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mr.potato 6:41am on Thursday, October 7th, 2010 
Verbatim: still one of the best I had problems with Memorex DVD-rw media failing after two or three DVD burns.
LCD 12:10pm on Tuesday, August 10th, 2010 
"I heard that this was a great brand to use out of all the others, so i wanted to try it. I waited until it was on sale.
Panacea 9:01am on Tuesday, July 20th, 2010 
Not recognized by my LG GSA-5163D DVD/CD Re-Writer, although the packaging states, "DVD+/-R, +/-RW, DVD-RAM All DVD formats compatible". I have used these media with several burners and only got coasters because of the burner problem.
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I am legally blind and disabled, because I have been forced to be homebound, I found it a blessing to download talking books to portable hard drives.
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I cannot use it miss ordered tried for a week to get an RA# and no way sohave to eat this item which I cannot use! "High Quality","Durable". I use the discs to archive personal and friends non-copyrighted music on a digital format. "Highly Compatible","Label great - no smear".

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4 Checks Carried Out Checking the information on energy labels, household appliances The information on energy labels for household appliances and the minimum energy efficiency requirements for household refrigerators, freezers and their combinations are checked by testing appliances at the Danish National Consumer Agency Laboratory (FS Lab). The following were tested in 2004: Household refrigerators, freezers and their combinations: 20 models (refrigerators, fridgefreezers, freezers and chest freezers) in energy classes A+ and A++. Another 8 models were selected for checking but the tests were not concluded in 2004. The presence and presentation of CE labels and compliance with the energy efficiency standards were checked on the models tested. Washing machines: 6 models with a high spin speed. Dishwashers: 6 models, random sample of machines for 12 place settings. Another 10 models were selected for checking but the tests were not concluded in 2004. Electric ovens: 14 models, of which 10 ovens in cookers (this type had not previously been checked) and 4 built-in ovens. The preconditions established were adjusted with postponement of the delivery of test reports for 8 household refrigerators, freezers and their combinations to 2005 (selected in 2004), selection of 10 dishwashers and the addition of tests on a further 8 electric ovens. Checking the information on energy labels, household lamps The information on energy labels on household lamps was checked in tests at DELTA. The following were tested in 2004: 29 models in 3-specimen tests (screening tests). 6 models in 20-specimen tests to confirm the results of screening tests. The preconditions established were adjusted downwards to 29 models in 3-specimen tests and 6 additional models were added, on which 20-specimen tests were carried out. Checking the presence of energy labels in shops Energy labelling on household appliances and household lamps was checked at visits to a number of shops throughout the country. The following were visited in 2004: 83 household appliance shops. 11 shops that sell household lamps. When organising check visits to retailers of household appliances, visits are included to more addresses than established in the preconditions as experience shows that some shops turn out to be inactive. These might be electricians who do not display household appliances or shops that have shut down or moved. This years check routes included a total of 107 addresses, of which 24, an unusually high number, turned out to be inactive. Labelling was therefore checked in 83 shops. In connection with the checks in shops that sell household lamps, a total of 35 items of household lamp packaging were selected for further assessment. The packaging was selected if there was doubt about whether the energy labelling was correct. Checking energy labelling information in fiches and advertisements Energy labelling information in brochures and advertisements was checked by going through the fiches in brochures for household appliances collected in shops and going through the advertisements collected by Energy Labelling Denmark. The following were checked in 2004: 32 fiches. 10 advertisements. The preconditions established were met.

