Frequently asked questions

Is the Line Loss Pro Filter a hot sided device known as a capacitor?

The Line Loss Pro Filter is a passive electromagnetic technology. The filter is not capacitor-based technology. It is an Inductor based unit that works on magnetic principals to remove Harmonic heat, the cause of electricity loss.

What is the profile of the target customer for Line Loss Pro?

Line Loss Pro targets large to medium sized commercial and industrial businesses that consume over 1 Million kWh of power per year.

Will the Line Loss Pro Filter negatively affect any of my equipment?

No. The Line Loss Pro filter is a passive device. In fact, the Line Loss Pro filter may extend the life of equipment by a significant percentage by reducing harmonics, therefore reducing maintenance and replacement costs.

How much can I expect to save by using the Line Loss Pro Filter?

The Line Loss Pro Filter will reduce commercial enterprises’s annual spend on electricity on average between 12% to 15%.

How difficult is it to install the Line Loss Pro filter? Who is qualified to perform installations?

Line Loss Pro requires that installations are performed under guidance of a Line Loss Pro certified Electrician however there in no shutdown required of any of your electrical systems.

Can Line Loss Pro cause my electric bill to go up? Does use electricity when there is little or no power demand?

The Line Loss Pro Filter is a passive device and is installed on the neutral side of a power distribution panel. It is not a consumer of electricity (Line Loss Pro filter IS NOT A CAPACITOR BASE PRODUCT)

How do I know if the Filter is not functioning properly, and what metrics do I use to determine proper function?

The product is an inductor that adds an inductance value to the return path of the electrical circuit.

What is being measured: kW/kWh (real power), which is the power you are being billed for, or KVA (apparent power)?

The kW as indicated by the utility meter. The utility invoices at KW and KWh. The Line Loss Pro Filter corrects the power factor of leading power factor loads and absorbs the harmonics.

Using Physics and Mathematics can you show how this technology saves energy that will reduce my energy use at the utility meter?

P=I²R with L=di/dt varying as the load varies.

Why can't I just have an electrician install a wire?

Adding a wire, by itself, is one technique that people have used, but use of additional wire usually implies running a dedicated neutral wire from each load to the utility neutral . For a distribution system with multiple panels feeding a [few] meter(s), the number of dedicated neutral wires (and space for those wires) adds up. Meanwhile, simply adding an extra wire at the distribution panel, and not running the wire to utility neutral, probably will not form the desired passive neutral resonant harmonic filter at the panel, and thus probably will allow harmonics to pass from one panel to neutrals of other distribution panels that are commonly connected.

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