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Detail Information of HJ 2511-2012; HJ2511-2012
Description (Translated English): Technical requirement for environmental labeling products. Digital disc player
Sector / Industry: Environmental Protection Industry Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard: L64
Classification of International Standard: 35.220.30
Word Count Estimation: 14,144
Quoted Standard: GB 8898; GB 13837; GB/T 16288; GB/T 18455; GB/T 26572; HJ/T 239; IEC 62087
Drafting Organization: China-Japan Friendship Center for Environmental Protection
Regulation (derived from): Department of Environmental Protection Notice 2012 No. 25;
Summary: This standard specifies the disc player environmental labeling products of terms and definitions, basic requirements, technical contents and test method. This standard applies to digital versatile disc player, Blu-ray disc player, DVD player, recorder one

HJ 2511-2012
Technical requirement for environmental labeling products.Digital disc player
National Environmental Protection Standard of the People's Republic
Environmental labeling product technical requirements
Technical requirement for environmental labeling products
Digital disc player
Published on.2012-03-30
2012-06-01 Implementation
Ministry of Environmental Protection released
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Content
Foreword..3
1 Scope. 4
2 Normative references..4
3 Terms and Definitions.4
4 basic requirements..4
5 Technical content..5
6 Inspection method..6
Appendix A (informative) Table of compatibility of different thermoplastics..7
Appendix B (Normative Appendix) Inspection Procedure for Energy Consumption 9
Appendix C (informative appendix) Method for calculating CO2 emissions.11
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Foreword
To implement the Environmental Protection Law of the People's Republic of China, reduce the impact of the disc machine on human health and the environment during production and use.
Sound, develop this standard.
This standard applies to the toxic and hazardous substances involved in the design and production process of the disc player, as well as the energy consumption and recycling during the use phase of the product.
The requirements are raised in terms of utilization.
This standard is the first release.
This standard applies to China Environmental Labeling Product Certification and China Environmental Labeling Low Carbon Product Certification.
This standard was formulated by the Science and Technology Standards Department of the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
This standard is mainly drafted by. China-Japan Friendship Environmental Protection Center.
This standard was approved by the Ministry of Environmental Protection on March 30,.2012.
This standard has been implemented since June 1,.2012.
This standard is explained by the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
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Environmental labeling product technical requirements
1 Scope of application
This standard specifies the terms and definitions, basic requirements, technical contents and inspection methods of environmental labeling products for video disc machines.
This standard applies to digital versatile disc players, Blu-ray disc players, DVD playback and recorders, etc.
Use a portable video player with display function.
2 Normative references
The contents of this standard refer to the terms in the following documents. For undated references, the valid version applies to this standard.
GB 8898 Safety requirements for audio, video and similar electronic equipment
GB 13837 Limitation and measurement methods for radio disturbance characteristics of sound and television broadcast receivers and related equipment
GB/T 16288 logo for plastic products
GB/T 18455 packaging recycling mark
GB/T 26572 Limit requirements for restricted substances in electrical and electronic products
HJ/T 239 Environmental Labeling Product Technical Requirements Dry Battery
IEC 62087 Methods for measuring the energy consumption of audio, video and related equipment
3 Terms and definitions
The following terms and definitions apply to this standard.
3.1 video player digital dersatile disc player
Video disc playback device whose function is to read the information recorded on the disc and process it (demodulation and decoding) to simulate or digital
Mode output.
3.2 operating state on mode
The process of connecting a product to a power source, playing or burning internal or external signals.
3.3 Standby mode standby mode
The product is connected to the power supply, does not perform any mechanical functions (such as. playback, recording), does not produce video or audio output signals,
However, the remote control device or internal signal can be used to convert to the minimum power state of the power-on mode.
4 basic requirements
4.1 Product quality should meet the requirements of the corresponding standards.
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4.2 Product safety and electromagnetic compatibility should meet the requirements of GB 8898 and GB 13837 standards.
4.3 Pollutant emissions from product manufacturing enterprises shall comply with the requirements of national or local pollutant discharge standards.
4.4 Product manufacturers should strengthen clean production in the production process.
5 Technical content
5.1 Product Environmental Protection Design Requirements
5.1.1 Easy to disassemble design
5.1.1.1 The product adopts a detachable design.
5.1.1.2 The built-in battery shall be of an easily separable design and shall identify the type of battery.
5.1.2 Easy to recycle design
5.1.2.1 Plastic parts with a mass exceeding 25g or a planar surface area exceeding.200mm2 shall use a single type of polymer or copolymerization
Compound.