Yes Yes No Yes

Upright freezers Make Model

Bosch Electrolux

GSS 32430 EUC 2200

Yes Yes

Chest freezers Make Model
Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Energy Volume consumption

Liebherr Vestfrost

2266 SE256A+
1 appliance exceeded the tolerance for the volume of the refrigeration area and freezer area. The following has happened with this model: Electrolux ERB3223: The supplier has changed the information on the energy label. The test costs were paid by the supplier. All models complied with the energy efficiency requirements for household refrigerators, freezers and their combinations.
Household refrigerators, freezers and their combinations various types, A+ and A++
A series of 8 models of different types of household refrigerator, freezer and their combination was tested in December 2004. The models were selected from models labelled A+ and A++ on the Danish market and primarily from models involved in the Danish Electricity Saving Trusts A+ and A++ campaign.
Refrigerators Make Model Suppliers information Energy Energy Volume efficiency consumplitres class tion kWh/year A+ A+ A+ A+ Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Energy Volume consumption Suppliers information confirmed by test
AEG Brandt/ Blomberg Bosch Miele
Santo K00-4i SC 24 AN KiR 26451 K 855 iD 1
Suppliers Test revealed unacceptinformation able discrepancy Energy Energy Volume Energy Volume efficien- consump- Fresh Frozen consump- Fresh Frozen cy class tion tion litres litres kWh/year A+ A+ A+ 20

AEG Bosch Whirlpool

Santo K40-4i KIL 24451 ARG 947/3

Yes Yes No

F 456 i-2
Suppliers information Energy Energy Volume efficien- consumplitres cy class tion kWh/year A+ 240 156
1 appliance exceeded the tolerance for energy consumption. Follow-up is in progress for the supplier, but it has not yet been completed. All models complied with the energy efficiency requirements for household refrigerators, freezers and their combinations. Another 8 models were selected for checking but the tests have not been concluded.

Washing machines

A series of 6 front-loading washing machine models was tested in April 2004. The models were selected on the basis of high spin speed, as the spin speed is important for the energy consumption in connection with any subsequent tumble-drying.
Washing machines Suppliers information Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Water consumption litres Suppliers information confirmed by test

Energy efficiency class

Washing performance
Water remaining after spin % Spin speed rpm

Spin drying efficiency

Energy consumption kWh/wash
Water remaining after spin Spin speed

Energy consumption

Make Bauknecht Electrolux Indesit LG Siemens Whirlpool
Model WAB 8794 EWF 1645 W 165 TX (EX) WD-16200FD WXLS1650EU AWM 8163/2

A A A A A A

1,45 1,02 0,95 1,33 1,02 0,95
44,9 44,9 44,9 44,9 44,9 44,9

1600 1600

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Water consumption

Capacity kg

No No No Yes Yes

4 appliances exceeded the tolerance for washing performance. 1 appliance exceeded the tolerances for spin speed and water consumption. Follow-up is in progress for the suppliers of models for which the energy labelling was not confirmed by testing, but it has not yet been completed.

Dishwashers

A series of 6 dishwashers was tested in December 2004. The models were selected as random samples from models for 12 place settings.
Dishwashers Suppliers information Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Suppliers information confirmed by test
Energy consumption kWh/dish
Water consumption l/dish Energy consumption kWh/dish
Make Asko Brandt Electrolux Gorenje Miele Siemens
Model D3250 VE305We1 ESF 6221 GVI 7640 G 651-3 SCU PLUS SE65T270EU

Dishing performance

Drying performance

A A A B A A

1,04 1,05 1,05 1,24 1,05 1,05

A B B C A 14

9,13 14
Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes No
appliances exceeded the tolerance for washing performance and one model exceeded the tolerances for washing performance and drying performance. Follow-up is in progress for the suppliers of models for which the energy labelling was not confirmed by testing, but it has not yet been completed. Another 10 models were selected for checking but the tests have not been concluded.
Electric ovens in cookers
A series of 6 medium-sized combination ovens, i.e. ovens with both traditional heating and forced air convection, was tested in June 2004. The models, all in energy class A, were selected from the most widely sold of the brands selected.

