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OJ编号:OJ L 175, 27.6.2013, p. 13-33

中文标题:委员会条例(EU) No 617/2013,就计算机和计算机服务器的生态设计要求,实施欧洲议会和理事会指令2009/125/EC(1)

原文标题:Commission Regulation (EU) No 617/2013 of 26 June 2013 implementing Directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to ecodesign requirements for computers and computer servers (1)

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文件类型:二级立法 Regulation|条例

生效日期:2013-07-17

废止日期:2058-12-31

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27.6.2013 Official
Journal
of
the
European
Union L
175/13
COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) No 617/2013
of 26 June 2013
implementing Directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to
ecodesign requirements for computers and computer servers
(Text with EEA relevance)
THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,
computer servers is linked to the efficiency of their
internal power supplies and since the technical specifi
cations of internal power supply for these products are
Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European
similar to those for desktop computers and integrated
Union,
desktop computers, the provisions on internal power
supply efficiency of this Regulation should also apply
Having regard to Directive 2009/125/EC of the European
to the former. However, other environmental
Parliament and of the Council of 21 October 2009 establishing
performance aspects of desktop thin clients, work
a framework for the setting of ecodesign requirements for
stations, mobile workstations, small-scale servers and
energy-related products (
computer servers could be addressed in a more specific

1 ), and in particular Article 15(1)
thereof,
measure implementing Directive 2009/125/EC.
After consulting the Consultation Forum referred to in
(6) Displays
have
distinct
characteristics
and
should
therefore
Article 18 of Directive 2009/125/EC,
be excluded from the scope of this Regulation. However,
considering their significant environmental impact and
Whereas:
their significant potential for improvement, they could
be addressed in another measure implementing
Directive 2009/125/EC and/or Directive 2010/30/EU of
(1) Under
Directive
2009/125/EC,
ecodesign
requirements
the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 May
are to be laid down by the Commission for energy-
2010 on the indication by labelling and standard product
related products that represent significant volumes of
information of the consumption of energy and other
sales and trade, have a significant environmental impact
resources by energy-related products ( 2 ).
and present significant potential for improvement in
terms of their environmental impact without entailing
excessive costs.
(7) The ecodesign requirements should not have any
significant negative impact on the functionality of the
product or on consumers, and in particular as regards
(2) Article
16(2)(a)
of
Directive
2009/125/EC
provides
that
the Commission, in accordance with the procedure
the affordability of the product, the life cycle costs and
referred to in Article 19(3) and the criteria set out in
the industry’s competitiveness. Furthermore, the
Article 15, and after consulting the Consultation
requirements should not impose on manufacturers
Forum, has to introduce, as appropriate, an imple
proprietary technology or excessive administrative
menting measure for office equipment.
burden, nor should they negatively affect health, safety

and the environment.
(3) The
Commission
has
carried
out
a
preparatory
study
which analysed the technical, environmental and
(8) Improvements
in
the
energy
efficiency
of
computers
economic aspects of computers. The study involved
should be achieved by applying existing non-proprietary
stakeholders and interested parties from the Union and
and cost-effective technologies that can reduce the total
third countries, and the results have been made publicly
combined costs of purchasing and operating them.
available.
(9) The
ecodesign
requirements
should
be
introduced
(4) The
preparatory
study
showed
that
the
cost-efficient
improvement potential in the electricity consumption
gradually in order to provide a sufficient time frame
of computers between 2011 and 2020 was estimated
for manufacturers to redesign products that are subject
at about 93 TWh, which corresponds to 43 Mt of CO
to this Regulation. The timing should be such that

2
emissions, and in 2020 at between 12,5 TWh and
negative impacts on the supply of computers are
16,3 TWh, which corresponds to 5,0-6,5 Mt of CO
avoided, and costs for manufacturers, in particular

2
emissions. Consequently, computers constitute a
small and medium-sized enterprises, are taken into
product group for which ecodesign requirements
account, while ensuring timely achievement of the
should be established.
objectives of this Regulation.

(5)
Since a lot of the energy-savings potential of desktop
(10) A
review
of
this
Regulation
is
envisaged
no
later
than
thin clients, workstations, small-scale servers and
three and a half years after its entry into force.
( 1 ) OJ L 285, 31.10.2009, p. 10.
( 2 ) OJ L 153, 18.6.2010, p. 1.

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(11) The
energy
efficiency
of
computers
should
be
determined
(17) Benchmarks
for
currently
available
products
with
high
through reliable, accurate and reproducible measurement
energy efficiency should be identified. This will help to
methods, which take into account the recognised state of
ensure the wide availability and easy accessibility of
the art, including, where available, harmonised standards
information, in particular for small and medium-sized
established in conformity with the applicable European
enterprises, which will further facilitate the integration
standardisation legislation ( 1 ).
of best design technologies and the development of
more efficient products for reducing energy
consumption.
(12) As
ecodesign
requirements
for
standby
and
off
mode
electric power demand of electrical and electronic
household and office equipment are not fully appropriate
(18) The
measures
provided
for
in
this
Regulation
are
in
for the characteristics of computers, the requirements of
accordance with the opinion of the Committee estab
Commission Regulation (EC) No 1275/2008 of
lished by Article 19(1) of Directive 2009/125/EC,
17 December 2008 implementing Directive 2005/32/EC
of the European Parliament and of the Council with
regard to ecodesign requirements for standby and off
HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:
mode electric power demand of electrical and electronic
household and office equipment ( 2 ) should not apply to
Article 1
computers. Consequently, specific requirements for
power management, as well as for sleep mode, off
Subject matter and scope
mode and lowest power state in computers should be
1. This Regulation establishes ecodesign requirements for the
set in this Regulation, and Regulation (EC) No
placing on the market of computers and computer servers.
1275/2008 should be amended accordingly.
2. This
Regulation
shall
apply
to
the
following
products
that
(13) Despite the exclusion of computers from the scope of
can be powered directly from the mains alternating current (AC)
Regulation (EC) No 1275/2008, provisions of
including via an external or internal power supply:
Commission Regulation (EC) No 278/2009 of 6 April
2009 implementing Directive 2005/32/EC of the
European Parliament and of the Council with regard to
(a) desktop computers;
ecodesign requirements for no-load condition electric
power demand and average active efficiency of external
(b) integrated desktop computers;
power supplies ( 3 ) shall apply to external power supplies
that are placed on the market with computers.
(c) notebook computers (including tablet computers, slate
computers and mobile thin clients);
(14) In
accordance
with
Article
8
of
Directive
2009/125/EC,
this Regulation should specify the applicable conformity
assessment procedures.
(d) desktop thin clients;
(e) workstations;
(15) In
order
to
facilitate
compliance
checks,
manufacturers
should be requested to provide information contained
in the technical documentation referred to in Annexes
(f) mobile workstations;
IV and V to Directive 2009/125/EC in so far as that
information relates to the requirements laid down in
this Regulation.
(g) small-scale servers;
(h) computer servers.
(16) To
ensure
fair
competition,
the
achievement
of
potential
intended energy savings and provision of accurate
information of products’ energy performance towards
3. This
Regulation
shall
not
apply
to
the
following
product
consumers, this Regulation should make clear that the
groups:
tolerances prescribed for the national market surveillance
authorities when conducting physical tests to establish
whether a specific model of an energy related product
(a) blade system and components;
is in compliance with this Regulation should not be used
by the manufacturers to provide room for declaring a
(b) server appliances;
more favourable performance of the model than
measurements and calculations declared in the technical
documentation of the product can justify.
(c) multi-node servers;
( 1 ) Directive 98/34/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council
(d) computer servers with more than four processor sockets;
of 22 June 1998 laying down a procedure for the provision of
information in the field of technical standards and regulations and
of rules on Information Society services (OJ L 204, 21.7.1998,
(e) game consoles;
p. 37).
( 2 ) OJ L 339, 18.12.2008, p. 45.
( 3 ) OJ L 93, 7.4.2009, p. 3.
(f) docking stations.

