Energy Efficiency Certification

Energy Efficiency Certification
UL conducted an independent evaluation on behalf of:
Advantech Co., Ltd.
1Aly 20 Ln 26, Rueiguang Rd., Neihu District Taipei, 114 Taiwan
2011-05-20
for the following products:
Display
Models:
FPM-3121G-R3AE
FPM-8121H-R3AE
FPM-3121G-X0AE
This product meets all of the necessary
qualifications pursuant to:
N/A
ENERGY STAR: Program Requirements for
Displays, Version 5.1
11CA10499
This is to certify that representative samples of the Certified Product(s) listed above have been investigated by UL to the Standard(s) indicated on this certificate, in accordance with the UL Global Services Agreement and the EEC Terms & Conditions (“Agreement”). The Certificate Holder is entitled to use
the UL Energy Verified Mark for the Certified Product(s) listed on the certificate and manufactured at the production site(s) covered by the UL Test Report, in accordance with the terms of the Agreement. This Certificate shall remain valid unless a Standard identified on this Certificate is amended or
withdrawn prior to that date or these is a non-compliance with the Agreement.
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DATA PACKAGE INFORMATION SHEET
Applicant
Name / Address:
Information
Advantech Co., Ltd.
1 ALY 20 LN 26, Rueiguang Rd, Neihu District Taipei, 114 Taiwan
Energy Star Program Requirements for Displays: Version 5.1
VESA flat Panel Display measurements (FPDM) Standard, Version 2.0
IEC 62087, Ed 2.0: Methods for Measurement for the Power Consumption of
Audio, Video and Related Equipment
IEC 62301, Ed 1.0: Household Electrical Appliances – Measurement of Stanby
Power
Standard(s):
Product
Information
CCNs:
ENVP
Product
Name/Type:
Displays
Models:
FPM-3121G-R3AE, FPM-8121H-R3AE, FPM-3121G-X0AE
DAP and UL:
Test Location
Name/Address:
EPA-Recognized LAB
CTDP
TCP
TPTDP
WTDP
UL
Underwriters Laboratories Taiwan Co., Ltd.
1st Fl., 260 Da-Yeh Rd., Pei Tou District, Taipei City, Taiwan 112
Sign: BRUCE YANG
Tests Conducted By**:
Print: BRUCE YANG
Test
Location
Information
**When one person conducts all tests, the printed name and signature can be inserted here instead of on
each page containing data.
Sign: N/A
Authorized Signatory or
Print: N/A
TCP Reviewer:
Date: N/A
UL WTDP / WMT
Witness:
Reviewed Qualified Project
& Accepted Handler:
Sign: N/A
Print: N/A
Sign: ALFRED LEE
Print: ALFRED LEE
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LIST OF TESTS
Contents
PRODUCT REFERENCE PAGE ............................................................................................................................................ 6
POWER SUPPLY REFERENCE PAGE ................................................................................................................................. 7
TECHNICIAN’S REFERENCE GUIDE ................................................................................................................................... 8
PRE-TEST UUT INITIALIZATION FOR ALL PRODUCTS ................................................................................................... 12
ON MODE POWER CONSUMPTION TEST (WITH VIEWABLE DIAGONAL SCREEN SIZE LESS THAN 30 INCHES) .. 13
SLEEP MODE POWER CONSUMPTION TEST (ALL PRODUCTS)................................................................................... 17
OFF MODE POWER CONSUMPTION TEST (ALL PRODUCTS) ....................................................................................... 21
WORKSHEETS ..................................................................................................................................................................... 25
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Witness Test Data Program (WTDP) Information:
Environment:
Accommodations and Environmental conditions, including proper power source
meet the requirements of the test standard or UL default criteria (ISO/IEC 17025
Clause 5.3.1, 5.3.2. 5.3.3)
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
N/A
Equipment:
Testing is being conducted within the test equipment calibration dates. (See Test
Instrument Information Page and ISO/IEC 17025 5.6.2.2)
Critical Consumables:
Critical consumables are compliant with test standard requirements. (ISO/IEC
17025 Clause 4.6)
N/A
Sample Identification:
Identification of items to be tested has been made (e.g. model no., Serial No.,
etc.) (See Test Sample Identification page and ISO/IEC 17025 Clause 5.8.2)
Summary:
The test facility was deemed to have the environment and capabilities necessary
to perform the tests included in this data package.
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TEST SAMPLE IDENTIFICATION
The table below is to provide correlation of sample numbers to specific product related information. Refer to this table
when a test identifies a test sample by "Sample No." only.
Sample
Number
1102665-1
1102667-1
1102668-1
1102665-2
1102667-2
1102668-2
Sample Card
Number
Date Received Manufacturer, Product Identification, Serial Number and Ratings
1102665
1102667
1102668
1102665
1102667
1102668
Sampling Procedure (if used) :
2011-05-10
Advantech Co., Ltd.
LCD Monitor,
Model: FPM-3121G-R3AE
I/P: 12Vdc, 4.75A
2011-05-10
Advantech Co., Ltd.
LCD Monitor,
Model: FPM-3121G-R3AE
I/P: 12Vdc, 4.75A
2011-05-10
Advantech Co., Ltd.