5.1.2.2 For fastening with welding, welding or other fastening techniques, and not capable of being divided by general purpose tools
The thermoplastic parts to be removed shall comply with the compatibility requirements specified in Appendix A.
5.1.2.3 Plastic parts may be dismantled without damaging the original parts and shall not contain metal objects that cannot be separated from the plastic.
5.2 Requirements for hazardous substances in parts and components
5.1.3.1 Short-chain chlorinated paraffins (SCCPs) shall not be added to plastic parts, and the content of short-chained chlorinated paraffins (SCCPs) shall not exceed
0.1% of the total plastic parts.
5.1.3.2 Plastic parts with a mass exceeding 25g or a surface area exceeding.200mm2 shall be marked in accordance with the requirements of GB/T 16288.
5.1.3.3 In addition to wire and cable, no phthalate ester of any of the following Table 1 shall be added to plastic parts with a mass greater than 25g.
As a plasticizer.
Table 1 Restricted use of plasticizers
Chinese name English name abbreviation
Di-iso-nonylphtalate DINP
Di-n-octylphtalate DNOP
Di-(2-ethylhexyl)-phtalate DEHP
Diisoisoyl phthalate Di-isodecylphtalate DIDP
Butylbenzylphtalate BBP butyl benzyl phthalate
Dibutyl phthalate Dibutuylphtalate DBP
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5.1.3.4 The battery included in the product shall comply with the requirements of HJ/T 239.
5.3 Product production stage requirements
Do not use hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs), 1,1,1-trichloroethane (C2H3Cl3), trichloroethylene (C2HCl3), dichloroethane
(CH3CHCl2), dichloromethane (CH2Cl2), chloroform (CHCl3), carbon tetrachloride (CCl4), bromopropane (C3H7Br)
The substance is used as a cleaning solvent.
5.4 Product energy requirements
The power in the standby state of the product should be no more than 1W, and the power should be no more than 10W in the running state.
5.5 Hazardous Substances Requirements in Products
Lead (Pb), cadmium (Cd), mercury (Hg), hexavalent chromium (Cr6), polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs) and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in products
The content of the six types of hazardous substances should meet the requirements of GB/T 26572.
5.6 Product packaging requirements
5.6.1 Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) should not be used as blowing agents.
5.6.2 The total amount of heavy metals such as lead, cadmium, mercury and hexavalent chromium in packaging and packaging materials shall not exceed 100 mg/kg.
5.6.3 The marking shall be carried out in accordance with the requirements of GB/T 18455.
5.7 Product Recovery Phase Requirements
Enterprises should establish waste product recycling and recycling treatment systems to provide information on product recycling and recycling.
5.8 Product Description Requirements
Product descriptions must be sold with the product and should include the following.
1) Power consumption during passive standby and operating conditions;
2) Note that if the product is not used for a period of time, the power should be disconnected;
3) The treatment method after the product is terminated;
4) Warranty and repair safety information.
6 Test methods
6.1 Technical content 5.4 The energy consumption is tested according to the method specified in Appendix B. The carbon dioxide emissions are calculated according to Appendix C.
6.2 Other requirements in the technical content shall be verified by means of document review combined with on-site inspection, and the relevant documents shall be issued by the enterprise.
Materials and statements.
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Appendix A
(informative appendix)
Compatibility table for different thermoplastics
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Table of compatibility of different thermoplastics (continued)
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ABS. acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene copolymer; ASA. acrylic acid-styrene-acrylate; PA. polyamide; PBT. polybutylene terephthalate; PC. polycarbonate; PE. polyethylene ; PET. polyparaphenylene
Ethylene glycol diester; PMMA. polymethyl methacrylate; POM polyoxymethylene; PP. polypropylene; PPE. polyphenylene ether; PS. polystyrene; PVC. polyvinyl chloride; SAN. acrylonitrile-styrene; . Thermoplastic polyurethane
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Appendix B
(normative appendix)
Energy consumption inspection program
B.1 Test conditions
B.1.1 Environmental conditions
Measurements are made under the following conditions of temperature, humidity and pressure.
-- Ambient temperature. 15 ° C ~ 35 ° C;
-- Relative humidity. 25% to 75%;
- Atmospheric pressure. 86 kPa to 106 kPa.
