Tagged: energy saving

Valta is a system based on two main devices, a hub and several smart plugs

Valta smart plugs to save money and energy

A new way to save energy is being forged on Kickstarter. It is Valta, a system based on two main devices, a hub and several smart plugs, allowing you to save money by avoiding the famous standby lights. Obviously this is not everything and that you can remotely control how and when your devices turn on and turn off. Valta is an energy saving system that automatically detects when a device is not being used, when we are discarding quickly identifies electricity and notify us to help you save money and help the environment. It is primarily intended to prevent...

doors or drawers creates an energy that could be used to feed the Internet of things

Human movement to provide energy for the Internet of Things

In The Internet of Things, it is tells of a world in which anything can be interconnected with the rest. This gigantic network that will bring Internet to every corner of our world need energy to operate, and a group of researchers asserts that energy will provide it with our own movement. In a practical example, all packets of a post office will transmit its position, origin and destination to monitor the shipment more efficiently. And to be fed a study shows that the movement not only of people but also of doors or drawers creates an energy that could...

Philips TLED and aspires to become the substitute for the millions of fluorescent tubes that are on the roofs of half the world

Philips TLED Ultra Energy Saving Lights To Replace Fluorescent Tubes

Philips has just introduced its latest creation in the field of high-tech bulbs. Called Philips TLED and aspires to become the substitute for the millions of fluorescent tubes that are on the roofs of half the world. Qualities not lacking, the Philips TLED is able to double the brightness of traditional neon tubes, with 200 lumens per watt. In addition, their consumption of energy is exactly half. According to Philips, one-quarter of the world’s lighting systems are based on neon tubes. In the United States, these fluorescent tubes consume 200 terawatts (TWh) of electricity each year. If you replace them...