Save electricity with the new Aztech PSC100 S-Plug | IT Products Review

Over the weekend, I managed to get this new innovative product from Aztech. Simple concept but goes a long way to help us reduce our carbon footprint.



Aztech PSC100 S-Plug is a powersaving plug that automatically switches off attached electronic devices which are in standby mode.

Appliances on standby mode still consume electricity, even though they are not actually on. Aztech S-Plug intelligently turns off the standby mode automatically to save power and lower electricity bills.

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Setting it up is pretty straightforward:

a. Connect the series of appliances (including the main remote controlled device e.g. TV) onto the Aztech S-Plug

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b. Learn the IR ‘power on’ on the remote for the primary device

c. Put all the connected devices in standby mode

d. Activate learning mode for Aztech S-Plug

e. Done. The S-plug will automatically cut off the electricity when all connected devices in standby mode for 15 seconds. One can turn on the S-Plug by using the same remote to turn on the primary device.

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Technically, there should be decent energy saving but will check against the monthly power bill when it comes!

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  3 comments for “Save electricity with the new Aztech PSC100 S-Plug | IT Products Review

  1. Raymond
    February 11, 2013 at 8:49 am


    Thanks for the review. Can I check when all your devices are now in the off state and you press the power button on your primary remote (TV), it will only trigger the aztech s-plug to supply power to the devices. So i assume u have to press the power remote again to on your TV?

    • Alan Soon
      February 11, 2013 at 10:02 am

      Yes. Quite a straightforward step 😉

  2. Alex
    February 21, 2013 at 12:20 pm


    Thanks for the review. You have been using this PSC100 device for few months now.
    From the electricity bill, how much did you save monthly say from Nov 2012 until now?

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