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§ 1605.3. State Standards for Non-Federally-Regulated Appliances.

20 CA ADC § 1605.3BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS

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Title 20. Public Utilities and Energy
Division 2. State Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission
Chapter 4. Energy Conservation
Article 4. Appliance Efficiency Regulations (Refs & Annos)
20 CCR § 1605.3
§ 1605.3. State Standards for Non-Federally-Regulated Appliances.
(a) Refrigerators, Refrigerator-Freezers, and Freezers.
(1) Energy Efficiency Standard for Wine Chillers. The energy consumption of wine chillers designed and sold for use by an individual shall be no greater than the applicable values shown in Table A-11.
Table A-11
Standards for Wine Chillers
(2) Energy Efficiency Standard for Freezers. The energy consumption of freezers that exceed 30 ft3, do not exceed 39 ft3, are designed and sold for use by an individual consumer, and are manufactured on or after March 1, 2003, shall be no greater than the applicable values shown in Table A-12.
Table A-12
Standards for Freezers that are Consumer Products
(3) Energy Design Standard for Lighting of Cabinets and Wine Chillers Manufactured Before January 1, 2012. Internal illumination of the following appliances, manufactured on or after March 1, 2003, and manufactured before January 1, 2012, shall be only by (1) T-8 fluorescent lamps with electronic ballasts, or (2) a lighting system that has no fewer lumens per watt than a system using only T-8 fluorescent lamps with electronic ballasts.
(A) remote reach-in cabinets with transparent doors; remote pass-through cabinets with transparent doors; and remote roll-in or roll-through cabinets with transparent doors;
(B) cabinets, without doors; and
(C) wine chillers that are not consumer products.
(4) Energy Design Standards for Walk-In Coolers and Walk-In Freezers.
(5) Energy Efficiency Standards for Wine Chillers That Are Not Consumer Products and That Are Manufactured Before January 1, 2012. The daily energy consumption of wine chillers that are not consumer products manufactured on or after the effective dates shown and before January 1, 2012, shall be no greater than the applicable values shown in Table A-13.
Table A-13
Standards for Wine Chillers that are Not Consumer Products and
That Are Manufactured Before January 1, 2012
Maximum Daily Energy Consumption (kWh)
Appliance
Doors
January 1, 2006
January 1, 2007
 
Wine chillers
Solid
0.10V + 2.04
0.10V + 2.04
that are not
consumer products
Transparent
0.172V + 4.77
0.12V + 3.34
(6) Energy Efficiency Standard for Water Dispensers. The standby energy consumption of bottle-type water dispensers, and point of use water dispensers, dispensing both hot and cold water, manufactured on or after January 1, 2006, shall not exceed 1.2 kWh/day.
(7) Other Refrigeration Equipment. See Section 1605.1(a) for energy efficiency standards for refrigerators, refrigerator-freezers, and freezers.
(b) Room Air Conditioners, Room Air-Conditioning Heat Pumps, Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners, and Packaged Terminal Heat Pumps.
See Section 1605.1(b) for energy efficiency standards for room air conditioners, room air conditioning heat pumps, packaged terminal air conditioners, and packaged terminal heat pumps that are federally-regulated consumer products or federally-regulated commercial and industrial equipment.
(c) Central Air Conditioners, Air Filters, and Heat Pump Water-Chilling Packages.
(1) Energy Efficiency Standards for Ground Water-Source Heat Pumps and Ground-Source Heat Pumps. The EER and COP for ground water-source heat pumps and ground-source heat pumps manufactured on or after October 29, 2003, shall be not less than the applicable values shown in Table C-9.
Table C-9
Standards for Ground Water-Source and Ground-Source Heat Pumps
(2) Energy Efficiency Standards for Computer Room Air Conditioners. The EER of evaporatively-cooled computer room air conditioners manufactured on or after the effective dates shown, shall be not less than the applicable values shown in Table C-10.
(A) Computer Room Air Conditioners. See Section 1605.1(c) for energy efficiency standards for air-cooled computer room air conditioners, glycol-cooled computer room air conditioners, and water-cooled computer room air conditioners.
Table C-10
Standards for Evaporatively Cooled Computer Room Air Conditioners
(3) Gas-fired Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps. There is no energy efficiency standard or energy design standard for gas-fired air conditioners or gas-fired heat pumps.
(4) Other Central Air Conditioners. See Sections 1605.1(c) and 1605.2(c) for energy efficiency standards for central air conditioners that are federally-regulated consumer products or federally-regulated commercial and industrial equipment.
(5) Heat Pump Water-Chilling Packages. There is no energy efficiency standard or energy design standard for heat pump water-chilling packages. The performance of each model shall be reported per the requirements of section 1606 for equipment manufactured on or after July 1, 2016.
(d) Spot Air Conditioners, Evaporative Coolers, Ceiling Fans, Ceiling Fan Light Kits, Whole House Fans, Residential Exhaust Fans, and Dehumidifiers.
(1) See Section 1605.1(d) for energy design standards for ceiling fans and ceiling fan light kits.
(2) See Section 1605.1(d) for energy efficiency standards for dehumidifiers.
(3) There are no energy efficiency standards or energy design standards for spot air conditioners, evaporative coolers, whole house fans, or residential exhaust fans. There are no efficiency standards for ceiling fans and ceiling fan light kits.
(e) Gas and Oil Space Heaters and Electric Residential Boilers.
(1) Boilers, Central Furnaces, Duct Furnaces, and Unit Heaters.
(A) The efficiency of boilers, central furnaces, duct furnaces, and unit heaters shall be no less than, and the standby loss shall be not greater than, the applicable values shown in Tables E-7, E-8, and E-9.
Table E-7
Standards for Boilers
Table E-8
Standards for Furnaces
Table E-9
Standards for Duct Furnaces
(B) Natural gas-fired unit duct furnaces manufactured on or after January 1, 2006, shall have either power venting or an automatic flue damper.
(C) See Section 1605.1(e) for design standards for unit heaters effective for models manufactured on or after August 8, 2008.
(2) Oil Wall Furnaces, Oil Floor Furnaces and Infrared Gas Space Heaters. There are no energy efficiency standards or energy design standards for oil wall furnaces, oil floor furnaces, or infrared gas space heaters.
(3) Combination Space-Heating and Water-Heating Appliances.
(A) If part of a combination space-heating and water-heating appliance is a water heater, that part shall comply with the applicable water heater standards in Sections 1605.1(f) and 1605.3(f).
(B) If part of a combination space-heating and water-heating appliance is a furnace, boiler, or other space heater, that part shall comply with the applicable furnace, boiler, or other space heater standards in Sections 1605.1(e) and 1605.3(e).
(C) Water heaters that are federally-regulated appliances, and that are contained in combination space-heating and water-heating appliances that are federally-regulated appliances, are required only to meet the standard for the applicable type of water heater, and are not required to meet any standard for space heaters.
