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This web page documents a variety of electronic devices and their power usage. You can take a look at these measurements to get an idea how much electricity you are using. The measurements are taken using an electricity usage measurement device, such as a "Kill A Watt" (see "Related Links" below). If you measure the electricity usage of your automation devices, please update this page and add it to the list below.

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Device
Amp
Watt
Notes
3 Feet Fiber Optic Decorative Tree
0.11
12
BellSouth Digital Answering System
0.03
1
Brinks Mechanical Timer 42-1020
0.0
0
Nothing plugged into the timer.
Canon Compact Power Adapter CA-PS400
0.15
10
Charging
Casio Lithium-Ion Battery Charger BC-60L
0.04
3
Charging
Frog Humidifier WA-85
0.26
24
Holiday Time 200 Count Mini Light Set
0.37
44
Non-blinking
Olympus Camedia Ni-MH Battery Charger BU-100
0.07
5
Charging
Panasonic Lumix DE-A11 Battery Charger
0.04
3
Charging
Pandigital PAN7059MW03 7" LCD Digital Photo Frame
0.04
2
Philips 10FF2CMI 10" Digital PhotoFrame
0.12
8
Slide show mode.
Philips NANT410 Amplified Indoor Antenna
0
0
Current draw must be so small that it doesn't register on Kill-A-Watt.
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T11 Digital Camera
0.04 (0.03)
2 (1)
Charging (on)
Spirit Halloween Fog Machine FX-A (Timer Controlled)
5.49 (0.18)
643 (14)
Heating (Pumping/Fogging)
Spirit Halloween Fog Maker Illusion (Mist Maker)
0.22
23
Thera Spa Percussion Massager
0.23
7
Mode 1
Wahl Homepro Adjustable Powerdrive Electronic Clipper
0.31
9
Mode 1

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