Energy Efficiency Regulations

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Energy Efficiency Regulations

SOR/94-651ENERGY EFFICIENCY ACT
Registration 1994-10-18
Regulations Respecting Energy-Using Products and Requirements Pertaining to their Importation and Interprovincial Shipment
P.C. 1994-1718 1994-10-18Whereas, pursuant to section 26 of the Energy Efficiency ActFootnote *, a copy of the proposed Regulations respecting energy-using products and requirements pertaining to their importation and interprovincial shipment, substantially in the form annexed hereto, was published in the Canada Gazette Part I on March 19, 1994 and a reasonable opportunity was thereby afforded to interested persons to make representations to the Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources with respect thereto;
Return to footnote *S.C. 1992, c. 36
Therefore, His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources, pursuant to sections 20 and 25 of the Energy Efficiency ActFootnote *, is pleased hereby to make the annexed Regulations respecting energy-using products and requirements pertaining to their importation and interprovincial shipment.Short Title

1 These Regulations may be cited as the Energy Efficiency Regulations.

Interpretation

2 (1) In these Regulations,

Act
Act means the Energy Efficiency Act; (Loi)
adhesive tag
adhesive tag means a label that is attached to an energy-using product by means of at least two strips of adhesive that are located not more than 0.635 cm (0.25 inch) from the opposite edges of the label; (étiquette adhésive)
AHAM
AHAM means the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers; (AHAM)
AHRI
AHRI means the Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute; (AHRI)
AHRI 340/360
AHRI 340/360 means the AHRI standard ANSI/AHRI 340/360-2007 entitled Performance Rating of Commercial and Industrial Unitary Air-Conditioning and Heat Pump Equipment; (AHRI 340/360)
AHRI 1200
AHRI 1200 means the AHRI standard 1200-2008 entitled Performance Rating of Commercial Refrigerated Display Merchandisers and Storage Cabinets; (AHRI 1200)
annual energy consumption

annual energy consumption means, with respect to

(a) dishwashers, the total annual energy consumption as calculated in accordance with CSA C373-04,
(b) clothes washers, the value as calculated in CSA C360-03,
(c) clothes dryers, the value as calculated in CSA C361,
(d) electric ranges, the value as calculated in CSA C358, and
(e) refrigerators or combination refrigerator-freezers and freezers, the value as calculated in accordance with CSA C300-08; (consommation annuelle d’énergie)

ANSI
ANSI means the American National Standards Institute; (ANSI)
ANSI/AHAM DW-1
ANSI/AHAM DW-1[Repealed, SOR/2008-323, s. 1]
ANSI C78.1
ANSI C78.1 means the ANSI standard ANSI C78.1-1991 entitled American National Standard for Fluorescent Lamps — Rapid-Start Types — Dimensional and Electrical Characteristics; (ANSI C78.1)
ANSI C78.20
ANSI C78.20 means the ANSI standard ANSI C78.20-2003 entitled American National Standard for Electric Lamps — A, G, PS, and Similar Shapes with E26 Medium Screw Bases; (ANSI C78.20)
ANSI C78.21
ANSI C78.21 means the ANSI standard ANSI C78.21-2003 entitled American National Standard for Electric Lamps — PAR and R Shapes; (ANSI C78.21)
ANSI C78.3
ANSI C78.3 means the ANSI standard ANSI C78.3-1991 entitled American National Standard for Fluorescent Lamps — Instant-Start and Cold-Cathode Types — Dimensional and Electrical Characteristics; (ANSI C78.3)
ANSI C78.375
ANSI C78.375 means the ANSI standard ANSI C78.375-1991 entitled American National Standard for Fluorescent Lamps — Guide for Electrical Measurements; (ANSI C78.375)
ANSI C78.5
ANSI C78.5[Repealed, SOR/2011-182, s. 1]
ANSI C79.1
ANSI C79.1 means the ANSI standard ANSI C79.1-2002 entitled For Electric Lamps — Nomenclature for Glass Bulbs Intended for Use with Electric Lamps; (ANSI C79.1)
ANSI C81.61
ANSI C81.61 means the ANSI standard ANSI-ANSLG C81.61-2006 entitled Electrical Lamp Bases Specifications for Bases (Caps) for Electric Lamps; (ANSI C81.61)
ANSI C82.3
ANSI C82.3 means the ANSI standard ANSI C82.3-1983 entitled American National Standard for Reference Ballasts for Fluorescent Lamps; (ANSI C82.3)
appliance lamp
appliance lamp means a lamp that is designed to operate in ambient temperatures up to 315ºC with a maximum wattage of 40 W and is marketed as an appliance lamp; (lampe d’appareils électroménagers)
ASHRAE
ASHRAE means the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers, Inc.; (ASHRAE)
ASHRAE 32.1
ASHRAE 32.1 means the ASHRAE standard 32.1-2004 entitled Methods of Testing for Rating Vending Machines for Bottled, Canned, and Other Sealed Beverages; (ASHRAE 32.1)
ASHRAE 72
ASHRAE 72 means the ANSI/ASHRAE standard 72-1998 entitled Method of Testing Open Refrigerators; (ASHRAE 72)
ASHRAE 103
ASHRAE 103 means the ANSI/ASHRAE standard 103-2007 entitled Method of Testing for Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency of Residential Central Furnaces and Boilers; (ASHRAE 103)
ASHRAE 117
ASHRAE 117 means the ANSI/ASHRAE standard 117-1992 entitled Method of Testing Closed Refrigerators; (ASHRAE 117)
automatic water temperature adjustment device
automatic water temperature adjustment device means, with respect to a gas boiler, an oil-fired boiler and an electric boiler, a device required under section 4.7; (dispositif automatique de réglage de la température de l’eau)
autotransformer
autotransformer[Repealed, SOR/2011-182, s. 1]
AV

AV means, with respect to self-contained commercial refrigerator-freezers, the adjusted volume of the product in litres calculated as follows:
AV = the refrigerator volume in litres + 1.63 × the freezer volume in litres; (VC)

average colour rendering index

average colour rendering index means the colour rendering index of a basic model derived by

(a) adding together the colour rendering indices of 21 lamps selected for purposes of determining the average lamp efficacy of that basic model, and
(b) dividing the total calculated pursuant to paragraph (a) by 21; (indice moyen de rendu des couleurs)

average lamp efficacy

average lamp efficacy means the lamp efficacy of a basic model derived by dividing by 21

(a) if the basic model has been produced for seven months or more, the total lamp efficacies of three lamps randomly selected during each of seven months during a twelve month period, and
(b) if the basic model has been produced for less than seven months, the total lamp efficacies of 21 lamps selected randomly as evenly as possible over the period of production; (efficacité lumineuse moyenne)

basic model

basic model means, with respect to general service fluorescent lamps and general service incandescent reflector lamps, a class that includes all such lamps with equivalent

(a) electrical and photometric characteristics that affect lamp efficacy, and
(b) physical or functional characteristics that affect energy consumption; (modèle de base)

BIL
BIL means, with respect to a dry-type transformer, the basic impulse insulation level indicating the ability of the transformer to withstand high voltages; (TTC)
bottom inlet
bottom inlet means a cold water inlet that enters near the bottom of the storage tank of a water heater, but does not include cold water inlets that have a dip tube; (entrée inférieure)
BR lamp
BR lamp[Repealed, SOR/2011-182, s. 1]
built-in
built-in means, with respect to dishwashers, designed to be permanently connected to a household water and electric supply; (encastrable)
ceiling fan
ceiling fan means a household ceiling fan; (ventilateur de plafond)
ceiling fan light kit
ceiling fan light kit means equipment that is designed to be attached to a ceiling fan for the purpose of providing light; (ensemble d’éclairage pour ventilateurs de plafond)
CFL
CFL means an integrally-ballasted compact fluorescent lamp with a medium screw base and a nominal voltage or voltage range that lies at least partially between 100 volts and 130 volts; (LFC)
CGA
CGA means the Canadian Gas Association; (CGA)
CGA 2.3
CGA 2.3 means the CGA standard CAN/CGA-2.3-M93 entitled Gas-Fired Central Furnaces; (CGA 2.3)
CGA 4.1
CGA 4.1 means the CGA standard CAN1-4.1-M85 entitled Gas-Fired Automatic Storage Type Water Heaters With Inputs Less Than 75 000 Btu/h; (CGA 4.1)
CGA P.2
CGA P.2 means the CGA standard CGA P.2-1991 entitled Testing method for measuring annual fuel utilization efficiencies of residential furnaces and boilers; (CGA P.2)
CGA P.3
CGA P.3 means the CGA standard CGA P.3-1991 entitled Testing method for measuring energy consumption and determining efficiencies of gas-fired water heaters; (CGA P.3)
chiller
chiller means a machine designed to make use of a refrigerant cycle to remove heat from a liquid, usually water, that rejects that heat to a cooling medium, usually air or water, and the refrigerant condenser of which may, or may not be, an integral part of the machine; (refroidisseur)
CIE
CIE means the Commission internationale de l’éclairage; (CIE)
CIE 13.3
CIE 13.3 means the CIE standard CIE 13.3 (1995) entitled Method of Measuring and Specifying Colour Rendering Properties of Light Sources; (CIE 13.3)
CIE 15
CIE 15 means the CIE standard CIE 15: 2004 entitled Colorimetry; (CIE 15)
clothes dryer
clothes dryer means a standard or compact electrically operated and electrically heated household tumble-type clothes dryer; (sécheuse)
clothes washer
clothes washer means a standard or compact electrically-operated clothes washer that does not require mechanical fastening to a floor or wall, is top or front-loaded and has an internal control system that regulates the water temperature without the need for user intervention after the initiation of machine operation; (laveuse)
cold temperature fluorescent lamp
cold temperature fluorescent lamp means a fluorescent lamp specifically marked and marketed for outdoor or cold temperature use and that is designed to start at temperatures as low as -29°C (-20°F) when used with a ballast conforming to the requirements of ANSI C78.1; (lampe fluorescente pour basses températures)
coloured fluorescent lamp

coloured fluorescent lamp means a fluorescent lamp with

(a) a colour rendering index of less than 40, or
(b) a correlated colour temperature of below 2 500 K or above 6 600 K; (lampe fluorescente colorée)

coloured incandescent reflector lamp
coloured incandescent reflector lamp[Repealed, SOR/2008-323, s. 1]
coloured lamp

coloured lamp means a lamp, other than a coloured fluorescent lamp, that is marketed as a coloured lamp and that has

(a) a colour rendering index of less than 50, as determined in accordance with CIE 13.3, or
(b) a correlated colour temperature less than 2500 K or greater than 4600 K; (lampe colorée)

colour rendering index
colour rendering index means the degree to which perceived colours of an object illuminated by a test source conform to the colours of the same object illuminated by a reference source with similar correlated colour temperature; (indice de rendu des couleurs)
combination clothes washer-dryer

combination clothes washer-dryer means a household appliance with

(a) a clothes washer function and clothes dryer function utilizing the same drum,
(b) a common control panel, and
(c) one power source; (laveuse-sécheuse combinée)

compact

compact means, with respect to

(a) clothes dryers, having a drum capacity of less than 125 L (4.4 cubic feet),
(b) clothes washers, having a container capacity of less than 45 L (1.6 cubic feet),
(c) dishwashers, having a capacity of less than eight place settings and six serving pieces as defined in CSA C373-04,
(d) integrated clothes washer-dryers, other than combination clothes washer-dryers, having a clothes dryer component with a drum capacity of less than 125 L (4.4 cubic feet) and a clothes washer component with a basket capacity of less than 45 L (1.6 cubic feet), and
(e) combination clothes washer-dryers, having a drum capacity of less than 45 L (1.6 cubic feet); (compact)