(4) Other Gas and Oil Space Heaters. See Section 1605.1(e) for standards for gas and oil space heaters that are federally-regulated.
(f) Water Heaters.
(1) Hot Water Dispensers and Mini-Tank Electric Water Heaters. The standby loss of hot water dispensers and mini-tank electric water heaters manufactured on or after March 1, 2003 shall be not greater than 35 watts.
EXCEPTION to Section 1605.1(f)(1): Section 1605.3(f)(1) does not apply to any water heater
1. that is within the scope of 42 U.S.C. sections 6292(a)(4) or 6311(1)(F),
2. that has a rated storage volume of less than 20 gallons, and
3. for which there is no federal test method applicable to that type of water heater.
(2) Small Water Heaters that are Not Federally-Regulated Consumer Products. The energy factor of small water heaters manufactured on or after March 1, 2003 that are not federally-regulated consumer products, other than hot water dispensers, booster water heaters, and mini-tank electric water heaters, shall be not less than the applicable values shown in Table F-4.
EXCEPTION to Section 1605.1(f)(2): Section 1605.3(f)(2) does not apply to any water heater:
1. that is within the scope of 42 U.S.C. sections 6292(a)(4) or 6311(1)(F),
2. that has a rated storage volume of less than 20 gallons, and
3. for which there is no federal test method applicable to that type of water heater.
Table F-4
Standards for Small Water Heaters that are Not Federally-Regulated Consumer Products
(3) Energy Efficiency Standards for Combination Space-Heating and Water-Heating Appliances. See Section 1605.3(e)(3) for standards for combination space-heating and water-heating appliances.
(4) Energy Efficiency Standards for Water Heaters. See Section 1605.1(f) for standards for water heaters that are federally-regulated consumer products or federally-regulated commercial and industrial equipment.
(5) Energy Efficiency Standards for Booster Water Heaters. There is no energy efficiency standard or energy design standard for booster water heaters.
(g) Pool Heaters, Portable Electric Spas, Residential Pool Pump and Motor Combinations, and Replacement Residential Pool Pump Motors.
(1) Energy Design Standard for Natural Gas Pool Heaters. Natural gas pool heaters shall not be equipped with constant burning pilots.
(2) Energy Design Standard for Heat Pump Pool Heaters. Heat pump pool heaters shall have a readily accessible on-off switch that is mounted on the outside of the heater and that allows shutting off the heater without adjusting the thermostat setting.
(3) Energy Efficiency Standard for Heat Pump Pool Heaters. For heat pump pool heaters manufactured on or after March 1, 2003, the average of the coefficient of performance (COP) at Standard Temperature Rating and the coefficient of performance (COP) at Low Temperature Rating shall be not less than 3.5.
(4) Energy Efficiency Standards for Gas and Oil Pool Heaters. See Section 1605.1(g) for energy efficiency standards for gas and oil pool heaters that are federally-regulated consumer products.
(5) Residential Pool Pump and Motor Combinations, and Replacement Residential Pool Pump Motors.
(A) Motor Efficiency. Pool pump motors manufactured on or after January 1, 2006 may not be split-phase or capacitor start - induction run type.
(B) Two-, Multi-, or Variable-Speed Capability.
1. Residential Pool Pump Motors . Residential pool pump motors with a pool pump motor capacity of 1 HP or greater which are manufactured on or after January 1, 2010, shall have the capability of operating at two or more speeds with a low speed having a rotation rate that is no more than one-half of the motor's maximum rotation rate. The pump motor must be operated with a pump control that shall have the capability of operating the pump at least at two speeds.
2. Pump Controls. Pool pump motor controls manufactured on or after January 1, 2008 that are sold for use with a two- or more speed pump shall have the capability of operating the pool pump at least at two speeds. The control's default circulation speed setting shall be no more than one-half of the motor's maximum rotation rate. Any high speed override capability shall be for a temporary period not to exceed one 24-hour cycle without resetting to default settings.
(6) Portable Electric Spas.
(A) The normalized standby power, as defined in Section 1604(g)(2)(A)9., of portable electric spas manufactured on or after January 1, 2006, shall be no greater than 5(V2/3) watts, where V = the fill volume, in gallons.
(B) The normalized standby power, as defined in Table G-3, of portable electric spas manufactured on or after June 1, 2019, shall be no greater than the applicable values shown in Table G-3.
Table G-3
Standards for Portable Electric Spas
(h) Plumbing Fittings.
(1) Tub Spout Diverters and Showerhead Tub Spout Diverter Combinations. The leakage rate of tub spout diverters manufactured on or after March 1, 2003 shall be not greater than the applicable values shown in Table H-2. Showerhead tub spout diverter combinations shall meet both the standard for showerheads and the standard for tub spout diverters.
Table H-2
Standards for Tub Spout Diverters
Maximum Leakage Rate
Appliance
Testing Conditions
 
When new
0.01 gpm
Tub spout diverters
After 15,000
0.05 gpm
cycles of diverting
 
(2) Lavatory Faucets and Aerators. The flow rate of lavatory faucets and lavatory replacement aerators shall be not greater than the applicable values shown in Table H-3.
Table H-3:
Standards for Lavatory Faucets and Aerators
(3) Kitchen Faucets and Aerators and Public Lavatory Faucets and Aerators. The flow rate of kitchen faucets, kitchen replacement aerators, public lavatory faucets, and public lavatory replacement aerators shall be not greater than the applicable values shown in Table H-4.
(A) For the plumbing fittings identified in Table H-4, noncompliant products may not be sold or offered for sale on or after January 1, 2016, regardless of manufacture date.
Table H-4:
Standards for Kitchen Faucets and Aerators and Public Lavatory Faucets and Aerators
(4) Commercial Pre-rinse Spray Valves.
(A) Commercial pre-rinse spray valves manufactured on or after January 1, 2006, shall be capable of cleaning 60 plates in an average time of not more than 30 seconds per plate.
(B) See Section 1605.1(h) for water consumption standards for commercial pre-rinse spray valves.
(5) Showerheads. The flow rate of showerheads shall be not greater than the applicable values shown in Table H-5.
Table H-5:
Standards for Showerheads
1 The maximum flow rate shall be the highest value obtained through testing at a flowing pressure of 80 ± 1 psi and shall not exceed the maximum flow rate in Table H-5.
2 Minimum flow rate. The minimum flow rate, determined through testing at a flowing pressure of 20 ± 1 psi, shall be not less than 60 percent of the flow rate reported by the manufacturer pursuant to section 1606(a). The minimum flow rate determined through testing at a flowing pressure of 45 and 80 ± 1 psi shall be not less than 75 percent of the flow rate reported by the manufacturer pursuant to section 1606(a).
3 Showerheads with multiple nozzles. The total flow rate of showerheads with multiple nozzles must be less than or equal to the maximum flow rate in Table H-5 when any or all the nozzles are in use at the same time.
