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MAY, 2010

Confidential

DETAILED ENERGY AUDIT REPORT


FOR
CABINET SECRETARIAT OFFICE BLOCK
RASHTRAPATI BHAVAN, NEW DELHI

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Acknowledgement

Executive Summary

2. Introduction

2.1

General

2.2

Energy Sources

2.3

Electricity Supply

2.4

Audit Objective & Scope

2.5

Energy Audit Team

2.6

Major Energy Use and areas

3. Audit Activity and Analysis

10

3.1

Methodology adopted for carrying out energy audit

10

3.2

Present Electrical distribution system

11

3.3

Electrical Distribution System analysis & power consumption

11

trend of cabinet secretariat


3.3.1 Existing system

11

3.3.2 Billing status

12

3.3.3

12

Energy consumption monitoring

4.Analysis of overall electrical & power quality parameters

15

4.1 Basement & ground floor feeders

15

4.2 First floor & second floor

15

4.3 Bathroom panel

15

4.4 Canteen

16

4.5 First floor AC panel

16
2

4.6 Bigger new lift

16

4.7 Solar water heater in canteen

17

4.8Power saving in kitchen by optimizing freezer operation

17

4.9 Second option

17

5.0 Recommendations on interior lighting

44

5.1Harmonics & voltage and current unbalancing

70

5.2 Lighting system

71

5.3 Use of LED based lighting

71

6.0 Heating ,Ventilation & air conditioning

72

6.1Existing scenario

72

6.2 Proposed scheme

73

6.3 VRV/VRF system

73

6.5Energy cost saving

74

6.6Cost benefit analysis

74

7.0 Energy monitoring & accounting system

75

7.1 Other recommendations

75

7.2 Miscellaneous

77

7.2.1 Maintenance practices

77

7.2.2Replacement policies

77

7.2.3Use of solar energy

77

7.2.4 Office equipments ( CRT Monitor)

77

. Appendices
List of instruments
List of vendors

Acknowledgements
:

Dated:

1. Executive Summary of IGEA of cabinet secretariat office block


S.No.

Description

Potential
Electrical Savings
in units/annum

Potential
Savings in
Rs/yr

Cost of implementation

Simple payback
period in years

Replacement of 36 Watt FTL with the 28 Watt T-5

2052

12312

17480

1.41

Replace all the single tube fixtures of 40 watts having


electromagnetic chokes with 28 watt T-5 tube fixtures

1125

6750

6900

1.02

2784

16704

13760

0.82

7524

45144

56740

1.26

2226

13356

9800

0.73

Replace double tube fittings of 2X36 Watt with


electromagnetic choke fixtures by using 36 watt T-8 high
lumen system having polymer reflector and electronic choke
Replace 2X36 Watt FTL with electronic choke by using 36
watt T-8 high lumen system having polymer reflector and
electronic choke
Replace all 60 W GLS bulb with 7 Watt LED

Replacement of 20 W CFL with 7W LED

546

3276

9800

2.99

Replacement of 18 W CFL with 7 W LED

1155

6930

24500

3.53

Replace all the 15W GLS bulb with 3 W LED lamp

576

3456

4800

1.38

Replacement of 2X55W tube fitting with 2X28 W fixtures

5184

31104

48000

1.54

10
11
12

Replacement of Cornish lighting with LED strips


Installation of solar heating system for the canteen(clause-4.7)
Optimization of freezer operation in the canteen
Replacing the existing split/windowACs on ground,first &
second floor by VRV/VRF system

26130
5592
8640

156780
33552
51840

84000
100000
Nil

0.54
3

240000

14,40,000

27,00,000

1.8

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TOTAL
303534
1821204
3075780
1.69
Remarks - All the above recommendation have been made in isolation. When all these
are implemented, then, there will be slightly lesser total saving as many of the
recommendations are inter-related/dependent on each other.
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2. Introduction
2.1 General
Rashtrapati Bhavan is one one of the six prestigious buildings selected by Ministry of Power for implementation of energy
efficiency measures under performance contracting.It is a prestigious monument covered under Indian heritage preservation
programme.Its contract demand as per the bill is 671 KVA ,which is supplied by NDMC(New Delhi Municipal Corporation).The average
total monthly consumption of Rashtrapati Bhavan based on typical monthly bill is about 5 lacs units.,
The block housing the cabinet secretariat office is excluded from the President house administration ,but its electrical
maintenance is being looked by the CPWD deptt. of Rashtrapati Bhavan.
Earlier a DPR was prepared for energy savings in the Rashtrapati Bhavan ,excluding this cabinet secretariat block. The
recommendations of the DPR are under process for implementation. As such it was felt necessary to carry out the energy audit of the
block also so that the energy efficiency could be improved simultaneously in totality.
The block is occupied by about 200 employees, which mainly include cabinet secretary, JS, DS, US & their supporting staff.
The details of various floors & particular of occupancy are as under:

SL.
No.

Floor

Basement

Ground

Name of the Office


Canteen ,telephone exchange
,store,,conference room & sub station
Library,CCTV room ,Director & Under
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First

Second

secretaries,
Secretary & Addl. Secretary with staff,
Committee room & Sub station
Joint Secretaries & staff

2.2 Energy Sources


Electricity is the only source of energy used at the cabinet secretariat block.

2.3 Electricity Supply


There are two nos. of main LT distribution boards mounted in the substation rooms located at the basement & the first floor.
Each of them receives two Nos, (400 A & 200A) of feeders from the main substation situated in the basement of the president house
,along with manual change over facility at the receiving end.

