ELESOL can reduce electricity consumption by sticking it to a
circuit breaker or cable. The explanation of the mechanism is below:
The power supply of factories and buildings must be alternating and sinusoidal
direct current = constant flow.
Circuit breakers and inverters are sources of current noise.
These "noises" or "harmonics" circulate with the wave of electric current.
You can suppress the noise with “filter effect” by sticking the ELESOL plate after the circuit breaker.
By affixing the ELESOL plate, the electric current will be cleaned.
The more noise there is, the more electromagnetic waves are wasted in the air.
A huge amount of electricity is wasted when electromagnetic waves are emitted into the air.
Example: radio waves (Wi-Fi, BT Waves, etc.)
By eliminating noise,
we begin to remove the unnecessary consumption of electricity that we pay for but don't use.