(6) Other Plumbing Fittings. See Section 1605.1(h) for water efficiency standards for plumbing fittings that are federally-regulated consumer products.
(i) Plumbing Fixtures.
(1) The water consumption of water closets, and urinals, other than those designed and marketed exclusively for use at prisons or mental health care facilities, shall be no greater than the values shown in Table I-2.
Table I-2
Standards for Plumbing Fixtures
(2) Water closets sold or offered for sale or after January 1, 2016, shall pass the Waste Extraction Test (Section 7.10) of ASME A112.19.2.
(j) Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts and Deep-Dimming Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts.
(1) Deep-Dimming Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts. Deep-dimming fluorescent lamp ballasts manufactured on or after July 1, 2016 shall meet the following energy conservation standards:
(A) Shall not consume more than 1 watt in standby mode;
(B) Shall have a power factor of 0.9 or greater; and
(C) Shall have a weighted ballast lumenous efficacy greater than or equal to the threshold described in the following equation:
*AP100 is shorthand for maximum arc power as defined in section 1602 and discussed in section 1604.
(2) See Section 1605.1(j) for energy efficiency standards for fluorescent lamp ballasts that are federally-regulated consumer products.
(k) Lamps.
(1) State-Regulated Incandescent Reflector Lamps.
The average lamp efficacy of state-regulated incandescent reflector lamps manufactured on or after January 1, 2008 shall be not less than the applicable values shown in Table K-10.
Table K-10
Standards for State-Regulated Incandescent Reflector - Lamps
Rated Lamp Wattage
Minimum Average Lamp Efficacy (LPW)
40-50
10.5
51-66
11.0
67-85
12.5
86-115
14.0
116-155
14.5
156-205
15.0
EXCEPTIONS to Section 1605.3(k)(1): Section 1605.3(k)(1) does not apply to the following incandescent reflector lamps.
1. ≤ 45 watt R-20 (reflector, 2.5″ diameter)
2. ≤ 50 watt ER-30 (ellipsoidal reflector, 3.75″ diameter)
3. ≤ 50 watt ER-40 (ellipsoidal reflector, 5.00″ diameter)
4. 65 watt ER-40 (ellipsoidal reflector, 5.00″ diameter)
5. ≤ 50 watt BR-30 (bulge reflector, 3.75″ diameter)
6. ≤ 50 watt BR-40 (bulge reflector, 5.00″ diameter)
7. 65 watt BR-30 (bulge reflector, 3.75″ diameter)
8. 65 watt BR-40 (bulge reflector, 5.00″ diameter)
(2) Standards for State-Regulated LED Lamps, State-Regulated General Service Incandescent Lamps, General Service Lamps, and Modified Spectrum Incandescent Lamps. The energy consumption rate of state-regulated general service incandescent lamps, general service lamps, and modified spectrum general service incandescent lamps manufactured on or after the effective dates shown in Tables K-11, K-12, and K-13 shall meet the standards shown in these Tables. The energy consumption rate of state-regulated LED lamps with a lumen output of 150 lumens or greater for candelabra bases, or 200 lumens or greater for other bases, manufactured on or after the effective dates shown in Table K-14 shall meet the standards shown in that table.
Table K-11: Standards for State-Regulated General Service Incandescent Lamps - Tier I
Rated Lumen
Maximum Rated
Minimum Rated
Wattage
Lifetime
Effective Date
Effective Date
1490-2600 Lumens
72 watts
1,000 Hours
Jan, 1, 2011
1050-1489 Lumens
53 watts
1,000 Hours
Jan 1, 2012
750-1049 Lumens
43 watts
1,000 Hours
Jan 1, 2013
310-749 Lumens
29 watts
1,000 Hours
Jan 1, 2013
Table K-12: Standards for State-Regulated General Service Lamps - Tier II
Lumen
Minimum Lamp
Minimum Rated
Ranges
Efficacy
Lifetime
Effective Date
 
All
45 lumens per watt
1,000 Hours
Jan, 1, 2018
 
(A) These standards apply to each lamp that:
1. is intended for a general service or general illumination application (whether incandescent or not);
2. has a medium screw base or any screw base not defined in ANSI C81.61-2006;
3. is capable of being operated at a voltage at least partially within the range of 110 to 130 volts; and
4. is manufactured or imported after December 31, 2010.
(B) Each lamp described in Section 1605.3(k)(3)(A) shall have a color rendering index that is greater than or equal to:
1. 80 for nonmodified spectrum lamps; or
2. 75 for modified spectrum lamps.
Table K-13: Standards for State-Regulated Modified Spectrum General Service Incandescent Lamps - Tier I
Rated Lumen
Maximum Rated
Minimum Rated
Ranges
Wattage
Lifetime
Effective Date
1118-1950 Lumens
72 watts
1,000 Hours
Jan 1, 2011
788-1117 Lumens
53 watts
1,000 Hours
Jan 1, 2012
563-787 Lumens
43 watts
1,000 Hours
Jan 1, 2013
232-562 Lumens
29 watts
1,000 Hours
Jan 1, 2013
(C) State-regulated LED lamps with lumen output of 150 lumens or greater for candelabra bases, or 200 lumens or greater for other bases, and manufactured on or after January 1, 2018 shall have:
(1) A color point that meets the requirements in Table 1 of Annex B of ANSI C78.377-2015 for color targets and color consistency.
(2) A CRI (Ra) of 82 or greater.
(3) Individual color scores of R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, R6, R7, and R8 of 72 or greater.
(4) A power factor of 0.7 or greater.
(5) A rated life of 10,000 hours or greater as determined by the lumen maintenance and time to failure test procedure.
(6) State-regulated LED lamps that have an ANSI standard lamp shape of A shall meet the omnidirectional light distribution requirements of ENERGY STAR's Product Specification for Lamps Version 2.0 (December 2015).
(7) State-regulated LED lamps that have an ANSI standard lamp shape of B, BA, C, CA, F, or G shall meet the decorative light distribution requirements of ENERGY STAR's Product Specification for Lamps Version 1.1 (August 2014).
(D) In addition to the requirements in section 1605.3(k)(2)(C), state-regulated LED lamps manufactured on or after July 1, 2019 shall have a standby mode power of 0.2 watts or less.
Table K-14
Standards for State-regulated LED Lamps
(3) State-regulated Small Diameter Directional Lamps. State-regulated small diameter directional lamps manufactured on or after January 1, 2018 must have a rated life of 25,000 hours or greater as determined by the lumen maintenance and time to failure test procedure and meet one of the following requirements:
(A) have luminous efficacy of at least 80 lumens per watt.
(B) have a minimum luminous efficacy of 70 lumens per watt or greater and a minimum compliance score of 165 or greater, where compliance is calculated as the sum of the luminous efficacy and CRI.
(4) GU-24 Base Lamps. GU-24 base lamps shall not be incandescent lamps.
(5) See Section 1605.1(k) for energy efficiency standards for federally-regulated lamps.
