Tips on Reducing the Radiation Impact of Gadget Screens from IPB Academics
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The Covid-19 outbreak and the Large-Scale Social Restrictions (PSBB) policy require more people to work with gadgets (gadgets), including students when studying at home. Conditions during the pademic have certainly resulted in an increase in the use of electronic devices, specifically some devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops or notebooks. The Directorate General of Electricity at the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) noted that there has been an increase in household electricity consumption by 1-3 percent since there was an appeal to work from home or learn from home. Lecturer in the Department of Mechanical and Biosystem Engineering, Faculty of Agricultural Technology, University of IPB Lilis Sucahyo said, exposure to screen radiation or monitors from electronic devices during activities could cause side effects. Also read: Defense University Open S1 Registration, Free Tuition While learning or working online is the best choice during a pandemic, there is also the effect of radiation exposed to daytime devices that also need attention. Behind the beauty of color and appearance on various devices, he continued, Light Emitting Diode (LED) screen technology, which is widely applied to various devices such as lights, televisions, computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones, has negative effects such as blue rays (blue light radiation) )). “Some laptop users report that they feel sore when looking at the screen for a long time, tired eyes, dry eyes and refractive problems,” he said as quoted by the IPB page, Tuesday (05/05/2020).
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