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Why doesn't EPA collect 100V data anymore? Follow

Traditionally, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) collected self-reported energy performance of qualified models for all markets where the product is sold.  In converting to the third-party certification program, EPA has reviewed relevant data collection and its usage and has removed any data irrelevant to qualification of the product for the U.S. (and those markets where there exists a data exchange program) to reduce reporting burden.   While updating the relevant specifications along with their new certified data requirements, EPA has removed the reporting of voltage test data for 100V but has retained the reporting of testing for 115V and 230V. 

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