APFC Capacitor Panel

APFC Capacitor Panel

Approx Price: Rs 30,000 / Piece 
We are an acclaimed name engaged in offering our precious clients a superior quality range of APFC Capacitor Panel. Our offered range is manufactured by our professionals using high grade components and advanced technology in compliance with the international quality standards. In addition to this, our provided range undergoes various tests under the supervision of quality controllers to ensure its flawlessness at the clients' end.

Features:


  • Easy installation
  • Reliable performance
  • Industry proven design

Specifications:

  • Capacitance: 5-40 KVAR
  • Rated Voltage: 250-690 V AC
30KVAR :- Control relay, Contactors, MCB, light, selector switch, light duty Capacitor, Etc. (Make- L&T/Schneider)30000.00
45KVAR :- Control relay, Contactors, MCB, light, selector switch, light duty Capacitor, Etc. (Make- L&T/Schneider)45000.00
60KVAR :- Control relay, Contactors, MCB, light, selector switch, light duty Capacitor, Etc. (Make- L&T/Schneider)54000.00
80KVAR :- Control relay, Contactors, MCB, light, selector switch, light duty Capacitor, Etc. (Make- L&T/Schneider)72000.00
110KVAR :- Control relay, Contactors, MCB, light, selector switch, light duty Capacitor, Etc. (Make- L&T/Schneider)99000.00
150KVAR :- Control relay, Contactors, MCB, light, selector switch, light duty Capacitor, Etc. (Make- L&T/Schneider)135000.00

.Taxes as applicable. .Transportation charges as per actual. . Indtallation charges extra on site.

Capacitor Panel

Approx Price: Rs 50,000 / Piece 
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece
  • Power Factor Definition: Power factor is the ratio between the KW and the KVA drawn by an electrical load where the KW is the actual load power and the KVA is the apparent load power. It is a measure of how effectively the current is being converted into useful work output and more particularly is a good indicator of the effect of the load current on the efficiency of the supply system.
  • All current flow causes losses both in the supply and distribution system. A load with a power factor of 1.0 results in the most efficient loading of the supply. A load with a power factor of, say, 0.8, results in much higher losses in the supply system and a higher bill for the consumer. A comparatively small improvement in power factor can bring about a significant reduction in losses since losses are proportional to the square of the current.
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