2.4 Audit Objective & Scope


The broad objective of the Investment Grade Energy Audit is to review the present energy consumption scenario, monitoring and
analysis of the use of energy and explore the energy conservation options at cabinet secretariat block including submission of a
detailed project report containing recommendations for improving energy efficiency with the cost benefit analysis and technical
specifications for any retrofit options with the list of suppliers/ manufacturers of energy efficient technologies. The scope covers
Electrical distribution system, lighting system, HVAC system, Energy monitoring and Accounting system, Cost benefit analysis of each
ENCON options etc.
As there are no boilers/thermal fluid heaters ,DG sets ,transformers ,motors ,pumps and central air conditioning system at
cabinet secretariat block and hence these have not been covered in this DPR.

2.5 Energy audit Team


Following people from M/S Pranat Engineers Pvt. Ltd. had participated in the energy audit conducted from 25 th to 31stMay
2010 . After completion of field audit, it has taken two weeks in analyzing the data & in preparation of this DPR:
1. Shri Akash Jain, Director and Electrical Engineer
2. Shri R.K.Jain, BEE Certified Energy Auditor
3. Shri Ajay Jain, BEE Certified Energy Manager
4.Shri Somesh Mittal ,Electrical Engineer
5. Shri Sunny Solanki, Electrical Engineer

2.6 Major Energy Use and Areas


Major energy consumption at cabinet secretariat block is for lighting, localized air conditioning, computer system, canteen
equipments and for miscellaneous load like heaters,fans, water coolers, refrigerators, photocopiers, fax machines, lifts, desert coolers
etc. The load distribution on the major load centers is mentioned at clause 4 of this report .

3.0 Audit Activity and Analysis


The Investment Grade Energy Audit was carried out at cabinet secretariat block wherein present energy consumption scenario,
monitoring and analysis of the use of energy was done and various energy conservation options were explored as mentioned at chapter
5 & 7 and a no. of recommendations have been made based on the audit results.
This chapter gives the details of the methodology used for carrying out energy audit, audit activities carried out and analysis of the
results as mentioned below:

3.1 Methodology Adopted for Carrying out Energy Audit


Investment Grade Energy audit was carried out in three phases as shown below:

a. Pre-Audit Phase:
This was done on 25th May 2010 in which the audit schedule was planned and brief discussions were held with senior
management officials and officers at working level. A walk through audit was also conducted. The main purpose of this audit
phase was to get familiarized with office

activities, get first hand information and assess the current level operation and

practices.

b. Audit Phase:

In this phase, field studies were made using audit instruments wherein primary data were collected, various load surveys were
carried out and detailed trials were conducted. This phase was carried out from 25 th to 31st May 2010. After completing field
activities, data were analyzed, Energy Conservations Opportunities (ENCON) was identified, cost benefit analysis was done and
this Detailed Project Report (DPR) has been prepared.

c. Post Audit Phase:


This phase will be carried out to guide in implementation of the ENCON recommendations furnished in this report whenever
asked by their officials.
For the purpose of data and information collection, audit team had used several energy audit instruments as mentioned at
page no. 79 of this report, took readings from various log sheets being maintained at various sections operating staff, & had
discussions with the maintenance personnel.

3.2 Present Electrical Distribution


The substation located on the first floor receives 2 nos.of incomer cable feeder each of 400A rating in a manual change
over panel ,from where the feed goes to the LT board having four nos. of outgoing feeders to computer room & main panel on
the second floor and pantry room each of 100A rating.One DB is installed in the Sub Station room itself.
Similarly in the basement sub-station ,2 Nos. of cable feeders each of 100 A (new & old) are coming to the change over panel
from substation no.1(switch no.34) & substation switch no.20.
In addition to this two more cables are coming from the substation to bathroom panel & canteen.
Also both the lifts are being fed directly from the sub-station through separate cables.

3.3

ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND POWER


CONSUMPTION TREND OF CABINET SECRETARIAT BLOCK

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3.3.1 Existing System


During energy audit, it was observed that different cables are coming from main power station of Rashtrapati
Bhawan. There is no specific sub- station or transformer for cabinet secretariat for direct supply from SEB/NDMC.
Total six cables are coming from main feeders of Rashtrapati Bhawan in different sections to meet the power
requirement of cabinet secretariat i.e. 240 sq.mm.x 3.5 core x 100 m cable for basement and ground floor from main feeder No.20,
240 sq.mm.x 3.5 core x 100 m cable for first floor and second floor from main feeder No. 34, 185 sq.mm.x 3.5 core x 110m cable for
meeting air-conditioning load of near by Bath room areas, 185 sq.mm.x 3.5 core x 100 m cable for canteen at Basement from feeder
No. 46, 185 sq.mm.x 3.5 core x 100 m cable for first floor AC from feeder No. 14B, and two cables are going for two separate lifts
from feeder no. 7 & 7B.
3.3.2 BILLING STATUS
No separate electricity bills are available for secretariat so it is difficult to find out the exact details of power consumption. During
audit, we have measured the loads of all the feeders coming to secretariat and estimate the monthly power consumption. The details
are as follows:
Power consumption estimation:
1Basement + G. Floor

= 100 x 9hrs x 22 days = 19,800 units

2First + second floor

= 73 x 9 x 22

= 14,454 units

3Bath Room Panel

= 28 x 9 x 22

= 5,544 units

4Canteen

= 40 x 9 x 22

= 7,920 units

5First floor AC panel

= 55 X 9 X 22

= 10,890 units

6Lifts (Avg.)

