solid, service over counter
Condensing Unit Configuration
Remote, self-contained
Multiple Compartments Product Code
Total Display Area (TDA)
Total Volume
Height
Width
Depth
Anti-condensate Energy Consumption (AEC) (for hybrid models and refrigerator-freezers)
Condensate Evaporator Pan Energy Consumption (PEC) (for hybrid models and refrigerator-freezers)
Defrost Energy Consumption (DEC) (for hybrid models and refrigerator-freezers)
Fan Energy Consumption (FEC) (for hybrid models and refrigerator-freezers)
Compressor Energy Consumption (CEC) (for hybrid models and refrigerator-freezers)
Lighting Energy Consumption (LEC) (for hybrid models and refrigerator-freezers)
Other Energy Consumption (OEC) (for hybrid models and refrigerator-freezers)
Daily Energy Consumption
Calculated Daily Energy Consumption (CDEC)
Total Daily Energy Consumption (TDEC)
Refrigerant Type
Ozone-depleting, non-ozone-depleting
Insulation Type
Ozone-depleting, non-ozone-depleting
Automatic Commercial Ice-Makers
*Equipment Type
Ice-making head, remote-condensing, self-contained, both remote-condensing and remote-compressor
*Cooling Type
Air, water
Ice Maker Process Type
Batch, continuous, cube, other (specify)
Harvest Rate
Energy Consumption
Water Consumption
Ice Hardness Adjustment Factor (for continuous type models)
Water Dispensers
*Type
Bottle type; Bottle type with compartment,; Pressure type, bubbler; Pressure type with compartment, bubbler; Pressure type, faucet; Pressure type with compartment, faucet, Point-of-Use
*Condenser Cooling Medium
Air-cooled; Water cooled
*Style
Free-standing; Flush-to-Wall; Wall Hung; Wall Hung semi-recessed; Remote; Recessed
*Refrigerated Compartment
Temperatures delivered
Cold only, cook (ambient) and cold, hot and cold
Cooling Capacity (gallons/hour)
Heating Capacity (6-oz. cup per hour)
Standby Energy Consumption (kWH/day)
Walk-in Coolers, and Walk-in Freezers: Doors
Door Type
Passage door (medium temperature), passage door (low temperature), freight door (medium temperature), freight door (low temperature), display door (medium temperature), display door (low temperature)
Door surface area (ft2)
Transparent reach-in?
Door, window, both
Glass Type of Doors and Door Windows (if applicable)
1″ triple pane insulated, 1″ triple pane tempered, 2-pane Low-E Gas Fill, 3-pane gas fill, 3-pane heat reflective, 3-pane Low-E gas fill, 3-pane reflective gas fill, 3-pane heated, 3-pane unheated, none
Anti-sweat heater power draw (W per ft2 of door opening) (if applicable)
Door insulation R-value (if applicable)
All applicable design standards incorporated?
True, False
Daily energy consumption (kWh/day)
Equipped with a timer, control system, or other demand-based control reducing lighting power and/or heater wire and/or other electricity-consuming device?
Lighting, heater wire, other electricity-consuming device, lighting + heater wire, lighting + other electricity-consuming device, heater wire + other electricity-consuming device, all, none
Total rated lighting power (W) (if applicable)
Total rated heater wire power (W) (if applicable)
Total rated other electricity-consuming device power (W) (if applicable)
Walk-in Coolers, and Walk-in Freezers: Panels
Panel Type
Wall panels for walk-in coolers, ceiling panels for walk-in coolers, wall panels for walk-in freezers, ceiling panels for walk-in freezers, floor panels for walk-in freezers
R-value of wall insulation (if applicable)
R-value of ceiling insulation (if applicable)
R-value of floor insulation (if applicable)
Walk-in Coolers, and Walk-in Freezers: Refrigeration Systems
Refrigeration System Type
Dedicated condensing system medium temperature indoor; dedicated condensing system medium temperature outdoor; dedicated condensing system low temperature indoor; dedicated condensing system low temperature outdoor; unit cooler medium temperature, unit cooler low temperature
Is outdoor dedicated condensing system also certified (for indoor dedicated condensing systems only)?
True, False
Model number for outdoor dedicated condensing system (only applicable for indoor dedicated condensing systems where outdoor dedicated condensing system is also certified)
Refrigeration system net capacity (BTU/hr) (if applicable)
Evaporator fan motor horsepower (if applicable)
Condenser fan motor horsepower (if applicable)
All applicable design requirements incorporated?
True, False
Process cooling refrigeration system?
True, False
Annual Walk-in Energy Factor (AWEF)
Configuration tested for certification (if applicable)
Condensing unit only, unit cooler only, single package dedicated system, matched pair
Refrigerated Bottled or Canned Beverage Vending Machines
Equipment Class (reporting of Combination A or Combination B for models manufactured on or after January 8, 2019)
Class A, Class B, Combination A, Combination B
Door Type
Glass front, closed front
Machine use designation
Indoor, indoor/outdoor
Maximum Daily Energy Consumption at 75° F. Ambient Temperature
Standard Vendible Capacity
Low Power State - lighting
True, False
Low Power State - refrigeration
True, False
Low Power State - whole machine
True, False
On-Site Adjustable by Operator or Owner
True, False
Refrigerant Type
Ozone-depleting, non-ozone-depleting
Insulation Type
Ozone-depleting, non-ozone-depleting
Internal volume
Miscellaneous Refrigeration Products
Product Class Variable Defrost Control Least Time Between Defrosts (hours) (when “Variable Defrost Control” = True)
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 True, False
Max Time Between Defrosts (hours) (when “Variable Defrost Control” = True)
Variable Anti-Sweat Heater Control Heater Watts at 5%, 15%, 25%, 35%, 45%, 55%, 65%, 75%, 85%, and 95% humidity (watts) (when “Variable Anti-Sweat Heater Control” = True)
True, False
Testing Conducted with Modifications to Standard Temperature Sensor Locations Total Refrigerated Volume (ft3) Total Adjusted Volume (ft3) Annual Energy use (kWh/year)
True, False
B
Room Air Conditioners and Room
*Voltage
Air-Conditioning Heat Pumps
*Electrical Phase
1, 3
*Type
Room air conditioner, room air conditioning heat pump, casement-only room air conditioner, casement-slider room air conditioner.
*Louvered Sides
True, False
Cooling Capacity at 95° F
Electrical Input at 95° F
Combined Energy Efficiency Ratio at 95° F
Standby and Off Mode Annual Energy Consumption
Heating Capability
Heat pump, electric resistance heating, heat pump and electric resistance heating, no heating capability
Refrigerant Type1
Ozone-depleting, non-ozone-depleting
Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners and Packaged Terminal Heat Pumps
*Voltage
*Electrical Phase
1, 3
*Type
PTAC, PTHP
Size
Standard, non-standard
Cooling Capacity at 95° F
Electrical Input at 95° F
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) at 95° F
Heating Capability
Heat pump, electric resistance heating, heat pump and electric resistance heating, no heating capability
Heating Capacity (for models with heating capability only)
Electrical Input (for models with heating capability only)
Coefficient of Performance (for models with heating capability only)
Refrigerant Type1
Ozone-depleting, non-ozone-depleting
Compressor Power1
C
Air Filters manufactured on or after April 1, 2019
Air filter sizes tested
Small, medium, and large
Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value (MERV) (reportable for models tested to ASHRAE 52.2-2012 only)
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, N/A
Particle Size Efficiency for 0.3 to 1.0 μm particle size
Particle Size Efficiency for 1.0 to 3.0 μm particle size
Particle Size Efficiency for 3.0 to 10.0 μm particle size
Test Procedure used to determine air filter efficiency performance
AHRI 680-2009, or ASHRAE 52.2-2012
Air Filter Length
Air Filter Width
Air Filter Depth
Air Filter Face Area
Face Velocity Utilized for the test procedure
Value in feet per minute
Airflow Rate value 1
Airflow Rate value 2
Airflow Rate value 3
Airflow Rate value 4
Airflow Rate value 5-Maximum Rated Airflow Rate
Initial Resistance at air flow rate value 1
Test results to one-hundredths of an Inch of Water Column
Initial Resistance at air flow rate value 2
Test results to one hundredths of an Inch of Water Column
Initial Resistance at air flow rate value 3
Test results to one-hundredths of an Inch of Water Column
Initial Resistance at air flow rate value 4
Test results to one-hundredths of an Inch of Water Column
Initial Resistance at air flow rate value 5
Test results to one-hundredths of an Inch of Water Column
Final Resistance at the point where test is terminated and results determined
Test results to one-hundredths of an Inch of Water Column
Dust Holding Capacity at the maximum rated airflow rate as published by the manufacturer
Test results in multiples of one gram
Airflow Rate value determined at an Initial Resistance of 0.1 Inch of Water Column
All Central Air Conditioners and Central Air-Conditioning Heat Pumps
*Coil Model Number with which Compressor was Tested (for split systems only)
*Type
Air conditioner, heat pump (heating and cooling), heat pump (heating only), heat pump (cooling only)
*Energy Source for Cooling
Electricity, natural gas
*Energy Source for Heating
Gas, oil, electric heat pump, electric resistance, heat pump and electric resistance, none
*AHRI Classification
*Voltage
*Electrical Phase
1, 3
Variable Refrigerant Flow
True, False
Heat Recovery (For Variable Refrigerant Flow models only)
Vertical Air Conditioner (for single package models only) (required on or after January 1, 2010)
True, False
Refrigerant Type1,2
Ozone-depleting, non-ozone-depleting
Thermostatic Expansion Valve (for air-source or air-cooled models only)
True, False
Compressor Motor Design
Single-speed, dual-speed, multiple-speed, variable-speed
Air-Cooled, Single Package CAC <65,000 Btu/hour and
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER)3
Cooling Capacity at 82° F3
Electrical Input at 82° F3
Degradation Coefficient at 82° F3
Cooling Capacity at 95° F
Air-Cooled, Split System CAC <65,000
Electrical Input at 95° F
Btu/hour
Energy Efficiency Rate (EER) at 95° F
Average Off Mode Power Consumption (Watts)
Space-constrained Product
Space-constrained; variable speed mini-split; small duct, high velocity; not space-constrained
Air-Source, Single Package Heat Pumps <65,000 Btu/hour and
Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER)
Cooling Capacity at 82° F3
Electrical Input at 82° F3
Degradation Coefficient at 82° F3
Cooling Capacity at 95° F
Air-Source Split System Heat Pumps <65,000 Btu/hour
Electrical Input at 95° F
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) at 95° F
Average Off Mode Power Consumption (Watts) (for models manufactured on or after January 1, 2015 only)
Heating Seasonal Performance Factor (HSPF)3
Heating Capacity
Electrical Input
Coefficient of Performance (COP) at 47° F (single package vertical heat pumps only)
Space-constrained Product
Space-constrained; variable speed mini-split; small duct, high velocity; not space-constrained
Air-Cooled,
Single Package
Cooling Capacity at 95° F
CAC ≥ 65,000
and < 760,000
Btu/hour and
Electrical Input at 95° F
Air-Cooled Split System CAC ≥ 65,000 and < 760,000 Btu/hour
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) at 95° F (effective for models manufactured before January 1, 2018)
Integrated Energy Eficiency Ratio (IEER) (effective for models manufactured on or after January 1, 2018)
Integrated Part Load Value (IPLV) If Applicable
Heating System Type1,2
Gas, oil, electric resistance, none
Air-Source,
Single Package Heat
Cooling Capacity at 95° F
Pumps ≥ 65,000 Btu/hour and <760,000 Btu/hour; and
Electrical Input at 95° F
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) at 95° F (effective for models manufactured before January 1, 2018)
Air-Source, Split-System Heat Pumps ≥ 65,000 and < 750,000 Btu/hour
Integrated Energy Efficiency Ratio (IEER) (effective for models manufactured on or after January 1, 2018)
Integrated Part Load Value (IPLV) If Applicable
Heating Capacity at 47° F
Electrical Input at 47° F
Coefficient of Performance (COP) at 47° F
Heating Capacity at 17° F
Electrical Input at 17° F
Coefficient of Performance (COP) at 17° F
Evaporatively Cooled Single Package CAC < 760,000 Btu/hour and
Cooling Capacity at 95° F
Electrical Input at 95° F
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) at 95° F
Evaporatively-Cooled Split System CAC < 760,000 Btu/hour
Integrated Part Load Value (IPLV) If Applicable
Heating System Type1,2
Gas, oil electric resistance, none
Water-Cooled Single-Package CAC < 760,000 Btu/hour and
Compressor Electrical Input (for models ≥ 65,000 Btu/hour only)
