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EURLEX ID:32013R0801

OJ编号:OJ L 29, 31.1.2014, p. 33-47

中文标题:委员会条例 (EU) No 66/2014 ,就家用烤箱,灶台和抽油烟机的生态设计要求,实施欧洲议会和理事会指令2009/125/EC(1)

原文标题:Commission Regulation (EU) No 66/2014 of 14 January 2014 implementing Directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council with regard to ecodesign requirements for domestic ovens, hobs and range hoods (1)

分类:12.10.20_合理利用与节约能源

文件类型:二级立法 Regulation|条例

生效日期:2013-09-12

废止日期:2058-12-31

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23.8.2013 Official
Journal
of
the
European
Union L
225/1
II
(Non-legislative acts)
REGULATIONS
COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) No 801/2013
of 22 August 2013
amending Regulation (EC) No 1275/2008 with regard to ecodesign requirements for standby, off
mode electric power consumption of electrical and electronic household and office equipment, and
amending Regulation (EC) No 642/2009 with regard to ecodesign requirements for televisions
(Text with EEA relevance)
THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,
21 June 2008 addressing the question of networked
standby in a separate process, due to a lack of data at
the time.
Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European
Union,
(3) The
Ecodesign
Work
Plan
2009-11
identified
networked
standby as one of the priorities. Accordingly, the
Commission carried out a preparatory study in
2010/11 which analysed the technical, environmental
Having regard to Directive 2009/125/EC of the European
and economic aspects of networked standby. The study
Parliament and of the Council of 21 October 2009 establishing
was devised in association with stakeholders and
a framework for the setting of ecodesign requirements for
interested parties from the EU and non-member coun
energy-related products ( 1 ), and in particular Article 15(1)
tries, and the results were made publicly available.
thereof,
(4) The
study
estimated
the
power
consumption
of
electrical
and electronic household and office equipment products
After consulting the Ecodesign Consultation Forum,
sold in the Community related to conditions providing
networked standby to be 54
TWh in 2010,
corresponding to 23 Mt CO 2 emissions. If no specific
measures are taken, consumption is predicted to
Whereas:
increase to 90 TWh in 2020. The conclusion was that
electricity consumption related to networked standby can
be significantly reduced. The present Regulation should
increase the market penetration of technologies yielding
(1) Article
16(2)
of
Directive
2005/32/EC
of
the
European
improved energy efficiency for networked standby,
Parliament and of the Council (
leading to estimated energy savings of 36 TWh in

2 ) makes provision for an
implementing measure, one of the priority measures
2020 and 49 TWh in 2025, compared to a business-
being to reduce standby losses for a group of products.
as-usual scenario.
(5) In particular, the study found that the power
(2) The
networked
standby
electric
power
consumption
of
management function that switches equipment into a
electrical and electronic household and office equipment
condition having networked standby when not
had been addressed by the technical, environmental and
providing a main function is essential for delivering the
economic study on standby and off mode losses carried
potential savings. It is acknowledged that equipment,
out in 2006/07. It concluded that network connectivity
reactivated by an external or internal trigger, can be in
was to become a common feature of household and
an active mode for a limited period of time indepen
office equipment. The Regulatory Committee on the
dently from its main function(s), e.g. to enable
Ecodesign of Energy-using Products recommended on
servicing or downloading of software. Power
management should ensure that the product returns
( 1 ) OJ L 285, 31.10.2009, p. 10.
into a condition having networked standby after having
( 2 ) OJ L 191, 22.7.2005, p. 29.
completed the tasks.

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(6) The
preparatory
study
concluded
that
for
networked
additional annual savings of more than 2 TWh by 2020.
standby a differentiation of requirements along the
These have not been considered in the savings
degree of network availability was needed. To that end,
assumptions for Regulation (EC) No 1275/2008,
a limited number of HiNA equipment was identified,
amongst which router, network switch, wireless
network access point, hub and modem whose main
HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:
function is the processing of network traffic. Since this
equipment is expected to react on incoming traffic
immediately, the condition having networked standby
Article 1
can be equivalent to the idle mode.
Amendments to Regulation (EC) No 1275/2008
Regulation (EC) No 1275/2008 is amended as follows:
(7) Given
that
the
functionalities
in
conditions
of
standby
and networked standby are interlinked and the product
(1) the title is replaced by the following:
scope is equivalent, the Ecodesign Consultation Forum
supported, on 14 September 2011, the view that the
ecodesign requirements regarding networked standby
Commission Regulation (EC) No 1275/2008 of
should be set out in an amending act to the existing
17 December 2008 implementing Directive 2005/32/EC
Commission Regulation (EC) No 1275/2008 ( 1 ).
of the European Parliament and of the Council with
regard to ecodesign requirements for standby and off
mode, and networked standby, electric power
(8)
The requirements for standby and off mode, and for
consumption of electrical and electronic household
networked standby should be reviewed together. Given
and office equipment’;
that the review date laid down in Regulation (EC) No
1275/2008 precedes the entry into force of the first
stage of the networked standby requirements, the Regu
(2) Article 1 is replaced by the following:
lation review date should be postponed by one year.