= 25 x 9 x 22

= 4950 units

Estimated monthly units

= 1+2+3+4+5+6
= 63,558 x 0.9 UF
= 57,202 units

3.3.3 ENERGY CONSUMPTION MONITORING


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The main substation people have started recording secretariat readings by installing separate energy meters. But the
meters were not available on canteen and lifts. The last three months readings are as follows:
1. Basement + G. Floor

= 21,513 units

2. First + second floor

= 25,907 units

3. Bath Room Panel

= 15,672 units

4. Canteen

= 23,760 units estimated

5. First floor AC panel

= 53,133 units

6. Lifts (Avg.)

= 14,850 units estimated

Total units for three months = 1,54,835 units


Avg. per month
= 51,612 units
As per recording of power consumption by concerned people from main power house, we have collected last three months
i.e. March, April and May 2010 power consumption details of four main feeders and two feeders have no meter so we have estimated
the same as per measurement. The month wise units consumptions are as follows:
Location

March

April

May 2010

Basement + G. Floor
F.F. + S. Floor
Bathroom Panel
Canteen
First Floor AC
Lifts

10113
7153
1840
7920
9321
4950

6664
9158
5321
7920
19385
4950

4557
9012
8087
7920
22824
4950

53,398

57,350

Total

41,297

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4. ANALYSIS OF OVERALL ELECTRICAL & POWER QUALITY PARAMETERS


At the time of energy audit, all the important electrical and power quality parameters were recorded i.e. frequency, voltage, current,
KW, power factor, harmonics in current and voltage (THDi & THDv), % unbalance in voltage and current etc. During study all the data
were recorded at main feeders and along with the wave forms. The details of data recording and wave forms are enclosed with this
chapter. The details of analysis are as follows:
4.1 Basement & G.Floor Feeder:
The voltage level was quite on higher side i.e. 433 V and subsequent single Phase voltage was 250V. current was varying in the
range of 109- 128 A in R- Phase, 184-208 A in Y- Phase and 123- 142 A in B phase. Phase to Phase current unbalancing was quite on
higher side i.e. around 35%. Total load in KW was varying in the range of 92 105 Kw. Power factor was maintained around 0.87. The
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harmonics in current (THDi) was in the range of 6.3 8.9% and in voltage it was 1.8 2.4% and they are within the limit. The details of
recording are enclosed.
4.2 First Floor & Second Floor:
The voltage level was quite on higher side i.e. 430 V and subsequent single Phase voltage was 248 V.Current was varying in the
range of 80- 92 A in R- Phase, 87-89 A in Y- Phase and 126- 138 A in B phase. Phase to Phase current unbalancing was quite on higher
side i.e. around 30%. Total load in KW was varying in the range of 68 73 Kw. Power factor was maintained around 0.93. The harmonics
in current (THDi) was in the range of 13 17% and in voltage it was 1.5 1.9% current harmonics were on higher side and requires
filtration. The details of recording are enclosed.
4.3 Bath Room Panel:
The voltage level was quite on higher side i.e. 435 V and subsequent single Phase voltage was 251 V. current was varying in
the range of 41.5 A in R- Phase, 26 A in Y- Phase and 63 A in B phase. Phase to Phase current unbalancing was quite on higher side
i.e. around 45%. Total load in KW was around 27.5 Kw. Power factor was maintained around 0.78 in R-Phase, 0.88 in Y-Phase and
0.86 in B- Phase. The harmonics in current (THDi) was in the range of 7.2 12% and in voltage it was 2.1 2.4% current harmonics
were on higher side and requires filtration. The details of recording are enclosed.

4.4 Canteen:
The voltage level was quite on higher side i.e. 435 V and subsequent single Phase voltage was 251 V. Current was varying in the
range of 56- 80 A in R- Phase, 41-58 A in Y- Phase and 34- 55 A in B phase. Phase to Phase current unbalancing was quite on higher side
i.e. around 25% ( 11-32%). Total load in KW was varying in the range of 30 41 Kw. Power factor was maintained around 0.85-0.90. The
harmonics in current (THDi) was in the range of 6.2 11.7% and in voltage it was around 2.2 % .Current harmonics were on higher side
and requires filtration. The details of recording are enclosed.
4.5 First Floor AC panel:
The voltage level was quite on higher side i.e. 428 V and subsequent single Phase voltage was 247 V. Current was varying in the
range of 105 A in R- Phase, 86 A in Y- Phase and 63 A in B phase. Phase to Phase current unbalancing was quite on higher side i.e.
around 25%. Total load in KW was maintained around 54 KW. Power factor was maintained around 0.82- 0.90. The harmonics in current
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(THDi) was in the range of 8.2-13.7% and in voltage it was 2.1 2.2 %.Current harmonics were on higher side and requires filtration. The
details of recording are enclosed.
4.6 Bigger New Lift:
The voltage level was quite on higher side i.e. 430 V. current was varying in the range of 0-21. Phase to Phase current unbalancing
was quite on higher side i.e. around 40- 150%. Total load in KW was varying in the range of 0.8 -10 Kw. Power factor was Varying in the
range of 0.20 - 0.78. The harmonics in current (THDi) was in the range of 30 120 % and in voltage it was 1.9 13.0 % current
harmonics were quite on higher side due to frequent operation and jerking load and requires filteration. The details of recording are
enclosed.
4.7 Solar water heater:
Based on 500 liter/day consumption of hot water for canteen , the replaced solar geyser of this capacity will result in the
the electricity savings of 5592 units or Rs. 0.28 lac/yr. as compared to the present electrical one as per details given
below500 lts x 1 x (60-20 ) = 20,000 kcal/hr or 23.3 kw/day.
Savings: 23.3 x 240 days = 5,592 units or Rs. 33552/Installation cost @ Rs.200/- per liter
For 500 liter will be = Rs. 1.00 lacs
Approx pay back period = 3.0 yrs.
4.8 Power saving in Kitchen by optimizing freezer operation:
It was noticed that the freezer in the kitchen runs for all the 24 hrs. independent of the fact that whether it is loaded or
empty. In day time normally it remains empty and run idle so it should stop in day time 9.0 AM to 6.0 PM and in the night
when they keep the material then it should work otherwise it should be stopped even in the night. The expected saving in
day time is as follows:
Freezer load in KW

4.0 kw
16

Approx. stoppage time

9 hrs.

