Attention electricity guzzlers! The topic of saving energy is ever-present. Every individual can save electricity and thus money within their own four walls.
One simple and efficient step is to pay attention to the power supply of electronic devices. For example, some cables should be unplugged, especially charging cables for smartphones and laptops.
On the other hand, some apparatuses are better at remaining permanently connected to the power.
Other electrical devices, such as smart TV, are often connected to the WLAN router. These devices are also disconnected from the WLAN when the router is without power. This can lead to problems when the router is switched on: For example, settings often have to be reprogrammed.
In addition, there can also be problems when updating, as these are usually carried out at night. Therefore, you should think twice about turning off the WLAN router at night to save electricity.
Due to the OLED (“Organic Light Emitting Diode”) technology, among other things, the image sharpness is very high. In addition, the colours on the screen are more intense, and the contrasts are also more noticeable.
It’s also better not to pull the plug on OLED TVs. This is because the TV automatically updates its pixels in the background. When it is disconnected from the mains, this process is interrupted.
The picture quality will suffer if it is frequently disconnected from the mains. It would be best if you asked the manufacturer whether the TV can be regularly disconnected from the power supply.
The following should also be considered with the printer: If it is completely removed from the power supply, it readjusts and cleans itself every time it starts up. It consumes a lot of ink in the process.
An important note: Basically, a connected printer hardly needs any power.
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