(l) Emergency Lighting and Self-Contained Lighting Controls.
(1) Illuminated Exit Signs. See Section 1605.1(l) for energy efficiency standards for illuminated exit signs.
(2) Self Contained Lighting Controls manufactured on or after February 1, 2013.
(A) All Self-Contained Lighting Controls.
1. The manufacturer shall provide instructions for installation and start-up calibration of all self-contained lighting control devices.
2. If indicator lights are integral to a self-contained lighting control system, such indicator lights shall consume no more than 1 watt of power per indicator light.
(B) Automatic Time-Switch Controls.
1. Residential automatic time-switch controls labeled for use with lighting shall have program backup capabilities that prevent the loss of the device's schedule for at least 7 days, and the device's date and time for at least 72 hours if power is interrupted.
2. Commercial automatic time-switch controls labeled for use with lighting shall:
a. have program backup capabilities that prevent the loss of the device's schedule for at least 7 days, and the device's date and time for at least 72 hours if power is interrupted;
b. be capable of providing manual override to each connected load and shall resume normally scheduled operation after manual override is initiated within 2 hours for each connected load; and
c. incorporate an automatic holiday shutoff feature that turns off all connected loads for at least 24 hours and then resumes normally scheduled operation.
(C) Astronomical Time-Switch Controls. Astronomical time-switch controls shall:
1. meet the requirements of an automatic time-switch control;
2. have sunrise and sunset prediction accuracy within plus-or-minus 15 minutes and timekeeping accuracy within 5 minutes per year;
3. be capable of displaying date, current time, sunrise time, sunset time, and switching times for each step during programming;
4. have an automatic daylight savings time adjustment; and
5. have the ability to independently offset the on and off for each channel by at least 99 minutes before and after sunrise or sunset.
(D) Automatic Daylight Controls. Automatic daylight controls shall:
1. be capable of reducing the power consumption in response to measured daylight either directly or by sending and receiving signals;
2. comply with Section 1605.3(l)(2)(F) of this Article if the daylight control is capable of directly dimming lamps;
3. automatically return to its most recent time delay settings within 60 minutes when put in calibration mode;
4. have a set point control that easily distinguishes settings to within 10 percent of full scale adjustment;
5. have a light sensor that has a linear response within 5 percent accuracy over the range of illuminance measured by the light sensor;
6. have a light sensor that is physically separated from where the calibration adjustments are made, or is capable of being calibrated in a manner that the person initiating the calibration is remote from the sensor during calibration to avoid influencing calibration accuracy; and
7. comply with Section 1605.3(l)(2)(E) of this Article if the device contains a photo control component.
(E) Photo Controls.
1. A photo control shall not have a mechanical device that permits disabling of the control.
(F) Dimmer Controls.
1. All dimmer controls shall:
a. be capable of reducing power consumption by a minimum of 65 percent when the dimmer is at its lowest level;
b. include an off position which produces a zero lumen output; and
c. not consume more than 1 watt per lighting dimmer switch leg when in the off position.
2. Dimmer controls that can directly control lamps shall provide electrical outputs to lamps for reduced flicker operation through the dimming range so that the light output has an amplitude modulation of less than 30 percent for frequencies less than 200 Hz without causing premature lamp failure.
3. Wall box dimmers and associated switches designed for use in three way circuits shall be capable of turning lights off, and to the level set by the dimmer if the lights are off.
(G) Occupant sensing devices.
1. All occupant sensing devices shall:
a. be capable of automatically turning off controlled lights in an area no more than 30 minutes after the area has been vacated;
b. allow all lights to be manually turned off regardless of the status of occupancy; and
c. have a visible status signal that indicates that the device is operating properly, or that it has failed or malfunctioned. The visible status signal may have an override switch that turns off the signal.
2. All occupant sensing devices that utilize ultrasonic radiation for detection of occupants shall:
a. comply with 21 C.F.R. part 1002.12; and
b. emit no audible sound, and shall not emit ultrasound in excess of the decibel levels shown in Table L-1 measured no more than five feet from the source, on axis.
TABLE L-1
Ultrasound Maximum Decibel Values
Mid-frequency of Sound Pressure
Maximum db Level within
Third-Octave Band
third-Octave Band
(in kHz)
(in dB reference 20 micropascals)
Less than 20
80
20 or more to less than 25
105
25 or more to less than 31.5
110
31.5 or more
115
3. All occupant sensing devices that utilize microwave radiation for detection of occupants shall:
a. comply with 47 C.F.R. parts 2 and 15; and
b. not emit radiation in excess of 1 milliwatt per square centimeter measured at no more than 5 centimeters from the emission surface of the device.
4. Occupant sensing devices incorporating dimming shall comply with the requirements for dimmer controls in Section 1605.3(l)(2)(F) of this Article
5. Motion sensors shall be rated for outdoor use as specified by the National Electric Code 2002, Section 410.4(A).
6. “Partial off” shall have dimming functionality or shall incorporate the following functionalities:
a. have two poles;
b. have one pole that is manual-on and manual-off; and
c. have one pole that is automatic-on and automatic-off and shall not be capable of conversion by the user to manual-on only functionality.
7. “Partial on” shall have dimming functionality or shall incorporate the following functionalities:
a. have two poles each with automatic-off functionality;
b. have one pole that is manual-on and shall not incorporate DIP switches, or other manual means, for conversion between manual and automatic functionality; and
c. have one pole that is automatic-on and shall not be capable of conversion by the user to manual-on functionality.
8. Vacancy sensors shall:
a. not turn on lighting automatically and shall not incorporate DIP switches, or other manual means, for conversion between manual and automatic functionality;
b. have a grace period of no more than 30 seconds and no less than 15 seconds to turn on lighting automatically after the sensor has timed out; and
c. not have an override switch that disables the sensor.
(m) Traffic Signal Modules and Traffic Signal Lamps.
(1) Traffic Signal Modules for Pedestrian Control. The power consumption of traffic signal modules for pedestrian control manufactured on or after January 1, 2006 shall be not greater than the applicable values shown in Table M-2 when tested at the temperatures shown.
Table M-2
Standards for Traffic Signal Modules for Pedestrian Control Sold or Offered for Sale in California
(2) See Section 1605.1(m) for energy efficiency standards for federally regulated traffic signal modules for vehicle control and federally regulated traffic signal modules for pedestrian control.
(n) Luminaires and Torchieres.
(1) Energy Efficiency Standard for Metal Halide Luminaires. Metal halide luminaires rated at least partially within the range of 150 to 500 watts shall not have probe-start ballasts and shall comply with Section 1605.3(n)(1)(A) as applicable:
(A) The requirements for metal halide luminaires are as follows:
1. Indoor metal halide luminaires manufactured on or after January 1, 2010 shall comply with at least one compliance option of Section 1605.3(n)(1)(B).