Indoor Fan Electrical Input (for models ≥ 65,000 Btu/hour only)3
Water-Cooled Split System CAC < 760,000 Btu/hour
Outdoor Fan Electrical Input (for models ≥ 65,000 Btu/hour only)3
Cooling Capacity at 85° F Entering Water Temperature
Electrical Input at 85° F Entering Water Temperature
Air-Cooled, Single Package CAC ≥ 65,000 and < 760,000 Btu/hour and
Cooling Capacity at 95° F
Electrical Input at 95° F
Air-Cooled Split System CAC ≥ 65,000 and < 760,000 Btu/hour
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) at 95° F (effective for models manufactured before January 1, 2018)
Integrated Energy Eficiency Ratio (IEER) (effective for models manufactured on or after January 1, 2018)
Integrated Part Load Value (IPLV) If Applicable
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) at 85° F
Entering Water Temperature
Low Temperature EER at 70° F Entering Water Temperature (for models < 65,000 Btu/hour only)
Heating System Type1
Gas, oil electric resistance, none
Water-Source, Single Package Heat Pumps < 760,000 Btu/hour and
Compressor Electrical Input (for models ≥ 65,000 Btu/hour only)
Indoor Fan Electrical Input (for models ≥ 65,000 Btu/hour only)3
Water-Source Split System Heat Pumps < 760,000 Btu/hour
Outdoor Fan Electrical Input (for models ≥ 65,000 Btu/hour only)3
Cooling Capacity at 86° F Entering Water Temperature
Electrical Input at 86° F Entering Water Temperature
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) at 86° F Entering Water Temperature
Heating Capacity at 68° F Entering Water Temperature
Electrical Input at 68° F Entering Water Temperature
Coefficient of Performance (COP) at 68° F Entering Water Temperature
Ground Water-Source, Single Package Heat Pumps and
Compressor Electrical Input (for models ≥ 65,000 Btu/hour only)
Indoor Fan Electrical Input (for models ≥ 65,000 Btu/hour only)3
Ground Water-Source Split System Heat Pumps
Outdoor Fan Electrical Input (for models ≥ 65,000 Btu/hour only)3
Cooling Capacity at 59° F Entering Water Temperature (for all sizes, including but not limited to models ≥ 240,000 Btu/hour)
Electrical Input at 59° F Entering Water Temperature (for all sizes, including but not limited to models ≥ 240,000 Btu/hour)
Air-Cooled, Single Package CAC ≥ 65,000 and < 760,000 Btu/hour and
Cooling Capacity at 95° F
Electrical Input at 95° F
Air-Cooled Split System CAC ≥ 65,000 and < 760,000 Btu/hour
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) at 95° F (effective for models manufactured before January 1, 2018)
Integrated Energy Eficiency Ratio (IEER) (effective for models manufactured on or after January 1, 2018)
Integrated Part Load Value (IPLV) If Applicable
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) at 59° F Entering Water Temperature (for all sizes, including but not limited to models ≥ 240,000 Btu/hour)
Heating Capacity at 50° F Entering Water Temperature (for all sizes, including but not limited to models ≥240,000 Btu/hour)
Electrical Input at 50° F Entering Water Temperature (for all sizes, including but not limited to models ≥ 240,000 Btu/hour)
Coefficient of Performance (COP) at 50° F Entering Water Temperature (for all sizes, including but not limited to models ≥ 240,000 Btu/hour)
Ground-Source, Closed-Loop, Single Package Heat Pumps and
Compressor Electrical Input (for models ≥ 65,000 Btu/hour only)
Ground-Source, Closed-Loop, Split System Heat Pumps
Indoor Fan Electrical Input (for models ≥ 65,000 Btu/hour only)3
Outdoor Fan Electrical Input (for models ≥ 65,000 Btu/hour only)3
Cooling Capacity at 77° F Entering Brine Temperature
Electrical Input at 77° F Entering Brine Temperature
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) at 77° F Entering Brine Temperature
Heating Capacity at 32° F Entering Brine Temperature
Electrical Input at 32° F Entering Brine Temperature
Coefficient of Performance (COP) at 32° F Entering Brine Temperature
Gas-Fired Air
Conditioners and
Cooling Capacity - (cooling bin summary)
Gas-Fired Heat Pumps
Gas Input While Cooling - (cooling bin summary)
Electric Input While Cooling - (cooling bin summary)
Cooling COP - Gas
Cooling COP - Electric
Heating Output - (heating bin summary)
Gas Input While Heating - (heating bin summary)
Electric Input While Heating - (heating bin summary)
Heating COP - Gas
Heating COP - Electric
Computer Room Air Conditioners
Equipment Type
Air-cooled, water-cooled, water-cooled with a fluid economizer, glycol-cooled, glycol-cooled with a fluid economizer, evaporatively cooled; chilled-water-cooled
Air Flow
Direction Downflow, horizontal flow, upflow
Net Sensible Cooling Capacity (air-cooled, water-cooled, glycol-cooled, chilled-water-cooled models only)
Downflow Unit Power Input (watts) (air-cooled, water-cooled, glycol-cooled, chilled-water-cooled models only)
Downflow Unit SCOP (air-cooled, water-cooled, glycol-cooled, chilled-water-cooled models only)
Upflow Unit Power Input (watts) (air-cooled, water-cooled, glycol-cooled, chilled-water-cooled models only)
Upflow Unit SCOP(air-cooled, water-cooled, glycol-cooled, chilled-water-cooled models only) Cooling Capacity at 95°F (evaporatively cooled models only)
Electrical Input at 95°F (evaporatively cooled models only)
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) at 95°F (evaporatively cooled models only)
Heat pump water-heating packages
Voltage*
Phase*
1, 3
Refrigerant Type*
Ozone-depleting, non-ozone-depleting
Compressor Motor Design*
Single-speed, dual-speed, multiple-speed, variable speed
OD Fan Motor Design*
Single-speed, dual-speed, multiple-speed, variable speed
Model number includes all components?
True, False
Is the model designed for space cooling?
True, False
Cooling Capacity (BTU per hour) if applicable
Cooing power input (watts) if applicable
Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) if applicable
Integrated part load value (IPLV)
Heating Capacity (BTU per hour) at 47° F
Heating power input (watts) at 47° F
Coefficient of Performance (COP) at 47° F
Heating Capacity (BTU per hour) at 17° F
Heating power input (watts) at 17° F
Coefficient of Performance (COP) at 17° F
Heat Capacity (BTU per hour) of heat reclaim2
COPR of heat reclaim2
D
Single-Duct and Dual-Duct Portable Air Conditioners
*Duct configuration
Single-duct, dual-duct, ability to operate in both single-duct and dual-duct configurations
Heating function available
True, False
Dehumidification mode available
True, False
Primary condensate removal feature
Auto-evaporation, gravity drain, removable internal collection bucket, condensate pump
Single-Duct Portable Air Conditioners
Combined Energy Efficiency Ratio (CEER) (Btu/Wh)
Seasonally Adjusted Cooling Capacity (SACC) (Btu/h)
Adjusted Cooling Capacity at 83° F conditions (Btu/h)
Adjusted Cooling Capacity at 95° F conditions (Btu/h)
Annual energy consumption in off-cycle mode (kWh/year)
Annual energy consumption in inactive or off mode (kWh/year)
Annual energy consumption in cooling mode (kWh/year)
Dual-Duct Portable Air Conditioners
Combined Energy Efficiency Ratio (CEER) (Btu/Wh)
Seasonally Adjusted Cooling Capacity (SACC) (Btu/h)
Adjusted Cooling Capacity at 83° F conditions (Btu/h)
Adjusted Cooling Capacity at 95° F conditions (Btu/h)
Annual energy consumption in off-cycle mode (kWh/year)
Annual energy consumption in inactive or off mode (kWh/year)
Annual energy consumption in cooling mode at 83° F conditions (kWh/year)
Annual energy consumption in cooling mode at 95° F conditions (kWh/year)
Spot Air Conditioners
*Type
Single package, air-cooled; single package, evaporatively-cooled; split system: air-cooled condensing unit, coil with blower; split system: evaporatively-cooled condensing unit, coil alone; single package, air-cooled (FD); single package, evaporatively-cooled (FD); split system: air-cooled condensing unit, coil with blower (FD); split system: evaporatively cooled condensing unit, coil alone (FD)
Cooling Capacity
Total Electrical Input
Cooling Efficiency Ratio (CER)
Fan Electrical Input
Refrigerant Type
Ozone-depleting, non-ozone-depleting
Evaporative Coolers
*Type Evaporative Media Saturation Effectiveness (%) (for direct evaporative coolers only)
Direct, indirect, indirect/direct
Media Type (for direct evaporative coolers only)
Expanded paper, woven plastic, aspen wood, rigid cellulose, other (specify).
Cooling Effectiveness (for indirect evaporative coolers only)
Total Power (watts)
Airflow Rate (CFM)
Ceiling Fans
*Ceiling fan type (required for models manufactured on or after January 21, 2020 only)
High-speed small-diameter (HSSD), hugger, large diameter, standard, very small-diameter (VSD)
Diameter (inches)
CFM (low, high)
Watts (low, high)
Efficacy (low, high) [CFM/watt] (required for models manufactured before January 21, 2020 only)
Efficiency (CFM/Watt) (required for models manufactured on or after January 21, 2020 only)
Fan speed controls separate from light controls
True, false
Adjustable Speed Controls
(Specify) speed, variable
Reversible Fan Action Capable
True, False, Exception [See section 1605.1(d)(1)(A)3. of this Article]
Light Source Type
Compact fluorescent, incandescent, other, None
Ceiling Fan Light Kits
Socket Type
Medium screw base, pin-based; other
manufactured before January 21, 2020
Packaged with all appropriate lamps to fill all sockets
True, False
Screw-based Lamps Requirement (Screw-base only)
Meet section 1605.1(d)(2)(A)1. or 2. of this Article (specify)
Meet section 1605.1(d)(2)(B) of this Article (pin-based sockets only)
True, False
Operate with lamps totaling more than 190 watts (other socket types only)
True, False
Ceiling Fan Light Kits manufactured on or after January 21, 2020
Socket Type
Medium screw base, pin-based, integrated SSL, other
Packaged with lamps to fill all sockets
True, False
Lumens for each basic model of lamp or each basic model of integrated SSL (Im)
Rated wattage (watts)
Efficacy (Im/W)
Medium screw base sockets packaged with compact fluorescent lamps
True, False
Medium screw base compact fluorescent lamps meet section 1605.1(d)(2)(D)1. of this Article (medium screw base sockets packaged with compact fluorescent lamps only)
True, False
Pin-based sockets for fluorescent lamps
True, False
Uses an electronic ballast (pin-based sockets for fluorescent lamps only)
True, False
Whole House Fans and Residential Exhaust Fans
*Residential Exhaust Fan Type
Inline single-port, Inline multi-port, Range hood, Bathroom and utility room
*Whole-House Fan Type
Belt-drive single-fan, Belt-drive dual-fan, Direct-drive single-fan, Direct-drive dual-fan
Fan Motor Power (watts)
Air Flow (CFM)
Air Flow Efficiency (CFM/watt)
Dehumidifiers
Dehumidifier Type
Portable dehumidifiers with a capacity less than or equal to 25 pints per day, Portable dehumidifiers with a capacity greater than 25 pints per day and less than or equal to 50 pints per day, Portable dehumidifiers with a capacity greater than 50 pints per day, Whole-home dehumidifiers with a product case volume less than or equal to 8 cubic feet, Whole-home dehumidifiers with a product case volume greater than 8 cubic feet
Water Capacity (pints per day) Case Volume Integrated Energy Factor (Liters/Kilowatt Hour)
Residential Furnace Fans
Furnace Fan Types
Non-weatherized, non-condensing gas (NWG-NC); Non-weatherized, condensing gas (NWG-C); Weatherized non-condensing gas (WG-NC); Non-weatherized, non-condensing oil (NWO-NC); Non-weatherized electric furnace/modular blower fan (NWEF/NWMB); Mobile home non-weatherized, non-condensing gas (MH-NWG-NC); Mobile home non-weatherized, condensing gas (MH-NWG-C); Mobile home electric furnace/modular blower fan (MH-EF/MB); Mobile home non-weatherized oil (MG-NOW); Mobile home weatherized gas (MH-WG)
Wattage
Airflow at the maximum airflow-control setting (in cfm) (QMax)
Fan Energy Rating (FER)
E
All Space Heaters
*Energy Source
Natural gas, LPG, oil, combination (natural gas and oil), electricity
*Burner Type
Induced draft, luminous, injection type, power, pressure
Constant burning pilot light, (for gas or oil models only)
True, False
*Labeled for Outdoor Installation
True, False
*Electrical Phase
1, 3, none
Draft Equipment1,2
Draft hood, draft diverter, barometric regulator, none
Off-Cycle Devices
Stack damper, electro-mechanical inlet damper, electro-mechanical flue damper, none
Flue Gas
Condensing, non-condensing
Control
Single-stage, two-stage modulating, step modulating
Fan Motor Design (furnaces only)1,2
Single-speed, dual-speed, multiple-speed, variable-speed
Total Nominal Fan Motor Horsepower (furnaces only)
Fan Motor Type (furnaces only)
Premium, standard
Fan Motor Power Factor (furnaces with variable-speed motors only)1,2
Pump Motor Design (boilers only). Note: This information is not required for boilers that are not provided with a pump.
