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Standard ID HJ 2516-2012 (HJ2516-2012)
Description (Translated English) Technical requirement for environmental labeling products. Projector
Sector / Industry Environmental Protection Industry Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard Y54
Classification of International Standard 37.040.10
Word Count Estimation 14,199
Quoted Standard GB 4943; GB 9254; GB 17625.1; GB/T 14857; GB/T 16288; GB/T 18313-2001; GB/T 18455; GB/T 26572; GY/T 155; HJ 2501; HJ/T 238; HJ/T 239
Drafting Organization China-Japan Friendship Center for Environmental Protection
Regulation (derived from) Department of Environmental Protection Notice 2012 No. 38;
Summary This standard specifies the environmental labeling products Projector terms and definitions, basic requirements, technical contents and test method. This standard applies to all types of projectors.

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HJ 2516-2012
Technical requirement for environmental labeling products.Projector
National Environmental Protection Standard of the People's Republic
Technical requirements for environmental labeling products
Technical requirement for environmental labeling products
Published on July 7,.2012
2012-10- 1 Implementation
Ministry of Environmental Protection released
1 Scope.4
2 Normative references. 4
3 Terms and Definitions 4
4 basic requirements.5
5 Technical content.5
6 Inspection method.7
Appendix A (Normative Appendix) Energy Consumption Inspection Procedure for Product Operation Mode 8
Appendix B (Normative) phthalate banned.12
Appendix C (Normative Appendix) Power Inspection Procedure for Product Standby.13
In order to implement the Environmental Protection Law of the People's Republic of China, reduce the environment and the projector during production, use, recycling and reuse.
This standard is formulated for the impact of human health.
This standard describes the environmental protection design, production stage, use phase of energy consumption and noise, recycling stage, packaging and use of the projector.
Ming made a request.
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, China Electronic Video Industry Association Large Screen Display Equipment Branch, Country
Home Office Equipment and Consumables Quality Supervision and Inspection Center, China Cultural Office Equipment Manufacturing Industry Association, Beijing Green Business Culture Development Center,
Shenzhen Yatu Digital Video Technology Co., Ltd., Zhongda Dentsu Co., Ltd., Guangdong Weichuang Video Technology Co., Ltd., Ningbo GQY
Video Co., Ltd.
This standard was approved by the Ministry of Environmental Protection on July 3,.2012.
This standard has been implemented since October 1,.2012.
This standard is explained by the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
Environmental Labeling Product Technical Requirements Projector
1 Scope of application
This standard specifies the terms and definitions, basic requirements, technical content and test methods of the projector environmental labeling products.
This standard applies to all types of projectors.
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 4943 Security of information technology equipment
GB 9254 Radio disturbance limits and methods of measurement for information technology equipment
GB 17625.1 Electromagnetic compatibility limit harmonic current emission limit (device input current per phase ≤ 16A)
GB/T 14857 studio digital television coding parameter specification
GB/T 16288 logo for plastic products
GB/T 18313-2001 Measurement of airborne noise of acoustic information technology equipment and communication equipment
GB/T 18455 packaging recycling mark
GB/T 26572 Limit requirements for restricted substances in electrical and electronic products
GY/T 155 HDTV program production and exchange video parameter values
HJ 2501 Environmental Labeling Product Technical Requirements Wire and Cable
HJ/T 238 Environmental Labeling Product Technical Requirements Rechargeable Battery
HJ/T 239 Environmental Labeling Product Technical Requirements Dry Battery
3 Terms and definitions
The following terms and definitions apply to this standard.
3.1 Projector Projector
The design function controls the light source with electronic image information, and optically projects the image onto the screen, and is powered by the public grid.
Display device.
3.2 working mode active mode
The product is connected to a power supply and forms an image and/or sound.
3.3 standby standby mode
The product is connected to the power supply and produces neither sound nor image. The user can use direct or indirect signals.
If you use the remote control, switch the product to work.
3.5 working mode energy consumption active mode energy
The energy consumption of the product according to the test methods and calculation methods specified in Appendix A of this standard, in lumens per watt (lm/W).
3.6 energy efficiency index
In the working mode, the ratio of the light output of the projector to the power consumption of the whole machine is expressed by Eff.
