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    #41
    Quote Originally Posted by ghosthunter View Post

    I am actually using these timers at the office and at home.

    The security lights at the office are switched on and off using these timers.

    At home, since I have my own condo, I have the timers switch on some lights around the place so I don't get home to a totally dark home. I also have my ref on the timer (off between 1am to 5:00am), hoping to save some pesos in electric bills.

    GH, Di ba nakakasira ng ref yang practice na yan? So you do that daily on that timeframe?

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    #42
    Quote Originally Posted by chua_riwap View Post
    GH, Di ba nakakasira ng ref yang practice na yan? So you do that daily on that timeframe?

    Done daily by the timer. Ref is running fine. Just toasted one timer about over a month ago.

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    #43
    Just wondering, hoping you wouldn't mind ... bro GH, how much is your monthly electric bill ?

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    #44
    Xmas tree lights 117 watts! Hindi ko lang alam ilan ang kinabit ni mrs.

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    #45
    Quote Originally Posted by userfriendly View Post
    Xmas tree lights 117 watts! Hindi ko lang alam ilan ang kinabit ni mrs.
    based on what I measured at our office, your tree should have two sets of 100s bulbs.

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    #46
    Quote Originally Posted by ghosthunter View Post
    I also have my ref on the timer (off between 1am to 5:00am), hoping to save some pesos in electric bills.
    Ganyan din ang principle ng operation ng Tronix No-Frost Power Delay On Gadget.....

    11.6K:cheers:


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    #47
    Quote Originally Posted by userfriendly View Post

    My Asus laptop, Charging around 35 watts.

    Asus Netbook, around 40W charging.

    Lenovo Laptop, around 70W charging.

    Panasonic Stand Fan,- "1" - 50W

    Asahi Desk Fan,- "1" - 40W

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    #48
    Just bought 1 today.

    Patulong lang- di ko maintindihan yung reading ng "Power Cost". Kasi 2 reading ang lumalabas, una 3 digits na may decimal (x.xx), tapos magiging 1 digit whole number (x).

    Tapos ano ba ibig sabihin ng RT/Ratio of operation?

    Di kasi masyado detalyado ang manual.
    Thanks!

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    #49
    Acer 1830T laptop. 11.6 inch screen with ultra low voltage i3. 30 to 35 watts while charging

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    #50
    Quote Originally Posted by ghosthunter View Post
    If that is the case, I have the perfect product for you.

    CD-R King Digital Timer

    http://www.cdrking.com/?mod=products...d=6223&main=52


    http://www.cdrking.com/?mod=products...d=2710&main=52


    I am actually using these timers at the office and at home.

    The security lights at the office are switched on and off using these timers.

    At home, since I have my own condo, I have the timers switch on some lights around the place so I don't get home to a totally dark home. I also have my ref on the timer (off between 1am to 5:00am), hoping to save some pesos in electric bills.
    was doing some backreading and i saw this thread.

    GH, if you dont mind me asking, how do you use this timer with some lights in your condo?

    thanks!

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