Fun fact: We don't need to shut down smart TV completely


There is no need to completely cut off the electricity to the TV set. Many of today's electronic products are equipped with smart operating systems, designed to dilute the concept of shutdown. Such as Windows default shutdown is sleep, sleep is the meaning of you don't need to save all kinds of the job at hand before shutdown, but directly into sleep mode, only for memory power supply, power consumption is negligible, and then when you wake up the system again, one is awakened is almost a second boot, and then all the work before you (such as in the edit PPT) you can continue to do right away. My own laptop shuts down only when Windows updates require a reboot.

Whether it is android or apple's tvOS, if the power is completely cut off, it will take more than 30 seconds for the cold reboot of the system, and it will take another period of time for the system to complete the loading of various backgrounds after the boot, and the cold boot phase of the TV consumption is relatively high. In the case of continuous power, simply press the power button of the remote control to "shut down", and the TV will enter the standby mode of ultra-low power consumption. The power consumption is less than 0.5W, which is negligible. It will be switched on again in seconds, and the image will come out immediately (in the case of connected HDMI signal input).

Additional dozen precautionary needle is aimed at those who like to drill into a bull's eye to say what long time do not see to want to pull plug of, you this is not nonsense, if you are not at home for a long time, you should turn off your home power main switch.

When the TV is on standby, it will continue to work in the background for a few minutes before falling asleep. So just standby power measurement of course is high. Wait for a while after the TV is fully asleep standby power consumption must be lower than 0.5W.

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