What is Power Factor?
Super. I’m ready to find out what power factor is. To understand power factor, we’ll first start with the definition of some basic terms:
To understand power factor, we’ll first start with the definition of some basic terms:
- KW is Working Power (also called Actual Power or Active Power or Real Power).
It is the power that actually powers the equipment and performs useful work.
- KVAR is Reactive Power.
It is the power that magnetic equipment (transformer, motor and relay) needs to produce the magnetizing flux. KVA is Apparent Power. It is the “vectorial summation” of KVAR and KW.
The total contents of your mug, KVA, is this summation of KW (the beer) and KVAR (the foam).
So, now that we understand some basic terms, we are ready to learn about power factor!
|Title:||Power Factor – The Basics|
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