Single-speed, dual-speed, multiple-speed, variable-speed
Total Nominal Pump Motor Horsepower (boilers only). Note: This information is not required for boilers that are not provided with a pump.
Pump Motor Type (boilers only). Note: This information is not required for boilers that are not provided with a pump.
Premium, standard
Pump Motor Power Factor (boilers with variable-speed motors only)1,2
Nameplate Input Rating
Rated Output
Central Furnaces
*Mobile Home
True, False
*Air Flow Direction
Up, Down, Horizontal
Weatherized (required for non mobile-home furnaces manufactured on or after November 19, 2015 only)
True, False
Fan Blower Capacity, High, at 0.5″ W.C.1,2
Fan Blower Capacity, Low, at 0.5″ W.C.1,2
Thermal Efficiency (for models ≥ 225,000 Btu/hour input and for three-phase equipment < 225,000 Btu/hour input for which the manufacturer chooses to test using 10 C.F.R. Sections 431.75 and 431.76)
Standby Watts [controls, not fan energy] (for models ≥225,000 Btu/hour input only)1,2
Annual Fuel Energy Consumption (for models < 225,000 Btu/hour input only, except for three-phase equipment for which the manufacturer chooses to test using 10 C.F.R. Sections 431.75 and 431.76)
Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency [AFUE] (for models < 225,000 Btu/hour input only, except for three-phase equipment for which the manufacturer chooses to test using 10 C.F.R. Sections 431.75 and 431.76)
Annual Auxiliary Electrical Energy Consumption (for models < 225,000 Btu/hour input only, except for three-phase equipment for which the manufacturer chooses to test using 10 C.F.R. Sections 431.75 and 431.76)
Thermal Efficiency at Minimum Capacity Provided and Allowed by the Controls (for models ≥225,000 Btu/hr input only)1,2
Maximum Standby Mode Electrical Power Consumption (Watts) (applies to models manufactured on or after May 1, 2013 only)1,2
Maximum Off Mode Electrical Power Consumption (Watts) (applies to models manufactured on or after May 1, 2013 only)1,2
Room Heaters, Floor Furnaces, and Wall Furnaces
*Type
Room heater (vented fan); room heater (gravity); floor furnace (fan); floor furnace (gravity); wall furnace (direct vent fan); wall furnace (direct vent gravity); wall furnace (vented fan); wall furnace (vented gravity)
Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE)
Auxiliary Electric Power (for fan-type heaters only)
Average Annual Auxiliary Electrical Energy Consumption (for fan-type heaters only)1
Duct Furnaces and Unit Heaters
*Type
Duct furnace; low static unit heater; high static unit heater; floor-mounted unit heater
Thermal Efficiency at Maximum Rated Capacity (mandatory for duct furnaces, voluntary for unit heaters only)
Energy Consumption During Standby (mandatory for duct furnaces, voluntary for unit heaters only)
Thermal Efficiency at Minimum Rated Capacity (mandatory for duct furnaces, voluntary for unit heaters only)
Power-Venting
True, False
Automatic Flue Damper
True, False
Infrared Gas Space Heaters
*Type
Patio heater, non-patio heater
Intensity
High, low
Radiant Tube Type
True, False
Portable
True, False
Vented
True, False
Physically Possible to Measure Radiant Coefficient
True, False
Combustion Efficiency (for models using ANSI test method only)
Radiant Coefficient (for models using ANSI test method only; for models for which it is physically possible to measure radiant coefficient only)
Effective Heating Area (for patio heaters only)
Efficiency Index (for patio only)
Combination Space-Heating and Water-Heating Equipment
*Primary Function
Primary function is space heating, secondary function is domestic water heating; primary function is domestic water heating, secondary function is space heating Volume (measured)
Volume (rated)
Energy Factor (for those models whose primary function is water heating)
Effective Space-Heating Efficiency (CAAFUE) (for those models whose primary function is water heating)
Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) (for those models whose primary function is space heating)
Effective Water-Heating Efficiency (CAEF) (for those models whose primary function is space heating)
Combined Annual Efficiency (CAE)
Boilers
*Type
Steam, hot water
Natural Draft (for gas-fired steam models manufactured on or after March 2, 2012 and ≥300,00 Btu/hour input only)
True, False
Design
Copper, cast iron, other
Automatic means for adjusting water temperature (small hot water boilers only)
True, False
Input at Minimum Capacity1
Output at Minimum Capacity1
Combustion Efficiency (for models ≥ 300,000 Btu/hour input only)
Thermal Efficiency (for models ≥ 300,000 Btu/hour input and < 2,500,000 Btu/hour input only)
Thermal Efficiency (for models ≥ 2,500,000 Btu/hour input only)1
Standby Loss (for packaged boilers ≥ 300,000 Btu/hour input only)1
Standby Loss (for nonpackaged boilers ≥ 300,000 Btu/hour input only)2
Thermal Efficiency at Minimum Capacity Rating (for non-packaged boilers ≥ 300,000 Btu/hour input only)
AFUE (for models < 300,000 Btu/hour input only)
F
All Water Heaters
*Energy Source
Natural gas, LPG, oil, electric resistance, heat pump
Rated Volume (except booster heaters, hot water dispensers, and large instantaneous water heaters < 10 gallons capacity)
Measured Volume (water heaters regulated under subpart G of 10 C.F.R. Part 431 as of January 1, 2017 only)
Input Rating (if applicable)
Heat Traps (for storage models only)
True, False
Ozone Depleting Substance in Insulation1,2
True, False
Ozone Depleting Substance in Refrigerant (for heat pump water heaters only)1,2
True, False
Constant burning pilot light (for large gas and oil models only)
True, False
Mobile Home
True, False
Water Heaters Regulated Under 10 C.F.R. section 430.32(d)
Water Heater Type
Gas-fired storage, oil-fired storage, electric storage, tabletop, instantaneous gas-fired, instantaneous electric, grid-enabled
First Hour Rating (for storage models only)
Maximum Gallons Per Minute (for instantaneous models only)
Recovery Efficiency
Annual Electrical Energy Consumption
Annual Fossil Fuel Energy Consumption (fossil-fuel-fired models only)
Draw Pattern
Very small, low, medium, high
Uniform Energy Factor
Pilot Light Energy Consumption (for gas instantaneous models only)
Water Heaters Regulated Under 10 C.F.R. Section 431.110 (EXCEPT residential-duty commercial water heaters)
Water Heater Type
Electric storage; gas-fired storage; oil-fired storage; gas-fired instantaneous; oil-fired instantaneous;
Thermal Efficiency
Standby Loss, %/hr (electric models only) (except for those models > 140 gallons for which exemption from standby loss standard is claimed). Note: This data requirement is mandatory for all models except instantaneous models in which the data requirement is voluntary.
Standby Loss, Btu/hr (fossil-fuel-fired models only) (except for those models > 140 gallons for which exemption from standby loss standard is claimed). Note: This data requirement is mandatory for all models except instantaneous models in which the data requirement is voluntary.