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Article 2
(4) ‘Internal power supply’ means a component designed to
convert AC voltage from the mains to DC voltage(s) for
Definitions
the purpose of powering the computer or computer server
The following definitions shall apply:
and has the following characteristics:
(1) ‘Computer’ means a device which performs logical oper
(a) is contained within the computer or computer server
ations and processes data, is capable of using input devices
casing but is separate from the main computer or
and outputting information to a display, and normally
computer server board;
includes a central processing unit (CPU) to perform oper
ations. If no CPU is present, then the device must function
(b) the power supply connects to the mains through a
as a client gateway to a computer server which acts as a
single cable with no intermediate circuitry between
computational processing unit;
the power supply and the mains power; and
(2) ‘Computer server’ means a computing product that
(c) all power connections from the power supply to the
provides services and manages networked resources for
computer or computer server components, with the
client devices, such as desktop computers, notebook
exception of a DC connection to a display in an inte
computers, desktop thin clients, internet protocol (IP) tele
grated desktop computer, are internal to the computer
phones, or other computer servers. A computer server is
casing.
typically placed on the market for use in data centres and
office/corporate environments. A computer server is
Internal DC-to-DC converters used to convert a single DC
primarily accessed via network connections, and not
voltage from an external power supply into multiple
through direct user input devices, such as a keyboard or
voltages for use by a computer or computer server are
a mouse;
not considered internal power supplies;
A computer server has the following characteristics:
(5) ‘Desktop computer’ means a computer where the main
unit is intended to be located in a permanent location
(a) is designed to support computer server operating
and is not designed for portability and which is designed
systems (OS) and/or hypervisors, and targeted to run
for use with an external display and external peripherals
user-installed enterprise applications;
such as a keyboard and mouse.
(b) supports error-correcting code (ECC) and/or buffered
The following categories of desktop computers are defined
memory (including both buffered dual in-line
for the purposes of this Regulation:
memory modules (DIMMs) and buffered on board
(BOB) configurations);
(a) ‘Category A’ desktop computer means a desktop
computer that does not meet the definition of
(c) is placed on the market with one or more AC-DC
Category B, Category C or Category D desktop
power supply(ies);
computer;
(d) all processors have access to shared system memory
(b) ‘Category B’ desktop computer means a desktop
and are independently visible to a single OS or hyper
computer with:
visor;
(i) two physical cores within the CPU; and
(3) ‘External power supply’ means a device which has the
following characteristics:
(ii) a minimum of two gigabytes (GB) of system
memory;
(a) is designed to convert alternating current (AC) power
input from the mains power source input into lower
(c) ‘Category C’ desktop computer means a desktop
voltage direct current (DC) or AC output;
computer with:
(b) is able to convert to only one DC or AC output
(i) three or more physical cores within the CPU; and
voltage at a time;
(ii) a configuration of a minimum of one of the
(c) is intended to be used with a separate device that
following two characteristics:
constitutes the primary load;
— a minimum of two gigabytes (GB) of system
(d) is contained in a physical enclosure separate from the
memory, and/or
device that constitutes the primary load;
— a discrete graphics card (dGfx);
(e) is connected to the device that constitutes the primary
load via a removable or hard-wired male/female elec
(d) ‘Category D’ desktop computer means a desktop
trical connection, cable, cord or other wiring; and
computer with:
(f) has nameplate output power not exceeding 250 Watts;
(i) a minimum four physical cores in the CPU; and