LCD Monitor,
Model: FPM-3121G-R3AE
I/P: 12Vdc, 4.75A
2011-05-10
Sinpro Electronics Co Ltd
Switching Power Supply,
Model: SPU63-105
I/P: 100-240 Vac, 47 – 63 Hz, 1.6 A
O/P: 12 Vdc, 4.75 A max.
2011-05-10
Sinpro Electronics Co Ltd
Switching Power Supply,
Model: SPU63-105
I/P: 100-240 Vac, 47 – 63 Hz, 1.6 A
O/P: 12 Vdc, 4.75 A max.
2011-05-10
Sinpro Electronics Co Ltd
Switching Power Supply,
Model: SPU63-105
I/P: 100-240 Vac, 47 – 63 Hz, 1.6 A
O/P: 12 Vdc, 4.75 A max.
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TEST INSTRUMENTS REFERENCE LIST
Instr.
Instrument
Instrument
Range Used
Code
I.D.
Type
Or ***
Make and Model **
"Chamber setting(s)
was
were monitored to ensure that the setting(s)
time frame. Any deviations from the setting(s) are noted below.
Date
N/A
**
***
Test
N/A
Instrument Code
N/A
was
Time period of deviation
N/A
Calibration Date
Last
Due
were stable throughout the test
Setting(s)
N/A
Information to be recorded when tests are conducted at a non-UL facility.
Refer to specific data sheet for individual scale used.
Test equipment information is recorded on UL’s Laboratory Project Management (LPM)/Laboratory Equipment
Management (LEM) database. (This statement may be selected only if datasheets are completed at a UL facility)
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PRODUCT REFERENCE PAGE
Product Type: LCD Monitor
Model: FPM-3121G-R3AE, FPM-8121H-R3AE, FPM-3121G-X0AE
Model FPM-3121G-R3AE is identical to FPM-8121H-R3AE except for model
designation.
Model Differences:
Model FPM-3121G-R3AE is similar to model FPM-3121G-X0AE except for model
designation and model 3121G-R3AE has touch panel function.
Base Product: FPM-3121G-R3AE
Voltage, Vdc: 12
Electrical Ratings:
Current
A
mA: 4.75
Frequency, Hz: N/A
Power, Watts: N/A
Unit Configuration
Comments
No
With Automatic Brightness Control
(ABC)
Diagonal Viewable Screen Size, d:
(inches)
Resolution, r:
(pixel count)
Resolution: (MP)
Enabled by default
Yes
Yes
d < 30.0
30.0 ≤ d ≤ 60.0
r ≤ 1.1
r > 1.1
No
0.48
Viewable Screen Dimensions, W x
9.75 X 7.3125
H: (inches)
Viewable Screen Area, A:
(sq. inches)
71.3
Others:
N/A
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POWER SUPPLY REFERENCE PAGE
Product Type:
Internal
External
Manufacturer:
Sinpro Electronics Co Ltd
Brand Name:
SINPRO
Model Number/Designation:
SPU63-105
Input:
100-240 Vac, 47 – 63 Hz, 1.6 A
Output:
12 Vdc, 4.75 A max.
Nameplate Rating:
Yes
No
Energy Efficiency Verified:
Efficiency Level:
V
The External Power Supply meets the level V performance requirements under the International Efficiency
Marking Protocol and includes the level V marking.
The External Power Supply shall meet the level V performance requirements under the International Efficiency
Marking Protocol since it does not include the level V marking.
See separate data sheet package for the external power supply testing.
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TECHNICIAN’S REFERENCE GUIDE
Definitions:
Electronic Display (Display): A commercially-available product with a display screen and associated electronics, often
encased in a single housing, that as its primary function displays visual information from (1) a computer, workstation or
server via one or more inputs (e.g., VGA, DVI, HDMI, IEEE 1394), (2) a USB flash drive, (3) a memory card, or (4) a
wireless Internet connection.
External Power Supply (EPS): Also referred to as External Power Adapter. A component contained in a separate
physical enclosure external to a display, designed to convert line voltage AC input from the mains to lesser DC voltage(s)
in order to provide power to the display. An EPS connects to the display via a removable or hard-wired male/female
electrical connection, cable, cord or other wiring.
Operational Modes:
On Mode: The operational mode of a display that (1) is connected to a power source, (2) has all mechanical (hard) power
switches turned on, and (3) is producing an image.
Sleep Mode: The operational mode of a display that (1) is connected to a power source, (2) has all mechanical (hard)
power switches turned on, and (3) is in a reduced-power state after receiving a signal from a connected device (e.g.,
computer, game console, set-top box) or by cause of an internal function (e.g., sleep timer, occupancy sensor). Sleep
Mode is considered a “soft” low-power condition, in that the product may exit Sleep Mode upon receiving a signal from a
connected device or by cause of an internal function.
Off Mode: The operational mode of a display that (1) is connected to a power source, (2) has one or more manual power
switches turned off, and (3) is not providing any function. The product may only exit Off Mode by cause of direct user
actuation of a manual power switch.
Luminance: The photometric measure of the luminous intensity per unit area of light travelling in a given direction,
expressed in units of candelas per square meter (cd/m2).
Screen Area: The viewable screen area of a product, calculated by multiplying the viewable image width by the viewable
image height.
