|Screen Area||Version 5.3: Effective September 30, 2011|
|Maximum On Mode Power Consumption (A expressed in square inches)||Maximum On Mode Power Consumption (A expressed in square centimeters)|
|A < 275 square inches (1774 square centimeters)||Pmax = 0.130 * A + 5||Pmax = 0.020 * A + 5|
|275 ≤ A ≤ 1068 square inches (6890 square centimeters)||Pmax = 0.084 * A + 18||Pmax = 0.013 * A + 18|
|A > 1068 square inches (6890 square centimeters)||Pmax = 108||Pmax = 108|
|Specification Version||Maximum Allowable Energy in DAM (kilowatt-hours/day)|
|Version 5.3: Effective September 30, 2011||0.04|
To qualify as ENERGY STAR under Version 5.3, qualified products must consume no more than one (1.0) watt while in Sleep Mode. Additionally, the lowest consuming Sleep Mode must be the default Sleep Mode for the TV as shipped to consumers.
To account for the power savings achieved through automatic brightness control, where the feature is activated by default when shipped to the end user, On Mode power consumption shall be determined as outlined in Equation 1:
Equation 1: Pon = (0.55 * Po_broadcast) + (0.45 * Pabc_broadcast)
-Pon is the average On Mode power consumption in watts and rounded to the nearest whole number, taking into consideration that the TV will be in low ambient light level conditions 45% of the time.
-Po_broadcast is the average On Mode power consumption in watts and rounded to the nearest whole number, and tested with a minimum ambient light level of 300 lux entering directly into the sensor.
-Pabc_broadcast is the average On Mode consumption in watts and rounded to the nearest whole number, with an ambient light level of zero (0) lux measured at the face of the sensor.
Pmax = maximum allowable On Mode power consumption
To qualify, the EPS shall meet the level V performance requirements under the International Efficiency Marking Protocol and include the level V marking.