Section 1604. Test Methods for Specific Appliances.

 

(a)  Refrigerators, Refrigerator-Freezers, and Freezers.

 

(1) The test methods for non-commercial refrigerators designed for the refrigerated storage of food at temperatures above 32oF and below 39oF, configured for general refrigerated food storage, non-commercial refrigerator-freezers, miscellaneous refrigeration products, and non-commercial freezers are 10 C.F.R. sections 430.23(a) (Appendix A to subpart B of part 430) and 430.23(b) (Appendix B to subpart B of part 430).

(2) The test methods for commercial refrigerators, commercial refrigerator-freezers, and commercial freezers are shown in Table A-1.

 

Table A-1
Commercial Refrigerator, Refrigerator-Freezer,
and Freezer Test Methods

Appliance

Test Method

Automatic commercial ice makers

10 C.F.R. sections 431.133 and 431.134

Refrigerated

bottled or canned beverage vending machines

 

10 C.F.R. sections 431.293 and 431.294

Refrigerated buffet and preparation tables

ANSI/ASTM F2143-01

Other commercial refrigerators, refrigrator-freezers and freezers, with doors 

10 C.F.R. sections 431.63 and 431.64

Other commercial refrigerators, refrigrator-freezers and freezers, without doors  ,

10 C.F.R. sections 431.63 and 431.64

Walk-in coolers and

walk-in freezers

10 C.F.R. sections 431.303 and 431.304

 

3) When a refrigerator, refrigerator-freezer, or freezer can be operated using either alternating current electricity or one or more other sources of primary power, the test shall be performed using alternating current electricity only.

(4) The test method for water dispensers is EPA Energy Star Program Requirements for Bottled Water Coolers (2004).

Exception: to Section 1604(a)(4): Water dispensers equipped with an integral, automatic timer. Water dispensers equipped with an integral, automatic timer shall not be tested using Section 4)D, “Timer Usage,” of the referenced test method.

 

(b)  Room Air Conditioners, Room Air Conditioning Heat Pumps, Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners, and Packaged Terminal Heat Pumps.

The test methods for room air conditioners, room air‐conditioning heat pumps, packaged terminal air conditioners, and packaged terminal heat pumps are shown in Table B‐1.

 

Table B-1
Room Air Conditioner, Room Air-Conditioning Heat Pump,
 Packaged Terminal Air Conditioner, and Packaged Terminal Heat Pump Test Methods

Appliance

Test Method

Room air conditioners and room airconditioning heat pumps

10 C.F.R. section 430.23(f) (Appendix F to Subpart B of part 430)

Packaged terminal air conditioners and packaged terminal heat pumps

10 C.F.R. sections 431.95 and 431.96

 

(c)  Central Air Conditioners, Air Filters, and Heat Pump Water-Heating Packages.

(1)  The test methods for central air conditioners are shown in Table C1.

(2)  For each basic model of central air conditioner and heat pump, test the individual model and combination as required in 10 C.F.R. section 429.16(b)(2).

 

Table C-1
Central Air Conditioner Test Methods

Appliance

Test Method

Computer Room Air Conditioners

evaporativelycooled

ANSI/ASHRAE 1272001
10 C.F.R. sections 431.95 and 431.96

aircooled, glycolcooled, watercooled

Other electricpowered unitary airconditioners and electric powered heat pumps

Aircooled air conditioners and airsource heat pumps

< 65,000 Btu/hr, singlephase

10 C.F.R. section 430.23(m) (Appendix M to Subpart B of part 430)

< 65,000 Btu/hr, threephase

10 C.F.R. sections 431.95 and 431.96

≥ 65,000 and < 760,000 Btu/hr

10 C.F.R. sections 431.95 and 431.96

evaporativelycooled air conditioners < 240,000 Btu/h

10 C.F.R. sections 431.95 and 431.96

watercooled air conditioners and watersource heat pumps<240,000 Btu/hr

10 C.F.R. sections 431.95 and 431.96

ground watersource heat pumps

ARI/ISO132561:1998

groundsource closedloop heat pumps

ARI/ISO132561:1998

Variable Refrigerant Flow Multisplit Systems

10 C.F.R. sections 431.95 and 431.96

Single Package Vertical Air Conditioners and Single Package Vertical Heat Pumps

10 C.F.R. sections 431.95 and 431.96

Gasfired air conditioners and gasfired heat pumps

ANSI Z21.40.41996 as modified by CEC, Efficiency Calculation Method for GasFired Heat Pumps as a New Compliance Option (1996)

 

(3)  Air Filters.  The test methods for air filters are shown in Table C-2.

 

Table C-2
Air Filter Test Methods

Appliance

Test Method

Air Filter Pressure Drop

AHRI 680-2009 or ASHRAE 52.2-2012

Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value (MERV)

ASHRAE 52.2-2012

Air Filter Particle Size Efficiency

AHRI 680-2009 or ASHRAE 52.2-2012

Dust Holding Capacity

 

AHRI 680-2009 or ASHRAE 52.2-2012

*MERV not reportable for models being tested to AHRI 680-2009 only.

Manufacturers shall test small, medium, and large size filters for each grade.

 

(4)  Heat Pump Water Heating Packages. Heat pump water-heating packages shall be tested using ANSI/AHRI 550-590 (I-P) 2011. The heating capacity tests shall be conducted at ambient temperature of each 47o F and 17o F and a leaving water temperature of 120o F. If the package is capable of cooling, it shall be tested at an ambient temperature of 95o F and a leaving water temperature of 44o F.

 

(d)  Portable Air Conditioners, Evaporative Coolers, Ceiling Fans, Ceiling Fan Light Kits, Whole House Fans, Residential Exhaust Fans, Dehumidifiers and Residential Furnace Fans.

The test methods for portable air conditioners, evaporative coolers, ceiling fans, ceiling fan light kits, whole house fans, residential exhaust fans, dehumidifiers and residential furnace fans are shown in Table D‐3.

 

Table D-3
Portable Air Conditioner, Ceiling Fan, Ceiling Fan Light Kit, Evaporative Cooler,
Whole House Fan, Residential Exhaust Fan Dehumidifier and Residential Furnace Fan Test Methods

Appliance

Test Method

Spot Air Conditioners

ANSI/ASHRAE 1282001

Single-Duct and Dual-Duct Portable Air Conditioners

10 C.F.R. section 430.23(dd) (Appendix CC to subpart B of part 430)

Ceiling Fans, Except LowProfile Ceiling Fans

10 C.F.R. section 430.23(w) (Appendix U to Subpart B of part 430)

Ceiling Fan Light Kits

 

10 C.F.R. section 430.23(x) (Appendix V to Subpart B of part 430)

Evaporative Coolers

 

ANSI/ASHRAE 1332008 for packaged direct evaporative coolers and packaged indirect/direct evaporative coolers; ANSI/ASHRAE 1432007 for packaged indirect evaporative coolers

Whole House Fans

 

HVIPublication 916, 29 September 2015 HVI Airflow Test Procedure, as specified in section 5.2

Use setups for whole house comfort ventilatiors.

Dehumidifiers

 

10 C.F.R. section 430.23(z) (Appendix X to Subpart B of part 430, active mode portion only)

Residential Exhaust Fans

 

HVIPublication 916, 29 September 2015 HVI Airflow Test Procedure, as specified in section 5.2

Residential Furnace Fans

10 C.F.R. section 430.23(cc) (Appendix AA to Subpart B of part 430)

 

(e)  Gas and Oil Space Heaters and Electric Residential Boilers.

 

(1) Gas Space Heaters and Oil Space Heaters. The test methods for gas space heaters and oil space heaters are shown in Table E-1.

(2) Natural Gas and LPG Space Heaters. Gas space heaters intended for use either with natural gas or LPG may be tested with natural gas and the results applied to both fuel types.

