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Automatic TV Power Down - £3.00 @ EON Shop

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E.ON has a limited number of

TV PowerDowns available for £3 each

- saving you £15 off the retail price
* Automatically switches off all the home entertainment equipment connected
to your TV when you press the standby button on your remote control
* Switches it all back on again when you turn your TV back on using the remote
* Limited stock, 140,000 available
* Limited to 1 per household

Eliminating standby use in our homes is not always easy. That little red light on your television and home entertainment additions such as surround sound amplifiers, DVD Players and games consoles are needlessly costing you money every hour.

Our TV PowerDown automatically switches these TV peripherals on and off when you turn your TV on and off. It learns to recognise the signal from your television remote control. This enables it to activate your television automatically into standby mode whenever you are ready to use it. And when you have finished using your television you switch it off in the normal way using your remote control and the TV PowerDown does the rest!

Key Features:
- Auto-calibration system will only switch your boxes on/off when appropriate. At the right time, every time.
- TV PowerDown uses approximately 0.5 watts.
- Total Maximum Power 13 amps.
- Built in surge protection
- Permanent On Socket - The dedicated socket is designed specifically for any box that requires permanent power such as Sky.
- Saves an average 11 watts per hour depending on the number of connected boxes. This product can pay for itself in less than two years of use.
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#1
Does anybody know if this would work when using the TV's sleep timer rather than switching off using the remote?
#2
Previously listed !
#3
do modern tv's use loads of electricity on standby?
3 Likes #4
COMARANTZ
Previously listed !

My apologies if it's re posted. I'm on here everyday and didn't see it. A search for Eon and TV power down didn't bring back any results and the tool during posting didn't tell me it was a repost.

Still if this helps just 1 person then surely it's worth it?
#5
ionaming
Does anybody know if this would work when using the TV's sleep timer rather than switching off using the remote?

I have this and it has a infra-red receiver that gets the signal from your TV remote when you press the off button , so I wouldn't think so ..
Its great turns my kids wii off and our speakers as well as dvd and the table lamp , can be used with a gangway socket
#6
ionaming
Does anybody know if this would work when using the TV's sleep timer rather than switching off using the remote?
Yip, got one when it was previously listed and it works when the tv powers down on the sleep timer. Takes a couple of minutes then it turns it off. Going to grab another one for the upstairs tv. Cheers op for reminding me to get another.
#7
good price,i got 2 of them when they were free using a coupon from the news of the world a while back,
works really well, wouldn't have paid full price but for £3 its hot from me.
#8
I stand corrected
#9
This thing still uses electricity. Much simpler and cheaper in the long run to get a multi-plug extension and switch off at the socket.
#10
can you use this for something other than tv?
1 Like #11
Downloader
can you use this for something other than tv?

The point of this little contraption in my case is I will have my TV,Amp, Subwoofer, Playstation, Virgin media box,Wifi and Wii all plugged through this devise. When you press the standby on your TV remote the signal will be received by the plug and switch it all off.

A rough guild to what you are using by having standby on is in this link

http://www.which.co.uk/environment-and-saving-energy/energy/guides/how-to-use-less-electricity/technology-and-standby/
#12
At that price it will do me.
#13
Got a power down peripheral socket for my computer,but still uses 12 watts when switched off.
#14
peterwain
Got a power down peripheral socket for my computer,but still uses 12 watts when switched off.


This one uses approximately 0.5 Watt
#15
Kurvz
ionaming
Does anybody know if this would work when using the TV's sleep timer rather than switching off using the remote?

I have this and it has a infra-red receiver that gets the signal from your TV remote when you press the off button , so I wouldn't think so ..
Its great turns my kids wii off and our speakers as well as dvd and the table lamp , can be used with a gangway socket

you have a remote controlled table lamp?
#16
this is just dam rite lazy, get up and turn it off lol
#17
moz123
Kurvz
ionaming
Does anybody know if this would work when using the TV's sleep timer rather than switching off using the remote?

