save electric bill,increase power factor,environmentally friendly
10years of one Jumbo intelligent three phase industry power saver box
No.s of LCD:
3 pcs for an intelligent three phase industry power saver box
50/60hz of an intelligent three phase industry power saver box
pearl wool and paper carton
5000 Set/Sets per Month Jumbo electricity saver industry
Packaging & Delivery
1.each 380V electricity bill reducing is packed inside of paper carton and protected by pearl wool.
2.every three sets or two sets of Jumbo intelligent industry power saver box is packed in one bigger carton.
Jumbo Intelligent&Automatic three phase industry power saver box
Automatic CT orientation - Easy to install
You don’t need to worry about the orientation of the CT sensor on your cables. The software will automatically calibrate and adjust.
Jumbo intelligent three phase industry power saver box uses special filtering components to insure harmonics. High harmonic distortion can damage sensitive electronic equipment.
Overvoltage causes a reduction in equipment lifetime and increases in energy consumed with no improvement in performance. Jumbo intelligent industry power saver box control the voltage to avoid overvoltage.
Power Factor / Current (I) / Voltage (U) / Amp Saving (S)
CE / RoHS
How Does Jumbo Three Phase Industry Power Saver Box Work?
Principles of Power Factor
Jumbo intelligent three phase industry power saver box , called apparent power (kw), is made of two components: active power (kW) and reactive power (KW). The power factor of an AC electrical power system is defined as the ratio of the real power flowing to the load, to the apparent power in the circuit. Power Factor =1, means that there is no Reactive Power on the circuit. Power Factor =0, means that there is only Reactive Power on the circuit.
Reactive Power Compensation
Some equipment requires reactive power to work. They are inductive loads such as appliances with motors and transformers including air-conditioners, washers, dryers, refrigerators, induction motor, pumps, fans, power transformer, lighting ballasts, welder or induction furnace, etc.
But instead of “asking” reactive power from your electricity supplier and let this reactive power run all over your circuit, you can use condensers to generate reactive power.
The reactive power generated will be used by your equipment. Since you don’t need reactive power from outside anymore, the total power required from you electricity supplier (active + reactive) is less important.