Power factor, loss factor, standby loss factor

英文Power factor, loss factor, standby loss factor

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One volt at one ampere is usually calculated as one watt of power. (1)Power Factor: The ratio between actual work done and the potential to perform real work, usually expressed as a percentage of total current throughput. (2)Loss factor: An expression of the average power factor over a given period of time, and is used in the energy industry to express the losses in transmission and distribution from heat, incomplete combustion of fuels and other inefficiencies. (3)Standby Loss Factor: A ratio between actual and potential energy consumed, but it refers to the loss of energy that results from keeping a device on standby service without actually using it



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