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(ii) a configuration of a minimum of one of the
(7) ‘Notebook computer’ means a computer designed
following two characteristics:
specifically for portability and to be operated for
extended periods of time either with or without a direct
— a minimum of four gigabytes (GB) of system
connection to an AC power source. Notebook computers
memory, and/or
utilise an integrated display, with a viewable diagonal
screen size of at least 22,86 cm (9 inches), and are
— a discrete graphics card (dGfx) meeting the G3
capable of operation on an integrated battery or other
(with FB Data Width > 128-bit), G4, G5, G6 or
portable power source.
G7 classification;
(6) ‘Integrated
desktop
computer’
means
a
computer
in
which
Notebook computers also include the following subtypes:
the computer and the display function as a single unit,
which receives its AC power through a single cable. Inte
grated desktop computers come in one of two possible
(a) ‘Tablet computer’ means a product which is a type of
forms: (1) a product where the display and the computer
notebook computer that includes both an attached
are physically combined into a single unit; or (2) a product
touch-sensitive display and an attached physical
where the display is separated from the computer but it is
keyboard;
connected to the main chassis by a direct current (DC)
power cord. An integrated desktop computer is intended
(b) ‘Slate computer’ means a type of notebook computer
to be located in a permanent location and is not designed
that includes an integrated touch-sensitive display but
for portability. Integrated desktop computers are not
does not have a permanently attached physical
primarily designed for the display and reception of audio
keyboard;
visual signals.
The following categories of integrated desktop computers
(c) ‘Mobile thin client’ means a type of notebook
are defined for the purposes of this Regulation:
computer that relies on a connection to remote
computing resources (e.g. computer server, remote
(a) ‘Category A’ integrated desktop computer means an
workstation) to obtain primary functionality and has
integrated desktop computer that does not meet the
no rotational storage media integral to the product.
definition of Category B, Category C or Category D
integrated desktop computer;
The following categories of notebook computers are
(b) ‘Category B’ integrated desktop computer means an
defined for the purposes of this Regulation:
integrated desktop computer with:
(i) two physical cores in the CPU; and
(a) ‘Category A’ notebook computer means a notebook
computer that does not meet the definition of
(ii) a minimum of two gigabytes (GB) of system
Category B or Category C notebook computer;
memory;
(b) ‘Category B’ notebook computer means a notebook
(c) ‘Category C’ integrated desktop computer means an
computer with at least one discrete graphics card
integrated desktop computer with:
(dGfx);
(i) three or more physical cores in the CPU; and
(c) ‘Category C’ notebook computer means a notebook
(ii) a configuration of a minimum of one of the
computer with at least the following characteristics:
following two characteristics:
— a minimum of two gigabytes (GB) of system
(a) a minimum two physical cores in the CPU;
memory, and/or
— a discrete graphics card (dGfx);
(b) a minimum two gigabytes (GB) of system memory;
and
(d) ‘Category D’ integrated desktop computer means an
integrated desktop computer with:
(c) a discrete graphics card (dGfx) meeting the G3
(with FB Data Width > 128-bit), G4, G5, G6 or
(i) a minimum of four physical cores in the CPU; and
G7 classification;
(ii) a configuration of a minimum of one of the
following two characteristics:
Products that would otherwise meet the definition of
notebook computer but have idle state power demand of
— a minimum of four gigabytes (GB) of system
less than 6 W are not considered to be notebook
memory, and/or
computers for the purposes of this Regulation;
— a discrete graphics card (dGfx) meeting the G3
(with FB Data Width > 128-bit), G4, G5, G6 or
(8) ‘Desktop thin client’ means a computer that relies on a
G7 classification;
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server, remote workstation) to obtain primary functionality
(b) has at least one discrete graphics card (dGfx) meeting
and has no rotational storage media integral to the
the G3 (with FB Data Width > 128-bit), G4, G5, G6 or
product. The main unit of a desktop thin client must be
G7 classification;
intended for use in a permanent location (e.g. on a desk)
and not for portability. Desktop thin clients can output
information to either an external or, where included with
(c) supports the inclusion of three or more internal
the product, an internal display;
storage devices;
(9) ‘Workstation’ means a high-performance, single-user
computer primarily used for graphics, Computer Aided
(d) supports at least 32 GB of system memory;
Design, software development, financial and scientific
applications among other compute intensive tasks, and
which has the following characteristics:
(11) ‘Small-scale server’ means a type of computer that typically
uses desktop computer components in a desktop form
factor but is designed primarily to be a storage host for
(a) has a mean time between failures (MTBF) of at least
other computers and to perform functions such as
15 000 hours;
providing network infrastructure services and hosting data/
media, and which has the following characteristics:
(b) has error-correcting code (ECC) and/or buffered
memory;
(a) is designed in a pedestal, tower, or other form factor
similar to those of desktop computers such that all
(c) meets three of the following five characteristics:
data processing, storage, and network interfacing is
contained within one box;
(1) has supplemental power support for high-end
graphics (i.e. peripheral component interconnect
(b) is designed to be operational 24 hours per day and 7
(PCI)-E 6-pin 12 V supplemental power feed);
days per week;
(2) its system is wired for greater than x4 PCI-E on the
motherboard in addition to the graphics slot(s)
(c) is primarily designed to operate in a simultaneous
and/or PCI-X support;
multi-user environment serving several users through
networked client units;
(3) does not support uniform memory access (UMA)
graphics;
(d) where placed on the market with an operating system,
the operating system is designed for home server or
low-end server applications;
(4) includes five or more PCI, PCI-E or PCI-X slots;
(5) is capable of multi-processor support for two or
(e) is not placed on the market with a discrete graphics
more CPU (must support physically separate CPU
card (dGfx) meeting any classification other than G1;
packages/sockets, i.e. not met with support for a
single multi core CPU);
(12) ‘Blade system and components’ means a system composed
of an enclosure (‘blade chassis’) into which different types
(10) ‘Mobile workstation’ means a high-performance, single-
of blade storage and servers are inserted. The enclosure
user computer primarily used for graphics, Computer
provides shared resources on which the servers and
Aided Design, software development, financial and
storage are dependent. Blade systems are designed as a
scientific applications among other compute intensive
scalable solution to combine multiple computer servers
tasks, excluding game play, and which is designed
or storage units in a single enclosure, and are designed
specifically for portability and to be operated for
for technicians to be able to easily add or replace (hot-
extended periods of time either with or without a direct
swap) blades (e.g. blade servers) in the field;
connection to an AC power source. Mobile workstations
utilise an integrated display and are capable of operation
on an integrated battery or other portable power source.
(13) ‘Server appliance’ means a computer server bundled with a
Most mobile workstations use an external power supply
pre-installed operating system and application software
and most have an integrated keyboard and pointing
that is used to perform a dedicated function or set of
device.
tightly coupled functions. A server appliance delivers
services through one or more networks, and is typically
A mobile workstation has the following characteristics:
managed through a web or command line interface. Server
appliance hardware and software configurations are
customised by a vendor to perform a specific task,
(a) has a mean time between failures (MTBF) of at least
including network or storage, and are not intended to
13 000 hours;
