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Panasonic cares. That's why we've designed this calculator to inform you about the
impact of Panasonic VIErA on the environment.
Our calculation tool shows you how much it costs to run our TVs.
AVG. VIEWING HOURS PER DAY
Your average viewing per day may vary. You can adjust this value to match your own
Note: the average australian TV watching in 2007 was 2h per day (Nielsen Online's
10th Australian Internet & Technology Report).
ELECTRICITY COST Kwh
Your power rate may vary, depending on where you live and your electricity providers
tariff. You can adjust this value to match your electricity tariff . This can be
found on your electricity bill.
If you are on a time of use tariff, you will need to estimate the average tariff
applicable for the periods that the appliance is used.
The electricity tariff is entered as cents per kilowatt hour (Kwh)
The tariff given by Panasonic is a general rate.
Note: The Australian Govt website (http://www.energyrating.gov.au/) uses $0.17 Kwh
as a base general tarrif rate
NORMAL (HOME) MODE:
Power consumption based on 'Home' menu selection during product installation, using
factory default 'Normal' Picture Menu Viewing Mode.
Tested in accordance with draft IEC62087 (2nd Edition).
QUARTERLY COST OF RUNNING TV:
Quarterly cost is calculated as follow: ((Daily TV "on" hours)+(Daily TV "standby"
hours) X 91.25 days.
Daily TV "on" hours is based on Normal (Home) picture mode, tested in accordance
with IEC62087 Ed. 2 2008.
Energy consumption and running costs will depend on how you adjust and use your
QUARTERLY COST COMPARED:
Comparison Star TV $ value is the calculated mean (ie; mid point) for that star,
based on the same screen size.
ELECTRICITY COSTS: (pie chart)
The base calculation of this chart is: Quarterly cost of running your TV / Your
quarterly Electricity bill.