Make Model Energy class

Household refrigerators, freezers and their combinations various types
A test series of 8 types of different household refrigerators, freezers and their combinations was tested in December 2003. The test results for the following 3 models were followed up. The other models test results were within the test tolerances.
Fridges without freezer compartment Make Model Suppliers information Energy Energy Volume efficien- consumpFresh litres cy class tion kWh/year A Suppliers information Energy Energy efficien- consumpcy class tion kWh/year C 241 Volume
Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Energy Volume consumpFresh tion

Whirlpool

ARG 972/3
Fridges with freezer compartment without star rating Make Model
Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Energy consumption Volume

Fresh Frozen

Eico/ Ariston

S/KMU 130/ BT 1311

ESX 20132/E
Suppliers Test revealed unacceptinformation able discrepancy Energy Energy Volume Energy Volume efficien- consump- Fresh Frozen consump- Fresh Frozen litres litres cy class tion tion kWh/year Yes Yes A 101
The following has happened with these models: Whirlpool ARG 972/3 the supplier has changed the information on energy consumption on the energy label. The test costs were paid by the supplier. Eico S/KMU 130/Ariston BT 1311 the suppliers explanation of discrepancies between the fiche and the energy label was noted. The energy label was confirmed. The Eico version has been removed from the Danish market. Wasco ESX 20132/E the model has been removed from the Danish market. Existing appliances in shops were relabelled with amended energy consumption and volume. The test costs were paid by the supplier.

Tumble dryers

A test series of 10 tumble dryers was tested in September 2003. The test results for the following model were followed up. The other models test results were within the test tolerances.
Tumble dryers Air vented Make Model Suppliers information Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Energy consumption

Bauknecht

TRAK 6220
Energy Energy efficiency class consumption kWh/portion C 3,30
13 The following has happened with this model: Bauknecht TRAK 6220 on the basis of an assessment of technical documentation submitted, Energy Labelling Denmark requested that the supplier amend the label. The supplier did not want to amend the label and the model was therefore selected for a three-appliance test.

Three-appliance test average Make Suppliers information Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Energy consumption
The model exceeded the tolerance for energy consumption. The following has happened with this model: The supplier agreed to amend the information on energy consumption on the energy label. The model has subsequently been removed from the Danish market. The test costs were paid by the supplier.
Electric ovens - built-in ovens
A test series of 15 built-in ovens was tested in December 2003. The test results for the following 5 models were followed up. The other models results were within the test tolerances.

Built-in ovens

Make Model Energiklasse
Size Small medium large Energy consumption
Ariston Candy Gorenje Miele Siemens Smeg Teba Whirlpool
FB56.2IX FL 501 B7460W H326-3B HB28055SK SE210X/1 A0600 AKP230/WH

B B A A A B A B

1,07 0,93 0,87 0,83 0,79 1,07 0,95 0,99
0,99 1,21 0,77 0,79 0,95 0,99 1,1

51,3 52

Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium *
Yes Yes No No No No No No
* Energy consumption in connection with forced air convection is not, as required, stated on the energy label. The following has happened with these models: Gorenje B7460W the appliance tested was defective. The supplier submitted new technical documentation that gave no reason for further follow-up. The test costs were paid by the supplier. Miele H326-3B follow-up not yet completed. Smeg SE210X/1 follow-up not yet completed. Siemens HB28055 SK follow-up not yet completed. Teba A0600 the supplier submitted an amended energy label on which information on energy consumption in connection with forced air convection was stated. The label was confirmed. Whirlpool AKP 230/WH follow-up not yet completed.
Follow-up on checks carried out in 2002 Side-by-side refrigerators and freezers
The test series included a total of 7 refrigerators and 7 freezers designed for integration. The appliances were tested in November 2002. The test results for 4 models were followed up. The other models test results were within the test tolerances. For 2 of the models, follow-up was completed in 2003, while follow-up continued in 2004 for the following 2 models:
Side-by-side refrigerators and freezers Make Model Suppliers information Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy
Energy Volume consumption Fresh FrokWh/year zen Yes Yes
Energy consumption kWh/year
Volume Fresh Frozen litres litres