4 basic requirements
4.1 Product quality should meet the requirements of the corresponding product quality standards; product safety performance should meet the requirements of GB 4943;
Capacity should meet the requirements of GB 9254 and GB 17625.1.
4.2 Pollutant emissions from product manufacturing enterprises shall comply with national or local standards for pollutant discharge.
4.3 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 The product shall be of a detachable design. The bulb should be easily separated from the product.
5.1.2 Easy to recycle design
Plastic parts with a mass exceeding 25g or a planar surface area exceeding.200mm2 should use a single type of polymer or blend polymerization
The object shall be marked in accordance with the requirements of GB/T 16288.
5.1.3 Requirements for hazardous substances in parts and components In the outer casing and frame parts, except for the plastic parts adjacent to the heating or imaging components, chlorine and bromine should not be used in the plastic parts.
The polymer should not be added with a flame retardant containing organochlorine compounds or organic bromine compounds. In addition to wire and cable, the phthalates listed in Appendix B shall not be added to the plastic parts with a mass greater than 25g.
As a plasticizer. The content of short-chained chlorinated paraffins (SCCPs) in plastic parts shall not exceed 0.1% (mass fraction) of the total number of plastic parts. Tributyltin (TBT) and triphenyltin (TPT) shall not be used in the product parts. Wire and cable shall comply with the requirements of HJ 2501. Lead (Pb), cadmium (Cd), mercury (Hg), six in plastic parts, metal parts, electronic devices, solders and coatings
The content of harmful substances such as chrome (Cr6), polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs) and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) shall comply with the provisions of GB/T 26572.
Limited limit requirements. The mercury content of each lamp of the product shall not exceed 4 mg. The rechargeable battery that comes with the product should meet the requirements of HJ/T 238, and the dry battery should meet the requirements of HJ/T 239.
5.2 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.
5.3 Product energy requirements
5.3.1 The energy consumption in the product working mode should meet the requirements specified in Table 1.
Table 1 Energy consumption limits for product operating mode
Class Luminous Flux (ФV)/lm Energy Efficiency Index (Eff)/lm/W
I ФV≤1750 ≥6.7
II 1750< ФV≤2750 ≥9
III ФV>2750 ≥11
5.3.2 Power in standby mode
The power of the product in standby mode must not exceed 1W.
5.4 Product noise requirements
The noise of each category of products during operation shall comply with the requirements of Table 2 and shall be expressed by the sound power LWA.
Table 2 Noise limits for product operation
Class Luminous Flux (ФV)/lm Sound Power Level (LWA)/dB (A)
I ФV≤1750 ≤33
II 1750< ФV≤2750 ≤35
III ФV>2750 ≤37
5.5 Product Packaging Requirements
5.5.1 Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) should not be used as blowing agents.
5.5.2 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.
5.5.3 should be marked in accordance with GB/T 18455.
5.6 Product recycling stage requirements
Enterprises should establish a waste product recycling and recycling management system to provide information on product recycling and recycling.
5.7 Product Description Requirements
Product descriptions must be sold with the product and should include the following.
a) product information about the life of the lamp;
b) Turn off the projector's power supply when the product is not in use;
c) The product can significantly reduce the energy consumption of the projector during use by reducing the brightness of the screen, which will reduce the operation of the projector.
Line cost information;
d) information, channels and methods for product replacement parts;
e) Information on recycling and recycling of products after disposal.
6 Test methods
6.1 Technical content The test of 5.3.1 is carried out in accordance with the method specified in Appendix A.
6.2 Technical content The detection of 5.3.2 is carried out in accordance with the method specified in Appendix C.
6.3 The detection of technical content 5.4 shall be carried out in accordance with the method specified in 7 of GB/T 18313-2001.
6.3 Other requirements in the technical content shall be verified by means of document review in conjunction with on-site inspection.
Appendix A
(normative appendix)
Energy consumption inspection program under product working mode
A.1 Test conditions
A.1.1 Working conditions
The projector should be in working condition and the various settings should be adjusted in accordance with clause A.3.2 of this appendix. If the position of the adjustment is different, it should be measured
The results are explained.
