Enersol™ Mechanism


ENERSOL plate deals with many electrical problems, we will explain them briefly.

1. Noise

Noise is the unwanted electrical signals superimposed upon the power system voltage or current in phase conductors, or found on neutral conductors or signal lines.
Sources: Power electronic devices, control circuits, arcing equipment, loads with solid-state rectifiers, and switching power supplies.
It can be classified according to its range of frequencies to:


It’s a measurement of the harmonic distortion present in a signal and is defined as the ratio of the sum of the powers of all harmonic components to the power of the fundamental frequency, the frequency range is 150Hz~5 KHz.

-Conducted Noise

It’s generated by a device or subcircuit and transferred to another device or subcircuit via cabling, The frequency range is 150 KHz~30MHz.

-Radiated Noise

It’s created when the frequency range reaches 30MHz~1GHZ, this type of noise wave is not considered to be in an electrical shape anymore and turns into radiation.

2. Eddy currents

Are loops of electrical current induced within conductors by a changing magnetic field in the conductor according to Faraday's law of induction. Eddy currents flow in closed loops within conductors, in planes perpendicular to the magnetic field, Eddy currents in conductors generate undesired heat as well as electromagnetic forces.

How this problems affect the power consumption.

Conducted noise consists a part of electromagnetic interference in circuits that mainly create issues in Delivered power quality.
This issues lead to instability in waveforms of Voltage, current and frequency (poor power quality).

Power Quality

There are different definitions for power quality.

  • According to Utility, power quality is reliability.
  • According to load aspect, it is defined as the power supplied for satisfactory performance of all equipment i.e., all sensitive equipment.
  • This depends upon the end user. According to end user point of view, it is defined as, “any power problem manifested in voltage, current, or frequency deviations that result in failure or misoperation of customer equipment”
  • In IEEE dictionary, power quality is defined as “the concept of powering and grounding sensitive equipment in a matter that is suitable to the operation of that equipment”.
  • IEC (International Electro-technical Commission), it is defined as, “ set of parameters defining the properties of the power supply as delivered to the user in normal operating conditions in terms of continuity of supply and characteristics of voltage (magnitude, frequency, waveform).

Power quality: is the degree to which the voltage, frequency, and waveform of a power supply system conform to established specifications.

Impacts of poor power quality

  • Machines or any electrical loads may malfunction, fail prematurely or not operate at all.
  • Higher energy usage and costs.
  • Higher maintenance costs.


With the power cable will create an electromagnetic field which will allow ENERSOL to absorb the conducted noise (then avoiding radiated noise).
Enersol plate is still efficient even in the presence of filters (which deal with only THD), where Enersol plate deals with the conducted and radiated noise.
And turn it to radiation with a small heat that doesn’t exceed 0.5 degree.
This will cause:

  • Higher power quality
  • Less energy consumption
  • Less maintenance cost
  • More stable operation.
  • Elimination of eddy current (Higher efficiency).

A - When Enersol isn’t installed, the noise will keep transmitting within the network and the noise frequency will increase to higher levels.
B - When Enersol is installed on all the end-user breakers, the noise will be filtered and it won’t affect the network.


  • IEEE Standard 519 Recommended Practices and Requirements for Harmonic Control in Electrical Power Systems section 10.5 Flicker
  • Baggini, A. (2008). Handbook of Power Quality
    . Wiley. ISBN 978-0-470-06561-7.
  • Thomas, David (2013). "Conducted emissions in distribution systems (1 kHz–1 MHz)".
    IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Magazine. pp. 101–104. doi:10.1109/MEMC.2013.6550941. Retrieved 26 June 2020.

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