Philips’ new econova LED TV was presented with the ‘European green TV 2010-2011’ title by the European Imaging and Sound Association. Though hard to believe, the new Philips 42PFL6805 Econova Green LED TV claims to use only 40 watts in eco mode which is less than any old model incandescent bulb.
Is it just a claim?
Though the electronics manufacturer has gone far with its claims, there seems to be lot of truth in it. This new LED TV is designed to address environmental concerns in the best possible way. Compare this with any standard LED TV that consumes power of around 300 watts and an LCD TV which consumes about 100 watts.
Philips commented that they have been able to come up with this eco LED TV by utilising the most efficient LED lights and running them to their fullest potential. It has also used an effective light guide that distributes light evenly with minimal light wastage. Philips official added that another reason why the power consumption for this TV is low is because it has an accurate light sensor. This implies that the LED TV adjusts its light settings depending on the outer light conditions. This means that the sensors also consume minimal power and enhance the output, saving lot of electricity.
Role of TV wall brackets
For this LED TV, TV wall brackets are best suitable to mount it on a wall. With TV wall brackets, the LED TV can stay in a safe position and can also be moved or adjusted for superior viewing experience.