Date: 13th October, 2016 Revision 1 (*Red color represents the changes inserted.)

Schedule - 20 LED LAMPS 1. SCOPE 1.1. This schedule specifies the energy labeling requirements for self-ballasted nondirectional general service LED lamps for general lighting services that works on single phase ac supply up to and including 250V, 50Hz, being manufactured, imported or sold in India. 1.2. This schedule does not covers self-ballasted LED-lamps that intentionally produce tinted or colored light neither does it cover OLEDs 2. NORMATIVE REFERENCE This schedule shall be read in conjunction with the latest publication of the following standards with all amendments:

Reference Standard IS 16102:2012 – Part I IS 16102:2012 – Part II IS 16106:2012

IS 14700 (Part 3/Sec 2) :1999

Table 1: Reference Standards Title of the Standard Self-Ballasted LED Lamps for General Lighting Services – Safety Requirements Self-Ballasted LED Lamps for General Lighting Services – Performance Requirements Method of Electrical and Photometric Measurements of Solid State Lighting (LED) products Electromagnetic compatibility Part 3 Limits Sec 2 Limits for harmonic current emissions

3. TERMINOLOGY For the purpose this schedule, the definitions referred & given in IS 16102 (Part I&II), shall apply in addition to the following:


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BUREAU OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY 3.1. Rated Wattage: The wattage marked on the lamp or declared by manufacturer or responsible vendor. 3.2. Rated luminous flux: The flux marked on the lamp or declared as such by manufacturer or responsible vendor. The luminous flux is denoted by lumens (L) 3.3. Luminous efficacy: The ratio of luminous flux emitted by a lamp to the power consumed by the lamp and is expressed in L/W. 3.4. Label: Label means any written, printed, marked, stamped or graphic matter affixed to, or appearing upon, the LED lamps. 3.5. Validity of Label: The validity period of the luminous efficacy (L/W) value under energy labeling plan specified in the schedule. 4. PRE-QUALIFICATION CRITERIA: To qualify as a BEE star labelled product, the LED lamps covered under this schedule shall meet the following requirement: 4.1. The LED lamps shall confirm to the safety requirements as specified in IS 16102 (Part 1). 4.2. The LED lamps shall meet the harmonics requirement as per IS 14700 (Part 3/Sec 2) and power factor requirements as per IS 16102 (Part 2). 4.3. The LED lamps shall confirm the photo biological test as specified in IS 16108. Note: In view of the lack of test facilities, manufacturer may submit the test certificate of LED chips as per IS 16108/IEC:62471:2008 (Photo biological test report) and IS16105/LM 80 (Lumen maintenance of SSL source). Also LM 79 or IS 16106 Report of LED Lamp (as complete product) needs to be submitted. 4.4. The lamp shall have at least 95 percent lumen maintenance at 1000 hours of operation at the time of application submission. 4.5. The lamp shall comply with the following criteria defined for star rating level: 1. Star Rating level: “The star rating level shall be declared based on the initial luminous efficacy.” 2. Luminous efficacy: “In a batch, the failure of LED lamps shall not exceed the qualifying limit for wattage and initial luminous flux (Refer clause 18.2 of IS 16102 (Part 2): 2012).’’ Illustration: Technical specifications of LED lamp Star rating band: ≥ 90 L/W & < 105 L/W Star rating level: 3 star Declared luminous efficacy: 92 L/W No. of LED samples in a batch: 10


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BUREAU OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY Case 1: Pass i.e. a batch is eligible for star rating Out of 10 samples in a batch, 6 samples are having individual luminous efficacy of ≥ 90 L/W an rest 4 samples are having individual luminous efficacy