Electrical Calculations Sheet -Sub




Capacitor Sizing for Power Factor Correction
 

1- Need for Power Factor Correction & Economic Screening Worksheet



 
This step is used to determine the need for power factor correction capacitors for existing installation by determination of the approximate savings possible through power factor penalty reduction and loss reduction. Then the savings are compared with the probable cost of capacitors to determine if it is economical.


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2- AccuSine Sizing Spreadsheet

AccuSine Sizing Spreadsheet is designed to correct for harmonics and poor displacement power factor. By entering the information in the attached spreadsheet, the program will define the amount of corrective current to be provided by the AccuSine® PCS to meet the objective.




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3- Power Factor Table Calculator

The Power Factor Table Calculator can be used to determine the capacitor kVAR required to improve PF of a single load or entire power system. Actual power factor, peak kilowatt demand and desired PF are required. The best source of this information is the monthly utility bill or other local monitoring equipment. A calculation of each months data for a 12 month period is recommended to determine the maximum kVAR required. 





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4- Eaton Power Factor Correction Calculator



 
 
Function of the calculator:

Are you interested in learning more about the possibility of lowering your facilities' monthly utility bill? Eaton's electrical products for Power Factor Correction and Harmonic Mitigation correct poor Power Factor By entering the utility data for your facility, the Eaton Power Factor Correction Calculator helps you to determine how a higher Power Factor may reduce your monthly utility bill.
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5- Arteche Reactive Power and Harmonic Resonance Point Calculator
 
 
 
 
This calculator includes (4) parts as follows:
  1. Data Entry Part,
  2. Results Part,
  3. Power Triangle Part,
  4. Frequency Scan Part.
 
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