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  • EuP Directive on “Non-Directional Domestic Lighting” Phase I Explanations & Consequences OSRAM UK 30.01.09
  • Agenda
    • Background.
    • EU Regulation DIM I.
    • Minimum Efficacy Standards.
    • Functionality requirements.
    • Packaging requirements.
    • Consequences for OSRAM products.
  • Kyoto Targets: CO 2 Reduction by the EU Commission EU Regulation expected to be enacted April / March 2009 BAT-Approach „Best Available Technology“  Banning of less efficient lamps via the CE mark (minimum efficacy requirements)  Without CE mark no “putting into market”  = banning in the EU (no preservation) Industries Working Groups * If the EU Regulation is adopted by the EU Parliament and the EU Council EU Regulation “Domestic Lighting” Phase I WG Domestic Lighting Comments EU Regulation* 1 st Quarter 2009 Luminaire Companies Federation Europe
  • EU Regulation DIM I: Background
    • Q. What is the purpose of the EU Directive?
    • The new EU directive is part of a package of measures from the EU which aims to significantly reduce the energy consumed by electrical devices. The primary aim of this directive is to protect the environment by reducing CO2 emissions.
    • Facts:
      • There are 3.5 billion installed light bulbs in Europe – 85% of those currently used in European households are not energy efficient.
      • Conventional bulbs waste electricity. Only 5% of the energy they consume is used to generate light!
    • Q. What is the actual benefit for the environment?
    • Over 1/3 of the electricity used worldwide for lighting can be saved. These savings of over 900 billion kWh of electric power would lead to a reduction in global emissions of more than 450 million tons of CO2.
  • Until 17.11.08 EU Commission Proposal Negative Vote: Extended period for European Council and European Parliament (6 months) If appropriate new Proposal of Commission Positive Vote: 3-months period for European Council and European Parliament Adoption of draft 27.10.08 Interservice Consultation to comment Commission‘s Proposal 08.12.08 Voting of Regulatory Committee Following Vote Reg. Committee: „ Regulatory procedure with scrutiny“ 03.11.08 Informal meeting Reg. Committee Phase A Phase B Phase C until 17.11. Post-17.11. - 08.12. Post-08.12. until adoption (expect. March 2009) latest 17.11.08 Commission Proposal to be sent to MS EU Regulation DIM I: Next steps in European Procedure
  • EU Regulation DIM I: Scope of the Directive
      • This Directive applies to:
      • “ products designed essentially for the full/partial illumination of a household room, by replacing or complementing natural light with artificial light, in order to enhance visibility within that space”.
      • The Directive DOES NOT APPLY to the following household and special lamps:
      • Lamps having the following chromaticity coordinates x and y:
          • x < 0.200 or x > 0.600
          • y < -2.3172 x² + 2.3653 x – 0.2800 or y > -2.3172 x² + 2.3653 x - 0.1000
      • Directional lamps (= lamp having at least 80% light output within a solid angle of π sr/ cone with angle of 120º) ;
      • Lamps having a luminous flux below 60 lumens or above 12000 lumens;
      • Lamps having:
          • 6% or more of total radiation of the range 250-780 nm in the range of 250-400 nm,
          • the peak of the radiation between 315 - 400 nm (UVA) or 280 - 315 nm (UVB);
      • Fluorescent lamps without integrated ballast (CFL and FL);
      • High-intensity discharge lamps (HID);
      • Incandescent lamps with E14/E27/B22/B15 caps, with a voltage equal to or below 60 volts and without integrated transformer until Sept. 2016 only.
    EU Regulation DIM I: Scope of the Directive
      • The Directive DOES NOT APPLY to the following household and special lamps:
      • Lamps having the following chromaticity coordinates x and y:
          • x < 0.200 or x > 0.600
          • y < -2.3172 x² + 2.3653 x – 0.2800 or y > -2.3172 x² + 2.3653 x - 0.1000
      • Directional lamps (= lamp having at least 80% light output within a solid angle of π sr/ cone with angle of 120º) ;
      • Lamps having a luminous flux below 60 lumens or above 12000 lumens;
      • Lamps having:
          • 6% or more of total radiation of the range 250-780 nm in the range of 250-400 nm,
          • the peak of the radiation between 315 - 400 nm (UVA) or 280 - 315 nm (UVB);
      • Fluorescent lamps without integrated ballast (CFL and FL);
      • High-intensity discharge lamps (HID);
      • Incandescent lamps with E14/E27/B22/B15 caps, with a voltage equal to or below 60 volts and without integrated transformer until Sept. 2016 only.
