No-load adapter power Phone and adapter makers strive to meet the new 5-Star no-load power consumption rating of <30mW, as set by the European Commission's Integrated Product Policy (EC IPP).
What does IPP stand for?
IPP stands for Integrated Product Policy (EU)
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We have 315 other meanings of IPP in our Acronym Attic
- Institute for Public Policy
- Institute of Particle Physics
- Institute of Payroll Professionals (UK)
- Institute of Plasma Physics
- Institute of Professional Psychologists (Sri Lanka)
- Institute Panos Paris
- Instituto Politecnico do Porto (Galician: Polytechnic Institute of Porto; Porto, Portugal)
- Integrated Performance Primitives
- Integrated Planning Process
- Integrated Plotting Package (environment)
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Economic development minister Andrew Davies said the new programme will help Welsh firms prepare for the new challenges of resource efficiency and integrated product policy.
DRINKING IT UP: IPP and the beverage carton Integrated Product Policy (IPP) is a concept exercising minds among several trade groups, especially on the packaging side.
EC Integrated Product Policy (IPP): In 2008, a group of leading mobile-phone manufacturers developed a "Five-Star" rating system for mobile phone adapters/chargers, specifying no-load power consumption down to 30 mW -- well below any current or proposed government standards.