compact audio product
compact audio product means an amplifier and terrestrial tuner encased in a single housing, with attached or separable speakers — including one that can produce sound from another media — that uses mains power as at least one means of power; (produit audio compact)
compressor-cycled automatic defrost system
compressor-cycled automatic defrost system means a defrost system in which the defrosting action for refrigerated surfaces occurs using the natural warming of the evaporator when the compressor is cycled on and that is initiated and terminated automatically; (dispositif de dégivrage automatique à cycle du compresseur)
conventional cooking top
conventional cooking top means a cooking top that is not a modular cooking top; (table de cuisson traditionnelle)
cooling capacity category
cooling capacity category means a product class set out in Table 2 of CSA 368.1; (catégorie de capacité de refroidissement)
correlated colour temperature
correlated colour temperature means the absolute temperature of a black body the chromaticity of which most nearly resembles that of the light source; (température de couleur proximale)
counter-mounted
counter-mounted[Repealed, SOR/2008-323, s. 1]
CSA
CSA means the Canadian Standards Association; (CSA)
CSA 2.22
CSA 2.22 means the CSA standard ANSI Z21.50-2000/CSA 2.22-2000 entitled Vented Gas Fireplaces; (CSA 2.22)
CSA 2.3
CSA 2.3 means the CSA standard ANSI Z21.47-2001/CSA 2.3-2001 entitled Gas-Fired Central Furnaces; (CSA 2.3)
CSA 2.33
CSA 2.33 means the CSA standard ANSI Z21.88-2002/CSA 2.33-2002 entitled Vented Gas Fireplace Heaters; (CSA 2.33)
CSA B211
CSA B211 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-B211-M90 entitled Seasonal Energy Utilization Efficiencies of Oil-Fired Water Heaters; (CSA B211)
CSA B211-00
CSA B211-00 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA B211-00 entitled Energy Efficiency of Oil-Fired Storage Tank Water Heaters; (CSA B211 00)
CSA B212
CSA B212 means the CSA standard CSA-B212-93 entitled Seasonal Energy Utilization Efficiencies of Oil-Fired Furnaces and Boilers; (CSA B212)
CSA C22.2 No. 9
CSA C22.2 No. 9 means the CSA standard C22.2 No. 9.0-96 entitled General Requirements for Luminaires; (CSA C22.2 no 9)
CSA C22.2 No. 12
CSA C22.2 No. 12 means the CSA standard C22.2 No. 12-1982 entitled Portable Luminaires; (CSA C22.2 no 12)
CSA C191-00
CSA C191-00 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA C191-00 entitled Performance of Electric Storage Tank Water Heaters for Household Service; (CSA C191-00)
CSA C191-04
CSA C191-04 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA C191-04 entitled Performance of Electric Storage Tank Water Heaters for Domestic Hot Water Service; (CSA C191-04)
CSA C191.1
CSA C191.1 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C191.1-M90 entitled Performance Options for Electric Storage Tank Water Heaters; (CSA C191.1)
CSA C273.3
CSA C273.3[Repealed, SOR/2006-271, s. 1]
CSA C300
CSA C300 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C300-M91 entitled Capacity Measurement and Energy Consumption Test Methods for Refrigerators, Combination Refrigerator-Freezers, and Freezers; (CSA C300)
CSA C300-00
CSA C300-00 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C300-00 entitled Energy Performance and Capacity of Household Refrigerators, Refrigerator-Freezers, and Freezers; (CSA C300-00)
CSA C300-08
CSA C300-08 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C300-08 entitled Energy Performance and Capacity of Household Refrigerators, Refrigerator-Freezers, Freezers and Wine Chillers; (CSA C300-08)
CSA C358
CSA C358 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C358-M89 entitled Energy Consumption Test Methods for Household Electric Ranges; (CSA C358)
CSA C358-03
CSA C358-03 means the CSA standard CSA C358-03 entitled Energy Consumption Test Methods for Household Electric Ranges; (CSA C358-03)
CSA C358-95
CSA C358-95 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C358-95 entitled Energy Consumption Test Methods for Household Electric Ranges; (CSA C358-95)
CSA C360
CSA C360 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C360-92 entitled Test Method for Measuring Energy Consumption and Capacity of Automatic Household Clothes Washers; (CSA C360)
CSA C360-03
CSA C360-03 means the CSA standard C360-03 entitled Energy Performance, Water Consumption, and Capacity of Household Clothes Washers; (CSA C360-03)
CSA C360-98
CSA C360-98 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C360-98 entitled Energy Performance, Water Consumption and Capacity of Automatic Household Clothes Washers; (CSA C360-98)
CSA C361
CSA C361 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C361-92 entitled Test Method for Measuring Energy Consumption and Drum Volume of Electrically Heated Household Tumble-Type Clothes Dryers; (CSA C361)
CSA C368.1
CSA C368.1 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C368.1-M90 entitled Performance Standard for Room Air Conditioners; (CSA C368.1)
CSA C373
CSA C373 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C373-92 entitled Energy Consumption Test Methods for Household Dishwashers; (CSA C373)
CSA C373-04
CSA C373-04 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA C373-04 entitled Energy Consumption Test Methods and Limits for Household Dishwashers; (CSA C373-04)
CSA C380
CSA C380 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C380-08 entitled Test Procedure for the Measurement of Energy Consumption of Set-Top Boxes (STBs); (CSA C380)
CSA C381.1
CSA C381.1 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C381.1-08 entitled Test method for calculating the energy efficiency of single-voltage external ac-dc and ac-ac power supplies; (CSA C381.1)
CSA C390
CSA C390 means the CSA standard C390-M1985 entitled Energy Efficiency Test Methods for Three-Phase Induction Motors (Efficiency Quoting Method and Permissible Efficiency Tolerance); (CSA C390)
CSA C390-10
CSA C390-10 means the CSA standard CSA-C390-10 entitled Test methods, marking requirements, and energy efficiency levels for three-phase induction motors; (CSA C390-10)
CSA C390-93
CSA C390-93[Repealed, SOR/2003-136, s. 1]
CSA C390-98
CSA C390-98 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C390-98 entitled Energy Efficiency Test Methods for Three-Phase Induction Motors; (CSA C390-98)
CSA C446
CSA C446 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C446-M90 entitled Performance of Ground and Water Source Heat Pumps; (CSA C446)
CSA C446-94
CSA C446-94 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C446-94 entitled Performance of Ground-Source Heat Pumps; (CSA C446-94)
CSA C654
CSA C654 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C654-M91 entitled Fluorescent Lamp Ballast Efficacy Measurements; (CSA C654)
CSA C655
CSA C655 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C655-M91 entitled Performance Standard for Internal Water-Loop Heat Pumps; (CSA C655)
CSA C656
CSA C656[Repealed, SOR/2006-271, s. 1]
CSA C656-05
CSA C656-05 means the CSA standard CSA C656-05 entitled Performance Standard for Split-System and Single-Package Central Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps; (CSA C656-05)
CSA C742
CSA C742 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C742-94 entitled Performance of Automatic Ice-Makers and Ice Storage Bins; (CSA C742)
CSA C742-08
CSA C742-08 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C742-08 entitled Energy performance of automatic icemakers and ice storage bins; (CSA C742-08)
CSA C742-98
CSA C742-98 means the CSA standard C742-98 entitled Performance of Automatic Ice-Makers and Ice Storage Bins; (CSA C742-98)
CSA C743
CSA C743 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA C743-02 entitled Performance Standard for Rating Packaged Water Chillers; (CSA C743)
CSA C744
CSA C744 means the CSA standard CSA-C744-93 entitled Standard for Packaged Terminal Air-Conditioners and Heat Pumps; (CSA C744)
CSA C744-04
CSA C744-04 means the joint CSA and Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute standard ARI 310/380-2004/CAN/CSA C744-04 entitled Standard for Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps; (CSA C744-04)
CSA C746
CSA C746 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C746-98 entitled Performance Standard for Rating Large Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps; (CSA C746)
CSA C746-06
CSA C746-06 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C746-06 entitled Performance Standard for Rating Large and Single Packaged Vertical Air Conditioners and Heat Pumps; (CSA C746-06)
CSA C749
CSA C749 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C749-94 entitled Performance of Dehumidifiers; (CSA C749)
CSA C749-07
CSA C749-07 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C749-07 entitled Performance of Dehumidifiers; (CSA C749-07)
CSA C802.2
CSA C802.2 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-802.2-00 entitled Minimum Efficiency Values for Dry-Type Transformers; (CSA C802.2)
CSA C802.2-06
CSA C802.2-06 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C802.2-06 entitled Minimum Efficiency Values for Dry-Type Transformers; (CSA C802.2-06)
CSA C819
CSA C819 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C819-95 entitled Performance of General Service Fluorescent Lamps; (CSA C819)
CSA C860
CSA C860 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA C860-01 entitled Performance of Internally Lighted Exit Signs; (CSA C860)
CSA C861
CSA C861 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C861-06 entitled Performance of Self-Ballasted Compact Fluorescent Lamps and Ballasted Adapters; (CSA C861)
CSA C862
CSA C862[Repealed, SOR/2008-323, s. 1]
CSA C862-01
CSA C862-01 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C862-01 entitled Performance of Incandescent Reflector Lamps; (CSA C862-01)
CSA C862-09
CSA C862-09 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C862-09 entitled Performance of incandescent reflector lamps; (CSA C862-09)
CSA C13256-1
CSA C13256-1 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C13256-1-01 entitled Water-Source Heat Pumps — Testing and Rating for Performance — Part 1: Water-to-Air and Brine-to-Air Heat Pumps; (CSA C13256-1)
CSA C62301
CSA C62301 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-C62301-07 entitled Household Electrical Appliances – Measurement of Standby Power; (CSA C62301)
CSA P.2
CSA P.2 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-P.2-07 entitled Testing method for measuring annual fuel utilization efficiency of residential gas-fired furnaces and boilers; (CSA P.2)
CSA P.3-04
CSA P.3-04 means the CSA standard CSA P.3-04 entitled Testing Method for Measuring Energy Consumption and Determining Efficiencies of Gas-Fired Storage Water Heaters; (CSA P.3-04)
CSA P.4.1
CSA P.4.1 means the CSA standard CSA P.4.1-02 entitled Testing Method for Measuring Annual Fireplace Efficiency; (CSA P.4.1)
CSA P.11
CSA P.11 means the CSA standard CAN/CSA-P.11-07 entitled Testing method for measuring efficiency and energy consumption of gas-fired unit heaters; (CSA P.11)
current-limiting device
current-limiting device means, with respect to ceiling fans with integrated lights, ceiling fan light kits and torchieres, a device that limits the amount of energy that can be consumed by the lighting component of the product; (dispositif limiteur de courant)
dehumidifier
dehumidifier means a factory-assembled electric device that removes moisture from the air, is mechanically refrigerated and has a water removal capacity not exceeding 87.5 L/d (185 U.S. pints per day); (déshumidificateur)
detachable battery pack
detachable battery pack means a battery that is contained in a separate enclosure from an end-use product designed to be removed or disconnected from the end-use product for recharging; (bloc-batterie amovible)
digital television adapter
digital television adapter means a device that is a type of terrestrial set-top box whose primary function is to receive an Advanced Television Systems Committee terrestrial television broadcast and to demodulate, decode and convert it into an analog television format; (adaptateur de téléviseur numérique)
dishwasher
dishwasher means an electrically operated automatic household dishwasher; (lave-vaisselle)
drive (isolation) transformer
drive (isolation) transformer[Repealed, SOR/2011-182, s. 1]
dry-type transformer

dry-type transformer means a transformer, including one that is incorporated into any other product, in which the core and windings are in a gaseous or dry compound insulating medium and that

(a) is either single-phase with a nominal power of 15 to 833 kVA or three-phase with a nominal power of 15 to 7 500 kVA,
(b) has a nominal frequency of 60 Hz, and
(c) has a high voltage winding of 35 kV or less,

but does not include

(d) an autotransformer,
(e) a drive (isolation) transformer with two or more output windings or a nominal low-voltage line current greater than 1 500 A,
(f) a grounding transformer,
(g) a rectifier transformer,
(h) a sealed transformer,
(i) a non-ventilated transformer,
(j) a testing transformer,
(k) a furnace transformer,
(l) a welding transformer,
(m) a special impedance transformer,
(n) a transformer with a nominal low-voltage line current of 4 000 A or more,
(o) an on-load regulating transformer, or
(p) a resistance grounding transformer; (transformateur à sec)

E
E means energy consumption in kilowatt hours per month; (E)
Edaily
Edaily means, with respect to a product referred to in any of paragraphs 3(1)(y) to (z.3), the daily energy consumption of the product expressed in kilowatt hours per day; (Equot)
EF
EF means energy factor as described in clause 2 of CSA P.3-04; (FE)
electric boiler
electric boiler means a boiler that uses electric energy as a source of heat and that is intended for application in a hot water central heating system having an input rate of less than 88 kW (300 000 Btu/h) and is not equipped with tankless domestic water heating coils; (chaudière électrique)
electric range

electric range means a household electric range that is

(a) a freestanding appliance equipped with one or more surface elements and one or more ovens,
(b) a built-in appliance equipped with one or more surface elements and one or more ovens,
(c) a built-in appliance equipped with one or more ovens and no surface elements,
(d) a wall-mounted appliance equipped with one or more ovens and no surface elements, or
(e) a counter-mounted appliance equipped with one or more surface elements and no ovens,

but does not include

(f) a microwave cooking appliance, or
(g) a portable appliance that is designed for an electrical supply of 120 volts; (cuisinière électrique)
(h) [Repealed, SOR/2003-321, s. 1]

electric water heater
electric water heater means a stationary electric storage tank water heater with a capacity of not less than 50 L (11 imperial gallons) and not more than 454 L (100 imperial gallons) that is intended for use on a pressure system; (chauffe-eau électrique)
encapsulated transformer
encapsulated transformer[Repealed, SOR/2011-182, s. 1]
ER lamp
ER lamp[Repealed, SOR/2011-182, s. 1]
exit sign

exit sign means a device used to identify the most direct path of egress for emergency purposes having a legend and optional directional indicator that is illuminated by a light source contained within the assembly, and includes

(a) Type 1 and Type 3 exit signs as described in CSA C860, and

(b) Type 2 exit signs as described in CSA C860, which includes exit signs supplied as a component of a combination emergency lighting unit consisting of an internally lighted exit sign and a battery pack with attached emergency lamps,
but does not include exit signs that

(c) flash,
(d) are photoluminescent, or
(e) are radioluminescent; (enseigne de sortie)

explosion-proof motor

explosion-proof motor means a motor

(a) in respect of which measures have been taken to prevent the possibility of excessive temperatures and the production of arcs or sparks by the motor, or
(b) that is encased in an enclosure that, without being damaged and without transmitting an explosion to the outside, will withstand the explosion of any flammable gas or vapour that may enter it; (moteur antidéflagrant)

external power supply

external power supply means a power supply device that

(a) is designed to convert line voltage ac input into lower voltage dc or ac output,
(b) is able to convert to only one dc or ac output voltage at a time,
(c) is designed to be used with a household or office end-use product that constitutes the primary load,
(d) is encased in an enclosure separated from that end-use product and is connected to that product by an electrical connection, and
(e) has a nominal output power of 250 W or less,

but does not include a device

(f) that powers the charger of a detachable battery pack of an end-use product,
(g) that charges the battery of an end-use product that is fully or primarily motor operated,
(h) that is an accessory to a medical device as defined in section 1 of the Medical Devices Regulations, or
(i) that is a power sourcing equipment as defined in IEEE 802.3-2008 Standard entitled Standard for Information Technology — Telecommunications and Information Exchange Between Systems — Specific requirements Part 3; (bloc d’alimentation externe)

flap tag
flap tag means a label that is attached to an energy-using product by means of one strip of adhesive that is located no more than 0.635 cm (0.25 inch) from the top edge of the label; (vignette)
fluorescent lamp
fluorescent lamp means a lamp with a low pressure mercury electric-discharge source in which a fluorescing coating transforms some of the ultraviolet energy generated by the mercury discharge into light; (lampe fluorescente)
fluorescent lamp ballast

fluorescent lamp ballast means a device that is

(a) used to start and operate fluorescent lamps by

(i) providing starting voltage and current,
(ii) limiting the current during normal operation, and
(iii) if necessary to facilitate lamp operation, providing cathode heating,

(b) designed for input of 120, 227 or 347 volts, and
(c) designed to operate with an F32T8, F34T12, F40T10 or F40T12 rapid start fluorescent lamp or an F96T12ES, F96T12IS, F96T12HO or F96T12HO ES fluorescent lamp,

but does not include

(d) a ballast that is designed to be used in an outdoor sign and that is capable of operating with an F96T12HO fluorescent lamp in ambient temperatures at or below -28.9°C, or
(e) a ballast that, by means of an integrated dimming capability, can reduce the output of the fluorescent lamp by 50% or more; (ballast pour lampe fluorescente)

freestanding
freestanding[Repealed, SOR/2008-323, s. 1]
freezer
freezer means a household freezer that has a capacity not exceeding 850 L (30 cubic feet); (congélateur)
furnace
furnace[Repealed, SOR/99-25, s. 1]
furnace transformer
furnace transformer[Repealed, SOR/2011-182, s. 1]
gas boiler
gas boiler means a gas-heated boiler that uses propane or natural gas, that is intended for application in a low pressure steam or hot water central heating system and that has an input rate of less than 88 kW (300 000 Btu/h); (chaudière à gaz)
gas-fired unit heater
gas-fired unit heater means a self-contained, automatically controlled, vented, gas-burning appliance described in CSA P.11 that distributes warmed air without the use of ducts; (aérotherme à gaz)
gas fireplace
gas fireplace means a vented gas fireplace as described in CSA 2.22, or a vented gas fireplace heater as described in CSA 2.33, that is fuelled by natural gas or propane; (foyer à gaz)
gas furnace
gas furnace means an automatic operating gas-fired central forced air furnace that uses propane or natural gas and has an input rate not exceeding 117.23 kW (400 000 Btu/h), but does not include a furnace for a mobile home or a recreational vehicle; (générateur d’air chaud à gaz)
gas range

gas range means a household propane or natural gas range with an electrical power source, that is used for food preparation and that provides one or any combination of the following functions, namely,

(a) top or surface cooking,
(b) oven cooking, or
(c) broiling; (cuisinière à gaz)

gas water heater
gas water heater means a stationary gas-heated water container with a capacity of not less than 76 L (20 US gallons) and not more than 380 L (100 US gallons), that uses propane or natural gas and that has an input rating of not more than 21.97 kW (75 000 Btu/h); (chauffe-eau à gaz)
general service fluorescent lamp

general service fluorescent lamp means

(a) a rapid-start straight-shaped fluorescent lamp with a nominal overall length of 1 200 mm (48 inches), a medium bi-pin base and a nominal power of not less than 28 W,
(b) a rapid-start straight-shaped fluorescent lamp with a nominal overall length of 2 400 mm (96 inches), a recessed double contact base, a nominal power of not less than 95 W and a nominal current of 0.8 A,
(c) a rapid-start U-shaped fluorescent lamp with a nominal overall length of not less than 560 mm (22 inches) and not more than 635 mm (25 inches), a medium bi-pin base and a nominal power of not less than 28 W,
(d) an instant-start straight-shaped fluorescent lamp with a nominal overall length of 2 400 mm (96 inches), a single pin base and a nominal power of not less than 52 W, or
(e) any fluorescent lamp that is a physical and electrical equivalent of a lamp described in paragraph (a), (b), (c) or (d),

but does not include

(f) a fluorescent lamp that is specifically marked and marketed for plant growth use,
(g) a cold temperature fluorescent lamp,
(h) a coloured fluorescent lamp,
(i) a fluorescent lamp designed to be impact-resistant,
(j) a reflectorized or aperture fluorescent lamp,
(k) a fluorescent lamp designed for use in reprographic equipment,
(l) a fluorescent lamp primarily designed to produce ultra-violet radiation, or
(m) a fluorescent lamp with a colour rendering index of 82 or greater; (lampe fluorescente standard)

general service incandescent reflector lamp

general service incandescent reflector lamp means an incandescent reflector lamp with a bulb shape as described in ANSI C79.1 or similar shape that has