    EU Regulation DIM I: Scope of the Directive
  • EU Regulation DIM I: Minimum Efficacy requirements / banning ¹ except for c lear lamps with G9 or R7s cap : EEL C
      • Incandescent lamps with S14, S15 or S19 caps shall be exempted from the efficacy requirements of Stages 1 to 4 but not from Stages 5 and 6.
      • Starting 01.09.2009 following information required for sales of special purpose lamps (on packaging + in all product information accompanying the lamp when it is placed on the market + to be included in technical documentation file drawn up for conformity assessment) :
        • their intended purpose;
        • that they are not suitable for household room illumination.
  • EU Regulation DIM I: Functionality Requirements CFLi
      • Where the rated lamp lifetime is higher than 2000hrs, the Stage 1 requirements for the following parameters in this table are only applicable as from Stage 2.
          • &quot;Rated lamp lifetime&quot;,
          • &quot;Lamp Survival Factor&quot;
          • &quot;Lumen maintenance&quot;
    ≥ 80 ≥ 80 Colour rendering (Ra) ≥ 0.55 if P  < 25W ≥ 0.90 if P ≥ 25W ≥ 0.50 if P  < 25W ≥ 0.90 if P ≥ 25W Lamp power factor ≤ 0.01 mW/klm ≤ 0.01 mW/klm UVC radiation ≤ 2.0 mW/klm ≤ 2.0 mW/klm UVA+UVB radiation ≤ 2.0% at 400h ≤ 2.0% at 200h Premature failure rate < 40s or < 100s for lamps containing mercury in amalgam form < 60s or < 120s for lamps containing mercury in amalgam form Lamp warm-up time to 60% Φ < 1.5s if P < 10W < 1.0s if P ≥ 10W < 2.0s Starting time ≥ lamp lifetime expressed in hours ≥ 30000 if lamp starting time > 0.3s ≥ half the lamp lifetime expressed in hours ≥ 10000 if lamp starting time > 0.3s Number of switching cycles before failure At 2000h: ≥ 88% (≥ 83% for lamps with second lamp envelope) At 6000h: ≥70% At 2000h : ≥ 85% (≥ 80% for lamps with second lamp envelope) Lumen maintenance ≥ 0.70 ≥ 0.50 Lamp Survival Factor at 6000h Stage 5 Stage 1 Functionality parameter
  • EU Regulation DIM I: Funct. requirements for lamps excl. CFLi and LED
      • Where the rated lamp lifetime is higher than 2000hrs, the Stage 1 requirements for the following parameters in this table are only applicable as from Stage 2.
          • &quot;Rated lamp lifetime&quot;,
          • &quot;Lamp Survival Factor&quot;
          • &quot;Lumen maintenance&quot;
    ≥ 0.95 ≥ 0.95 Lamp power factor ≤ 0.01 mW/klm ≤ 0.01 mW/klm UVC radiation ≤ 2.0 mW/klm ≤ 2.0 mW/klm UVA+UVB radiation ≤ [email_address] ≤ [email_address] Premature failure rate ≤ 1.0s ≤ 1.0s Lamp warm-up time to 60% Φ < 0.2s < 0.2s Starting time ≥ four times the rated lamp life expressed in hours ≥ four times the rated lamp life expressed in hours Number of switching cycles ≥ 85% at 75% of rated average lifetime ≥ 85% at 75% of rated average lifetime Lumen maintenance ≥ 2000h ≥ 1000h Rated lamp lifetime Stage 5 Stage 1 Functionality parameter
  • EU Regulation DIM I: Packaging Requirements as of 01.09.2010
      • Nominal luminous flux (2x size of W)
      • Nominal Lifetime = Rated Lifetime (h)
      • Number of switching cycles
      • Colour temperature (as value in Kelvin)
      • Warm up time until 60% is reached, if < 1s => “instant full light”
      • Warning if lamp cannot be dimmed or only on specific dimmers
      • Information if not designed for std. conditions
      • Lamp dimensions (mm)
      • If equivalent GLS is mentioned, minimum values need to be fulfilled
      • “ Energy Saving” term only for Class A lamps
      • For Hg containing lamps
        • Lamp mercury content (x.x mg)
        • Website for instructions in case of breakage
      • All information required on packaging
      • Rated power (0.1W precision)
      • Rated luminous flux
      • Rated lamp life time
      • Power factor
      • Lumen Maintenance factor at the end of the nominal lifetime