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(14) ‘Multi-node server’ means a system composed of an
(b) G2 (16 < FB_BW ≤ 32);
enclosure where two or more independent computer
servers (or nodes) are inserted, which share one or more
power supplies. The combined power for all nodes is
(c) G3 (32 <FB_BW ≤ 64);
distributed through the shared power supply(ies). A
multi-node server is designed and built as a single
(d) G4 (64 <FB_BW ≤ 96);
enclosure and is not designed to be hot-swappable;
(e) G5 (96 <FB_BW ≤ 128);
(15) ‘Dual-node server’ means a common multi-node server
configuration consisting of two server nodes;
(f) G6 (FB_BW > 128 (with FB Data Width < 192-bit));
(16) ‘Computer server with more than four processor sockets’
means a computer server containing more than four
(g) G7 (FB_BW > 128 (with FB Data Width ≥ 192-bit));
interfaces designed for the installation of a processor;
‘Frame buffer bandwidth’ (FB _BW) means the amount of
(17) ‘Game console’ means a mains-powered standalone device
data that is processed per second by all GPUs on a dGfx,
which is designed to provide video game playing as its
which is calculated using the following formula:
primary function. A game console is typically designed
to provide output to an external display as the main
game-play display. Game consoles typically include a
Frame buffer bandwidth = (Data Rate × Data Width)/(8 ×
CPU, system memory and a graphics processing unit(s)
1 000)
(GPU), and may contain hard drives or other internal
storage options, and optical drives. Game consoles
Where:
typically utilise handheld controllers or other interactive
controllers as their primary input device rather than an
external keyboard or mouse. Game consoles do not
(a) frame buffer bandwidth is expressed in GigaBytes/
typically include conventional personal computing
second (GB/s);
operating systems but instead utilise console-specific
operating systems. Handheld gaming devices, with an inte
grated display as the primary game-play display, and which
(b) data rate is the effective memory data frequency in
primarily operate on an integrated battery or other
MHz;
portable power source rather than via a direct connection
to an AC power source, are considered to be a type of
(c) data width is the memory frame buffer (FB) data width,
game console;
expressed in bits (b);
(18) ‘Docking station’ means a discrete product designed to be
(d) ‘8’ converts the calculation into Bytes;
connected to a computer in order to perform functions
such as expanding connectivity or consolidating
connections to peripheral devices. Docking stations may
(e) dividing by 1 000 converts Megabytes into Gigabytes;
also facilitate charging of internal batteries in the
connected computer;
(21) ‘Internal storage’ means a component internal to the
computer which provides non-volatile storage of data;
(19) ‘Central Processing Unit (CPU)’ means a component in a
computer that controls the interpretation and execution of
instructions. CPUs may contain one or more physical
(22) ‘Product type’ means desktop computer, integrated desktop
processors known as ‘execution cores’. An execution core
computer, notebook computer, desktop thin client, work
means a processor that is physically present. Additional
station, mobile workstation, small-scale server, computer
‘virtual’ or ‘logical’ processors derived from one or more
server, blade system and components, multi-node server,
than one execution core are not physical cores. More than
server appliance, game console, docking station, internal
one execution core may be contained in a processor
power supply or external power supply;
package occupying a single CPU physical socket. The
total number of execution cores in the CPU is the sum
(23) ‘Display sleep mode’ means the power mode the display
of the execution cores provided by the devices connected
product enters after receiving a signal from a connected
to all the CPU physical sockets;
device or an internal stimulus (such as a timer or
occupancy sensor). The display product may also enter
(20) ‘Discrete Graphics Card’ (dGfx) means a discrete internal
this mode by virtue of a signal produced by user input.
component containing one or more graphics processing
The product must wake on receiving a signal from a
units (GPUs) with a local memory controller interface
connected device, a network, a remote control, and/or
and local graphics-specific memory and falling into one
an internal stimulus. While the product is in this mode,
of the following categories:
it is not producing a visible picture, with the possible
exception of user-oriented or protective functions such
as product information or status displays, or sensor-
(a) G1 (FB_BW ≤ 16);
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For the purposes of the Annexes, additional definitions are laid
Checking of computers and computer servers for compliance
down in Annex I.
with the applicable ecodesign requirements shall be carried out
in accordance with the verification procedure set out in point 2
of Annex III to this Regulation.
Article 3
Ecodesign requirements
The ecodesign requirements for computers and computer
Article 8
servers are set out in Annex II.
Indicative benchmarks
The indicative benchmarks for best-performing products and
Compliance of computers and computer servers with the
technology available on the market at the time of entry into
applicable ecodesign requirements shall be measured in
force of this Regulation are identified in Annex IV.
accordance with the methods set out in Annex III.
Article 4
Article 9
Amendment to Regulation (EC) No 1275/2008
Revision
Point 2 of Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 1275/2008 is
The Commission shall review this Regulation and present the
replaced by the following:
results of this review to the Ecodesign Consultation Forum no
later than three and a half years after its entry into force in the
‘2. Information technology equipment intended primarily for
light of technological progress.
use in the domestic environment, but excluding desktop
computers, integrated desktop computers and notebook
computers as defined in Commission Regulation (EU) No
In the light of rapid technological development, this review shall
617/2013 (*).
consider developments in the Energy Star programme, and
opportunities to tighten ecodesign requirements, to significantly
reduce or to eliminate the energy allowances, in particular for
___________
discrete graphics cards (dGfx), to update definitions/scope, and
(*) OJ L 175, 27.6.2013, p. 13.’
the potential to address energy consumption of integrated
displays.
Article 5
Application of Regulation (EC) No 278/2009
Furthermore, the review shall specifically consider different life-
cycle phases, the feasibility of establishing and applying the
Article 2(1)(g) of Regulation (EC) No 278/2009 is replaced by
Ecodesign requirements on other significant environmental
the following:
aspects such as noise, material use efficiency, including
requirements on durability, dismantlability, recyclability, stan
dardised interfaces for rechargers, as well as information
‘(g) it is intended for use with electrical and electronic
requirements on the content of certain Critical Raw Materials
household and office equipment as referred to in
and minimum number of loading cycles and battery
Article 2(1) of Regulation (EC) No 1275/2008 or with
replacement issues.
computers as defined in Commission Regulation (EU) No
617/2013 (*).
Article 10
___________
(*) OJ L 175, 27.6.2013, p. 13.’
Entry into force and application
This Regulation shall enter into force on the twentieth day
following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the
Article 6
European Union.
Conformity assessment
The conformity assessment procedure referred to in Article 8 of
Points 3 and 6.1 of Annex II shall apply as from the entry into
Directive 2009/125/EC shall be the internal design control
force of the Regulation.
system set out in Annex IV to that Directive or the management
system for assessing conformity set out in Annex V to that
Directive.
Points 1.1, 1.3, 2, 4, 5.1, 5.2, 6.2.1, 6.2.2, 6.2.3, 6.2.4, 6.2.5,
6.2.6, 7.1, 7.2 and 7.3 of Annex II shall apply as from 1 July
Article 7
2014.
Market surveillance and verification procedure
Market surveillance shall be carried out in accordance with the
Points 1.2 and 1.4 of Annex II shall apply as from 1 January
rules specified in Directive 2009/125/EC.
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This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.
Done at Brussels, 26 June 2013.
For the Commission
The President
José Manuel BARROSO