A.1.2 Environmental conditions
Measurements were carried out under the conditions of temperature, humidity and pressure in the following ranges.
a) Ambient temperature. 18 ° C ~ 28 ° C;
b) Relative humidity. 25% to 75%;
c) Atmospheric pressure. 86 kPa to 106 kPa.
A.1.3 Power supply
a) The test power supply is AC 220 (1 ± 1%) V, and the power supply frequency is (50 ± 0.5) Hz. For nominal power greater than 1.5kW
For the equipment to be tested, the test power supply is AC 220 (1 ± 4%) V.
b) The total harmonic distortion of the test power supply is not more than 3%. When testing the device under test with a nominal power greater than 1.5 kW, the total test power supply
Harmonic distortion is no more than 5%.
A.1.4 Test site
In order to prevent stray light from interfering with the test results, the measurement should be carried out in a dark room, and the dark room should meet the following conditions. stray light
Illumination does not exceed 1 lx.
A.1.5 Test equipment
The power meter has a resolution of 0.01W when the active power is not more than 10W, and the active power is greater than 10W and less than 100W.
When measuring the rate, the resolution is 0.1W; when measuring the active power of 100W or more, the resolution is 1W.
A.2 Test signal
A.2.1 Video test signal
A.2.1.1 Overview
The test signal should be different depending on the characteristics such as display resolution and amplitude ratio. Standard definition signal conforms to GB/T
According to the 14857 regulations, the high-definition test signals comply with the relevant provisions of GY/T 155.
A.2.1.2 Limit eight gray level signal
The limit eight gray level signal is a brightness signal that produces two rows of gray levels on a 50% gray background as shown in Figure A.1.
Show. All black field level = 0%, full white field level = 100%, the first row of gray is. 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%; the second row of gray is.
85%, 90%, 95%, 100%, each grayscale rectangle occupies 5% of the full screen area, and has an aspect ratio consistent with the entire displayed image.
This signal is used to adjust the standard state of the projector. The limit eight gray level signal is shown in Figure A.1.
Figure A.1. Limit eight grayscale signal
A.2.1.3 Full white field signal and its detection point
The 100% full white field signal is used as the test signal. The projection area of the projector is 1 square meter, and 9 detection points of P1-P9 on the screen are detected.
P5 is the image center point; P1~P4 and P6~P9 respectively have the image width and height 1/6, as shown in Figure A.2.
Figure A.2. Full white field signal detection point
A.3 Measurement conditions
A.3.1 Test interface and level
The projector energy efficiency test uses Y, PB, and PR component signal interfaces. The input signal voltage values are as follows.
Y. 700mVP-P (without synchronization signal);
PB. ±350 mVP-P (without sync signal);
PR. ±350 mVP-P (without sync signal).
The Y signal should contain a synchronization signal.
Synchronization signal (three levels). 300mV.
The projector with no Y, PB, and PR interfaces has a VGA interface for energy efficiency testing. The input signal voltage values are as follows.
R/G/B/. 700 mVP-P (without sync signal)
A.3.2 Adjustment of the standard working state of the projector
A.3.2.1 Image contrast and brightness adjustment
Enter the limit eight gray level signal, change the contrast and brightness controller position, adjust to the limit eight gray level signal can be
Good resolvable limit state. If the above state cannot be obtained, adjust to the best image quality and say in the measurement results.
A.3.2.2 Adjustment of color temperature
Place the projector's color temperature at the factory location, and if there is no preset position setting, adjust to the best image quality.
A.3.2.3 Image (Quality Enhancement) Control or Switch
Place the projector control switch in the factory position and adjust it to the off state if there is no preset position setting.
A.3.2.4 Color (saturation) and tone control
Place the projector controller in the factory position and adjust it to the center position if there is no preset position setting.
A.3.2.5 Ambient light control
Refers to any function that automatically adjusts the brightness, color, etc. of the screen through ambient light brightness. Adjust it to the off state.
