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Revision 2 Date 20032013 Schedule 5 1 Scope Direct Cool Refrigerator 11 This scheme specifies the energy labelling requirements for electric mains powered Direct Cool refrigerating appliance of the Vapour compression type intended for household and similar use being manufactures imported or sold in India 12 This Standard shall be read in conjunction with ASNZS 44741 1997 Energy Consumption and performance and ASNZS 4474222001 Energy labelling and minimum energy performance standard 13 In particular this schedule specifies the following a Projected Annual Energy Consumption PAEC b Tested Energy Consumption Et 0 Comparative Energy Consumption CEC d Total Adjusted Storage Volume for Direct Cool Vadjtotdc 62 Star Rating Plan D Printing requirements for refrigerating appliances energy labels The above terms have been defined in Annexure I Section 1 DEFINITIONS of this schedule 2 Schedule of tests 21 Method of tests The testing code and procedure for Direct Cool Refrigerator would be as per ASN ZS 447411997 Energy Consumption and performance with all amendments 22 Parameters to be tested 221 Energy Consumption The Energy Consumption of the Direct Cool refrigerator will be tested as per Appendix K amp Appendix O of ASNZS 447411997 NOTE Exception to ASN ZS 447411997 Part 1 For DirectCool refrigerators the target temperature for the freezer compartment is 6 C till further notification 222 Rated Volume Storage and Gross Each compartment gross and storage Volume of the appliance shall meet the requirements set out in Section 3 and Appendix A of ASNZS 44741 1997 1 THE ASNZS 447411997 TEST PROCEDURES ARE BEING USED IN THE INTERIM TILL IS 1476 Part 1 2000 IS REVISED 1 23 Test Report The results of tests shall be reported as per Appendix Q of the ASNZS 44741 1997 with the relevant sections from the mentioned appendix applicable and will clearly mention the gross volume and the storage volume 3 Tolerance Limit The tolerance limit for the volume storage amp gross pull doWn and operating temperature performance shall be as defined in ASNZS 4474ll997 4 Conditions of Compliance The conditions of compliance shall be as specified in ASNZS 4474ll997 5 Rating Plan Rating plan will be as per Annexure I Section 2 CALCULATIONS FOR THE ENERGY LABEL of this schedule 6 Sampling The samples will be picked up by Bureau of Energy Efficiency BEE or its designated agency for testing as per the following sampling plan a One sample will be picked up at random from the manufacturing facility or Warehouse b One sample will be picked from a retail outlet 7 Quali cation a Pull Down Test The appliance shall meet the requirements set out in Section 3 and Appendix G of ASNZS 44741 b Operating Temperature Performance Test Operating Temperature Performance Test as defined in Section 2 and Appendix J of ASNZS 447411997 shall be required only if consideration for special compartments is taken in calculating adjusted volume While all units within a model are required to meet the Pull doWn test and Operating Temperature Performance test as applicable a test report for a single unit is required to confirm this for the purposes of energy labelling 8 Label Design manner of display The label design and manner of display will be as per Annexure I Section 3 LABEL DESIGN AND MANNER OF DISPLAY of this schedule 9 Fees a Registration fee is payable on application for assignment of authority is Rs 1000 One thousand only b Registration fee is payable on application for renewal of authority to affix labels is Rs 500 Five hundred only c Labelling fee for affixation of label on each piece of Direct Cool DC refrigerator is Rs 5 Five only ANNEXURE I SECTION 1 DEFINITIONS 1 Definitions For the purposes of this schedule the definitions given in ASNZS 44741 1997 and ASNZS 44742 2001 and those below apply The definitions below take preference over the ones in the above mentioned standards 11 Direct Cool DC Appliance These are the refrigerators with or without crisper ice making or frozen food storage compartments and are NOT cooled by internal forced air circulation Cooling is primarily obtained by natural convection only However some products may have fan to avoid intemal condensation but not to claim as frost free 12 Projected Annual Energy Consumption PAEC The estimated energy used by a single unit during one year s use This is calculated from Tested Energy Consumption E refer 211 of this Annexure Units kWhYear 13 Tested Energy Consumption Et The value of energy consumption as