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Electricity is the building brick of the modern society and one can readily notice this when power shortages occur. There are various ways to avoid such unfortunate events, some of which depend on the consumption patterns of the individual household. For such issues, Loadcalc 2014 can serve as an informative guide when estimating dwelling electricity loads on the system grid.
The application is a toned-down, casual consumer version of the Electrc 2014 NEC Calculator toolkit and allows its users to focus analyses on electrical loads generated by various household appliances. As with any calculator, the tool requires certain input parameters to be defined, as after valid entries have been inserted, common physical laws are applied to estimate loads and consumption values.
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These input figures take on various forms, depending on the calculations performed but are, generally speaking, Volt-Amperes of the designated device. From dryers to attic fans and even jacuzzis, most dwelling-level appliances are supported, and one can also create new electrical consumers.
When computing values, users can employ both standard NEC calculation grids, as well as optional methods. The program is also useful when generating electrical panel information stickers; data such as the phase, poles, amps, volts, as well as custom notes and descriptions are supported and one can print documents with ease by employing the on-screen buttons.
An auxiliary quick-calculator is available for computing various parameters using simple physical laws, such as Ohm's Law and a notable feature is the ability to save the results of individual modules for later use. More-so, when printing results, users can insert customized headers and footers.
To conclude, Loadcalc Serial 2014 is a valuable tool for anyone interested in estimating various electrical parameters of most household appliances. It allows one to compute system loads using simple physical laws and users have complete control over the number of devices impacting on the analysis.