Automatic Brightness Control (ABC): The self-acting mechanism that controls the brightness of a display as a function
of ambient light.
Product Family
A group of product models that are (1) made by the same manufacturer, (2) subject to the same ENERGY STAR
qualification criteria, and (3) of a common basic design. Product models within a family differ from each other according to
one or more characteristics or features that either (1) have no impact on product performance with regard to ENERGY
STAR qualification criteria, or (2) are specified herein as acceptable variations within a product family. For Displays,
acceptable variations within a product family include:
1) Color, and
2) Housing.
Significant Digits and Rounding:
All calculations shall be carried out with actual measured or observed values. Only the final result of a calculation shall be
rounded. Calculated results shall be rounded to the nearest significant digit as expressed in the corresponding
specification limit.
Unless otherwise specified, compliance with specification limits shall be evaluated using exact values without any benefit
from further rounding.
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TECHNICIAN’S REFERENCE GUIDE (Cont’d)
AC Input Power:
Unless specified otherwise in the individual Methods, the tests shall be conducted under the following ambient and power
supply source conditions.
Confirmation of these conditions have been recorded at the time the test is conducted.
Products intended to be powered from AC mains shall be connected to a voltage source appropriate for the intended
market, as specified in Table 1 or Table 2.
Table 1: Input Power Requirements for Products with
Nameplate Rated Power Less Than or Equal to 1500 W
Market
North America,
Taiwan
Europe, Australia,
New Zealand
Japan
Voltage
Voltage
Tolerance
Maximum Total
Harmonic Distortion
Frequency
Frequency
Tolerance
115 Vac
+/- 1.0 %
2.0 %
60 Hz
+/- 1.0 %
230 Vac
+/- 1.0 %
2.0 %
50 Hz
+/- 1.0 %
100 Vac
+/- 1.0 %
2.0 %
50 Hz/60 Hz
+/- 1.0 %
Table 2: Input Power Requirements for Products with
Nameplate Rated Power Greater than 1500 W
Market
North America,
Taiwan
Europe, Australia,
New Zealand
Japan
Voltage
Voltage
Tolerance
Maximum Total
Harmonic Distortion
Frequency
Frequency
Tolerance
115 Vac
+/- 4.0 %
5.0 %
60 Hz
+/- 1.0 %
230 Vac
+/- 4.0 %
5.0 %
50 Hz
+/- 1.0 %
100 Vac
+/- 4.0 %
5.0 %
50 Hz/60 Hz
+/- 1.0 %
Low-voltage DC Input Power:
1) Products may only be powered with a low-voltage DC source (e.g., via network or data connection) if the DC source is
the only available source of power for the product (e.g., no AC plug or EPS is available).
2) Products powered by low-voltage DC shall be configured with an AC source of the DC power for testing (e.g., an ACpowered USB hub).
3) Reported UUT power shall be equal to the AC power consumption of the low-voltage DC source with the UUT as the
load, minus the AC power consumption of the low-voltage DC source with no load (PS), as measured per Section 6 of this
procedure.
Ambient Temperature: Ambient temperature shall be from 18°C to 28°C.
Relative Humidity: Relative humidity shall be from 10% to 80%.
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TECHNICIAN’S REFERENCE GUIDE (Cont’d)
Input Meter Considerations:
The power meter shall include the following attributes:
1. Crest Factor:
i), An available current crest factor of 3 or more at its rated range value; and
ii), Lower bound on the current range of 10mA or less.
2. Minimum Frequency Response: 3.0 kHz
3. Minimum Resolution:
i), 0.01 W for measurement values less than 10 W;
ii), 0.1 W for measurement values from 10 W to 100 W; and
iii), 1.0 W for measurement values greater than 100 W.
Measurement Accuracy:
1. Power measurements with a value greater than or equal to 0.5 W shall be made with an uncertainty of less than
or equal to 2% at the 95% confidence level.
2. Power measurements with a value less than 0.5 W shall be made with an uncertainty of less than or equal to 0.01
W at the 95% confidence level.
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TECHNICIAN’S REFERENCE GUIDE (Cont’d)
Power Measurements:
1) Power measurements shall be taken from a point between the power source and the unit under test (UUT).
2) Power measurements shall be recorded in watts and rounded to the nearest tenth of a watt.
3) Power measurements shall be recorded after instrument readings are stable to within 1% over a three-minute period.
Dark Room Conditions:
1) Unless otherwise specified, the display screen illuminance measured with the UUT in Off Mode shall be less than or
equal to 1.0 lux.
Light Measurements:
1) Light measurements shall be performed with the Light Measurement Device (LMD) located at the center of, and
perpendicular to, the display screen.
2) The LMD shall measure a rectangular area that is the greater of (1) an area each side of which is 10% as long as the
corresponding side of the viewable screen area, or (2) 500 pixels.
3) The LMD measurement area shall be no larger than the illuminated screen area.
UUT Configuration and Control:
1) As-shipped Condition: The UUT shall be tested in its “as-shipped” configuration. For products that offer a choice of
user-configurable options, all options, including color controls, shall be set to their default conditions.
