Wednesday, January 12, 2011

More about the Power Panda Total Saver

We've mentioned the Power Panda Total Saver before.  We thought it would be a good time to explain some theory of how it works.

Electricity is made up on two factors, voltage and amps.  Both of these are produced in sine waves, and should ideally look like this:

However, when these are fed through electricity lines, distortion happens. A  good way to explain this is, if you were to make a cell phone call in an area of bad reception, all of your voice enters the phone, but in the process of going to the receiving phone it  breaks up. 
With the distortion, the electricity looks like this:

 What the Power Panda Total Saver does, is to put the voltage and the amps back together making your electricity more efficient. 

That in a nutshell is the idea of the Total Saver.  We'll expand more on this in coming weeks.  There are a few other aspects of the Total Saver, but this is the underlying idea.  

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