      • Starting time (x.x s)
      • Colour rendering
      • For Hg containing lamps
        • Cleaning instruction in case of breakage
        • Information on lamp disposal at end of lifetime
    On Packaging On Free Access Web Sites
  • Consequences of EUP DIM I: OSRAM GLS products Sep. 2009* Non clear GLS lamps to be replaced by CFLi (A) Special purpose lamps Implementation measure on directional light sources to be decided by end of 2009 Sep. 2010 Sep. 2011 Sep. 2012 Sep. 2013 Sep. 2014 Sep. 2015 Sep. 2016 15W 25W 40W 60W 75W 100W 15W 25W 40W 60W 75W 100W 15W 25W 40W 60W 75W 100W 15W 25W 40W 60W 75W 100W Ban of all clear GLS 15W 25W 40W 60W 75W 100W Clear Non Clear Directional Special * All Lamps with Energy Class F&G banned starting Sept. 2009
  • EU Regulation DIM I: What will be allowed? Sep. 2009 Special purpose lamps: designed for special application other than illumination of household room and indicated as such in product information Implementation measure on directional light sources to be decided by end of 2009 or 2010 Sep. 2010 Sep. 2011 Sep. 2012 Sep. 2013 Sep. 2016 All Class C ≥ 2000h 85 @ 75 Class B ≥ 2000h 85 @ 75 Class C ≥ 1000h 85 @ 75 Replacement Performance: ≥ 6000h, 50% survival 85% (80%) @ 2000h Warm up <60s (120s) PF ≥ 0.5 (<25W) CRI ≥ 80 Performance on top: ≥ 6000h, 70% survival 88% (83%) @ 2000h Warm up <40s (120s) PF ≥ 0.55 (<25W) Class A HAL ES LED CFLi LED CFLi LED GLS: 15 - 75W GLS: 15 - 60W GLS: 15 - 40W ? Clear Non Clear Directional Special
  • Consequences of EuP DIM I: OSRAM HALOGEN products Sep. 2009 Non clear HALOGEN lamps to be replaced by Energy Class A products, only LED equivalent at this time Special Purpose Lamps Implementation measure on directional light sources to be decided by end of 2009 Sep. 2010 Sep. 2011 Sep. 2012 Sep. 2013 Sep. 2014 Sep. 2015 Sep. 2016 <60 lm 60 lm 450 lm 725 lm >950lm Ban of all clear Halogen Class D&E 15W 25W 40W 60W 75W 100W <60 lm 60 lm 450 lm 725 lm >950lm <60 lm 60 lm 450 lm 725 lm >950lm <60 lm 60 lm 450 lm 725 lm >950lm Ban of Class C* * Except for G9/R7s = Energy Class C remains
  • Consequences of EuP DIM I: OSRAM HALOGEN products Halostar Standard 10, 20, 35, 50 clear/frosted Halostar Starlite 5, 10, 20, 35, 50, 75, 90 clear Halostar ES 14, 25, 35, 50, 65 clear Halopin 25, 40, 60, 75 clear/frosted Halopin ES 20*, 33, 48, 60 clear/frosted Halogen Classic ES 18, 28, 42, 52, 70, 105 clear/frosted Halolux BT 40, 60, 100, 150 clear/frosted Halolux T 25, 40, 60 clear/frosted Halolux Ceram 25, 40, 60, 75, 100,150, 230 clear/frosted Haloline 60, 100, 150, 200, 300, 500 clear Haloline ES 48, 80, 120, 160, 230, 400 clear Product range after X 01.09.2009 X 01.09.2011 X 01.09.2010 X 01.09.2012 * In 2012 this type will be phased out due to low light efficiency
  • Exiting Products: Order / Production timelines
    • OSRAM will discontinue all products not meeting the new EU requirements.
    • Key Dates:
      • Final orders for exiting products: May 2009
      • Last production for exiting products: end June 2009
      • Last delivery for exiting products: early August 2009
  • Implications for [customer name]
    • e.g.
    • Impact on POG (before/after – retail have examples)
    • Substitute products
    • Other…
  • Thank you for your attention.
    • BACKUP
  • Key Facts: OSRAM’s perspective
    • As leading lighting manufacturer OSRAM has the broadest portfolio of energy-saving products in the world.
    • Martin Goetzeler, CEO of OSRAM said: “The new EU directive is good news for consumers and the environment. The 8-year transition phase will ensure that energy-efficient lamps of the highest quality will be available as replacements for all standard applications, holders, shapes and wattages. The directive is a strong signal that the EU is serious about climate protection.”