2) Peripherals:
i), External devices shall not be connected to Universal Serial Bus (USB) ports.
ii), Built-in speakers, TV tuners, and other product features and functions not specifically addressed by the ENERGY
STAR eligibility criteria or test method may be configured in a minimum power configuration, as adjustable by the user.
3) Signal Interface: Displays that offer both an analog and a digital interface shall be tested with the analog interface.
Resolution and Refresh Rate:
1) Fixed-pixel Displays:
i), Pixel format shall be set to the native level.
ii), Refresh rate shall be set to 60 Hz, unless a different default refresh rate is specified in the product manual, in which
case the specified default refresh rate shall be used.
2) CRT Displays:
i), Pixel format shall be set to the highest resolution that is designed to be driven at a 75 Hz refresh rate, as specified in
the product manual. VESA Discrete Monitor Timing (DMT) or other industry standard pixel format timing shall be used for
testing.
ii), Refresh rate shall be set to 75 Hz.
Battery Operated Products:
For products designed to operate using batteries when not connected to the mains, the battery shall be fully charged
before the start of testing and shall be left in place for the test.
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1102668-1~2
Instrument Code / Range:
PRE-TEST UUT INITIALIZATION FOR ALL PRODUCTS
ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements Product Specification for Display – Test Method Clause 7
VESA FPDM Standard 2.0, sec. 301-2D or 305-3
METHOD
Prior to the start of testing, the UUT shall be initialized as follows:
1) Set up the UUT per the instructions in the supplied operating manual.
2) Connect the power meter to the power source and connect the UUT to the power outlet on the power meter.
3) Set the ambient light level such that the measured display screen illuminance is less than 1 lux.
4) Power on the UUT and perform initial system configuration, as applicable.
5) Ensure that UUT settings are in their as-shipped configuration.
6) Warm up the UUT for at least 20 minutes and until the unit has completed initialization and is ready for use.
7) Measure and record the ac input voltage and frequency.
8) Measure and record the test room ambient temperature.
RESULTS
Warm Up the UUT
Ambient Temperature, °C
Input Voltage (V)
115
21
Input Frequency (Hz)
60
Relative Humidity, %
Start Time
00’00”
70
End Time
20’00”
Warm up Period
(mins)
20
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Instrument Code / Range:
ON MODE POWER CONSUMPTION TEST (WITH VIEWABLE DIAGONAL SCREEN SIZE LESS
THAN 30 INCHES)
ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements Product Specification for Display – Test Method Clause 8
VESA FPDM Standard 2.0; VESA Video signal Standard (VSIS) Version 1.0, Rev. 2.0
METHOD for Fixed-pixel Displays
1) If the UUT does not have ABC Enabled by Default:
i) Ensure that the UUT has been initialized per Section 7.
ii) Display the VESA FPDM2, A112-2F, SET01K test pattern (8 shades of gray from full black (0 volts) to full white (0.7
volts)).
iii) Verify that input signal levels conform to VESA Video Signal Standard (VSIS), Version 1.0, Rev. 2.0, December 2002.
iv) With the brightness and contrast controls at maximum, verify that the white and near-white-grey levels can be
distinguished. If necessary, adjust contrast controls until the white and near-white-grey levels can be distinguished
v) Display the VESA FPDM2, A112-2H, L80 test pattern (full white (0.7 volts) box that occupies 80% of the image).
vi) Ensure that the LMD measurement area falls entirely within the white portion of the test pattern.
vii) Adjust the brightness control until the luminance of the white area of the screen is as specified in Table 3. If the UUT
cannot achieve the specified luminance, set display luminance to the nearest achievable value.
Table 3: Luminance Settings for On Mode Testing of FixedPixel Displays Screen Resolution
Luminance
Less than or equal to 1.1 MP resolution
Greater than 1.1 MP resolution
2
(Cd/m )
175
200
viii) Measure and record display luminance.
Note: Following this point in the test procedure, dark room conditions are no longer required.
ix) Measure and record On Mode power (PON) and total pixel format (horizontal x vertical).
2) If the UUT has ABC Enabled by Default:
i) Ensure that the UUT has been initialized per Section 7.
ii) Set the ambient light level to 300 lux, as measured at the face of the product’s ambient light sensor.
iii) Measure and record On Mode power in high ambient lighting conditions (PH) and total pixel format (horizontal x
vertical).
iv) Set the ambient light level to 0 lux, as measured at the face of the product’s ambient light sensor.
v) Measure and record On Mode power in low ambient lighting conditions (PL).
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Instrument Code / Range:
ON MODE POWER CONSUMPTION TEST (WITH VIEWABLE DIAGONAL SCREEN SIZE LESS
THAN 30 INCHES) (Cont’d)
ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements Product Specification for Display – Test Method Clause 8
VESA FPDM Standard 2.0; VESA Video signal Standard (VSIS) Version 1.0, Rev. 2.0
RESULTS for Fixed-pixel Displays do not have ABC enabled by default
Ambient Temperature, °C
21
Relative Humidity, %
70
Sample No.: 1
UUT does not have ABC Enabled by Default
Ambient illuminance (lux)
Required Input
0
Measured
Voltage
(V)
Frequency
(Hz)
Voltage
(V)
Frequency
(Hz)
115
60
115
60
0.095
0.48
176
4.9
TOTAL PIXEL
FORMAT
(HORIZONTAL X
VERTICAL)
800x600
230
50
230
50
0.061
0.48
176
5.4
800x600
100
50
100
50
0.106
0.48
175
4.9
800x600
100
60
100
60
0.105
0.48
176
4.9
800x600
Current
(A)
Screen
Resolution
(MP)
Luminace
(cd/m2)
The measured input power PON for ON mode of Fixed-pixel Displays
Watt(s)* of
Tier 1
Tier 2 requirements.
