GENERATOR HOW IS THIS NOW?
NOMINAL power, or the ability that a generator can produce for a longer period of time, this is the power of the generator as a designated power, take into account that this is 90% of the maximum power, some companies advertise with this power which is pure distortion of competition . Let us take as an example that 4.2 kW generator, during a short time you can give a power of 4200 + 400 watts = 4600 watts, this generator is best used for a maximum power of 4000 watts, so in lamps expressed 40 lamps of 100 watts, also because the usage curve of your engine is at full height at full load
Tax types In the previous example, the lamps are the LOAD of the generator. A 4200 Watt generator can handle a maximum load of no more than 4600 Watts.
Resistance load The “lamps” example is called a RESISTANT type of load and the required power is easy to understand. Other RESISTANT types of load are things like toasters, convection ovens, hobs, curlers, coffee makers, stereos and TVs. RESISTANCE LOAD is usually applied in appliances without electric motor. Resistance load = 1 x Power.
RESISTORS & REACTIVE TAX: Another cake is the reactive load, this usually involves an electric motor. Some household appliances such as cooking fires and refrigerators have internal fans that operate intermittently, therefore additional power is required to start the fan. Another example is electrical tools. A device or tool with a REACTIVE load may need up to three times more power (KW) to START than it needs when walking.
Resistance loads: The comparison shows the relationship between WATTS, VOLTS and AMPS in a PURE RESISTANCE LOAD. If you know one of the two variables, the third can be calculated. Example: You want a generator to feed a 1000 Watt spotlight. The device is 220V and requires 1000 watts of power. Using the equation, we can calculate that the spotlight will draw 4.3 AMP electric current. For Reactive taxes, the comparison shows only a general relationship between Watts, Volts and AMP, because the capital requirements for REACTIVE taxes changes with the Control Conditions. Reactive load = Volt x AMP = Watt
Reactive loads: To determine the choice of the right generator for REACTIVE load types, you have to consider the 3 ways of control: START PHASE – the electric motor requires more power to start. The power requirement can be up to 5 X the rated starting power OPERATION – the power required to run the electric motor once it has started. LOAD – When the electric motor is loaded and more torque must be provided To become. However, this is not applicable for most household appliances.
WITH THE NANOMAG GENERATORS YOU DO NOT HAVE LITTLE OR DO NOT TAKE ACCOUNT OF THE REACTIVE TAX