Probably we all experienced the same situation several times trying to find a charging point wherever we are as a matter of emergency. 10 years ago, the situation was more or less the same with only a difference of technology. Since 2015 we are seeing more options to power up our devices. The majority now is using USB (universal series bus), leaving its place to wireless charging sooner or later.
As of the 1st of April of 2020, another change is happening that we need to adapt and adopt with respect to the Ecodesign Directive 2009/125/EC. This especially concerns USB socket outlet manufacturers who will be required to design and manufacture products with efficiency in mind. They will be mandated to publish active power efficiency levels in user guides, as well as on the product where possible.
This new legislation primarily highlights the importance of reducing the energy usage and provides greater insight to empower electricians and consumers to improve efficiency.
Yet awareness re..

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Electricity is an integral part of our daily life without which we cannot function smoothly and efficiently. From homes to factories to commercial buildings and hospitals, electricity plays a significant role in enabling us to conduct the most elementary functions to performing most critical life-saving actions.
A life without electricity would seem complicated as nearly every device or appliance we use depends on electricity. Since there is an increased dependency, a significant number of industries are impacted by losses that arise from unforeseen power irregularities. Many resources are also lost due to frequent power failures. Power outages are extremely prevalent across the globe, but the most affected countries are often the developing ones.
These countries are home to a variety of manufacturing industries. The industries start declining due to lack of proper infrastructure and power management. Despite industries being prevalent in a developing country, companies are still hes..

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