2. Indoor metal halide luminaires manufactured on or after January 1, 2015 shall comply with Section 1605.3(n)(1)(B)4, and shall also comply with at least one other compliance option of Section 1605.3(n)(1)(B).
3. Outdoor metal halide luminaires manufactured on or after January 1, 2010, may comply with Section 1605.3(n)(1)(B)3, and shall comply with at least one other compliance option of Section 1605.3(n)(1)(B).
(B) Metal halide luminaires shall meet one of the following compliance options:
1. A minimum ballast efficiency of:
i. 90 percent for 150 to 250 watt lamps; or
ii. 92 percent for 251 to 500 watt lamps.
2. A minimum ballast efficiency of 88 percent and an occupant sensor which is an integral control as defined in Section 1602(n) of this Article, shipped with the factory default setting to automatically reduce lamp power through dimming by a minimum of 40 percent within 30 minutes or less after an area has been vacated;
3. A minimum ballast efficiency of 88 percent and an automatic daylight control which is an integral control as defined in Section 1602(n) of this Article, shipped with the factory default setting to automatically reduce lamp power through dimming by a minimum of 40 percent;
4. A minimum ballast efficiency of 88 percent and a relamping rated wattage within only one of the four wattage bins specified in subsections (i) through(iv) below. The luminaire shall be able to operate lamps within only one of the four wattage bins and shall not be rated for any lamp wattage outside of that wattage bin. The luminaire shall have a permanent, pre-printed factory-installed label that states the relamping rated wattage.
i. 150-160 watts; or
ii. 200-215 watts; or
iii. 290-335 watts
iv. 336-500 watts, provided that when a luminaire is able to operate 336 to 500 watt lamps, the luminaire shall be prepackaged and sold together with at least one lamp per socket, having a minimum lamp mean efficacy of 80 lumens per watt based on published mean lumens and rated lamp power (watts).
EXCEPTIONS to Sections 1605.3(n)(1): The following metal halide lighting systems shall not have probe-start ballasts and are not required to meet the minimum ballast efficiency requirements:
1. Luminaires that use regulated lag ballasts;
2. Luminaires that use electronic ballasts which operate at 480 volts; or
3. Luminaires that meet all three of the following requirements:
a. Are rated for use only with 150 watt lamps, and
b. Are rated for use in wet locations, as specified by the National Electrical Code 2002, Section 410.4(A); and
c. Contain a ballast that is rated to operate at ambient air temperatures above 50 degrees C, as specified by UL 1029-2001.
(2) Energy Efficiency Standards for Under-Cabinet Luminaires. Under-cabinet luminaires that are equipped with T-8 fluorescent lamps and that are designed to be attached to office furniture and that are manufactured on or after January 1, 2006 shall be equipped with ballasts that have a ballast efficacy factor not less than the applicable values shown in Table N-1.
Under-cabinet luminaires that are equipped with GU-24 sockets manufactured on or after January 1, 2010 shall not be rated for use with incandescent lamps of any type, including line voltage or low voltage.
EXCEPTION 1 to Section 1605.3(n)(2): Section 1605.3(n)(2) does not apply to luminaires equipped with T-8 ballasts designed for dimming.
EXCEPTION 2 to Section 1605.3(n)(2):
Section 1605.3(n)(2) does not apply to luminaires that are:
(a) specifically and exclusively designed for use in applications where electromagnetic interference from electronic ballasts would interfere with critical, sensitive instrumentation and equipment such as medical imaging devices; and
(b) clearly, legibly, and permanently labeled, in at least 12 point type and in a place likely to be seen by the purchaser and the installer, “This ‘luminaire’ or ‘fixture’ is intended exclusively for use in applications where critical, sensitive equipment would be adversely affected by electronic lamp ballast electromagnetic radiation”.
Table N-1
Standards for Under-Cabinet Luminaires
(3) Portable Luminaires.
(A) Portable luminaires manufactured on or after January 1, 2010 shall meet one or more of the following requirements:
1. Be equipped with a dedicated fluorescent lamp socket connected to a high frequency electronic ballast contained within the portable luminaire;
2. Be equipped with one or more GU-24 line-voltage sockets and not rated for use with incandescent lamps of any type, including line voltage or low voltage;
3. Be an LED luminaire or a portable luminaire with an LED light engine with integral heat sink, and comply with the minimum requirements shown in Table N-2;
Table N-2
Minimum Requirements for Portable LED Luminaires, and Portable Luminaires with LED Light Engines with Integral Heat Sink
4. Be equipped with an E12, E17, or E26 screw-based socket and be prepackaged and sold together with one screw-based compact fluorescent lamp or screw-based LED lamp for each screw-based socket on the portable luminaire. The compact fluorescent or LED lamps which are prepackaged with the portable luminaire shall be fully compatible with the luminaire controls, meaning that portable luminaires having a dimmer control shall be prepackaged with dimmable compact fluorescent or LED lamps, and portable luminaires having 3-way controls shall be prepackaged with 3-way compact fluorescent or LED lamps. The compact fluorescent lamps which are prepackaged with the luminaires shall also meet the minimum energy efficiency levels established by ENERGY STAR® for compact fluorescent lamps in effect on December 31, 2008. The LED lamps required to be packaged with the luminaire shall comply with the minimum requirements for state-regulated LED lamps in sections 1601 through 1607 of this article;
5. Be equipped with one or more single-ended, non-screw based halogen lamp sockets (line or low voltage), a dimmer control or high low control, and be rated for a maximum of 100W.
EXCEPTIONS to Section 1605.3(n)(3). The following portable luminaires are not required to be prepackaged and sold together with compact fluorescent or LED lamps:
1. Portable Wall Mount Adjustable Luminaires that meet all of the following requirements: Designed only to be mounted on a wall, having no base which will allow the luminaire to stand on a horizontal surface, having an articulated arm, having a maximum overall length of 24 inches in any direction, fitted only with a single E-12, E-17 or E-26 lamp socket per luminaire, and controlled with an integral dimmer. Luminaires manufactured on or before December 31, 2011 shall have a maximum relamping rated wattage of 57 watts, and luminaires manufactured on or after January 1, 2012 shall have a maximum relamping rated wattage of 43 watts, as listed on a permanent pre-printed factory-installed label in accordance with Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 153.
2. Art Work Luminaires that meet all of the following requirements: Designed only to be mounted directly to art work only for the purpose of illuminating that art work, fitted only with E-12 screw-base line-voltage sockets, having no more than three sockets per luminaire, and controlled with an integral high/low switch. Luminaires with a single socket shall have a maximum relamping rated wattage of 25 watts, and luminaires with two or three sockets shall have a maximum relamping rated wattage of 15 watts per socket, as listed on a permanent pre-printed factory-installed label in accordance with Underwriters Laboratories (UL) 153.
(B) Portable luminaires that have internal power supplies shall have zero standby power when the luminaire is turned off.
