Hydro Power Saver
Has anyone heard about this kind of device or is it a scam. I have tried an internet search but have not come up with anything. This is their website hydropowersaver.com, is it worth getting into this?
Jun 9th, 2008 2:52 pm
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Jun 9th, 2008 3:17 pm
Where did you get that rock from? Bet you must be an explorer, I was looking for something similar but for lions if you get a hand on that I will pay 500$ you have to prove it though by taking the magic rock and approaching the lion
Jun 9th, 2008 3:22 pm
Jun 9th, 2008 3:56 pm
Thank you for your reply if its only 9c per month how can they claim 30%! and how can they back up the product with 2 months money back if not satisfied? On the other hand yes sounds too good to be true or else these people would be going door to door and selling these products if it was true! will save me 30%. I would put that in my car as welll69norm wrote: ↑Jun 9th, 2008 3:22 pmScam.
It's a power factor correction device:
Real costs savings in an average house = about 9 cents per month.
http://powerelectronics.com/power_manag ... 5PET23.pdf
Jun 9th, 2008 4:33 pm
Jun 9th, 2008 5:32 pm
The ad says:medhora wrote: ↑Jun 9th, 2008 3:56 pmThank you for your reply if its only 9c per month how can they claim 30%! and how can they back up the product with 2 months money back if not satisfied? On the other hand yes sounds too good to be true or else these people would be going door to door and selling these products if it was true! will save me 30%. I would put that in my car as well
Nov 16th, 2009 8:07 pm
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Nov 17th, 2009 12:51 am
Yes, I agree- industrial power metering uses wattmeters and varmeters to measure both in phase power (watts) and out of phase power (reactive or capacitive vars) to determine the power factor and penalize for a poor power factor in addition to charging for watts. Household metering only measures watts or in phase power - if this device claims to save you money by correcting your power factor in a residential situation - I say it's bogus.l69norm wrote: ↑Jun 9th, 2008 5:32 pmThe ad says:
"...the PowerSaver will help to reduce up to 30% of your monthly electricity bill" and "...results may vary...."
In a factory/ industrial setting where you have a lot of electric motors, you are charged an extra penalty by the utility for having for poor power factor. A power factor correction device would save you money under those conditions.
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