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Visible Energy Fights Vampire Power

5 April 2009 One Comment

visible energyTechnology.am (Apr. 5, 2009) — US Visible Energy launched stylish power strips last week that mechanically reduce wasted standby power or vampire power which includes energy-management software and electronics that will automatically record appliances’ consumption, storing such data for up to two months that enable users to control those appliances via their iPhones, iPod Touch devices, or computers, said the company CEO Marco Graziano last week.

Power vampires are estimated to consume from 7 percent to a whopping 40 percent of household electricity. Visible Energy’s strips will enable users to control all the switches remotely, so they can turn several — or all of them — on or off at once. The strips can also be used in conjunction with timers, so that appliances are automatically shut off at pre-determined times.

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