- When certifying Data Center Storage products, should products have Advanced Data Recovery Capability turned on during testing?
- When may a certification body (CB) notify a partner of a verification or challenge testing failure?
- When may I begin to market my product as ENERGY STAR qualified?
- When selecting refrigerators and freezers for ENERGY STAR verification testing, how should kitable (i.e., the model without the ice maker installed) models be treated?
- Who is considered the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) for roofing products made of a coating applied to a metal roof panel?
- Who makes a determination of a defective unit for purposes of ENERGY STAR verification testing on non-lighting products?
- Why doesn't EPA collect 100V data anymore?
- Will EPA continue to provide international recognition of products for ENERGY STAR?
- Will EPA send someone to evaluate my laboratory during the recognition process?
- Will re-testing be required for desktop and integrated desktop computers, portable all-in-one computers, and workstations under ENERGY STAR V7.0?
- Will test reports produced by a lab prior to receiving EPA recognition be accepted for ENERGY STAR certification?
- With regard to the Version 7.0 ENERGY STAR Displays specification, how must Sleep and Off Mode power be calculated for products powered by a low-voltage dc source?
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