A.3.2.6 Adjustment of JND. Just Noticeable Difference
a) Adjust the “Brightness” setting so that the two extreme white gray levels of 0% and 5% of the first row can be resolved exactly. Optimal state
Let the brightness difference between the two blocks be between 2 and 20 minimum resolution differences.
b) gradually reduce the "contrast" from the maximum value until the two extreme black gray levels of 100% and 95% gray in the second row can
It is well resolved from each other; likewise the difference in brightness between them is preferably between 2 and 20 minimum distinguishable differences.
c) Repeat the above process until the two extreme gray levels are exactly resolvable. If you can't do it, you should experiment
The report records the best minimum resolution difference between adjacent grayscale blocks. Throughout the adjustment process, you can distinguish 10%, 15%,
The difference between 85% and 90% of the four squares is to avoid dizziness or as a reference for the difference in brightness. (in the area between the limit black and white squares)
When not, the gap between other gray squares may be uneven. )
A.3.2.7 Other controls
If there are other user controls, put them in the factory position, if there is no preset position setting, adjust them to get the best
The location of the image and sound.
A.4 Energy consumption test in working mode
Figure A.3. Energy consumption test block diagram in working mode
Tested projector power meter
Signal generator
A.4.1 Connect the test system as shown in Figure A.3, turn on the power to all test equipment, and adjust the power supply voltage and frequency appropriately (if
The projector needs to be operated by two or more independent power supply parts to complete the general purpose projector function, that is, receiving input.
Signal, generate image, need to connect these independent parts on the power meter and calculate the total power consumption);
A.4.2 Adjust the projector to the standard working state specified in A.3.2 of this appendix, input the full white field signal specified in A.2.1.3 and keep it here.
Preheating in the state for not less than 30min;
A.4.3 Enter the signal specified in A.2.1.3, and measure the illuminance values at each point of P1-P9 specified in Figure A.2 as L1-L9 by illuminance meter.
Calculate the average illuminance value using the formula (A.1).
LiL (A.1)
Where. L - average illuminance, lx;
Li--the illumination of the i-th point, lx;
i -- The number of the measurement point.
Calculate the luminous flux output from the projector using equation (A.2).
ФV=L×S (A.2)
Where. ФV -- the luminous flux output by the projector, lm;
L -- average illuminance, lx;
S -- screen effective area, m2.
A.4.4 Use the signal generator to output the 100% full white field test signal specified in A.2.1.3 of this standard, and use the power meter to measure the product to broadcast this letter.
No. 30 minutes of energy consumption. Calculate the energy consumption in the product working mode by formula (A.3).
EP = (A.3)
Where. PK--operating mode energy consumption, W;
E--the integrated power value measured by the electric meter when playing standard video, Wh;
TK - power-on measurement time, h.
A.5 Energy efficiency index
Calculate the product energy efficiency index by formula (A.4).
Eff=ФV/ PK (A.4)
Where. Eff--energy efficiency index, lm/W;
ФV--the luminous flux output from the projector, lm;
PK - working mode energy consumption, W.
Appendix B
(normative appendix)
Banned phthalate
Chinese name English name abbreviation
Diisoisophthalate Di-iso-nonylphthalate DINP
Di-n-octylphthalate DNOP
Di-(2-ethylhexy)-phthalate DEHP
Diisoisylphthalate DIDP
Butylbenzylphthalate BBP
Dibutylphthalate DBP
Appendix C
(normative appendix)
Power check procedure in product standby state
C.1 Test conditions
C.1.1 Environmental conditions
Same as A.1.2.
C.1.2 Power supply
Same as A.1.3.
C.2 Measuring instrument
Same as A.1.5.
C.3 Power test in standby mode.
C.3.1 Turn on the power of all test equipment and adjust the working range correctly (if the projector needs to be provided by two or more independent
The electrical part can work simultaneously to complete the general purpose projector function, that is, receiving input signals, generating images, etc., and these are required to be independent.
Some are connected to the power meter and calculate the total power consumption).
C.3.2 Connect the projector to the test equipment.
C.3.3 Adjust the projector to standby state (see 3.2 of this standard) and keep it for 10 minutes, then measure with power meter for 10min, press
Calculate the power in standby mode according to formula (C.1).
d T
EP = (C.1)
Where. Pd -- power in standby mode, W, accurate to 0.01W;
E -- measured power consumption, Wh;
Td -- Standby measurement time, h.