Short Description:
A Power Factor Control Panel is an electrical control panel designed to improve the power factor of an electrical distribution system. It uses advanced power factor correction technology to reduce reactive power consumption and improve the efficiency of the system. The panel is equipped with a user-friendly interface that enables easy setup and operation, and it offers a range of input/output options to accommodate a variety of applications. The panel also features a range of protections and diagnostic features, including overvoltage protection, under-voltage protection, and over-temperature protection, to ensure safe and reliable operation. With its energy-saving capabilities and improved power factor, the Power Factor Control Panel is an ideal choice for anyone seeking to optimize their electrical distribution system and reduce energy costs. It is suitable for use in a range of applications, including manufacturing, commercial, and industrial environments. With its exceptional performance and reliability, the Power Factor Control Panel is an essential tool for anyone looking to improve their energy efficiency and reduce their environmental impact.
Manufacturer SCHNEIDER
Availability In stock
Place Of Origin India
Return Returnable Product
3-5 days
₹ 28,750.00
Old price: ₹ 30,000.00

GST @18% Inclusive Price: 33925

Product Specifications

  1. Input Voltage: 415V AC, 50Hz
  2. Rated Frequency: 50/60 Hz
  3. Capacitor Type: Heavy-duty type, with a self-healing feature
  4. Power Factor Correction: Automatic, microprocessor-controlled
  5. Switching: Thyristor-based, with a fast switching time
  6. Protection: Overvoltage, undervoltage, overcurrent, and short-circuit protection
  7. Enclosure: IP54 or higher, with ventilation and cooling arrangements
  8. Control: Fully automatic or manual control
  9. Display: LCD display for monitoring and control
  10. Communication: Optional RS485 or Ethernet communication for remote monitoring and control.


 Power Factor Control Panels are used in industries, commercial buildings, and other applications where there is a need to improve the power factor of the electrical system. These panels are used to reduce the reactive power consumption, which results in energy savings, reduced electricity bills, and improved power quality.