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ANNEX I
Definitions applicable for the purposes of the Annexes
1. ‘Annual total energy consumption (E TEC )’ means the electricity consumed by a product over specified periods of time
across defined power modes and states;
2. ‘Off mode’ means the power demand level in the low power mode which cannot be switched off (influenced) by a
user, other than through the movement of a mechanical switch, and which may persist for an indefinite period of
time when the appliance is connected to the main electricity supply and used in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions. Where Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) standards are applicable, off mode usually
correlates to ACPI system level G2/S5 (‘soft off’) state;
‘P off ’ represents off mode power in Watts as measured according to the procedures indicated in Annex II;
3. ‘Lowest power state’ means the state or mode with the lowest power demand found in a computer. This state or
mode may be entered or left by either a mechanical means (e.g. by turning off the computer’s power through the
movement of a mechanical switch) or via automatic means.;
4. ‘Sleep mode’ means a low power mode that a computer is capable of entering automatically after a period of
inactivity or by manual selection. In this mode the computer will respond to a wake event. Where Advanced
Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) standards are applicable, sleep mode usually correlates to ACPI system
level G1/S3 (suspend to RAM) state;
‘P sleep ’ represents sleep mode power in Watts as measured according to the procedures indicated in Annex II;
5. ‘Idle state’ means a state of a computer in which the operating system and other software have completed loading, a
user profile has been created, the computer is not in sleep mode, and activity is limited to those basic applications
that the operating system starts by default;
‘P idle ’ represents idle state power in Watts as measured according to the procedures indicated in Annex II;
6. ‘Additional Internal Storage’ means any and all internal storage devices, including hard disk drives (HDD), solid state
drives (SSD) and hybrid hard drives (HHD), included within a computer beyond the first;
7. ‘Television tuner’ means a discrete internal component that allows a computer to receive television signals;
8. ‘Audio card’ (‘sound card’) means a discrete internal component that processes input and output audio signals to and
from a computer;
9. ‘Wake event’ means a user, scheduled, or external event or stimulus that causes the computer to transition from sleep
mode or off mode to an active mode of operation. Wake event includes, but is not limited to, the following events:
(i) movement of the mouse;
(ii) keyboard activity;
(iii) controller input;
(iv) real-time clock event;
(v) a button press on the chassis; and
(vi) in the case of external events, stimulus conveyed via a remote control, network or modem;
10. ‘Active mode’ means the state in which a computer is carrying out useful work in response to (a) prior or concurrent
user input or (b) a prior or concurrent instruction over the network. This state includes active processing, seeking
data from storage, memory or cache, including idle state time while awaiting further user input and before entering
low power modes;
11. ‘Wake On LAN (WOL)’ means a functionality which allows a computer to transition from sleep mode or off mode
(or another similar low power mode) when directed by a network request via Ethernet;
12. ‘UMA’ means uniform memory access;
13. ‘Information or status display’ means a continuous function providing information or indicating the status of the
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ANNEX II
Ecodesign requirements and timetable
1. E TEC
Desktop computer and 1.1. From
1
July
2014
integrated desktop
computer
1.1.1. The annual total energy consumption (E TEC in kWh/year) shall not exceed:
(a) Category A computer: 133,00;
(b) Category B computer: 158,00;
(c) Category C computer: 188,00;
(d) Category D computer: 211,00.
E TEC shall be determined using the following formula:
E TEC = (8 760/1 000) × (0,55 × P off + 0,05 × P sleep + 0,40 × P idle ).
For computers that lack a discrete sleep mode, but have idle state power demand less
than or equal to 10,00 W, power in idle state (P idle ) may be used in place of sleep
(P sleep ) in the above equation, such that the formula is replaced by
E TEC = (8 760/1 000) × (0,55 × P off + 0,45 × P idle )
All P x are power values in the indicated mode/state as defined in the definition section,
measured in Watts (W) according to the procedures indicated in Annex III.
1.1.2. The following capability adjustments apply:
(a) memory: 1 kWh/year per GB over base, where base memory is 2 GB (for category
A, B and C computers) and 4 GB (for category D computers);
(b) additional internal storage: 25 kWh/year;
(c) discrete television tuner: 15 kWh/year;
(d) discrete audio card: 15 kWh/year;
(e) discrete graphics card (dGfx) for the first and each additional discrete graphics card
(dGfx):
dGfx category
TEC allowance
(kWh/year)
First discrete graphics card (dGfx) G1 34
G2 54
G3 69
G4 100
G5 133
G6 166
G7 225
Each additional discrete graphics card
G1 20
(dGfx)
G2 32
G3 41
G4 59
G5 78
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1.1.3. The capability adjustments for discrete graphics cards (dGfx), discrete television tuner
and discrete audio card mentioned in point 1.1.2 and point 1.2.2 only apply to cards
and tuner that are enabled during testing of desktop computers or integrated
computers.
1.1.4. Category D desktop computers and integrated desktop computers meeting all of the
following technical parameters are exempt from the provisions specified in points
1.1.1 and 1.1.2 and their revisions specified in point 1.2:
(a) a minimum of six physical cores in the central processing unit (CPU); and
(b) discrete graphics card(s) (dGfx) providing total frame buffer bandwidths above
320 GB/s; and
(c) a minimum 16 GB of system memory; and
(d) a PSU with a rated output power of at least 1 000 W.
1.2. From
1
January
2016
1.2.1. The following revisions to the annual total energy consumption specified in point
1.1.1 apply:
The annual total energy consumption (E TEC in kWh/year) shall not exceed:
(a) Category A computer: 94,00;
(b) Category B computer: 112,00;
(c) Category C computer: 134,00;
(d) Category D computer: 150,00.
1.2.2. The following revisions to the capability adjustments for discrete graphics cards
(dGfx) specified in point 1.1.2(e) apply:
dGfx category
TEC allowance
(kWh/year)
First discrete graphics card (dGfx) G1 18
G2 30
G3 38
G4 54
G5 72
G6 90
G7 122
Each additional discrete graphics card
G1 11
(dGfx)
G2 17
G3 22
G4 32
G5 42
G6 53
G7 72
Notebook computer 1.3. From
1
July
2014
1.3.1. The annual total energy consumption (E TEC in kWh/year) shall not exceed:
(a) Category A computer: 36,00;
(b) Category B computer: 48,00;
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E TEC shall be determined using the following formula:
E TEC = (8 760/1 000) × (0,60 × P off + 0,10 × P sleep + 0,30 × P idle ) where all P x are
power values in the indicated mode/state as defined in the definition section,
measured in Watts (W) according to the procedures indicated in Annex III.
1.3.2. The following capability adjustments apply:
(a) memory: 0,4 kWh/year per GB over base, where base memory is 4 GB;
(b) additional internal storage: 3 kWh/year;
(c) discrete television tuner: 2,1 kWh/year;
(d) discrete graphics card (dGfx) (for the first and each additional discrete graphics
card (dGfx))
dGfx category
TEC allowance
(kWh/year)
First discrete graphics card (dGfx) G1 12
G2 20
G3 26
G4 37
G5 49
G6 61
G7 113
Each additional discrete graphics card
G1
7
(dGfx)
G2 12
G3 15
G4 22
G5 29
G6 36
G7 66
1.3.3. The capability adjustments for discrete graphics cards (dGfx) and discrete television
