THE LINE LOSS PRO
Line Loss Pro is a neutralizing hardware device that saves money by saving electricity.
The Line Loss Pro neutralizing device is a brilliant way for you to conserve energy and save money. Our device is installed on-site within the electrical panels, and subsequently lowers your electricity bills by regulating the overall energy efficiency at your facility.
LINE LOSS PRO FACTS
Completely passive: zero quiescent current
Sealed, all-weather plastic construction
Fits in all electrical panels
Works with 120-480 Volts
Weighs 2.85 lbs
Installation Time: Approximately 15 minutes per electrical panel
UL and CSA Listed
Consumes no power and is passive (does not heat)
Deployed in single-phase, three-phase, multi-phase, single-panel, and multi-panel environments with or without a neutral bus bar (neutral line)
Neutralizing device attaches inside or outside the electrical panel
Country of Origin: USA
Minimal Implementation Cost with a 12 month or less ROI typical
Line Loss Pro requires installation of the neutralizing device by a licensed and bonded electrician. Line Loss Pro will team up with the electrician of your choice.
Projects completed with zero shutdown of power
Protects the Whole Building
Consumes Zero Energy
Requires No Modification
Reduces Annual Spend
Lowers CO2 Emissions
Improves Power Factor
We love collaborating with customers as we analyze historical energy data, industry standard KPI's (Key Performance Indicators), and real-time energy usage, to produce a comprehensive energy consumption analysis report of actual kWh (kilowatt per hour) usage reduction and savings.
Line Loss Pro reduces harmful effects of Harmonics.
In an electric power system, a harmonic is a voltage or current at a multiple of the fundamental frequency of the system, produced by the action of non-linear loads such as rectifiers, discharge lighting, or saturated magnetic devices. Harmonic frequencies in the power grid are a frequent cause of power quality problems. Harmonics in power systems result in increased heating in the equipment and conductors, misfiring in variable speed drives, and torque pulsations in motors.
Line Loss Pro improves Power Factor.
Power Factor is the ratio of the actual electrical power dissipated by an AC circuit, to the product of the RMS values of current and voltage. The difference between the
two is caused by reactance in the circuit and represents
power that does no useful work.
power factor = P / S.
For example, a power factor of 0.87 means that 87% of the current you supply to the circuit is performing real work. The rest of the power - 13%, to be exact – has to be provided to make up for the reactive power. Positive reactive power is caused by inductive loads such as motors and transformers (especially at low loads). Negative reactive power is caused by capacitive loads. This can include lighting ballasts, variable speed drives for motors, computer equipment, and inverters (especially when idle). When a large number of motors, electronic speed controllers, welding equipment and/or cooling units etc. are connected, the greater the likelihood of a large amount of reactive power.