(4) GU-24 adaptors. GU-24 adaptors manufactured on or after January 1, 2010 shall not adapt a GU-24 socket to any other line voltage socket.
(5) See Section 1605.1(n) for energy efficiency standards for federally regulated metal halide lamp fixtures manufactured on or after January 1, 2009, and torchieres.
(o) Dishwashers.
See Section 1605.1(o) for energy efficiency standards for dishwashers that are federally-regulated consumer products.
(p) Clothes Washers.
(1) Commercial Clothes Washers. See Section 1605.1(p) for energy efficiency standards and water efficiency standards for commercial clothes washers.
(2) Other Clothes Washers. See Section 1605.1(p) and 1605.2(p) for energy efficiency standards and energy design standards for clothes washers that are federally-regulated consumer products.
(q) Clothes Dryers.
See Section 1605.1(q) for energy efficiency standards and energy design standards for clothes dryers that are federally-regulated consumer products.
(r) Cooking Products and Food Service Equipment.
(1) Energy Standards for Food Service Equipment. There is no energy efficiency standard or energy design standard for food service equipment other than commercial hot food holding cabinets.
(2) Energy Efficiency Standards for Commercial Hot Food Holding Cabinets. The idle energy rate of commercial hot food holding cabinets manufactured on or after January 1, 2006 shall be no greater than 40 watts per cubic foot of measured interior volume.
(3) Cooking Products. See Section 1605.1(r) for energy efficiency standards and energy design standards for cooking products that are federally-regulated consumer products.
(s) Electric Motors.
See Section 1605.1(s) for energy efficiency standards for electric motors that are federally-regulated commercial and industrial equipment.
(t) Distribution Transformers.
See Section 1605.1(t) for energy efficiency standards for low-voltage dry-type distribution transformers, liquid-immersed distribution transformers, and medium-voltage dry-type distribution transformers.
(u) Power Supplies.
The efficiency in the active mode of state-regulated external power supplies, manufactured on or after the effective dates shown when tested at 115 volts at 60 Hz, shall be not less than the applicable values shown (expressed as the decimal equivalent of a percentage); and the energy consumption in the no-load mode of power supplies manufactured on or after the effective dates when tested at 115 volts at 60 Hz, shown shall be not greater than the applicable values shown in Table U-3 and Table U-4.
EXCEPTION to Section 1605.3(u): A power supply that is made available by a manufacturer directly to a consumer or to a service or repair facility after and separate from the original sale of the product requiring the power supply as a service part, or spare part shall not be required to meet the Standards for Power Supplies in Table U-3 and Table U-4 until five years after the effective dates indicated in Table U-3 and Table U-4.
Table U-3
Standards for State-Regulated External Power Supplies
Effective January 1, 2007 for external power supplies used with laptop computers, mobile phones, printers, print servers, scanners, personal digital assistants (PDAs), and digital cameras.
Effective July 1, 2007 for external power supplies used with wireline telephones and all other applications.
Table U-4
Standards for State-Regulated External Power Supplies
Effective July 1, 2008
(v) Computers, Computer Monitors, Televisions, Signage Displays, and Consumer Audio and Video Equipment.
(1) Consumer Audio and Video Equipment. The power usage of consumer audio and video equipment manufactured on or after the effective dates shown shall be not greater than the applicable values shown in Table V-2. For equipment that consists of more than one individually powered product, each with a separate main plug, the individually powered products shall each have a power usage not greater than the applicable values shown in Table V-2.
Table V-2
Standards for Consumer Audio and Video Equipment
Appliance Type
Effective Date
Maximum Power Usage (Watts)
 
Compact Audio
January 1, 2007
2 W in Audio standby-passive mode
Products
for those without a permanently
illuminated clock display
4 W in Audio standby-passive mode
for those with a permanently
illuminated clock display
 
Digital Versatile
January 1, 2006
3 W in Video standby-passive
Disc Players and
mode
Digital Versatile
Disc Recorders
 
(2) Televisions and Signage Displays. All televisions and signage displays manufactured on or after the effective dates shall meet the requirements shown in Table V-3.
(3) In addition, televisions and signage displays manufactured on or after January 1, 2011 shall meet the requirements shown in Sections 1605.3(v)(3)(A) and 1605.3(v)(3)(B) and 1605.3(v)(3)(C) of this Article.
(A) A television or signage display shall automatically enter TV standby-passive mode or standby-active mode after a maximum of 15 minutes without video or audio input on the selected input mode.
(B) A television or signage display shall enter TV standby-passive mode when turned off by remote or integrated button/switch.
(C) The peak luminance of the product in “home” mode, or in the default mode as shipped, shall not be less than 65% of the peak luminance of the “retail” mode, or the brightest selectable preset mode, of the product.
Table V-3
Standards for Televisions and Signage Displays
(D) EXCEPTIONS to Sections 1605.3(v)(2) and 1605.3(v)(3):
1. Professional signage displays.
(4) Computer monitors. Computer monitors manufactured on or after July 1, 2019, shall comply with all of the following:
(A) The computer monitor on-mode power draw shall be less than or equal to the following equation with each of the applicable allowances applied at most once:
Eon < (Eon_max + EEP + EGame + EOLED + ECurve)
Where: Eon is the computer monitor on-mode power draw in watts as determined under Section 1604(v)(4),
Eon_max is the maximum on-mode power draw in watts as determined by Table V-4,
EEP is the enhanced performance display allowance in watts as determined in Table V-5,
EGame is the gaming monitor allowance in watts as determined in Table V-5,
EOLED is the OLED monitor allowance in watts as determined in Table V-5, and
ECurve is the curved monitor allowance in watts as determined in Table V-5.
(B) Consume less than or equal to 1.2 watts in computer monitor sleep mode and computer monitor off mode power combined.
(C) Be shipped with a screen luminance less than or equal to 200 cd/m2 ± 35 percent. A manufacturer may ship with additional features enabled, even if they were turned off in testing.
(D) Computer monitors with touch screen capability are allowed an additional 1 watt allowance per mode in modes where touch functionality is enabled.
Table V-4
Power Consumption Standards for Computer Monitors
Table V-5
List of Potentially Applicable Allowances
(E) EXCEPTIONS to Section 1605.3(v)(4): The following computer monitors are not required to comply with Section 1605.3(v)(4) but shall comply with the test procedures in Section 1604(v)(4), the certification requirements in Section 1606, and the marking requirements in Section 1607:
1. KVMs.
2. KMMs.
3. Very high performance monitors.
(F) EXCEPTION to Section 1605.3(v)(4): Medical computer monitors are not required to comply with Section 1605.3(v)(4) or the test procedures in Section 1604(v)(4) but shall comply with the certification requirements in Section 1606 and the marking requirements in Section 1607.
