5 devices that unexpectedly use a lot of electricity
We often think that air conditioners use more electricity, without realizing that many other appliances in the home can also add to electricity bills.
While the air conditioner is used only occasionally, the refrigerator is a device that runs 24/7 except during power outages. Therefore, refrigerators, although small in capacity, are still the most energy consuming appliances. Specifically, a small refrigerator of about 150 liters with a power of 100-150 W consumes 4-5 kWh of electricity per day. With a larger capacity refrigerator, you use more electricity, about 6 kWh per day.
Air conditioning fan
Normally, the small air conditioner fan has a power of 60W, and the larger type with a 45L tank capacity can reach 180W. Using an air conditioning fan about 10 hours a day consumes 1.8 amounts. Electricity In one month (30 days), the air conditioning fan uses 54 hours of electricity.
desktop or laptop
On average, a desktop or laptop computer can consume around 96W of electricity per day. Putting the device to sleep can increase this number even more.
Even if you shut down the computer with the shutdown command and the charger is still connected, it continues to draw power.
The power of a 32-inch TV is about 40W, the 40-inch type is about 65W, it consumes about 1kWh of electricity in 15.4 hours. Therefore, television is a device that consumes a lot of energy.
Usually we turn off the TV with the remote control, but it puts it in standby mode and consumes between 0.3 and 0.5 W of electricity. You may think this number is insignificant, but when you add up the whole year, it’s not small at all.
Rice cookers with a capacity of 1.2 liters usually range between 350W and 400W. If you cook for about 2 hours, the rice cooker can consume 0.75 electricity. The higher the power, the higher the power. In addition, if the rice cooker is not cleaned for a long time, the heating plate will become dirty, conduct heat poorly, increase the cooking time and consume more electricity.
Therefore, you should clean the rice cooker regularly to remove stains. In addition, the cooking time should be adjusted according to the food, do not overcook the rice, which will prolong the hot incubation time, and this may consume more electricity. Once the rice is cooked, you can unplug it.
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