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New CE Power Standard Affects Radio Receivers

May 23, 2014

The Consumer Electronics Association has approved a new standard to help CE devices manage their power consumption.

CEA-2047, CE-Energy Usage Information, can apply to radio receivers as well. Overall, the spec enables consumer electronics devices to communicate how much energy they use to consumers’ computers, mobile devices running “smart energy” apps and third-party energy management services.

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