(3) Combination Space-Heating and Water-Heating Appliances. The test method for combination space-heating and water-heating appliances is ANSI/ASHRAE 124-2007.

 

Table E-1
Gas and Oil Space Heater Test Methods

Appliance

Test Method

Central furnaces

 

< 225,000 Btu/hr, single phase

10 C.F.R. section 430.23(n) (Appendix N to Subpart B of part 430)

< 225,000 Btu/hr, three phase

10 C.F.R. section 430.23(n) (Appendix N to Subpart B of part 430) or 10 C.F.R. sections 431.75 and 431.76 (at manufacturer’s option)

≥ 225,000 Btu/hr

10 C.F.R. sections 431.75 and 431.76

Gas infrared heaters

patio heaters

 

ASTM F264407

highintensity infrared heaters

ANSI Z83.192001

lowintensity infrared heaters

ANSI Z83.202001

Gas Duct Furnaces

ANSI Z83.82002*

Boilers

 

< 300,000 Btu/hr

10 C.F.R. section 430.23(n) (Appendix N to Subpart B of part 430)

≥ 300,000 Btu/hr

10 C.F.R. sections 431.85 and 431.86

Wall furnaces, floor furnaces, and room heaters

10 C.F.R. section 430.23(o) (Appendix O to Subpart B of part 430)

 

(f)   Water Heaters.

(1) Residential Water Heaters: The test method for residential water heaters is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(e) (Appendix E to subpart B of part 430).

(2) Water heaters that are Regulated Under subpart G of 10 C.F.R. part 431.

The test methods for water heaters that are regulated under subpart G of 10 C.F.R. part 431 are found at 10 C.F.R. sections 431.105 and 431.106.

(3) Dual-Fuel Models. Water heaters intended for use either with natural gas or LPG may be tested with natural gas and the results applied to both fuel types.

 

(g)  Pool Heaters, Portable Electric Spas, Residential Pool Pump and Motor Combinations, and Replacement Residential Pool Pump Motors; and Pumps, Dedicated-Purpose Pool Pumps, and Replacement Dedicated-Purpose Pool Pump Motors.

(1)         Test Methods for Pool Heaters.

The test methods for fossil fuel-fired pool heaters, electric resistance pool heaters, and electric heat pump pool heaters is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(p) (Appendix P to subpart B of part 430).

 

(2) Test Method for Portable Electric Spas.

 

(A) The test method for portable electric spas manufactured on or after January 1, 2006 and before June 1, 2019, is as follows:

1. Minimum continuous testing time shall be 72 hours.

2. The spa shall be filled with water to the halfway point between the bottom of the skimmer basket opening and the top of the spa. If there is no skimmer basket, the spa shall be filled with water to six inches below the top of the spa.

3. The water temperature shall be 102oF, + 2oF for the duration of the test.

4. The ambient air temperature shall be 60oF, + 3oF for the duration of the test.

5. The standard cover that comes with the unit shall be used during the test.

6. The test shall start when the water temperature has been at 102oF, + 2oF for at least four hours.

7. Record the total energy use for the period of test, starting at the end of the first heating cycle after the stabilization period specified in Section 1604(g)(2)(A)(6), and finishing at the end of the first heating cycle after 72 hours has elapsed.

8. The unit shall remain covered and in the default operation mode during the test. Energy-conserving circulation functions, if present, must not be enabled if not appropriate for continuous, long-term use. Ancillary equipment including, but not limited to lights, audio systems, and water treatment devices, shall remain connected to the mains but may be turned off during the test if their controls are user accessible.

9. The measured standby power shall be normalized to a temperature difference of 37oF using the equation,

 

Where:

Pmeas        =          measured standby power during test (E/t)

ΔTideal       =          37°F

ΔTmeas     =          Twater avg – Tair avg

Twater avg =          Average water temperature during test

Tair avg      =          Average air temperature during test.

 

10. Data reported shall include: spa identification (make, model, S/N, specifications); volume of the unit in gallons; supply voltage; minimum, maximum, and average water temperatures during test; minimum, maximum, and average ambient air temperatures during test; date of test; length of test (t, in hours); total energy use during the test (E, in Wh); and normalized standby power (Pnorm, in watts).

 

(B) The test method for portable electric spas manufactured on or after June 1, 2019, is ANSI/APSP/ICC-14 2014, excluding section 8.2, and with the following modifications:

1. All portable electric spas shall be filled with water to the halfway point between the bottom of the skimmer opening and the top of the skimmer opening. In the absence of a skimmer, the fill volume is six inches below the overflow level of the spa.

2. For standard spas and inflatable spas, the test shall start when the water temperature has been at 1020F, ±2oF for at least four hours. The water temperature of the spa shall be a minimum 1000F for the duration of the test.

3. For exercise spas, the test shall start when the water temperature has been at 870F, ±2oF for at least four hours. The water temperature of the spa shall be a minimum 850F for the duration of the test. If the exercise spa is capable of maintaining a minimum water temperature of 1000F for the duration of the test, the exercise spa shall be tested in accordance with section 1604(g)(2)(B)(2).

4. For combination spas, the standard spa portion shall be tested in accordance with section section 1604(g)(2)(B)(2), and the exercise spa portion shall be tested in accordance with section 1604(g)(2)(B)(3) . Record the total energy use for each spa portion separately as described in Section 5.6.5 of ANSI/APSP/ICC-14 2014, while both spa portions are powered on for the duration of the test.

(C) Test lab report requirements for portable electric spas manufactured on or after June 1, 2019.

In addition to the requirements of section 5 of ANSI/APSP/ICC-14 2014 and section 1606 Table X, test lab reports shall include: date of test; minimum and maximum water temperatures settings; copy of the label(s) per section 1607(d)(13)(B); minimum, maximum, and average water temperatures during test; minimum, maximum, and average ambient air temperatures during test; length of test (in hours); record and plot ambient air temperature (in degrees Fahrenheit), water temperature (in degrees Fahrenheit), current (in amps), and voltage (in volts) at a maximum interval of five minutes during test; and, for inflatable spas, a list of the accessories that were tested with the spa.

 

(3) Test Methods for Pumps, Dedicated-Purpose Pool Pumps, and Replacement Dedicated-Purpose Pool Pump Motors.

(A) The test method for pumps, except for dedicated-purpose pool pumps, is 10 C.F.R. section 431.464(a) (Appendix A to subpart Y of part 431).

(B) The test method for dedicated-purpose pool pumps manufactured on or after July 19, 2021 and served by single-phase or polyphase input power, is 10 C.F.R. 431.464(b) (Appendix C to subpart Y of part 431).

(C) A replacement dedicated-purpose pool pump motor manufactured on or after July 19, 2021, shall be tested in accordance with CSA-C747-09 (Reaffirmed 2014), “Energy Efficiency Test Methods for Small Motors” at full load and maximum operating speed. If a drive is sold or offered for sale with the replacement dedicated-purpose pool pump motor, the input power of the drive while the drive is connected to the motor shall be used to determine nominal efficiency and power factor per the test procedure.

1. Motor torque shall be recorded in lb-ft, motor speed in rotations per minute, and input power shall be recorded in watts.

2. Power factor shall be calculated as:

Single phase motors:

Power Factor (%) = 100 x Input Power (W)/(Voltage(V) x Amps (A))

 

Three phase motors:

Power Factor (%) = 100 x Input Power (W)/(Voltage(V) x Amps(A) x 1.73)

where Voltage and Amps are the measured root mean square (rms) voltage and current.

 

(4) Test Method for Pumps

The test method for pumps is 10 C.F.R. section 431.464 (Appendix A to subpart Y of part 431).

 

(h)  Plumbing Fittings.

(1)  Commercial Pre-Rinse Spray Valves. The test method for commercial pre‐rinse spray valves is 10 C.F.R. sections 431.263 and 431.264.