Expected power saving

36 kwh/day

Annual power saving

240 x 36

8640 units

Annual Monitory saving

Rs.51,840/-

Investment

Nil

4.9 Second option:


The canteen should have a small refrigerator of 300 liters for keeping the material. If material is not much then they can
use the small refrigerator and save lot of power. The saving is not quantified as the exact data of material is not available with us.

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POWER SUPPLY TO CABINET SECRETRIATE BASEMENT & G.FLOOR FROM FEEDER NO.20 (MAIN POWER HOUSE)
RECORDING OF ALL IMPORTANT ELECTRICAL & POWER QUALITY PARAMETERS
Date

Time

Hz
Hz

Urms
Phase1
V

Urms
Phase2
V

Urms
Phase3
V

Arms
Phase1
A

Arms
Phase2
A

Arms
Phase3
A

W Phase1
W

W Phase2
W

W Phase3
W

Sum of
Phases
W

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6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010

11:52:00 AM
11:53:00 AM
11:54:00 AM
11:55:00 AM
11:56:00 AM
11:57:00 AM
11:58:00 AM
11:59:00 AM
12:00:00 PM
12:01:00 PM
12:02:00 PM
12:03:00 PM
12:04:00 PM
12:05:00 PM
12:06:00 PM
12:07:00 PM
12:08:00 PM
12:09:00 PM
12:10:00 PM
12:11:00 PM

49.85
49.88
49.87
49.86
49.85
49.8
49.75
49.76
49.76
49.82
49.86
49.9
49.94
49.93
49.9
49.83
49.81
49.78
49.73
49.69

431.9
432.8
432.6
432.5
432.7
432.5
432.3
432.3
432.3
434.4
434.6
435
434.6
434.8
434.4
433.7
433.7
433.2
432.3
431.9

431.3
432.1
432.1
431.5
431.5
431.5
431.1
431.2
430.9
433.2
433.3
433.7
433.4
433.3
433.3
432.5
432.5
431.6
431.2
430.6

432.1
433.1
433
432.6
432.5
432.5
431.8
431.8
431.8
433.9
434.2
434.9
434.5
434.4
433.7
433.4
433.1
432.7
432.2
431.7

126
127.4
123.4
116.8
116.9
119.9
128.3
126.9
125.5
109.8
107
106.2
111
113.2
113
114.5
111
118.6
117.4
119.6

205.7
207.8
193.6
188.5
191.4
199.8
209
207.4
209.1
193.9
188
190.9
193.5
195.4
192.1
185.6
184.3
200.3
198.2
203.9

141.9
142.5
138.7
132
132.4
135.8
142.5
142.1
141.4
126.1
123.2
123.2
129.6
132.1
132
132.3
127.3
132.5
133.3
138.4

27719.98
28131.37
27251.62
25875.98
25955.02
26662.32
28359.29
28002.21
27608.73
24467.48
23932.22
23692.49
24651.69
24958.93
24922.35
25293.62
24615.40
26398.41
25986.90
26247.62

44772.41
45534.56
42162.48
41213.85
41873.93
43684.56
45628.13
45153.75
45654.05
42634.88
41231.16
42146.63
42496.61
42713.64
42212.34
40347.68
40292.34
43963.16
43252.10
44519.36

30989.78
31203.71
30305.88
28841.48
28884.58
29694.31
31022.84
30914.57
30753.45
27480.98
26900.44
26877.16
28352.71
28818.35
28744.15
28797.49
27620.35
28789.95
28987.32
30147.14

103482.17
104869.63
99719.98
95931.31
96713.53
100041.19
105010.26
104070.53
104016.23
94583.34
92063.82
92716.28
95501.01
96490.93
95878.84
94438.78
92528.09
99151.53
98226.33
100914.12

Date

Time

PF

PF

PF

Athd

Athd

Athd

Vthd

Vthd

Vthd

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Cont.
Vunb

Aunb

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6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010

11:52:00 AM
11:53:00 AM
11:54:00 AM
11:55:00 AM
11:56:00 AM
11:57:00 AM
11:58:00 AM
11:59:00 AM
12:00:00 PM
12:01:00 PM
12:02:00 PM
12:03:00 PM
12:04:00 PM
12:05:00 PM
12:06:00 PM
12:07:00 PM
12:08:00 PM
12:09:00 PM
12:10:00 PM
12:11:00 PM

Phase
1

Phase2

Phase3

Phase1
%

Phase2
%

Phase3
%

Phase1
%

Phase2
%

Phase3
%

IEEE)
%

(IEEE)
%

0.88
0.882
0.882
0.885
0.887
0.889
0.885
0.883
0.881
0.888
0.889
0.887
0.884
0.877
0.879
0.881
0.885
0.889
0.885
0.879

0.873
0.877
0.872
0.876
0.876
0.876
0.875
0.873
0.876
0.877
0.874
0.88
0.876
0.872
0.877
0.869
0.873
0.879
0.875
0.876

0.875
0.875
0.874
0.875
0.873
0.875
0.873
0.872
0.872
0.869
0.87
0.869
0.872
0.869
0.869
0.87
0.867
0.87
0.871
0.874

6.6
6.5
6.5
6.7
6.6
6.6
6.4
6.3
6
6.3
6.6
6.6
6.5
6.4
6.4
6.4
6.4
6.1
6.3
6.3

7.5
7.4
7.8
7.8
7.7
7.6
7.3
7.4
7.3
7.8
8.1
8
7.8
7.8
7.9
8.1
8.1
7.6
7.8
7.7

8
8
8.2
8.4
8.4
8.2
7.9
7.9
7.9
8.7
8.9
8.9
8.5
8.2
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.2
8.2
7.9