tuner mentioned in point 1.3.2 and point 1.4.2 only apply to cards and tuner that
are enabled during testing of notebook computers.
1.3.4. Category C notebook computers meeting all of the following technical parameters are
exempt from the provisions specified in points 1.3.1 and 1.3.2 and their revisions
specified in point 1.4:
(a) a minimum of four physical cores in the central processing unit (CPU); and
(b) discrete graphics card(s) (dGfx) providing total frame buffer bandwidths above
225 GB/s; and
(c) a minimum 16 GB of system memory.
1.4. From
1
January
2016
1.4.1. The following revisions to the annual total energy consumption specified in point
1.3.1 apply:
The annual total energy consumption (E TEC in kWh/year) shall not exceed:
(a) Category A computer: 27.00;
(b) Category B computer: 36.00;
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1.4.2. The following revisions to the capability adjustments for discrete graphics cards
(dGfx) specified in point 1.3.2(d) apply:
dGfx category
TEC allowance
(kWh/year)
First discrete graphics card (dGfx) G1
7
G2 11
G3 13
G4 20
G5 27
G6 33
G7 61
Each additional discrete graphics card
G1
4
(dGfx)
G2
6
G3
8
G4 12
G5 16
G6 20
G7 36
2. SLEEP MODE
Desktop computer, inte 2. From
1
July
2014
grated desktop computer
and notebook computer 2.1. A
product
shall
provide
sleep
mode
and/or
another
condition
that
provides
the
functionality of sleep mode and which does not exceed the applicable power
demand requirements for a sleep mode.
2.2. Power demand in sleep mode shall not exceed 5,00 W in desktop computers and
integrated desktop computers and 3,00 W in notebook computers.
2.3. Desktop computers and integrated desktop computers where idle state power
demand is less than or equal to 10,00 W are not required to have a discrete
system sleep mode.
2.4. Where a product is placed on the market with a WOL functionality enabled in sleep
mode:
(a) an additional allowance of 0,70 W can be applied;
(b) it must be tested with a WOL functionality both enabled and disabled and must
comply with both requirements.
2.5. Where
a
product
is
placed
on
the
market
without
Ethernet
capability,
it
shall
be
tested without WOL enabled.
3. LOWEST POWER STATE
Desktop computer, inte 3.
As of the entry into force of the Regulation
grated desktop computer
and notebook computer 3.1. Power demand in the lowest power state shall not exceed 0,50 W.
3.2. A
product
shall
provide
a
power
state
or
mode
which
does
not
exceed
the
applicable
power demand requirements for the lowest power state when it is connected to the
mains power source.
3.3. Where a product is placed on the market with an information or status display, an
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4. OFF MODE
Desktop computer, inte 4. From
1
July
2014
grated desktop computer
and notebook computer 4.1. Power demand in off mode shall not exceed 1,00 W.
4.2. A
product
shall
provide
off
mode
and/or
another
condition
which
does
not
exceed
the applicable power demand requirements for off mode when it is connected to the
mains power source.
4.3. Where
a
product
is
placed
on
the
market
with
a
WOL
functionality
enabled
in
off
mode:
(a) an additional allowance of 0,70 W can be applied;
(b) it must be tested with a WOL functionality both enabled and disabled and must
comply with both requirements.
4.4. Where
a
product
is
placed
on
the
market
without
Ethernet
capability,
it
shall
be
tested without WOL enabled.
5. INTERNAL POWER SUPPLY EFFICIENCY
Desktop computer, inte 5.1. From
1
July
2014
grated desktop computer,
desktop thin client,
All computer internal power supplies shall not perform at less than:
workstation, and small-
(a) 85 % efficiency at 50 % of rated output power;
scale server
(b) 82 % efficiency at 20 % and 100 % of rated output power;
(c) power factor = 0,9 at 100 % of rated output power.
Internal power supplies with a maximum rated output power of less than 75 W are
exempt from the power factor requirement.
Computer servers 5.2. From
1
July
2014
5.2.1. All multi-output (AC-DC) power supplies shall not perform at less than:
(a) 85 % efficiency at 50 % of rated output;
(b) 82 % efficiency at 20 % and 100 % of rated output.
5.2.2. All multi-output (AC-DC) power supplies shall not perform at less than:
(a) power factor 0,8 at 20 % of rated output;
(b) power factor 0,9 at 50 % of rated output;
(c) power factor 0,95 at 100 % of rated output.
5.2.3. All single output (AC-DC) power supplies with rated output of not more than 500 W
shall not perform at less than:
(a) 70 % efficiency at 10 % of rated output;
(b) 82 % efficiency at 20 % of rated output;
(c) 89 % efficiency at 50 % of rated output;
(d) 85 % efficiency at 100 % of rated output.
5.2.4. All single output (AC-DC) power supplies with rated output of not more than 500 W
shall not perform at less than:
(a) power factor 0,8 at 20 % of rated output;
(b) power factor 0,9 at 50 % of rated output;
(c) power factor 0,95 at 100 % of rated output.
5.2.5. All single output (AC-DC) power supplies with rated output greater than 500 W but
not more than 1 000 W shall not perform at less than:
(a) 75 % efficiency at 10 % of rated output;
(b) 85 % efficiency at 20 % and 100 % of rated output;
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5.2.6. All single output (AC-DC) power supplies with rated output greater than 500 W but
not more than 1 000 W shall not perform at less than:
(a) power factor 0,65 at 10 % of rated output;
(b) power factor 0,8 at 20 % of rated output;
(c) power factor 0,9 at 50 % of rated output;
(d) power factor 0,95 at 100 % of rated output.
5.2.7. All single output (AC-DC) power supplies with rated output of more than 1 000 W
shall not perform at less than:
(a) 80 % efficiency at 10 % of rated output;
(b) 88 % efficiency at 20 % and 100 % of rated output;
(c) 92 % efficiency at 50 % of rated output.
5.2.8. All single output (AC-DC) power supplies with rated output of more than 1 000 W
shall not perform at less than:
(a) power factor 0,8 at 10 % of rated output;
(b) power factor 0,9 at 20 % of rated output;
(c) power factor 0,9 at 50 % of rated output;
(d) power factor 0,95 at 100 % of rated output.
6. POWER MANAGEMENT ENABLING
Desktop computer, inte 6.1. As of the entry into force of the Regulation
grated desktop computer
and notebook computer
The computer shall offer a power management function, or a similar function which,
when the computer is not providing the main function or when other energy-using
products are not dependent on its functions, automatically switches the computer
into a power mode that has a lower power demand than the applicable power
demand requirement for sleep mode.
6.2. From
1
July
2014
6.2.1. The computer shall reduce the speed of any active 1 Gigabit per second (Gb/s)
Ethernet network links when transitioning to sleep or off-with-WOL mode.
6.2.2. When in sleep mode, the response to ‘wake events’, such as those via network
connections or user interface devices, should happen with a latency of ≤ 5 seconds
from the initiation of a wake event to the system becoming fully usable including
rendering of display.
6.2.3. The computer shall be placed on the market with the display sleep mode set to
activate within 10 minutes of user inactivity.
6.2.4. A computer with Ethernet capability shall have the ability to enable and disable a
WOL function, if available, for sleep mode. A computer with Ethernet capability shall
have the ability to enable and disable WOL for off mode if WOL from off mode is
supported.
6.2.5. Where a distinct sleep mode or another condition that provides sleep mode func
tionality exists, the mode shall be set to activate within 30 minutes of user inactivity.
This power management function shall be activated before placing the product on
the market.
6.2.6. Users shall be able to easily activate and deactivate any wireless network connec
tion(s) and users shall be given a clear indication with a symbol, light or equivalent,