‘Article 1
(9) Given
that
televisions
which
are
subject
to
a
product-
Subject matter and scope
specific ecodesign implementing measure were
This Regulation establishes ecodesign requirements related
exempted from the scope of Regulation (EC) No
to standby and off mode, and networked standby, electric
1275/2008, ecodesign requirements for television-
power consumption for the placing on the market of elec
related networked standby are included in Commission
trical and electronic household and office equipment.
Regulation (EC) No 642/2009 ( 2 ). The technical, environ
mental and economic study on networked standby
estimated that the ecodesign requirements for
This Regulation shall not apply to electrical and electronic
networked standby of televisions would generate
household and office equipment placed on the market with
estimated savings of 10 TWh by 2020.
a low voltage external power supply to work as intended.’;
(3) the following definitions are added in Article 2:
(10) For coffee machines, the Ecodesign Consultation
Forums ( 3 ) of 16 December 2011 and 18 April 2012
supported the view that a product-specific implementing
‘10. “network” means a communication infrastructure with
measure should not be adopted, but that the standby
a topology of links, an architecture, including the
requirements of Regulation (EC) No 1275/2008 should
physical components, organisational principles,
be made more explicit for coffee machines.
communication procedures and formats (protocols);
(11) This
regulation
introduces
specifications
for
the
appli
11. “networked standby” means a condition in which the
cation of the power management requirements to
equipment is able to resume a function by way of a
coffee machines with regard to the default delay time
remotely initiated trigger from a network connection;
after which the equipment is automatically switched
into standby/off mode.
12. “remotely initiated trigger” means a signal that comes
from outside the equipment via a network;
(12) It
can
be
concluded
from
the
technical,
environmental
and economic study on household coffee machines,
13. “network port” means a wired or wireless physical
carried out under the Ecodesign Directive, that limiting
interface of the network connection located on the
the delay time after which coffee machines are auto
equipment through which the equipment can be
matically switched into standby/off mode will result in
remotely activated;
( 1 ) OJ L 339, 18.12.2008, p. 45.
( 2 ) OJ L 191, 23.7.2009, p. 42.
14. “logical network port” means the network technology
( 3 ) OJ L 190, 18.7.2008, p. 22.
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15. “physical network port” means the physical (hardware)
camera, a display, a sound system and processing capa
medium of a network port. A physical network port
bilities for encoding and decoding video and audio;
can host two or more network technologies;
28. “household coffee machine” means a non-commercial
16. “network availability” means the capability of the
appliance for brewing coffee;
equipment to resume functions after a remotely
initiated trigger has been detected by a network port;
29. “drip filter household coffee machine” means a
household coffee machine which uses percolation to
17. “networked equipment” means equipment that can
extract the coffee;
connect to a network and has one or more network
ports;
30. “heating element” means a component of the coffee
machine which converts electricity into heat to warm
18. “networked equipment with high network availability”
up water;
(HiNA equipment) means equipment with one or more
of the following functionalities, but no other, as the
31. “cup preheating” means a function for warming cups
main function(s): router, network switch, wireless
that are stored on the coffee machine;
network access point, hub, modem, VoIP telephone,
video phone;
32. “brewing cycle” means the process that has to be
completed to produce coffee;
19. “networked equipment with high network availability
functionality” (equipment with HiNA functionality)
means equipment with the functionality of a router,
33. “self-cleaning” means a process that the coffee machine
network switch, wireless network access point or
carries out to clean its interior. This process can either
combination thereof included, but not being HiNA
be a simple rinse or a washing process using specific
equipment;
additives;
20. “router” means a network device whose primary
34. “descaling” means a process that the coffee machine
function is to determine the optimal path along
carries out to remove totally or partially potential
which network traffic should be forwarded. Routers
scale in its interior;
forward packets from one network to another, based
on network layer information (L3);
35. “desktop thin client” means a computer that relies on a
connection to remote computing resources (e.g.
