Affected by the epidemic, the implementation of these two LED lighting standards has been postponed

- Apr 14, 2020-

On April 2, the National Standardization Management Committee issued an announcement announcing the postponement of the implementation of 13 national standards such as the "Energy Efficiency Limitation Values and Energy Efficiency Grades for Unitary Air Conditioners".


The announcement shows that due to the impact of the new type of pneumonia, the National Standardization Management Committee decided to extend the implementation date of 8 national standards such as the "Energy Efficiency Limitation Values and Energy Efficiency Grades of Unitary Air Conditioners" from May 1, 2020 to 2020. November 1, 2014; The implementation date of five national standards, such as "Water Limit Value and Level of Water Efficiency", was extended from July 1, 2020 to January 1, 2021.


It can be seen from the standard summary table that two of the 13 standards are related to the LED lighting industry, namely, "Limited Values and Levels of Energy Efficiency of LED Products for Indoor Lighting" and "Limited Values and Levels of Energy Efficiency of LED Lamps for Roads and Tunnels" "Both of these standards will be postponed until November 1, 2020. (Source: National Standardization Management Committee)