B.1.2 Test power supply
The test voltage is 220V AC; the frequency is 50Hz. The test is powered by an AC regulated power supply, and its voltage and frequency fluctuations are not large.
At ±2%, the harmonic distortion is no more than 5%.
B.1.3 Test equipment
The test only measures the active power, regardless of the power factor;
Test using a power meter, a power meter (or meter) with integral function;
In order to ensure the test accuracy, the meter or the power meter with the average power function must have a sufficiently high sampling rate;
When the measurement range is greater than or equal to 0.5W, the accuracy is less than or equal to 2% of the range (the confidence probability is 95%);
When the measurement range is less than or equal to 0.5W, the accuracy is less than or equal to 0.01W (the confidence probability is 95%);
When the active power measurement is not more than 10W, the measurement result of the power meter is accurate to 0.01W;
When the active power measurement is greater than 10W and less than or equal to 100W, the measurement result of the power meter is accurate to 0.1W;
When measuring active power greater than 100W, the measurement result of the power meter is accurate to 1W.
B.1.4 Test signal
Adopting "dynamic broadcast-content video signals" in IEC -62087 Edition 2.0
The content serves as a video source and selects high definition (HD) or standard definition (SD) video signals depending on the function of the product.
B.1.5 Input terminal
If the video disc player has a radio frequency input terminal, the RF terminal is used as the signal input terminal of the power-on state (burning) power test.
(If there is more than one RF terminal, it should be measured separately, and the result with the highest power is taken as the power value in the burning state of the product)
If the disc player does not have an RF input terminal, select other input terminals (except the USB interface) as the boot status (burn) as appropriate.
Signal input terminal for power test.
B.2 Standard operating status of the disc player
B.2.1 Recording status
Recording at standard rate for disc burning, recording the video signal as described in B.1.4, when the sample to be tested has no internal hard disk,
The test signal is burned to the disc by the input terminal, and when the sample to be tested is the recorder of the internal hard disk, the hard disk is burned to the disc.
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B.2.2 Play status
Continuously play video discs that meet the requirements of B.1.4 at standard speed.
B.3 Passive standby status
Use the remote control or panel switch to switch the disc player to standby. For a disc player with a quick start function, it should be fast
Perform this test after the startup function is turned off.
B.4 Video Player Power Test Procedure
a) Connect the test equipment and the video disc drive as shown in Figure B.1, turn on the power of all test equipment, and adjust the working range correctly.
b) Start the disc player and make it reach the burning status or playing status specified in B.2 (depending on the function of the product, when the product has engraved
When recording the function, only test the power in the burning state), and keep the working state for not less than 15min, using the power with integral function
The meter (or wattmeter) measures the power consumption (E1) and measurement time (T1) of the disc player under working conditions, and calculates the disc operator by formula B.1.
For state power, the measurement time T1 is 10 min.
1 1/onP ET= (B.1)
Where. Pon--ops disc machine working state power, W;
E1--Power consumption measurement value under the working condition of the disc player, Wh;
T1--disc machine power consumption measurement time, h.
e) Monitor the power meter after switching the disc player to the passive standby state specified in B.2.3 and keeping this working state for not less than 15 minutes.
The reading is at least 5 minutes. If the reading fluctuation is less than 5% during this period, the reading is considered to be stable, and the power meter reading can be directly recorded as
Passive standby power; if the power meter reading does not stabilize during this time, a power meter with integral function (or power) is required
Calculate the power consumption (E4) and measurement time (T4) of the disc player under the working condition, and calculate the working state power of the disc player by formula B.2.
The measurement time T4 is not less than 10 min.
4 4/PSP ET= (B.2)
Where. PPS--the operating power of the disc player, W;
E4--Power consumption measurement value under the working condition of the disc player, Wh;
T4--Disc power consumption measurement time, h.
Television to be tested external source of video player
Test power meter
Figure B.1 View of the power test connection of the video player
Connect only when testing burn power
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Appendix C
(informative appendix)
Carbon dioxide emissions calculation method
C.1 Calculation method of power carbon dioxide conversion coefficient
The power carbon dioxide conversion coefficient (EF) is based on the publication of the.2009 China Region by the National Development and Reform Commission.
On-grid electricity, CO2 emissions from all power plants in the power system in.2007 in the Announcement of the Grid's Baseline Emission Factor, and.2009
According to the.2007 national total power generation and thermal power generation in the China Statistical Yearbook, the basic data were calculated.