Electrical Power During Recovery While Appliance is Heating (for storage models only)
Electrical Power During Standby R-value of Insulation (for models > 140 gallons only) for which exemption from standby loss is claimed
Flue Damper (for models > 140 gallons only)
True, False
Fan Assisted Combustion (for models > 140 gallons only)
True, False
Hot Water Supply Boiler (for => 300,000 Btu/hour and <= 12,500,000 Btu/hour only)
True, False
Residential Duty Commercial Water Heaters
Water Heater Type
Gas-fired storage, oil-fired storage, electric instantaneous
Volume
Input
Draw Pattern
Very small, low, medium, high
Uniform Energy Factor
G
Heat Pump Pool Heaters
Heating Capacity at Standard Temperature Rating
Readily-accessible On-Off switch
True, False
Coefficient of Performance at Standard Temperature Rating
Heating Capacity at Low Temperature Rating
Coefficient of Performance at Low Temperature Rating
Average Coefficient of Performance (COP) at Standard Temperature Rating and Low Temperature Rating
Refrigerant Type1,2
Ozone-depleting, non-ozone-depleting
Other Pool Heaters
Energy Source
Natural gas, LPG, oil, electric resistance
Constant Burning Pilot Light (for gas models)
True, False
Input
Thermal Efficiency
Pumps (data collection required for models manufactured on or after January 27, 2020 only)
Equipment Class
Total Pump Head in feet at BEP
Total Pump Head in feet at nominal speed
Volume per unit time (flow rate) in gallons per minute (gpm) at BEP
Volume per unit time (flow rate) in gallons per minute (gpm) at nominal speed
Nominal speed of rotation (rpm)
Calculated driver power input at each load point i (Pini), corrected to nominal speed, in horsepower (hp)3
Driver power input at each load point i (Pini), corrected to nominal speed, in horsepower (hp)4
Driver power input (measured as the input power to the driver and controls) at each load point i (Pini), corrected to nominal speed, in horsepower (hp)5
Full impeller diameter in inches
PEICL calculated or tested4
PEIVL calculated or tested5
Number of stages tested (RSV and ST pumps only)
Pump efficiency at BEP in percent (%)1,3,4
Pump efficiency at BEP in PERCL1,3,4
Pump efficiency at BEP in percent (%)1,5
Pump efficiency at BEP in PERVL1,5
Pump configuration Nominal motor efficiency in percent (%)4,5,6
Motor horsepower (hp) for the motor with which the pump is being rated4,5,6
Bowl diameter in inches (ST pumps only)3,4,5
PEICL
PEIVL
C-value
Residential Pool Pump
and Motor Combinations
Motor Construction is Split-Phase
True, False
and Replacement Residential Pool Pump Motors manufactured before July 19, 2021
Motor Construction is Capacitor Start-Induction Run
True, False
Motor Design
Single-speed, dual-speed, multi-speed, variable-speed
Motor has Capability of Operating at Two or More Speeds with the Low Speed having a Rotation Rate that is No More than One-Half of the Motor's Maximum Rotation Rate
True, False
Unit Type Residential
Pool Pump and Motor Combination, Replacement Residential Pool Pump Motor
Pool Pump Motor Capacity
Motor Service Factor
Nameplate Horsepower
Pump Control Speed (compliance with section 1605.3(g)(5)(B)2. of this Article)
True, False
Dedicated-Purpose Pool Pumps manufactured on or after July 19, 2021
Dedicated-purpose pool pump product group
Self-priming pool filter pumps with rated hydraulic horsepower of 0.711 hp <= hhp < 2.5 hp. Self-priming pool filter pumps with rated hydraulic horsepower of hhp <0.711 hp. Non-self-priming pool filter pumps. Pressure cleaner booster pumps. Integral cartridge-filter pool pumps. Integral sand-filter pool pumps. Waterfall pumps
Freeze Protection Controls when Shipped
Enabled, Disabled, Not applicable
Default Dry-Bulb Air Temperature Setting (in degrees F) (when “Freeze Protection Controls when Shipped” = Enabled)
Default Run-Time Setting (in minutes) (when “Freeze Protection Controls when Shipped” = Enabled)
Default Motor Speed (in rpm) (when “Freeze Protection Controls when Shipped” = Enabled)
Default Motor Speed is More than ½ of the Maximum Available Speed (when “Freeze Protection Controls when Shipped” = Enabled)
True, False
Self-Priming Pool
Filter pumps, Non-Self--Priming Pool Filter
Weighted Energy Factor (WEF) in kilogallons per kilowatt-hour (kgal/kWh)
Pumps, Pressure Cleaner Booster pumps or Waterfall Pumps
Rated Hydraulic Horsepower in horsepower (hp)
Speed Configuration for which the pump is being rated
Single-speed, Two-speed, Multi speed, or Variable-speed
True Power Factor at High Load Point
Dedicated-Purpose Pool Pump Nominal Motor Horsepower
Dedicated-Purpose Pool Pump Motor Total Horsepower
Dedicated-Purpose Pool Pump Service Factor
Input Power at the High Flow Load Point (watts)
Flow Rate at the High Flow Load Point (gpm)
Speed at the High Flow Load Point (rpm)
Self-priming pool filter pumps,
Non-self-priming pool filter
Input Power at Maximum Rotating Speed (watts)
pumps or Pressure cleaner booster pumps
Flow Rate at Maximum Rotating Speed (gpm)
Speed at Maximum Rotating Speed (rpm)
Self-priming pool filter pumps or Non-self-priming pool filter pumps
True Power Factor at Low Load Point
Pump Certified with NSF/ANSI 50-2015
True, False
Vertical Lift (in feet) (when “Pump Certified with NSF/ANSI 50-2015” = False)
True Priming Time (in minutes) (when “Pump Certified with NSF/ANSI 50-2015” = False)
Input Power at the Low Flow Load Point (watts)
Flow Rate at the Low Flow Load Point (gpm)
Speed at the Low Flow Load Point (rpm)
Self-priming pool filter pumps, Non-self-priming pool filter pumps, or Waterfall Pumps
Maximum Head (in feet)
Integral cartridge-filter pool pumps or Integral sand-filter pool pumps
Pool pump control is either integral to the pump or a separate component that is sold or offered for sale with the pump
True, False
Maximum Run-Time (in hours) of the Pool Pump Control
Replacement Dedicated-Purpose Pool Pump Motors manufactured on or after July 19, 2021
Replacement Dedicated-Purpose Pool Pump Motor is a Variable-speed replacement dedicated-purpose pool pump motor
True, False
Dedicated-purpose pool pump motor total horsepower (hp)
Nominal efficiency at full-load and maximum operating speed (%)
Motor speed at full-load and maximum operating speed (rpm)
Motor torque at full-load and maximum operating speed (lb-ft)
Input power at full-load and maximum operating speed (watts)
Power factor at full-load and maximum operating speed (%)
Motor phase
Single-phase, polyphase
Sold with motor drive
True, False
Meets requirements of 1605.3(g)(6)(D) (when “Sold with motor drive” = True)
True, False
Freeze protection controls is shipped enabled
Enabled, Disabled, Not applicable
Default dry bulb air temperature setting (°F) (when “Freeze protection controls are shipped enabled”)
Default motor speed (rpm) (when “Freeze protection controls are shipped enabled”)
Default run time (minutes) (when “Freeze protection controls are shipped enabled”)
Is the default motor speed more than ½ of the maximum available speed? (when “Freeze protection controls are shipped enabled”)
True, False
Portable Electric Spas
*Spa Type
Combination Spa, Exercise Spa, Inflatable Spa, Standard Spa
*Tested Spa Cover Model Number
Tested Spa Cover Manufacturer
Rated Capacity (number of people)
Rated Voltage (volts)
Tested Spa Cover Is Insulated
True, False
Spa Enclosure is Fully Insulated
True, False
Spa Includes a Skimmer
True, False
Maximum water temperature setting is less than 100° F (for exercise spas and the exercise spa portion of combination spas only)
True, False
Portable Electric Spa Rated Volume (gallons) (for standard spas, inflatable spas, and the standard spa portion of combination spas only)
Exercise Spa Rated Volume (gallons) (for exercise spas and the exercise spa portion of combination spas only)
Portable Electric Spa Fill Volume (gallons) (for standard spas, inflatable spas, and the standard spa portion of combination spas only)
Exercise Spa Fill Volume (gallons) (for exercise spas and the exercise spa portion of combination spas only)
Portable Electric Spa Normalized Standby Power (watts) (for standard spas, inflatable spas, and the standard spa portion of combination spas only) Exercise Spa Normalized Standby Power (watts) (for exercise spas and the exercise spa portion of combination spas only)
H
Plumbing Fittings
*Type
Showerhead, lavatory faucet, (independent or collective), public lavatory faucet, kitchen faucet, metering faucet, (independent or collective), lavatory replacement aerator, kitchen replacement aerator, wash fountain, lift-type tub spout diverter, turn-type tub spout diverter, pull-type tub spout diverter, push-type tub spout diverter, push type tub spount diverter
Flow Rate
Pulsating (for showerheads only)
True, False
Minimum Flow rate at 45 psi and 80 psi (for showerheads manufactured on or after July 1, 2016
Minimum Flow rate at 20 psi (for showerheads manufactured on or after July 1, 2016)
Rim Space (for wash fountains only)
Tub Spout Leakage Rate When New
Tub Spout Leakage Rate After 15,000 Cycles
Commercial Pre-rinse Spray Valves
Product Class (required for models manufactured on or after January 28, 2019)
Product Class 1, Product Class 2, Product Class 3
Flow Rate (gpm)
Spray force (ounce-force (ozf)
I
Plumbing Fixtures
*Type
Blowout water closet, gravity tank type water closet, duel-flush water closet, electromechanical hydraulic water closet, flushometer tank water closet, prison-type urinal, prison-type water closet, flushometer valve water closet, trough-type urinal, wall-mounted urinal, waterless urinal, other type urinal, vacuum type water closet
Water Consumption (dual-flush effective volume for dual-flush water closet)
Passes waste extraction test
True, False
Waste extraction value
grams
Trough Length (trough-type urinals only)
J
Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts
*Ballast Input Voltage
120, 277, between 120 and 277, other (specify)
*Number of Lamps
*Type of Fluorescent Lamp
F34T12, F96T12/ES, F96T12HO/ES, 2-foot U-shaped, 4-foot medium bipin, 4-foot miniature bipin high output, 4-foot miniature bipin standard output, 8-foot high output, 8-foot slim line
Product Class (from U.S. DOE CCMS product template)
Designed for Dimming to 50% or Less of Maximum Output
True, False
Power Factor
*Building Application
Commercial, designed (not classified as sign ballasts) to operate 8-foot high output lamps, designed and labeled as sign ballasts to operate 8-foot high output lamps, residential; not classified as residential, other
Sign Ballasts
True, False
Input Power Watts
Ballast Luminous Efficiency
Circuit Design
Cathode cut-out, electronic, magnetic
*Start
Instant, programmed, rapid
Ballast Frequency
High frequency, low frequency, other
Average Total Lamp Arc Power
Deep-Dimming Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts
*Ballast Input Voltage
120, 277, other (specify)
*Number of Lamps
*Lamp type
T5, T8, other (specify)
*Dimming Type
Continuous, stepped, individual lamp control, other (specify)
*Control Type
3-wire, 0-10 volts, digital communication, phase, other (specify)
*Start Type
Instant start, rapid start, program start, other (specify)
P100
Arc Power 100
P80
Arc Power 80
P50
Arc Power 50
BLE 100
BLE 80
BLE 50
P0 (standby mode power)
Weighted Ballast Luminous Efficacy
Power Factor
K
Federally regulated general service fluorescent lamps
*Type
4-foot medium bipin general service fluorescent lamp, 2-foot U-shaped general service fluorescent lamp, 8-foot slim line general service fluorescent lamp, 8-foot high output general service fluorescent lamp, 4-foot miniature bipin standard output general service fluorescent lamp, 4-foot miniature bipin high output general service fluorescent lamp
Rated Color Rendering Index
Correlated Color Temperature (for lamps manufactured on or after July 5, 2012)
Minimum Average Lamp Efficacy (LPW)
Federally regulated incandescent reflector lamps sold before January 1, 2020
Minimum Average Lamp Efficacy
Federally regulated Medium
Lamp Power (Watts)
Screw Base Compact
Minimum Efficacy (LPW)
Fluorescent Lamps sold
Lamp Configuration
Bare or Covered (no reflector)
before January 1, 2020
1,000 Hour Lumen Maintenance
True, False
Lumen Maintenance Requirements
True, False
Rapid Cycle Stress Test
True, False
Average Rated Lamp Life
True, False
Federally regulated Medium
Type
General Service Incandescent, OLED
Screw Base General
Voltage Range
Service Incandescent and OLED
Rated Lumen Range
Lamps sold before
Maximum Rate Wattage
January 1, 2020
Minimum Rate Lifetime
Color Rendering Index
Minimum Efficacy (LPW) (required on or after January 1, 2018)
Modified Spectrum
True, False
Bulb Finish (incandescent only)
Clear, frost, soft white
ANSI-designated Bulb Shape
A15, A19, A21, A23, A25, PS25, PS30, BT14.5, BT15, CP19, TB19, CA22
Federally regulated Candelabra Base and Intermediate Base
Base Type
Candelabra, intermediate
Incandescent Lamps sold before January 1, 2020
Maximum Rated Wattage
Federally regulated
Medium Screw Base
Type
Modified Spectrum
General Service
Rated Voltage
Incandescent Lamp
sold before January 1, 2020
Rated Lumen Range
Maximum Rate Wattage
Minimum Rate Lifetime
Color Rendering Index
State-regulated small diameter directional lamps
Base Type
Lamp Type (examples PAR16, MR11, MR16, R)
Lamp Power (Watts)
Lamp Output (Lumens)
Beam Angle
Color Rendering Index (CRI)
Combined CRI + Efficacy (only applies where efficacy < 80 LPW)
Center Beam Candle Power (CBCP)
Efficacy (Lumens per watt)
Correlated Color Temperature
Rated Lifetime Test Completed
True, False
Estimated Rated Lifetime (hours) (when “Rated Lifetime Test Completed” = False)*
Rated Lifetime (hours) (when “Rated Lifetime Test Completed” = True)
State-regulated Light Emitting Diode (LED) lamps
*Base Type
E12, E17, E26, GU24, retrofit kit
Lamp Shape
A, B, BA, C, CA, F, G, Other
Dimmable
True, False
Minimum Dimming Level (%) (when “Dimmable” = True)
Reduced Flicker Operation (when “Dimmable” = True)
True, False
Correlated Color Temperature
Duv
Rated Lifetime Test Completed
True, False
Estimated Rated Lifetime (hours) (when “Rated Lifetime Test Completed” = False)
Rated Lifetime (hours) (when “Rated Lifetime Test Completed” = True)
Lifetime test environment temperature2
Ambient, Elevated
Lamp Power (Watts)
Lumen Output (Lumens)
Efficacy (Lumens per watt)
Color Rendering Index (Ra)
Compliance Score
Power Factor
Standby Mode
True, False
Standby Power (watts) (if applicable)
Connected network type (if applicable)
Wi-Fi, ZigBee, ANT, Bluetooth, RF, Wired, Other
State-regulated Light
R1
Emitting Diode (LED)
R2
lamps (cont'd)
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R92
Meets applicable luminous intensity distribution requirements
ENERGY STAR Omnidirectional, ENERGY STAR Decorative, none.
