no-load loss

no-load loss

[′nō ¦lōd ′lȯs]
(electricity)
The power loss of a device that is operated at rated voltage and frequency but is not supplying power to a load.
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1 Frequeny Hz 50/60 Rated Input Power Kva 7 Open Circuit Voltage V 63 Current Range A 20-200 Rated W Orking Voltage V 28 Duty Cycle 35 Percent A 200 60 Percent A 155 100 Percent A 120 No-Load Loss W 40 Efficienty Percent 85 Power Factor 0 0.
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