Patrizia20

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Answer: A: Vacuum cleaner consumption in comparison
... Hi Watt, It seems to me that the new vacuum cleaner is more efficient in respect to the other. I compared how the two machines clean hair on the carpet. The old one was clumping the hair on the brush bar and to suck it I had to remove it from the brushes manually. With the new one, I just pass the ...
written 2.3 years ago by Patrizia20
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Vacuum cleaner consumption in comparison
... I just bought a new vacuum cleaner and I was curious to compare it with the old one. I used both for three minutes each and the results are as follow: - old vacuum cleaner: Electrolux Cyclone Power 2000W. I do not know the class of energy. My smart plug measured a consumption of 0.090 kW (for 3 min ...
vacuum cleaner energy consumption written 2.4 years ago by Patrizia20
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Answer: Re: measure laptop consumption
... I compared the consumption of my MacBook (6 years old laptop) fully charged and with CPU ~3% when the screen was at 100%, 70% and 50% of brightness. The Energynote device was displaying 0,015Kw for 100% of brightness, 0,010Kw for 70%, and 0,010Kw (again) for 50%. In my opinion, the screen at 100% is ...
written 2.6 years ago by Patrizia20
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Answer: Re: LED vs Halogen
... Thank you halan, this website is really interesting ...
written 2.6 years ago by Patrizia20
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Answer: Re: espresso with Dolce Gusto
... My Dolce Gusto Krups coffee machine consumes 0.010 KWh for a double espresso and 0.005 KWh for a single espresso! ...
written 2.6 years ago by Patrizia20
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Answer: Re: how many kWh per day per person
... In the GEO Ensemble booklet used for the Energyuse project is written (p. 22): "You could also use this rough guide to what the average household uses: Single person - 5 kWh/day, a couple - 10 kWh/day, a family of four - 16 kWh/day". These last 15 days I lived alone in my house since my housemate is ...
written 2.7 years ago by Patrizia20
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Answer: Re: LED vs Halogen
... Just some more details on the bulbs I bought: - 3.5W LED bulbs, 300 lumens, 3000 Kelvin (Warm White). This last value determine the colour of the light (yellow, white, or blue depending on your taste). Cost: £11.99 x 5 units on Amazon - 2.5W LED bulbs, 300 lumens, 3000 Kelvin. Cost: £10.99 x 5 unit ...
written 2.7 years ago by Patrizia20
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Answer: Re: LED vs Halogen
... It should be considered that it is recommended to change a 50W halogen bulb with a 6.5W LED bulb if you have single-spotlight lighting fixture. Instead, in the case you have multi-spotlights, you can replace the halogen bulbs with lower LEDs (e.g. 3.5W) without noticing a decrement in room brightnes ...
written 2.7 years ago by Patrizia20
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Answer: Re: leaving lights on
... It is the total consumption average per day, including lighting. ...
written 2.7 years ago by Patrizia20
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Answer: Re: leaving lights on
... I noticed that in many houses in MK the lighting fixture are multiple spotlights. When I moved in my house, each spot was provided with a 50W halogen bulb for a total of 23 spots. I changed them with 2.5W LED bulbs. The bill before the change (August, when sunset is after 9pm) was on an average of 4 ...
written 2.7 years ago by Patrizia20
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