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31.01
2017
New Service Pack 16.0 available
As of 31 January 2017, CECED/PI has published Service Pack 16.0. Key changes in this version of the PI Standard are: new product group (venting hobs), new fields concerning F-gas Regulation requirements, and eco-design requirements for hobs. In addition, the latest version reflects a complete update of both large and certain small home appliances. To facilitate an overview of the changes made with this new service pack, please also find available for download a new comparison sheet: 15.3 – 16.0.
 
01.02
2016
New Service Pack 15.3 available
As of 1 February 2016, CECED/PI has published Service Pack 15.3. A key change in this new version of the PI Standard is the introduction of the mandatory use of the new Energy Labels for water heaters. In addition, three new Product Groups have been introduced or extended significantly: cleaning robot, rotary ironer and steam ironing system. To facilitate an overview of the changes made with this new service pack, please also find available for download a new comparison sheet: 15.2 - 15.3.
 
07.01
2015
New Service Pack 15.2 available
As of 7 January 2015, CECED/PI has published Service Pack 15.2. This new version of the PI Standard introduces the mandatory use of the new Energy Labels for cooking appliances: ovens, double ovens, cookers, double cookers, and hoods. In addition, to facilitate an overview of the changes made with this new service pack, please also find available for download a new comparison sheet: 15.1.1 - 15.2.
 
01.10
2014
New service pack 15.1.1 available
As of 1 October 2014, CECED/PI has published Service Pack 15.1.1. This new version of the PI Standard makes a slight amendment to the previous 15.1 version, in that it embeds the unit of measure inside the field names to ensure full compatibility with internal and external databases.
 
12.09
2014
New service pack 15.1 available
As of 12 September 2014, CECED/PI has published Service Pack 15.1. In addition to general maintenance of the database, this new version of the PI Standard incorporates the mandatory nature of the new energy labels for vacuum cleaners.
 
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