Definition of Power Factor

  1. Power Factor means the percentage obtained by dividing the maximum demand recorded in kW by the corresponding kilovolt-ampere (kVa) demand established by Hoku.

Examples of Power Factor in a sentence

  1. Average Monthly Power Factor refers to the monthly average of the factor of power, which may be calculated in accordance with the following formula: 1.1.15 On-grid Tariff refers to the tariff executed for the purchase of power by the Power Purchaser from the Power Seller.
  2. SolidWorks Electrical Professional will also be used to Model and simulate the following: * Electrical Efficiency * Power Factor * Short Circuit * Electromagnetic Strength * Etc.

Definition of Power Factor in Service Agreement

Power Factor means the percentage obtained by dividing the maximum demand recorded in kW by the corresponding kilovolt-ampere (kVa) demand established by Hoku.