Integral LED Lamps Specification Development

The final ENERGY STAR Integral LED Lamp criteria were published on December 3, 2009 and went into effect on August 31, 2010, 270 days after the publication date.

EPA defines an integral LED lamp as an integrated assembly comprised of LED packages (components) or LED arrays (modules), LED driver, ANSI standard base and other optical, thermal, mechanical, and electrical components. The device is intended to connect directly to the branch circuit through a corresponding ANSI standard lamp-holder (socket) per IES RP-16-10.

Partners and other interested parties who would like to be added to the distribution list for specification development updates related to ENERGY STAR lamps are encouraged to send their contact information to lamps@energystar.gov. This Web page will be updated periodically as new information becomes available.

Integral LED Lamps Specification Version 1.4

Non-Standard Integral LED Lamps

Integral LED Lamps Specification Version 1.3

Integral LED Lamps Specification Version 1.2

Version 1.1 Integral LED Lamps

Version 1.0 Integral LED Lamps

Draft 3

DOE is providing a third stakeholder comment period, to address the life and reliability testing requirements detailed in this third draft. Please provide comments no later than October 16, 2009 to ssl@energystar.gov.

Draft 3 Formal Comments (as of 10/16/2009)

Draft 2

The U.S. Department of Energy is pleased to release the second draft ENERGY STAR criteria for integral LED lamps. DOE invites stakeholder review and comments on these draft criteria through June 26, 2009. Please direct all comments to richard.karney@ee.doe.gov and ssl@drintl.com.

Draft 2 Formal Comments (as of 6/26/2009)

Draft 1

Draft 1 Formal Comments (as of 2/27/2009)