Power Saver Circuit Diagram


Just plug one of these amazing devices into any socket in your house and save up to 35% on your electricity bill. It sounds too good to be true. Lets take one to bits so we can copy it and save lots of money.

Here we go. I’ve plugged the miracle plug in and it’s now saving me lots of money. I can tell it’s saving me money because two green LEDs on the front have lit up.
OOH! I’m so excited. I must open it to see how it saves me so much money!!!

Oh ! It appears to contain a big capacitor like the ones found in cheapo strobes and it appears that one of it’s wires has been cut off so it’s not doing anything anyway.
If the capacitor had been connected then the unit would have had a limited effect of compensating for the power factor of inductive loads in the house, but this would be hit or miss and would not affect the power meter significantly anyway.
There is a position on the PCB for a MOV (Metal Oxide Varistor) which is normally used to clamp high voltage transients. Since these components tend to fail HOT they should be used with a thermal fuse in series, and since there’s no place for one on this PCB it’s probably just as well there’s no MOV in use.

Here’s the nonsensical schematic which shows 15-ohm resistors being used as links, a 1 Megohm resistor that could have slowly discharged the capacitor had it actually been connected, another 1 Megohm resistor doing virtually nothing, two ordinary 3mm LEDs in inverse parallel so they light on alternate polarities of the mains waveform, a 100K resistor to limit the current through the LEDs and a fuse in case something goes short circuit (it wouldn’t have protected the MOV or capacitor!).

Simple Power Saver Circuit Diagram

If you need a tool to save electricity you use, so in this article a simple circuit diagram is very suitable for you to test. Basically, this tool can really save electricity in your home from 10-25%. Work of this tool is simply to reduce the number of cosines of the AC current curves which will be read on a gauge to measure a mile in your home. The device will work if there is an AC load through a coil of wire sensors to measure the amount of AC current through it. Or a scientific theory is how we can reduce the possibility of the largest peak (peak of the curve of AC (sine-cosine) to read so low. Component which affects the flow of AC and condenser or capacitor or inductor loop. You can do is flow air conditioner filters before entering the electricity network in your home. Here is a schematic drawing:

Another Circuit Diagram is

Create the circuit in a plastic box. then use a capacitor with good quality, the more expensive the better.

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