2.4
2.3
2.3
2.4
2.3
2.4
2.3
2.3
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.3
2.4
2.4

1.9
1.8
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.8
1.9
1.9
1.9
2
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.8
1.9
1.9

2.1
2.1
2.1
2.2
2.1
2.2
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1

0.1
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.1
0.2
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.2

30.3
30.5
27.5
29.3
30.3
31.6
30.7
30.6
31.8
35.3
34.9
36.3
33.7
33
31.8
28.8
30.8
33.1
32.5
32.4

19

POWER SUPPLY TO CABINET SECRETRIATE FIRST & SECOND FLOOR FROM FEEDER NO.34 (MAIN POWER
HOUSE) RECORDING OF ALL IMPORTANT ELECTRICAL & POWER QUALITY PARAMETERS

Date

Time

Hz
Hz

Urms
Phase1
V

Urms
Phase2
V

Urms
Phase3
V

Arms
Phase1
A

Arms
Phase2
A

Arms
Phase3
A

W Phase1
W

W Phase2
W

W Phase3
W

Sum of
Phases
W

6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010

12:27:00 PM
12:28:00 PM
12:29:00 PM
12:30:00 PM
12:31:00 PM
12:32:00 PM
12:33:00 PM
12:34:00 PM
12:35:00 PM
12:36:00 PM
12:37:00 PM
12:38:00 PM
12:39:00 PM
12:40:00 PM
12:41:00 PM
12:42:00 PM

49.95
49.91
49.85
49.83
49.77
49.74
49.73
49.7
49.7
49.72
49.78
49.8
49.77
49.77
49.78
49.83

427.2
427.1
426.6
426
425.8
426.6
427.2
429
428.8
428.9
429.1
429.2
428.8
429.3
429.9
430

429.5
429.3
429
428.1
427.7
428.1
428.9
430.8
430.6
430.8
430.9
431.1
430.9
431.1
431.3
431.1

428.5
428.5
428.4
427.7
427.4
427.9
428.1
429.6
429.6
429.9
429.9
430.1
429.9
430.2
430.3
430.4

91.2
92.7
91
80.5
79.8
80
90.6
90.6
91.1
91.1
90.8
90.8
92.2
90.9
86.6
79.8

86.8
86.7
87
86.7
86.6
86.7
86.9
87.1
87.2
87.3
87.2
87
87
87
88.2
89.1

137.8
128.2
127.1
128.2
135.3
136.6
128
126.8
132.2
138.4
138.5
130.8
128.7
132.6
138.7
137.7

20734.74
21028.91
20622.67
18432.30
18296.13
18353.50
20546.10
20578.93
20707.28
20704.31
20653.18
20656.86
20949.96
20683.35
19769.77
18401.32

20523.95
20488.97
20540.34
20440.98
20377.58
20413.31
20475.19
20546.80
20576.25
20632.52
20613.37
20563.68
20545.94
20563.00
20898.63
21137.97

32028.31
29694.19
29353.04
29568.25
31269.79
31671.70
29574.47
29321.50
30619.19
32181.32
32278.29
30418.23
29853.29
30757.21
32343.07
32146.25

73287.00
71212.07
70516.05
68441.53
69943.50
70438.51
70595.75
70447.23
71902.72
73518.15
73544.84
71638.76
71349.18
72003.56
73011.48
71685.54

20

Date

Time

PF
Phase
1

6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010

12:27:00 PM
12:28:00 PM
12:29:00 PM
12:30:00 PM
12:31:00 PM
12:32:00 PM
12:33:00 PM
12:34:00 PM
12:35:00 PM
12:36:00 PM
12:37:00 PM
12:38:00 PM
12:39:00 PM
12:40:00 PM
12:41:00 PM
12:42:00 PM

0.925
0.924
0.924
0.934
0.935
0.934
0.923
0.922
0.922
0.922
0.922
0.923
0.922
0.923
0.926
0.933

PF
Phase2

PF
Phase3

Athd
Phase1
%

Athd
Phase2
%

Athd
Phase3
%

Vthd
Phase1
%

Vthd
Phase2
%

Vthd
Phase3
%

Vunb
(IEEE)
%

Aunb
(IEEE)
%

0.95
0.95
0.95
0.951
0.951
0.949
0.948
0.945
0.945
0.946
0.946
0.946
0.946
0.946
0.947
0.949

0.936
0.932
0.93
0.93
0.934
0.935
0.931
0.928
0.93
0.933
0.935
0.932
0.93
0.93
0.934
0.936

13.7
13.6
13.8
15.2
15.2
15.2
13.8
13.7
13.7
13.6
13.7
13.6
13.4
13.5
13.9
14.9

13.4
13.3
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.3
13.2
13.2
13.3
13.2
13.1
13.1
13.1
12.7
12.6

16.6
17.5
17.7
17.6
16.8
16.6
17.4
17.5
17.1
16.5
16.3
17
17.2
17.1
16.4
16.5

1.8
1.8
1.8
1.9
1.9
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8

1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.7
1.7

1.5
1.5
1.6
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5

0.8
0.8
0.8
0.7
0.7
0.6
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.8
0.7

30.9
25
25
30.2
34.5
35.1
25.7
24.9
27.7
31.1
31.3
27.2
25.4
28.1
32.7
34.7

21

POWER SUPPLY TO CABINET SECRETRIATE BATH ROOM PANEL FROM FEEDER NO.54 (MAIN POWER HOUSE)
RECORDING OF ALL IMPORTANT ELECTRICAL & POWER QUALITY PARAMETERS