    • The incandescent lamp will be obsolete due to its low efficiency. As a leading provider of innovative lighting, OSRAM has for years been at the forefront of the trend towards environmentally sustainable solutions and will continue to drive technological change.
    Backup
  • OSRAM Portfolio Replacement Options 2008 2010 2012 Stick, 6.000h HAL (C) CFLi (A&B) Shape, colour, start, >10.000h Premium Value CRI, Hg free, instant light, dim, 2.000h CRI, dim, Hg free, 2.000h CFLi Shape, start, 15.000h HAL GLS HAL (C) CFLi HAL CRI, Hg free, instant light, dim, 2.000h Stick & Twist, 10.000h CFLi (A) On top: Dim, small,>15.000h Value Premium CRI, dim, Hg free, 2.000h On top: higher efficacy, cost GLS LED Stick & Twist, 10.000h On top: higher efficacy, LED HAL (C&B) CFLi (A+) Value Premium CRI, dim, Hg free, 2.000h CFLi HAL GLS LED LED LED Internal
  • These correction factors are cumulative where appropriate EU Regulation DIM I 3- Corrections factors for efficiency calculation P max / 1.1 LED lamp requiring external power supply P max / 0.95 non-clear lamp with second envelope and P ≤ 0.5 * (0.88√Ф+0.049Ф) P max / 0.76 discharge lamp with colour rendering index ≥ 90 and Tc >=5000K P max / 0.85 non-clear lamp with colour rendering index ≥ 90 and P ≤ 0.5 * (0.88√Ф+0.049Ф) P max / 0.75 discharge lamp with cap GX53 P max / 1.06 filament lamp requiring external power supply Maximum rated power (W) Scope of the correction Correction factors
    • Following information shall be put on the packaging as from Sept. 2010 except for GLS lamps. It may be displayed using graphs, figures or symbols rather than text.
      • When the nominal lamp power is displayed outside the energy label in accordance with Directive 98/11/EC, the nominal luminous flux of the lamp shall also be separately displayed in a font at least twice as large as the nominal lamp power display outside the label;
      • Nominal life time of the lamp in hours (not higher than the rated life time);
      • Number of switching cycles before premature lamp failure;
      • Colour temperature (also expressed as a value in Kelvin);
      • Warm-up time up to 60% of the full light output (may be indicated as &quot;instant full light&quot; if less than 1 second);
      • A warning if the lamp cannot be dimmed or can be dimmed only on specific dimmers;
      • If designed for optimal use in non-standard conditions (such as ambient temperature Ta ≠ 25 °C), information on those conditions;
      • Lamp dimensions in millimeters (length and diameter);
      • The term &quot;energy saving lamp&quot; or any similar product related promotional statement about lamp efficacy may only be used if the lamp complies with the efficacy requirements applicable to non-clear lamps in Stage 1 (EEL A).
    EU Regulation DIM I 6- Packaging Requirements – more details Backup
      • If equivalence with an incandescent lamp is claimed on the packaging, the claimed equivalent incandescent lamp power (rounded to 1W) shall be that corresponding in the following table to the luminous flux of the lamp contained in the packaging. Intermediate values of both luminous flux and claimed incandescent lamp power (rounded to 1W) shall be calculated by linear interpolation between the two adjacent values.
    EU Regulation DIM I 6- Packaging Requirements – more details (Part II)
    • If the lamp contains mercury:
      • Lamp mercury content as X.X mg;
      • Indication which website to consult in case of accidental lamp breakage to find instructions on how to clean up the lamp debris.
    Backup 200 3452 3009 3172 150 2452 2137 2253 100 1521 1326 1398 75 1055 920 970 60 806 702 741 40 470 410 432 25 249 217 229 15 136 119 125 [W] LED and other lamps Halogen CFL Claimed equivalent incandescent lamp power Rated lamp luminous flux Φ [lm]
  • Backup Glossary Non Directional Light Sources NDLS Incandescent Lamps GLS Compact Fluorescent Lamps CFL Compact Fluorescent Lamps with integrated Ballasts CFLi High Intensity Discharge Lamps HID Fluorescent Lamps FL Working Group WG High Intensity Discharge Lamps HID Lamp Luminous Maintenance Factor LLMF Lamp Survival Factor LSF Implementing Measure IM Office and Industry Lighting OIL Street Lighting IM SLIM Domestic Implementing Measure DIM Energy-using Products EuP Backup