Power Saver


Power Saver

Our Power Saver is an integrated system equipped with a micro controller based regulator which monitors Voltage, Current, Power Factor and Current threshold. Introduces low-loss impedance path between the source and the load which causes maximum power transfer in the circuit that results in substantial saving in power consumption up to 30%.


  • Micro Controller based technology
  • Custom-built
  • Rugged construction meeting industrial standards
  • Ultra-low maintenance, life exceeding 15 Years
  • Available in indoor and outdoor models
  • Tap changing switches in coil based systems
  • Power analyzer software, with Data logging with RS 232 remote monitoring
  • On load manual bypass switch


  • Reduction in power consumption (KWH); Immediate Cash Savings
  • Improvement in power factor; Incentives from Electricity Board
  • Reduction in maximum demand; More Power Available & Lower capital costs
  • Increase in the life of the equipment; Lower Maintenance & replacement costs
  • Reduced Power generation; Low Green House gas emission & Clean environment Scope for Carbon Credits
  • 80% value depreciable in the first year under 80A Indian Income Tax Rules; Tax savings

Conservation tips:

  • Lights & Fans
  • Improvement in power factor; Incentives from Electricity Board
  • Air conditioners
  • Televisions
  • Refrigerators
  • Computers

One of the best energy-saving devices is the light switch. Turn-off the lights & fans by opening of the windows/ventilation, if sufficient sun light can light up the room. Turn off lights & fans when not required. Fix the lights at lowest possible height to increase usable light and avoid illumination of non- essential area at higher level. Follow task lighting to the possible extent. A 15-watt compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) produces the same amount of light as a 60-watt incandescent bulb. A 3-watt LED lamp provides more lighting than a 15-watt bulb (generally known as ‘ZERO CANDLE BULB’ Use compact fluorescent lamps or LED lamps in the open passages, toilets and bathrooms. Use electronic ballast/choke in the tube lights or T5 tube-lights instead of electromagnetic ballasts. Electronic ballasts can reduce power consumption by 20%. Make use of electronic speed regulators in the fans and energy efficient (5star rated) fans. By using light shades of colour on the walls, you can bring down the lighting requirement by 40%. Dirty tube lights and bulbs reflect less light and can absorb 50 percent of the light; clean your tube lights and lamps regularly.

Use BEE (Bureau of Energy Efficiency) star labelled products。 Buy split ACs instead of window ACs。 They cost more, but they are more energy efficient and consume lesser electricity。 Do not install AC units on the west and south walls as these are exposed to direct sunlight through a major part of the day during summers。 If you use air-conditioners, reduce their operational time by one or two hours per day。 Using ceiling or room fans allows you to set the thermostat higher because the air movement will cool the room。 Also, get their filters cleaned up on a regular basis。 A choked or clogged filter can result in improper cooling as well as higher consumption of electrical energy。

If room air conditioner is older and needs repair, it's likely to be very inefficient。 It may work out cheaper on life cycle costing to buy a new energy-efficient air conditioner。

Allow frozen foods to reach room temperature before cooking them. Soaking of food grains in water before cooking saves gas and time. Avoid excess use of water during cooking which leads to wastage. Always keep lids on cooking vessels to prevent heat loss. Shallow, wide and clean vessels save fuel. Reduce flame once boiling starts. Saves up to 25% of fuel. A few minutes of planning saves big amounts of fuel while cooking. Use energy efficient LPG gas stoves for economy of gas consumption. Use Chimney/exhaust fans only when required.

Use the washing machine fully loaded。 Part load always leads to in-efficiency。 Use ventilating fans wisely。 Switch them ‘OFF’ as soon as they have done their job。 Switch off the electric Geyser before drawing the stored hot water from its tank itself。( so that hot water is not left unused) Use water judiciously and prevent water dripping and other losses。 It costs a lot to reach water to your tap。 And also it costs a lot to manage waste water after use。

Computer that runs 24 hours a day, for instance, uses more power than an energy efficient refrigerator. Purchase flat-screen LCD monitors for low power consumption. Setting computers, monitors and copiers to sleep-mode when not in use helps cut energy costs by approximately 40% Activate and standardize ‘power down’ on new and existing PCs If your computer must be left on, turn off the monitor; this device alone uses more than half the system’s energy.