21. “network switch” means a network device whose
computer server, remote workstation) to obtain
primary function is to filter, forward and distribute
primary functionality and has no rotational storage
frames based on the destination address of each
media integral to the product. The main unit of a
frame. All switches operate at least at the data link
desktop thin client must be intended for use in a
layer (L2);
permanent location (e.g. on a desk) and not for port
ability. Desktop thin clients can output information to
22. “wireless network access point” means a device whose
either an external or, where included with the product,
primary function is to provide IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi)
an internal display;
connectivity to multiple clients;
36. “workstation” means a high-performance, single-user
23. “hub” means a network device that contains multiple
computer primarily used for graphics, Computer
ports and is used to connect segments of a Local Area
Aided Design, software development, financial and
Network;
scientific applications among other compute intensive
tasks, and which has the following characteristics:
24. “modem” means a device whose primary function is to
transmit and receive digitally modulated analogue
(a) has a mean time between failures (MTBF) of at least
signals over a wired network;
15 000 hours;
25. “printing equipment” means equipment that generates
(b) has error-correcting code (ECC) and/or buffered
paper output from electronic input. Printing equipment
memory;
may have additional functions and may be marketed as
a multifunctional device or multifunctional product;
(c) meets three of the following five characteristics:
26. “large format printing equipment” means printing
(1) has supplemental power support for high-end
equipment designed for printing on A2 media and
graphics (i.e. peripheral component inter
larger, including equipment designed to accommodate
connect (PCI)-E 6-pin 12
V supplemental
continuous-form media of at least 406 mm width;
power feed);
27. “tele-presence system” means a dedicated system for
(2) its system is wired for greater than × 4 PCI-E
high-definition video conferencing and collaboration
on the motherboard in addition to the graphics
which includes a user interface, a high-definition
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(3) does not support uniform memory access
(d) where placed on the market with an operating
(UMA) graphics;
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;
(e) is not placed on the market with a discrete graphics
card (dGfx) meeting any classification other than
(5) is capable of multi-processor support for two or
G1;
more CPU (must support physically separate
CPU packages/sockets, i.e. not met with
support for a single multi core CPU);
39. “computer server” means a computing product that
provides services and manages networked resources
for client devices, such as desktop computers,
37. “mobile workstation” means a high-performance,
notebook computers, desktop thin clients, internet
single-user computer primarily used for graphics,
protocol (IP) telephones, or other computer servers. A
Computer Aided Design, software development,
computer server is typically placed on the market for
financial and scientific applications among other
use in data centres and office/corporate environments.
compute intensive tasks, excluding game play, and
A computer server is primarily accessed via network
which is designed specifically for portability and to be
connections, and not through direct user input
operated for extended periods of time either with or
devices, such as a keyboard or a mouse;
without a direct connection to an AC power source.
Mobile workstations utilise an integrated display and
are capable of operation on an integrated battery or
A computer server has the following characteristics:
other portable power source. Most mobile workstations
use an external power supply and most have an inte
grated keyboard and pointing device.
(a) is designed to support computer server operating
systems (OS) and/or hypervisors, and targeted to
run user-installed enterprise applications;
A mobile workstation has the following characteristics:
(b) supports error-correcting code (ECC) and/or
(a) has a mean time between failures (MTBF) of at least
buffered memory (including both buffered dual in-
13 000 hours;
line memory modules (DIMMs) and buffered on
board (BOB) configurations);
(b) has at least one discrete graphics card (dGfx)
meeting the G3 (with FB Data Width > 128-bit),
(c) is placed on the market with one or more AC-DC
G4, G5, G6 or G7 classification;
power supply(ies);
(c) supports the inclusion of three or more internal
(d) all processors have access to shared system memory
storage devices;
and are independently visible to a single OS or
hypervisor.’;
(d) supports at least 32 GB of system memory;
(4) Article 3 is replaced by the following:
38. “small-scale server” means a type of computer that
typically uses desktop computer components in a
‘Article 3
desktop form factor but is designed primarily to be a
Ecodesign requirements
storage host for other computers and to perform
functions such as providing network infrastructure
The ecodesign requirements related to standby and off
services and hosting data/media, and which has the
mode, and networked standby electric power consumption,
following characteristics:
are set out in Annex II.’;
(a) is designed in a pedestal, tower, or other form
(5) Article 7 is replaced by the following:
factor similar to those of desktop computers such
that all data processing, storage, and network inter
‘Article 7
facing is contained within one box;
Revision
(b) is designed to be operational 24 hours per day and
The Commission shall review this Regulation and present
7 days per week;
the results of the review to the Consultation Forum no later
than 7 January 2016, in the light of technological progress.
The review will in particular address the scope and the
(c) is primarily designed to operate in a simultaneous
requirements for standby/off mode and the appropriateness
multi-user environment serving several users
and level of the requirements for networked standby with
through networked client units;
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The review could address, inter alia, professional equipment
‘3. As of 1 January 2015:
and products equipped with electric motors operated by
remote control.’;
(a) Possibility of deactivating wireless network
connection(s)
(6) Article 8 is replaced by the following:
‘Article 8
Any networked equipment that can be
connected to a wireless network shall offer the
Entry into force
user the possibility to deactivate the wireless
This Regulation shall enter into force on the twentieth day
network connection(s). This requirement does
following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the
not apply to products which rely on a single
European Union.
wireless network connection for intended use
and have no wired network connection.
