A UK supplier of smart energy solutions called Domina Ltd has introduced a new line of products aimed at helping you to save energy in the home, thereby not only saving you money but helping the environment as well. The new product is called Bye Bye Standby and is an easy to use energy saving kit.
The system consists of an adapter that you plug into the mains and then connect your gear to. The starter kit includes one remote control, a group control and a pair of outlet adapters. Once connected the group control allows you to turn all of a group on or off at once from up to 30m.
The adapters are capable of up to 64 different codes allowing for 64 different groups. Once installed, you can use the remote to turn off items that consumer power when not in use like your printer, router or TV. This eliminates wasted energy to devices that aren’t being used. The maker claims that its system could eliminate power leakage and save up to $273 annually.
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