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Residential Light Fixtures Specifications

ENERGY STAR Residential Light Fixtures Specifcation, Version 4.2

ENERGY STAR Residential Light Fixtures Specification, Version 4.1

Stakeholder Comments on Revised FINAL Draft ENERGY STAR Residential Light Fixtures Specification, Version 4.1

FINAL Draft ENERGY STAR Residential Light Fixtures Specification, Version 4.1 — September 5, 2007

Stakeholder Comments on FINAL Draft ENERGY STAR Residential Light Fixtures Specification, Version 4.1

FINAL Draft ENERGY STAR Residential Light Fixtures Specification, Version 4.1 — July 23, 2007

Draft 1 ENERGY STAR Residential Light Fixtures Specification, Version 4.1

Preliminary GU-24 Based Integrated Lamps Draft Requirement Table — May 16, 2006

Residential Light Fixtures Final Specification Eligibility Criteria — Version 4.0

EPA has finalized the ENERGY STAR Version 4.0 specification for residential light fixtures. As such, the comment period is now closed. The new Version 4.0 specification went into effect on October 1, 2005. Existing partners who wish to continue their partnership in ENERGY STAR for Residential Lighting Fixtures will be required to acknowledge the new Version 4.0 specification by submitting an updated Commitment Form PDF (335KB). Partners and other interested parties with questions about the specification can contact Andrew Fanara, EPA, at fanara.andrew@epa.gov or Peter Banwell, EPA, at banwell.peter@epa.gov.

Stakeholder Comments on Residential Light Fixtures Draft 2 Eligibility Criteria — Version 4.0

Residential Light Fixture manufacturers and other interested parties have been encouraged to submit written comments on the Residential Light Fixtures Draft 2 Eligibilty Criteria — Version 4.0. To date, EPA has been given permission to post the following comments. Please note that these do not comprise all of the comments received by EPA; only those EPA has received permission to post.

Stakeholder Comments on Residential Light Fixtures Draft 1 Eligibility Criteria — Version 4.0

Residential Light Fixture manufacturers and other interested parties have been encouraged to submit written comments on the Residential Light Fixtures Draft 1 Eligibilty Criteria — Version 4.0. To date, EPA has been given permission to post the following comments. Please note that these do not comprise all of the comments received by EPA; only those EPA has received permission to post.

Stakeholder Comments on Draft 1 Specification

The following comments have been received by industry:

EPA Request for Maximum Case Operating Temperature Data

The SOP has been revised to include a clarification to the LRC’s “Proposed Durability Testing Method: Temperature” under the heading “Procedure” on page 3 of the attached document. The additional text specifies where the measurement for maximum allowable temperature should be taken if information about positioning of thermal probes is not available from the ballast manufacturer. The additional text that has been added to the SOP has been highlighted in yellow.

Over the last year, EPA has participated in discussions with the Lighting Research Center (LRC) and industry members regarding the development of a durability testing method for use in the ENERGY STAR RLF Eligibility Criteria. EPA is now requesting Maximum Case Operating Temperature data from manufacturers of the following high risk fixtures: ceiling flush mounted and recessed models. Below are documents pertaining to these discussions:

The revised LRC testing method for temperature can be accessed at the LRC site PDF Exit ENERGY STAR.

ENERGY STAR Residential Light Fixtures Specification Version 3

RLF QPI Forms