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600VA Invertor Consuming Lot of Current

11/06/2010 12:04 PM

I have a 600VA invertor which is found to be consuming a lot of electricity at my home. It is connected to a 150Ah tubular battery. But the electricity meter keeps reading always when the supply is provided to the invertor even if no charging indication is seen there. Why is this so? How can I find a solution for this excess consumption of current? Why is the invertor pulling current even if it is not in the charging state? - Location: INDIA.

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Re: 600VA Invertor Consuming Lot of Current

11/06/2010 1:59 PM

Well Raj are you talking about UPS for your personal computer,with a power factor of 0.6? The power consumed by the load is measured with an energymeter not electricity meter. Please note that the inverter is not connected to load/PC else your question become irrelevant. If possible provide more informations like how much KWh consumed...etc. Chindiku tintumone

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Re: 600VA Invertor Consuming Lot of Current

11/06/2010 2:45 PM

kollaam chetta....tintumone kalaki....

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Re: 600VA Invertor Consuming Lot of Current

11/08/2010 9:16 AM

Yeah. And the same to you with knobs on. <Splutter, cough>

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