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Post reduce the electrical consumption
I am looking to reduce the electrical consumption of fitlet pc IA10
the fitlet runs on windows 7 x86
in the setup I have reduced the TDP but this does not change much
I also try to invalidate the sound as well as the serial port card

the best I get is a conommation of 7w

there may be another parameter that I can act

thank you


Tue Jun 21, 2016 9:35 am
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Post Re: reduce the electrical consumption
You can disable any HW that is not a must, either via BIOS or via OS settings.


Wed Jun 22, 2016 11:37 am

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Post Re: reduce the electrical consumption
mbirger wrote:
You can disable any HW that is not a must, either via BIOS or via OS settings.



thank you for your help, but i don't known wath is HW


Sun Jun 26, 2016 2:38 pm
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Post Re: reduce the electrical consumption
hardware


Wed Jun 29, 2016 12:20 pm

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Post Re: reduce the electrical consumption
ihave disable serial port and sound card
For processor in the setup i have reduce to 2 hearts and the power reduce to 4200

I made a measure at amperemeter and I find 800 mA

Do you have other ideas to reduce consumption


Mon Nov 28, 2016 8:32 pm
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Post Re: reduce the electrical consumption
I made measurements of current consumption on the pc fitlet

If I put a bar of 4 G I fitlet consumes 140 mA less than with a bar of 8G

What is strange when I stop the pc I have a current of 180 to 200 mA

The fitlet pc in operation I arrive at a consumption of 380 mA with 4 G Ram and SSD 500 G
but 180mA when the fitlet was stop that makes a lot


Sun Dec 04, 2016 5:59 pm
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Post Re: reduce the electrical consumption
This is correct.
It is also stated on fitlet spec - operation from 4.5W, which corresponds to 380mA at 12V.


Thu Dec 08, 2016 10:07 am
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