(2)  Showerheads. The test methods for showerheads are:

(A) Maximum flow rate test. The test method for determining maximum flow rate of a showerhead is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(t) (Appendix S to Subpart B of Part 430).

(B) Minimum flow rate test. The test method for determining minimum flow rates of a showerhead is ASME A112.18.1-2012 / CSA B125.1-2012, Section 5.12.

(C) Showerheads with multiple nozzles. Showerheads with multiple nozzles shall be tested with all nozzles in use at the same time.

(3)  Other Plumbing Fittings. The test method for other plumbing fittings is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(s) (Appendix S to Subpart B of part 430).

(4)  Showerhead-tub spout diverter combinations. Showerhead‐tub spout diverter combinations shall have both the showerhead and tub spout diverter tested individually.

(5)  Tub Spout Diverters. A tub spout diverter manufactured on or after June 1, 2016 shall be tested in accordance with ASME A112.18.1-2012/CSA B125.1-12, Section 5.3.6 for the rate of leakage conducted prior to life cycle testing and Section 5.6.1.5 for the rate of leakage conducted after life cycling testing.

 

(i)   Plumbing Fixtures.

The test methods for plumbing fixtures are:

(1)  Water Closets. The test method for testing gallons per flush of water closets is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23 (u) (Appendix T to Subpart B of part 430). See Section 1604(i)(3) for the required waste extraction test.

(2)  Urinals. The test method for testing gallons per flush of urinals is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(v) (Appendix T to Subpart B of part 430).

(3)  Waste Extraction Test for Water Closets. The waste extraction test for water closets is Section 7.10 of ASME A112.19.2/CSA B45.1-2013.

 

(j)   Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts and Deep-Dimming Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts.

(1)   Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts Except Deep-Dimming Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts. is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(q) (Appendix  Q to Subpart B of part 430) The test method for fluorescent lamp ballasts is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(q) (Appendix  Q1 to Subpart B of part 430) as applicable for models manufactured on or after November 14, 2014.

(2) Deep-Dimming Fluorescent Lamp Ballasts. Deep-dimming fluorescent lamp ballasts shall be tested using 10 C.F.R. Section 430.23(q) (Appendix Q to Subpart B of part 430) (referred to as the “federal test method” in the following subsections), modified as follows:

(A) The control signal to the ballast shall indicate full output. The arc power of all connected lamps shall be measured and then added together. This result will be referred to as “maximum arc power.” An appropriate lighting control shall be selected to achieve the control signal used to determine the maximum arc power and to tune the ballast to the appropriate dimming levels. The controls shall be selected by using the following methodology:

1. If the ballast manufacturer also manufactures a lighting control designed to be operated with the ballast, the test shall be conducted using the ballast manufacturer's lighting control. Or;

2. If the manufacturer does not manufacture a compatible lighting control, but recommends the use of specific manufacturer and/or model of lighting control, such as in its product documentation, the test shall be conducted using a lighting control from the list of manufacturer-recommended lighting controls. Or;

3. If the manufacturer does not manufacture a compatible lighting control, and does not recommend any specific lighting controls, the lab technician shall select a lighting control that sufficiently controls the ballast to complete the test.

4. If multiple control options are available, use the lighting control that is capable of using all of the features of a ballast and with the minimum amount of other features. The lighting control manufacturer and model number shall appear on the test report.

(B) Three sets of input power and arc power shall be measured using the federal test procedure with the total arc power tuned to 100, 80, and 50 percent of the measured maximum arc power. If a step dimming ballast or a ballast that can only turn connected lamps on or off has dimming steps other than 80 and 50 percent, then the closest step that is between 90 and including 65 percent shall be used for 80 percent testing, and the closest step that is between 65 and including 35 percent shall be used for 50 percent testing. If no step exists in the above prescribed ranges, then no result shall be recorded for that percentage dimming test. The resulting input powers shall be recorded and referred to as P100, P80, and P50. The resulting arc powers shall be recorded and referred to as AP100, AP80, and AP50. BLE100 shall be calculated as AP100/P100, BLE80 as AP80/P80, and BLE50 as AP50/P50. The measurement of power factor shall be taken during the measurement of maximum arc power and reported.

(C) Standby mode test: the ballast shall also be tested with a control input set to the lowest dimming state possible up to and including no light output. The input power to the ballast shall be measured and recorded as P0. The measurement must be taken 90 minutes after entering this state. P0 shall be recorded as the mean value of measurements taken at 5-second intervals over a 5-minute period.

(D) The weighted ballast luminous efficacy shall be calculated using the following formula and table:

Weighted ballast luminous efficacy = BLE100 x w100 + BLE80 x w80 + BLE50 x w50

Where the time values (w100, w80, w50) are taken from the appropriate table below:

 

Table J-1
Percentage Time of Operation Table

Time Variable

Measurements Taken

P80,P50

P80,NoP50

NoP80,P50

NoP80, NoP50

W100

0.2

0.35

0.45

1

W80

0.5

0.65

0

0

W50

0.3

0

0.55

0

 

(k)  Lamps.

(1) The test method for general service incandescent lamps, and incandescent reflector lamps is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(r) (Appendix R to Subpart B of part 430).

(2) The test method for compact fluorescent lamps is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(y) (Appendix W to Subpart B of part 430).

(3) The test methods for LED state-regulated small diameter directional lamps and state-regulated LED lamps are shown in Table K-1. For certification, compliance, and enforcement purposes, the sampling provisions in 10 C.F.R.section 429.56 shall be used shall be used.

(4) The optional test methods for state-regulated small diameter directional lamps and state-regulated LED lamps are shown in Table K-1. Optional test procedures are conditionally required depending on manufacturer claims of performance as described in sections 1607(d)(12) of this Article and 1606 Table X of this Article. For certification, compliance, and enforcement purposes, the sampling provisions in 10 C.F.R.section 429.56 shall be used.

 

Table K-1
Optional Test Methods for State-Regulated LED Lamps and
LED State-Regulated Small Diameter Directional Lamps

Measurement

Test Procedure

Flicker

Title 24, part 6, Joint Appendix 10 (2015), tested at both 100 percent and 20 percent output.  Lamps with a percent amplitude modulation (percent flicker) less than 30 percent at frequencies less than 200Hz shall report “yes” for “reduced flicker operation” described in section 1606 of this Article, otherwise report “no.”

Lumen Maintenance, Rated Life, and Survival Rate for Compliance with Title 24 Joint Appendix 8 and minimum dimming level

Title 24, part 6, Joint Appendix 8 (2015)

Audible Noise

ENERGY STAR Recommended Practice—Noise (2013) with the following modification: measurements shall be taken at 100 percent output as we as at 20 percent output if dimmable.

 

(5) The test method for general service lamps that are other than lamp types described in sections 1604(k)(1)through 1604(k)(3) of this Article is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(gg) (Appendix DD to Subpart B of part 430).

 

(l)   Emergency Lighting.

(1)   Emergency Lighting. The test method for illuminated exit signs is 10 C.F.R. section 431.204(b).

 

(m) Traffic Signal Modules.

(1)   The test methods for traffic signal modules for vehicle or pedestrian control are 10 C.F.R. section 431.224.

(2)   There is no test method for traffic signal lamps.

 

(n)  Luminaires and Torchieres.

(1)   Torchieres.

There is no test method for torchieres.

(2)   Metal Halide Luminaires.

The test method for metal halide luminaires is ANSI C82.6‐2005. Ballasts may be tested separately, outside the luminaire. A sample of at least five ballasts shall be tested for each lamp wattage for which the luminaire and ballasts are rated. The average of these tests shall be used for certification and compliance purposes.

Ballasts efficiency for High Intensity Discharge (HID) luminaire means the efficiency of a lamp and ballast combination expressed as a percentage and calculated by Efficiency = Pout / Pin, as measured. Pout is the measured operating lamp wattage and Pin is the measured operating input wattage.