Norcold UPO

GN 245B F2712

354 271

216 205
The following has happened with these models: Norcold GN 245B the supplier has changed the information on volume on the energy label. The test costs were paid by the supplier. UPO F2712 the supplier has changed the information on volume on the energy label. The test costs were paid by the supplier.
A test series of 10 washing machines was tested in October 2002. The test results for 7 models were followed up. The other models test results were within the test tolerances. For 6 of the models, follow-up was completed in 2003, while follow-up continued in 2004 for the following model:
Washing machines Suppliers information Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Suppliers information confirmed by test

Water consumption litres

Water remaining after spin %
Make Model Ariston AL109X(SK) A

0,95 A

62,9 1000

Spin speed rpm

The following has happened with this model: Ariston AL 109X(SK) the suppliers technical documentation gave no reason for further followup, but the model has been selected for subsequent testing.

SHOP CHECKS

Retailers are responsible for there being energy labels on all unused appliances displayed in shops. This is checked by means of shop visits. This years shop check, the 19th in a row, was carried out in October. For previous checks the shops were selected to include both shops that had not been visited before and shops at which there had previously been labelling problems in most cases. For this years check, the shops were selected so that the result would reflect a representative section of various types of shop. The shops were selected according to the following criteria: a representative section of shops from all chains and non-chain shops a representative section of various sizes of shop a geographically representative section to include both town and country. The shops were selected from Energy Labelling Denmarks database of retailers of household appliances in Denmark. The database contains household appliance shops, electricians, kitchen centres, department stores, DIY centres and timber merchants that display and sell household appliances. The shops were selected irrespective of whether they had been visited previously and irrespective of any previous check results.

Number of appliances

In the check, energy labels were registered on a total of 4863 appliances. The energy label was registered as correct if the appliance had a clearly visible energy label. If, for example, the energy label was inside an appliance or an appliance just had a strip stuck to it, the label was registered as incorrect.

100 % correctly labelled appliances This check 18th check Correct Incorrect 67 64
Of the appliances checked, 3255 were correctly labelled, equivalent to 67 %. For purposes of comparison, the result of the 18th test series, at which 3631 appliances were checked, was that 2325 were correctly labelled, equivalent to 64 %.
Checks were made in 83 shops. The chart shows the results of the check.
90 - 100% 80 - 89% 70 - 79% 60 - 69% 50 - 59% 40 - 49% 30 - 39% 20 - 29% 10 - 19% 0 - 9%

Number of shops

% correctly labelled appliances
In 20 of the shops, the labelling was more than 90 % correct, while the labelling was less than 90 % correct in a total of 63 shops. Energy Labelling Denmark follows up on shops at which the labelling is less than 90 % correct. The survey covered 41 shops that were visited for the first time, while 42 shops had been visited previously. The chart shows the overall check results divided into shops that were visited for the first time and shops that had been visited previously.
80-89% 70-79% 60-69% 50-59% 40-49% 30-39% 20-29% 10-19% 90-100% 0-9% Previously visited 1st visit
% correctly labelled appliancies
As the chart shows, the results were best in shops that had been visited previously. The labelling for such shops was more than 90 % correct in 16 shops, equivalent to 38 %. Of the shops visited for the first time, the labelling was more than 90 % correct in 4 shops, equivalent to 10 %. The result corroborates the results from previous checks, which also showed that shops that have been visited previously have more products, on average, that have correct energy labelling.
17 A total of 63 shops were followed up, of which 37 were shops that had not previously been visited. Of the 37 shops, 6 were household appliance shops, while the other 31 were kitchen shops, DIY centres, timber merchants or other types of shop that do not have household appliances as their primary sales area.
ENERGY LABELLING OF HOUSEHOLD LAMPS
Suppliers are responsible for ensuring that the information on energy labels is correct and energy labels have the right size in relation to the packaging. The information on energy labels is normally checked first in a so-called screening test, in which 3 specimens of each household lamp are tested. This is performed on a wide selection of household lamps. The screening tests provide an indication of when the energy labelling is incorrect. The results of the screening tests may also form the basis for selection of household lamps for 20-specimen tests, which are necessary, in accordance with the test standards, to ensure that the test results can be regarded as being totally reliable. The costs in connection with the check may only be charged to the supplier on the basis of the results from a 20specimen test. Energy Labelling Denmark follows up on suppliers of household lamps if the test shows unacceptable deviations from the information on the energy label or if the energy labels size is not correct in relation to the rest of the packaging. The supplier is requested to submit technical documentation of the information on the energy label and/or to change the size of the energy label to meet the requirements of the Directive. Follow-up on the test results may, in some cases, last for an extended period of time. Therefore, results of follow-up on tests carried out in 2003 are also included in this section of the report.