Point 1 of Annex II shall apply as from 7 January 2010.
(b) Power management for networked equipment
Point 2 of Annex II shall apply as from 7 January 2013.
Equipment shall, unless inappropriate for the
Point 3 of Annex II shall apply as from 1 January 2015.
intended use, offer a power management
function or a similar function. When
Point 4 of Annex II shall apply as from 1 January 2017.
equipment is not providing a main function,
and other energy-using product(s) are not
dependent on its functions, the power
Point 5 of Annex II shall apply as from 1 January 2019.
management function shall switch equipment
after the shortest possible period of time appro
Point 6 of Annex II shall apply as from 1 January 2015.
priate for the intended use of the equipment,
automatically into a condition having
Point 7 of Annex II shall apply as from 1 January 2015.
networked standby.
This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly
In a condition providing networked standby, the
applicable in all Member States.’;
power management function may switch
equipment automatically into standby mode or
(7) Annex II is amended as follows:
off mode or another condition which does not
exceed the applicable power consumption
(a) point 2, paragraph d, is replaced by the following:
requirements for standby and/or off mode.
‘(d) Power management for all equipment other than
The power management function, or a similar
networked equipment
function, shall be available for all network ports
of the networked equipment.
Equipment shall, unless inappropriate for the
intended use, offer a power management function
The power management function, or a similar
or a similar function. When equipment is not
function, shall be activated, unless all network
providing the main function, and other energy-
ports are deactivated. In that latter case the
using product(s) are not dependent on its functions,
power management function, or a similar
the power management function shall switch
function, shall be activated if any of the
equipment after the shortest possible period of
network ports is activated.
time appropriate for the intended use of the
equipment, automatically into:
The default period of time after which the
— standby mode, or
power management function, or a similar
function, switches the equipment automatically
— off mode, or
into a condition providing networked standby
shall not exceed 20 minutes.
— another condition which does not exceed the
applicable power consumption requirements
(c) Networked equipment that has one or more
for off mode and/or standby mode when the
standby modes shall comply with the
equipment is connected to the mains power
requirements for these standby mode(s) when
source.
all network ports are deactivated.
The power management function shall be
(d) Networked equipment other than HiNA
activated.’;
equipment shall comply with the provisions
under 2(d) when all network ports are deacti
(b) the following new points 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 are added:
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(e) Power consumption in a condition providing
by the power management function, or a similar
networked standby:
function, shall not exceed 3,00 W.
The power consumption of HiNA equipment or
The power consumption limits as stipulated in
equipment with HiNA functionality in a
point (c) shall not apply to:
condition providing networked standby into
which the equipment is switched by the power
(i) large format printing equipment;
management function, or a similar function
shall not exceed 12,00 W.
(ii) desktop thin clients;
The power consumption of other networked
equipment in a condition providing networked
(iii) workstations;
standby into which the equipment is switched
by the power management function, or a similar
(iv) mobile workstations;
function, shall not exceed 6,00 W.
(v) small-scale servers;
The power consumption limits as stipulated in
point (e) shall not apply to:
(vi) computer servers.
(i) printing equipment with a power supply
5. As of 1 January 2019:
of a rated power larger than 750 W;
In addition to the requirements set out in point 3(a)
(ii) large format printing equipment;
and (b) and point 4(a), (b) and (c), the following
provision shall apply for networked equipment
(iii) tele-presence systems;
other than HiNA equipment or other than
equipment with HiNA-functionality:
(iv) desktop thin clients;
The power consumption of networked equipment
(v) workstations;
other than HiNA equipment or other than
equipment with HiNA functionality, in a condition
(vi) mobile workstations;
providing networked standby into which the
equipment is switched by the power management
(vii) small-scale servers;
function, or a similar function, shall not exceed 2,00
W.
(viii) computer servers.
4. As of 1 January 2017:
6. As of 1 January 2015:
In addition to the requirements set out in point 3(a)
For coffee machines, the delay time after which the
and (b), the following provisions shall apply:
product switches automatically into the modes and
conditions referred to in Annex II, point 2,
(a) Networked equipment that has one or more
paragraph (d) shall be as follows:
standby mode(s) shall comply with the
requirements for these standby mode(s) when
— for domestic drip filter coffee machines storing
all wired network ports are disconnected and
the coffee in an insulated jug, a maximum of
when all wireless network ports are deactivated.
five minutes after completion of the last
brewing cycle or 30 minutes after completion
(b) Networked equipment other than HiNA
of a descaling or self-cleaning process,
equipment shall comply with the provisions
under 2(d) when all wired network ports are
— for domestic drip filter coffee machines storing
disconnected and when all wireless network
the coffee in a non-insulated jug, a maximum of
ports are deactivated.
