Samsung Solves: How to use AI Energy-Saving Features for a More Sustainable TV Screen Experience
Live smart with Samsung TV’s AI Energy Mode, and reduce your energy usage by up to 12%
LONDON, United Kingdom – 20th October 2023 – Samsung has introduced a clever feature on Samsung’s TV range which can reduce energy consumption by up to 12%, helping people save money by cleverly detecting if you are in the room or not and dimming accordingly.
As more people become energy-conscious, consumers are seeking new ways to be mindful of their environmental impact, reduce their carbon footprint and save money where they can. This simple feature can mean saving valuable pounds off your energy bill as it analyses your usage to save you money.
Samsung Electronics, a global leader in the TV industry, has been propelling its commitment towards sustainable tech through a series of new features, including AI Energy Mode. This feature can be easily accessed through the SmartThings app, Samsung’s integrated and expansive multi-device ecosystem controller, so users can easily lower their energy consumption and monitor their homes’ energy usage – starting with the television.
What is AI Energy Mode?
- A smart energy-saving feature which monitors energy usage in real-time and adjusts to the environment. It works by using the TV’s built-in processor and sensors to analyse viewing environments and ambient light and automatically adjusts relevant settings to save energy.
How do I use it?
- The feature will be powered by Samsung’s SmartThings app, which serves as a remote control for the entire home. Simply open the SmartThings app, activate AI Energy Mode and let the TV’s AI processor handle the rest.
- What’s more, the immersive 3D Map View on the SmartThings app shows a bird’s eye view of the home so users can easily see their devices* at-a-glance to oversee and manage energy consumption.
What does AI Energy Mode do?**
- Environment Adaptive Brightness: The built-in light sensor automatically adjusts screen brightness based on surrounding light conditions. Using advanced motion sensor, the TV automatically dims brightness when it detects no viewer actively for more than two hours.
- Content Adaptive Brightness: Using advanced AI technology, the TV’s processor analyses on-screen motion and dynamically adjusts scene brightness.
What are the benefits?
- Al Energy Mode can reduce energy consumption by 12 percent1, enabling users to take a step towards an eco-conscious future.
- Generate real-time hourly, daily, weekly and monthly records of energy consumption and comparative cost for the specified timeframe. Users can also diagnose usage patterns of the TV and detect situations where they are wasting energy or exceeding a set budget for the month.
 AI Energy Mode is available on SmartTV models released in 2023 (CU7000 or higher) and Lifestyle TV models released in 2023 (LS03C or higher).
 Based on Neo QLED 8K 65QN800C. Energy consumption results, Al Energy Mode based on internal tests. Energy saving rate is based on internal tests, may vary depending on ambient brightness and content. 12% saving rate is measured in the ambient illuminance 100 lux environment, and in an environment exceeding 120 lux, some of the Al energy saving functions may work, which may reduce the energy saving rate.
*Compatible devices required.
**Energy saving may vary according to model, viewing conditions or types of content. Does not work with gameplay or viewing priority modes. Energy savings based on internal test results and may vary. Requires SmartThings app, Internet connection, and SmartThings enabled devices. Adaptive Brightness will not operate in environments exceeding 80 lux.