What is power factor?

February 23, 2020


The easiest way to explain this is with a beer. 
Sounds exciting right? 

 The mug capacity represents apparent power (kVA). 

The beer itself represents active power (kW). 

The foam represents reactive power (kVAR).

 

Power factor is the ratio between the 

active power (kW) and the apparent power (kVA).

 

Using the beer analogy, we obtain the power factor by 

dividing the beer by the mug 

capacity, and it’s clear, you’re getting 

less beer than you’re paying for with all that

foam taking up space. Who wants to pay for foam?

No one. The answer is no one. In case you weren't sure. 


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