(a) an E26/24 single contact or E26/50 × 39 skirted, medium screw base,
(b) a nominal voltage or voltage range that lies at least partially between 100 V and 130 V,
(c) a diameter greater than 57 mm, and
(d) a nominal power of not less than 40 W and not more than 205 W;

but does not include

(e) a coloured lamp,
(f) a BR30 lamp or BR40 lamp with a nominal power of up to 50 W, or 65 W,
(g) a R20 lamp with a nominal power of not more than 45 W,
(h) a silver bowl lamp, or
(i) a lamp for heat-sensitive applications; (lampe-réflecteur à incandescence standard)

general service lamp

general service lamp means, subject to subsection (4), an electrical device that provides functional illumination and

(a) has a luminous flux of at least 310 lm but no greater than 2 600 lm,
(b) a nominal voltage of at least 110 V but not more than 130 V or a nominal voltage range that lies at least partially between those voltages, and
(c) is screw-based,

but does not include

(d) an appliance lamp,
(e) a CFL,
(f) a coloured lamp,
(g) an explosion resistant lamp, namely, a lamp that is designed and certified to operate in a Class I, Division 1 or Class II, Division 1 environment as defined in the IEC standard CEI/IEC 60079-0 (2007) entitled Explosive atmospheres – Part 0: Equipment – General Requirements,
(h) an infrared lamp,
(i) a lamp that has a G-shape as specified in ANSI C78.20 and ANSI C79.1, with a diameter of 12.7 cm or more,
(j) a lamp that has a T-shape as specified in ANSI C78.20 and ANSI C79.1 and a maximum nominal power of 40 W or a length exceeding 25.4 cm,
(k) a lamp that uses solid state technology, namely, a lamp with a light source that comes from light-emitting diodes,
(l) a left-hand thread lamp, namely, a lamp with a base that screws into a lamp socket in a counter-clockwise direction,
(m) a plant lamp,
(n) an incandescent reflector lamp that has a shape specified in ANSI C79.1,
(o) a sign service lamp, namely, a vacuum type or gas-filled lamp that has sufficiently low bulb temperature to permit exposed outdoor use on high-speed flashing circuits and is marketed as a sign service lamp,
(p) a silver bowl lamp,
(q) a traffic signal module, a pedestrian module or a street light,
(r) a submersible lamp,
(s) a lamp that has a screw base size of E5, E10, E11, E12, E17, E26/50×39, E26/53×39, E29/28, E29/53×39, E39, E39d, EP39 or EX39 as specified in ANSI C81.61,
(t) a lamp that has a B, BA, CA, F, G16-½, G25, G30, S or M-14 shape or other similar shape, as specified in ANSI C78.20 and ANSI C79.1, and a maximum wattage of 40 W, and
(u) a modified spectrum lamp; (lampe standard)

grounding transformer

grounding transformer means a three-phase transformer intended to provide a neutral point for system grounding purposes, either by means of

(a) a wye primary winding with a neutral connected to ground and a delta secondary winding, or
(b) a transformer with its primary winding in a zig-zag winding arrangement, and no secondary winding; (transformateur de mise à la terre)

ground or water source heat pump
ground or water source heat pump[Repealed, SOR/99-25, s. 1]
ground-source heat pump
ground-source heat pump means a ground-source heat pump that is a factory-built single package or a split-system matching assembly, that has a cooling or heating capacity of less than 40 kW (135 000 Btu/h) and is intended for application in an open or closed-loop ground-source system; (thermopompe géothermique)
hang tag
hang tag means a label that is attached to an energy-using product by means of material that is looped around a section of the product in such a way that the label hangs freely from the product; (étiquette volante)
household
household means manufactured or sold primarily for use in a domestic establishment; (domestique)
ice-maker
ice-maker means a factory-assembled automatic ice-maker with a capacity of not less than 23 kg/d (51 pounds/day) but not more than 1 000 kg/d (2 200 pounds/day) that produces cubed, flaked, crushed or fragmented ice in either a batch or a continuous process; (machine à glaçons)
IEC
IEC means the International Electrotechnical Commission; (CEI)
IEC 34-5
IEC 34-5 means the IEC standard with reference number CEI/IEC 34-5: 1991 entitled Rotating electrical machines - Part 5: Classification of degrees of protection provided by enclosures of rotating electric machines (IP code); (CEI 34-5)
IEC 529
IEC 529 means the IEC standard with reference number CEI/IEC 529: 1989 entitled Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code); (CEI 529)
IES
IES means the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America; (IES)
IES Handbook
IES Handbook means the IES publication entitled Lighting Handbook, 9th edition; (manuel IES)
IES LM9
IES LM9 means the IES standard IES LM-9-99 entitled IESNA Approved Method for the Electrical and Photometric Measurements of Fluorescent Lamps; (IES LM9)
IES LM16
IES LM16 means the IES standard IES LM-16-1993 entitled Practical Guide to Colorimetry of Light Sources; (IES LM16)
IES LM45
IES LM45 means the IES standard IES LM-45-00 entitled IESNA Approved Method for Electrical and Photometric Measurements of General Service Incandescent Filament Lamps; (IES LM45)
IES LM49
IES LM49 means the IES standard IES LM-49-01 entitled IESNA Approved Method for Life Testing of General Lighting Incandescent Filament Lamps; (IES LM49)
IES LM58
IES LM58[Repealed, SOR/2003-136, s. 1]
IES LM65
IES LM65 means the IES standard IES LM-65-01 entitled IESNA Approved Method for Life Testing of Compact Fluorescent Lamps; (IES LM65)
IES LM66
IES LM66 means the IES standard IES LM-66-00 entitled IESNA Approved Method for the Electrical and Photometric Measurements of Single-Ended Compact Fluorescent Lamps; (IES LM66)
incandescent reflector lamp

incandescent reflector lamp means a lamp in which light is

(a) produced by a filament heated to incandescence by an electric current, and
(b) directed by an inner reflective coating on the outer bulb; (lampe-réflecteur à incandescence)

information and status display
information and status display means a device, including a clock, providing visual alphanumeric or graphical information or the status of the equipment; (affichage)
infrared lamp
infrared lamp means a lamp that emits greater than 90% radiation in the 0.7 µm to 10 µm range of the electromagnetic spectrum; (lampe infrarouge)
instrument transformer
instrument transformer[Repealed, SOR/2011-182, s. 1]
integral gear assembly

integral gear assembly means a product that is comprised of a motor and a gear mechanism that are combined in such a manner that

(a) the end bracket or mounting flange forms an integral part of both the motor and the gear mechanism, and
(b) if the motor and the gear mechanism are separated, only one of them remains intact; (assemblage d’engrenages intégrés)

integral gear motor
integral gear motor[Repealed, SOR/97-529, s. 1]
integrated clothes washer-dryer
integrated clothes washer-dryer means a household appliance that consists of a clothes washer component and a clothes dryer component located above, below or beside the clothes washer component, that is powered by a single power source and the control panel of which is located on one of the components, and includes a combination clothes washer-dryer; (laveuse-sécheuse)
integrated energy efficiency ratio
integrated energy efficiency ratio means a single number cooling part-load efficiency metric calculated for large air-conditioners and large heat pumps in AHRI 340/360; (taux d’efficacité énergétique intégré)
integrated over/under washer-dryer
integrated over/under washer-dryer[Repealed, SOR/2004-191, s. 1(E)]
internal water loop heat pump
internal water loop heat pump means a water source heat pump that is a factory-built single package or a split-system matching assembly, is intended for installation in an internal water loop system and does not exceed 40 kW (135 000 Btu/h) in cooling or heating capacity; (thermopompe à circuit d’eau interne)
IP code
IP code means the classification of the degree of protection provided by an enclosure, as contained in IEC 34-5, IEC 529 or NEMA MG-1; (code IP)
ITE VTCSH
ITE VTCSH means the Institute of Transportation Engineers standard entitled Vehicle Traffic Control Signal Heads, Light Emitting Diode (LED) Circular Signal Supplement, dated June 27, 2005; (ITE VTCSH)
lamp efficacy

lamp efficacy means the number of lumens per watt determined by

(a) dividing a lamp’s luminous flux by the lamp’s power measured under equilibrium conditions at the time of determining the luminous flux, and
(b) rounding the number calculated pursuant to paragraph (a) to the nearest whole number for general service fluorescent lamps and to the nearest half number for general service incandescent reflector lamps; (efficacité lumineuse)

large air-conditioner
large air-conditioner means a commercial or industrial unitary air-conditioner with a cooling capacity of 19 kW (65 000 Btu/h) or more, but does not include a single package vertical air-conditioner; (climatiseur de grande puissance)
large condensing unit
large condensing unit means a commercial or industrial condensing unit intended for air-conditioning applications with a cooling capacity of at least 19 kW (65 000 Btu/h) but no greater than 70 kW (240 000 Btu/h); (groupe compresseur-condenseur de grande puissance)
large heat pump
large heat pump means a commercial or industrial unitary heat pump intended for air-conditioning and space-heating applications with a cooling capacity of 19 kW (65 000 Btu/h) or more, but does not include a single package vertical heat pump; (thermopompe de grande puissance)
legend
legend means each of the following words displayed on an exit sign, namely, “EXIT” and “SORTIE”; (légende)
life

life means, with respect to

(a) general service lamps, the rated life in hours as calculated in accordance with IES LM49,
(b) general service incandescent reflector lamps, the nominal life in hours as calculated in accordance with CSA C862-09, and

(c) CFLs, the rated life in hours as calculated in accordance with IES LM65 and using the following test methods:

(i) the test shall be performed using a sample of 10 units of the energy-using product, and
(ii) unless the intended use for the product requires a different position, five of the units shall be tested in the base-up position and the other five units shall be tested in the base-down position; (durée de vie)

low power mode
low power mode[Repealed, SOR/2008-323, s. 1]
luminous flux

luminous flux means

(a) for general service fluorescent lamps, the lumen output determined according to the integrating sphere or intensity distribution methods contained in IES LM9 applied in such a manner that the lamps are operated

(i) at the appropriate voltage and current described in

(A) ANSI C78.375, and
(B) ANSI C78.1 or ANSI C78.3, and

(ii) using the appropriate reference ballast described in ANSI C82.3,

(b) for general service incandescent reflector lamps, the lumen output determined according to CSA C862-09,
(c) for general service lamps and modified spectrum incandescent lamps, the lumen output determined according to IES LM45, and
(d) for CFLs, the lumen output determined according to CSA C861; (flux lumineux)

mains power
mains power means an alternating current electric power source in a building that is less than or equal to nominal 240 volt single-phase supply; (alimentation principale)
maximum wattage
maximum wattage means, with respect to pedestrian modules and traffic signal modules, the power consumed by the module after being operated for 60 minutes while mounted in a temperature testing chamber with the lens portion of the module outside the chamber at a temperature of 74°C, and the air temperature in front of the lens maintained at a minimum of 49°C; (puissance maximale)
model number
model number means, in respect of any model of an energy-using product, the designator that is assigned to that model for the purposes of these Regulations and that distinguishes it from similar models; (numéro du modèle)
modified spectrum incandescent lamp

modified spectrum incandescent lamp means, subject to subsection (4), a modified spectrum lamp that has

(a) a luminous flux of at least 232 lm but no greater than 1 950 lm,
(b) a nominal voltage of at least 110 V but not more than 130 V or a nominal voltage range that lies at least partially between those voltages, and
(c) a screw base,

but it does not include

(d) an appliance lamp,
(e) a CFL,
(f) an explosion resistant lamp, namely, a lamp that is designed and certified to operate in a Class I, Division 1 or Class II, Division 1 environment as defined in the IEC standard CEI/IEC 60079-0 (2007) entitled Explosive atmospheres – Part 0: Equipment – General Requirements,
(g) an infrared lamp,
(h) a lamp that has a G-shape as specified in ANSI C78.20 and ANSI C79.1, with a diameter of 12.7 cm or more,
(i) a lamp that has a T-shape as specified in ANSI C78.20 and ANSI C79.1 and a maximum nominal power of 40 W or a length exceeding 25.4 cm,
(j) a lamp that uses solid state technology, namely, a lamp with a light source that comes from light-emitting diodes,
(k) a left-hand thread lamp, namely, a lamp with a base that screws into a lamp socket in a counter-clockwise direction,
(l) a plant lamp,
(m) an incandescent reflector lamp that has a shape specified in ANSI C79.1,
(n) a sign service lamp, namely, a vacuum type or gas-filled lamp that has sufficiently low bulb temperature to permit exposed outdoor use on high-speed flashing circuits and is marketed as a sign service lamp,
(o) a silver bowl lamp,
(p) a traffic signal module, a pedestrian module or a street light,
(q) a submersible lamp,
(r) a lamp that has a screw base size of E5, E10, E11, E12, E17, E26/50×39, E26/53×39, E29/28, E29/53×39, E39, E39d, EP39 or EX39 as specified in ANSI C81.61, and
(s) a lamp that has a B, BA, CA, F, G16-½, G25, G30, S or M-14 shape or other similar shape, as specified in ANSI C78.20 and ANSI C79.1, and a maximum nominal power of 40 W; (lampe à incandescence à spectre modifié)

modified spectrum lamp

modified spectrum lamp means a lamp, other than a coloured lamp, that

(a) is marketed as a modified spectrum lamp, and
(b) when operated at its nominal voltage and nominal power, has a colour point that, on the 1931 chromaticity diagram described in CIE 15, lies below the black-body locus and that is at least 4 MacAdam steps, as described in IES LM16, distant from the colour point of a clear lamp with the same filament and bulb shape and operating at the same nominal voltage and nominal power; (lampe à spectre modifié)

modular cooking top
modular cooking top means a cartridge that consists of one or more surface elements and that can be plugged into a receptacle on the surface of an electric range; (table de cuisson modulaire)
motor

motor means, except with respect to gas furnaces for the purposes of paragraph 12(2)(f), a machine that converts electrical power into rotational mechanical power, including any of those machines that is incorporated into another product — whether or not that other product is an energy-using product and that

(a) is rated for continuous duty operation,

(b) is a design type that is

(i) an electric three-phase induction design,
(ii) a cage or squirrel-cage design, and
(iii) a NEMA design A, B or C with NEMA T or U frame dimensions, or IEC design N or H,

(c) is designed to operate at a single speed,
(d) has a nominal output power of not less than 0.746 kW (1 HP) and not more than 375 kW (500 HP),
(e) has a nominal voltage of not more than 600 V AC,
(f) has a nominal frequency of 50/60 Hz or 60 Hz,
(g) has a two, four, six or eight pole construction,
(h) has an IP code from 00 to 66,
(i) is of open or enclosed construction,
(j) is of foot-mounted construction or flange-mounted construction, and
(k) has a standard shaft, R-shaft or S-shaft, or is a close-coupled pump motor or a vertically-mounted solid shaft normal thrust motor;

but does not include a NEMA design A or C motor of more than 150 kW (200 HP) and not more than 375 kW (500 HP) or an IEC design H motor of more than 150 kW (200 HP) and not more than 375 kW (500 HP); (moteur)