The lamp, and the capacitor when it is provided, is to constitute a nominal system in accordance with ANSI C78.43‐2005. Pin and Pout are to be measured after lamps have been stabilized according to Section 4.4 of ANSI C82.6‐2005 using a wattmeter with accuracy specified in Section 4.5 of ANSI C82.6‐2005 for ballasts with a frequency of 60 Hz and shall have a basic accuracy of ± 0.5 percent at the higher of (a.) three times the output operating frequency of the ballast, or (b.) 2 kHz for ballast with a frequency greater than 60 Hz.

(3)   Under Cabinet Luminaires.

The test method for under‐cabinet luminaires is 10 C.F.R. 430.23(q) (Appendix Q to subpart B of part 430 (2015).

(4)   Portable Luminaires.

(A) The test methods for LED luminaires using LED lamps are shown in section 1604(k)(3) of this Article3

(B) The test methods for LED luminaires using LED light engines are California Joint Appendix JA8 - 2008, “Testing of Light Emitting Diode Light Sources,” or IES LM-79-08, “Approved Method: Electrical and Photometric Measurements of Solid-State Lighting Products,” at manufacturer's option

 

(o)  Dishwashers.

The test method for dishwashers is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(c) (Appendix C1 to Subpart B of part 430).

 

(p)  Clothes Washers.

 

(1) Clothes Washers That Are Consumer Products. The test method for clothes washers that are consumer products is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(j) (Appendix J2 to subpart B of part 430).

(2) Commercial Clothes Washers.

(A) Testing Before January 1, 2018. The test method for commercial clothes washers before January 1, 2018 is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(j) (Appendix J1 to subpart B of part 430).

(B) Testing On or After January 1, 2018. The test method for commercial clothes washers on or after January 1, 2018)

 

(q)  Clothes Dryers.

The test method for clothes dryers is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(d) (Appendix D1 or Appendix D2 to subpart B of part 430). Manufacturers must use a single appendix for all representations, including certifications of compliance, and may not use appendix D1 for certain representations and appendix D2 for other representations..

 

(r)   Cooking Products and Food Service Equipment.

The test methods for cooking products that are consumer products, commercial hot food holding cabinets, commercial convection ovens and commercial range tops are shown in Table R‐1.

 

Table R-1
Cooking Product and Food Service Equipment Test Methods

Appliance

Test Method

Cooking products that are consumer products

10 C.F.R. section 430.23(i) (Appendix I to Subpart B of part 430)

Combined cooking products

10 C.F.R. section 430.23(i) (Appendix I to Subpart B of part 430)

Commercial hot food holding cabinets

 

ANSI/ASTM F2140-01 (Test for idle energy rate-dry test) and US EPA’s Energy Star Guidelines, “Measuring Interior Volume” (Test for interior volume)

Commercial convection ovens

 

ANSI/ASTM F1496-99 (Test for energy input rate and idle energy consumption only)

Commercial range tops

 

ANSI/ASTM F1521-96 (Test for cooking energy efficiency only)

 

(s)  Electric Motors.

(1)   Electric Motors, Except Small Electric Motors. The test methods for electric motors are 10 C.F.R. sections 431.15, 431.16, 431.17, 431.18, 431.19, 431.20, and 431.21, including but not limited to provisions on testing laboratories, recognition of accreditation bodies, and recognition of certification programs.

(2)   Small Electric Motors. The test methods for small electric motors are 10 C.F.R. sections 431.443, 431.444 and 431.445, including but not limited to provisions on alternative efficiency determination method (AEDM) and additional testing requirements concerning selection of models to be tested if an AEDM is to be applied

(3)   (3) Compressors. The test method for state-regulated compressors is 10 C.F.R. section 431.344 (Appendix A to Subpart T of 10 C.F.R., § 431), including but not limited to provisions on alternative efficiency determination method (AEDM) and additional testing requirements concerning selection of models to be tested if an AEDM is to be applied, in 10 C.F.R. section 429.63 and 10 C.F.R. section 429.70.

(t)   Distribution Transformers.

The test method for distribution transformers is 10 C.F.R. section 431.193 (Appendix A of Subpart K).

 

(u)  External Power Supplies.

(1)   The test method for federally regulated direct operation external power supplies and federally regulated indirect operation Class A external power supplies is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(bb) (Appendix Z to Subpart B of part 430).

(2)   The test method for state regulated external power supplies is US EPA “Test Method for Calculating the Energy Efficiency of SingleVoltage External ACDC and ACAC Power Supplies” dated August 11, 2004, except that the test voltage specified in Section 4(d) of the test method shall be only 115 volts, 60 Hz.

 

(v)  Computers, computer monitors, televisions, signage displays, and consumer audio and video equipment.

(1)   Consumer Audio and Video Equipment. The test method for standbypassive mode consumer audio and video equipment is International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 62087:2002(E) “Methods of Measurement for the Power Consumption of Audio, Video, and Related Equipment.”

(2)   Televisions and Signage Displays. The test method for televisions manufactured on or after April 24, 2014 is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(h) (Appendix H to Subpart B of part 430).  The test method for signage displays manufactured on or after April 24, 2014, is 10 C.F.R. Section 430.23(h) (Appendix H to Subpart B of part 430) (January 1, 2014).

(3) Computer Monitors. The test method for computer monitors is the ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Displays, Final Test Method (September 2015), with the following modifications:

(A) On mode measurements shall be made using the IEC 62087: 2011 and computer monitor sleep mode and computer monitor off mode measurements shall be made using the IEC 62301:2011, as specified in the ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Displays, Final Test Method (September 2015).

(B) A computer monitor shall be tested as required by the test procedure for each of the following:

1. On mode power draw.

2. Computer monitor sleep mode power draw.

3. Computer monitor off mode power draw.

(C) Product features and functions not specifically addressed by the test method shall be turned off or disconnected. Built-in speakers shall be muted or turned down to their lowest volume setting for the on mode power draw test.

(D) Before starting the test procedure for measuring on mode power draw, any feature unrelated to the display of images (for example USB hubs, webcams, speakers, LAN connections, and SD card readers) shall be turned off.

(4) The test method for computers is the ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Computers, Final Test Method (Rev. March-2016), with the following modifications:

(A) Settings regarding hard-disk spinning shall not be altered from the default as-shipped settings.

(B) The total annual energy consumption of a computer shall be calculated using Equation 1 in Section 3 of the ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Computers, Eligibility Criteria Version 6.1 (Rev. March-2016).

1. Computers manufactured before July 1, 2021 shall use the “conventional” mode weighting of Table 3 for a desktop computer, a mobile gaming system, a small-scale server, a high expandability computer, or a thin client, or Table 4 for a notebook computer, a mobile workstation, or a portable all-in-one computer, contained within Section 3 of the ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Computers, Final Test Method (Rev. March-2016) , unless they meet either the criteria in Section 1604(v)(5)(B)(2) to use “full capability” mode weighting, or the criteria in Section 1604(v)(5)(B)(3) to use “remote wake”

2. In order to use the “full capability” mode weighting a computer shall have the following features enabled as shipped:

a. Maintain Ethernet (IEEE 802.3-2015) or wireless (IEEE 802.11-2012) network addresses and network connection capability while in ACPI System Level S3 Sleep Mode or an alternative to ACPI S3 sleep mode;

b. Resume from ACPI System Level S3 Sleep Mode or an alternative to ACPI S3 sleep mode upon request from outside the local network; and

c. Support advertising host services and network name while in ACPI System Level S3 Sleep Mode or an alternative to ACPI S3 sleep mode.

3. In order to use the “remote wake” mode weighting a computer shall have the following features enabled as shipped:

a. Maintain Ethernet (IEEE 802.3-2015) or wireless (IEEE 802.11-2012) network addresses and network connection capability while in ACPI System Level S3 Sleep Mode or an alternative to ACPI S3 sleep mode; and

b. Resume from ACPI System Level S3 Sleep Mode or an alternative to ACPI S3 sleep mode upon request from outside the local network.

