Has anyone used or heard of the powershaver?

Discussion in 'Electrical Forum discussion & Blog' started by jaxbldginspector, Feb 17, 2009.

  1. jaxbldginspector

    jaxbldginspector New Member

    Mar 19, 2008
    Goto powershaver.com to find out more information. I have inquired for information to be sent to me. I hope it is not a gimmick.
  2. jbfan74

    jbfan74 Electrical Contractor

    Jun 14, 2007
    Electrical Contractor
    Newnan, GA
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  4. jimbo

    jimbo Plumber

    Aug 31, 2004
    San Diego, CA

    NOT a gimmick? You have got to be kidding!

    The electric company will install power factor correction on large industrial motor applications. If you try to cheat them by fiddlling with your power factor at home, they will have you up in front of Judge Judy!
  5. Bill Arden

    Bill Arden Computer Programmer

    Sep 30, 2006
    computer programmer
    MN, USA
    Residential meters are very insensitive to the power factor and therefore you would NOT save any money with these devices.

    On the other hand they do reduce voltage noise and are also used to help X-10 signals jump phases.

    I don't see anything illegal with using cap's since improving your power factor will help the utility and at the same time won't change how much your meter bills you for.

    FYI: The only sure fire way to reduce your electric bill is to use less power.
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