Power Factor Correction

Power factor is the ratio of working power to apparent power. When apparent power (kVA) is greater than working power (kW), the utility must supply the excess reactive current plus the working current. By providing the reactive current, power factor correction controllers reduce the total amount of current your system must draw from the utility. Power factor correction provides many benefits, including reduced electric utility bills, increased system capacity, improved voltage, and reduced losses. 

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