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7. INFORMATION TO BE PROVIDED BY MANUFACTURERS
Desktop computer, inte 7.1. From
1
July
2014
grated desktop computer,
and notebook computer 7.1.1. Manufacturers shall provide in the technical documentation and make publicly avail
able on free-access websites the following information:
(a) product type and category as defined in Article 2 (one and only one category);
(b) manufacturer’s name, registered trade name or registered trade mark, and the
address at which they can be contacted;
(c) product model number;
(d) year of manufacture;
(e) E TEC value (kWh) and capability adjustments applied when all discrete graphics
cards (dGfx) are disabled and if the system is tested with switchable graphics
mode with UMA driving the display;
(f) E TEC value (kWh) and capability adjustments applied when all discrete graphics
cards (dGfx) are enabled;
(g) idle state power demand (Watts);
(h) sleep mode power demand (Watts);
(i) sleep
mode
with
WOL
enabled
power
demand
(Watts)
(where
enabled);
(j) off
mode
power
demand
(Watts);
(k) off mode with WOL enabled power demand (Watts) (where enabled);
(l) internal power supply efficiency at 10 %, 20 %, 50 % and 100 % of rated output
power;
(m) external power supply efficiency;
(n) noise levels (the declared A-weighted sound power level) of the computer;
(o) the minimum number of loading cycles that the batteries can withstand (applies
only to notebook computers);
(p) the measurement methodology used to determine information mentioned in
points (e) to (o);
(q) sequence of steps for achieving a stable condition with respect to power demand;
(r) description of how sleep and/or off mode was selected or programmed;
(s) sequence of events required to reach the mode where the equipment automati
cally changes to sleep and/or off mode;
(t) the duration of idle state condition before the computer automatically reaches
sleep mode, or another condition which does not exceed the applicable power
demand requirements for sleep mode;
(u) the length of time after a period of user inactivity in which the computer
automatically reaches a power mode that has a lower power demand require
ment than sleep mode;
(v) the length of time before the display sleep mode is set to activate after user
inactivity;
(w) user information on the energy-saving potential of power management func
tionality;
(x) user information on how to enable the power management functionality;
(y) for products with an integrated display containing mercury, the total content of
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(z) test parameters for measurements:
— test voltage in V and frequency in Hz,
— total harmonic distortion of the electricity supply system,
— information and documentation on the instrumentation, set-up and circuits
used for electrical testing.
7.1.2. If a product model is placed on the market in multiple configurations the product
information required under point 7.1.1 may be reported once per product category
(as defined in Article 2), for the highest power-demanding configuration available
within that product category. A list of all model configurations that are represented
by the model for which the information is reported shall be included in the in
formation provided.
Notebook computer 7.2. From
1
July
2014
If a notebook computer is operated by battery/ies that cannot be accessed and
replaced by a non-professional user, in addition to the information specified in
point 7.1, manufacturers shall provide in the technical documentation, and make
available on free-access websites and on the external packaging of the notebook
computer, the following information ‘The battery[ies] in this product cannot be easily
replaced by users themselves’.
The information provided on the external packaging of the notebook computer shall
be clearly visible and legible and it shall be provided in all the official languages of
the country where the product is marketed.
Workstation, mobile
7.3. From
1
July
2014
workstation, desktop
thin client, small-scale 7.3.1. Manufacturers shall provide in the technical documentation and make publicly avail
server and computer ser
able on free-access websites the following information:
ver
(a) product type as defined in Article 2 (one and only one category);
(b) manufacturer’s name, registered trade name or registered trade mark, and the
address at which they can be contacted;
(c) product model number;
(d) year of manufacture;
(e) internal/external power supply efficiency;
(f) test parameters for measurements:
— test voltage in V and frequency in Hz,
— total harmonic distortion of the electricity supply system,
— information and documentation on the instrumentation, set-up and circuits
used for electrical testing.
(g) maximum power (Watts);
(h) idle state power (Watts);
(i) sleep mode power (Watts);
(j) off mode power (Watts);
(k) noise levels (the declared A-weighted sound power level of the computer;
(l) the measurement methodology used to determine information mentioned in
points (e) to (k).
7.3.2. If a product model is placed on the market in multiple configurations the product
information required under point 7.3.1 may be reported once per product category
(as defined in Article 2), for the highest power-demanding configuration available
within that product category. A list of all model configurations that are represented
by the model for which the information is reported shall be included in the in
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ANNEX III
Measurements and verification procedure for market surveillance
1. MEASUREMENTS
For the purposes of compliance and verification of compliance with the applicable requirements of this Regulation,
measurements and calculations shall be made using harmonised standards, the reference numbers of which have
been published in the Official Journal of the European Union, or using other reliable, accurate and reproducible
methods which take into account the generally recognised state of the art, and produce results deemed to be of
low uncertainty.
Computers placed on the market without an operating system capable of supporting an Advanced Configuration and
Power Interface (ACPI) system or similar, shall be tested with an ACPI (or similar) supporting operating system.
2. VERIFICATION
PROCEDURE
When performing the market surveillance checks referred to in Article 3(2) of Directive 2009/125/EC, the authorities
of the Member States shall apply the following verification procedure for the ecodesign requirements set out in
Annex II to this Regulation:
E TEC , sleep mode, off mode and lowest power state:
2.1. For power demand requirements larger than 1,00 W, or where energy consumption requirements formulated in TEC
result in a power demand requirement larger than 1,00 W in at least one power mode, Member State authorities
shall test one single unit as follows:
The model configuration shall be considered to comply with the applicable requirements set out in points 1.1, 1.2,
1.3, 1.4 and 2.3 of Annex II if the test results for the applicable limit values do not exceed them by more than 7 %.
The model configuration shall be considered to comply with the applicable requirements set out in point 2.2 of
Annex II if the test results for the applicable limit values do not exceed them by more than 7 %. An additional
allowance as set out in point 2.4 of Annex II can be added to the test results if the model configuration is placed on
the market with a WOL functionality enabled in sleep mode. The model configuration should be tested with WOL
functionality both enabled and disabled and should comply with both requirements. The model configuration placed
on the market without Ethernet capability shall be tested without WOL enabled.
If the test results referred to above are not achieved, three additional units of the same model configuration shall be
tested.
After three additional units of the same model and configuration have been tested, the model configuration shall be
