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LED lighting on the application, subject to standards, products, policies.

Standards, as long as SSL norms and standard setting, such as the U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Star (Energy Star), will enhance market confidence.
Energy Star criteria for LED outdoor lighting is also, LED lamps do regulate, they gradually have to look forward to the future with industry and confidence.

Concerned about the effect of light in the industry, the Energy Star standard recently is 55 lm / W, long-term is 70 lm / w, Energy Star standards are less than 10 watts of LED lamps have luminous efficacy 50 lm / w or more, large 10 watts is to have 55 lm / w or more.

Moreover, CCT also has standard color range, color rendering (CRI) is also required, such as indoor lighting must meet the standards of 80 color rendering, while the product life cycle should regulate the stability of color and color change to less than 0.007, the Energy Star is to provide 6,000 hours.

In life, to residential lighting point of view, it is required 25,000 hours of life (light decline 70%), 6,000 small time decline (lumen output of the maintenance rate) can not be less than 91.8%

Performance characteristics

ENERGY STAR Requirements

Minimum Luminous Efficacy

55LM/W (≥10W)


Color Rendering Index (CRI) Minimum CRI (Ra) of 80. In addition, the R9 value must be greater than 0.
Lumen Maintenance ≥ 70% lumen maintenance (L70) at 25,000 hours of operation
Correlated Color Temperature (CCT) and Duv

Lamp must have one of the following designated CCTs (per ANSI C78.377-2008) consistent with the 7-step chromaticity quadrangles and Duv tolerances listed below (see Appendix A for more information).

NominalCCT Target
Target Duv
and tolerance
2700K 2725± 145 0.000 ± 0.006
3000K 3045 ± 175 0.000 ± 0.006
3500K 3465 ± 245 0.000 ± 0.006
4000K 3985 ± 275 0.001 ± 0.006
Color Maintenance The change of chromaticity over the minimum lumen maintenance test period (6000 hours) shall be within 0.007 on the CIE 1976 (u’,v’) diagram.
NOTE: DOE is working with NEMA to develop a dimming standard for LED lamps and luminaires.
Lamps may be dimmable or nondimmable. Product packaging must clearly indicate whether the lamp is dimmable or not dimmable. Manufacturers qualifying dimmable
products must maintain a Web page providing dimmer compatibility information.
Minimum efficacy, light output, CCT, CRI, and power factor of dimmable lamps will be confirmed with the lamp operated at full power.
Power Factor For lamp power ≤5W and for low voltage lamps, no minimum power factor is required
For lamp power >5W, power factor must be ≥ 0.70
Note: Power factor must be measured at rated voltage.
Electromagnetic Interference FCC 47 CFR including Part 2 (Equipment Authorization) and Part 18(Technical Standardsand Emission Limits) for consumer RF Lighting Equipment limits
LED Operating Frequency ≥120Hz
Transient Protection Power supply shall comply with IEEEC.62.41-1991, Class A operation. The line transient shall consist of seven strikes of a 100 kHz ring wave, 2.5 kV level, for both common mode and differential mode.
Audible Noise Integral lamp shall have a Class A sound rating.
Minimum Operating Temperature Integral lamp shall have a minimum operating temperature of -20°C or below.
Warranty A warranty must be provided for lamps, covering material repair or replacement for a minimum of three (3) years from the date of purchase.
Product Packaging Language

In English, or English with additional languages. For products that will be

sold in Canada, packaging must include both English and French.

Dimmable lamps Lamp package and product information sheet must include a caution label indicating the lamp may not be compatible with all dimmers and identifying the Web address (URL) to find up-to-date dimmer compatibility information.



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