4. Computers manufactured on or after July 1, 2021, shall use the “conventional” mode weighting of Table 3 for a desktop computer, a mobile gaming system, a small-scale server, a high-expandability computer, or a thin client, or Table 4 for a notebook computer, a mobile workstation, or a portable all-in-one computer, contained within Section 3 of the ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Computers, Eligibility Criteria Version 6.1 (Rev. March-2016).

5. Workstations shall calculate total annual energy consumption using the weighting of Table 8, contained within Section 3 of the ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Computers, Eligibility Criteria Version 6.1 (Rev. March-2016).

(C) The expandability score calculation shall be included in test reports and shall be calculated as follows:

1. Identify the score for each individual interface type as determined by Table V-1 and then multiply by the total number of occurrences of that particular interface type present in the system as sold or offered for sale. Finally, sum the subtotals for all interface types.

2. Each instance of an interface may only receive one score.

3. Add 100 to the score.

Table V-1
Interface Types and Scores for Expandability Score Calculation

Interface Type

Interface Score

USB 2.0 or less

5

USB 3.0 or 3.1 Gen 1

10

USB 3.1 Gen 2

15

USB ports or Thunderbolt 3.0 or greater that can provide 100 or more watts of power

100

USB ports or Thunderbolt 3.0 or greater that can provide from 60 or more to less than 100 watts of power

60

USB ports or Thunderbolt 3.0 or greater that can provide from 30 or more to less than 60 watts of power

30

Thunderbolt 3.0 or greater or USB ports that are not otherwise addressed in Table V-1 and that cannot provide 30 or more watts of power

20

Unconnected USB 2.0 motherboard header

10 per header

Unconnected USB 3.0 or 3.1 Gen 1 motherboard header

20 per header

PCI slot other than PCIe x 16 (only count mechanical slots)

25

PCIe x 16 (only count mechanical slots)

75

Thunderbolt 2.0 or less

20

M.2 (except key M)

10

IDE, SATA, eSATA

15

M.2, key M, SATA express, U.2

25

Integrated liquid cooling

50

Either:
1) CPU and motherboard support for 4 or more channels of system memory and at least 8 GB of installed and compatible system memory; or
2) At least 8 GB of system memory installed on a 256 bit or greater memory interface.

100

 

(D) A computer monitor used in the testing of desktop computers shall have a native resolution of at least 1920x1080 pixels and use progressive scanning. The computer operating system shall be set to operate at a minimum of 1920x1080 pixels and progressive scanning. If multiple display connections are available on the computer, choose the correct connection using the following criteria:

1. If hybrid graphics is available, choose the port that enables hybrid graphics.

2. If a discrete GPU is installed, choose a connection to the first GPU, except for where it conflicts with subdivision (D)(1) of this section.

3. If no discrete GPU is installed, choose a connection to a port integrated into the motherboard.

4. If there are multiple connector ports to choose from pursuant to subdivisions (v)(5)(D)1. through (v)(5)(D)3. of this section, connect the display to a port using the first available from the port types listed below:

a. Display Port

b. HDMI

c. DVI

d. VGA

e. Other

(E) An integrated desktop computer, mobile gaming system, or notebook computer shall be tested using the integrated display's native resolution.

(F) High expandability computers shall be configured for the test in a manner identical to desktop computers. Mobile gaming systems and mobile workstations shall be configured for the test in a manner identical to notebook computers.

(G) For purposes of providing data as required in Section 1606, desktop computers, thin clients, mobile gaming systems, notebook computers, and portable all-in-ones shall be tested by selecting the configuration that has the greatest allowable energy consumption as provided for in Section 1605.3(v)(6) If multiple configurations exist that meet this criteria, select the configuration that will yield the greatest annual energy consumption as measured by the test procedure.

(H) The computer sleep mode power measurement shall be tested in a modified manner from the test procedure described in IEC 62623:2012. Instead of measuring power after manually entering sleep mode, the power measurement shall begin no sooner than 30 minutes and no later than 31 minutes of user inactivity on the unit under test. This measurement shall be performed after the long-idle test without altering the unit under test.

(I) The power factor of a computer power supply and compliance with Table V-9 in Section 1605.3(v)(6) shall both be determined by the following test procedure: Generalized Test Protocol for Calculating the Energy Efficiency of Internal Ac-Dc and Dc-Dc Power Supplies Revision 6.7 (March 1, 2014). In addition the median power factor during short-idle measurements shall be recorded in the test report.

J) For multi-screen notebooks, configure each integrated display in the same way as the display of the units with one integrated display. The displays do not have to be configured sequentially (i.e. warmup times can be done simultaneously for all integrated displays).

(K) For computers with cyclical behavior where operation without a battery pack when connected to the mains power source is not a supported configuration and where the normal measurement time would not capture one or more complete cycles, short-idle, long-idle, sleep, and off mode power measurements shall be tested in a modified manner from the test procedure described in IEC 62623:2012:

1. Short-idle mode testing: The short idle test duration shall be extended long enough to capture the energy consumption over one or more complete cycles. The unit shall be kept in short idle through minimal user input such as moving the mouse or pressing a key that does not perform any action (e.g., shift, ctrl, tab, etc).

2. Long-idle mode testing: The long idle mode test duration shall be extended long enough to capture the energy consumption over one or more complete cycles. The unit under test shall remain in long idle during the entire time of the extended test by disabling the sleep mode.

3. Sleep mode testing: The computer sleep mode power shall be tested after restarting the computer and ensuring that the sleep mode is enabled. Instead of measuring power after manually entering sleep mode, the power measurement shall begin no sooner than 30 minutes and no later than 31 minutes of user inactivity on the unit under test. Sleep mode power measurement shall be taken over an extended period of time that is long enough to capture the energy consumption over one or more complete cycles.

4. Off mode testing: The off mode test duration shall be extended long enough to capture the energy consumption over one or more complete cycles.

 

(w)  Battery Charger Systems.

 

(1) Test Method for Federally Regulated Battery Chargers and Federally Regulated Uninterruptible Power Supplies. The test method for federally regulated battery chargers and federally regulated uninterruptible power supplies is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(aa) (Appendix Y to subpart B of part 430).

(2) Test Method for Small Battery Charger Systems. The test method for small battery charger systems that are not federally regulated battery chargers, federally regulated uninterruptible power supplies, battery backups, or non-federally regulated uninterruptible power supplies is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(aa) (Appendix Y to subpart B of part 430) (Jan. 1, 2017).

(A) Multi-port battery charger systems shall be tested for 24-hour efficiency and maintenance mode with a battery in each port.

(B) For single port small battery charger systems, the highest 24-hour charge and maintenance energy, maintenance mode, and no battery mode results of the test procedure shall be used for purposes of reporting and determining compliance with section 1605.3(w)(2), Table W-3 of this Article.

(C) For purposes of computing the small battery charger system standard, the number of ports included in a multi-port charger system shall be equal to the number ports that are separately controlled. For example a multi-port charger system that charges eight batteries by using two charge controllers that charge four batteries in parallel would use two for “N” as described in section 1605.3(w)(2),Table W-3 of this Article.

(D) Small battery charger systems that are not consumer products may use the battery manufacturer's recommended end of discharge voltage in place of values in 10 CFR section 420.23(aa) (Appendix Y to subpart B of part 430) (Jan. 1, 2017), Table 3.3.2, where the table's values are not applicable.

(3) Test Method for Battery Backups and Non-Federally Regulated Uninterruptible Power Supplies. The test method for battery backups and non-federally regulated uninterruptible power supplies is 10 C.F.R. section 430.23(aa) (Appendix Y to subpart B of part 430) (Jan. 1, 2016).