Checking the information on energy labels, 2004 3-specimen tests
In 2004, two series of household lamps were tested. The size of the energy label in relation to the packaging was checked on the household lamps purchased for the check. The test series included different types of household lamp (filament lamps, low-energy lamps, fluorescent tubes and one halogen lamp) and both well-known and less well-known brands.
Summary of 1st test series

Filament lamps

Suppliers information Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Power LumiW nous flux lm Suppliers information confirmed Packaging OK

Energy Power class W

Luminous flux lm
IKEA Leuci Paulmann Sylvania Tero Voltolux
40W, E14, mat 15W, E27 25W, E27 60W, E27 75W, E27 60W, E27

E E E E E E

940 710
Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Power Luminous flux W lm Yes Suppliers information confirmed
Yes No No No Yes Yes Packaging OK

Fluorescent lamps

e3light Energisparelampe IKEA Megaman Osram Tero
9W, E27 3W, E27 11W, E27 5W, E27 20W, E27 5W, E27

1200 220

Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Power Luminous flux W lm Suppliers information confirmed
No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Packaging OK

Fluorescent tubes

Luminous flux lm 900 1000

Narva Osram Philips Tero

LT15W/030 L8W/41-827 PL-S 11W TERO F15W/827

B B A B

Yes Yes Yes No Yes

Yes No Yes Yes

The test series included 6 types of filament lamp, 6 types of fluorescent lamp and 4 fluorescent tubes. 2 filament lamps, 2 fluorescent lamps and one fluorescent tube exceeded the tolerance for luminous flux. The energy labels on the packaging of 6 of the household lamps tested did not comply with the Directives size requirements.
20 The following has happened with these household lamps: Leuci, 15 W the supplier has stated that the lamp is no longer on the Danish market. Paulmann, 25 W luminous flux amended on the energy label. Sylvania, 60 W follow-up not yet completed. e3light, 9 W the supplier has stated that the lamp is sold out on the Danish market. Energisparelampe, 3 W the supplier has withdrawn the lamp from the Danish market. IKEA, 11 W the supplier has stated that the lamp is no longer on the Danish market. Megaman, 5 W the supplier has not reacted to Energy Labelling Denmarks communications. The lamp has been selected for a 20-specimen test. Osram, L8W/41-827 the supplier has changed the size of the energy label. Philips PL-S 11 W follow-up not yet completed.
Summary of 2nd test series
Suppliers information Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Power Luminous flux W lm Suppliers information confirmed Packaging OK
General Electric Osram Tero
GE Elegance 60W Osram 25W, Tero Soft 40W,
Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Power Luminous flux W lm

Yes Yes Yes Suppliers information confirmed

Yes Yes Yes Packaging OK

Halogen lamps

Luminous flux lm 820

Osram Halolux

D Suppliers information

Yes Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Power Luminous flux W lm Yes Yes Yes Suppliers information confirmed

Yes Packaging OK

AD431 Cosna Cosna Energiespar lampe e3light Megaman Paulmann SEKO Electric Tero
AD431 Cosna 23W Cosna 4W Energiesparlampe 7W e3light 11W Megaman 5W Paulmann Decopipe Seko EL 11W TERO 5W

A A A B A A B A A

Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes
No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes
The test series included 3 filament lamps, 1 halogen lamp and 9 fluorescent lamps.
fluorescent lamps exceeded the tolerance for luminous flux. The packaging for 3 of the lamps did not comply with the Directives presentation requirements. The following has happened with these household lamps: Paulmann Decopipe the supplier has stated that the lamp has been replaced so that it is in accordance with the information on the energy label and that the size of the energy label on the packaging has been changed. Follow-up has not yet been completed for the other household lamps.