NEMA
NEMA means the National Electrical Manufacturers Association; (NEMA)
NEMA MG-1
NEMA MG-1 means the NEMA standard MG 1-1993 entitled NEMA Standards Publication No. MG 1-1993 Motors and Generators; (NEMA MG-1)
nominal wattage
nominal wattage means, with respect to pedestrian modules and traffic signal modules, the power consumed by the module after being operated for 60 minutes in a chamber at a temperature of 25°C; (puissance nominale)
non-ventilated transformer
non-ventilated transformer[Repealed, SOR/2011-182, s. 1]
off mode

off mode in respect of

(a) a television means the mode in which the appliance, while connected to mains power, cannot produce either sound or picture or provide any mechanical function and cannot be switched into another mode with a remote control unit, a timer or another source,
(b) a video product means the mode in which the appliance, while connected to mains power, cannot provide any mechanical function and cannot be switched into another mode with a remote control unit, a timer or another source, and
(c) a compact audio product means the mode in which the appliance, while connected to mains power, cannot produce sound or provide any mechanical function and cannot be switched into another mode with a remote control unit, a timer or another source; (mode Arrêt)

oil-fired boiler

oil-fired boiler means a boiler that is intended for application in a low pressure steam or hot water central heating system, that has an input rate not exceeding 88 kW (300 000 Btu/h) and that is either

(a) exclusively oil-fired, or
(b) capable of being fired, at the choice of the user, by either oil or another fuel; (chaudière à mazout)

oil-fired furnace

oil-fired furnace means a warm-air furnace, other than a furnace for mobile homes or recreation vehicles, having an input rate not exceeding 65.92 kW (225 000 Btu/h) and that is either

(a) exclusively oil-fired, or
(b) capable of being fired, at the choice of the user, by either oil or another fuel; (générateur d’air chaud à mazout)

oil-fired water heater
oil-fired water heater means an oil-fired water heater that has an input rating of not more than 30.5 kW (0.75 US gallons per hour) and a storage capacity of not more than 190 L (50 US gallons); (chauffe-eau à mazout)
on-load regulating transformer
on-load regulating transformer means a transformer that varies the voltage or the phase angle, or both, of an output circuit and compensates for fluctuation of load and input voltage or phase angle or both voltage and phase angle; (transformateur de réglage en charge)
packaged terminal air-conditioner

packaged terminal air-conditioner means a factory-built packaged terminal air-conditioner

(a) that consists of a wall sleeve and a separate unencased cooling component and that is intended to cool a single room or zone, or
(b) that consists of a wall sleeve and a separate unencased combination of heating and cooling components and that is intended to heat and cool a single room or zone; (climatiseur terminal autonome)

packaged terminal heat pump
packaged terminal heat pump means a factory-built packaged terminal heat pump that consists of a separate unencased refrigeration system and that utilizes reverse cycle refrigeration as its prime heat source; (thermopompe terminale autonome)
pedestrian module

pedestrian module means a self-contained device that consists of all of the optical components for operation and is designed to

(a) provide pedestrians with movement information by means of a “walking person” or “hand” display but not by means of a countdown message, and
(b) fit into a pedestrian signal housing; (module de signalisation piétonnière)

pin-based socket
pin-based socket means a socket that holds a fluorescent lamp that is not integrally ballasted and that has a plug-in lamp base but does not include a GU-24 socket; (douille à broche)
plant lamp
plant lamp means a lamp that contains a filter or coating to suppress light with wavelengths of less than 0.58 µm and that is marketed as a plant lamp; (lampe pour horticulture)
portable
portable means designed not to be permanently connected to a household water and electric supply; (mobile)
portable air-conditioner

portable air-conditioner means a single package air-conditioner unit that

(a) is represented by the configurations as shown in Table 1 of CSA C370,
(b) is typically mounted on wheels for the purpose of moving the unit, and
(c) has a cooling capacity of less than 19 kW (65 000 Btu/h); (climatiseur portatif)

power
power in respect of a lamp, means the lamp’s electrical power input measured in watts as determined in the course of measuring the lamp’s luminous flux; (puissance)
power factor
power factor means the power input in watts divided by the product of the input voltage and the input current of a fluorescent lamp ballast, as measured under test conditions specified in CSA C654; (coefficient de puissance)
pull-down temperature reduction capability
pull-down temperature reduction capability means, with respect to a self-contained commercial refrigerator, the capability of the refrigerator, when fully loaded in an area having an ambient temperature of 32.22°C with 355 ml beverage cans that at the time of loading have reached a temperature of 32.22°C, to cool those cans to a stable integrated product temperature of 3.33°C in 12 hours or less; (capacité d’abaisser la température)
rectifier transformer
rectifier transformer[Repealed, SOR/2011-182, s. 1]
reference standard spectrum lamp
reference standard spectrum lamp[Repealed, SOR/2013-260, s. 1]
refrigerated beverage vending machine
refrigerated beverage vending machine means a self-contained system designed to accept consumer payments and dispense only bottled, canned or other sealed beverages; (distributeur automatique de boissons réfrigérées)
refrigerated buffet table

refrigerated buffet table means a commercial refrigerator that

(a) is designed to function as a table or counter for receiving and refrigerating food and from which persons can serve themselves, and
(b) uses a mechanical refrigeration system; (table de buffet réfrigérée)

refrigerated preparation table
refrigerated preparation table means a commercial refrigerator the top of which is a work surface on which food can be prepared, displayed and kept refrigerated at temperatures between 1°C and 5°C; (table de préparation réfrigérée)
refrigerator
refrigerator or combination refrigerator-freezer means a household refrigerator or a household combination refrigerator-freezer, as the case may be, that has a defrost system — including a compressor-cycled automatic defrost system — and a capacity of 1100 L (39 cubic feet) or less, and does not include a refrigerator that uses an absorption refrigeration system; (réfrigérateur ou réfrigérateur-congélateur)
replacement external power supply

replacement external power supply means an external power supply that

(a) is marked for replacement for a specified end-use product that was manufactured before July 1, 2010, and
(b) is imported or shipped in quantities of less than 50 units; (bloc d’alimentation externe de remplacement)

replacement fluorescent lamp ballast

replacement fluorescent lamp ballast means a fluorescent lamp ballast that

(a) is specifically marketed for use as a replacement lamp ballast for an existing fluorescent luminaire installation,
(b) is marked with the words “FOR REPLACEMENT USE ONLY / UTILISER POUR REMPLACEMENT SEULEMENT”,
(c) has output leads that, when fully extended, are shorter than the length of the fluorescent lamp with which it is intended to operate, and
(d) is sold by a dealer in a package that contains not more than 10 ballasts; (ballast de remplacement pour lampe fluorescente)

replacement unit
replacement unit means, with respect to packaged terminal air-conditioners and packaged terminal heat pumps, units with wall sleeves less than 0.41 m (16 inches) high or less than 1.07 m (42 inches) wide; (unité de remplacement)
resistance grounding transformer
resistance grounding transformer means a transformer that is designed for grounding the neutral of a three-phase electrical system, a three-phase transformer or a generator; (transformateur de mise à la terre résistif)
room air-conditioner
room air-conditioner means a single-phase electric air-conditioner that has a cooling capacity of 10.55 kW (36 000 Btu/h) or less, but does not include a packaged terminal air-conditioner, a portable air-conditioner or a single package vertical air-conditioner; (climatiseur individuel)
rough service lamp

rough service lamp means a lamp that is marketed as a rough service lamp and that has

(a) a C-7A or C-11 filament, as described in the IES Handbook, with at least 5 supports exclusive of lead wires,
(b) a C-17 filament, as described in the IES Handbook, with 8 supports exclusive of lead wires, or
(c) a C-22 filament, as described in the IES Handbook, with 16 supports exclusive of lead wires; (lampe à construction renforcée)

sealed transformer
sealed transformer[Repealed, SOR/2011-182, s. 1]
security external power supply

security external power supply means an external power supply manufactured before July 1, 2017 that

(a) is designed to convert line voltage ac input into lower voltage ac output,
(b) has a nominal output power of 20 W or more, and

(c) is designed for and marketed with equipment that operates continuously in on mode to perform any of the following principal functions:

(i) monitor, detect, record or provide notification of any intrusion on or access to real property or physical assets or notification of threats to personal safety resulting from that intrusion or access,
(ii) deter or control access to real property or physical assets or prevent the unauthorized removal of physical assets, or
(iii) monitor, detect, record or provide notification of any physical threats to real property, physical assets or personal safety, including fire, gas, smoke and flooding.

It does not include an external power supply for equipment that is designed and marketed with a built-in alarm or theft-deterrent feature if the equipment’s principal functions are not any of the functions mentioned in subparagraph (i),( ii) or (iii); (bloc d’alimentation externe de sécurité)

self-cleaning
self-cleaning in respect of an oven, means utilising a special cycle to remove oven soil; (autonettoyant)
self-contained commercial freezer
self-contained commercial freezer means a commercial freezer all the compartments of which are designed for the freezing and storage of food, beverages or ice and that has a self-contained refrigeration system that requires energy input, but does not include a walk-in commercial freezer; (congélateur commercial autonome)
self-contained commercial refrigerator

self-contained commercial refrigerator

(a) means a commercial refrigerator that

(i) has at least one compartment for the storage of food, beverages or flowers at temperatures above 0°C,
(ii) has no more than one compartment for the freezing and storage of food and beverages at temperatures between 0°C and -13.3°C, and
(iii) has a self-contained refrigeration system that requires energy input, but

(b) does not include

(i) a refrigerated buffet table,
(ii) a refrigerated preparation table, or
(iii) a walk-in commercial refrigerator; (réfrigérateur commercial autonome)

self-contained commercial refrigerator-freezer

self-contained commercial refrigerator-freezer means a commercial refrigerator-freezer, other than a walk-in commercial refrigerator-freezer, that

(a) has two or more compartments, at least one of which is for the storage of food and beverages at temperatures above 0°C and at least one other of which is for the freezing and storage of food and beverages at temperatures below — 13.3°C, and
(b) has a self-contained refrigeration system that requires energy input; (réfrigérateur-congélateur commercial autonome)

shatter resistant lamp
shatter resistant lamp means a lamp that has an external silicon, polytetrafluoroethylene or similar coating applied for the purpose of resisting breakage and preventing glass from reaching the operating environment in the event of breakage and is marketed as a shatter resistant lamp; (lampe résistante à l’éclatement)
silver bowl lamp
silver bowl lamp means a lamp that has a reflective coating applied directly to the part of the bulb surface that reflects light toward the lamp base and that is marketed as a silver bowl lamp; (lampe à calotte argentée)
single package central air-conditioner
single package central air-conditioner means a single-phase or three-phase central air-conditioner that is a single package unit and that has a cooling capacity of less than 19 kW (65 000 Btu/h), but does not include a single package vertical air-conditioner; (climatiseur central monobloc)
single package central air-conditioner or heat pump
single package central air-conditioner or heat pump[Repealed, SOR/99-25, s. 1]
single package heat pump
single package heat pump means a single-phase or three-phase air-to-air heat pump that is a centrally ducted, single package unit and that has a cooling or heating capacity of less than 19 kW (65 000 Btu/h), but does not include a single package vertical heat pump; (thermopompe monobloc)
single package vertical air-conditioner
single package vertical air-conditioner means a single package commercial air-conditioner that is air-cooled and encased, with or without heating capability but not a heat pump, the major components of which are arranged vertically and that is intended for mounting through, or on either side of, an exterior wall; (climatiseur vertical monobloc)
single package vertical heat pump
single package vertical heat pump means a single package commercial heat pump that is air-cooled, encased and uses reverse cycle refrigeration as its primary heat source, the major components of which are arranged vertically and that is intended for mounting through, or on either side of, an exterior wall; (thermopompe verticale monobloc)
size category

size category means

(a) for an energy-using product set out in column I of an item of Part I of Schedule V, the applicable width set out in column II of that item,
(b) for an energy-using product set out in column I of an item of Part II of Schedule V, the capacity range set out in column II of that item within which the actual size of the product falls or that is closest to the actual size of the product, and
(c) for clothes dryers, clothes washers, dishwashers and integrated clothes washer-dryers, standard or compact; (catégorie de grosseur)

small-duct and high-velocity

small-duct and high-velocity means, with respect to split-system central air-conditioners and split-system heat pumps, those having an indoor blower and coil combination that

(a) produces at least 300 pascals (1.2 inches of water) external static pressure when operated at an air volume rate of 104-165 L/s (220-350 cf/m) per rated ton of cooling, and
(b) uses room outlets that produce velocities greater than 5 m/s (1000 f/m) and that each have less than 39 cm2 (six square inches) of area; (à grand débit et petits conduits)

snack and refrigerated beverage vending machine

snack and refrigerated beverage vending machine means a self-contained system that

(a) is designed to accept consumer payments and dispense packages of solid non-refrigerated food and bottled, canned or other sealed refrigerated beverages, and
(b) has a vendible capacity of no more than 100 of those beverages; (distributeur automatique de boissons réfrigérées et de collations)

special impedance transformer
special impedance transformer means any dry-type transformer built to operate at an impedance outside of the normal range for that transformer’s nominal power in kVA as shown in the table of normal impedance ranges set out in Part 6 of Schedule I; (transformateur d’impédance particulière)
split-system central air-conditioner
split-system central air-conditioner means a single-phase or three-phase central air-conditioner that is a split-system and that has a cooling capacity of less than 19 kW (65 000 Btu/h); (climatiseur central bibloc)
split-system central air-conditioner or heat pump
split-system central air-conditioner or heat pump[Repealed, SOR/99-25, s. 1]
split-system heat pump
split-system heat pump means a single-phase or three-phase air-to-air heat pump that is a centrally ducted, split-system and that has a cooling or heating capacity of less than 19 kW (65 000 Btu/h); (thermopompe bibloc)
standard

standard, when used as a size category, means, with respect to

(a) clothes dryers, having a drum capacity of not less than 125 L (4.4 cubic feet),
(b) clothes washers, having a container capacity of not less than 45 L (1.6 cubic feet),
(c) dishwashers, having a capacity equal to or greater than eight place settings and six serving pieces as defined in CSA C373-04,
(d) integrated clothes washer-dryers, other than combination clothes washer-dryers, having a clothes dryer component with a drum capacity of not less than 125 L (4.4 cubic feet) and a clothes washer component with a basket capacity of not less than 45 L (1.6 cubic feet), and
(e) combination clothes washer-dryers, having a drum capacity of not less than 45 L (1.6 cubic feet); (ordinaire)

standby mode

standby mode in respect of

(a) a refrigerated beverage vending machine or a snack and refrigerated beverage vending machine means a mode into which the appliance automatically enters during a period of extended inactivity that is capable of reducing the energy consumption of the appliance by means of the following power states:

(i) a refrigeration power state in which the average temperature of the refrigerated beverages is allowed to rise to 4.4°C, and

(ii) if the appliance is equipped with lights,

(A) a lighting power state in which the lights are turned off, and
(B) a machine power state in which the reduced power states referred in subparagraph (i) and clause (A) are both in operation at the same time,

(b) a television means the mode in which the appliance, while connected to mains power, cannot produce either sound or picture or provide any mechanical function, but can be switched into another mode with a remote control unit, an internal signal or an internal timer,
(c) a video product means the mode in which the appliance, while connected to mains power, cannot produce either video or audio output signals or provide any mechanical function, but can be switched into another mode with a remote control unit, an internal signal or an internal timer,
(d) a compact audio product means the mode in which the appliance, while connected to mains power, cannot produce sound or provide any mechanical function, but can be switched into another mode with a remote control unit, an internal signal or an internal timer, and
(e) a digital television adapter means the mode in which the appliance, while connected to mains power, is at the lowest power consumption level without the user being able to switch it off and with the capacity of lasting for an indefinite time; (mode Veille)

submersible lamp
submersible lamp means a lamp that meets the requirements set out in the CSA standard CSA C22.2 No. 89-1976 entitled Swimming-pool Luminaires, Submersible Luminaires and Accessories; (lampe submersible)
television

television means an analog or digital device designed primarily for the display and reception of a terrestrial, satellite, cable, Internet Protocol TV (IPTV) or other broadcast or recorded transmission of analog or digital video and audio signals and includes

