# HVAC And Vampire Load Test! Trivia Quiz

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• 1.

### What has the most vampire load?

• A.

PS3

• B.

VCR

• C.

60" T.V.

• D.

Phone Charger

D. Phone Charger
Explanation
A vampire load refers to the power consumed by electronic devices even when they are not in use or on standby mode. Phone chargers are known to have vampire loads because they continue to draw power from the socket even when the phone is fully charged or not connected. This constant power consumption can lead to energy wastage and higher electricity bills. Therefore, a phone charger has the most vampire load among the given options.

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• 2.

### What is vampire load?

• A.

A vampire who drinks blood.

• B.

Electronic using energy when they're off.

• C.

A load of vampires.

B. Electronic using energy when they're off.
Explanation
Vampire load refers to electronic devices that continue to consume energy even when they are turned off or in standby mode. These devices often have standby power modes or features that allow them to quickly power up when needed. This phenomenon is called vampire load because it slowly drains energy like a vampire feeding on blood. It is important to be aware of vampire loads in order to reduce energy waste and save electricity.

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• 3.

### If you got rid of most vampire load in your house, how much money can you expect to save?

• A.

\$1,000.00

• B.

\$100.00

• C.

\$10.00

• D.

\$5.00

B. \$100.00
Explanation
By getting rid of most vampire load in your house, you can expect to save \$100.00. Vampire load refers to the energy consumed by electronic devices even when they are turned off or in standby mode. By eliminating this unnecessary energy usage, you can significantly reduce your electricity bill and save money.

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• 4.

### What is something that’s DOES NOT have a vampire load ?

• A.

Phone charger

• B.

X-Box 360

• C.

Lamps

C. Lamps
Explanation
Lamps do not have a vampire load. A vampire load refers to the energy consumed by electronic devices even when they are turned off or on standby mode. Phone chargers and X-Box 360 are examples of devices that have vampire loads because they continue to draw power even when not in use. However, lamps do not have this issue as they only consume electricity when they are turned on.

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• 5.

### Why is a programmable thermostat better than a non programmable thermostat

• A.

It will be the temperature you don't want it will be.

• B.

It programs itself by setting itself back when nobody is in the house.

• C.

All of the above

B. It programs itself by setting itself back when nobody is in the house.
Explanation
A programmable thermostat is better than a non-programmable thermostat because it has the ability to program itself by setting itself back when nobody is in the house. This feature allows for energy savings as the thermostat can automatically adjust the temperature to a more energy-efficient setting when the house is unoccupied. This helps to reduce energy consumption and save money on heating or cooling costs.

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