EU ENERGY STAR qualified office equipment database
This database contains only products that are available on the EU markets and qualified under the latest active ENERGY STAR specifications.
Visitors can navigate per category of products using the menu and then using filters to view relevant products per product category and subcategory.
Products registered under previous specifications can be found in the Archive.
The EU Database is updated regularly based on the US EPA database (for products available in the EU) and also includes products that are directly registered with the EU, as managed by the European Commission.
For (legal) disputes the lists of qualified products downloadable from this website (for the EC) and from www.energystar.gov (for the US) are applicable.
The database is intended to make the registered products more accessible and shows energy consumption and main performance data as supplied by the manufacturers.
Only the following list of products for the European markets may qualify for ENERGY STAR through the European Commission for the EU market:
- Computers (as defined in Computers specification 6.1 )
— Desktop computers
— Integrated desktop computers
— Notebook computers
— Mobile thin clients
— Two-in-One notebooks
— Portable all-in-ones
— Tablets / slates
— Small-scale servers
— Thin clients
— Integrated thin clients
- Displays (as defined in Displays specification 6.0)
— Computer Monitors
— Digital Picture Frames
— Signage Displays
— Other displays that meet the definitions and qualification criteria in the specification
- Imaging equipment (as defined in Imaging Equipment specification 2.0)
— Digital duplicators
— Fax machines
— Mailing machines
— Multifunction devices (MFD)
- Uninterruptible power supplies (as defined in UPS specification 1.0)
— Consumer UPSs
— Commercial UPSs
— Data center UPSs
— Telecommunications Dc-output UPSs/rectifiers
- Enterprise servers (as defined in Computer Servers specification 2.0)
Blade-, Multi-node, Rack-mounted, or Pedestal form factor computer servers with no more than four processor sockets in the computer server (or per blade or node in the case of blade or multi-node servers).