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Power factor correction

Discussion in 'Home Power and Microgeneration' started by Martin Riddle, Oct 10, 2008.

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  1. Vaughn Simon

    Vaughn Simon Guest

    No, I have no specific experience with that product, but I think what they
    are suggesting is utter nonsense. Unless you are generating your own power,
    there is no way that a bum power factor is costing you anything like 10% to 25%
    that they suggest. Your meter charges you only for true power. With some minor
    exceptions, (which we can discuss if you wish) power factor is mostly a problem
    for your power utility to worry about.

  2. Eeyore

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  3. Eeyore

    Eeyore Guest

    And large factories etc esp using lots of motors.

    The company in question should be prosecuted for fraud.

  4. Yea, I know. It's mostly transmission line heating that is the result.

  5. Nope I did not see the second post, even on two different news servers.

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