I have this and it has a infra-red receiver that gets the signal from your TV remote when you press the off button , so I wouldn't think so ..
Its great turns my kids wii off and our speakers as well as dvd and the table lamp , can be used with a gangway socket

you have a remote controlled table lamp?

well this gadget can turn it into one yes :)
4 Likes #18
leedale30
do modern tv's use loads of electricity on standby?


Ones made in the last 10 years hardly any, but this plug uses 0.5W which is twice the amount that my TV does. What a ridiculous product.
#19
I've got one of these, great idea and can program your tv remote to turn loads of items by using a four or six way exension strip. I actually got mine free by chance, doing a search on google and I think there's a few companies that give these away free as a government incentive for us all to be a bit greener..
2 Likes #20
I just turn all electrical appliances off at the socket when I'm not using them. Cheap and Simple.

Edited By: markwigg on May 14, 2011 13:34
#21
Excellent. Ordered. :)
1 Like #22
or just flick the switch on the wall....
#23
Snapdragon: maybe your tele only uses 1 watt on standby. But check your virgin box / sky box. Those a LOT more. Mine uses about 12.5 watt on standby.

Count up all the devices you use simultaneously with your tv and it soon adds up.
#24
parkee
this is just dam rite lazy, get up and turn it off lol


You probably have a TV and DVD Player and nothing else.

Picture another scenario of multiple home cinema devices, TV, PS3, Receiver, Satellite Receiver, PVR, Xbox 360, CD Player, DVD-A/SACD Player, HD DVD Player, DVD Recorder and a homeplug setup all in a cabinet under your tv fed from more than one extension lead.

Still think people are lazy? Or can you only picture your own scenario?
#25
Not much use if you record programs on Sky/Virgin.
I dont have Virgin but Sky takes ages to turn on after being powered off on the wall.

Good price.

Edited By: devan963 on May 14, 2011 14:31: why not?
#26
devan963
Not much use if you record programs on Sky/Virgin.
I dont have Virgin but Sky takes ages to turn on after being powered off on the wall.

Good price.


There are two sockets, it is like a double plug, one of which it states can be used for your PVR device which it doesn't switch off, so perfect use!
#27
leedale30
do modern tv's use loads of electricity on standby?


Yes they do,surprisingly. Need to check your manual though as it varies from tv to tv
2 Likes #28
Cannot believe the amount of whinging toms as late on here that do not read the info, or do not seem to see how an item is of use to anyone if their own electronics equipment is menial.....HUKD is becoming a joke and hard work for anyone posting a deal due to all this.
#30


Does not work :

Offer extended! Please register by 12th May 2011, don't forget to let your family and friends know.

It is now the 14th May.
#31
I got this free last time :)
#32
Keep getting messaging saying "We were unable to process your order due to technical difficulties. Please try again later, alternatively call 0845 217 7922 to place your order."
#33
This us a great idea - odered one, thanks for the post as hadnt seen before.

P :)
#34
hot if you need one but can often get them free so not soo great if ur getting it for the sake of it
#35
looks like a good product.
is it restricted to one per household? can not seem to add more than one in to my shopping trolley.
#36
amazing how polarized people can be over something simple like this. world peace anyone?
#37
peterwain
Got a power down peripheral socket for my computer,but still uses 12 watts when switched off.
The PC version is fundamentally different in that the PC always remains powered, only the peripherals get turned off. Now a modern PC should only use 0.5W when off or 2W on standby - but older ones can suck quite a bit of power.

This one switches off the TV, too, so it should really only use 0.5W when off. That is pretty much the same as a modern TV, but for an old one (even an old flat screen) it make quite a difference, especially if other devices are involved, too (set top boxes are quite power hungry).
#38
It's a great idea, and worth three quid.

But don't worry about this "save £15 of retail price" - it's total tosh.

You'd have to search far and wide to pay that much, in fact, you'd need to be certified to pay much over a fiver.

But get one anyway ;)
#39
2 years pay back time hahahahahahahha

cmon £3 in 2 years, u might as well pay the queen for her million dollar tax funded lifestyle mate
#40
Ive have one of these and it works great, makes a real difference when you plugin media players and other stuff. They also do a Desktop PowerDown for your PC with built in anti surge which also works great, but cheaper on eBay.



Edited By: Sholan on May 14, 2011 17:40

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