Mexico releases mandatory standards for energy efficiency in outdoor LED lamps

Recently, Mexico officially announced a new standard for energy efficiency of LED lamps called "Energy Efficiency Specifications and Test Methods for LED Lamps Used in Roads, Highways and Outdoor Public Areas." It is understood that the new standard will be officially implemented in May next year, and all related products must meet the standard when entering Mexico.
The standard specifies detailed requirements for minimum energy efficiency requirements, classification, test procedures, labeling, and market surveillance for outdoor-use LED luminaires. In terms of minimum light efficiency requirements, the minimum luminous efficiency requirement for road lighting LED lamps is 70 lm/W, the minimum luminous efficacy requirement for outdoor LED wall lamps is 52 lm/W, and the minimum luminous efficacy requirement for outdoor LED lighting lamps is 70 lm/W. W. On the Luminous Flux Mark, the total luminous flux measurement of all outdoor luminaires shall not be less than 90% of the standard value on the product marking. The standard also requires power factor and harmonic distortion, requiring that all outdoor LED luminaires have a power factor of not less than 0.9 and a total harmonic distortion of no more than 20%.
The Mexican standards are divided into two categories: the NOM standard and the NMX standard. The NOM standard is a mandatory standard issued by the Mexican government agency and is formulated by the Mexican Standardization Committee. Both the draft and the official text must be published in the Mexican Official Gazette. The NMX standard is a non-mandatory standard issued by an officially recognized standard authoring agency in Mexico. It becomes a mandatory standard only when the NMX standard becomes a reference for the NOM standard or is cited by relevant regulations. The Ministry of Energy has issued a national standard for energy efficiency in Mexico through the National Energy Conservation Committee. The National Advisory Committee on Energy Conservation Standards in Mexico is responsible for the formulation, implementation and monitoring of standards for energy efficiency national standards in Mexico.
Ningbo is the country's largest outdoor lighting production base. It is known as the hometown of Chinese lamps and China's lighting manufacturing base. Ningbo lighting products are exported overseas. At present, Ningbo's outdoor lighting fixtures account for 70% of the country's total exports, of which LED companies have reached more than 1,500, LED products accounted for 47% of total lighting sales, while LED products accounted for 52% of its sales. Among them, LED commercial lighting accounts for about 60% of total LED exports. According to statistics, from January to October 2012, Ningbo exported 456 batches of lamps in Mexico, amounting to US$ 12.82 million.
To this end, the inspection and quarantine department reminds outdoor LED lighting manufacturers: First, familiar with mandatory standards. The standard covers a wide range of LED product requirements, making sure that the product meets all specifications. The second is to strictly control product quality. Due to the high technical indicators of the standard, it is necessary to work hard at all stages, especially for the minimum light efficiency indicators, it is necessary to meet its energy efficiency requirements. The third is the appropriate identification of product marks. When marking the luminous flux and life, it must be based on the actual product, and must not be blindly marked. It is necessary to prevent excessive marking and fail to meet the requirements and cause returns. The fourth is to pay close attention to the industry dynamics of other countries and establish channels and mechanisms for obtaining foreign standards and technical trade measures. The energy efficiency of the luminaire will be a long-lasting topic that has become increasingly strict.

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