Audible Noise at 100% output (decibels) (when “Dimmable” = True)
Audible Noise at 20% output (decibels) (when “Dimmable” = True)
Start Time 2
6000 hour lumen maintenance 2
6000 hour survival rate 2
Projected time to L70 2
Dimming Control Compatibility (when “Dimmable” = True)
Forward, Phase cut control, reverse phase cut, powerline carrier, digital, 0-10 VDC, other.
NEMA SSL 7A Compatible 2 (If compatible with forward phase cut dimmer control answer “True,” If not answer “False.”)
True, False
L
Emergency Lighting
Light Source Type
LED, electroluminescent, fluorescent, incandescent, other
Battery Backup
True, False
Number of Faces
Sign Format
Edge-lit, panel, matrix, stencil, other
Input Power Demand
M
Traffic Signal Modules for Vehicle control
Module Color
Green, amber, red
Module Type
Circular, arrow, lane control-arrow, lane control-X, pedestrian, other (specify)
Module Size (circular, arrow only)
Nominal Wattage at 25° C
Maximum Wattage at 74° C
Traffic Signal Modules
Module Type
Hand, Walking Person, walk, don't walk, countdown (Specify) for Pedestrian Control
Power Consumption at 25° C
Power Consumption at 74° C
N
Torchieres
*Lamp Type of Upward-Facing Lamp(s)
Screw-based Incandescent, Halogen, Fluorescent Pin-based, Other (specify)
*Lamp Type of Side Lamp(s)
Screw-based Incandescent, Halogen, Fluorescent Pin-based, Other, None (specify)
Total Number of Lamp Sockets Maximum Possible Power Demand, All Sockets (watts)
Method of Insuring 190 Watt Maximum Power Consumption
Current-limiting Device, Thermal Switch, Other (specify)
Portable Luminaires
Type of Portable Luminaire
Floor, table, other (specify)
Total Number of lamp sockets
Base type
Candelabra base, intermediate base, medium screw-base, pin-base; other (specify)
Compliance method used
Dedicated fluorescent lamp socket; GU24 line-voltage socket; LED luminaire or light engine; E12, E17, or E26 screw-based socket w/ prepackaged lamp; Halogen lamp socket w/ controls
Zero standby power (for luminaires with internal power supplies only)
True, False
GU24 sockets rated (for use with incandescent lamps for luminaires with GU24 sockets only)
True, False
LED Light Output (for LED luminaires only)
LED Efficacy (for LED luminaires only) Nominal Correlated Color Temperature (for LED luminaires only)
Color Rendering Index (for LED luminaires only)
Power Factor (for LED luminaires labeled or sold for residential use only)
Metal Halide Luminaires
*Lamp Position (orientation)
Vertical Base-Up, Vertical Base-Down, Horizontal, Universal, Other (specify)
Lamp Rating, low (watts)
Lamp Rating, high (watts)
Outdoor Luminaire
True, False
Compliance Option Used
≥ 90/92% efficient ballast,
≥ 88% efficient ballast with integral control (Occupancy Sensor),
≥ 88% efficient ballast with integral control (Automatic Daylight Control),
≥ 88% efficient ballast labeled for relamping with only 150-160 watt, 200-215 watt, 290-335 watt, or 336-500 watt lamps
Ballast Type [only applies to models manufactured on or after January 1, 2006]
Probe-start electronic, probe-start magnetic, pulse-start electronic, pulse-start magnetic, other (specify)
Minimum Ballast Efficiency (percent)
Integral Control Type (for integral control compliance method only)
Occupancy sensor, Automatic daylight control
Integral Control Method (for integral control compliance method only)
Directly into luminaire housing Packaged and sold pre-wired Integrated wireless radio controlled sensor
Maximum relamping rated wattage on a factory-installed label (watts) (for relamping wattage compliance method only)
Packaged with efficient lamps (for relamping wattage compliance method only)
True, False
Under-Cabinet Fluorescent Fixtures (Luminaires)
Lamp Length (inches)
Number of Lamps for which Fixture (Luminaire) is Designed
Ballast Efficacy Factor
O
Dishwashers
*Type
Compact, standard
*Number of place settings
Water Heating Dishwasher
True, False
Truncated Normal Cycle Capable
True, False
Soil Sensing
True, False
Maximum Energy Use
Maximum Water Use
P
Clothes Washers that are consumer products
*Type
Front-loading, top loading
*Controls
Automatic, semi-automatic, other (specify)
*Axis
Horizontal, vertical
Suds-Saving
True, False
Combination Washer/Dryer1
True, False
Clothes Container Compartment Capacity
Power Consumption Per Cycle1
Water Consumption Per Cycle
Integrated Modified Energy Factor
Integrated Water Factor
Remaining Moisture Content
Commercial Clothes Washers
*Type
Front-loading, top loading
*Controls
Automatic, semi-automatic, other (specify)
*Axis
Horizontal, vertical
Suds-Saving
True, False
Combination Washer/Dryer
True, False
Clothes Container Compartment Capacity
Power Consumption Per Cycle
Water Consumption Per Cycle
Modified Energy Factor
Water Factor (effective for models manufactured before January 1, 2008)
Integrated Water Factor (effective for models manufactured on or after January 1, 2018)
Remaining Moisture Content (required only on and after January 1, 2004)
Q
Clothes Dryers
*Energy Source
Gas, electric
*Drum Capacity
*Voltage
120, 240, other (specify)
Combination Washer/Dryer1
True, False
Venting
Vented, ventless
Combined Energy Factor
Constant Burning Pilot Light (Gas models only)
True, False
R
Consumer Products Cooking Products
*Type
Conventional range, conventional cooking top, conventional oven, microwave-only oven, counteropt convection microwave oven, built-in microwave oven, over-the-range convection microwave oven, combined cooking products, other
(specify)
*Energy Source
Gas, electric, microwave
Electrical Supply Cord (for gas models only)
True, False
*Constant Burning Pilot Light
True, False
Annual Cooking Energy Consumption
Clock Power Consumption (for gas conventional ovens only)
Pilot Light Consumption (for gas conventional ovens only)
Annual Secondary Energy Consumption (for gas conventional ovens only)
Average Standby Power (data required for various microwave ovens manufactured on or after June 17, 2016 only)
Off Mode Power1
On Mode Power
Commercial Convection Ovens
Energy Input Rate
Idle Energy Consumption Rate
Commercial Hot Food Holding Cabinets
Measured Interior Volume (ft3)
Energy Input Rate
Idle Energy Consumption Rate
Commercial Range Tops
Energy Input Rate
Cooking Energy Efficiency
Test Cooking Vessel Diameter
S
Electric Motors
Type
NEMA Design A, NEMA Design B, NEMA Design Design C, IEC Design H, IEC Design N, Fire pump electric motor
Voltage (V)
Speed1 (RPM)
Rated Horsepower (hp)
Input Power (kW)
Air Exchange
Open, enclosed
Number of Poles
2, 4, 6, 8
Nominal Full Load Efficiency (%)
State-regulated Compressors
Isentropic Efficiency
Equipment Class
Rotary, lubricated, air-cooled, fixed-speed compressor; Rotary, lubricated, air-cooled, variable-speed compressor; Rotary lubricated, liquid-cooled, fixed-speed compressor; Rotary, lubricated, liquid-cooled, variable-speed compressor
Full-load package isentropic efficiency (fixed-speed compressor only) or part-load package isentropic efficiency (variable-speed compressor only)
Full-load actual volume flow rate (CFM)
Compressor motor nominal horsepower (HP)
Full-load operating pressure (psig)
Maximum full-flow operating pressure (psig)
Pressure ratio at full-load operating pressure
T
Distribution Transformers
Distribution Transformer type (Data required for liquid-immersed and medium-voltage dry-type on or after January 1, 2010 only)
Low-voltage dry-type; liquid-immersed; medium-voltage dry-type
*Phase
1, 3
kVa (BIL kV for medium-voltage dry-type)
Rated Output Power
Total Loss Power
Efficiency (for medium-voltage models, this will be the Efficiency at 20-45 kV)
Efficiency 2 (medium voltage models only, Efficiency at 46-95 kV)
Efficiency 3 (medium voltage models only, Efficiency at ≥ 96 kV)
U
External Power Supplies
None
V
Televisions
Type*
CRT, Plasma, LCD, DLP, Rear Projection, Laser, OLED, LCOS
Viewable Screen Area
Screen Size
Automatic Brightness Control
True, False
Automatic Brightness Control enabled
True, False
Forced menu
True, False
Native Vertical Resolution
Aspect Ratio
Integrated Occupancy Sensor
True, False
Lhome
Lhigh
Luminance Ratio
TV Standby-Passive Mode Power (watts)
On Mode Power (watts)
Retail On Mode Power (watts)
Power Factor
Consumer Audio and Video Equipment
Compact Audio Products
Power Usage in Audio Standby-Passive Mode for Models Without a Permanently Illuminated Clock Display (watts)
Power Usage in Audio Standby-Passive Mode for Models With a Permanently Illuminated Clock Display (watts)
Digital Versatile Disc Players and Digital Versatile Disc Recorders
Power Usage in Video Standby-Passive Mode (watts)
Computer Monitors
Backlight Type
CCFL, LED, Quantum Dots, None
EPD
True, False
OLED
True, False
Gaming Monitor w/ Incremental Hardware
True, False
Gaming Monitor w/o Incremental Hardware
True, False
Fast refresh rate gaming monitor
True, False
Maximum Refresh Rate (Hz)
KMM_KVM
True, False
Very High Performance
True, False
Curved Monitor
True, False
Viewable Screen area (square inches)
Screen size (diagonal inches)
Automatic Brightness Control
True, False
Automatic Brightness Control Enabled when Shipped
True, False
Screen Luminance (Candelas Per Square Meter)
Native Resolution (megapixels)
Power Draw in On Mode (watts)
Power Draw in Computer Monitor Sleep Mode (watts)
Power Draw in Computer Monitor Off Mode (watts)
Touch Screen Capability
True, False
Touch Screen Enabled in On Mode
True, False
Touch Screen Enabled in Computer Monitor Sleep Mode
True, False
Touch Screen Enabled in Computer Monitor Off Mode
True, False
Color Gamut
>32.9% of CIELUV (99% or more of defined sRGB colors), >38.4% of CIELUV (99% or more of defined Adobe RGB colors), <32.9% of CIELUV
Medical Computer Monitors
(Other than the identifier information shown under “All Appliances” (e.g., manufacturer name, brand name, model number), no other data is required for medical computer monitors at this time.)
Computers
(Note: Units with more than one integrated display must certify related data for each screen)
Computer Type
Desktop, Notebook, Small-Scale Server, Workstation, Thin Client, Portable All-In-One, Mobile Gaming System, Mobile Workstation, High Expandability Computer, Rack-mounted Workstation
Operating System Type
None, Limited Capability Operating System, Other
Operating System (Provide the operating system used during testing to calculate energy consumption.)
Core Speed (gigahertz)
Number of CPU Cores
CPU support for 4 or more channels of memory or a 256 bit or greater memory interface
True, False
Number of 3.5″ hard-disk drives and Others (other than main storage)
Number of 2.5″ hard-disk drives (other than main storage)
Number of solid-state drives (other than main storage)
Number of hybrid solid-state drives (other than main storage)
Nameplate output power of the external power supply (watts) (notebook computers and mobile gaming systems only)
Total Battery Capacity (watt-hours) (notebook computers, portable all-in-one, and mobile gaming systems only)
Discrete GPU(s) present in system
True, False
First Discrete GPU is packaged on the same substrate as the CPU
True, False
First Discrete GPU Frame Buffer Bandwidth (rounded to nearest gigabyte per second)
Total Number of Discrete GPUs
Integrated Display
True, False
(Note: Units with more than one integrated display must certify related data for each screen)
Multi-screen notebook
True, False
Number of integrated screens
Color Gamut (if computer has integrated display)
>32.9% of CIELUV (99% or more of defined sRGB colors), >38.4% of CIELUV (99% or more of defined Adobe RGB colors), <32.9% of CIELUV
Diagonal screen size (inches) (if computer has integrated display)
Viewable screen area (square inches) (if computer has integrated display)
Resolution (megapixels) (if computer has integrated display)
Enhanced Performance (if computer has integrated display)
True, False
Length of time of user inactivity before computer entering sleep (minutes). Do not report a number if the model does not enter sleep.