1:06:00 PM
1:07:00 PM
1:08:00 PM
1:09:00 PM
1:10:00 PM
1:11:00 PM
1:12:00 PM
1:13:00 PM
1:14:00 PM
1:15:00 PM
1:16:00 PM
1:17:00 PM
1:18:00 PM
1:19:00 PM
1:20:00 PM
1:21:00 PM

Hz
Hz
49.78
49.69
49.57
49.39
49.31
49.31
49.32
49.39
49.37
49.41
49.45
49.45
49.5
49.55
49.63
49.74

Urms
Phase1
V
437.3
436.5
435.2
434.4
435.4
435.1
434.6
433.9
433.6
433.9
434.2
434.3
434.7
435.4
435.6
436.3

Urms
Phase2
V
436.9
436.2
435.3
434.5
435.8
435.5
435
434.4
434
434
434.2
434.3
434.6
435.2
435.7
436.4

Urms
Phase3
V
437.3
436.3
435.4
435
436
435.8
435
434.6
434.3
434.3
434.6
434.6
435
435.5
435.9
436.6

Arms
Phase1
A
41.2
41.2
41.1
41.3
41.5
41.5
41.4
41.2
41.2
41.1
41.3
41.3
41.5
41.4
41.2
41.1

Arms
Phase2
A
25.9
25.9
26
26.1
26.2
26.2
26.1
26
26
25.9
26
26
26
25.9
25.8
25.7

Arms
Phase3
A
63.7
63.5
63.4
63.9
64.4
64.2
63.9
63.8
63.7
63.6
63.5
63.6
63.9
63.6
63.4
63.2

W
Phase1
W
8268.83
8246.07
8202.73
8188.83
8224.90
8208.87
8195.73
8185.83
8173.78
8154.83
8224.92
8227.52
8281.24
8261.83
8237.32
8223.96

W
Phase2
W
5789.90
5793.85
5785.01
5780.55
5790.58
5784.34
5759.34
5756.43
5758.31
5753.79
5769.35
5781.46
5787.07
5777.22
5747.40
5749.73

W Phase3
W
13886.35
13804.28
13737.15
13798.43
13901.96
13811.33
13767.24
13770.56
13714.84
13698.68
13717.73
13742.58
13849.25
13771.17
13732.27
13725.11

Sum of
Phases
W
27945.08
27844.19
27724.90
27767.81
27917.45
27804.54
27722.32
27712.82
27646.94
27607.29
27711.99
27751.55
27917.56
27810.22
27716.99
27698.79

Date

Time

PF
Phase1

PF
Phase2

PF
Phase3

6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010

1:06:00 PM
1:07:00 PM
1:08:00 PM
1:09:00 PM
1:10:00 PM
1:11:00 PM
1:12:00 PM
1:13:00 PM
1:14:00 PM

0.793
0.794
0.792
0.79
0.787
0.786
0.787
0.79
0.791

0.884
0.884
0.884
0.881
0.875
0.876
0.877
0.882
0.883

0.863
0.862
0.861
0.859
0.856
0.855
0.856
0.859
0.858

Athd
Phase1
%
7.2
7.2
7.2
7.2
7.4
7.5
7.3
7.4
7.4

Athd
Phase2
%
12.1
12.1
11.9
11.9
12.3
12.3
12
11.9
11.9

Athd
Phase3
%
8.4
8.4
9.3
8.5
8.5
9.2
9.5
9
9.6

Vthd
Phase1
%
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.3
2.4
2.2
2.3

Vthd
Phase2
%
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.3
2.3

Vthd
Phase3
%
2.2
2.2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.4
2.2
2.3

Vunb
(IEEE)
%
0
0.1
0
0.1
0.1
0
0
0.1
0.1

Aunb
(IEEE)
%
46.1
45.9
45.7
46
46.3
46
45.9
46.1
46

6/2/2010
6/2/2010

1:15:00 PM
1:16:00 PM

0.79
0.793

0.883
0.884

0.859
0.859

7.4
7.3

12
12.1

9
9.2

2.3
2.2

2.3
2.3

2.3
2.3

0.1
0

46.1
45.6

Date

Time

6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010

22

6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010

1:17:00 PM
1:18:00 PM
1:19:00 PM
1:20:00 PM
1:21:00 PM

0.792
0.794
0.793
0.793
0.793

0.884
0.884
0.883
0.884
0.884

0.86
0.862
0.86
0.86
0.861

7.3
7.3
7
7.2
7.3

12
12.2
12.3
11.9
12.1

9
9.5
8.4
9.3
8.8

23

2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2

2.3
2.3
2.3
2.2
2.3

2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.3

0
0
0
0.1
0

45.8
45.9
45.8
45.9
45.8

POWER SUPPLY TO CABINET SECRETRIATE CANTEEN PANEL FROM FEEDER NO.46 (MAIN POWER HOUSE)
RECORDING OF ALL IMPORTANT ELECTRICAL & POWER QUALITY PARAMETERS

1:30:00 PM
1:31:00 PM
1:32:00 PM
1:33:00 PM
1:34:00 PM
1:35:00 PM
1:36:00 PM
1:37:00 PM
1:38:00 PM

Hz
Hz
49.89
49.76
49.63
49.59
49.51
49.49
49.49
49.51
49.56

Urms
Phase1
V
436.5
435.3
434.3
434
433.3
432.8
433
432.9
433.2

Urms
Phase2
V
436.3
435.1
434.4
433.8
433.2
432.9
432.9
432.9
432.9

Urms
Phase3
V
436.6
435
433.9
433.5
433
433
433.3
432.9
433

Arms
Phase1
A
57.1
55.9
61.2
62.7
64.8
81
72.9
70.7
71.1

Arms
Phase2
A
41.1
42.2
44.2
53.1
54.9
57.4
54.2
54.3
58.1

Arms
Phase3
A
34
39.3
42.7
53.1
49
45.8
46.9
51.2
55.7

W Phase1
W
13820.00
12520.63
13593.49
14004.79
14551.13
18892.35
16244.57
15422.54
15582.20

