For the past 17 years, Samsung has secured a great position in the television industry by bringing new models and integrating several new functionalities according to the user’s smart needs and concerns regarding the future generation. A shining illustration of Samsung’s dedication to everyday sustainability is the newest AI Energy mode on SmartThings. The CPU and sensors that are already present in the TV are used to analyze the viewing surroundings and make the necessary adjustments automatically to conserve energy.
The South Korean tech enables AI energy modes into the smart TVs; for instance, using Neo QLED 8K 65QN800C as a base, Al Energy Mode can cut energy use by 23% compared to the ordinary mode. Real-time monitoring and environment-adaptive adjustments are made by the clever energy-saving feature. To make use of this, allow your TV’s Al processor to take care of everything by opening the SmartThings app, turning on Al Energy Mode, and then closing it. With that, monitoring and controlling all of your SmartThings devices’ energy usage can be possible using 3D Map View.
Coming to how it works, the environment adaptive brightness feature, according to the level of ambient light, automatically modifies screen brightness. The presence of a sophisticated motion sensor in the TV determines and automatically reduces the brightness when there hasn’t been any viewer activity for more than two hours. The TV’s processor analyzes on-screen motion using cutting-edge AI technology and dynamically modifies picture brightness. Now, analyzing the internal experiments between AI energy mode and normal mode, it is found that the energy-saving rate may change depending on the brightness and content of the surrounding environment.
Some Al Energy Mode features are enabled by default on units when they are shipped in Eco Mode, so the energy savings may not appear to be as great as they would be in Standard Mode. When ambient light levels are above 120 lux, some of the energy-saving capabilities of aluminum may activate, which could result in a lower energy saving rate than the 23% found in a 100 lux environment. 2023 Smart TV models (CU7000 or higher) and 2023 Lifestyle TVs (LS03C) are the models in which the AI Energy mode is accessible. Specifications and accessibility of features may differ by nation. Al Energy Mode is incompatible with modes that prioritize gaming or watching, such as Game Mode and Artificial Intelligence Mode.
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