Overview

Enormous amounts of wasted electricity accelerate global warming

Without unplugging the power cords of your equipment, Stand-by Power is continuously used for your PCs and peripherals.
The amount of electricity wasted while the equipment is turned off but still plugged-in accounts for 13% of the total electricity consumption in domestic and industrial use. For computers, the cost of "Wasted Power in Use" amounts to 4.3 billion dollars every year.
"Wasted Power in Use" on electrical devices is more than 10 times that of "Stand-by Power" on the devices that are turned off and accounts for over 50% of their total electricity consumption.

A great amount of electricity is consumed by PCs, monitors, printers, scanners, fans, heaters, etc. while you are away from your desk and leaving your equipment idle.
This is referred to as "Wasted Power in Use", and billions of dollars are wasted as electricity cost annually.
"Stand-by Power" and "Wasted Power in Use" are the major causes of fire from short circuits.

A tremendous amount of energy is wasted in offices.

How much energy is wasted by keeping electrical devices on without using them?
Even during meetings, phone calls, interviews, meals, and outings, electricity is consumed.
"Wasted Power in Use" on electrical devices is more than 10 times that of "Stand-by Power" on the devices that are turned off and accounts for over 50% of their total electricity consumption.

With this in mind, Checktap, an automatic energy-saving control system for PCs, was devised to keep every element of waste in check on behalf of the user, automatically cutting off all wasted power, including stand-by power, and enabling detailed tracking and monitoring of the energy saved. It is a revolutionary next-generation multi-socket power outlet that communicates with the PC via the USB interface and can be controlled through software.

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