W Phase2
W
9247.88
8895.58
9443.53
11973.27
12462.30
13046.34
11536.53
11530.04
12786.74

W Phase3
W
7419.12
8308.14
9209.43
12132.69
10950.12
10039.19
9865.38
10796.87
12091.35

Sum of
Phases
W
30486.99
29724.36
32246.45
38110.75
37963.54
41977.88
37646.48
37749.46
40460.29

Date

Time

PF
Phase1

PF
Phase2

PF
Phase3

6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010

1:30:00 PM
1:31:00 PM
1:32:00 PM
1:33:00 PM
1:34:00 PM
1:35:00 PM
1:36:00 PM
1:37:00 PM
1:38:00 PM

0.957
0.893
0.886
0.891
0.897
0.934
0.89
0.873
0.877

0.887
0.836
0.849
0.898
0.906
0.906
0.85
0.848
0.876

0.865
0.84
0.856
0.912
0.89
0.875
0.84
0.842
0.865

Athd
Phase1
%
7.1
7
7.1
7.2
7.4
6.5
6.2
6.5
6.5

Athd
Phase2
%
10.9
10.1
10.4
9.3
9.5
9.3
8.6
8.8
8.3

Athd
Phase3
%
11.7
9.4
9.8
8.2
9.5
10.4
8.5
8.1
7.6

Vthd
Phase1
%
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2

Vthd
Phase2
%
2.3
2.3
2.2
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.3
2.2
2.2

Vthd
Phase3
%
2.2
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2

Vunb
(IEEE)
%
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2

Aunb
(IEEE)
%
29.6
22.1
24
11.4
15.2
31.9
25.7
20.4
15.4

Date

Time

6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010

24

POWER SUPPLY TO CABINET SECRETRIATE FIRST FLOOR A.C. PANEL FROM FEEDER NO.14B (MAIN POWER HOUSE)
RECORDING OF ALL IMPORTANT ELECTRICAL & POWER QUALITY PARAMETERS

25

2:17:00 PM
2:17:20 PM
2:17:40 PM
2:18:00 PM
2:18:20 PM
2:18:40 PM
2:19:00 PM
2:19:20 PM
2:19:40 PM
2:20:00 PM
2:20:20 PM
2:20:40 PM
2:21:00 PM
2:21:20 PM
2:21:40 PM

Hz
Hz
49.42
49.43
49.43
49.42
49.41
49.39
49.39
49.4
49.45
49.45
49.45
49.46
49.47
49.51
49.54

Urms
Phase1
V
425.4
425.4
425.2
424.8
425.8
427.2
427.4
427.4
427.8
427.7
427.4
427.5
427.4
427.4
427.8

Urms
Phase2
V
426
426
425.7
425.4
426.5
427.9
428.2
428.2
428.3
428.1
428.2
428
428.2
428.2
428.1

Urms
Phase3
V
426.3
426.4
426.2
425.9
426.9
428.5
428.5
428.5
428.8
428.7
428.7
428.7
428.6
428.7
429

Arms
Phase1
A
104.9
105.2
105.2
105.4
105.6
105.4
105.3
105.1
104.9
104.7
104.4
104.4
104.3
104.3
104.5

Arms
Phase2
A
87
86.7
86.3
86.2
86.8
87.3
87.2
86.6
86.3
86.3
87
87
87.1
86.4
85.9

Arms
Phase3
A
63.4
63.3
63.3
63.5
64.2
63.6
63.6
63.6
63.4
63.3
63.4
63.4
63.4
63.4
63.1

W Phase1
W
23318.30
23377.31
23379.96
23440.18
23489.05
23427.08
23376.59
23320.00
23300.89
23224.91
23146.89
23158.25
23144.29
23150.42
23232.44

W Phase2
W
17721.18
17615.49
17438.39
17406.84
17607.18
17760.96
17707.33
17445.49
17390.61
17409.60
17678.46
17709.29
17726.18
17479.77
17330.61

W Phase3
W
13677.77
13686.32
13690.40
13722.18
13890.25
13722.52
13705.52
13720.07
13694.04
13674.67
13681.10
13692.94
13690.75
13696.49
13636.49

Sum of
Phases
W
54717.25
54679.13
54508.75
54569.19
54986.48
54910.56
54789.45
54485.56
54385.54
54309.17
54506.45
54560.48
54561.21
54326.68
54199.54

Time

PF
Phase1

PF
Phase2

PF
Phase3

Athd
Phase1
%

Athd
Phase2
%

Athd
Phase3
%

Vthd
Phase1
%

Vthd
Phase2
%

Vthd
Phase3
%

Vunb
(IEEE)
%

Aunb
(IEEE)
%

Date

Time

6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010

Date

26

6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010

2:17:00 PM
2:17:20 PM
2:17:40 PM
2:18:00 PM
2:18:20 PM
2:18:40 PM
2:19:00 PM
2:19:20 PM
2:19:40 PM
2:20:00 PM
2:20:20 PM
2:20:40 PM
2:21:00 PM
2:21:20 PM
2:21:40 PM

0.905
0.905
0.905
0.907
0.905
0.901
0.9
0.899
0.899
0.898
0.898
0.898
0.899
0.9
0.899

0.827
0.825
0.82
0.821
0.822
0.822
0.82
0.814
0.813
0.815
0.821
0.822
0.822
0.818
0.815