(4) Test Method for Large Battery Charger Systems. The test method for large battery charger systems that are not federally regulated battery chargers or federally regulated uninterruptible power supplies is Energy Efficiency Battery Charger System Test Procedure Version 2.2 dated November 12, 2008 and published by ECOS and EPRI Solutions with the following modifications:

(A) The test procedure shall be conducted for 100, 80, and 40 percent discharge rates for only one charge profile, battery capacity, and battery voltage. The manufacturer shall test one battery and one charge profile using the following criteria:

1. the charge profile with the largest charge return factor;

2. the smallest rated battery capacity; and

3. the lowest voltage battery available at that rated capacity.

(B) The battery manufacturer's recommended end of discharge voltage may be used in place of values in the test method part 1, section III.F, Table D where the table's values are not applicable.

 

(x) Landscape irrigation equipment.

(1) Spray Sprinkler Bodies.

(A) The test method for a spray sprinkler body is Appendix B of the WaterSense® Specification for Spray Sprinkler Bodies Version 1.0, September 21, 2017. For certification, compliance, and enforcement purposes, the sampling provisions in Appendix B of the WaterSense® Specification for Spray Sprinkler Bodies Version 1.0, September 21, 2017 shall be used.

 

The following documents are incorporated by reference in Section 1604.

 

CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION TEST METHODS

CEC/Gas-Fired Heat Pumps

Efficiency Calculation Method for Gas-

Exceptional Method (1996)

Fired Heat Pumps as a New Compliance

Option (1996)

California Title 24, Part 6, Joint

Qualification Requirements for High

Appendix 8 JA-8 - 2015

Efficacy Light Sources

California Title 24, Part 6, Joint

Test Method for Measuring Flicker of

Appendix 10 JA-10 - 2015

Lighting Systems and Reporting

Requirements

California Joint Appendix

Testing of Light Emitting Diode Light

JA8 - 2008

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 TEST METHODS

C.F.R., Title 10, section 10 C.F.R.section 429.56, 429.63, and 429.70

C.F.R., Title 10, section 430.23 and 10 C.F.R. Appendixes A, B, C1, D1, D2, E, F, H, I, J1, J2, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, S1, Y, Z, AA, BB, CC and DD of subpart B of part 430

C.F.R., Title 10, sections 431.15, 431.16, 431.17, 431.18, 431.19, 431.20, and 431.21

C.F.R., Title 10, sections 431.63 and 431.64

C.F.R., Title 10, sections 431.75 and 431.76

C.F.R., Title 10, sections 431.85 and 431.86

C.F.R., Title 10, sections 431.95 and 431.96

C.F.R., Title 10, sections 431.105 and 431.106

C.F.R., Title 10, sections 431.133 and 431.134

C.F.R., Title 10, section 431.193

C.F.R., Title 10, section 431.204(b)

C.F.R., Title 10, section 431.224

C.F.R., Title 10, sections 431.263 and 431.264

C.F.R., Title 10, sections 431.293 and 431.294

C.F.R., Title 10, sections 431.303 and 431.304

C.F.R., Title 10, section 431.44 Appendix A to Subpart T of 10 C.F.R., § 431

C.F.R., Title 10, sections 431.443, 431.444 and 431.445

C.F.R., Title 10, section 431.464

C.F.R., Title 10, section 431 subpart G

 

Copies available from:

Superintendent of Documents

 

U.S. Government Printing Office

 

Washington, DC 20402

 

https://ecfr.gov

 

 

 

 

UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (EPA)

 

EPA Energy Star Program Requirements for

 

Bottled Water Coolers (2004)

 

 

ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for

 

Computers, subparts Eligibility Criteria

 

Version 6.1 (Rev. March-2016) and Final

 

Test Method (Rev. March-2016)

 

 

ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for

 

Displays, subpart Final Test Method

 

(Rev. Sep-2015)

 

 

EPA “Test Method for Calculating the Energy

 

Efficiency of Single-Voltage External

 

AC-DC and AC-AC Power Supplies”

 

August 11, 2004)

 

 

 

 

 

Energy Star Guidelines, “Measuring Interior Volume”

 

 

 

(Test for measuring interior volume of commercial hot food holding cabinets)

 

 

ENERGY STAR Recommended

EPA ENERGY STAR Program

 

Practice – Noise (2013)

Requirements Product Specification

 

for Lamps (Light Bulbs)

 

Version 1.1 (August 2014).

 

 

Copies available from:

US EPA

 

Climate Protection Partnership

 

ENERGY STAR Programs Hotline &

 

Distribution

 

(MS-6202J)

 

1200 Pennsylvania Ave NW

 

Washington, DC 20460

 

https://www.energystar.gov

 

 

AIR-CONDITIONING, HEATING, AND REFRIGERATION INSTITUTE (AHRI)

 

 

AHRI 680-2009

2009 Standard for Performance Rating of

 

Residential Air Filter Equipment

 

 

Copies available from:

Air-Conditioning, Heating, and

 

Refrigeration Institute (AHRI)

 

2111 Wilson Blvd, Suite 500

 

Arlington, VA 22201

 

Phone: (703) 524-8800

 

FAX: (703) 562-1942

 

http://www.ahrinet.org/

 

 

AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE (ANSI)

 

 

 

 

ANSI C78.43-2004

American National Standards for Electric

 

 

Lamps - Single-Ended Metal Halide Lamps

 

 

ANSI C82.6-2005

Ballasts for High Intensity Discharge Lamps

 

- Method of Measurement

 

 

ANSI Z21.10.3-1998

Standard for Gas Water Heaters, Volume III,

 

Storage Water Heaters with Input Ratings

 

Above 75,000 Btu per hour, Circulating and

 

Instantaneous

 

 

ANSI Z21.40.4-1996

Performance Testing and Rating of

 

Gas-Fired Air-Conditioning and Heat Pump

 

Appliances

 

 

ANSI Z83.8-2002

Standard for Gas Unit Heaters and Gas-Fired

 

Duct Furnaces

 

 

 

ANSI Z83.19-2001

Standard for Gas-Fired High-Intensity

 

Infrared Heaters

 

 

ANSI Z83.20-2001

Standard for Gas-Fired Low-Intensity

 

Infrared Heaters

 

 

ANSI/AHRI 550-590(I-P)2011

Performance Rating of Water-Chilling and

 

Heat Pump Water-Heating Packages Using

 

the Vapor Compression Cycle

 

 

Copies available from:

American National Standards Institute

 

1819 L Street, NW, 6th Floor

 

Washington DC 20036

 

https://www.ansi.org/

 

Phone: (202) 293-8020

 

FAX: (202) 293-9287

 

 

THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERS (ASME)

 

 

ASME A112.19.2/CSA B45.1-2013

Ceramic Plumbing Fixtures

 

ASME A112.18.1-2012/CSA B125.1-2012

Plumbing Supply Fittings

 

Copies available from:

ASME HEADQUARTERS

 

TWO PARK AVENUE

 

NEW YORK, NY 10016-5990

 

https://www.asme.org/

 

PHONE: 800-843-2763 (U.S/CANADA)

 

001-800-843-2763 (MEXICO)

 

973-882-1170 (OUTSIDE NORTH AMERICA)

 

EMAIL: CUSTOMERCARE@ASME.ORG

 

 

AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS (ASTM)

 

 

 

Standard Test Method for Performance of

 

 

Convection Ovens

 

ANSI/ASTM F1521-96

Standard Test Methods for Performance of

 

Range Tops

 

 

ANSI/ASTM F2140-01

Standard Test Method for the Performance of

 

Hot Food Holding Cabinets

 

 

ANSI/ASTM F2143-01

Standard Test Method for the Performance of

 

Refrigerated Buffet and Preparation Tables

 

 

ASTM F2644-07

Standard Test Method for Performance of

 

Commercial Patio Heaters

 

 

Copies available from:

ASTM

 