(a) a household television monitor, namely a device without an internal tuner, receiver or playback device,
(b) a combination television, namely a system in which a television and an additional device or devices, including a DVD player or VCR are combined into a single unit in which the additional device is included in the television casing, and
(c) a component television, namely a television composed of two or more separate components marketed and sold as a television under one model or system designation,

but does not include a computer monitor, namely, an analog or digital device designed primarily for the display of computer generated signals and that is not marketed for use as a television; (téléviseur)

10 CFR Appendix C
10 CFR Appendix C[Repealed, SOR/2006-271, s. 1]
10 CFR 430.23
10 CFR 430.23[Repealed, SOR/2006-271, s. 1]
test group

test group means, with respect to

(a) clothes dryers and clothes washers, the size category,
(b) dishwashers, electric ranges referred to in paragraphs (a) and (b) of the definition electric range, freezers, integrated clothes washer-dryers, refrigerators and combination refrigerator-freezers, the type and the size category,
(c) electric ranges referred to in paragraphs (c) to (e) of the definition electric range, the type, and
(d) room air-conditioners, the type and the cooling capacity category; (groupe d’essai)

testing transformer
testing transformer[Repealed, SOR/2011-182, s. 1]
through-the-wall

through-the-wall means with respect to

(a) single package central air-conditioners and single package heat pumps, those that have cooling capacities less than or equal to 8.79 kW (30 000 Btu/h) and that are designed to be installed through an exterior wall, and
(b) gas furnaces, those that are designed and marketed to be installed in an opening in an exterior wall that is fitted with a weatherized sleeve; (mural)

torchiere
torchiere means a portable electric luminaire that has a reflector bowl or similar-shaped reflector that directs light in a predominantly upward direction for the purpose of providing indirect lighting and that may be equipped with one or more additional sockets intended for other lighting functions; (torchère)
traffic signal module

traffic signal module means a self-contained device that consists of all of the optical components for operation and is designed to

(a) provide drivers with movement information by means of a red or green traffic signal indicator that is 203.2 mm or 304.8 mm in diameter, and
(b) fit into a traffic signal housing; (module de signalisation routière)

transformer
transformer means a static-electric device consisting of two or more coils of insulated wire, together with the necessary accessories, that transfers alternating current by electromagnetic induction from one coil to another in order to change the original voltage; (transformateur)
transparent
transparent means, with respect to a self-contained commercial refrigerator, self-contained commercial refrigerator-freezer or self-contained commercial freezer, that its glass area covers at least 75% of the principal display face; (transparent)
20 CCR
20 CCR means the California Code of Regulations, Title 20, Division 2, Chapter 4, Sections 1601 to 1608; (20 CCR)
type

type means, with respect to

(a) dishwashers, built-in or portable,
(b) electric ranges referred to in paragraph (e) of the definition electric range, all models,
(c) electric ranges other than those described in paragraph (e) of the definition electric range, self-cleaning or non-self-cleaning,

(d) freezers manufactured

(i) on or after February 3, 1995 and before July 1, 2001, one described in any of the product classes (8) to (10) of Table 9.1 to CSA C300,
(ii) on or after July 1, 2001 and before January 1, 2008, one described in any of the product types (8) to (10) and (16) to (18) of Table 1 to CSA C300-00 or a Type 10A chest freezer, and
(iii) on or after January 1, 2008, one described in any of the product types (8) to (10A) and (16) to (18) of Table 1 to CSA C300-08,

(e) refrigerators or combination refrigerator-freezers manufactured

(i) on or after February 3, 1995 and before July 1, 2001, one described in any of the product classes (1) to (7) of Table 9.1 to CSA C300,
(ii) on or after July 1, 2001 and before January 1, 2008, one described in any of the product types (1) to (7) and (11) to (15) of Table 1 to CSA C300-00 or a Type 5A combination refrigerator-freezer, and
(iii) on or after January 1, 2008, one described in any of the product types (1) to (7), (11) to (15), (19) and (20) of Table 1 to CSA C300-08,

(f) room air-conditioners that are

(i) 120 V louvred with reverse cycle,
(ii) 120 V louvred without reverse cycle,
(iii) 120 V non-louvred with reverse cycle,
(iv) 120 V non-louvred without reverse cycle,
(v) 120 V casement-only,
(vi) 120 V casement-slider,
(vii) 240 V louvred with reverse cycle,
(viii) 240 V louvred without reverse cycle,
(ix) 240 V non-louvred with reverse cycle,
(x) 240 V non-louvred without reverse cycle,
(xi) 240 V casement-only, or
(xii) 240 V casement slider, and

(g) integrated clothes washer-dryers, combination or over/under or side by side; (type)

Type 5A combination refrigerator-freezer
Type 5A combination refrigerator-freezer means a combination refrigerator-freezer — the manufacturing process of which is completed on or after December 31, 2005 — that is capable of dispensing ice through the cabinet door and that is equipped with a bottom-mounted freezer and an automatic defrost system; (réfrigérateur-congélateur de type 5A)
Type 10A chest freezer
Type 10A chest freezer means a chest freezer manufactured on or after December 31, 2003 that is accessible from the top and equipped with an automatic defrost system; (congélateur coffre de type 10A)
unique motor identifier

unique motor identifier means, with respect to a motor, an identifier comprised of the information set out below, in the following sequence:

(a) the name of the manufacturer, in abbreviated form,

(b) with respect to a motor that is

(i) a NEMA design type described in the definition motor, the power in HP, and
(ii) an IEC design type described in the definition motor, the power in kW,

(c) the number of poles, and
(d) whether it is open or enclosed; (identificateur unique du moteur)

V

V means, with respect to

(a) clothes dryers, the volume in litres of the drum,
(b) clothes washers, the volume in litres of the basket,
(c) dishwashers, the volume in litres of hot water used,

(d) electric ranges and gas ranges manufactured

(i) on or after February 3, 1995 and before January 1, 2000, the volume in litres of usable oven space calculated in accordance with clause 6.4 of CSA C358, and
(ii) on or after January 1, 2000, the volume in litres of usable oven space calculated in accordance with clause 7 of CSA C358-95,

(e) electric water heaters, gas water heaters and oil-fired water heaters, the rated volume in litres of the storage tank,
(f) integrated clothes washer-dryers other than combination clothes washer-dryers, the volume in litres of the basket for the clothes washer component and the volume in litres of the drum for the clothes dryer component,
(g) combination clothes washer-dryers, the volume in litres of the drum, and
(h) self-contained commercial refrigerators and self-contained commercial freezers, the volume of the refrigerator compartment or freezer compartment, as the case may be, in litres as calculated in accordance with sections 4 and 5 of the AHAM standard ANSI/AHAM HRF-1-2004 entitled Energy Performance and Capacity of Household Refrigerators, Refrigerator-Freezers and Freezers; (V)

vendible capacity
vendible capacity means, in respect of a refrigerated beverage vending machine or a snack and refrigerated beverage vending machine, the maximum quantity of product that is recommended by the manufacturer to be dispensed from one full loading of the machine; (capacité de vente)
vibration service lamp

vibration service lamp means a lamp that

(a) is marketed as a vibration service lamp,
(b) has a maximum nominal power of 60 W, and
(c) has a C-5, C-7A or C-9 filament configuration — as illustrated in figure 6.12 of the IES Handbook — or a similar configuration, with less than five supports; (lampe anti-vibrations)

video product
video product means a household electronic device that is encased in a single housing, has an integral power supply, is connected to a mains power, and is designed primarily to produce or record, or both, audio and video signals, to or from digital or analogue media, but does not include a camera; (appareil vidéo)
wall-mounted
wall-mounted[Repealed, SOR/2006-271, s. 1]
welding transformer
welding transformer[Repealed, SOR/2011-182, s. 1]

(2) Subject to subsection 4(4), any reference in these Regulations to an ANSI, CGA, CIE, CSA or IES standard shall be read as a reference to the standard as amended from time to time.
(3) Any calculation or measurement that is referred to in these Regulations with respect to an energy-using product shall be done in accordance with the methods set out in the applicable standard or legislative provision, if any.
(4) For the purposes of Part II, the definitions general service lamp and modified spectrum incandescent lamp do not include a rough service lamp, a vibration service lamp, a shatter resistant lamp or a lamp with an E26d screw base as specified in ANSI C81.61.

SOR/95-173, s. 1;
SOR/95-522, s. 1;
SOR/97-529, s. 1;
SOR/99-25, s. 1;
SOR/2001-150, s. 1;
SOR/2003-136, s. 1;
SOR/2003-321, s. 1;
SOR/2004-191, s. 1;
SOR/2006-271, ss. 1, 27(F);
SOR/2008-323, s. 1;
SOR/2011-182, s. 1;
SOR/2012-100, s. 1;
SOR/2013-260, s. 1.

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PART I Energy-using Products

3 (1) Subject to subsections (2) to (30), the following products are prescribed as energy‑using products:

(a) clothes dryers;
(b) clothes washers;
(b.1) dehumidifiers;
(c) dishwashers;
(d) electric ranges;
(e) electric water heaters;
(f) fluorescent lamp ballasts;
(g) freezers;
(h) gas boilers;
(h.1) gas furnaces;
(h.2) gas fireplaces;
(h.3) gas-fired unit heaters;
(i) gas ranges;
(j) gas water heaters;
(j.1) general service fluorescent lamps;
(j.2) general service incandescent reflector lamps;
(j.3) and (j.4) [Repealed, SOR/2011-182, s. 2]
(j.5) general service lamps;
(j.6) CFLs;
(j.7) ceiling fans;
(j.8) ceiling fan light kits;
(j.9) pedestrian modules;
(j.10) traffic signal modules;
(j.11) torchieres;
(k) ground-source heat pumps;
(k.1) ice-makers;
(l) integrated clothes washer-dryers;
(m) internal water loop heat pumps;
(m.1) large air-conditioners;
(m.2) large condensing units;
(m.3) large heat pumps;
(n) motors;
(n.1) oil-fired boilers;
(n.2) oil-fired furnaces;
(o) oil-fired water heaters;
(o.1) packaged terminal air-conditioners;
(o.2) packaged terminal heat pumps;
(p) refrigerators and combination refrigerator-freezers;
(q) room air-conditioners;
(r) single package central air-conditioners;
(s) single package heat pumps;
(t) split-system central air-conditioners;
(u) split-system heat pumps;
(v) dry-type transformers;
(w) chillers;
(x) exit signs;
(y) self-contained commercial freezers;
(z) self-contained commercial refrigerator-freezers;
(z.1) self-contained commercial refrigerators;
(z.2) refrigerated beverage vending machines;
(z.3) snack and refrigerated beverage vending machines;
(z.4) compact audio products;
(z.5) televisions;
(z.6) video products;
(z.7) digital television adapters;
(z.8) external power supplies;
(z.9) single package vertical air-conditioners;
(z.91) single package vertical heat pumps;
(z.92) electric boilers; and
(z.93) modified spectrum incandescent lamps.

(2) Subject to subsection (6), for the purposes of Parts II to V, a product referred to in any of paragraphs (1)(a), (c) to (g), (h.1), (i), (j), (k), (l), (m), (n), (o) and (p) to (s) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after February 3, 1995.
(3) and (4) [Repealed, SOR/2006-271, s. 2]
(5) For the purposes of Part IV, a product referred to in paragraph (1)(j.1) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after December 31, 1996.

(5.1) A product referred to in paragraph (1)(j.2) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product

(a) for the purposes of Part II unless, if it is a general service incandescent reflector lamp that is an ER lamp or BR lamp, its manufacturing process is completed on or after January 1, 2003;
(b) for the purposes of Part III, unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after September 1, 2008; or
(c) for the purposes of Part IV, unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after December 31, 1996.

(6) For the purposes of Parts II to V, a product referred to in paragraph (1)(n) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product

(a) unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after November 27, 1999 and it is

(i) an explosion-proof motor, or
(ii) a motor that is contained within an integral gear assembly; or

(b) unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after January 1, 2011 and it has one of the following characteristics:

(i) it has an eight pole construction,
(ii) it is a NEMA U frame or equivalent IEC dimensions,
(iii) it is a NEMA design C or IEC design H,
(iv) it is a close-coupled pump motor,
(v) it is a vertically-mounted solid shaft normal thrust motor,
(vi) it is a fire pump motor with a nominal output power of greater than 150 kW (200 HP) and not more than 375 kW (500 HP),
(vii) it is not a foot-mounting, a type C face-mounting or a type D flange-mounting motor, or
(viii) it is a two, four, six or eight pole, NEMA design B motor with an output power of greater than 150 kW (200 HP) and not more than 375 kW (500 HP) or is a two, four, six or eight pole IEC design N motor with an output power of greater than 150 kW and not more than 375 kW.

(7) For the purposes of Parts II to V, a product referred to in any of paragraphs (1)(b.1), (k.1), (m.1) to (m.3), (n.2), (o.1) and (o.2) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after December 31, 1998.
(8) For the purposes of Parts II, III and V, a product referred to in paragraph (1)(h) or (n.1) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after December 31, 1998.
(9) For the purposes of Part IV, a product referred to in paragraph (1)(h) or (n.1) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after June 30, 1999.
(10) [Repealed, SOR/2011-182, s. 2]
(11) For the purposes of Parts II to V, a product referred to in paragraph (1)(v) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after January 1, 2005.

(12) A product referred to in paragraph (1)(h.2) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product

(a) for the purposes of Part II; or
(b) for the purposes of Parts III to VI, unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after June 1, 2003.

(13) For the purposes of Parts II to V, a product referred to in paragraph (1)(w) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after October 28, 2004.
(14) For the purposes of Part IV, a product referred to in paragraph (1)(x) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after November 1, 2004.

(15) A product referred to in paragraph (1)(y) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product

(a) for the purposes of Parts II and III, unless it has cabinet doors and its manufacturing process is completed on or after April 1, 2007; or
(b) for the purposes of Parts IV and V, unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after April 1, 2007.

(16) For the purposes of Parts II to V, a product referred to in paragraph (1)(z) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after April 1, 2007.

(17) A product referred to in paragraph (1)(z.1) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product

(a) for the purposes of Parts II and III, unless it has cabinet doors or opaque cabinet drawers and its manufacturing process is completed on or after April 1, 2007; or
(b) for the purposes of Parts IV and V, unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after April 1, 2007.

(18) For the purposes of Parts II to V, a product referred to in paragraph (1)(z.2) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after January 1, 2007.
(19) For the purposes of Parts II to V, a product referred to in paragraph (1)(z.3) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after January 1, 2007.
(20) For the purposes of Parts II, IV and V, a product referred to in paragraph (1)(h.3) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after August 8, 2008.

(21) A product referred to in paragraph (1)(j.5) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product

(a) for the purposes of Part IV;
(b) for the purposes of Parts III and V, unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after September 1, 2008; or

(c) for the purposes of Part II unless

(i) it has a luminous flux greater than or equal to 1 050 lm and its manufacturing process is completed on or after January 1, 2014, or
(ii) it has a luminous flux less than 1 050 lm and its manufacturing process is completed on or after December 31, 2014.

(22) A product referred to in paragraph (1)(j.6) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product

(a) for the purposes of Part II; or
(b) for the purposes of Parts III to V, unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after June 1, 2009.

(23) For the purposes of Parts II, IV and V, a product referred to in paragraph (1)(j.7) or (j.8) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after January 1, 2010.
(24) For the purposes of Parts II, IV and V, a product referred to in any of paragraphs (1)(j.9) to (j.11) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after January 1, 2007.

(25) A product referred to in paragraph (1)(b) shall not be considered an energy-using product

(a) for the purposes of Parts II, IV and V, unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after February 3, 1995; or
(b) for the purposes of Part III, unless it is a household clothes washer and its manufacturing process is completed on or after February 3, 1995.