Power
(PON, W)
exceeded
did not exceed 9.45
Note (*) this value is derived from the Table 1 of Worksheet provided in this data sheet package.
Supplemental Information:
PO = 6*(r) + 0.05*(A) + 3 = 6*(800*600)/1000000 + 0.05*(9.75*7.3125) + 3 = 9.45 Watts
85% of the ENERGY STAR qualification limit (On mode) = 9.45*0.85 = 8.03 Watts
Note: THD:0.26%
Air speed:0.05m/s
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Instrument Code / Range:
ON MODE POWER CONSUMPTION TEST (WITH VIEWABLE DIAGONAL SCREEN SIZE LESS
THAN 30 INCHES) (Cont’d)
ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements Product Specification for Display – Test Method Clause 8
VESA FPDM Standard 2.0; VESA Video signal Standard (VSIS) Version 1.0, Rev. 2.0
RESULTS for Fixed-pixel Displays do not have ABC enabled by default
Ambient Temperature, °C
21
Relative Humidity, %
70
Sample No.: 2
UUT does not have ABC Enabled by Default
Ambient illuminance (lux)
Required Input
0
Measured
Voltage
(V)
Frequency
(Hz)
Voltage
(V)
Frequency
(Hz)
115
60
115
60
0.105
0.48
177
5.5
TOTAL PIXEL
FORMAT
(HORIZONTAL X
VERTICAL)
800x600
230
50
230
50
0.068
0.48
177
6.1
800x600
100
50
100
50
0.116
0.48
177
5.5
800x600
100
60
100
60
0.116
0.48
177
5.5
800x600
Current
(A)
Screen
Resolution
(MP)
Luminace
(cd/m2)
The measured input power PON for ON mode of Fixed-pixel Displays
Watt(s)* of
Tier 1
Tier 2 requirements.
Power
(PON, W)
exceeded
did not exceed 9.45
Note (*) this value is derived from the Table 1 of Worksheet provided in this data sheet package.
Supplemental Information:
PO = 6*(r) + 0.05*(A) + 3 = 6*(800*600)/1000000 + 0.05*(9.75*7.3125) + 3 = 9.45 Watts
Note: THD:0.26%
Air speed:0.05m/s
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Instrument Code / Range:
ON MODE POWER CONSUMPTION TEST (WITH VIEWABLE DIAGONAL SCREEN SIZE LESS
THAN 30 INCHES) (Cont’d)
ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements Product Specification for Display – Test Method Clause 8
VESA FPDM Standard 2.0; VESA Video signal Standard (VSIS) Version 1.0, Rev. 2.0
RESULTS for Fixed-pixel Displays do not have ABC enabled by default
Ambient Temperature, °C
21
Relative Humidity, %
70
Sample No.: 3
UUT does not have ABC Enabled by Default
Ambient illuminance (lux)
Required Input
0
Measured
Voltage
(V)
Frequency
(Hz)
Voltage
(V)
Frequency
(Hz)
115
60
115
60
0.055
0.48
176
2.9
TOTAL PIXEL
FORMAT
(HORIZONTAL X
VERTICAL)
800x600
230
50
230
50
0.05
0.48
176
4.3
800x600
100
50
100
50
0.057
0.48
175
2.8
800x600
100
60
100
60
0.057
0.48
175
2.8
800x600
Current
(A)
Screen
Resolution
(MP)
Luminace
(cd/m2)
The measured input power PON for ON mode of Fixed-pixel Displays
Watt(s)* of
Tier 1
Tier 2 requirements.
Power
(PON, W)
exceeded
did not exceed 9.45
Note (*) this value is derived from the Table 1 of Worksheet provided in this data sheet package.
Supplemental Information:
PO = 6*(r) + 0.05*(A) + 3 = 6*(800*600)/1000000 + 0.05*(9.75*7.3125) + 3 = 9.45 Watts
Note: THD:0.26%
Air speed:0.05m/s
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Instrument Code / Range:
SLEEP MODE POWER CONSUMPTION TEST (ALL PRODUCTS)
ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements Product Specification for Display – Test Method Clauses 8. 9
IEC 62301, ED 1.0
METHOD
1) At the conclusion of the Luminance test, initiate Sleep Mode.
2) Document the method of adjustment and sequence of events required to reach Sleep Mode.
3) If the product has a variety of Sleep Modes that can be manually selected, measurements shall be performed in the most
energy consumptive Sleep Mode. If the product automatically cycles through its various Sleep Modes, measurement time
shall be long enough to obtain a true average of all Sleep Modes.
4) Measure and record Sleep Mode power (PSLEEP) according to the guidelines in IEC 62301, Ed. 1.0:
a) Direct reading approach: this methodology may only be used where the mode and measured power are stable. A
variation of less than 5 % in the measured power over 5 min is considered stable for the purposes of this standard.