considered to comply with the applicable requirements set out in points 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 2.2 and 2.3 of Annex II if
the average of the test results of the latter three units for the applicable limit values does not exceed them by more
than 7 %.
If the test results referred to above are not achieved, the model configuration and all models that are covered by the
same product information (mentioned in Annex II, points 7.1.2 and 7.3.2) shall be considered not to comply with
the applicable requirements set out in points 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 2.2 and 2.3 of Annex II.
2.2. For power demand requirements smaller than or equal to 1,00 W, Member State authorities shall test one single unit
as follows:
The model configuration shall be considered to comply with the applicable requirements set out in point 3.1 of
Annex II if the test results for the applicable limit values do not exceed them by more than 0,10 W. An additional
allowance as set out in point 3.3 of Annex II can be added to the test results if the model configuration is placed on
the market with an ‘information or status display’.
The model configuration shall be considered to comply with the applicable requirements set out in point 4.1 of
Annex II if the test results for the applicable limit values do not exceed them by more than 0,10 W. An additional
allowance as set out in point 4.3 of Annex II can be added to the test results if the model configuration is placed on
the market with a WOL functionality enabled in off mode. The model configuration should be tested with WOL
functionality both enabled and disabled and should comply with both requirements. The model configuration placed
on the market without Ethernet capability shall be tested without WOL enabled.
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After three additional units of the same model and configuration have been tested, the model configuration shall be
considered to comply with the applicable requirements set out in points 3.1 and 4.1 of Annex II if the average of the
test results of the latter three tests for the applicable limit values does not exceed them by more than 0,10 W.
If the test results referred to above are not achieved, the model configuration and all models that are covered by the
same product information (mentioned in Annex II, points 7.1.2 and 7.3.2) shall be considered not to comply with
the applicable requirements set out in points 3.1 and 4.1 of Annex II.
Internal power supply efficiency
2.3. Authorities of the Member States shall test one single unit.
The model shall be considered to comply with the provisions set out in point 5 of Annex II if:
(a) the arithmetic average of efficiency at load conditions as defined in Annex II does not fall below the applicable
limit value for average active efficiency by more than 2 %; and
(b) the arithmetic average of the power factor as defined in Annex II does not fall below the applicable limit value
for the power factor by more than 10 %.
If the results referred to above are not achieved, three additional units of the same model shall be tested.
After three additional units of the same model have been tested, the model shall be considered to comply with the
provisions set out in point 5 of Annex II if:
(a) the average of the arithmetic averages of efficiency at load conditions as defined in Annex II does not fall below
the applicable limit value for average active efficiency by more than 2 %; and
(b) the arithmetic average of the power factor as defined in Annex II does not fall below the applicable limit value
for the power factor by more than 10 %.
If the results referred to above are not achieved, the model configuration and all models that are covered by the
same product information (mentioned in Annex II, points 7.1.2 and 7.3.2) shall be considered not to comply with
the applicable requirements set out in point 5 of Annex II.
Power management enabling
2.4. For the requirements set out in point 6.1 of Annex II, Member State authorities shall use the applicable procedure to
measure the power demand after the power management function, or a similar function, has switched the equipment
into the applicable power mode.
2.5. For the requirements set out in points 6.2.1 to 6.2.6 of Annex II, Member State authorities shall test one single unit
as follows:
The model configuration shall be considered to comply with the applicable requirements set out in point 6.2.1 if the
speed of any active 1 Gigabit per second (Gb/s) Ethernet network links is reduced when a desktop computer,
integrated desktop computer or notebook computer transitions to sleep or off-with-WOL mode.
The model configuration shall be considered to comply with the applicable requirements set out in point 6.2.2 if a
desktop computer, integrated desktop computer or notebook computer becomes fully usable, including rendering of
any connected display, within 5 seconds after a wake event is initiated during sleep mode.
The model configuration shall be considered to comply with the applicable requirements set out in point 6.2.3 if a
display connected to a desktop computer, integrated desktop computer or notebook computer enters sleep mode
within 10 minutes of user inactivity.
The model configuration shall be considered to comply with the applicable requirements set out in point 6.2.4 if a
WOL function for sleep and off mode can be enabled and disabled.
The model configuration shall be considered to comply with the applicable requirements set out in point 6.2.5 if a
desktop computer, integrated desktop computer or notebook computer enters sleep mode within 30 minutes of user
inactivity.
The model configuration shall be considered to comply with the applicable requirements set out in point 6.2.6 if
users are able to easily activate and deactivate any wireless network connection(s) and users are given a clear
indication with a symbol, light or equivalent, when wireless network connection(s) have been activated or deacti
vated.
If the test results referred to above are not achieved, three additional units of the same model configuration should
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After three additional units of the same model and configuration have been tested, the model configuration shall be
considered to comply with the applicable requirements set out in points 6.2.1 to 6.2.6 of Annex II if all three of the
additional units meet the requirements.
If the results referred to above are not achieved, the model configuration and all models that are covered by the
same product information (mentioned in Annex II, points 7.1.2 and 7.3.2) shall be considered not to comply with
the applicable requirements set out in points 6.2.1 to 6.2.6 of Annex II.
The verification tolerances defined in this Annex relate only to the verification of the measured parameters by
Member State authorities and shall not be used by the manufacturer as an allowed tolerance on the values in the
technical documentation to achieve compliance with the requirements. Declared values shall not be more favourable
for the manufacturer than the values reported in the technical documentation.

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ANNEX IV
Indicative benchmarks
The following indicative benchmarks are identified for the purpose of Part 3, point 2 of Annex I to Directive
2009/125/EC.
They refer to the best available technology at the time of drafting this Regulation.
The best current performance for computers on the market is:
— E TEC varies by category — see table below;
— Sleep mode 0,4 W;
— Off mode 0,0 W.
Table
E TEC best current performance
E TEC (kWh/year) ( 1 )
Desktop computer and integrated desktop computer Category
A 33,4
Category B 28,7
Category C 75,8
Category D 63,5
Notebook computer Category
A 10,9
Category B 18,1
Category C 26,3
( 1 ) Latest data as at 20 March 2012.

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