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The power factor is expressed as a score in numbers (0-1) 0 being a bad result and 1 being Ideal. this score is a ratio between real power absorbed in your electrical system and apparent power flowing in the system. For those who didn’t get it.. If you have a bad power factor your electrical system will be running inefficiently and will use more power for the job required.
All electrical equipment on the system effect the flow by contributing an inductive or capacitive load, too far on either end of the spectrum and the power factor will be affected.
After a PFR test has been completed and you determine what your ratio is a power factor
correction unit can be installed to the switchboard, this will significantly improve the PF and in most cases be in the range of 0.9 and above.
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