20-specimen tests

In order to ensure that the test results for household lamps can be regarded as totally reliable, the test standard requires testing of 20 specimens of the same household lamp. 20 specimens of 6 different fluorescent lamps were tested in December 2004. The household lamps were selected on the basis of the results of Energy Labelling Denmarks 3-specimen tests and the results of equivalent tests made available by the Danish Electricity Saving Trust.
Summary of 20-specimen tests

Flourescent lamps

Suppliers information Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Power Luminous flux W lm Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Suppliers information confirmed Packaging OK
Cosna IKEA Megaman Megaman Osram Tero

Cosna 15W, E27 IKEA 11W, E27 Megaman liliput 11W, E14 Megaman liliput 5W, E27 Osram Dulux Economy 12W, E27 TERO 11W, E27

600 600

No Yes No No No No
5 household lamps exceeded the tolerance for luminous flux. For one of these, the packaging did not comply with the Directives presentation requirements. The following has happened with these household lamps: The Tero retailer has withdrawn the household lamp from the shops. Follow-up is in progress for the suppliers of the other household lamps, but it has not yet been completed.
Separate checks on the size of energy labels, 2004
The size of the energy label in relation to the packaging was also checked in June 2004 on visits to shops in the Copenhagen area. The packaging was selected on the basis of a lack of energy labelling, a lack of information or a supposition that the size of the energy label did not comply with the Directives requirements. 19 items of packaging were checked, of which 4 complied with the Directives requirements.
Household lamps Make E3light Energiesparlamp Herstal Junge & Vitrika Maxi-Lux Energiespaarlampe Paulmann Philips Sweljus Lyktlampe Ultrastar Voltolux Number 19 No energy label Lack of information Wrong size OK 1
The following has happened with this packaging: Herstal the supplier has amended the energy labels so that they comply the Directives requirements. Junge & Vitrika the case has been transferred to the Danish Energy Authority. Maxi-Lux Energiespaarlampe the lamp was subsequently removed from the Danish market. Paulmann the supplier has amended the size of the energy label so that it complies with the Directives requirements. Philips the packaging was subsequently removed from the Danish market. Sweljus Lyktlampe the supplier states that the packaging is on the way out of the Danish market and receives guidance on the preparation of packaging. Ultrastar the supplier no longer exists. Voltolux the supplier has amended the size of the energy labels so that they comply with the Directives requirements.
Follow-up on checks on information on energy labels carried out in 2003

In the first 3-specimen test in 2003, 19 household lamps were tested. The test results for the following 11 household lamps were followed up. The other models results were within the test tolerances and the size of the energy labels was in accordance with the rules:

Summary of 1st test

Make Model Suppliers information Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy LumiPower nous W flux lm Yes Yes Yes Suppliers information confirmed Packaging OK

Power W

Philips ECO Paulmann Light 2000
25W, E14 40W, E27 40W, E27 frosted 60W, E27

E E E E

410 490

No No No

Yes No No No
Linea Sylvania SEKO Osram Sylvania Osram Paulmann
9W, E27 MiniLynx 11W 11W, E27 Dulux El Longlife 5W E14 Mini-Lynx 5W(LL) E14 Dulux El Longlife 15W E27 Mini 7W, E14

A A A A A A A

Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Power LumiW nous flux lm Yes Yes
Suppliers information confirmed

