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post #1 of 4 Old 11-19-2012, 09:45 PM - Thread Starter
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hey guys, how much power does the Harmony One's Cradle use when the Harmony one is not charging, basically when its connected to the power outlet and idle.. ?

because i unplug the cradle from the power outlet everytime i finish charging my harmony one because im worried it draws power, and it starts to get annoying disconnecting the cradle and reconnecting everytime, do u guys do that too? does it draw alot of power by just leaving it plugged in (the cradle) all the time... ?

i mean the light on the cradle is on 24/7 if i leave it connected to the outlet so i mean it must be drawing some power for no reason.. right?
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anyone?
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Sorry, but I thought you were joking. You have a $150,000 car and are concerned about the 4 cents per year it will take to run the LED on a battery charger? The average LED uses about 40 mW. If you run it 24x7 that's about one third of a kWhr. At 11 cent per kWhr, that's 4 cents per year.
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I guess if you count the pennies you can save up enough to buy the lambos smile.gif
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