Hi everyone! I always use this forum to consult but I had never had the need to post something. I need to create an experiment in which I measure reactive power with a meter (see attachment). I was thinking on using a transformer with a resistive load on it's secondary, but I'm not sure if the current generated by the resistor on the secondary would be percieved as reactive by the meter. Would this work? Besides connecting a motor to the line, and using a transformer, is there any other way I could generate reactive power for it to be perceived by the meter? Thanks for your help. David. PD: My native language is Spanish, sorry if I made any mistakes while writing this.