Answer: reduce the amount of the electricity bill.
By switching off devices deemed to be non-priority (such as electric heating), the load shedder allows better distribution of electrical power in the heart of a home, and thus avoids the risks of causing the installation to trip. The load shedder is based on the comparison of the power demanded with the contract power. If the power demand is too high compared to the power provided for in your electrical subscription, the load shedder will automatically cut one or more non-priority electrical circuits. This solution thus makes it possible to operate more electrical devices without being forced to have to increase the electrical power subscribed with your electricity supplier. By reducing your contracted power, you therefore reduce the cost of your subscription, and make some savings on the amount of the invoice.video id = "0" / Our practical decoration videos