​​​​VSquare/R    Electrical Energy Efficency Saves the Climate

        "Saving Power Through Energy Efficiency is a World Priority"

Dynamic Power Controller: 

​      United States Patent/Patent Pending in Europe; India and China

 

Products Should have the

    following attributes

  • Low manufacturing cost. 
  • Negligible energy absorption or loss versus current flow. 
  • No Electromagnetic interference (EMI) or radio interference (RFI) which can cause interference with sensitive electronic equipment. 
  • Capable of regulating inductive, capacitive and resistive loads.


   

    Some of the energy loss of induction

    motors can be corrected with a passive

    network of capacitors or inductors.  


    However this method does not capture

    the full savings.

​​Problem:


    All induction motors should only consume and deliver the necessary power to safely drive a load.  Any  

    excess power consumed is considered wasted energy.  Any voltage above the required load can be  

    considered excess energy. 


          Reasons why induction motors consume excess energy:

               1.  The motors are sold in fixed frame sizes and are frequently oversized for the application; 

               2.  A motor is selected to safely drive the maximum peak load but is excessive for normal load

                    operation or varying load;

               3.  Motors are configured to insure that they will safely operate at minimum low line voltage.   

                 

Solution:

    VSquare/R's "Dynamic Power Controller" safely delivers the minimum required power to a load regardless

    of load variations and maximizes the electrical energy savings regardless of the voltage.  Our product never

    operates at full line voltage.  It utilizes two [2] different approaches (power control/voltage control) to save

    energy in induction motors. 

    Power control - A slightly modified induction motor with a tapped winding is used, with a proportional

    controller switching between these windings to provide multiple average power levels. The power factor

    feedback from the Dynamic Power Controller only delivers the necessary power to safely drive the load.

   Voltage control - This approach is used primarily on existing motors in the market place. A proportional

   controller switches between voltage levels to provide a multiple of RMS voltages. The power factor feedback

   from the Dynamic Power Controller only delivers the necessary voltage or power to safely drive the load.


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Current Solutions