40 minutes after completion of the last brewing
cycle, or 30 minutes after completion of a
(c) Power consumption in a condition providing
descaling or self-cleaning process,
“networked standby”:
— for domestic coffee machines other than drip
The power consumption of HiNA equipment or
filter coffee machines, a maximum of 30
equipment with HiNA functionality, in a
minutes after completion of the last brewing
condition providing networked standby into
cycle, or a maximum of 30 minutes after
which the equipment is switched by the power
activation of the heating element, or a
management function, or a similar function,
maximum of 60 minutes after activation of
shall not exceed 8,00 W.
the cup preheating function, or a maximum of
30 minutes after completion of a descaling or
The power consumption of other networked
self-cleaning process, unless an alarm has been
equipment in a condition providing networked
triggered requiring users’ intervention to prevent
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Until the above date the ecodesign requirements set
— the sequence of events leading to the
out in Annex II.2.d shall not apply.
condition where the equipment auto
matically changes modes,
7. Product information requirements
— any notes regarding the operation of the
As of 1 January 2015, the following information for
equipment, e.g. information on how the
networked equipment shall be visibly displayed on
user switches the equipment into a
manufacturers’ freely accessible websites:
condition having networked standby,
(a) for each standby and/or off mode and the
— if applicable, the default time after which the
condition providing networked standby into
power management function, or similar
which the equipment is switched by the power
function, has switched the equipment into
management function or similar function:
the applicable low power mode or condition;
— the power consumption data in Watt
(b) for networked equipment:
rounded to the first decimal place,
— the number and type of network ports and,
— the period of time after which the power
with the exception of wireless network ports,
management function, or a similar
where these ports are located on the
function, switches the equipment auto
equipment; in particular it shall be declared
matically into standby and/or off mode
if the same physical network port accom
and/or the condition providing networked
modates two or more types of network
standby;
ports,
(b) the power consumption of the product in
— whether all network ports are deactivated
networked standby if all wired network ports
before delivery,
are connected and all wireless network ports
are activated;
— whether the equipment qualifies as HiNA
equipment or equipment with HiNa func
(c) guidance on how to activate and deactivate
tionality; where no information is provided,
wireless network ports.
this is considered not to be the case;
and for each type of network port:
The power consumption of the product in
networked standby as referred to in point (b) and
— the default time after which the power
the guidance as referred to in point (c) shall also be
management function, or a similar
included in the user manual.’;
function, switches the equipment into a
condition providing networked standby,
(c) point 3 is replaced by new point 8:
— the trigger that is used to reactivate the
‘8. Measurements
equipment,
The power consumption referred to in point 1(a) and
(b), point 2(a) and (b), points 3(e) and 4(c) and point 5,
— the (maximum) performance specifications,
and the delay times referred to in point 6, shall be
established by a reliable, accurate and reproducible
— the (maximum) power consumption of the
measurement procedure, which takes into account the
equipment in a condition providing
generally recognised state of the art.’;
networked standby into which the power
management function, or a similar
function, will switch the equipment, if only
(d) point 4 is replaced by new point 9:
this port is used for remote activation,
‘9. Information to be provided by manufacturers
— the communication protocol used by the
For the purposes of conformity assessment pursuant
equipment;
to Article 4, the technical documentation shall
contain the following elements:
If no information is provided, the equipment is
considered not to be networked equipment
unless it provides the functionalities of a
(a) for each standby and/or off mode:
router, network switch, wireless network access
point (not being a terminal), hub, modem, VoIP
— the power consumption data in Watt
telephone, video phone.
rounded to the first decimal place,
(c) test parameters for measurements:
— the measurement method used,
— ambient temperature,
— a description of how the equipment mode
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— total harmonic distortion of the electricity
The unit is put in on mode. Once the unit in on mode is
supply system,
working properly, it is allowed to go into the condition
providing networked standby and the power consumption
— information and documentation on the
is measured. Then the appropriate trigger is given to the
instrumentation, set-up and circuits used
equipment through the network port and a check is made
for electrical testing;
on whether the equipment is reactivated.
(d) the equipment characteristics relevant for
If the equipment has, as indicated in the technical docu
assessing conformity with the requirements set
mentation, more than one type of network port for each
out in point 1(c), or the requirements set out in
type of network port the following procedure is repeated. If
points 2(c) and/or 2(d) and/or 3(b), as applicable,
two or more network ports of a type are available, one port
including the time taken to automatically reach
is chosen randomly for each type of network port and that
standby, or off mode, or another condition
port is connected to the appropriate network complying
which does not exceed the applicable power
with the maximum specification of the port.
consumption requirements for off mode and/or
standby mode.