100 Barr Harbor Drive

 

West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959

 

https://www.astm.org

 

Phone: (610) 832-9585

 

FAX: (610) 832-9555

 

 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF HEATING, REFRIGERATING AND AIR-CONDITIONING ENGINEERS (ASHRAE)

 

 

ASHRAE 52.2-2012

Method of Testing General Ventilation

 

Air-Cleaning Devices for Removal

 

Efficiency by Particle Size

 

 

ANSI/ASHRAE 118.2-1993

Method of Testing for Rating Residential

 

Water Heaters

 

 

ANSI/ASHRAE 124-2007

Method of Testing for Rating Combination

 

Space-Heating and Water-Heating

 

Appliances

 

 

ANSI/ASHRAE 127-2001

Method of Testing for Rating Computer and

 

Data Processing Room Unitary

 

Air-Conditioners

 

 

ANSI/ASHRAE 128-2001

Method of Rating Spot Unitary Air

 

Conditioners

 

 

ANSI/ASHRAE 133-2008

Method of Testing Direct Evaporative

 

Air Coolers

 

 

ANSI/ASHRAE 143-2007

Method of Test for Rating Indirect

 

Evaporative Coolers

 

 

 

ANSI/ASHRAE 146-1998

Method of Testing and Rating Pool Heaters

 

 

Copies available from:

American Society of Heating,

 

Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning

 

Engineers

 

1791 Tullie Circle N.E.

 

Atlanta, GA 30329

 

https://www.ashrae.org

 

Phone: (800) 527-4723 (U.S./Canada) or

 

(404) 636-8400

 

FAX: (404) 321-5478

 

 

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

 

https://www.apsp.org

 

Phone: (703) 838-0083

 

 

CANADIAN STANDARDS ASSOCIATION (CSA)

 

 

CSA B45.1-2013

Ceramic Plumbing Fixtures

 

 

 

 

CSA C747-09

Energy efficiency test methods

 

(reaffirmed 2014)

for small motors.

 

 

 

 

Copies available from:

Canadian Standards Association

 

 

178 Rexdale Blvd.

 

 

Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M9W 1R3

 

 

Phone: (416) 747-4044

 

 

http:/shop.csa.ca/

 

 

 

 

ECOS CONSULTING

 

 

Energy Efficiency Battery Charger System

 

 

Test Procedure Version 2.2 dated November 12, 2008

 

 

Copies available from:

Ecos Consulting

 

801 Florida Road, # 11

 

Durango, CO 81301

 

http://www.efficientproducts.org

 

Phone: (970) 259-6801

 

FAX: (970) 259-8585

 

 

ECOVA

 

 

Generalized Test Protocol for Calculating theEnergy Efficiency of Internal Ac-Dc and

 

Dc-Dc Power Supplies Revision 6.7

 

(March 1, 2014)

 

 

Copies available from:

PLUG LOAD SOLUTIONS BY ECOVA

 

https://www.plugloadsolutions.com/

 

Phone: (971) 201-4180

 

 

HOME VENTILATING INSTITUTE (HVI)

 

 

HVI-Publication 916

29 September 2015 HVI Air-flow Test Procedure

 

 

Copies available from:

Home Ventilating Institute

 

1000 N. Rand Rd., Suite 214

 

Wauconda, IL 60084

 

https://www.hvi.org

 

Phone: (847) 526-2010

 

FAX: (847) 526-3993

 

 

ILLUMINATING ENGINGEERING SOCIETY (IES)

 

 

IES LM-79-08

Approved Method: Electrical and Photometric Measurements of Solid-State

 

Lighting Products

 

IES LM-84-14

Measuring Luminous Flux and Color

 

Maintenance of LED Lamps, Light

 

Engines, and Luminaires

 

IES TM-28 (2014)

Projecting Long-Term Luminous

 

Flux Maintenance of LED Lamps and

 

Luminaires

 

 

Copies available from:

Illuminating Engineering Society

 

120 Wall Street, 17th Floor

 

New York, NY 10005-4001

 

https://www.ies.org

 

Phone: (212) 248-5000

 

FAX: (212) 248-5017/18

 

 

INTERNATIONAL ELECTROTECHNICAL COMMISSION (IEC)

 

 

IEC 62087 (2002)(E)

Methods of Measurement for the Power -Consumption of Audio, Video, and Related

 

Equipment

 

 

IEC 62087 (2002)(E), Edition 2.0

Methods of Measurement for the Power

 

 

Consumption of Audio, Video, and Related

 

Equipment.

 

 

IEC 62087:2011

Methods of Measurement for the Power

 

Consumption of Audio, Video, and

 

Related Equipment

 

 

IEC 62301:2011

Household Electrical Appliances -

 

Measurement of Standby Power

 

 

IEC 62623:2012

Desktop and notebook computers -

 

Measurement of energy consumption

 

 

Copies available from:

IEC Central Office

 

-3, Rue de Varembé

 

P.O. Box 131

 

CH - 1211 Geneva 20

 

Switzerland

 

Phone: +41 22 919 02 11

 

 

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STANDARDS (ISO)

 

 

ISO 13256-1-1998

Water-source heat pumps-Testing and rating for performance-Part 1: Water-to-air and

 

brine-to-air heat pumps

 

 

Copies available from:

ISO Central Secretariat

 

                                                                International organization for

 

Standardization (ISO)

 

1, Rue de Varembé, Case Postale 56

 

CH-1211 Geneva 20, switzerland

 

https://www.iso.org

 

Phone: +41 22 749 01 11

 

Fax: +41 22 733 34 30

 

 

INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS (IEEE)

 

 

IEEE 114-2001 (Corrected)

Standard Test Procedures for Single-Phase Induction Motors

 

 

IEEE 802.3-2015

IEEE Standard for Ethernet

 

 

IEEE 802.11-2012

  IEEE Standard for Information technology -

 

Telecommunications and information

 

exchange between systems

 

Local and metropolitan area networks -

 

Specific requirements

 

Part 11: Wireless LAN Medium Access

 

Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY)

 

Specifications

 

 

Copies available from:

Institute of Electrical and Electronics

 

Engineers

 

Publications Office

 

10662 Los Vaqueros Circle

 

PO Box 3014

 

Los Alamitos, CA 90720-1264

 

https://www.ieee.org

 

Phone: (714) 821-8380

 

Fax: (714) 821-4010

 

 

UNIFIED EXTENSIBLE FIRMWARE INTERFACE FORUM

 

 

Advanced Configuration and

Advanced Configuration and

 

                                             Power Interface Specification

 

Revision 5.0 (December 6, 2011)

 

and Advanced Configuration and

 

Power Interface Specification

 

Revision 5.0 Errata A

 

(November 13, 2013)

 

 

Copies available from:

 

 

UEFI FORUM ADMINISTRATION

 

3855 SW 153RD DRIVE

 

BEAVERTON, OR 97003 USA

 

http://www.uefi.org

 

Phone: +1 503-619-0864

 

Fax: +1 503-644-6708

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: Authority cited: Sections 25213, 25218(e), 25401.9(b), 25402(a)25402(c), and 25960, Public Resources Code; and sections 16, 26, and 30, Governor’s Exec. Order No. B2915 (April 1, 2015). Reference: Sections 25216.5(d), 25401.9(b), 25402(a)25402(c) and 25960, Public Resources Code; and section 16, Governor’s Exec. Order No. B2915 (April 1, 2015).

 

HISTORY

1. Amendment filed 7-21-82; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 82, No. 30). For prior history, see Register 80, No. 23.

