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Legal Requirements Lists federal requirements related to the purchase of this item, including applicable Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) requirements
Life Cycle Cost Savings
For most applications, Energy Star-qualified A/V equipment has the lowest life-cycle cost. An efficient product is cost effective when the energy costs saved over the life of the product exceed the additional upfront cost (if any) of the more efficient model. Energy Star considers both upfront costs and lifetime energy cost savings when setting required efficiency levels. Federal purchasers can assume that Energy Star-qualified products are life-cycle cost effective.
ENERGY STAR certified audio/video equipment is up to 50% more efficient than conventional models. Blu-Ray players that earn the ENERGY STAR label are, on average, 45% more efficient than conventional models.
Contributes to meeting The Guiding Principles for High Performance and Sustainable Buildings
The ENERGY STAR can be found on a wide range of equipment such as:
- Home-Theater-in-a-Box Systems
- MP3 speaker docks
- Audio Amplifiers
- AV receivers
- Shelf systems
- Blu-ray Disc players
- DVD players
The 2015 Federal Electronic Asset Take-Back Guidance addresses the inclusion of provisions in contracts or leases for manufacturer or reseller take-back of used electronic assets.