Best to remove the battery charger from the outlets if you don't have them connected on devices
Most of the people are accustomed to let the battery charge of the mobile phones in the grip of the current. This simple and seemingly innocuous gesture has an impact on your electric bill but not only. Consumption, in fact, are greater if we leave the battery charger into a wall outlet. The charger even if it is disconnected, the phone still continues to absorb current, and this is a thing not to be underestimated. All of this would happen thanks to a special transformer inside the battery charger continues to draw energy, even in small quantities. Let's see exactly how much it consumes battery charger left in power outlet.
From the online portal EnergySavingSecrets.co.uk, we read that in reality the actual consumption are 0.25 watt, who said so does not affect the electric bill much but the problem is to understand how many devices we have at home that continue to absorb energy even if not connected to equipment. So remember to unplug all appliances before going to bed in the evening and leave in the morning.
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We are talking not only mobile phones but also laptops, tablets, and the same smartphone which, as we have said previously, in the end they consume considerable quantities of energy. If you do this stress experts, you will save about € 40 a year in electricity bills and is not a little in the face of so many expenses that every year we have to deal with. In addition, beyond the costs, it is important to remember that some risks practical. For example, if you leave the charger attached to the grip of the current compromise features, and then it overheats at that point, your devices are not caricherebbero as they should. So to recap unplug all the chargers in the house, you will save 40 euros in electricity bill and you'll have the charger working without alter the components too much heat, which if attacked more in taken might have.