Exit Signs

EPA suspended the ENERGY STAR Exit Sign specification effective May 1, 2008. In EPAct 2005, Congress passed a new minimum federal efficiency standard for electrically-powered, single-faced exit signs with integral light sources that are equivalent to ENERGY STAR levels for input power demand. EPAct 2005 references the ENERGY STAR Version 2.0 specification. All exit signs manufactured on or after January 1, 2006 must have an input power demand of 5 watts or less per face.

Materials related to the ENERGY STAR suspension decision

Documents Related to the Exit Sign Specification