Instrument power readings may be used in this case. Connect the product to be tested to the metering equipment, and
select the mode to be measured. After the product has been allowed to stabilize for at least 5 min, monitor the power
consumption for not less than an additional 5 min. If the power level does not drift by more than 5 % (from the
maximum value observed) during the latter 5 min, the load can be considered stable and the power can be recorded
directly from the instrument at the end of the 5 min.
If the power level drift by more than 5 % (from the maximum value observed) during the latter 5 min, the load shall be
considered unstable. Average power is determined using either the Average power or Accumulated energy
approaches outlined below:
b) Average power approach: where the instrument can record a true average power over a user selected period, the
period selected shall not be less than 5 min (except if there is an operating cycle – see below).
c) Accumulated energy approach: where the instrument can accumulate energy over a user selected period, the period
selected shall not be less than 5 min (except if there is an operating cycle – see below). The integrating period shall be
such that the total recorded value for energy and time is more than 200 times the resolution of the meter for energy
and time. Determine the average power by dividing the accumulated energy by the time for the monitoring period.
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SLEEP MODE POWER CONSUMPTION TEST (ALL PRODUCTS) (Cont’d)
ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements Product Specification for Display – Test Method Clause 8, 9
IEC 62301, ED 1.0
RESULTS (Cont’d):
Method C for Accumulated Energy
Ambient Temperature, °C
21
Relative Humidity, %
70
Sample No.: 1
Input
Required
Voltage
(V)
Frequency
(Hz)
Voltage
(V)
Freq
(Hz)
100
100
115
220
230
50
60
60
50
50
100
100
115
50
60
60
--
-230
50
Measured
Time elapsed
to enter
standby from
on mode w/o
video/audio
input
(minutes)
0.15
0.15
0.15
-0.15
Power
(mWh)
53
53
53
-57
Wh
Interval,
minutes
5
5
5
-5
Calculated
Elapsed Time
*PSLEEP (W)
Start
End
0’00”
0’00”
0’00”
-0’00”
5’00”
5’00”
5’00”
-5’00”
0.636
0.636
0.636
-0.684
* The PSLEEP is calculated by the following equation:
PSLEEP (Watts) = (Wh X 60 minutes/hr)/(Wh Interval, minutes)
The measured input power PSLEEP for SLEEP mode of the Display
Tier 1
Tier 2 requirements.
exceeded
did not exceed 1 Watt(s)* of
Note (*) this value is derived from the Table 2 of Worksheet provided in this data sheet package.
Supplemental Information:
85% of the ENERGY STAR qualification limit (Sleep mode) = 1*0.85 = 0.85 Watt
Note: THD:0.26%
Air speed:0.05m/s
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Instrument Code / Range:
SLEEP MODE POWER CONSUMPTION TEST (ALL PRODUCTS) (Cont’d)
ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements Product Specification for Display – Test Method Clause 8, 9
IEC 62301, ED 1.0
RESULTS (Cont’d):
Method C for Accumulated Energy
Ambient Temperature, °C
21
Relative Humidity, %
70
Sample No.: 2
Input
Required
Voltage
(V)
Frequency
(Hz)
Voltage
(V)
Freq
(Hz)
100
100
115
220
230
50
60
60
50
50
100
100
115
50
60
60
--
-230
50
Measured
Time elapsed
to enter
standby from
on mode w/o
video/audio
input
(minutes)
0.15
0.15
0.15
-0.15
Power
(mWh)
0.054
0.054
0.053
-0.057
Wh
Interval,
minutes
5
5
5
-5
Calculated
Elapsed Time
*PSLEEP (W)
Start
End
0’00”
0’00”
0’00”
-0’00”
5’00”
5’00”
5’00”
-5’00”
0.648
0.648
0.636
-0.684
* The PSLEEP is calculated by the following equation:
PSLEEP (Watts) = (Wh X 60 minutes/hr)/(Wh Interval, minutes)
The measured input power PSLEEP for SLEEP mode of the Display
Tier 1
Tier 2 requirements.
exceeded
did not exceed 1 Watt(s)* of
Note (*) this value is derived from the Table 2 of Worksheet provided in this data sheet package.
Supplemental Information: N/A
Note: THD:0.26%
Air speed:0.05m/s
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Instrument Code / Range:
SLEEP MODE POWER CONSUMPTION TEST (ALL PRODUCTS) (Cont’d)
ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements Product Specification for Display – Test Method Clause 8, 9
IEC 62301, ED 1.0
RESULTS (Cont’d):
Method C for Accumulated Energy
Ambient Temperature, °C
21
Relative Humidity, %
70
Sample No.: 3
Input
Required
Voltage
(V)
Frequency
(Hz)
Voltage
(V)
Freq
(Hz)
100
100
115
220
230
50
60
60
50
50
100
100
115
50
60
60
--
-230
50
Measured
Time elapsed
to enter
standby from
on mode w/o
video/audio
input
(minutes)
0.15
0.15
0.15
-0.15
Power
(mWh)
0.051
0.051
0.05
-0.052
Wh
Interval,
minutes
5
5
5
-5
Calculated
Elapsed Time
*PSLEEP (W)
Start
End
0’00”
0’00”
0’00”
-0’00”
5’00”
5’00”
5’00”
-5’00”
0.612
0.612
0.6
-0.624
* The PSLEEP is calculated by the following equation:
PSLEEP (Watts) = (Wh X 60 minutes/hr)/(Wh Interval, minutes)
The measured input power PSLEEP for SLEEP mode of the Display
Tier 1
Tier 2 requirements.
exceeded
did not exceed 1 Watt(s)* of
Note (*) this value is derived from the Table 2 of Worksheet provided in this data sheet package.
