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ERP Dokumentation für LOT 1 (Heizgeräte und Kombiheizungen), LOT 10 (Klimaanlagen), LOT 11 (Ventilatoren) und 21/6 (Klimaanlage > 12 kW, Kühler und Gebläsekonvektoren)

Ihre Nachricht an uns

Der jahreszeitlich bedingte Wirkungsgrad ist eine neue Methode, Heiz- und Kühlungsprodukte bezüglich ihrer Energieeffizienz über ein ganzes Jahr zu bewerten.

Der jahreszeitlich bedingte Wirkungsgrad wurde von der EU-Richtlinie für energieverbrauchende Produkte (Ökodesign-Richtlinie) festgelegt, die die minimalen Ökodesign-Anforderungen festlegt, welche die Hersteller in ihren energieverbrauchenden Produkten einbinden müssen.

Bei Klimaanlagen geben die Werte des jahreszeitlich bedingten Energiewirkungsgrades (SEER) während der Kühlperiode sowie der jahreszeitlich bedingten Leistungszahl (SCOP) während der Heizperiode den wahren Energieverbrauch von Wärmepumpen an.

Bei Heizgeräten wird der Wirkungsgrad (ηS) verwendet, um die Effizienz von Heizsystemen wie Gasheizkesseln und Flächenwärmepumpen zu vergleichen. Im Fall der Wärmepumpe entspricht die Effizienz der jahreszeitlich bedingten Leistungszahl (SCOP) geteilt durch den Umwandlungskoeffizienten bei gemäß RES-Bestimmungen auf 2,5 eingestellter Primärenergie. Die Wasseraufwärmeffizienz (ηWH) gibt auch die Leistung der Kombiheizungen bei der Erzeugung von Warmwasser an.

Produkte von Mitsubishi Electric sind so gestaltet, dass sie, im Vergleich zu der herkömmlich bewerteten Effizienz, die jahreszeitlich bedingte Effizienz maximieren. Indem Produkte mit höheren SEER/SCOP-Werten gewählt werden, kann der Kunde dazu beitragen, die CO2-Emission und die verbrauchte Energie zu verringern, was zudem Geld spart. Die neue Energieauszeichnung zeigt jahreszeitlich bedingte Wirkungsgrad-Klassen an, wie z. B. B, A, A+, A++ und A+++, das der höchste Effizienzwert über ein gesamtes Jahr ist*.

*A++ ist der höchste Effizienzwert für Heizgeräte und A ist der höchste Effizienzwert für Warmwasser für LOT 1 Heizgeräte und Kombiheizungen bis 2019.

LOT 1 Dokumente

Dokumente zu Produktinformationen, die gemäß der EU-Richtlinie Nr. 813/2013 vom 2. August 2013 und 811/2013 vom 18. Februar 2013 erforderlich sind.

LOT 10 Dokumente

Dokumente zu Produktinformationen, die gemäß der EU-Richtlinie Nr. 206/2012 vom 6.März 2012 erforderlich sind.

LOT 11 Dokumente

Dokumente zu Produktinformationen, die gemäß der EU-Richtlinie Nr. 327/2011 vom 30.März 2011 erforderlich sind.

LOT 6/10 Dokumente

Greifen Sie auf Dokumente mit Produktinformationen zu, die durch die EU Richtlinie Nr. 1253/2014, 7 Juli 2014 und Nr. 1254/2014, 11 Juli 2014 gefordert werden

LOT 21/6 Dokumente

Finden Sie Dokumente zu den Produktinformationen, die gemäß Verordnung EU 2016/2281 ab dem 1. Januar 2018 erforderlich sind.

LOT 2 Dokumente

Finden Sie nach Dokumenten mit Produktinformationen, die gemäß der EU-Verordnungen 814/2013 vom 2. August 2013 und 812/2013 vom 18. Februar 2013 erforderlich sind.

LOT 5 Documents

Find documents related to the product information required by the EU regulation no. 2019/2021 of 1 October 2019.



Lot 30 Documents

Find documents related to the product information required by the EU regulation no. 2019/1781 of 1 October 2019.