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I would like to install Capacitor Bank into my control panel board which contains of few 10HP induction motors. Currently I'm just able to measure the Ampere for every induction motor by using current meter.

How to calculate the reactive power for 10HP 3phase 4pole induction motor by just using Amp value?

One of my 10HP motor:

Voltage: 415V

Amp: 7.8A (measure)

I am using 10HP Teco motor with 4pole and 1450rpm.

Please enlighten me.

Thanks!

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# How to calculate reactive power for 3 phase induction motor

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