The conversion idea is as follows.
(1) The amount of thermal power generated by each regional power grid is obtained from the Announcement on Announcement of.2009 China's Regional Power Grid Default Line Emission Factors.
And CO2 emissions, the data is shown in Table C.1.
Table C.1 Regional grid thermal power generation and CO2 emissions
Regional thermal power generation/MWh CO2 emissions/t
North China Regional Power Grid 776,346,330 754,731,124
Northeast Regional Power Grid 202, 542, 560 219, 122, 791
East China Regional Power Grid 635,331,510 535,305,699
Central China Regional Grid 377, 233, 680 415, 974, 066
Northwest Regional Power 178, 920, 940 180, 940, 805
Southern Regional Power Grid 358,850,130 347,695,831
Hainan Provincial Power Grid 9,244,530 7,365,050
According to the thermal power generation and CO2 emissions of the national grid, the CO2 conversion coefficient of thermal power in the national grid is obtained according to the formula.
C.1 calculation.
Area y
Area y
EQ
EF
EG
= ∑∑ (C.1)
Where. EFy--the y-year national grid thermal power coke conversion coefficient, t/MWh;
EQarea, y--the total amount of carbon dioxide emitted by the regional grid power system in the yth year, t;
EGarea, y--the power generation capacity of the regional grid power system for the yth year (excluding low-cost/must-operated power plants/units), MWh;
Y--the year of the data.
(2) This standard assumes that the carbon dioxide emissions from hydropower and nuclear power generation are zero, and then according to the national thermal power carbon dioxide
Conversion factor and the.2009 China Statistical Yearbook on the total national power generation in.2007 (32.851 million MWh) and thermal power generation
(272.293 million MWh), obtained the national electricity carbon dioxide conversion coefficient, calculated according to formula C.2.
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Yy
EF EG
EF
EG
×= (C.2)
Where. EF'y--the national electricity carbon dioxide conversion coefficient in the y year, t/MWh;
EFy--the national thermal power conversion coefficient of thermal power in the y year, t/MWh;
EGy--the number of thermal power generation in the first year of the power system (excluding low-cost/must-operated power plants/units), MWh;
EG'y--the total power generation of the power system in the yth year, MWh;
Y--the year of the data.
Calculation result. EF'2007 = 0.8045 t/MWh = 0.8045 kg/kWh.
C.2 Calculation method of carbon dioxide emissions
C.2.1 Calculation of carbon dioxide emissions from passive standby state of products
Multiply the energy consumption by the carbon dioxide conversion coefficient of the electricity to obtain the carbon dioxide emissions, calculated according to the formula C.3.
2 0 0 7M EFQ= × (C.3)
Where. M--CO2 emissions, g/h;
EF'2007--2007 national electricity carbon dioxide conversion coefficient, kg/kWh;
Q--typical power consumption, W.
According to the above formula, the carbon dioxide emission requirements of the product are calculated, see Table C.2.
Table C.2 Requirements for energy consumption and CO2 emissions from passive standby conditions of products
Product Type CO2 Emissions/(g/h) Standby Power/(W) CO2 Emissions/(g/h) Power On/(W)
DVD player
Blu-ray disc player
≤0.80 ≤1.00 ≤8.0 ≤10
C.2.2 Calculation of carbon dioxide emissions from products
From the energy efficiency index, the power carbon dioxide conversion coefficient and the power consumption benchmark value, the carbon dioxide emissions are obtained, calculated according to formula C.4.
2 0 0 7M EFE= × measured (C.4)
Where. M--CO2 emissions, kg;
EF'2007--2007 national electricity carbon dioxide conversion coefficient, kg/kWh;
E measured - power consumption, kWh.
According to the above formula, the carbon dioxide emission requirement of the product is calculated.
China's regional power grid baseline emission factor announced by the National Development and Reform Commission and the national total power generation and thermal power generation released by the National Bureau of Statistics
According to the annual China National Grid baseline emission factor, the China Environmental Label Low Carbon Product Standard uses electricity.
The CO2 conversion coefficient also needs to calculate the latest China's carbon dioxide conversion coefficient based on the latest data released by it. two
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The determination of carbon oxide emissions is based on whether the energy consumption index is up to standard, and the energy consumption index meets the requirements in the actual testing process.
Carbon dioxide emissions also meet the requirements.
Related standard:   HJ 2510-2012
   
 
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