(26) For the purposes of Parts II to V, a product referred to in paragraph (1)(z.7) shall not be considered an energy-using product unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after January 1, 2010.
(27) For the purposes of Parts II to V, a product referred to in any of paragraphs (1)(z.4) to (z.6) shall not be considered an energy-using product unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after May 1, 2011.
(28) For the purposes of Parts II to V, a product referred to in paragraph (1)(z.8) shall not be considered an energy-using product unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after July 1, 2010.
(29) For the purposes of Parts II to V, a product referred to in paragraph (1)(z.92) shall not be considered an energy-using product unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after September 1, 2012.

(30) A product referred to in paragraph (1)(z.93) shall not be considered to be an energy-using product

(a) for the purposes of Part IV;
(b) for the purposes of Parts III and V, unless its manufacturing process is completed on or after September 1, 2008; or

(c) for the purposes of Part II, unless

(i) it has a luminous flux greater than or equal to 788 lm and its manufacturing process is completed on or after January 1, 2014, or
(ii) it has a luminous flux less than 788 lm and its manufacturing process is completed on or after December 31, 2014.

SOR/95-173, s. 3(F);
SOR/95-522, s. 2;
SOR/97-529, s. 2;
SOR/99-25, s. 2;
SOR/2003-136, s. 2;
SOR/2003-321, s. 2;
SOR/2004-191, s. 2;
SOR/2006-271, s. 2;
SOR/2008-323, s. 2;
SOR/2011-182, s. 2;
SOR/2011-228, s. 1;
SOR/2013-260, s. 2.

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PART II Energy Efficiency Standards

4 (1) Subject to subsections (1.1) and (1.2),

(a) for an energy-using product referred to in any of paragraphs 3(1)(a) to (h.1), (h.3), (i), (j), (j.2), (j.5), (j.7) to (m.3), (n.1) to (s), (w) and (y) to (z.93), an energy efficiency standard set out in column III of Part 1 of Schedule I applies to the product set out in column I if the manufacturing process of the product is completed during the period set out in column IV;
(b) for an energy-using product referred to in any of paragraphs 3(1)(j.1), (t), (u) and (x), an energy efficiency standard set out in column III of Part 1 of Schedule I applies to the product set out in column I;

(c) for an energy-using product referred to in paragraph 3(1)(n),

(i) if the manufacturing process of the product is completed on or after February 3, 1995 and before November 27, 1997 an energy efficiency standard set out in Table 3 of CSA C390 applies,

(ii) if the manufacturing process of the product is completed on or after November 27, 1997 and before January 1, 2011

(A) an energy efficiency standard set out in column II of Part 2 of Schedule I applies to any product the power of which is set out in column I if the product is a NEMA motor as described in subparagraph (b)(iii) of the definition motor in subsection 2(1), or
(B) an energy efficiency standard set out in column II of Part 3 of Schedule I applies to any product the power of which is set out in column I if the product is an IEC motor as described in subparagraph (b)(iii) of the definition motor in subsection 2(1),

(iii) for the purposes of clause (ii)(A), if the power of a product described in subparagraph (b)(iii) of the definition motor in subsection 2(1) is not set out in Part 2 of Schedule I, the power of that product is deemed to be the power set out in that Part that is both

(A) lower than the actual power of the product, and
(B) closest to the actual power of the product,

(iv) for the purposes of clause (ii)(B), if the power of a product described in subparagraph (b)(iii) of the definition motor in subsection 2(1) is not set out in Part 3 of Schedule I, the power of that product is deemed to be the power set out in that Part that is both

(A) lower than the actual power of the product, and
(B) closest to the actual power of the product,

(v) if the manufacturing process of the product is completed on or after January 1, 2011 and the product is one described in the definition motor in subsection 2(1) and is not part of an integral gear assembly, is not a fire pump motor, has an output power of not less than 0.746 kW (1 HP) and not more than 150 kW (200 HP), has two, four or six poles, is NEMA T frame or IEC frame number of 90 or above, has a NEMA design A or B or IEC design N, has a standard shaft, R-shaft or S-shaft and has foot-mounting or C-face mounting with feet or detachable feet or D-flange mounting with feet or detachable feet, an energy efficiency standard set out in Table 3 of CSA C390-10 tested at 100% of nominal full load applies to the product, and
(vi) if the manufacturing process of the product is completed on or after January 1, 2011, and the product is one described in the definition “motor” in subsection 2(1) other than a motor referred to in subparagraph (v), an energy efficiency standard set out in Table 2 of CSA C390-10 tested at 100% of nominal full load applies to the product; and

(d) for an energy-using product referred to in paragraph 3(1)(v),

(i) if the manufacturing process of the product is completed on or after January 1, 2005 and the product is 1.2 kV class, an energy efficiency standard set out in column III of Part 1 of Schedule I applies to the product set out in column I if the manufacturing process of the product is completed during the period set out in column IV,
(ii) if the manufacturing process of the product is completed on or after January 1, 2005 and before January 1, 2010 and the product has a BIL of between 20 kV and 150 kV, an energy efficiency standard set out in column III of Part 1 of Schedule I applies to the product set out in column I if the manufacturing process of the product is completed during the period set out in column IV,
(iii) if the manufacturing process of the product is completed on or after January 1, 2010 and the product is single-phase with a BIL of between 20 kV and 199 kV, an energy efficiency standard set out in column II of Part 4 of Schedule I applies to the product having a kVA rating set out in column I,
(iv) if the manufacturing process of the product is completed on or after January 1, 2010 and the product is three-phase with a BIL of between 20 kV and 199 kV, an energy efficiency standard set out in column II of Part 5 of Schedule I applies to the product having a kVA rating set out in column I,
(v) if the kVA rating of the product falls between the kVA ratings set out in column 1 of Part 4 or 5 of Schedule I, its minimum energy efficiency standard is an interpolation of the corresponding minimum efficiency standards specified for those ratings in column II, and
(vi) if the product is a three-phase transformer having multiple high-voltage windings and a voltage ratio other than 2:1, the minimum energy efficiency standard specified in column II of Part 5 of Schedule I or interpolated in accordance with subparagraph (v) is reduced by 0.11.

(1.1) During the period beginning on April 1, 2005 and ending on March 31, 2010, if an energy-using product referred to in paragraph 3(1)(f) is a replacement fluorescent lamp ballast, and its manufacturing process is completed during that period, the energy efficiency standard applicable to the product is the following:
Power factor = 90% and CSA C654, clause 4.1, fourth column.

(1.2) During the period beginning on July 1, 2010 and ending on June 30, 2013, if an energy-using product referred to in paragraph 3(1)(z.8) is a replacement external power supply and its manufacturing process is completed during that period, there is no energy efficiency standard applicable to the product.
(2) An energy-using product set out in column I of an item of Part 1 of Schedule I complies with the energy efficiency standard referred to in subsection (1) only if the product meets that standard when tested in accordance with testing procedures established by the standard or legislative provision, if any, set out in column II of that item that is applicable to the product as defined in these Regulations.
(3) An energy-using product referred to in paragraph 3(1)(n), the power of which is set out in column I of an item of Part 2 or 3 of Schedule I, complies with the energy efficiency standard referred to in subsection (1) only if the product meets that standard when tested in accordance with the Method (1) testing procedure established by CSA C390-98.
(3.1) An energy-using product referred to in paragraph 3(1)(v), the kVA rating of which is set out in column I of Part 4 or 5 of Schedule I, complies with the energy efficiency standard referred to in subsection (1) only if the product meets the standard when tested in accordance with the testing procedure established by CSA C802.2-06.
(4) A reference to a CSA standard set out in column III of Part 1 of Schedule I shall be read as a reference to that standard as it read on August 31, 2010.

SOR/95-522, s. 3;
SOR/97-529, s. 3;
SOR/99-25, s. 3;
SOR/2003-136, s. 3;
SOR/2003-321, s. 3;
SOR/2004-191, s. 3;
SOR/2006-271, s. 3;
SOR/2008-323, s. 3;
SOR/2011-182, s. 3;
SOR/2013-260, s. 3.

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4.1 In respect of an energy-using product referred to in any of paragraphs 3(1)(y) to (z.1) that is manufactured before January 1, 2010, compliance with the energy efficiency standard referred to in subsection 4(1) shall be determined in accordance with the testing procedures established by ASHRAE 117 that are applicable to the product defined in these Regulations, except that

(a) the liquid used in the test packages may be either a solution of salt and water (H2O and 6% ± 0.5% NaCl by mass) or a mixture that, by volume, is equal parts propylene glycol and distilled water;
(b) if the product features a roll-through or pass-through cabinet, the testing shall be conducted with the rear doors of the cabinet in the closed position; and

(c) testing to determine the Edaily shall be conducted

(i) with the goods in each refrigerator compartment at a temperature of 3.3°C ± 1.1°C, but if a refrigerator compartment is designed solely for the cooling and storage of wine, the goods in that compartment shall be at a temperature of 7.2°C ± 1.1°C, and
(ii) with the goods in each freezer compartment of a product referred to in paragraph 3(1)(y) or (z) at a temperature of -17.8°C ± 1.1°C, but if a freezer compartment is designed solely for the storage or dispensing of ice cream or similar foods, the goods in that compartment shall be at a temperature of -20.6°C ± 1.1°C.

SOR/2006-271, s. 4;
SOR/2011-182, s. 4.

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4.2 In respect of an energy-using product referred to in paragraph 3(1)(z.2), compliance with the energy efficiency standard referred to in subsection 4(1) shall be determined in accordance with the testing procedures established by sections 1 to 7.2 of ASHRAE 32.1 that are applicable to the product as defined in these Regulations, except that testing to determine the Edaily shall be conducted under the following temperature and humidity conditions:

(a) in the case of a product that is designed to display and dispense more than 20 discrete types of beverages, at an ambient temperature of 23.9°C ± 1°C and a relative humidity of 45% ± 5%; and
(b) in any other case, at an ambient temperature of 32.2°C ± 1°C and a relative humidity of 65% ± 5%.

SOR/2006-271, s. 4.

4.3 In respect of an energy-using product referred to in paragraph 3(1)(z.3), compliance with the energy efficiency standard referred to in subsection 4(1) shall be determined in accordance with the testing procedures established by sections 1 to 7.2 of ASHRAE 32.1 that are applicable to the product as defined in these Regulations, except that testing to determine the Edaily shall be conducted at an ambient temperature of 23.9°C ± 1°C and a relative humidity of 45% ± 5%.
SOR/2006-271, s. 4.

4.4 In respect of an energy-using product referred to in paragraph 3(1)(j.5) or (z.93), compliance with the energy efficiency standard referred to in subsection 4(1) shall be determined in accordance with the testing procedures established by IES LM45 and IES LM49 that are applicable to the product, except that it must be tested at 120 volts regardless of its nominal voltage.

SOR/2008-323, s. 4;
SOR/2013-260, s. 4.

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4.5 In respect of an energy-using product referred to in any of paragraphs 3(1)(y) to (z.1) that is manufactured on or after January 1, 2010, compliance with the energy efficiency standard referred to in subsection 4(1) shall be determined in accordance with the testing procedures established by AHRI 1200 that are applicable to the product defined in these Regulations, except that

(a) all standard factory-installed accessories, such as lighting, perimeter heat and pan heater, shall be in the “on” position if manually controlled;
(b) all accessories, such as electric condensate pans, that are included as standard with the equipment but are not factory-installed, shall be installed and in the “on” position;
(c) the power management device shall be disabled unless the device cannot change to a new integrated average product temperature after the test has been concluded;

(d) the testing shall be conducted at one or more of the following integrated average temperatures

(i) for a product intended for ice cream temperature applications, -26.1°C ± 1.1°C,
(ii) for a product intended for low temperature applications, -17.8°C ± 1.1°C,
(iii) for a product intended for medium temperature applications, 3.3°C ± 1.1°C,
(iv) for a product intended for wine chiller or floral storage temperature applications, or both, 7.2°C ± 1.1°C, and
(v) for a product that cannot maintain any of the temperatures set out in subparagraphs (i) to (iv), the lowest temperature setting; and

(e) the refrigerated volume shall be calculated in accordance with clause 4 of CSA C300-08.

SOR/2011-182, s. 5.

4.6 In respect of an energy-using product referred to in paragraph 3(1)(p) that is manufactured on or after January 1, 2008, compliance with the energy efficiency standard referred to in subsection 4(1) shall be determined in accordance with the testing procedures established by CSA C300-08 that are applicable to the product defined in these Regulations, except that the adjustments prior to testing regarding the operability of the automatic icemaker are as follows:

(a) the icemaker shall be on but not in the process of freeing or removing ice pieces;
(b) no ice shall be in the ice storage bin;
(c) the level indicating arm shall be mechanically fixed in the ice full position or, if the icemaker does not have a level indicating arm, it may be disabled by another means that only prevents it from freeing or removing ice pieces;
(d) all other components shall be activated in the same manner as when the icemaker is on but not in the process of freeing or removing ice pieces;
(e) the ice storage bin shall be maintained at a temperature consistent with normal operation of the equipment in the home when the icemaker is on but not in the process of freeing or removing ice pieces from the icemaker; and
(f) if the ice storage bin has a consumer-adjustable setting for multiple ice storage temperatures, it shall be set at the lowest temperature setting.

SOR/2011-182, s. 5.

4.7 In respect of an energy-using product referred to in any of paragraphs 3(1)(h), (n.1) and (z.92), compliance with the energy efficiency standard referred to in paragraph 4(1)(a) shall be determined in accordance with the following requirements, as applicable to the product defined in these Regulations:

(a) gas boilers, oil-fired boilers and electric boilers shall have an automatic water temperature adjustment device that adjusts the temperature of the water supplied by the boiler to ensure that an incremental change in inferred heat load produces a corresponding incremental change in the temperature of the water supplied;
(b) for boilers that fire at a single power, the requirement set out in paragraph (a) is met if the device automatically allows the burner or heating element to fire only when the device has determined that the inferred heat load cannot be met by the residual heat of the water in the system;
(c) for hot water boilers with no inferred heat load, the device shall limit the water temperature in the boiler to not more than 60°C; and
(d) a boiler for which the device is required shall operate only when the device is installed.

SOR/2011-182, s. 5.

4.8 In respect of an energy-using product referred to in any of paragraphs 3(1)(z.4) to (z.6), compliance with the energy efficiency standard referred to in subsection 4(1) shall be determined in accordance with the testing procedures established by CSA C62301 that are applicable to the product, except that it must be tested at 115 V regardless of its nominal voltage.
SOR/2011-182, s. 5.

PART III Labelling

[SOR/2006-271, s. 5; SOR/2011-182, s. 6]
Division 1

5 This Division applies to the following energy-using products:

(a) clothes dryers;
(b) clothes washers;
(c) dishwashers;
(d) electric ranges;
(e) freezers;
(f) integrated clothes washer-dryers;
(g) refrigerators and combination refrigerator-freezers; and
(h) room air-conditioners.

SOR/2004-191, s. 4;
SOR/2008-323, s. 5.

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6 The form of labelling an energy-using product is set out in Schedule II for products listed in paragraphs 5(a) to (g) and in Schedule III for room air-conditioners.
SOR/2011-182, s. 7.
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7 The manner of labelling an energy-using product is by attaching an adhesive tag, a flap tag or a hang tag to the product in such a manner that the tag is readily visible when the product is viewed from the front.
SOR/2011-182, s. 7.
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8 The paper stock that is used for adhesive tags or flap tags shall weigh, exclusive of the release liner and the adhesive, not less than the equivalent of 26.31 kg (58 pounds) per 500 sheets measuring 63.5 cm (25 inches) by 96.52 cm (38 inches).

9 The adhesive that is used to attach an adhesive tag or a flap tag to an energy-using product shall

(a) render the tag easily removable from the energy-using product without the use of any tool or liquid other than water; and
(b) have an adhesion capacity sufficient to prevent dislodgement of the tag from the energy-using product under normal conditions of handling.