(5) Desktop computers, thin clients, mobile gaming systems, portable all-in-ones, and notebook computers. Desktop computers, thin clients, mobile gaming systems, portable all-in-ones, and notebook computers manufactured on or after January 1, 2019, shall:
(A) Comply with Table V-7; and
(B) Be shipped with power management settings that do both of the following:
1. Transition the computer into either the computer sleep mode or computer off mode measured in Section 1604(v)(5) within 30 minutes of user inactivity. If the transition is to a computer sleep mode, that sleep mode shall either:
a. Be a computer sleep mode as described in ACPI as S3; or
b. Consume power less than or equal to the values shown in Table V-6.
2. Transition connected displays into sleep mode within 15 minutes of user inactivity.
(C) If the model is shipped at the purchaser's request with either a limited capability operating system or without an operating system, or if the model is not capable of having an operating system, the model is not required to comply with Section 1605.3(v)(5)(B).
(D) Desktop computers and thin clients assembled before July 1, 2021, entirely from parts manufactured before September 1, 2018, are not required to comply with Section 1605.3(v)(5)(A).
Table V-6
Alternative Computer Sleep Mode Power Limits
Table V-7
Energy Consumption Standards for Desktop Computers, Thin Clients, Notebook Computers, Mobile Gaming Systems, and Portable All-in-Ones
Table V-8
List of Potentially Applicable Adders
(6) Small-scale servers, high expandability computers, mobile workstations, and workstations. Small-scale servers, high expandability computers, mobile workstations, and workstations manufactured on or after January 1, 2018, shall:
(A) Be powered by an internal power supply that meets or exceeds the standards in Table V-9, or an external power supply that meets the level VI of efficiency described in the International Efficiency Marking Protocol for External Power Supplies Version 3.0 (Sept. 2013);
(B) Incorporate Energy-Efficient Ethernet functionality;
(C) Transition connected displays into sleep mode within 15 minutes of user inactivity; and
(D) Transition the computer into either the computer sleep mode or computer off mode measured in Section 1604(v)(5) within 30 minutes of user inactivity. If the transition is to a computer sleep mode, that sleep mode shall either:
1. Be a computer sleep mode as described in ACPI as S3; or
2. Consume power less than or equal to the values shown in Table V-6.
Small-scale servers and rack-mounted workstations are not required to comply with Section 1605.3(v)(6)(D).
Table V-9
Internal Power Supply Requirements
(7) Small volume manufacturers.
(A) Computers manufactured on or after January 1, 2019, by a small volume manufacturer shall:
1. Comply with the power management settings identified in Sections 1605.3(v)(5)(B)(2) and 1605.3(v)(6)(C);
2. Be shipped with power management settings that transition the computer into either computer sleep mode or computer off mode within 30 minutes of user inactivity; and
3. Be exempt from all other requirements for computers unless the small volume manufacturer meets the criteria in Section 1605.3(v)(7)(C).
(B) Small-scale servers and rack-mounted workstations are not required to comply with Section 1605.3(v)(7)(A)(2).
(C) If a small volume manufacturer produces desktop or workstation computers in quantities of more than 50 units of a basic model, the manufacturer shall certify those units as meeting the requirements in Sections 1603, 1604(v)(5), 1605.3(v)(5) or 1605.3(v)(6), 1606, and 1607.
(w) Battery Charger Systems.
(1) Energy Efficiency Standards for Large Battery Charger Systems. Large battery charger systems manufactured on or after January 1, 2014, shall meet the applicable performance values in Table W-1.
Table W-1
Standards for Large Battery Charger Systems
Performance Parameter
Standard
Charge Return
100 percent, 80 percent
CRF ≤1.10
Factor (CRF)
Depth of discharge
40 percent Depth of
CRF ≤1.15
discharge
Power Conversion Efficiency
Greater than or equal to:
89 percent
Power Factor
Greater than or equal to: 0.90
Maintenance Mode Power (Eb = battery
Less than or equal to: 10 +
capacity of tested battery)
0.0012Eb W
No Battery Mode Power
Less than or equal to: 10 W
(2) Energy Efficiency Standards for Small Battery Charger Systems. Except as provided in 1605.3(w)(3), 1605.3(w)(4), and 1605.3(w)(2)(D), the following small battery charger systems shall meet the applicable performance values in Table W-2:
(A) consumer products that are manufactured on or after February 1, 2013, except for USB charger systems that have a battery capacity of 20 watt-hours or more and are manufactured before January 1, 2014;
(B) consumer products that are USB charger systems with a battery capacity of 20 watt-hours or more and are manufactured on or after January 1, 2014; and
(C) those that are not consumer products and are manufactured on or after January 1, 2017.
EXCEPTION to Section 1605.3(w)(2): An à la carte charger that is:
a. provided separately from and subsequent to the sale of small battery charger system manufactured before the effective date of the applicable standard in Section 1605.3(w)(2);
b. necessary as a replacement for, or as a replacement component of, such small battery charger system;
c. provided by a manufacturer directly to a consumer or to a service or repair facility; and
d. is manufactured no more than five years after the effective date in Section 1605.3(w)(2) applicable to the particular small battery charger system for which the à la carte charger is intended as a replacement or replacement component, shall not be required to meet the applicable standard in Section 1605.3(w)(2) and Table W-2.
Table W-2
Standards for Small Battery Charger Systems
Performance Parameter
Standard
Maximum 24 hour charge and
For Eb of 2.5 Wh or less:
maintenance energy (Wh)
16 x N
(Eb = capacity of all batteries in
For Eb greater than 2.5 Wh and
ports and N = number of charger
less than or equal to 100 Wh:
ports)
12 x N +1.6Eb
For Eb greater than 100 Wh and
less than or equal to 1000 Wh:
22 x N+1.5Eb
For Eb greater than 1000 Wh:
36.4 x N +1.486Eb
Maintenance Mode Power and
The sum of maintenance mode power
No Battery Mode Power (W)
and no battery mode power must be
less than or equal to:
(Eb = capacity of all batteries in
1x N+0.0021xEb
ports and N = number of
charger ports)
(3) Inductive Charger Systems. Inductive charger systems manufactured on or after February 1, 2013, shall meet either the applicable performance standards in Table W-2 or shall use less than 1 watt in maintenance mode, less than 1 watt in no battery mode, and an average of 1 watt or less over the duration of the charge and maintenance mode test.
(4) Battery Backup and Uninterruptible Power Supplies. Battery backup and uninterruptible power supplies manufactured on or after February 1, 2013, for consumer products and January 1, 2017, for products that are not consumer products shall consume no more than 0.8+0.0021 x Eb watts in maintenance mode where Eb is the battery capacity in watt-hours.
The following documents are incorporated by reference in Section 1605.3.