Packaging OK

No Yes No Yes

Yes No Yes No Yes No No

No Yes
The following has happened with these household lamps: Philips 25 W, E14 the suppliers technical documentation gave no reason for further follow-up. ECO 40 W, E27 the supplier no longer exists. Paulmann 40 W, E27 frosted the supplier no longer exists. Linea 9 W, E27 model removed from the Danish market. Light 2000, 60 W, E27 model removed from the Danish market. Sylvania MiniLynx 11 W the size of the energy label on the packaging has been changed. SEKO 11 W, E27 the Danish supplier could not be identified. Osram Dulux El Longlife 5 W, E17 the size of the energy label on the packaging has been changed. Sylvania Mini-Lynx 5 W, E14 household lamp changed. Osram Dulux El Longlife 15 W, E27 follow-up not yet completed. Paulmann Mini 7 W, E14 the supplier no longer exists. 18 household lamps were included in the second 3-specimen test in 2003. The test results for the following 10 household lamps were followed up. The other models results were within the test tolerances and the size of the energy labels was in accordance with the rules:

Summary of 2nd test

Suppliers information Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Power LumiW nous flux lm Yes Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Power LysW strm lm Yes Suppliers information confirmed Packaging OK

IKEA Paulmann

25 W E14 Rrpre, 25W

200 160

Yes No Suppliers information confirmed

No No Packaging OK

IKEA IKEA Neolux Osram Paulmann Megaman
IKEA 11W, E27 IKEA 11W, E27 13W EE13 E17 11W, Dulux E27 Mini 11W, E14 15W, E27

420 810

No Yes Yes
Yes No No No No No Packaging OK
No Yes Yes Suppliers information confirmed
Test revealed unacceptable discrepancy Power Lumino Power Lumino W us flux W us flux lm lm

Osram Osram

T5, 21W T5, 14W
The following has happened with these household lamps: IKEA 25 W, E14 follow-up not yet completed. Paulmann, tube lamp, 25 W the supplier no longer exists. IKEA 11 W, E27 follow-up not yet completed. IKEA 11 W, E27 follow-up not yet completed. Neolux 13 W EE13, E17 the size of the energy label on the packaging has been changed. Osram 11 W, Dulux, E27 follow-up not yet completed. Paulmann Mini 11 W, E14 the supplier no longer exists. Megaman 15 W, E27 follow-up not yet completed. Osram T5, 21 W follow-up not yet completed. Osram T5, 14 W the label and the technical documentation have been amended.
Follow-up on checks on the size of energy labels carried out in 2003
The test series included 297 different items of packaging from 9 different suppliers. The packaging was checked at shop visits at which any deficiencies in the packaging were noted. The follow-up continued in 2004 for the following packaging. The other models were either in order or removed from the market in 2003.
Household lamps Make Designlight GE Junge & Vitrika LandLight Leuci Nordlux Osram Philips Starlight Sylvania Number 228 No energy label 41 Wrong size OK
The following has happened with this packaging: Designlight energy label added to packaging. GE the packaging was subsequently removed from the Danish market. Junge & Vitrika labels added to packaging. LandLight the packaging was subsequently removed from the Danish market. Leuci the packaging was registered with an incorrect EAN code at the check. The packaging could subsequently not be identified precisely. Nordlux the packaging was subsequently removed from the Danish market. Osram energy labels were applied to packaging that is still marketed. The size was changed to comply with the Directives requirements for other packaging. Philips the packaging without energy labels was subsequently removed from the Danish market. The size was changed to comply with the Directives requirements for other packaging. Starlight the packaging was registered with an incorrect EAN code at the check. The packaging could subsequently not be identified precisely. Sylvania packaging without labels is no longer on the market. The size was changed to comply with the Directives requirements on other packaging.
FICHE CHECKS Household appliances
Suppliers are responsible for there being fiches for the various types of household appliance. The fiches are supposed to contain various pieces of additional information over and above the information on the energy label, depending on the type of appliance. Energy Labelling Denmark has checked 32 fiches in brochures for 9 different makes of household appliance. Makes were selected that were not included in the last check and 3 makes for which proposed changes were not immediately implemented. The makes were selected from a total of 25 collected/ordered brochures.

 

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