determined by Appendix K of ASNZS 447111997 This is calculated for a period of 24 hours Units Wh 14 Comparative Energy Consumption CEC The nominal energy consumption of a model of refrigerating appliance It is based on the PAEC of the model refer 22 of this Annexure The CEC appears on the energy label Units kWhYear 15 Total Adjusted Storage Volume for Direct Cool Vadjtotdc The rated storage volume of a compartment adjusted to compensate for heat loadings on spaces which are at temperature other than that of fresh food type space NOTE The adjusted volume shall be calculated on the basis of the STORAGE VOLUME of each compartment 16 Star Rating The number of stars displayed on the energy label The available stars are between a minimum of one and a maximum of five shown in one star interval The star rating is calculated from the Star Rating Band refer 25 of this Annexure The Star Rating determination will vary for different models based on the storage volume No units 17 Star Rating Band The Star Rating Band is a range of energy efficiency kWhYear which is arrived by calculations refer 25 of this annexure and is used for determining the number of stars displayed on the energy label 18 Family of models Family of models is the range of models of one particular brand to which a single set of test reports is applicable and Where each of the models has the same relevant physical characteristics comparative energy consumption and energy efficiency rating and performance characteristics The term model is synonymous with family of models 19 Variant A model variant is an alternative version of a model which has the same sales specification and the same model number or other form of designation as another version of the model and offers the same performance except that it has a different PAEC and may have a different Star Rating SECTION 2 CALCULATIONS FOR THE ENERGY LABEL 21 GENERAL This Section sets out the equations and procedures for calculating values of Projected Annual Energy Consumption PAEC amp Comparative Energy Consumption CEC and the Star Rating which appear on the energy label 211 Projected Annual Energy Consumption PAEC The process consists of measuring the tested energy consumption Et Appendix K of ASNZS 447l1l997 of each unit tested then calculating the projected annual energy consumption PAEC of the unit PAEC Et 365 1000 kWhYear E tested energy consumption expressed in Wh per 24 hours rounded to the nearest whole number 22 NUMBER OF TEST AND PROCESSING OF DATA 221 Number of units required For the purpose of determining the CEC of a model for labelling three separate units of the nominated model shall be tested for energy consumption in accordance with Section 2 of ASNZS 44741l997 222 Number of tests per unit Each unit shall be tested with sufficient test runs to enable a valid E to be determined for that unit This determination shall be documented in a test report containing the test result for all test runs used to derive E refer to ASNZS 4474ll997 Appendices K and Q 223 Results After testing three or more separate units the separate values of PAEC shall be averaged and referred to as PAECav 224 Rounding Unless otherwise stated number shall be rounded and recorded to five significant figures The values of PAEC PAEC CEC and Star Rating Band shall be rounded of lt 05 to lower whole number and 05 to higher Whole number to the nearest Whole number 23 COMPARATIVE ENERGY CONSUMPTION 231 General The CEC for a model shall not be less than the average rounded to a Whole integer PAEC Value ie PAEC for the three or more units which are tested to determine the label particulars The CEC shall be an integer in units of kWhYear The CBC and Total Adjusted Storage Volume for Direct Cool Vadjtotdc shall be used to determine the Star Rating Band and Star Rating of the model 232 Variant Two or more Variants of a model may use a common label with a CEC not less than the highest PAEC rounded to the nearest whole number of those Variants 24 TOTAL ADJUSTED STORAGE VOLUME FOR Direct Cool Vadjtotdc Fresh Food Chamber Target Temperature 3 Degree Celsius Freezer Chamber Target Temperature 6 Degree Celsius Adjusted Volume Factor Test room Temperature Freezer Temperature Test room Temperature Fresh Food Temperature 32 6 32 3 131 Total Adjusted Volume for Direct Cool refrigerator Vadjt0tdc Fresh Food Storage Volume 131 Freezer Storage Volume 25 STAR RATING The star rating parameters kdc Constant Multiplier kWhLitreYear amp Cdc Constant Fixed Allowance kWhYear shall be obtained from TABLE 21 22 23 