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Power for a VDSL modem/router.
In article ,
Part of the problem with LED bulbs is that they may be remote controlled (eg
Philips Hue) and so there is permanent power to the bulb's contacts, with a
quiescent current to drive the electronics that listens for "switch on"
signals from a phone app, Alexa or a remote RF-driven light switch. I wonder
what that quiescent power consumption is in that situation.
Someone measured between 0 and 0.3 watts for Hue bulbs:
The Zigbee network used for Hue is designed to have very low power
consumption - the switches can run for a year or more on a battery,
though the bulbs will use more as they act as relays. Wi-fi is likely
to use substantially more.
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