10 (1) The paper stock that is used for hang tags shall weigh not less than the equivalent of 49.9 kg (110 pounds) per 500 sheets measuring 64.77 cm (25.5 inches) by 77.47 cm (30.5 inches).
(2) The material that is used to attach each hang tag to an energy-using product shall be of sufficient strength to ensure that when gradual pressure is applied to the hang tag by pulling it away from the product, the hang tag will tear before the material breaks.

Division 2

10.1 This Division applies to the following energy-using products:

(a) general service incandescent reflector lamps;
(b) modified spectrum incandescent lamps;
(c) general service lamps; and
(d) CFLs.

SOR/2008-323, s. 6;
SOR/2011-182, s. 8;
SOR/2013-260, s. 5.

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10.2 (1) Subject to section 10.3, the principal display panel of the package containing the energy-using products shall display the following information in the following order:

(a) except in the case of the energy-using products referred to in paragraph 10.1(a) that are BR lamps or ER lamps, the words “Light Output / Flux lumineux”, followed by the product’s luminous flux and the word “Lumens”;
(b) the words “Energy Used / Consommation d’énergie”, followed by the product’s power and the word “Watts”; and
(c) the words “Life / Durée de vie”, followed by the product’s life and the words “Hours / Heures”.

(2) The words “Light Output / Flux lumineux”, “Energy Used / Consommation d’énergie” and “Life / Durée de vie” shall be in the same font and be equal in size.
(3) The words “Lumens”, “Watts” and “Hours / Heures” shall be in the same font and be equal in size, but their size shall not be more than 50% of size of the words referred to in subsection (2).
(4) The numerical values indicating a product’s luminous flux, power and life referred to in subsection (1) shall be in the same font and be equal in size.

SOR/2008-323, s. 6;
SOR/2011-182, s. 9.

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10.3 (1) If the design voltage of an energy-using product is other than 120 volts, the information displayed on the principal display panel of its package under subsection 10.2(1) may correspond to

(a) a voltage of 120 volts, followed by the words “at 120 volts / à 120 volts”; or
(b) its design voltage, followed by the words “at (design voltage) volts / à (tension spécifique) volts”.

(2) If the information is displayed in accordance with paragraph (1)(b),

(a) the same information for the product at 120 volts shall be displayed in accordance with the requirements set out in section 10.2 followed by the words “at 120 volts / à 120 volts” on a panel of its package other than the principal display panel;
(b) the design voltage of the product shall be displayed clearly and conspicuously on all panels of its package that display information for luminous flux, power and , other than the panel referred to in paragraph (a); and
(c) the following statement shall be clearly and conspicuously displayed on the principal display panel of the product’s package:

“This product is designed for (design voltage) volts. When used on the normal line voltage of 120 volts, the light output and energy efficiency are noticeably reduced. See (appropriate panel) panel for 120-volt rating.”
« Ce produit a été conçu en fonction d’une tension de (tension spécifique) volts. S’il est employé à la tension normale de 120 volts, son flux lumineux et sa consommation d’énergie s’en trouveront considérablement réduits. Voir le panneau (panneau en cause) pour les renseignements correspondant à une tension de 120 volts. »

SOR/2008-323, s. 6.

10.4 If the characteristics of the energy-using products in a single package are not uniform, the following information shall be displayed on the principal display panel of the package for each type of lamp included in the package:

(a) its design voltage; and
(b) the information referred to in paragraphs 10.2(1)(a) to (c), displayed in accordance with the requirements set out in section 10.2.

SOR/2008-323, s. 6.

10.5 In the case of an energy-using product that is a three-way lamp, in order to comply with the requirements of section 10.2, the information referred to in paragraphs 10.2(1)(a) and (b) shall be displayed for each level of operation.
SOR/2008-323, s. 6.

PART IV Verification Mark Labelling

11 (1) The following definitions apply in this Part.

certification body

certification body means a body accredited by the Standards Council of Canada as an energy efficiency certification body in respect of any of the following classes of products or their equivalent:

(a) electrical or electronic products;
(b) fuel-burning equipment; or
(c) gas-fired appliances and equipment. (organisme de certification)

verification mark

verification mark means, in respect of an energy-using product, a mark

(a) issued by a certification body to signify that the body has, by means of an energy performance verification program,

(i) determined that the product is in compliance with the energy efficiency standard for that product referred to in section 4, or
(ii) tested and verified the energy performance of the product; or

(b) issued by a province to signify that the product is in compliance with the province’s energy efficiency standard for the product. (marque de vérification)

(2) Every energy-using product shipped or imported as described in subsection 4(1) of the Act shall be labelled with at least one of the following:

(a) a verification mark issued by a certification body that is accredited in respect of the class of products to which the product belongs; or
(b) a verification mark issued by a province whose provincial energy efficiency standard for the product is equivalent to or exceeds the energy efficiency standard for the product referred to in section 4 of these Regulations.

(2.1) An energy-using product referred to in paragraph 3(1)(j.6) need not be labelled in accordance with subsection (2) if

(a) a laboratory accredited in respect of lighting energy performance by either the Standards Council of Canada or the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program has verified the information with respect to luminous flux and power displayed on the product’s package under Division 2 of Part III; and
(b) a laboratory referred to in paragraph (a), an A2LA certified laboratory or an ISO 9000 certified laboratory or manufacturing facility has verified the information with respect to life displayed on the product’s package under Division 2 of Part III.

(3) An energy using product referred to in paragraph 3(1)(z.8) need not be labelled in accordance with subsection (2) if

(a) a mark that is clearly and permanently applied to the product in accordance with​ the International Efficiency Marking Protocol for External Power Supplies of EN‍ER‍GY STAR®;
(b) the product’s energy performance has been verified by a certification body; and
(c) a model number is clearly marked on the product that can be traced to the certification body’s energy performance verification.

(4) The verification mark shall be affixed to a surface of the energy-using product so that the mark is readily visible. However, in the case of an energy-using product referred to in any of paragraphs 3(1)(j.1), (j.2) and (j.6), the verification mark may be affixed to the exterior of the product’s package.

SOR/95-522, s. 4;
SOR/2003-321, s. 4;
SOR/2006-271, s. 7;
SOR/2008-323, s. 7;
SOR/2011-182, s. 10.

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PART V Provision of Information

[SOR/2011-182, s. 11]

12 (1) The information required to be provided to the Minister under subsection 5(1) of the Act shall be filed with the Minister

(a) by any form of electronic communication, facsimile, hand delivery or mail; and
(b) at any time before the energy-using product to which the report pertains has been shipped from the province in which it was manufactured to another province or imported into Canada.

(2) The information provided under subsection (1) in respect of the energy-using product shall include

(a) the name of the product;
(b) the brand name of the product;
(c) the model number or unique motor identifier of the product, as the case may be;
(d) the name of the product’s manufacturer;

(e) the name of the body or province whose verification mark will be affixed to the product in accordance with Part IV or,

(i) in the case of an energy-using product referred to in paragraph 3(1)(j.5), (j.6) or (z.93), if a laboratory — accredited in respect of lighting energy performance by either the Standards Council of Canada or the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program — has verified the information displayed on the product’s package under Division 2 of Part III, the name of that laboratory, and
(ii) in the case of an energy-using product referred to in 3(1)(j.6), if an A2LA certified laboratory or an ISO 9000 certified laboratory or manufacturing facility has verified the information with respect to life that must be displayed on the product’s package under Division 2 of Part III, the name of that laboratory or facility;

(f) if the product is set out in column I of an item of Schedule IV, the applicable information described in column III of that item, which information shall be collected in accordance with the applicable standard or legislative provision, if any, set out in column II of that item; and
(g) if there are reasonable grounds to believe, in respect of an energy-using product referred to in paragraph 3(1)(j.5) or (z.93), that the performance of the product does not correspond with the information displayed on its package under Division 2 of Part III, on the request of the Minister, test data that confirms that information from a laboratory accredited in respect of lighting energy performance by either the Standards Council of Canada or the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program.

SOR/99-25, s. 4;
SOR/2003-136, s. 4;
SOR/2004-191, s. 5;
SOR/2006-271, s. 8(E);
SOR/2008-323, s. 8;
SOR/2011-182, s. 12;
SOR/2013-260, s. 6.

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PART VI Information Pertaining to Imports

13 A dealer importing an energy-using product into Canada shall provide the Minister with the following information:

(a) the name of the product using one of the names set out in subsection 3(1);
(b) the model number or unique motor identifier of the product, as the case may be;
(c) the brand, if any, of the product;
(d) the address of the dealer; and

(e) for which of the following purposes the product is being imported:

(i) sale or lease in Canada without modification,
(ii) sale or lease in Canada after being modified to comply with the applicable energy efficiency standard, or
(iii) use as a component for incorporation into any other product that is to be exported from Canada.

SOR/2003-136, s. 5.

14 Provision of the information referred to in section 13 shall be effected before the release, under section 31 of the Customs Act, of an energy-using product, by inclusion of the information in the appropriate document described in section 6 of the Accounting for Imported Goods and Payment of Duties Regulations, which is to be given to an officer at the customs office, sufferance warehouse or bonded warehouse where the energy-using product is to be released.

PART VII Exemptions from Provisions of the Act and the Regulations

[SOR/2008-323, s. 9]

15 (1) A dealer is exempt from the application of paragraph 4(1)(a) of the Act and section 5 of the Act with respect to an energy-using product where the dealer, for the purpose of modifying the product to comply with the applicable energy efficiency standard, ships the product from the province in which it was manufactured to another province or imports the product into Canada.

(2) The dealer referred to in subsection (1) shall

(a) ensure that the product is brought into compliance with the applicable energy efficiency standard within 90 days after the day on which the product is shipped or imported;
(b) provide the Minister, within 120 days after the day on which the product is shipped or imported, with the information referred to in subsection 12(2); and
(c) provide the Minister, on request, with any further information required by the Minister to satisfy the Minister that the product complies with the applicable energy efficiency standard.

SOR/95-173, s. 2(F);
SOR/2003-136, s. 6.

16 A dealer is exempt from the application of sections 4 and 5 of the Act with respect to the shipment or importation of an energy-using product that is to be incorporated into any other product that is to be exported from Canada.

SOR/97-529, s. 4;
SOR/2006-271, s. 9.

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16.1 [Repealed, SOR/2006-271, s. 9]
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17 A dealer is exempt from the application of sections 4 and 5 of the Act with respect to an energy-using product where the dealer, for the purpose of exporting the energy-using product to a destination outside Canada, ships the product from the province in which it was manufactured to another province or imports the product into Canada.

17.1 If the information referred to in section 5 of the Act has been provided in respect of a particular motor, all other motors that have the same unique motor identifier as that motor and that are at least as energy efficient as that motor are exempt from the application of that section.

SOR/97-529, s. 6;
SOR/2011-182, s. 13.

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17.2 (1) An energy-using product referred to in paragraph 3(1)(j.6) is exempt from the application of paragraph 10.2(1)(c) if the words “Life / Durée de vie” as mentioned in that paragraph are instead followed by a number that is not greater than the product’s life indicating the expected hours of operation of the product and the words “Hours / Heures”.
(2) The number referred to in subsection (1) shall be calculated in accordance with IES LM65 using the test methods set out in subparagraphs (c)(i) and (ii) of the definition life in subsection 2(1).

SOR/2008-323, s. 10.

17.3 For the purposes of sections 17.4 and 17.5 “life” includes the number referred to in subsection 17.2(1).
SOR/2008-323, s. 10.

17.4 Until the verification with respect to life has been completed, the exemption granted under subsection 11(2.1) applies to an energy-using product referred to in paragraph 3(1)(j.6) if a laboratory or facility referred to in paragraph 11(2.1)(b) has verified 40% of the product’s life and at that point in the verification not more than one unit of the product in the test sample has failed.
SOR/2008-323, s. 10.

17.5 A dealer of an energy-using product referred to in paragraph 3(1)(j.6) is exempt from the requirements of paragraphs 12(2)(e) and (f) that relate to the life of the product if 40% of the product’s life has been verified in accordance with section 17.4 and if the report referred to in subsection 5(1) of the Act, in addition to the other information required under subsection 12(2), contains the following information:

(a) an indication that 40% of the product’s life has been verified;
(b) the date on which testing for life commenced;
(c) the life of the product;
(d) the number of hours of life that has been verified;
(e) the name of the laboratory or facility that verified 40% of the product’s life; and

(f) within 30 days after the day on which the verification with respect to the product’s life has been completed,

(i) the number of hours of life that was verified, and
(ii) the name of the laboratory or facility that completed the verification with respect to the product’s life.

SOR/2008-323, s. 10.

PART VIII Coming into Force

18 These Regulations come into force three months after the day on which they are published in the Canada Gazette Part II.

SCHEDULE I(Subsection 2(1) and section 4)Energy Efficiency Standards

PART 1

Column I
Column II
Column III
Column IV

Item
Energy-using Product
Standard/ Legislative Provision
Energy Efficiency Standard
Completion Period

1
Clothes dryers
CSA C361
E = 0.3 V + 59
on or after February 3, 1995 until April 30, 1995

2
Clothes dryers
CSA C361
CSA C361Table 8.1

on or after May 1, 1995

3
Clothes washers
CSA C360
E = 1.5 V + 30.5
on or after February 3, 1993 until April 30, 1995

4
Clothes washers
CSA C360

CSA C360
clause 8.4

on or after May 1, 1995 until December 30, 1998

5
Clothes washers
CSA C360-98

CSA C360-98
clause 7.5

on or after December 31, 1998 until December 31, 2003

6
Clothes washers
CSA C360-03

CSA C360-03
Table 9

on or after January 1, 2004 until December 31, 2006

7
Clothes washers
CSA C360-03

CSA C360-03
Table 10

on or after January 1, 2007

8
Dehumidifiers
CSA C749

CSA C749
clause 4.2

on or after December 31, 1998 until September 30, 2007

8.1
Dehumidifiers
CSA C749-07

CSA C749-07
Table 1

on or after October 1, 2007 until September 30, 2012

8.2
Dehumidifiers
CSA C749-07

If the water removal capacity is ≤ 16.6 L/d, the minimum energy factor = 1.35 L/kWh
If the water removal capacity is > 16.6 L/d but ≤ 21.3 L/d, the minimum energy factor = 1.5 L/kWh
If the water removal capacity is > 21.3 L/d but ≤ 25.5 L/d, the minimum energy factor = 1.6 L/kWh
If the water removal capacity is > 25.5 L/d but ≤ 35.5 L/d, the minimum energy factor = 1.7 L/kWh
If the water removal capacity is > 35.5 L/d, the minimum energy factor = 2.5 L/kWh

on or after October 1, 2012

9
Dishwashers
CSA C373

CSA C373
Table 7.1

on or after February 3, 1995 until December 31, 2003

10
Dishwashers
CSA C373-04

CSA C373-04
Table 2

on or after January 1, 2004 until December 31, 2009

10.1
Dishwashers that are standard
CSA C373-04
annual energy consumption ≤ 355 kWh
on or after January 1, 2010

10.2
Dishwashers that are compact
CSA C373-04
annual energy consumption ≤ 260 kWh
on or after January 1, 2010

11
Electric ranges that are free-standing or built-in appliances with one or more surface elements and one or more ovens
CSA C358
E = 0.93 V + 14.3
on or after February 3, 1995 until December 31, 1999

12
Electric ranges that are free-standing or built-in appliances with one or more surface elements and one or more ovens
CSA C358-95
E = 0.93 V + 14.3
on or after January 1, 2000 until July 31, 2003

13
Electric ranges that are free-standing or built-in appliances with one or more surface elements and one or more ovens
CSA C358-03

CSA C358-03
clause 8(a)

on or after August 1, 2003

14
Electric ranges that are built-in or wall-mounted appliances with one or more ovens and no surface elements
CSA C358
E = 38
on or after February 3, 1995 until December 31, 1999

