Voltage Optimisation

Voltage Optimisation from Dynamic Power Systems

By: Dynamic Power Systems  20/06/2013
Keywords: energy management, carbon emissions, carbon dioxide

The electricity supply is not clean, the voltage typically has some level of fluctuation – resulting in electricity being supplied at a higher-than-needed voltage during the spikes. Even though the excess power supply is not used by your machines and appliances, you are still charged for this power. The excess voltage makes equipment run hotter while reducing its life expectancy. Dynamic Power Systems voltage optimisation units maintain voltage at the optimum level without fluctuation – thereby reducing your energy consumption without compromising on the supply, and reducing your maintenance costs and increase the lifespan of your equipment. Most products are designed to run at 220V, while power is being supplied at up to 240/250V.

Keywords: carbon dioxide, carbon emissions, Electricity Savings, Energy Consumption, energy management, Energy Reduction, power factor correction, Reduce Carbon, Reduce Carbon Emissions, Reduce Carbon Footprint, Reduce Energy, reduce energy bills, Reduce Energy Consumption, Voltage Optimisation