Length of time of user inactivity before placing display into sleep (minutes). Do not report a number if the model does not enter sleep.
Notebook computer with Cyclical behavior
True, False
Operation of the notebook computer without a battery pack is a supported configuration when connected to the mains power source
True, False
One complete cycle of battery charging and discharging in computer short-idle mode (hours:minutes:seconds) (Applies only to notebook computers with cyclical behavior where operation without a battery pack is not a supported configuration when connected to the mains power source)
Computer short-idle mode test duration (hours:minutes: seconds)
(Applies only to notebook computers with cyclical behavior where operation without a battery pack is not a supported configuration when connected to the mains power source)
One complete cycle of battery charging and discharging in computer long-idle mode (hours: minutes:seconds)
(Applies only to notebook computers with cyclical behavior where operation without a battery pack is not a supported configuration when connected to the mains power source)
Computer long-idle mode test duration (hours:minutes: seconds)
(Applies only to notebook computers with cyclical behavior where operation without a battery pack is not a supported configuration when connected to the mains power source)
One complete cycle of battery charging and discharging in computer sleep mode (hours:minutes: seconds)
(Applies only to notebook computers with cyclical behavior where operation without a battery pack is not a supported configuration when connected to the mains power source)
Computer sleep mode test duration (hours:minutes:seconds) (Applies only to notebook computers with cyclical behavior where operation without a battery pack is not a supported configuration when connected to the mains power source)
One complete cycle of battery charging and discharging in computer off mode (hours: minutes:seconds)
(Applies only to notebook computers with cyclical behavior where operation without a battery pack is not a supported configuration when connected to the mains power source)
Computer off mode test duration (hours:minutes:seconds) (Applies only to notebook computers with cyclical behavior where operation without a battery pack is not a supported configuration when connected to the mains power source)
Wired Ethernet port with a transmit rate of more than 1 Gb/s and less than 10 Gb/s that is not an Add-in card
True, False
Data transmission rate of wired Ethernet port with a transmit rate of more than 1 Gb/s and less than 10 Gb/s that is not an Add-in card (Gb/s)
Energy Efficient Ethernet Capability
True, False
Total Number of Add-in Cards
Total Number of Video Surveillance Cards
Total Number of Wired Ethernet or Fiber Cards with a transmit rate of 10 GB/s or greater
System memory bandwidth (gigabytes/second)
8 gigabytes or more of system memory with a bandwidth of 632 GB/s or more
True, False
8 gigabytes or more of system memory with a bandwidth of 432 GB/s or more
True, False
4 gigabytes or more of system memory with a bandwidth of 146 GB/s or more
True, False
4 gigabytes or more of system memory with a bandwidth of 134 GB/s or more
True, False
Total Number of System Memory Channels Used
First channel system memory type
DDR, GDDR, HBM, Other
First channel system memory bandwidth (GB/s)
First channel system memory (GB)
Second channel system memory type
DDR, GDDR, HBM, Other, None
Second channel system memory bandwidth (GB/s)
Second channel system memory (GB)
Third channel system memory type
DDR, GDDR, HBM, Other, None
Third channel system memory bandwidth (GB/s)
Third channel system memory (GB)
Fourth channel system memory type
DDR, GDDR, HBM, Other, None
Fourth channel system memory bandwidth (GB/s)
Fourth channel system memory (GB)
Fifth channel system memory type
DDR, GDDR, HBM, Other, None
Fifth channel system memory bandwidth (GB/s)
Fifth channel system memory (GB)
Sixth channel system memory type
DDR, GDDR, HBM, Other, None
Sixth channel system memory bandwidth (GB/s)
Sixth channel system memory (GB)
Seventh channel system memory type
DDR, GDDR, HBM, Other, None
Seventh channel system memory bandwidth (GB/s)
Seventh channel system memory (GB)
Eighth channel system memory type
DDR, GDDR, HBM, Other, None
Eighth channel system memory bandwidth (GB/s)
Eighth channel system memory (GB)
Computer sleep mode type
ACPI S3, Other
Computer off mode power (watts)
Computer sleep mode power (watts)
Long-idle power (watts)
Short-idle power (watts)
Expandability Score
Meets full capability mode weighting criteria
True, False
Meets remote wake mode weighting criteria
True, False
Total Annual Energy Consumption (kilowatt hours per year)
Power Supply Meets Table V-9 or Level VI
True, False
Small Volume Manufacturer
True, False
Motherboard model number
Power supply type
Internal, External
Internal power supply size (watts)
Power factor at full load of the computer's power supply that is not a federally regulated external power supply
Motherboard model number
Power supply type
Internal, External
Internal power supply size (watts)
Power factor at full load of the computer's power supply that is not a federally regulated external power supply
Median power factor during short-idle of the computer's power supply that is not a federally regulated external power supply
Power supply model number
W
Small Battery Charger Systems
*Consumer Product Model Number
End use product model number (specify)
Product Type
24-hour charge and maintenance energy
Battery maintenance mode power
No battery mode power
Battery capacity of tested battery (if more than 1 charger port report the total of all battery capacities connected during test)
Inductive charger systems
True, False
Number of charger ports
Compatible battery chemistries
Battery backup or uninterruptible power supply
True, False
Á la carte charger
True, False
USB charger system
True, False
Location of making or labeling
Packaging, Product
Battery Test Procedure Used
Large Battery Charger Systems
Product Type
Charge return factor 100
Charge return factor 80
Charge return factor 40
Power conversion efficiency
Power factor
Maintenance mode power
No battery mode power
Battery capacity of tested battery
Compatible battery chemistries
Consumer Product (T/F)
True, False
Location of marking or labeling
Packaging, Product
Federally Regulated Battery Chargers (manufactured on or after June 13, 2018)
Product Group Code
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Nameplate Battery Voltage of Test Battery in Volts (V)
Nameplate Battery Charge Capacity of Test Battery in Ampere-Hours (Ah)
Nameplate Battery Energy Capacity of Test Battery in Watt-Hours (Wh)
Maintenance Mode Power in Watts (Pm)
Standby Mode Power in Watts (Psb)
Off Mode Power in Watts (Poff)
Battery Discharge Energy in Watt-Hours (Ebatt)
24-Hour Energy Consumption in Watt-Hours (E24)
Duration of the Charge and Maintenance Mode Test in Hours (Tcd)
Unit Energy Consumption (UEC) (kWh/yr)
Manufacturer of Test Battery
Model of Test Battery
Manufacturer of External Power Supply (If Applicable)
Model of External Power Supply (If Applicable)
X
Spray Sprinkler Bodies
Regulation pressure (psi)
Maximum operating pressure (psi)
Percent difference between the initial calibration flow rate and the maximum flow rate at any tested pressure level, averaged for the selected samples at the test pressure levels where the maximum flow rate occurred (percent)
Percent difference between the initial calibration flow rate and the flow rate at each tested pressure level, averaged across all pressure levels and all selected samples (percent)
Average outlet pressure at the initial calibration point of the selected samples (psi)
* “Identifier” information as described in Section 1602(a) of this Article.
1 = Voluntary for federally regulated appliances
2 = Voluntary for state-regulated appliances
3 = Voluntary for single package vertical air conditioners and single package vertical heat pumps only.
3 = For pumps tested to the test methods prescribed in 10 C.F.R. Section III of appendix A to subpart Y of part 431.
4 = For pumps tested to the test methods prescribed in 10 C.F.R. Section IV or V of appendix A to subpart Y of part 431.
5 = For pumps tested to the test methods prescribed in 10 C.F.R. Section VI or VII of appendix A to subpart Y of part 431.
6 = For pumps sold with electric motors regulated by DOE's energy conservation standards for electric motors at § 431.25.
(4) Declaration.
(A) Each statement shall include a declaration, executed under penalty of perjury of the laws of California, that
1. all the information provided in the statement is true, complete, accurate, and in compliance with all applicable provisions of this Article;
2. the requirements of section 1606(g) of this Article have been and are being complied with;
3. for appliances for which there is an energy efficiency, energy consumption, energy design, water efficiency, water consumption, or water design standard in section 1605.1, 1605.2, or 1605.3 of this Article, that the appliance complies with the applicable standards;
4. the appliance was tested under the applicable test method specified in section 1604 of this Article, and, for the following appliances, was tested as follows:
a. for other self-contained commercial refrigerators, refrigerator-freezers, and freezers with doors that are pass-through and roll-through refrigerators and freezers, that the back (loading) doors remained closed throughout the test;
b. for all refrigerators, refrigerator-freezers, and freezers were tested using alternating current electricity only;
c. for all split system central air conditioners and compressor-containing units, these models were tested with the combination of compressor-containing and non-compressor containing unit specified in 10 C.F.R. section 429.16(b)(2);
d. for all gas-fired air conditioners and gas-fired heat pumps, all appliances were tested to ANSI Z21.40.4-1996 as modified by CEC, Efficiency Calculation method for Gas-Fired Heat Pumps as a New Compliance Option (1996);
e. for evaporative coolers, all appliances were tested to the applicable test method referenced in Table D-3 with the modifications appearing in Table D-3;
f. for whole house fans, all appliances were tested to HVI-916, and if equipped with louvers were tested with manufacturer-provided louvers in place;
g. for battery charger systems for which certification is based on testing of representative battery charger system models, the models tested as representative are those known or expected to have the poorest performance characteristics such that the data generated meets the requirements of section 1606(a)(3)(D) of this Article for all associated models; and
h. for kitchen faucets that utilize an optional and temporary higher flow rate than 1.8 gpm, the higher flow rate has been tested utilizing the test procedure identified for kitchen faucets in section 1604(h) of this Article at 60 psi and verified to have a flow rate less than or equal to 2.2 gpm.
i. For state-regulated compressors that are rated using an alternative efficiency determination method (AEDM) in lieu of testing, that the represented value of efficiency, consumption, or other non-energy metrics for the basic model was determined through the alternative efficiency determination method specified in section 1604(s) of this Article.
Exceptions to section 1606(a)(4)(A)4 of this Article: Section 1606(a)(4)(A)4 of this Article is not applicable to the following types of appliances that have no test methods found in section 1604 of this Article:
(1) federally regulated organic light emitting diode (OLED) lamps,
(2) federally regulated candelabra base incandescent lamps,
(3) federally regulated intermediate base incandescent lamps,
(4) traffic signal lamps,
(5) torchieres, and
(6) portable luminaires showing compliance with Sections 1605.3(n)(3)(A)1., 1605.3(n)(3)(A)2., or 1605.3(n)(3)(A)5. of this Article.
5. all units of the appliance are marked as required by section 1607 of this Article, and, for the following appliances, are marked as follows:
a. for all air conditioners, heat pumps, furnaces, boilers, and water heaters that are not subject to NAECA and that comply with the October 29, 2001 provisions in Tables 6.2.1 A through G of ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.1-1999, they are marked, permanently and legibly on an accessible and conspicuous place on the unit, with a statement that the equipment complies with the 2001 requirements of ASHRAE Standard 90.1;
b. for all other air conditioners, heat pumps, furnaces, boilers, and water heaters that are not subject to NAECA and that comply with the October 29, 1999 provisions (but not with the October 29, 2001 provisions) in Tables 6.2.1 A through G shall be marked, permanently and legibly on an accessible and conspicuous place on the unit, with a statement that the equipment complies with the 1999 requirements of ASHRAE Standard 90.1;
c. for all distribution transformers, each appliance has a label or nameplate which states “DOE Compliant” or equivalent;
d. for all illuminated exit signs meeting the criteria of section 1605.1(f) of this Article, each appliance is marked by the manufacturer with a block E inside a circle; the mark commonly referred to as “Circle E.” The size of the mark shall be commensurate with other markings on the sign, but not smaller than 1/4″;
e. for all torchieres, each unit of torchieres and each package containing a torchiere is marked, permanently and legibly on an accessible and conspicuous place on the unit, in characters no less than 1/8″ on the inner surface of the reflector bowl of the torchiere, and 1/4″ on the packaging, “LAMPS MUST TOTAL NO MORE THAN 190 WATTS-TORCHIERE IS NON-COMPLIANT IF IT IS ABLE TO DRAW MORE THAN 190 WATTS.”;
f. for commercial pre-rinse spray valves, each unit is marked, permanently and legibly on an accessible and conspicuous place on the unit, in characters no less than 1/8″, the flow rate of the unit, in gallons-per minute (gpm) at 60 psi;
g. for residential pool pumps, each pool pump is marked permanently and legibly on an accessible and conspicuous place on the unit, in characters no less than ¼ inch if manufactured on or after January 1, 2010, with the statement, “This pump must be installed with a two-, multi-, or variable-speed pump motor controller”;
h. for residential pool pump motors, each pool pump motor is marked permanently and legibly on an accessible and conspicuous place on the unit, in characters no less than 1/4″, with the pool pump motor capacity of the motor.
i. each replacement dedicated-purpose pool pump motor is marked in accordance with subdivision 1607(d)(15) of this Article.
