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Electric power quality, or simply power quality, involves voltage, frequency, and waveform. Good power quality can be defined as a steady supply voltage that stays within the prescribed range, steady a.c. frequency close to the rated value, and smooth voltage curve waveform (resembles a sine wave). In general, it is useful to consider power quality as the compatibility between what comes out of an electric outlet and the load that is plugged into it. There are many ways in which electric power can be of poor quality and many more causes of such poor-quality power.



Our PQ analysis procedure will measure all the important feeders at your plant and we capture important electrical parameters like Voltage, Current, PF, kW, kvar, kVA & individual order of Harmonics etc., which will give the clear idea about the power factor, Voltage swell, sag and Harmonics etc., in detail, the same will be plotted as graph like Voltage vs Time, Current Vs Time, kVA, kvar vs Time with complete losses and improvement calculation. The report will act like a complete scan report of your electrical network and it can be used as health card for your entire plant.