15
Electric ranges that are built-in or wall-mounted appliances with one or more ovens and no surface elements
CSA C358-95
E = 38
on or after January 1, 2000 until July 31, 2003

16
Electric ranges that are built-in or wall-mounted appliances with one or more ovens and no surface elements
CSA C358-03
CSA C358-03 clause 8(c)
on or after August 1, 2003

17
Electric ranges that are counter-mounted appliances without ovens and with one or more surface elements on a conventional cooking top
CSA C358
E = 34
on or after February 3, 1995 until December 31, 1999

18
Electric ranges that are counter-mounted appliances without ovens and with one or more surface elements on a conventional cooking top
CSA C358-95
E = 34
on or after January 1, 2000 until July 31, 2003

19
Electric ranges that are counter-mounted appliances without ovens and with one or more surface elements on a modular cooking top
CSA C358
E = 43
on or after February 3, 1995 until December 31, 1999

20
Electric ranges that are counter-mounted appliances without ovens and with one or more surface elements on a modular cooking top
CSA C358-95
E = 43
on or after January 1, 2000 until July 31, 2003

21
Electric ranges that are counter-mounted appliances without ovens and with one or more surface elements
CSA C358-03
CSA C358-03 clause 8(b)
on or after August 1, 2003

22
Electric water heaters
CSA C191.1
CSA C191.1clause 5

on or after February 3, 1995 until June 30, 2004

23
Electric water heaters
CSA C191-04

maximum standby loss in W =

(a) for tanks with bottom inlet:

(i) 40 + 0.2 V for tanks with V ≥ 50 L and ≤ 270 L
(ii) 0.472 V - 33.5 for tanks with V > 270 L and ≤ 454 L

(b) for tanks with top inlet:

(i) 35 + 0.2 V for tanks with V ≥ 50 L and ≤ 270 L
(ii) 0.472 V - 38.5 for tanks with V > 270 L and ≤ 454 L

on or after July 1, 2004

24
Fluorescent lamp ballasts, other than those designed to operate F34T12 rapid start fluorescent lamps or an F96T12ES or F96T12HO ES fluorescent lamp or those designed for input of 120 volts and to operate F32T8 rapid start fluorescent lamps that have a colour rendering index greater than 75
CSA C654
power factor = 0.9 and CSA C654 clause 4.1, fifth column
on or after February 3, 1995

25
Fluorescent lamp ballasts designed for input of 120 or 277 volts and to operate one F34T12 rapid start fluorescent lamp
CSA C654
power factor = 0.9 and a ballast efficacy factor of 2.61
on or after February 3, 1995

26
Fluorescent lamp ballasts designed for input of 347 volts and to operate one F34T12 rapid start fluorescent lamp
CSA C654
power factor = 0.9 and a ballast efficacy factor of 2.53
on or after February 3, 1995

27
Fluorescent lamp ballasts designed for input of 120 or 277 volts and to operate two or more F34T12 rapid start fluorescent lamps
CSA C654
power factor = 0.9 and a ballast efficacy factor of 1.35
on or after February 3, 1995

28
Fluorescent lamp ballasts designed for input of 347 volts and to operate two or more F34T12 rapid start fluorescent lamps
CSA C654
power factor = 0.9 and a ballast efficacy factor of 1.29
on or after February 3, 1995

29
Fluorescent lamp ballasts designed for input of 120 or 277 volts and to operate two or more F96T12ES fluorescent lamps
CSA C654
power factor = 0.9 and a ballast efficacy factor of 0.77
on or after February 3, 1995

30
Fluorescent lamp ballasts designed for input of 347 volts and to operate two or more F96T12ES fluorescent lamps
CSA C654
power factor = 0.9 and a ballast efficacy factor of 0.76
on or after February 3, 1995

31
Fluorescent lamp ballasts designed for input of 120 or 277 volts and to operate two or more F96T12HO ES fluorescent lamps
CSA C654
power factor = 0.9 and a ballast efficacy factor of 0.42
on or after February 3, 1995

32
Fluorescent lamp ballasts designed for input of 347 volts and to operate two or more F96T12HO ES fluorescent lamps
CSA C654
power factor = 0.9 and a ballast efficacy factor of 0.41
on or after February 3, 1995

33
Fluorescent lamp ballasts designed for input of 120 volts and to operate F32T8 rapid start fluorescent lamps that have a colour rendering index greater than 75
CSA C654
power factor = 0.5 and CSA C654 clause 4.1, fifth column
on or after February 3, 1995

34
Freezers
CSA C300

CSA C300
Table 9.1

on or after February 3, 1995 until June 30, 2001

35
Freezers other than Type 10A chest freezers
CSA C300-00

CSA C300-00
Table 1, column B

on or after July 1, 2001 until December 31, 2007

36
Type 10A chest freezers
CSA C300-00
annual energy consumption = (0.52 × adjusted volume) + 211.5
on or after December 31, 2003 until December 31, 2007

36.1
Freezers
CSA C300-08
CSA C300-08 Table 1
on or after January 1, 2008

37
Gas furnaces with an input rate no greater than 65.92 kW (225 000 Btu/h) that use single-phase electric current
CGA 2.3
annual fuel utilization efficiency ≥ 78%
on or after February 3, 1995 until February 28, 2003

38
Gas furnaces with an input rate no greater than 65.92 kW (225 000 Btu/h) that use single-phase electric current
CSA 2.3
annual fuel utilization efficiency ≥ 78%
on or after March 1, 2003 until December 30, 2009

38.1
Gas furnaces, other than those with an integrated cooling component that are outdoor or through-the-wall gas furnaces, that have an input rate no greater than 65.92 kW (225 000 Btu/h) and that use single-phase electric current
CSA P.2
annual fuel utilization efficiency ≥ 90%
on or after December 31, 2009

38.2
Gas furnaces that are outdoor gas furnaces with an integrated cooling component, that have an input rate no greater than 65.92 kW (225 000 Btu/h) and that use single-phase electric current
CSA P.2
annual fuel utilization efficiency ≥ 78%
on or after December 31, 2009

38.3
Gas furnaces that are through-the-wall with an integrated cooling component, that have an input rate no greater than 65.92 kW (225 000 Btu/h) and that use single-phase electric current
CSA P.2
annual fuel utilization efficiency ≥ 78%
on or after December 31, 2009 until December 30, 2012

38.4
Gas furnaces that are through-the-wall with an integrated cooling component, that have an input rate no greater than 65.92 kW (225 000 Btu/h) and that use single-phase electric current
CSA P.2
annual fuel utilization efficiency ≥ 90%
on or after December 31, 2012

39
Gas furnaces with an input rate no greater than 65.92 kW (225 000 Btu/h) that use three-phase electric current
CGA 2.3
annual fuel utilization efficiency ≥ 78% or thermal efficiency ≥ 80%
on or after February 3, 1995 until February 28, 2003

40
Gas furnaces with an input rate no greater than 65.92 kW (225 000 Btu/h) that use three-phase electric current
CSA 2.3
annual fuel utilization efficiency ≥ 78% or thermal efficiency ≥ 80%
on or after March 1, 2003

41
Gas furnaces with an input rate greater than 65.92 kW (225 000 Btu/h) but not greater than 117.23 kW (400 000 Btu/h)
CGA 2.3
thermal efficiency ≥ 80%
on or after February 3, 1995 until February 28, 2003

42
Gas furnaces with an input rate greater than 65.92 kW (225 000 Btu/h) but not greater than 117.23 kW (400 000 Btu/h)
CSA 2.3
thermal efficiency ≥ 80%
on or after March 1, 2003

43
Gas ranges
N/A
no continuously burning pilot light
on or after February 3, 1995

44
Gas water heaters
CGA 4.1
EF = 0.62 - 0.0005 V
on or after February 3, 1995 until June 30, 2004

45
Gas water heaters
CSA P.3-04
EF = 0.67 - 0.0005 V
on or after July 1, 2004

46
Gas boilers intended for low pressure steam systems
CGA P.2
annual fuel utilization efficiency ≥ 75%
on or after December 31, 1998 until August 31, 2010

46.1
Gas boilers intended for low pressure steam systems
CSA P.2

Annual fuel utilization efficiency ≥ 80%
No continuously burning pilot light

on or after September 1, 2010

47
Gas boilers intended for hot water systems
CGA P.2
annual fuel utilization efficiency ≥ 80%
on or after December 31, 1998 until August 31, 2010

47.01
Gas boilers intended for hot water systems
CSA P.2

Annual fuel utilization efficiency ≥ 82%
No continuously burning pilot light

on or after September 1, 2010 until August 31, 2012

47.02
Gas boilers intended for hot water systems not equipped with tankless domestic water heating coils

CSA P.2
Section 4.7

Annual fuel utilization efficiency ≥ 82%
Must be equipped with an automatic water temperature adjustment device
No continuously burning pilot light

on or after September 1, 2012

47.03
Gas boilers intended for hot water systems with tankless domestic water heating coils
CSA P.2

Annual fuel utilization efficiency ≥ 82%
No continuously burning pilot light

on or after September 1, 2012

47.1
Gas-fired unit heaters
CSA P.11
thermal efficiency of ≥ 80% at the maximum heat input nominal capacitymust be equipped with an intermittent ignition device and

(a) a power-vented system;
(b) an automatic vent damper; or
(c) an automatic flue damper

on or after August 8, 2008

48
General service fluorescent lamps that are rapid-start straight-shaped fluorescent lamps with a nominal overall length of 1 200 mm (48 inches), a medium bi-pin base and a nominal power greater than 35 W
CSA C819
average lamp efficacy ≥ 75 lm/W and average colour rendering index ≥ 69
N/A

49
General service fluorescent lamps that are rapid-start straight-shaped fluorescent lamps with a nominal overall length of 1 200 mm (48 inches), a medium bi-pin base and a nominal power no greater than 35 W
CSA C819
average lamp efficacy ≥ 75 lm/W and average colour rendering index ≥ 45
N/A

50
General service fluorescent lamps that are rapid-start straight-shaped fluorescent lamps with a nominal overall length of 2 400 mm (96 inches), a recessed double contact base, a nominal power greater than 100 W and a nominal current of 0.8 A
CSA C819
average lamp efficacy ≥ 80 lm/W and average colour rendering index ≥ 69
N/A

51
General service fluorescent lamps that are rapid-start straight-shaped fluorescent lamps with a nominal overall length of 2 400 mm (96 inches), a recessed double contact base, a nominal power no greater than 100 W and a nominal current of 0.8 A
CSA C819
average lamp efficacy ≥ 80 lm/W and average colour rendering index ≥ 45
N/A

52
General service fluorescent lamps that are rapid-start U-shaped fluorescent lamps with a nominal overall length of not less than 560 mm (22 inches) but not more than 635 mm (25 inches), a medium bi-pin base and a nominal power greater than 35 W
CSA C819
average lamp efficacy ≥ 68 lm/W and average colour rendering index ≥ 69
N/A

53
General service fluorescent lamps that are rapid-start U-shaped fluorescent lamps with a nominal overall length of not less than 560 mm (22 inches) but not more than 635 mm (25 inches), a medium bi-pin base and a nominal power no greater than 35 W
CSA C819
average lamp efficacy ≥ 64 lm/W and average colour rendering index ≥ 45
N/A

54
General service fluorescent lamps that are instant-start straight-shaped fluorescent lamps with a nominal overall length of 2 400 mm (96 inches), a single-pin base and a nominal power greater than 65 W
CSA C819
average lamp efficacy ≥ 80 lm/W and average colour rendering index ≥ 69
N/A

55
General service fluorescent lamps that are instant-start straight-shaped fluorescent lamps with a nominal overall length of 2 400 mm (96 inches), a single-pin base and a nominal power no greater than 65 W
CSA C819
average lamp efficacy ≥ 80 lm/W and average colour rendering index ≥ 45
N/A

56
General service incandescent reflector lamps that are BR lamps
CSA C862-01

CSA C862-01
Table 1
second column

on or after January 1, 2003 until May 31, 2009

57
General service incandescent reflector lamps that are ER lamps with a nominal power other than 50 W, 75 W or 120 W
CSA C862-01

CSA C862-01
Table 1
second column

on or after January 1, 2003 until May 31, 2009

58
General service incandescent reflector lamps that are ER lamps with a nominal power of 50 W, 75 W or 120 W
CSA C862-01

CSA C862-01
Table 2
second column

on or after January 1, 2003 until May 31, 2009

59
General service incandescent reflector lamps other than BR or ER lamps
CSA C862-01

CSA C862-01
Table 1
second column

before June 1, 2009

59.1
General service incandescent reflector lamps that are ER30 or ER40 lamps with a nominal power of ≤ 50 W or ER40 lamps with a nominal power = 65 W
CSA C862-09

CSA C862-01
Table 1 and Table 2
second column

on or after June 1, 2009

59.2
General service incandescent reflector lamps other than those that are ER30 or ER40 lamps with a nominal power of ≤ 50 W or ER40 lamps with a nominal power = 65 W
CSA C862-09

CSA C862-09
Table 1
second column

on or after June 1, 2009

60
Ground-source heat pumps
CSA C446

CSA C446
Table 2

on or after February 3, 1995 until December 30, 1998

61
Ground-source heat pumps
CSA C446-94

CSA C446-94
Table 2

on or after December 31, 1998 until May 31, 2006

62
Ground-source heat pumps
CSA C13256-1

CSA C13256-1
Table 10A, first row, for the open-loop system, if any
and
CSA C13256-1
Table 10A, second row, for the closed-loop system, if any

on or after June 1, 2006

63
Ice-makers
CSA C742

CSA C742
Table 1

on or after December 31, 1998 until December 31, 1999

64
Ice-makers
CSA C742-98

CSA C742-98
Table 2

on or after January 1, 2000 until December 31, 2007

64.1
Ice-makers that produce ice in a batch process
CSA C742-08
CSA C742-08, Table 2 and Table 3
on or after January 1, 2008

64.2 to 64.94
[Repealed, SOR/2011-182, s. 21]

64.95
Ice-makers that produce ice in a continuous process
CSA C742-98
CSA C742-98, Table 2, categories “Continuous automatic ice-makers” and “Ice storage bins”
on or after January 1, 2008

65
Integrated clothes washer-dryers

CSA C360 for the clothes washer function
and
CSA C361 for the clothes dryer function

E = 1.5 V + 30.5 for the clothes washer function
and
E = 0.3 V + 59 for the clothes dryer function

on or after February 3, 1995 until April 30, 1995

66
Integrated clothes washer-dryers

CSA C360 for the clothes washer function
and
CSA C361 for the clothes dryer function

CSA C360, clause 8.4, for the clothes washer function
and
CSA C361, Table 8.1, for the clothes dryer function

on or after May 1, 1995 until December 30, 1998

67
Integrated clothes washer-dryers

CSA C360-98 for the clothes washer function
and
CSA C361 for the clothes dryer function

CSA C360-98, clause 7.5, for the clothes washer function
and
CSA C361, Table 8.1, for the clothes dryer function

on or after December 31, 1998 until December 31, 2003

68
Integrated clothes washer-dryers

CSA C360-03 for the clothes washer function
and
CSA C361 for the clothes dryer function

CSA C360-03, Table 9, for the clothes washer function
and
CSA C361, Table 8.1, for the clothes dryer function

on or after January 1, 2004 until December 31, 2006

69
Integrated clothes washer-dryers

CSA C360-03 for the clothes washer function
and
CSA C361 for the clothes dryer function

CSA C360-03, Table 10, for the clothes washer function
and
CSA C361, Table 8.1, for the clothes dryer function

on or after January 1, 2007

70
Internal water loop heat pumps
CSA C655

CSA C655
Table 2

on or after February 3, 1995 until August 31, 2005

71
Internal water loop heat pumps with a cooling capacity