If for a certain type of network port only one port is
available, that port is connected to the appropriate
In particular, if applicable, a technical justifi
network complying with the maximum specification of
cation shall be provided that the requirements
the port. Wireless ports not used shall be deactivated if
set out in point 1(c), or the requirements set out
possible. In the event of verification of requirements set
in points 2(c) and/or 2(d) and/or 3(b), are
out in Annex II, point 3, the wired network ports not
inappropriate for the intended use of equipment.
used shall be deactivated if possible.
The need to maintain one or more network
connections or to wait for a remotely initiated
The unit is put in on mode. Once the unit in on mode is
trigger is not considered a technical justification
working properly, it is allowed to go into the condition
for exemption from the requirements set out in
providing networked standby and the power consumption
2(d) in the case of equipment that is not defined
is measured. Then the appropriate trigger is given to the
as networked equipment by the manufacturer.’;
equipment through the network port and a check is made
whether the equipment is reactivated. If one physical
(8) the following is added to Annex III:
network port is shared by two or more types of (logical)
network ports this procedure is repeated for each type of
‘Regarding the requirements set out in Annex II, point 2(d),
logical network port, with the other logical network ports
Member States’ authorities shall use the applicable
being logical-disconnected.
procedure above to measure the power consumption after
the power management function, or similar function, has
The model shall be considered to comply with this Regu
switched the equipment into the applicable mode or
lation if the results for each type of network port do not
condition.
exceed the limit value by more than 10 %.
Regarding the requirements set out in Annex II, points 3(c)
Otherwise, three more units shall be tested. The model shall
and 4(a) Member States authorities shall use the applicable
be considered to comply with this Regulation if the average
procedure above, after having deactivated and/or discon
of the results for each type of network port of the latter
nected, as applicable, all network ports of the unit.
three tests does not exceed the limit value by more than
10 %.
When performing the market surveillance checks referred to
in Article 3(2) of Directive 2009/125/EC of the European
Otherwise, the model shall be considered not to comply.
Parliament and of the Council (*), the Member States’ auth
orities shall apply the following verification procedure for
the requirements set out in Annex II, points 3 and 4, as
The Member State authorities shall provide the test results
applicable.
and other relevant information to the authorities of the
other Member States and to the Commission within one
Member States’ authorities shall test one single unit as
month of the decision being taken on the non-compliance
follows:
of the model.
If the equipment has, as indicated in the technical docu
In addition to the procedures set out above, Member States’
mentation, one type of network port and if two or more
authorities shall use reliable, accurate and reproducible
ports of that type are available, one of these ports is
measurement procedures which take into account the
randomly chosen and that port is connected to the appro
generally recognised state of the art, including methods
priate network complying with the maximum specification
set out in documents the reference numbers of which
of the port. In the event of multiple wireless network ports
have been published for that purpose in the Official
of the same type, the other wireless ports shall be deac
Journal of the European Union.
tivated if possible. In the event of multiple wired network
ports of the same type for verifying requirements set out in
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(*) OJ L 285, 31.10.2009, p. 10.’;
tivated if possible. If only one network port is available, that
port is connected to the appropriate network complying
with the maximum specification of the port.
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‘Networked standby: 3 W for HiNA equipment; 1 W or less
1. As of 1 January 2015:
for non-HiNA equipment.’.
(a) Possibility to deactivate wireless network connec
Article 2
tion(s)
Amendments to Regulation (EC) No 642/2009
If a networked television has the ability to
Regulation (EC) No 642/2009 is amended as follows:
connect to a wireless network, it shall be
possible for the user to deactivate the wireless
(1) in Article 2, the following definitions are added:
network connection(s). This requirement does
not apply to products which rely on a single
‘12. “network” means a communication infrastructure with
wireless network connection for intended use
a topology of links, an architecture including the
and have no wired network connection.
physical components, organisational principles,
communication procedures and formats (protocols);
(b) Power management for networked televisions
13. “network port” means a wired or wireless physical
interface of the network connection located at the
Networked televisions shall provide a function
television through which the television can be
with the following characteristics:
remotely activated;
After no more than 4 hours in on mode
14. “networked television” means a television that can
following the last user interaction and/or a
connect to a network and has one or more network
channel change, the television shall be auto
ports;
matically switched from on mode to a
condition of networked standby or any other
15. “network availability” means the capability of the
condition which does not exceed the applicable
television to resume functions after a remotely
power consumption requirements for conditions
initiated trigger has been detected by a network port;
providing networked standby.