Supplemental Information: N/A
Note: THD:0.26%
Air speed:0.05m/s
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Instrument Code / Range:
OFF MODE POWER CONSUMPTION TEST (ALL PRODUCTS)
ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements Product Specification for Display – Test Method Clauses 8. 9
IEC 62301, ED 1.0
METHOD
1) At the conclusion of the Sleep Mode test, initiate Off Mode via the most easily accessible power switch.
2) Document the method of adjustment and sequence of events required to reach Off Mode.
3) Any input sync signal check cycle may be ignored when measuring Off Mode power.
4) Measure and record Off Mode power (POFF) according to the guidelines in IEC 62301, Ed. 1.0:
a) Direct reading: this methodology may only be used where the mode and measured power are stable. A variation of
less than 5 % in the measured power over 5 min is considered stable for the purposes of this standard.
Instrument power readings may be used in this case. Connect the product to be tested to the metering equipment, and
select the mode to be measured. After the product has been allowed to stabilize for at least 5 min, monitor the power
consumption for not less than an additional 5 min. If the power level does not drift by more than 5 % (from the
maximum value observed) during the latter 5 min, the load can be considered stable and the power can be recorded
directly from the instrument at the end of the 5 min.
If the power level drift by more than 5 % (from the maximum value observed) during the latter 5 min, the load shall be
considered unstable. Average power is determined using either the Average power or Accumulated energy
approaches outlined below:
b) Average power approach: where the instrument can record a true average power over a user selected period, the
period selected shall not be less than 5 min (except if there is an operating cycle – see below).
c) Accumulated energy approach: where the instrument can accumulate energy over a user selected period, the period
selected shall not be less than 5 min (except if there is an operating cycle – see below). The integrating period shall be
such that the total recorded value for energy and time is more than 200 times the resolution of the meter for energy
and time. Determine the average power by dividing the accumulated energy by the time for the monitoring period.
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Instrument Code / Range:
OFF MODE POWER CONSUMPTION TEST (ALL PRODUCTS) (Cont’d)
ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements Product Specification for Display – Test Method Clauses 8, 9
IEC 62301, ED 1.0
RESULTS (Cont’d):
Method C for Accumulated Energy
Ambient Temperature, °C
21
Relative Humidity, %
70
Sample No.: 1
Input
Required
Voltage
(V)
Frequency
(Hz)
Voltage
(V)
Freq
(Hz)
100
100
115
220
230
50
60
60
50
50
100
100
115
50
60
60
--
-230
50
Measured
Time elapsed
to enter
standby from
on mode w/o
video/audio
input
(minutes)
0.15
0.15
0.15
-0.15
Power
(mWh)
50
50
50
-56
Wh
Interval,
minutes
5
5
5
-5
Calculated
Elapsed Time
*PSLEEP (W)
Start
End
0’00”
0’00”
0’00”
-0’00”
5’00”
5’00”
5’00”
-5’00”
0.6
0.6
0.6
-0.672
* The PSLEEP is calculated by the following equation:
PSLEEP (Watts) = (Wh X 60 minutes/hr)/(Wh Interval, minutes)
The measured input power PSLEEP for SLEEP mode of the Display
Tier 1
Tier 2 requirements.
exceeded
did not exceed 1 Watt(s)* of
Note (*) this value is derived from the Table 2 of Worksheet provided in this data sheet package.
Supplemental Information:
85% of the ENERGY STAR qualification limit (Off mode) = 1*0.85 = 0.85 Watt
Note: THD:0.26%
Air speed:0.05m/s
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Instrument Code / Range:
OFF MODE POWER CONSUMPTION TEST (ALL PRODUCTS) (Cont’d)
ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements Product Specification for Display – Test Method Clauses 8, 9
IEC 62301, ED 1.0
RESULTS (Cont’d):
Method C for Accumulated Energy
Ambient Temperature, °C
21
Relative Humidity, %
70
Sample No.: 2
Input
Required
Voltage
(V)
Frequency
(Hz)
Voltage
(V)
Freq
(Hz)
100
100
115
220
230
50
60
60
50
50
100
100
115
50
60
60
--
-230
50
Measured
Time elapsed
to enter
standby from
on mode w/o
video/audio
input
(minutes)
0.15
0.15
0.15
-0.15
Power
(mWh)
0.051
0.051
0.05
-0.057
Wh
Interval,
minutes
5
5
5
-5
Calculated
Elapsed Time
*PSLEEP (W)
Start
End
0’00”
0’00”
0’00”
-0’00”
5’00”
5’00”
5’00”
-5’00”
0.612
0.612
0.6
-0.684
* The PSLEEP is calculated by the following equation:
PSLEEP (Watts) = (Wh X 60 minutes/hr)/(Wh Interval, minutes)
The measured input power PSLEEP for SLEEP mode of the Display
Tier 1
Tier 2 requirements.
exceeded
did not exceed 1 Watt(s)* of
Note (*) this value is derived from the Table 2 of Worksheet provided in this data sheet package.
