Yes, the VCG Low Pass Harmonic Filter will work in any home, business, retail space or industrial application as long as a neutral bus is available and has measurable current in the power distribution panel.
The VCG Low Pass Harmonic Filter is encased in a weatherproof, sealed enclosure. In most cases, it will be mounted external and adjacent to the power distribution panel. The necessary mounting hardware is provided and shipped with each unit.
A five (5) year product warranty is provided by distributors. To date we have not been able to determine the full life expectancy of the VCG.
The VCG Low Pass Harmonic Filter Warranty consists of a 1-year Limited Manufacturers Warranty and a five (5) year Distributor Extended Warranty operating concurrently. Extended warranties are available for purchase at the time of initial product purchase.
No, the VCG Low Pass Harmonic Filter will not adversely affect any appliances or electrical devices.
Yes, the VCG Low Pass Harmonic Filter has a UL 916 rating and is approved by Met Labs. Additional third party testing was performed by an independent lab and achieved positive results. Independent lab tests are an ongoing part of our research and development.
The typical savings for the VCG LPHF unit is 10% (ranges 7-15%) on average for commercial applications, 20% (ranges 15-28%) on average in a residential application and 8% for light industrial.
The rate of return is based on several factors such as energy consumption, number of units, and the cost of electricity at that location. It is based upon consumption. The higher the consumption rate, the greater the savings thus a shorter rate of return. Typically this can range from 3 months to 18 months depending on multiple factors.
A typical installation requires less than 1 hour per panel on average. Installations must be performed by a factory trained installer or a certified licensed electrician.
The VCG LPHF unit has not been readily available until now. We have spent considerable time testing this product to insure that it provides the savings claimed and functions as designed while meeting our quality standards. With over 1000 units installed and successfully operating, we are pleased to finally release it to the marketplace.
The VCG Low Pass Harmonic Filter is not a surge protector or line conditioner nor does it need this equipment to function as designed.
Yes, the VCG Low Pass Harmonic Filter reduces consumption of energy across the spectrum of loads within any residential or commercial application. The highest savings is associated with inductive loads such as those found on motors, pumps, etc, including most heating and air conditioning equipment.
The VCG LPHF unit is installed on the neutral side of a power distribution panel. It is not a consumer of electricity but rather a passive device designed to provide an energy savings.
The VCG LPHF is currently being introduced and is available for sale into Canada, the Bahamas, Bermuda, Barbados, Mexico and Jamaica.
The VCG Low Pass Harmonic Filter is encased in a weatherproof and sealed enclosure. Ideally we would like to install the unit on the interior of the building near the electric panel, however it can be mounted outdoors. All associated mounting hardware for either application is shipped with the unit.
The VCG Low Pass Harmonic Filter is a revolutionary device that returns unused energy to proper phase and polarity on the neutral side, thus decreasing the over all demand within the system. It does not store or consume energy, and it has no moving parts, capacitors, or resistors. Additionally, the VCG LPHF does not require the use of surge suppressors or spike protection.
No. The VCG Low Pass Harmonic Filter is a passive device installed on the Neutral side of your electrical panel.
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The VCG Low Pass Harmonic Filter is encased in a weatherproof and sealed enclosure. The ideal installation is on the interior. However, it can be mounted externally and adjacent to the existing distribution panel. All associated mounting hardware for either application is shipped with the unit.
No, the VCG Low Pass Harmonic Filter is a passive device, which by design, will not emit any harmful interference or affect total harmonic distortion.
No. On the contrary, we use no capacitors, resistors, surge protection, spike protection, or moving parts. Our technology is revolutionary and patented, it has been independently proven, third party tested and supported by substantial case study data and consumer testimonials to verify that our product provides the savings reflected in our literature.
No. The VCG LPHF is a passive device that resides on the Neutral side of your power distribution panel. It is unproven science that a device which protects from surges and spikes can actually reduce power consumption, thus resulting in a savings to the consumer.
Surges can be classified as external and internal. External surges are generally more severe than internal surges while internal surges generally occur more frequently (about 80% of all surges are internal). Storms and normal power company switching operations frequently cause external surges. Internal surges occur as a result of equipment cycling on and off within the building.
Very large surges occur infrequently (from a few times a year in medium exposure areas to 40 times a year in high exposure areas), since they are primarily storm induced (lightning and temporary interruptions due to storm damage). Surges over 1000 volts may occur many times a day since they are caused by normal equipment operation.
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