2. New subsection (g) filed 10-1-82; designated effective 6-2-83 (Register 82, No. 40).

3. Amendment of Table C-2 filed 1-3-83; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 83, No. 2).

4. Amendment of subsection (f) filed 1-14-83; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 83, No. 3).

5. Amendment of subsection (d)(2) filed 1-20-83; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 83, No. 7).

6. Editorial correction of subsections (a) and (b) and Tables A and B (Register 83, No. 18).

7. Amendment of subsection (a) filed 3-26-85; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 85, No. 13).

8. Amendment of subsection (c) filed 4-10-85; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 85, No. 18).

9. Amendment filed 5-22-85; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 85, No. 21).

10. Amendment of subsection (c) filed 4-10-85; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 85, No. 21).

11. Amendment filed 7-20-87; operative 8-19-87 (Register 85, No. 30).

12. Amendment filed 8-29-88; operative 9-28-88 (Register 88, No. 37).

13. Amendment of subsections (a)-(c), new subsection (d) reserved, and renumbering and amendment of former subsections (d)-(g) to subsections (e)-(h) filed 6-5-90; operative 7-5-90 (Register 90, No. 31).

14. Amendment filed 11-6-91; operative 12-6-91 (Register 92, No. 9).

15. Amendment of Table F-2 filed 1-16-92; operative 1-16-92 pursuant to Government Code section 11346.2 (d) (Register 92, No. 15).

16. Amendment of subsection (f)(2) and Table F-2, new Table F-3, amendment of subsection (f)(3), renumbering and amendment of Table F-3 to Table F-4, and amendment of subsection (f)(4) and renumbering of Table F-4 to F-5 filed 7-23-92; operative 8-24-92 (Register 92, No. 35).

17. Repealer and new section filed 10-28-2002; operative 11-27-2002 (Register 2002, No. 44).

18. Amendment of subsection (f)(5)(E) 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.

19. Certificate of Compliance as to 4-1-2003 order transmitted to OAL 7-8-2003 and filed 8-19-2003 (Register 2003, No. 34).

20. Amendment of subsection (p) and list of incorporated documents filed 7-29-2004; operative 8-28-2004 (Register 2004, No. 31).

21. Amendment filed 3-16-2005; operative 4-15-2005 (Register 2005, No. 11).

22. Amendment of Table A-1, subsection (a)(4), Tables B-1, D, E-1 and F-1, subsections (h)(1), (j)-(k), (n)(3) and (o), Table P-1, subsection (q), Table R, subsections (s) and (u)(1) and federal test methods filed 12-30-2005; operative 1-1-2006 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2005, No. 52).

23. Amendment of subsection (u)(1) and Note filed 6-22-2006; operative 6-22-2006 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2006, No. 25).

24. Amendment of Table D and subsections (f)(5)(F), (k) and (n)(2) and amendment of list of incorporated documents filed 12-14-2006; operative 12-14-2006 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2006, No. 50).

25. Amendment of subsection (c) - Table C-1, subsection (s) and list of incorporated documents filed 8-22-2007; operative 9-17-2007 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4 (Register 2007, No. 34).

26. Amendment filed 7-10-2009; operative 8-9-2009 (Register 2009, No. 28).

27. Redesignation and amendment of former subsection (k) as new subsection (k)(1), new subsections (k)(2)-(3) and (n)(4) and amendment of list of incorporated standards and Note filed 7-10-2009; operative 8-9-2009 (Register 2009, No. 28).

28. Amendment of subsection (v), including redesignation and amendment of portion of former subsection (v) as new subsection (v)(1), new subsections (v)(2)-(v)(3)(D)6. and amendment of list of incorporated standards filed 9-1-2010; operative 1-1-2011 (Register 2010, No. 36).

29. Amendment of subsection (l), new subsections (l)(1)-(2), amendment of subsections (w)(1) and (w)(2), new subsections (w)(1)(A)-(D) and (w)(2)(A)-(B) and amendment of list of incorporated documents to update revision date of 10 CFR 430.23 filed 10-26-2012; operative 1-1-2013 (Register 2012, No. 43).

30. Amendment filed 4-22-2014; operative 7-1-2014 (Register 2014, No. 17).

31. Amendment of subsection (i), new subsections (i)(1)-(2), amendment of list of incorporated documents 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).

32. New subsections (h)(2)-(h)(2)(C), subsection renumbering, amendment of subsection (i)(1), new subsection (i)(2), subsection renumbering and amendment of list of incorporated documents filed 8-20-2015; operative 8-20-2015 pursuant to Governor's Executive Order No. B-29-15, directive 30 (4-1-2015) (Register 2015, No. 34).

33. New subsections (h)(5)-(6) and amendment of subsection (i)(3) 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).

34. Amendment of subsections (a) and (c), new subsections (c)(4)-(5), amendment of subsections (d), (f)(1) and (j), new subsections (j)(3)-(j)(3)(D) and amendment of subsections (o), (p) and (w)(2)(B) filed 6-30-2016; operative 7-1-2016 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2016, No. 27).

35. Amendment of subsections (k)(2) and (k)(4), including new table K-1, and list of documents incorporated by reference filed 11-1-2016; operative 1-1-2017 (Register 2016, No. 45).

36. Amendment of subsections (v) and (v)(2)-(3), new subsections (v)(4)-(v)(5)(I) and amendment of list of incorporated documents filed 8-22-2017; operative 10-1-2017 (Register 2017, No. 34).

37. Change without regulatory effect amending Table D-1 and list of incorporated documents filed 9-11-2017 pursuant to section 100, title 1, California Code of Regulations (Register 2017, No. 37).

38. Adoption and amendment of subsections within subsection (g)(2) and amendment of list of incorporated documents filed 7-19-2018; operative 10-1-2018 (Register 2018, No. 29).

39. Amendment filed 9-26-2018; operative 10-1-2018 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2018, No. 39).

40. Editorial correction of subsection (a)(4) (Register 2018, No. 45).

41. Change without regulatory effect amending footnote to Table K-1, amending Table R-1 and amending list of documents incorporated by reference filed 3-18-2019 pursuant to section 100, title 1, California Code of Regulations (Register 2019, No. 12).

42. Amendment of subsection (s)(3) and list of documents incorporated by reference filed 6-10-2019; operative 6-10-2019 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2019, No. 24).

43. New subsections (x)-(x)(1)(A), amendment of list of documents incorporated by reference and amendment of Note filed 10-7-2019; operative 10-1-2020 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(2) and Public Resources Code section 25402(c)(1) (Register 2019, No. 41).

44. Amendment of subsection (k)(1), repealer of subsection (k)(2), subsection renumbering, amendment of newly designated subsections (k)(2)-(3), new subsection (k)(4), amendment of Table K-1 and subsection (k)(5) and amendment of list of documents incorporated by reference filed 12-24-2019; operative 1-1-2020 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2019, No. 52).

45. Amendment of subsection (g), repealer of subsections (g)(3)-(g)(3)(D), subsection numbering, amendment of newly designated subsection (g)(3), new subsections (g)(3)(A)-(g)(3)(C)2. and amendment of list of documents incorporated by reference filed 9-21-2020; operative 1-1-2021 (Register 2020, No. 39). Filing deadline specified in Government Code section 11349.3(a) extended 60 calendar days pursuant to Executive Order N-40-20 and an additional 60 calendar days pursuant to Executive Order N-66-20.

46. New subsections (v)(4)(J)-(v)(4)(K)4. filed 2-3-2021; operative 12-9-2021 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(1) and Public Resources Code section 25402(c)(1) (Register 2021, No. 6).

47. Amendment of subsections (a)4), (g)(2)(C), (k)(4) and (l), repealer of subsections (l)(1)-(2), amendment of subsections (n)(4)(A) and (w)(2)(D) and amendment of list of documents incorporated by reference filed 3-16-2021; operative 3-16-2021 pursuant to Government Code section 11343.4(b)(3) (Register 2021, No. 12). (Filing deadline specified in Government Code section 11349.3(a) extended 60 calendar days pursuant to Executive Order N-40-20.)

 

This database is current through 7/9/21 Register 2021, No. 28

20 CCR § 1604, 20 CA ADC § 1604