Satic Technology - Leading the Clean Power Field

Satic’s proprietary Power Perfect product line is the culmination of repurposing the advanced wave-form and harmonics filtering technology achieved by industry leaders including NASA and Texas Instruments.

Satic are leading the 'clean power' field with a decade of multi-million dollar innovation, research and development by their engineering team.

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Find out more about Dirty Electricity

The ever-increasing number of humans with DC powered devices like cell phones and tablets, combined with the switch to LED lighting, crypto currency miners, indoor grows and increasing move to renewables such a wind and solar create an electrical environment that is an ever-changing landscape. Do not be misled, the state of today’s electricity is vastly different than it was 20 years ago. As the engineers and manufactures that you depend on, how do we keep up?

How It Works

Each Power Perfect™ product was thoughtfully engineered with the specific goal in mind of effectively replacing what is currently available with a new paradigm being clean power. The design mandate had to include mass appeal; which meant being affordable, easy to use, and truly effective.

As manufacturers, Satic take tremendous pride in engineering their products to the highest standards of quality and performance. Their engineers are absolutely driven to make the most effective line of products of this type available on the market today at any price. To that end, they source the finest components available and assemble to the highest six sigma standards of quality.

As a result of Satic's superior design, components, and engineering they are leading the Dirty Electricity market space.

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Electrical Terminology

Today’s modern world is primarily powered by Nikola Tesla’s alternating current. In order to understand the key attributes of alternating current, there are a few terms you must familiarise yourself with. Alternating current has 10 key attributes that are commonly discussed in SATIC materials.

1. Voltage ~ volts (V): are a unit of electrical force or potential difference that will cause a steady current of one amp to flow through a resistance of one ohm.

SATIC Simplified ~ voltage is a measure of the electrical pressure or how hard the amps are being pushed.

Satic stabilises and helps maintain consistent voltage.

Line chart of alternating volts/surges before and after Satic technology

2. Amperage ~ amperes (A): commonly referred to as amps are a unit of electrical current or flow rate of electrons. One volt across one ohm of resistance causes a current flow of one ampere.

SATIC Simplified ~ amperage is a measure of how much current or how many electrons are flowing and is therefore the flow rate of electrical energy (electricity) measured in amps.

Satic increased average power, while improved power factor lowers amps and increases efficiency.

Multiple line chart of alternating amps/efficiency before and after Satic technology

3. Watts ~ power (W): are a measure of power and the product of voltage and amperage and the rate of energy transfer equivalent to one ampere under the electrical pressure of one volt. One watt equals one joule per second.

SATIC Simplified ~ watts are the measure of real working power.

4. Kilowatt-hour ~ energy (kWh): the kWh is a unit of energy 1,000 thousand watts acting over a period of 1 hour.

SATIC Simplified ~ kilowatt-hours are the measure of real working power used over time and are the standard of measure utilities use to bill for electricity.

5. Power factor ~ ratio (PF): is the ratio of actual real power being used, measured in watts, to the total power that is being drawn from a power source, expressed in volt-amps (VA).

PF = real power / apparent power.

SATIC Simplified ~ Power Factor is simply the ratio of real working power (watts) to total apparent power (volt-amps) VA. PF = W / VA

*A common misconception about electrical billing and real power is that volts x amps = watts. This is inaccurate as volts x amps = volt amps or total power. Volts x amps x power factor = watts or real power. This is why increasing power factor may not lower utility costs for residential consumers, yet frequently will for industrial consumers.*

Satic reduces total power and therefor losses to ohms law, consistently reducing watts.

Right angle triangle measuring cosine for real power of power/watts from Satic technology

6. Total harmonic distortion ~ ratio (THD): is the measure of the harmonic content or number of unwanted frequencies in the output waveform in addition to the primary or desired frequency (50 or 60 Hz.). Energy in these harmonic frequencies is lost and may cause excessive heating of the load.

SATIC Simplified ~ THD is the how far the real-time waveform is from ideal (60Hz of 50Hz) and how many undesired frequencies are on the wave.

Satic is proven to lower harmonics and distortion.

Satic electromagnetic fields (EMF) graph of harmonics/THD at different volts (V/m).

7. Electromagnetic fields (EMF): electric and magnetic fields are invisible areas of energy (also called radiation) produced by electricity, which is the movement of electrons, or current, through a wire. V/m, μT, W/m2.

The electric field is produced by voltage, which is the pressure used to push the electrons through the wire. As the voltage increases, the electric field increases in strength. Electric fields are measured in volts per meter (V/m).

The magnetic field results from the flow of current through wires or electrical devices and increases in strength as the current increases. The strength of a magnetic field decreases rapidly with increasing distance from its source. Magnetic fields are measured in micro-teslas (μT, or millionths of a tesla).

Electric fields are produced whether or not a device is turned on, whereas magnetic fields are produced only when current is flowing, which usually requires a device to be turned on.

Power lines produce magnetic fields continuously because current is always flowing through them. Electric fields are easily shielded or weakened by walls and other objects, whereas magnetic fields can pass through buildings, living things, and most other materials.

Electric and magnetic fields together are referred to as electromagnetic fields, or EMFs. The electric and magnetic forces in EMFs are caused by electromagnetic radiation.

Satic filters consistently lower EMF’s and their subsequent radiation.

Satic electromagnetic fields (EMF) graph of consistently lower EMF’s and their subsequent radiation.

8. Interference: any unwanted signal that’s combined with the desired signal is called interference and can come from external systems as well as from within a circuit itself. External sources include a number of sources such as power lines, RF transmitters, nearby conductors, ignition systems, or motors that turn on and off drawing sudden large currents.

Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is the noise caused by current in other, nearby conductors or cables. Radio frequency interference (RFI) is also a source of external noise caused by radiating signals from wireless systems.

Satic filters consistently lower interference and their negative effects on electronics.

Satic oscillation graph of distorted versus smooth waveform from eletromagnetic interference (EMI)

9. Ohms ~ resistance (R): is a unit of electrical resistance of either a resistor or conductor which opposes the flow of an electric current resulting in the generation of heat in the conducting material. The measure of the resistance of a given conductor is the electromotive force needed for a unit current flow, stated in ohms.

SATIC Simplified ~ Ohms law of resistance is a measure of how much of the electrical energy being converted to heat, sound, light, or mechanical work as electricity travels through the circuit.

Satic reduces total power and therefor losses to ohms law, consistently reducing watts.

Satic arrow bar chart of reduced losses to ohms law

10. Hertz ~ frequency (Hz): the number of repetitions per unit time of a complete waveform, expressed in Hertz (Hz).

SATIC Simplified ~ Frequency (Hz) is how often an event repeats itself. How many waves hit the beach in one minute is their frequency.

Satic saturates out at and maintains primary frequency.

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