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    #21
    Pucha! Feeling ko nasa science class uli ako hehehe

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    #22
    sabi mo kuryente meaning current therefor based sa equation R is constant mas matipid 110 ksi mas maliit ang I to get V compared sa 220.

    depende rin yan sa reactances ng ckt also power factor, i think yun ang mas importanteng consideration not the voltage itself

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    #23
    Originally posted by boydapa
    sabi mo kuryente meaning current therefor based sa equation R is constant mas matipid 110 ksi mas maliit ang I to get V compared sa 220.

    depende rin yan sa reactances ng ckt also power factor, i think yun ang mas importanteng consideration not the voltage itself


    :bwahaha:

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    #24
    Originally posted by boydapa
    sabi mo kuryente meaning current therefor based sa equation R is constant mas matipid 110 ksi mas maliit ang I to get V compared sa 220.

    depende rin yan sa reactances ng ckt also power factor, i think yun ang mas importanteng consideration not the voltage itself
    For a simple resistor, the above may hold true. But certain appliances need to operate at a certain power level to operate efficiently. Pag sinaksak mo yung electric fan sa 110, true mas mababa ang current, pero mas mabagal ang ikot. To get it to turn as fast as it does when it's on 220, you need more current.

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    #25
    joke lng yun una ko sinabi sabi mo kasi kuryente(current) di naman power. naalala ko ksi yun ssbi ng isang nagtangkang kumandidato na presidente na para daw bumaba sa kalahati yun consumo ng kuryente gagawin nya 110V ang saksakan ng pilipinas parang sa america---baka dun mo nakuha concept ng tanong mo. hehe ok na sana kaso ogags tama sabi wildthing pag binaba mo yun isang variable kailangan itaas yun isa para same parin ang power(yun kasi requirement ng device o appliance).

    kng maraming reactances bahay nyo neutralize mo para gumanda power factor...

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    #26
    Tipid is not a matter of electromotive force (volts), but rather of unnecessary usage, wastage and poor efficiency. Di pwedeng magtipid ng voltage, nor amperes nor even watts. Meron din kasi time factor kaya ang tinitipid is watthours or kilowatthours. Ang sample naman ng efficiency factor is the power factor of the system. The more inductive load (like motors) the system has, the more inefficient it is considering the resulting unused energy in the form of heat. Pinakamalaking factor pa rin IMO is unnecessary use. Although controllable, marami sa atin ang di nagtitipid. Sample, wasting water (e naka pressure pump), Air con naka set ang thermostat sa 16 deg when in fact 21 deg is within cooling comfort na. Ilaw naka ON kahit di kailangan. Refrigerator doors na sira ang gasket. Unbalanced ventillation system. Unmaintained equipments. Ang dami...

    Pero keep in mind that Enercon means doing better, not doing without. Kung kailangan na mag air con, huwag magtitis sa init. Kung madilim na, mag ilaw.

    Opinion ko lang po. Pwedeng i-correct kung may mali.

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    #27
    Regardless whether it is 110V or 220V, bottom line mahal pa rin kuryente dito satin. hehe.

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    #28
    Yup it is not because it is 110V or 220V but the cost of electricity natin per kWh ang mahal - sinisingil din kasi sa atin ang powerlost sa linya (kasama na din ang powerlost due to illegal tapping sa koryente).

    As for the 110V appliances, why don't you just use one line (110 + 110 ang 220 na linya) and the connect the other wire to the ground (we just used a 1 meter iron rod pushed to the ground) for our 110 need when I still in Marikina. Instead of using a transformer.

    Dito sa Angeles, 110/220 equipped ang power line so naturally merun ground connections.

    Just my 2 cents.

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    #29
    Originally posted by Suzuki-san
    Regardless whether it is 110V or 220V, bottom line mahal pa rin kuryente dito satin. hehe.
    OT:

    P5.50/kwhr as of EO June 2004 sa meralco supplied areas. I heard sa Iloilo P9/kwhr. Is this true?

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