Posted February 14, 2018 10:19:18 When it comes to keeping your Android smartphone battery charged, you’re going to want to be mindful of how much power you have to use, and to balance that with the potential energy savings that come from not burning a ton of energy.
In this article, we’ll show you how to calculate how much electricity you’ll save by using a single 5-watt power source.1.
Determine how much energy you’ll need to run your Android phone for 5 hours2.
Make a note of how many minutes of battery life you’ll have for each hour3.
Add up the kWh in each hourYou’ll want to find out how much time you need to use your Android and how long it will take to recharge your battery to keep it going for 5.0 hours.
To do this, you’ll first need to determine how many hours you’ll be able to use a single charge for each charge, then use that number to calculate your kWh per hour.
To do this in the calculator, simply enter in the kWh you’d like to charge, and then click the Calculate button.
You’ll be presented with the amount of energy needed to charge your phone over the next 5 hours.
You can then enter that amount in the Total kWh column, and click the Compare button.
Now that you’ve done that, you can click the Check Now button to check the kWh meter.
You’re now on the path to getting an energy saving number, but you’ll want a good one to give yourself credit for.
That’s where the kWh Metering App comes in.