16. “remotely initiated trigger” means a signal that comes
Televisions shall display an alert message before
from outside the television via a network;
the automatic switch from on mode to the
applicable condition/modes. This function shall
17. “networked standby” means a condition in which the
be set as default.
television is able to resume a function through a
remotely initiated trigger via a network connection;
In a condition providing networked standby, the
power management function may switch the
18. “networked television with high network availability
television automatically into standby mode, or
functionality” (a television with HiNA functionality)
off mode or another condition which does not
means a television with the functionality of a router,
exceed the applicable power consumption
network switch, wireless network access point (not
requirements for off mode and/or standby mode.
being a terminal) or combination thereof included;
The power management function, or a similar
19. “router” means a network device that, as its primary
function, shall be available for all network
function, determines the optimal path along which
ports of the networked television.
network traffic should be forwarded. Routers forward
packets from one network to another, based on
The power management function, or a similar
network layer information (L3);
function, shall be activated, unless all wireless
network ports are deactivated. In that case the
20. “network switch” means a network device that, as its
power management function, or a similar
primary function, filters, forwards, and distributes
function, shall be activated if any one of the
frames based on the destination address of each
network ports is activated.
frame. All switches operate at least at the data link
layer (L2);
(c) A networked television that has one or more
standby modes shall comply with the
21. “wireless network access point” means a device that, as
requirements for these standby mode(s) when
its primary function, provides IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi)
all wireless network ports are deactivated.
connectivity to multiple clients.’;
(2) Annex I is amended as follows:
(d) Power consumption in a condition providing
networked standby:
(a) the following is added as new point 3:
The power consumption of television with HiNA
‘3. NETWORKED STANDBY POWER CONSUMPTION
functionality, in a condition providing networked
standby into which the television is switched by
For networked televisions, the following requirements
the power management function, or a similar
shall apply:
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The power consumption of televisions without
(e) in point 5.1 (new point 6.1), the following is added
HiNA functionality in a condition providing
after (d) as new point (e):
networked standby into which the television is
switched by the power management function, or
a similar function, shall not exceed 6,00 W.
‘(e) for networked standby
— the number and type of network ports and,
2. As of 1 January 2017:
except for wireless network ports, where these
ports are located on the television; in particular
In addition to the requirements set out in point 1(a)
it shall be noted if the same physical network
and (b), the following provisions shall apply:
port accommodates two or more types of
network ports,
(a) A networked television that has one or more
standby modes shall comply with the
— whether all network ports are deactivated before
requirements for these standby mode(s) when
delivery,
all wired network ports are disconnected and
when all wireless network ports are deactivated.
— whether the television qualifies as television
with HiNA functionality; if no information is
provided the television is considered not to be
(b) A networked television shall comply with the
HiNA equipment or a television with HiNA
provisions under 2.2(d) when all wired network
functionality.’;
ports are disconnected and when all network
ports are deactivated.
(f) in point 5.1 (new point 6.1), the following is added
after new point (e) as new point (f):
(c) Power consumption in a condition providing
networked standby:
‘(f) for each type of network port:
The power consumption of television with HiNA
functionality, in a condition providing networked
— the default time after which the power
standby into which the television is switched by
management function, or a similar function,
the power management function, or a similar
switches the television into a condition
function, shall not exceed 8,00 W.
providing networked standby,
— the trigger that is used to reactivate the
The power consumption of televisions without
equipment,
HiNA functionality in a condition of networked
standby into which the television is switched by
the power management function, or a similar
— the (maximum) performance specifications,
function, shall not exceed 3,00 W.
— the (maximum) power consumption of the
3. As of 1 January 2019:
television in a condition providing networked
standby into which the power management
function, or a similar function, will switch the
In addition to the requirements set out in point 1(a)
equipment, if only this port is used for remote
and (b) and point 2(a), (b) and (c) the following
activation.
provisions shall apply for networked televisions
other than HiNA equipment or televisions with
HiNA-functionality:
If no information is provided, the television is
considered not to be a networked television.’;
The power consumption of televisions without HiNA
functionality in a condition of networked standby
(g) point 5.1(e) becomes new point 6.1(g);
into which the television is switched by the power
management function, or a similar function, shall
(h) in point 5.2 (new point 6.2), the second indent is
not exceed 2,00 W.’;
replaced by the following:
(b) point 3 becomes point 4;
‘— for each standby and/or off mode and the condition
providing networked standby, the power
consumption data in Watt rounded to the second
(c) point 4 becomes point 5;
decimal place.’;
(d) point 5 becomes point 6;
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The power consumption referred to in point 2.1(a) and (b),
standby power consumption
point 2.2(a) and (b) and points 3.1(d) and 3.2(c) shall be
Measurements of the power consumption referred to in
established by a reliable, accurate and reproducible
Annex I, Parts 2 and 3 shall fulfil all of the following
measurement procedure, which takes into account the
conditions:
generally recognised state of the art.’;
(4) Annex III is replaced by the following:
‘ANNEX III
VERIFICATION PROCEDURE
A. Verification procedure for requirements established in Parts 1, 2, 4 and 5 of Annex I
(1) When performing the market surveillance checks referred to in Article 3(2) of Directive 2009/125/EC of the
European Parliament and of the Council (*), the Member States’ authorities shall apply the following verifi
cation procedure for the requirements set out in Annex I, Parts 1, 2, 4 and 5.
