Posts Tagged ‘electricity’

Goodbye, Disposable Battery

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

Disposable Battery

This has been coming for a while now, but: the disposable battery is on its death bed thanks to the heavy use of non-user-serviceable, cheap, rechargeable, and durable batteries in modern devices. But is this necessarily a good thing? Let’s analyze this.

Saving Key Devices From Surges

Thursday, October 13th, 2011


Due to a change in the type of power plug that ships with smaller devices (i.e. the “magic little boxes” that us integrators install for clients) in the past several years, said devices and power supplies are more apt to be wiped out by lightning and power spikes than older supplies in exchange for a lower manufacturing cost. However, with a simple change in how you merely plug it in, you can alleviate this key disadvantage AND lower your electricity bill in one fell swoop.

How to Cut Electricity Costs (Without Spending Money)

Sunday, September 25th, 2011

Save energy by using these tips and make your outlets happy again!

Appalled by your electricity bill or just want to cut costs where you can in this horrendous economy? Well here are some energy management tips you can employ that cost little to nothing to implement, but save you loads on your electricity usage (which you can verify using our TED Energy Management products).

Most of these rules I myself use, and my power bill is $50.


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