Effective Date: June 1, 2013
PON_MAX = 100 � tanh(0.00085 � (A � 140) + 0.052) + 14.1
To qualify as ENERGY STAR under Version 6.0, qualified products must consume no more than one (1.0) watt while in Standby-Passive Mode. Additionally, the lowest consuming Standby-Passive Mode must be the default Standby-Passive Mode for the TV as shipped to consumers.
To qualify as ENERGY STAR under Version 6.0, the peak luminance of the product in the "home" (or default, as-shipped) picture setting, shall greater than or equal to 65% of the peak luminance of the �retail� (or the brightest-selectable) preset picture setting.
To account for the power savings achieved through automatic brightness control, where the feature is activated by default when shipped to the end user and meets the sensor validation test, On Mode power consumption shall be calculated as follows:
PON = (0.55 � P300) + (0.45 � P0)
Sensor Validation Test:
The average power measured at 50 lux (P50) shall increase by at least 5% relative to the average power measured at 10 lux (P10), the average power measured at 100 lux shall increase by at least 5% relative to the average power measured at 50 lux (P50), and the average power measured at 300 lux (P300) shall be greater than or equal to the average power measured at 100 lux (P100), as indicated below:
(P50-P10)/P10 ≥5% , (P100-P50)/P50 ≥ 5%, P300≥P100
To qualify, the EPS must meet the level V performance requirements under the International Efficiency Marking Protocol and include the level V marking. Additional information on the Marking Protocol is available at www.energystar.gov/powersupplies.