Inactive-Reserved Standard

IEEE 1680.3-2012

IEEE Standard for Environmental Assessment of Televisions

A clear and consistent set of environmental performance criteria for the design of televisions is established, providing an opportunity for manufacturers to secure market recognition for efforts to reduce the environmental impact of electronic products. This standard is also intended to provide a tool for government, institutional, corporate, and consumer purchasers to identify products that demonstrate environmental leadership. This standard is intended to be updated and revised on a periodic basis to continue to set a higher performance standard for leadership products.

Sponsor Committee
C/SAB - Standards Activities Board
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Status
Inactive-Reserved Standard
PAR Approval
2011-03-31
Amendments
1680.3a-2017
Board Approval
2012-08-30
History
ANSI Approved:
2016-03-28
Published:
2012-10-19
Inactivated Date:
2023-03-30

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Computer Society
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Sponsor Committee
C/SAB - Standards Activities Board
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Working Group
ADMIN_8244 - Project Administration_8244
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IEEE Program Manager
Jonathan Goldberg
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1680-2006

IEEE Standard for Environmental Assessment of Personal Computer Products, including Laptop Personal Computers, Desktop Personal Computers, and Personal Computer Monitors

IEEE Std 1680-2006 provides a set of environmental performance criteria for notebook computers, desktop computers, and computer monitors. In addition, it defines the methods by which manufacturers may declare such products as conforming with the Standard and by which such conformance may be verified. The Standard provides a measure of environmental leadership in product design, manufacture, service and end-of-life management. It is intended for use by institutional purchasers to select personal computer products, and by product manufacturers who wish to sell such products. There are three levels of conformance with this Standard. To achieve the first level, the product shall conform to all of the 23 required environmental criteria. To achieve the second level, the product shall conform to all of the required criteria plus at least 50% of the 28 optional criteria, and to achieve the third level the product shall conform to all the required criteria and at least 75% of the optional criteria. It is intended that this Standard shall be a baseline for further environmental standards for additional electronic products and shall be updated and revised on a periodic basis to continue to set a higher performance standard for leadership products.

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1622-2011

IEEE Standard for Electronic Distribution of Blank Ballots for Voting Systems

This standard specifies electronic data interchange formats for blank ballot distribution, primarily to assist in satisfying the needs of the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) and Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment (MOVE) Act. Subsequent standards will address other requirements for electronic data interchange formats used by components of voting systems for exchange of electronic data. This scope does not include return of cast ballots by electronic means. (This PDF of this standard is available as part of the IEEE Get program. Through the IEEE SA and industry support, select IEEE standards are available for download at no charge. For more details go to our web page at https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/browse/standards/get-program/page.)

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1680-2009

IEEE Standard for Environmental Assessment of Electronic Products

Guidance and implementation procedures for the IEEE 1680 family of standards is provided, and the methods by which manufacturers may declare electronic products as conforming with the standards in the IEEE 1680 family of standards and by which such conformance may be verified are defined. The standards within the family will provide clear and consistent performance criteria for the design of electronic products, thereby providing an opportunity to secure market recognition for efforts to reduce the environmental impact of electronic products. This family of standards is intended to provide a tool for government, institutional, and corporate purchasers. Product manufacturers may also use this tool to earn recognition in the consumer market, recognizing that certain criteria may not be applicable to all types of purchasers.

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1680.2-2012

IEEE Standard for Environmental Assessment of Imaging Equipment

A clear and consistent set of environmental performance criteria for the design of imaging equipment products is established, providing an opportunity to secure market recognition for efforts to reduce the environmental impact of electronic products. This standard is also intended to provide a tool for government, institutional, corporate, and consumer purchasers to identify products that demonstrate environmental leadership. The intent is that the standard will be updated and revised on a periodic basis to continue to set a higher performance standard for leadership products.

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