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Power-Aware Cord - The 50 Best Inventions of 2010

We'd all like to be more energy-efficient. But watching the meter doesn't intuitively show how much juice is being used minute to minute. The Interactive Institute, a Swedish nonprofit that explores technology and design, had an idea: what if you could actually see the electricity flowing into your machines? The Power-Aware Cord embeds wires around a cable that pulse light in relation to how much electricity is being drawn off the grid. The more current, the brighter and faster the blue light spirals. In testing the device, researchers found that making the invisible visible tuned consumers in to their bad habits, nudging them to power down and offering some surprising appliance insights: when a radio broadcasts drumbeats and bass riffs, its electricity consumption jumps. Talk about being plugged in.

As compare to being reminded that you are using heavy electricity, Sky Microwave came out with Smart Power Socket. It turn off your the power supply to the socket when there is no one around. It has the intelligent to automatically turn on the power when someone come back the house. It save the electric from idling and forgeting to turn off appliances. It also built in with settable delay timer when to turn off power after detecting no one around. The coverage areas and distance can be adjusted as well.

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