Supplemental Information: N/A
Note: THD:0.26%
Air speed:0.05m/s
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Instrument Code / Range:
OFF MODE POWER CONSUMPTION TEST (ALL PRODUCTS) (Cont’d)
ENERGY STAR® Program Requirements Product Specification for Display – Test Method Clauses 8, 9
IEC 62301, ED 1.0
RESULTS (Cont’d):
Method C for Accumulated Energy
Ambient Temperature, °C
21
Relative Humidity, %
70
Sample No.: 3
Input
Required
Voltage
(V)
Frequency
(Hz)
Voltage
(V)
Freq
(Hz)
100
100
115
220
230
50
60
60
50
50
100
100
115
50
60
60
--
-230
50
Measured
Time elapsed
to enter
standby from
on mode w/o
video/audio
input
(minutes)
0.15
0.15
0.15
-0.15
Power
(mWh)
0.048
0.048
0.046
-0.049
Wh
Interval,
minutes
5
5
5
-5
Calculated
Elapsed Time
*PSLEEP (W)
Start
End
0’00”
0’00”
0’00”
-0’00”
5’00”
5’00”
5’00”
-5’00”
0.576
0.576
0.552
-0.588
* The PSLEEP is calculated by the following equation:
PSLEEP (Watts) = (Wh X 60 minutes/hr)/(Wh Interval, minutes)
The measured input power PSLEEP for SLEEP mode of the Display
Tier 1
Tier 2 requirements.
exceeded
did not exceed 1 Watt(s)* of
Note (*) this value is derived from the Table 2 of Worksheet provided in this data sheet package.
Supplemental Information: N/A
Note: THD:0.26%
Air speed:0.05m/s
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WORKSHEETS
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NOTICE OF COMPLIANCE
2011-05-20
Ms. Lily Huang
Advantech Co., Ltd.
1 Aly 20 Ln 26, Rueiguang Rd., Neihu District Taipei, 114 Taiwan
Project: 11CA10499
P.O.
Number:
Product Type: Display
Model(s): FPM-3121G-R3AE, FPM-8121H-R3AE, FPM-3121G-X0AE
Dear Ms. Huang:
The Energy Efficiency investigation of your product has been completed under the above project number
and the subject product was determined to comply with the following ENERGY STAR® Program
Requirements:
ENERGY STAR: Program Requirements for Displays, Version 5.1
Products that bear the ENERGY STAR mark shall be identical to those that were evaluated by UL and
found to comply with ENERGY STAR requirements. If changes in construction will be implemented that
could potentially alter the energy consumption of these products, these must be reported to UL for review.
Thank you for your business, and we hope UL will continue to be your ENERGY STAR partner of choice.
Sincerely,
Reviewed by:
Michael Shows
Global Program Manager, Energy Efficiency
Tel: 1.972.509.1281
Fax: 1.847.574.4019
E-mail: [email protected]
Matt Overbee
Certification Office Manager, Energy Efficiency
Tel: 1.847.664.1471
Fax: 1.847.407.1471
E-mail: [email protected]
ENERGY EFFICIENCY CERTIFICATION (EEC):Test Report - Cover Page
Customer Name:
Advantech Co., Ltd.
Address:
1 ALY 20 LN 26, Rueiguang Rd., Neihu District Taipei, 114 Taiwan
Brand name(s):
Advantech
Model name(s):
FPM-3121G-R3AE, FPM-8121H-R3AE, FPM-3121G-X0AE
Product category:
Display
Electrical Ratings:
I/P: 12Vdc, 4.75A
Representative (tested) Model:
FPM-3121G-R3AE
Model differences:
Model FPM-3121G-R3AE is identical to FPM-8121H-R3AE except for model designation.
Model FPM-3121G-R3AE is similar to model FPM-3121G-X0AE except for model
designation and model 3121G-R3AE has touch panel function.
Construction details:
Construction details are specified in E180881-A328 UL Safety report.
The Sample(s) tested is(are) compliant with the following applied standards/regulations:
ENERGY STAR ® : ENERGY STAR Program Requirements for Displays Version 5.1
UL Project No.:
11CA10499
Project Handler:
Alfred Lee
Issued:
2011-05-20
(yyyy-mm-dd)
Reviewed by:
Shivani Vyas
Revised:
N/A
(yyyy-mm-dd)
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- Model FPM-3121G-R3AE was used for testing purposes and it represents the completed series as specified on the cover page of
this test report.
- All tests were conducted on model FPM-3121G-R3AE with External Power Supply (EPS), Manufacture Sinpro Electronics Co.,
Ltd. Model SPU63-105.
- Model Differences:
Model FPM-3121G-R3AE is identical to FPM-8121H-R3AE except for model designation.
Model FPM-3121G-R3AE is similar to model FPM-3121G-X0AE except for model designation and model 3121G-R3AE has touch
panel function.
- Authorized Manufacturing Locations are specified in the Authorization Page of Volume X2 of File E180881.
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