Number
Title
FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS
AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE (ANSI)
ANSI C81.61-2006
Specifications for Electric Bases
ANSI C78.377-2015
American National Standard for Electric
Lamps - Specifications for the
Chromaticity of Solid State Lighting
(SSL) Products
Copies available from:
American National Standards Institute
1819 L Street, NW, 6th Floor
Washington, DC 20036
www.ansi.org
Phone: (202) 293-8020
FAX: (202) 293-9287
THE ASSOCIATION OF POOL AND SPA PROFESSIONALS (APSP)
ANSI/APSP/ICC-14 2014
American National Standard for Portable
Electric Spa Energy Efficiency
Copies available from:
The Association of Pool and Spa Professionals
2111 Eisenhower Avenue, Suite 500
Alexandria, VA 22314-4695
www.apsp.org
Phone: (703) 838-0083
EPA ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements Product Specification for Lamps (Light Bulbs) Version 1.1 (August 2014)
EPA ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements Product Specification for Lamps (Light Bulbs) Version 2.0 (December 2015)
ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements for CFLs
Copies available from:
US EPA
Climate Protection Partnership
ENERGY STAR® Programs Hotline &
Distribution
(MS-6202J)
1200 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC 20460
www.energystar.gov
Copies available from:
Superintendent of Documents
U.S. Government Printing Office
Washington, DC 20402
http://ecfr.gpoaccess.gov/
UNDERWRITERS LABORATORIES, INC. (UL)
UL 153
Portable Luminaires
UL 1029-2001
Standard for High-Intensity-Discharge
Lamp Ballasts
Copies available from:
Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.
333 Pfingsten Road
Northbrook, IL 60062-2096
www.ul.com
Phone: (847) 272-8800
FAX: (847) 272-8129
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
International Efficiency Marking Protocol
for External Power Supplies Version 3.0
(September 2013)
Copies available from:
US Department of Energy
Office of Energy Efficiency and
Renewable Energy,
Forrestal Building, Mail Station EE-2J
1000 Independence Ave SW
Washington, DC 20585-0121
202-586-5000
www.energy.gov
Note: Authority cited: Sections 25213, 25218(e), 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), 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. New section filed 10-28-2002; operative 11-27-2002 (Register 2002, No. 44).
2. Amendment of subsections (f)(1)-(2) filed 4-1-2003 as an emergency; operative 4-1-2003 (Register 2003, No. 14). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 7-30-2003 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
3. Certificate of Compliance as to 4-1-2003 order transmitted to OAL 7-8-2003 and filed 8-19-2003 (Register 2003, No. 34).
4. Amendment of subsections (p)(1) and (p)(3) filed 7-29-2004; operative 8-28-2004 (Register 2004, No. 31).
5. Amendment filed 3-16-2005; operative 4-15-2005 (Register 2005, No. 11).
6. Repealer of subsections (a)(4)(i)-(a)(4)(i)(IV), new subsection (a)(4)(i) and Table A-6, renumbering of tables, amendment of subsections (a)(ii)(I), (a)(5), (a)(7)(B), newly designated Table A-7, subsections (a)(8) and (c)(1)-(3), including repealer of Table C-7 and renumbering and amendment of tables, amendment of subsection (f)(2), renumbering of former Table F-6 to Table F-5 and amendment of subsections (k)(1)-(2), Table K-3, Table N-1, subsection (u)(1) and Table U-1 filed 12-30-2005; operative 1-1-2006 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2005, No. 52).
7. Amendment of subsection (u)(1), Tables U-1 and U-2 and Note filed 6-22-2006; operative 6-22-2006 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2006, No. 25).
8. Amendment of Table U-3 filed 12-11-2006; operative 12-11-2006 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2006, No. 50).
9. Amendment of subsection (g)(6) and Table K-3, new subsection (k)(3) and Table K-4, amendment of Tables M-2 and N-1, subsections (n)(3)2.(b) and (r)(2) and Tables U-1 and U-2 and new list of incorporated standards filed 12-14-2006; operative 12-14-2006 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2006, No. 50).
10. Amendment of Table U-3 (within subsection (u)(2)) filed 11-29-2007; operative 12-29-2007 (Register 2007, No. 48).
11. Amendment filed 7-10-2009; operative 8-9-2009 (Register 2009, No. 28).
12. New subsections (k)(3)-(4), amendment of subsection (n)(3), new subsections (n)(4)-(5) and amendment of list of incorporated standards and Note filed 7-10-2009; operative 8-9-2009 (Register 2009, No. 28).
13. Amendment of subsection (v), including redesignation and amendment of portion of former subsection (v) as new subsection (v)(1), redesignation and amendment of former Table V as Table V-1 and new subsections (v)(2)-(v)(3)(C) and Table V-2 filed 9-1-2010; operative 1-1-2011 (Register 2010, No. 36).
14. Amendment of subsection (l), new subsections (l)(1)-(l)(2)(G)8.c., amendment of subsection (w) and new subsections (w)(1)-(4) filed 10-26-2012; operative 1-1-2013 (Register 2012, No. 43).
15. Amendment filed 4-22-2014; operative 7-1-2014 (Register 2014, No. 17).
16. Amendment of subsection (h)(1), repealer and new subsection (h)(2) (including new Table H-3), amendment of subsection (i), new subsection (i)(1) (including new Table I-2) and subsection (i)(2) 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).
17. Amendment of subsection (h)(2), new subsections (h)(3)-(h)(3)(A) and (h)(5), subsection renumbering and amendment of newly designated subsection (h)(6) 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).
18. Amendment of subsection (h)(5) filed 2-10-2016; operative 2-10-2016. Exempt from OAL review pursuant to Governor's Executive Order B-29-15, issued 4-1-2015 (Register 2016, No. 7).
19. Amendment of subsections (a)(1)-(2) and (a)(5), repealer of subsections (a)(6)-(a)(7)(C), subsection renumbering, amendment of subsections (c)-(c)(2)(A), new subsection (c)(5), amendment of subsection (j), new subsections (j)(1)-(2), amendment of subsection (n), new subsections (n)(1) and (n)(1)(C) and amendment of subsection (u) filed 6-30-2016; operative 7-1-2016 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2016, No. 27).
20. Amendment of subsections within subsection (k), including renumbering tables K-7 through K-10 to K-10 through K-13 and new table K-14, amendment of subsection (n)(3)(A)3.-4. and amendment of list of documents incorporated by reference filed 11-1-2016; operative 1-1-2017 (Register 2016, No. 45).
21. Amendment of subsections (v)-(v)(3)(C), new subsections (v)(3)(D)-(v)(7)(C) and amendment of list of incorporated documents filed 8-22-2017; operative 10-1-2017 (Register 2017, No. 34).
22. Amendment of Table V-8 (within subsection (v)(5)(D)) filed 1-25-2018; operative 1-25-2018 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2018, No. 4).
23. Redesignation of portion of subsection (g)(6) as subsection (g)(6)(A), new subsection (g)(6)(B) and Table G-3 and amendment of list of incorporated documents filed 7-19-2018; operative 10-1-2018 (Register 2018, No. 29).
This database is current through 9/7/18 Register 2018, No. 36
20 CCR § 1605.3, 20 CA ADC § 1605.3
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