(B) If the manufacturer is a corporation, partnership, or other business entity, the declaration shall be electronically signed by an individual authorized to make the declaration and file the statement on behalf of the business entity, and the declaration shall contain an affirmation that the individual signing is so authorized.
(C) The declaration shall be submitted electronically through the MAEDbS and maintained by the Executive Director for a period of at least ten years, pursuant to the requirements in section 1606(j) of this Article.
(b) Review of Statements by the Executive Director. In this subsection, “manufacturer” also includes a third party filing a statement under section 1606(f) of this Article.
(1) Determination. The Executive Director shall determine whether a statement is complete, accurate, and in compliance with all applicable provisions of this Article, and whether the appliance for which the statement was submitted complies with all applicable standards in sections 1605.1, 1605.2, and 1605.3 of this Article.
(2) Informing Manufacturer and Third Party of Determination.
(A) The Executive Director shall inform the manufacturer's MAEDbS-designated contact person or the third party's MAEDbS-designated contact person, as described in section 1606(f) of this Article, of the determination within 30 calendar days after receipt by the Executive Director.
(B) The Executive Director's determination shall be sent electronically through the MAEDbS to the manufacturer's MAEDbS-designated contact person.
(3) Nature of Determination.
(A) Statement is Incomplete. If the Executive Director determines that a statement is not complete, or that the statement does not contain enough information to determine whether it is accurate or whether the appliance complies with an applicable standard, the Executive Director shall return the statement through the MAEDbS to the manufacturer's MAEDbS-designated contact person with an explanation of its defects and a request for any necessary additional information. The manufacturer shall refile the statement through the MAEDbS with all information requested by the Executive Director. The Executive Director shall review the refiled statement according to the time limits in section 1606(b)(2) of this Article.
(B) Statement is Inaccurate or Appliance Does Not Comply. If the Executive Director determines that the statement is inaccurate or that the appliance does not comply with an applicable standard, the Executive Director shall reject the statement and return it through the MAEDbS to the manufacturer's MAEDbS-designated contact person with an explanation of its defects. The manufacturer may submit a revised statement through the MAEDbS for the appliance at any time.
(C) Statement is Complete and Accurate and Appliance Complies. If the Executive Director determines that the statement is complete and accurate and that the appliance complies with all applicable standards, the Executive Director shall immediately include the appliance in the MAEDbS and shall so inform the manufacturer's MAEDbS-designated contact person. (section 1608(a) of this Article states that no appliance within the scope of these regulations may be sold or offered for sale in California unless the appliance is in the MAEDbS.)
(c) Modernized Appliance Efficiency Database System of Appliance Models.
(1) Creation of the MAEDbS. The Executive Director shall maintain a database known as the Modernized Appliance Efficiency Database System (MAEDbS). The MAEDbS shall consist of two parts:
(A) “Approved MAEDbS.” The Approved MAEDbS shall contain, at least, information on all appliances that are currently in production, for which complete and accurate statements have been received pursuant to section 1606(a) of this Article, and that have not been removed from the MAEDbS pursuant to sections 1606(c)(3), 1606(d)-(e), or 1608(c)-(e) of this Article.
If basic models are certified using an alternate test procedure established pursuant to section 1603(c)(1) of this Article or for which the Executive Director has made a specification under either section 1603(c)(2)(A) or section 1603(c)(2)(B) of this Article, the Approved MAEDbS shall contain a second section which shall contain only those basic models for which certification to an applicable alternate test procedure is made.
(B) “Archived MAEDbS.” The Archived MAEDbS shall contain, at least, information on all appliances that:
1. are no longer in production, for which complete and accurate statements have been received pursuant to section 1606(a) of this Article or
2. have been removed from the Approved MAEDbS pursuant to sections 1606(e)(2) or 1608(c) of this Article.
(2) Status of the MAEDbS. The MAEDbS is the directory published by the Energy Commission within the meaning of Title 24, California Code of Regulations, part 6, Subchapter 1, Section 100(h). The MAEDbS in existence on the effective date of this paragraph is the directory referred to in this paragraph, until that existing MAEDbS is modified by the Executive Director pursuant to this Article.
(3) Confirmation of the MAEDbS Listings. The Executive Director may, by electronically writing (either via e-mail or directly through the MAEDbS) to the most recent electronic address filed pursuant to section 1606(a)(2)(B) of this Article, request each manufacturer of an appliance listed in the MAEDbS to confirm the validity, or to correct in compliance with this Article, all of the information in each of its MAEDbS listings. If within 30 calendar days of the electronic mailing there is no such reply, the appliance shall be removed from the Approved MAEDbS and moved into the Archived MAEDbS, and it may be presumed that the appliance is no longer in production.
(A) If the lack of compliance with any requirements of this Article is strictly limited to non-compliance with standards adopted since the most recent filing by the manufacturer, after initially notifying the manufacturer under the requirements found in section 1606(c)(3) of this Article, all affected models will be moved from the Approved MAEDbS to the Archived MAEDbS without providing any additional electronic notice to the manufacturer. The effective date for moving such affected models to the Archived MAEDbS will be the effective date of the new standard.
(d) Assessment of Completeness, Accuracy, and Compliance of Manufacturer Statements.
(1) Notwithstanding any other provision of these regulations, the Executive Director may at any time challenge the completeness, accuracy, and compliance with the requirements of this Article, of any statement or confirmation filed pursuant to this Section. If the statement is incomplete or inaccurate, or if the Executive Director determines that the statement otherwise fails to comply with any of the requirements of this Article then they shall, ten working days after providing electronic notice via e-mail or directly through the MAEDbS to the person designated in section 1606(a)(2)(B) of this Article, remove the appliance from the MAEDbS described in section 1606(c) of this Article.
(e) Modified and Discontinued Appliances.
(1) If any of the characteristics listed in Table X are changed, the manufacturer shall file a statement containing the identifiers and all the information for the appliance, including all the characteristics that have been changed for the appliance. Upon receipt of such a statement, the Executive Director shall review the statement under section 1606(b) of this Article. If the statement is complete, accurate, in compliance with all applicable standards, the Executive Director shall modify the MAEDbS accordingly.
(A) If no data currently certified for a specific appliance has changed, no notification of modification is necessary, nor will it be accepted in MAEDbS.
(2) After any appliance has ceased being sold or offered for sale in California the manufacturer shall file a statement so stating and only containing the identifiers shown in Table X for the appliance. Upon receipt of such a statement, the Executive Director shall review the statement under section 1606(b) of this Article. If the statement is complete, accurate, and in compliance with all applicable provisions of this Article, the Executive Director shall move the appliance from the Approved MAEDbS to the Archived MAEDbS.
(A) Section 1606(e)(2) of this Article applies either when:
1. a manufacturer or third-party certifier provides information about deleting a model, or
2. Energy Commission Appliance Efficiency Program staff independent of any manufacturer or third-party certifier determine that an appliance has ceased being sold or offered for sale in California.
(3) If a manufacturer of a computer fails to obtain two ISV certifications within 60 days of certifying a computer model or loses ISV certifications such that the computer model no longer meets the definition of a workstation or mobile workstation, that manufacturer shall either file to remove the appliance from the database as described in Section 1606(e)(2) of this Article or shall modify the model certification as described in Section 1606(e)(1) of this Article to comply as a different computer type.
(f) Filing by Third Parties.
(1) A third party may file on behalf of a manufacturer the information required by sections 1606(a)(2), 1606(a)(3), 1606(a)(4), 1606(c)(3), or 1606(e) of this Article if:
(A) before or with its first submittal, the third party submits to the Executive Director through the MAEDbS a declaration, under penalty of perjury, that:
1. the third party has read and understood all the provisions of this Article, of federal law, and of all other documents applicable to each appliance category in sections 1601(a)-(x) of this Article for which the third party will file information, including but not limited to updated test procedures, standards and filing requirements; and
2. the third party is financially and technically capable of complying with the applicable provisions of this Article;
(B) before or with the first submittal made by the third party, the manufacturer submits to the third party and Executive Director through the MAEDbS:
1. a declaration under penalty of perjury,
a. that all information provided to the third party by the manufacturer is true, complete, accurate, and in compliance with all applicable provisions of this Article,
b. that no unmodified model data is being submitted,
c. that on behalf of the manufacturer, the third party is authorized to file information in compliance with the provisions of this Article, and
d. for appliances for which there is an energy efficiency, energy consumption, energy design, water consumption, water efficiency, or water design standard in section 1605.1, 1605.2, or 1605.3 of this Article, that the model complies with the current applicable standards.
(C) the third party submits to the Executive Director through the MAEDbS, in compliance with the requirements of this Article applicable to manufacturer-filed submittals:
1. the information that is required; and
2. a declaration under penalty of perjury that:
a. to the best of the third party's knowledge and belief, the information submitted to the Energy Commission is the same as the information submitted by the manufacturer to the third party;
b. the information is true, complete, accurate, and in compliance with all applicable provisions of this Article; and,
c. for appliances for which there is an energy efficiency, energy design, water consumption, or water efficiency standard in section 1605. 1, 1605.2, or 1605.3 of this Article, the appliance complies with the applicable standards.
(D) the third party provides, upon ten days' written notice from the Executive Director, all information provided by the manufacturer.
(2) Whether a manufacturer files information required by this Section by itself or via a third party, the manufacturer remains responsible for the truth, accuracy, completeness, and timeliness of all required filings.
(3) Upon a finding of noncompliance with an applicable provision of this Article, the Executive Director may suspend a third party from making filings, allow continued filings under specific conditions or remove affected appliances from the MAEDbS.
(4) If the Executive Director has suspended or revoked the approval of a trade association directory under section 1606(h)(2)(B) of this Article, that trade association is prohibited from being approved as a third party until it has obtained re-approval under section 1606(h)(2)(B) of this Article.
(5) The provisions of this Article are applicable to all submittals and filings, whether made by a manufacturer directly or by a third party on behalf of a manufacturer.
(g) Electronic Filing.
(1) Unless otherwise stated in this Article, the statements and other submittals required or allowed by this Article shall be filed electronically to the MAEDbS by all third parties acting under section 1606(f) of this Article so that the electronic filing to the MAEDbS uses a format and characteristics, including without limitation appropriate formatting, that are specified by the Executive Director, and includes a declaration that complies with section 1606(a)(4) of this Article.
(2) Any electronic filing to the MAEDbS constitutes a representation by the person making the filing that:
(A) all applicable requirements of this Article have been met;
(B) the person will electronically acknowledge receipt through the MAEDbS of all electronic communications concerning the filing from the Executive Director through the MAEDbS to the person;
(C) all electronic communications concerning the filing from the Executive Director through the MAEDbS to the person shall be deemed received by the person upon notification to the Executive Director, by the computer from which the Executive Director communication has been sent, that the communication has been sent; and
(D) all electronic communications concerning the filing from the person to the Executive Director shall be deemed received by the Executive Director only upon actual receipt.
