The aim of the Energy Saving Unit is to gain maximum utilization of power supplied to an electrically operated device. This is achieved through a cleverly designed device that can vastly improve on the “Power Factor Error”, which is inherent in any electrically operated system. This unit is called by our Engineers as the Energy Saving Unit. 

A brief explanation of the technology used.

Suppose: P = Real power or Active Power

                  W= Watts

                  S= Apparent power

Then P = S cos Q
P is equal to the power available for use in any device such as motors, compressors and house-hold items like air-conditioners.
The portion cos Q is always less than one, making the actual power utilized to be less than what is supplied. And thus, in any electrical device or in a completely electrically operated system, there will be inevitable power wastage due to

cos Q  factor being less that one (1). Our Energy Saving Unit works in such a way that it brings the value of cos Q  closer to one giving rise to a higher utilization of power.

Major benefits

  1. Power supply would be made to flow  much more smoothly.
  2. The fluctuation of power supply to a device will be greatly reduced.

Eg. This can easily be seen when a commonly used motor is started up and allowed to run. Then one can witness how smoothly it is working.

  1. By utilizing the above-explained technology related to powering of electrical systems, our ESU can achieve a power saving of 35%  -  50 %, which can easily be shown in your monthly electrical bill.
  2. Our ESU could be used in both DC and AC units with equal benefits.
  3. Additionally, there will be a  built in device to indicate the presence of power in the system.

Some noteworthy precautions involving the ESU

  1. This equipment is supplied in a sealed unit and hence nobody should attempt to interfere with it.
  2.  The unit will retain certain amount of power even after removing the plug off the wall.
  3. The unit should be in the “off” position when connecting or removing it from the plug base.

    The connection of an ESU to an electrical device.

  4. Before installing an ESU it is important to check whether there is a Power Factor Error.
  5. This checking will indicate various Power Factor values such as 0.45 etc. Now in this situation the power lost to the user is 
  6. By examining Fig 6 and Fig 7 one can see the initial Power Factor was 0.45. The value of it after installation of our ESU is 0.95.
  7. The improvement of power factor achieved here is 0.50. Thus, there is a gain of 0.50 in power factor, which is directly related to the net power used in the device. Hence, one can easily see that there will be monetary savings, which could be seen, in the monthly electrical bill.
  8. In a similar manner, it must be checked whether a Power Factor Error is reduced, after installing an ESU.
  9. The explanation given above is to show how to use power factor meter.
  10. If no power factor meter are available, there is no restriction to connect our ESU to any desired unit.
  11. The connection of an ESU to any electrically operated device means that, it is connected to the plug closest to the device concerned.

Iv)     It is advisable to connect our ESUs starting from the units that show the highest power factor errors.

    Power Source         :           AC 110v        - 250v
                                                    50/60 Hz
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