The amount of energy used to power a device for internal reasons is commonly referred to the vampire load. With respect the Mysa Thermostat, the vampire load refers to the amount of wattage is required to actually power the thermostat itself; and nothing to do with heating the room via the heater. The vampire load for an individual Mysa thermostat is 1W, which works out to roughly one dollar per year. (~$0.80)
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- How much energy does each thermostat use by itself?
- How does Mysa turn the heater to "off" even though it is a single pole thermostat?
- Does each thermostat have it’s own WiFi receiver?
- Does Mysa use a TRIAC or a relay?
- Does Mysa use progressive heating?
- Does Mysa display the temperature in Fahrenheit or Celsius?
- What are Mysa's dimensions?
- Is Mysa a single pole or double pole thermostat?