(3) At any time the Executive Director may forbid electronic filings by any person, or generically, and may remove affected appliance models from the MAEDbS, if the Executive Director finds that an applicable requirement of this Article is not being met.
(h) Trade Association Directories.
(1) A paper or electronic directory, or a part thereof, published by an appliance trade association may be used for any purpose that the MAEDbS established pursuant to section 1606(c) of this Article is used for, if the Executive Director approves the directory, or part thereof, by determining and confirming that:
(A) the trade association is an approved industry certification program within the MAEDbS and meets all requirements shown in section 1603(b) of this Article for each appliance listed in the directory;
(B) all of the applicable requirements of section 1606(f) of this Article for third party submittals are met for the directory;
(C) the entity submits to the Executive Director:
1. all of the information in the directory, within three working days of the approval of the directory;
2. all of the information in the directory that has changed since the previous submittal, at the end of each month during which there has been any change;
3. a declaration, signed under penalty of perjury of the laws of California, that to the best of the trade association's knowledge and belief:
a. the information in the directory is the same as the information submitted by manufacturers to the trade association;
b. the information is true, complete, accurate, and in compliance with all applicable provisions of this Article;
c. each appliance complies with the applicable standards in section 1605.1 of this Article; and
d. for any appliance for which there is a standard in section 1605.3 of this Article, that the appliance meets all applicable standards unless the directory states, in a format approved by the Executive Director (including without limitation font, type size, and placement in the directory), that it is illegal in California to sell the appliance or offer it for sale.
(D) for each appliance that is listed in a trade association directory, the directory includes all of the following information, where applicable to the appliance:
1. manufacturer
2. brand
3. model number as it appears on the appliance
4. type
5. fuel type
6. voltage
7. electrical phase
8. capacity or other size measurement
9. input
10. output
11. standby consumption, loss, or other similar measurement; and energy efficiency,
12. energy consumption, water efficiency, or water consumption;
(E) the directory contains no appliance in the following categories:
1. an appliance that fails to meet an applicable energy efficiency, energy consumption, energy design, water efficiency, or water consumption standard established in or pursuant to NAECA or EPAct;
2. an appliance for which the manufacturer has stated or certified that the appliance meets an energy efficiency, energy consumption, energy design, water efficiency, or water consumption standard not applicable to it; or
3. an appliance that does not, or an appliance whose manufacturer does not, meet an applicable requirement of this Article, unless the directory states, in a format approved by the Executive Director (including without limitation font, type size, and placement in the directory), that it is illegal in California to sell the appliance or offer it for sale; and
(F) each paper or electronic directory contains the following statement, in at least 20 point bolded type and on the front cover or first page, or in another format and with other characteristics as specified by the Executive Director:
“This directory [insert parts if appropriate] has been approved by the California Energy Commission (Energy Commission) for determining compliance with its appliance efficiency regulations (Title 20, California Code of Regulations, sections 1601-1609) and its building standards (Title 24, California Code of Regulations, part 6). UNLESS INDICATED OTHERWISE, any appliance listed in this directory [insert parts if appropriate] may be sold, offered for sale, or installed in new construction in California. For appliances manufactured by manufacturers participating in this directory, but who have not given authorization for data submittal to the Energy Commission, this directory cannot be used for determining compliance. For information about such appliances, appliances that are beyond the scope of this directory, or appliances produced by manufacturers who do not participate in this directory, please contact the Appliance Efficiency Program at: <appliances@energy.ca.gov>. Manufacturers not granting authorization for data submittal to the Energy Commission as of the publication date of this directory include [list all affected manufacturers]”; and
(G) at the end of each calendar quarter, the trade association provides, at no cost to recipients, an electronic copy of the current directory or supplement or part thereof to the Executive Director and to all California building officials as specified by the Executive Director, and provides to the Executive Director a list of the building officials to whom the directory or supplement was sent.
(2) If the Executive Director at any time determines that an approved trade association directory does not comply with an applicable provision of this Article, or that any information in a trade association directory is substantially incomplete, inaccurate, or not in compliance with an applicable provision of this Article, then:
(A) upon written notice from the Executive Director the trade association shall immediately indicate in the directory, in a format approved by the Executive Director (including without limitation font, type size, and placement in the directory), that it is illegal in California to sell the appliance. In addition, the Executive Director shall remove the appliance from the Energy Commission's MAEDbS established under section 1606(c) of this Article or indicate in the MAEDbS that the appliance cannot legally be sold or offered for sale in California. The appliance shall be removed from, or indicated in, the Energy Commission's MAEDbS and the trade association directory, for at least sixty days, until the end of a proceeding held to consider the matter pursuant to Sections 11445.10-11445.60 of the California Government Code (or, at the third party or affected manufacturer's option, pursuant to Sections 11425.10-11425.60 of the California Government Code); and
(B) the Executive Director may suspend or revoke the approval of the trade association directory; if approval is revoked, the trade association may not seek re-approval for two years after the revocation.
(3) If the Executive Director takes action under sections 1606(b)(3)(A) or (B), or 1608(c), (d), or (e) of this Article, they shall direct that all trade association directories be modified accordingly.
(4) There may be more than one third-party directory for the same appliance.
(i) Retention of Records.
Manufacturers, and third parties or trade associations acting under sections 1606(a), 1606(f), and 1606(g) of this Article, shall retain all data, forms, information, and all other records required by this Article concerning each appliance:
(1) for at least 2 years after the manufacturer informs the Executive Director, in writing, of the cessation of production of the appliance; and
(2) in a manner allowing ready access by the Executive Director on request. The Executive Director shall retain all data, forms, information, and all other records required by this Article concerning each appliance for at least 10 years after the record is initially filed or reconfirmed.
(j) Small Volume Manufacturers.
(1) Entities seeking to be designated as a “small volume manufacturer” for purposes of Section 1605.3(v)(7) of this Article shall certify and retain records to demonstrate the following information:
(A) Gross revenues from the 12-month period preceding the certification from all of the entity's operations, including operations of any other person or business entity that controls, is controlled by, or is under common control of the entity, is $2,000,000 or less; and
(B) The manufacturer assembles and sells the computers at the same location.
(2) If a small volume manufacturer no longer meets one of the requirements to be a small volume manufacturer, the entity shall file to remove itself from the database as a small volume manufacturer within 90 days.
The following documents are incorporated by reference into section 1606.
Number
Title
CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION
California Title 24, part 6, Joint Appendix 8 JA-8 -- 2015
Qualification Requirements for High Efficacy Light Sources
Copies available from:
CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION
ENERGY HOTLINE
1516 NINTH STREET, MS-25
SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA 95814
PHONE: (916) 654-5106
FAX: (916) 654-4304
FEDERAL STATUTES AND REGULATIONS
C.F.R., Title 10, section
Uniform Test Method for Measuring
430.23(ee) (Appendix BB to subpart B of part 430)
The Input Power, Lumen Output, Lamp Efficacy, Correlated Color
(Jan. 1, 2017)
Temperature (CCT), Color Rendering
Index (CRI), Power Factor, Time to
Failure, and Standby Mode Power of
Integrated Light-Emitting Diode
(LED) Lamps
Copies available from:
SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS
U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON, DC 20402
WWW.ECFR.GOV
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL MANUFACTURER'S ASSOCIATION (NEMA)
NEMA SSL 7A (2013)
Phase Cut Dimming for Solid State
Lighting: Basic Compatibility
Copies available from:
NATIONAL ELECTRIC MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION
1300 N. 17TH STREET, SUITE 1847
ROSSLYN, VA 22209
WWW.NEMA.ORG
PHONE: (703) 841-3200
FAX: (703) 841-3300

Credits

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), 25402.5.4 and 25960, Public Resources Code; and Section 16, Governor's Exec. Order No. B-29-15 (April 1, 2015).
History
1. Order of Repeal of subsections (c)(7)(F)1, (c)(7)(F)2 and (d) filed 6-3-85 by OAL pursuant to Government Code section 11349.7; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 85, No. 26). For prior history, see Register 83, No. 18.
2. Amendment of subsection (c)(7)(C) filed 3-3-86; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 86, No. 10).
3. Amendment filed 7-20-87; operative 8-19-87 (Register 87, No. 30).
4. Amendment filed 8-29-88; operative 9-28-88 (Register 88, No. 37).
5. Amendment filed 6-5-90; operative 7-5-90 (Register 90, No. 31).
6. Amendment of subsections (a), (b), (d) and (f) filed 11-6-91; operative 12-6-91 (Register 92, No. 9).
7. Amendment of Table J and subsection (b)(9) filed 7-23-92; operative 8-24-92 (Register 92, No. 35).
8. Repealer and new section filed 10-28-2002; operative 11-27-2002 (Register 2002, No. 44).
9. Amendment of subsections (a) and (a)(3)(D)-(a)(3)(E)3.b., Table U and subsection (b)(2)(A) 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.
10. Certificate of Compliance as to 4-1-2003 order, including amendment of Table U footnote, transmitted to OAL 7-8-2003 and filed 8-19-2003 (Register 2003, No. 34).
11. Amendment of Table U, subdivision P, filed 7-29-2004; operative 8-28-2004 (Register 2004, No. 31).
12. Amendment filed 3-16-2005; operative 4-15-2005 (Register 2005, No. 11).
13. Amendment of Exceptions to subsection (a) and subsection (a)(2)(A), repealer of Exception and new Exceptions 1-3 to subsection (a)(3)(D), amendment of Table V, parts A, C, D, G, K, N and U, new subsections (a)(4)(A)4.-(a)(4)(A)5.h., amendment of subsection (c)(1)(A) and new subsections (f)(1)(F)-(f)(1)(F)4. filed 12-30-2005; operative 1-1-2006 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2005, No. 52).
14. Amendment of Table V-D, V-F, V-G, V-K and V-N and subsection (a)(4)(A)5.f., and amendment of Note filed 12-14-2006; operative 12-14-2006 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2006, No. 50).
15. Amendment of subsection (a) -- Table V and subsections (b)(2)-(b)(2)(A) filed 8-22-2007; operative 9-17-2007 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2007, No. 34).
16. Amendment of subsection (a) -- Table V filed 11-29-2007; operative 12-29-2007 (Register 2007, No. 48).
17. Amendment of subsection (a), and subdivisions thereof, including redesignation of former Table V as new Table X, amendment of subsections (c)(1)(A)-(c)(2), (e)(1)-(2), (f)(1)(A)1. and (f)(1)(F) filed 7-10-2009; operative 8-9-2009 (Register 2009, No. 28).
18. Amendment of subsection (a) -- Table X-K and X-N, new subsection (j) and amendment of Note filed 7-10-2009; operative 8-9-2009 (Register 2009, No. 28).
19. Amendment of subsection (a) -- Table X-V and new subsections (a)(4)(A)5.j.-k. filed 9-1-2010; operative 1-1-2011 (Register 2010, No. 36).
20. New Exception 4 to subsection (a)(3)(D), amendment of subsection (a) -- Table X-L and X-W and new subsection (a)(4)(A)4.m. filed 10-26-2012; operative 1-1-2013 (Register 2012, No. 43).
21. Amendment filed 4-22-2014; operative 7-1-2014 (Register 2014, No. 17).
22. Amendment of subsection (a) -- Table X-H and Table X-I, new subsection (a)(4)(A)4.j. 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).
23. Amendment of subsection (a)(3)(E) -- Table X-H 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).
24. Amendment of subsection (a)(3)(E)--Table X filed 6-30-2016; operative 7-1-2016 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2016, No. 27).
25. Amendment of subsection (k) and list of documents incorporated by reference filed 11-1-2016; operative 1-1-2017 (Register 2016, No. 45).
26. Amendment of subsection (a)(3)(E)--Table X-G filed 3-27-2017 as an emergency; operative 3-27-2017 (Register 2017, No. 13). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 9-25-2017 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
27. Amendment of subsection (a)(3)(E)--Table X-C filed 3-27-2017 as an emergency; operative 3-27-2017 (Register 2017, No. 13). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 9-25-2017 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
28. Amendment of Table X, part V and new subsections (e)(3) and (k)-(k)(2) filed 8-22-2017; operative 10-1-2017 (Register 2017, No. 34).
29. Change without regulator