"Made in Zhejiang" standard "Double-ended LED tubes" for public comment

In order to standardize and strengthen the standardized development of double-ended LED tubes, reduce production costs, improve the efficiency of the tubes and achieve the effect of energy conservation and emission reduction and social and economic benefits, in accordance with the requirements of the Notice on the Issuance of the Fifth Batch of Group Standards for "Made in Zhejiang" in 2021 issued by the Zhejiang Federation of Brand Construction, the Shaoxing Institute of Quality and Technology Supervision and Inspection took the lead, The group standard of Double-ended LED Lamps (Draft for Comments), prepared by Chenhui Guangbao Technology Co., Ltd. as the main drafting unit, has been completed and is now open to the public for comments and suggestions.

"Made in Zhejiang" is a brand logo launched by Zhejiang Province to build "Made in Zhejiang" into a brand with strict certification standards and aiming at the domestic first-class international advanced level. "The group standard made in Zhejiang requires that the core elements that may affect the final quality of the product be studied and extracted from the perspective of the whole life cycle or the whole process of the product, and reflected in the way of comprehensive standards. Its technical indicators need to reach" domestic first-class and international advanced ", that is, if there is no similar product in the world, it should reach the domestic first-class level; If there are similar products in the world, they should reach the international advanced level. For this reason, the "Made in Zhejiang" standard strictly limits the enterprises participating in the compilation, and requires that the enterprises participating in the compilation must be the leading enterprises in various industries.

If you have comments and suggestions on the standard, please give feedback before March 29, 2022.


Contact: Qian Jianrong

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Standard Development Working Group
March 1, 2022