'Vampire' Charger and Standby Energy Loss Prevention method
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The California Energy Commission on a 3-0 vote Thursday 01/12/2011 approved first-in-the-nation efficiency standards targeting about 170 million so-called vampire charging systems in California that waste as much as 60% of the electricity they suck from outlets.
Effective date is 02/01/2013 for Consumer Electronic Chargers;
01/01/2014 for Industrial Charger such as folklift chargers and
01/01/2017 for Commercial Equipment Chargers.
The ubiquitous chargers — the average California home has 11 of them — have been dubbed "vampires" by energy experts. That's because they continuously draw small amounts of power from the grid when they're plugged into the wall, even if no device is connected to the charger or the device is attached but switched off.
Vampire Electronics Stoppers, Inc. has developed a method of automatically start a charging cycle of a device and disconnected it from the power source when the charging cycle is completed, 100% eliminating the standby energy waste problem. Vampire Electronics Stoppers also has invented another method to eliminate all phantom electricity load or standby power consumption. This is accomplished with a simple in-line battery relay/circuitry. When the electronic product is turned off, its standby mode is powered by the battery in the circuit so when you activate the product to “wake” it up, it is ready for use. Once an electronic product is “awake” and operating normally the battery is re-charged
We are looking for companies who want to have their products complied with this new California Energy Standard.
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