depending on the year of manufacturingimport assembling S No Product ManufacturedImportedAssembled Table to be used 39 1st November 2006 to 30th June 2014 2391 1st July 2014 to 31st December 2015 2 2 1st Jan 2016 to 31st December 2017 2 3 The following equation shall be used to determine the Star Rating Bands for a particular model Still Rating Band SRBdc kdc Vadjt0tdc cdc Where K Constant Multiplier kWhLitreYear Vadjtotdc Total Adjusted Storage Volume for Direct Cool Litre Cdc Constant Fixed Allowance kWhYear TABLE 21 Star Rating Band valid from 01 November 2006 to 30 June 2014 k ca Star Ratmg Band Constant Multiplier Constant Fixed Allowance 1 Star 0645 541 2 Star 0516 432 3 Star 0413 346 4 Star 0330 277 5 Star 0264 221 TABLE 22 Star Rating Band valid from 1 July 2014 to 31 December 2015 kdc Cdc Star Ratmg Band Constant Multiplier Constant Fixed Allowance 1 Star 0516 432 2 Star 0413 346 3 Star 0330 277 4 Star 0264 221 5Star 0211 177 TABLE 23 Star Rating Band valid from 01 January 2016 onwards k ca Still Rating Band Constant Multiplier Constant Fixed Allowance 1 Star 0330 277 2 Star 0264 221 3 Star 0211 177 4Star 0169 141 5Star 0108 91 The above equation provides for the value of the various Star Rating Bands for a particular model The CEC of the model as determined from 231 will be compared with the various Star Rating Bands The Star Rating chosen for the model will be based on the above comparison CEC will be compared to the lower and the upper limits of each Star Rating Band The Star Rating corresponding to the band whose lower rating is less than CEC and upper limit is greater than or equal to CEC will be assigned to the model Lower Limit of SRB lt CEC Upper Limit of SRB There is no tolerance for the Star Rating Bands All tested products must meet the minimum threshold for each Star Rating Band The scope for manufacturing tolerance and other variations shall be accounted for when determining the Star Rating 26 ENERGY LABEL VALIDITY The CEC value shall be accepted as valid if when a single sample of a labelled model is tested for an initial screening test and its PAEC is such that PAEC lt 11 CEC If this is not the case the CEC shall be accepted as valid if three additional units are tested and the average PAEC of these additional units is such that PAECav lt g 0 g Additionally the PAEC shall be less than the upper limit of the corresponding Star Rating Band of the Star Rating of a single model tested or if two additional units are tested then PAEC of two out of three and PAEC should be less than then upper limit of the corresponding Star Rating Band SECTION 3 LABEL DESIGN AND MANNER OF DISPLAY 31 PLACEMENT The energy label shall be adhered to the upper portion of each appliance on the outside of the door 32 MATERIAL AND SHAPE The label shall be self adhesiVe and shall be designed as set out in Figure 31 However in the case of a stainless steel or other finishes that may be permanently marked or stained by the adherence of a label the use of a double sided swing tag or single sided nonrotating swing tag is permitted 33 COLOURS The label shall be printed as per the specifications in Figure 32 34 SAMPLE LABEL An example of a printed energy label for a refrigerating appliance is shown in Figure 33 The label will mention the following Appliance Refrigerator Brand Model NameN umber Year of Manufacturing Type Direct Cool Energy Consumption per Year CEC Gross Volume Storage Volume U 39gt 1 I I 39IIIHIITE IFIEE WEHJE 111555 mm EIIC E39n Zl39IIquotIquot39Iquot39Ii39Iquot El EIIUIHQ E39n IIJIEa Figure 31 Design Scheme for the Label Sample 10 Bun czutine aljuterjs t N v M Emit czutine truer 11 543 0 1 u fellmu 39n 39Il39I V K N Elutlhe Each Hm felnw quotnquot4l Equot51I t te1 tEIac39ia IrialBbcvrs 1 l Ehdr 115m text uahtae felnw rm Uuthe 111 p 39 E 3 M WE Em HeIQ pt write text Mal Enid 39IlII39Il39I395 IHEJH FIEAJE 2 3939I39 aw 2 IE emu text t em nu Bum TypE P 3 Warm 39 IrI11n 2 39 IrInE 2 quot39 Blue 591 N35 r 3 H l A E 39Ee11l23Ei1 39Iu1 IlI r39E I396 1 Gui IIIRE quotE quotEm i Irdhthim1dEnnlmmhuh imnuamp39mliIm39uha1ih139Iamp39B iad39 E1 quotquoti3 H mw AIiI1ddnIiil I mlunp u1liqu1dumfnIhnr immtai39rgLmdL quot Figure 32 Colour Scheme for the Label Sample 11 Fowe R SAMFINES GU HI p h illI39I I39I395 lF1EJI Ill VIEHE l ucElEEll39 quotFr n Erum If mnn 0 I lljtal Etna Hiahnna EEEIUIZEIE nu Lanm quot 39quot indII39IiiII395 39 Figure 33 Sample Label 12 Sample Picture of manner of affixing of Label Direct CIDIII IGMBGMMI 13
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