Member States’ authorities shall test one single television unit.
The model shall be considered to comply with the provisions set out in Annex I, if:
(a) the result for on-mode power consumption does not exceed the applicable limit value set out in Annex I,
points 1 and 2 of Part 1 by more than 7 %; and
(b) the results for off-mode/standby conditions, as applicable, do not exceed the applicable limit values set out
in Annex I, point 1(a) and (b) and point 2(a) and (b) of Part 2 by more than 0,10 W; and
(c) the result for the peak luminance ratio set out in Annex I, Part 5 does not fall below 60 %.
If the results referred to in point 1(a) or (b) or (c) are not achieved, three additional units of the same model
shall be tested.
(2) After three additional units of the same model have been tested, the model shall be considered to comply
with the requirements set out in Annex I, if:
(a) the average of the results for the latter three units for on-mode power consumption does not exceed the
applicable limit value set out in Annex I, points 1 and 2 of Part 1 by more than 7 %; and
(b) the average of the results for the latter three units for off-mode/standby conditions, as applicable, do not
exceed the applicable limit values set out in Annex I, point 1(a) and (b) and point 2(a) and (b) of Part 2 by
more than 0,10 W; and
(c) the average of the results for the latter three units for the peak luminance ratio set out in Annex I, Part 5
does not fall below 60 %.
If the results referred to in point 2(a) and (b) and (c) are not achieved, the model shall be considered not to
comply with the requirements.
B. Verification procedure for requirements established in Part 3 of Annex I
When performing the market surveillance checks referred to in Article 3(2) of Directive 2009/125/EC, the
Member States’ authorities shall apply the following verification procedure for the requirements set out in
Annex I, points 1(d) and 2(c) of Part 3, as applicable. They shall use the applicable procedure below, after
having deactivated and/or disconnected, as applicable, all network ports of the unit.
Member States’ authorities shall test one single unit as follows:
If the television has, as indicated in the technical documentation, one type of network port and if two or more
ports of that type are available, one of these ports is chosen randomly and that port is connected to the
appropriate network complying with the maximum specification of the port. In the event of multiple wireless
network ports of the same type, the other wireless ports shall be deactivated if possible. In the event of multiple
wired network ports of the same type for verifying requirements set out in Annex I, point 2, the other network
ports shall be deactivated if possible. If only one network port is available, that port is connected to the
appropriate network complying with the maximum specification of the port.

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The unit is put in on mode. Once the unit in on mode is working properly, it is allowed to go into the condition
providing networked standby and the power consumption is measured. Then the appropriate trigger is provided
to the television through the network port and a check is made whether the television is reactivated.
Where the television has, as indicated in the technical documentation, more than one type of network port, for
each type of network port the following procedure is repeated. If two or more network ports of a type are
available, one port is chosen randomly for each type of network port and that port is connected to the
appropriate network complying with the maximum specification of the port.
If for a certain type of network port only one port is available, that port is connected to the appropriate network
complying with the maximum specification of the port. Wireless ports not used shall be deactivated if possible. In
the event of verification of requirements set out in Annex II, point 3, the wired network ports not used shall be
deactivated if possible.
The unit is put in on mode. Once the unit in on mode is working properly, it is allowed to go into the condition
providing networked standby and the power consumption is measured. Then the appropriate trigger is provided
to the television through the network port and a check is made whether the television is reactivated.
If one physical network port is shared by two or more types of (logical) network ports this procedure is repeated
for each type of logical network port, with the other logical network ports being logical-disconnected.
The model shall be considered to comply with this Regulation if the results for each type of network port do not
exceed the limit value by more than 7 %.
Otherwise, three more units shall be tested. The model shall be considered to comply with this Regulation if the
average of the results for each type of network port of the latter three tests does not exceed the limit value by
more than 7 %.
Otherwise, the model shall be considered not to comply.
The Member State authorities shall provide the test results and other relevant information to the authorities of the
other Member States and to the Commission within one month of the decision being taken on the non-
compliance of the model.
C. Conformity check
For the purpose of checking conformity with the requirements, the authorities of the Member States shall use the
procedure set out in Annex II and reliable, accurate and reproducible measurement procedures, which take into
account the generally recognised state of the art measurement methods, including methods set in documents the
reference numbers of which have been published for that purpose in the Official Journal of the European Union.
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Article 3
Entry into force
This Regulation shall enter into force on the twentieth day following that of its publication in the Official
Journal of the European Union.
This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.
Done at Brussels, 22 August 2013.
For the Commission
The President
José Manuel BARROSO

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