Direct Current vs Alternate Current
So what exactly is the problem with powering electronic devices using AC power?
All electronic devices are powered via DC using an AC/DC adapter plug. The only reason we are using AC power is because of our inherited and out of date power grid infrastructures. ELe®’s unique Low Voltage power infrastructures eliminate the waste of AC/DC conversion and can run electronic devices far more efficiently making significant energy cost and carbon emission savings.
See our video (left) to find out more about AC / DC power.
Extreme Low Energy Solutions
Our DC infrastructures are now enabling a new generation of low-energy modular buildings that are quick and easy to install for affordable housing, student accommodation and a host of other building requirements.
Our innovative low energy power over ethernet infrastructure can transform your business’s financial profile delivering game-changing savings in energy bills, carbon emissions and reduced cables and AC plug points.
Saving Energy Costs & Carbon for Schools
ELe®’s award-winning ICT infrastructure is uniquely designed to deliver reliable, high performance computing for students and staff at a fraction of the energy consumption and carbon footprint.
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