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In current conditions, where improvement in technology is increasing, power optimization is a serious concern and mobile conditions are perceived. The goal is to create an effective system to lower energy usage and improve other metrics' efficiency. With the add-on of various remote access mechanisms, heterogeneous wireless systems can control in the next generation wireless networks. A Mobile Adhoc NETworks (MANET) is a network that consumes a considerable amount of energy while binding with other neighbouring nodes within its scope, data transfer and retrieval. Limited battery life is a significant constraint in mobile ad-hoc systems. It is not always possible to reload / substitute a mobile node. Power consumption occurs during data transmission, receipt, mobility and so on. Strom failure affects the entire network life, leading to loss of efficiency. In order to achieve power conservation, several research projects have been proposed. As most mobile hosts use a limited resource battery, the capabilities of a node are limited. In this paper we address the energy consumption reduction models which can be accomplished by algorithms and minimized connection failures. A large number of computational resources including CPU time, battery power, and memory consume the cryptographic / compression algorithms. With a suitable rate, CPU and memory usability increase, but battery technology is slowly moving up. Battery gap is created by the issue of the slower increase in technology. In view of battery usage, the design of effective and reliable protocols for wireless devices should consider how encryption techniques influence battery power consumption with and without data transmission. Furthermore, due to the high mobility of nodes, connection failures play a key role in energy consumption. In this paper, an effective power consumption reduction strategy with Power Reduction Mode (PRM) is introduced that improves the system performance levels by reducing the energy utilization of nodes when they are idle.