0.875
0.876
0.877
0.878
0.876
0.87
0.87
0.871
0.871
0.871
0.87
0.871
0.871
0.872
0.872

8.6
8.8
9.1
8.6
8.4
8.4
8.4
8.5
8.2
8.4
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.4
8.5

13.5
13.5
13.2
13.1
13.1
12.9
13
12.6
12.7
12.7
13
13.1
13.2
13
12.8

13.7
13.7
13.7
13.5
13.4
13.3
13.4
13.4
13.4
13.3
13.4
13.4
13.4
13.4
13.3

27

2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.1

2.3
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.1
2.2
2.1
2.1
2.1
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2

2.4
2.4
2.3
2.3
2.3
2.2
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.3
2.2

0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.2
0.1

25.5
25.6
25.5
25.3
24.9
25.6
25.5
25.3
25.3
25.3
25.4
25.4
25.4
25.1
25.3

POWER SUPPLY TO CABINET SECRETRIATE LIFT (BIG SIZE) PANEL FROM FEEDER NO.7B (MAIN POWER HOUSE)
RECORDING OF ALL IMPORTANT ELECTRICAL & POWER QUALITY PARAMETERS

28

Date

Time

6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010

3:07:05 PM
3:07:10 PM
3:07:15 PM
3:07:20 PM
3:07:25 PM
3:07:30 PM
3:07:35 PM
3:07:40 PM
3:07:45 PM
3:07:50 PM
3:07:55 PM
3:08:00 PM
3:08:05 PM
3:08:10 PM
3:08:15 PM
3:08:20 PM
3:08:25 PM
3:08:30 PM
3:08:35 PM
3:08:40 PM
3:08:45 PM
3:08:50 PM
3:08:55 PM
3:09:00 PM
3:09:05 PM
3:09:10 PM
3:09:15 PM
3:09:20 PM
3:09:25 PM
3:09:30 PM
3:09:35 PM
3:09:40 PM
3:09:45 PM

Hz
Hz
49.82
49.81
49.79
49.78
49.77
49.77
49.76
49.76
49.76
49.76
49.76
49.76
49.76
49.75
49.75
49.75
49.75
49.74
49.73
49.72
49.71
49.7
49.69
49.68
49.68
49.68
49.67
49.66
49.66
49.65
49.65
49.64
49.64

Urms
Phase1
V
431.7
431.1
431.1
431.3
431.5
431.1
431
430.8
430.5
430.5
431.1
430.6
430.3
430.1
430
429.6
430.3
430.4
430.2
429.9
430
430.1
430.5
429.8
430.1
430
429.8
430
429.7
430
429.6
429.4
429.6

Urms
Phase2
V
430.4
430.2
429.9
430
430.1
429.7
429.6
429.4
429.3
429.5
430.1
429.9
429.6
429.8
429.7
429.3
429.6
429.6
429.5
429.1
429.2
429.4
429.4
429
429
428.9
428.5
428.7
428.5
428.8
428.4
428.2
428.4

Urms
Phase3
V
430.9
430.4
430.5
430.5
430.2
430.1
429.9
429.6
429.6
430.2
429.7
429.4
429.4
429.6
429.2
429.7
429.9
429.6
429.4
429.5
429.4
429.5
428.8
429.1
429
428.8
428.9
428.6
429
428.4
428.2
428.3

Arms
Phase2
A
0.4
17.5
18.8
16.7
2.1
0.6
0
0
0
0
0
0.2
14
5.6
0.8
0
0
0.6
9.4
2.3
0.2
0
0.2
5.7
0.4
1.1
0
0
0
1
18.5
14.5
0.8

Arms
Phase3
A
1.1
9.8
10.4
9.3
1.8
1.1
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.9
1
7.8
3.5
1.2
0.9
0.9
1.1
5.4
1.8
0.9
0.9
0.9
3.5
1
1.3
0.9
0.9
0.9
1.3
9.9
7.9
1.1

29

Arms
Neutral
A
4.6
12.2
12.3
11.4
6.3
5
3.9
3.8
3.7
3.9
3.8
4.1
10.8
7.5
5
3.9
3.7
4.6
8.6
6.2
4.1
3.8
3.9
7.4
5.9
5.8
4.1
3.8
3.7
5.2
12.1
10.4
5.7

W
Phase1
W
1014.32
4430.58
4695.53
4315.82
1528.93
1116.00
764.37
735.91
698.93
772.17
728.15
850.27
3776.43
2165.45
1144.37
761.65
715.41
1017.12
2869.83
1562.20
848.31
727.68
800.06
2208.30
1269.48
1374.66
818.15
738.28
696.35
1235.35
4603.55
3850.07
1290.84

W Phase2
W
64.44
3083.11
3308.72
2900.39
234.79
80.81
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
33.73
2432.96
848.26
109.16
0.00
0.00
75.49
1473.65
296.91
24.25
0.00
26.17
884.64
34.68
149.96
0.00
0.00
0.00
132.87
3184.91
2411.93
103.60

W
Phase3
W
191.46
1736.45
1837.25
1618.11
261.18
193.39
161.15
161.17
161.01
160.85
161.87
176.64
1368.16
567.06
203.51
160.03
160.28
188.59
875.62
288.37
168.75
161.13
171.06
578.97
170.15
217.15
161.49
159.70
158.49
212.64
1716.77
1323.01
196.26

Sum of
Phases
W
1270.23
9250.14
9841.50
8834.32
2024.90
1390.19
925.52
897.08
859.93
933.01
890.02
1060.64
7577.56
3580.78
1457.05
921.68
875.69
1281.20
5219.10
2147.48
1041.31
888.80
997.30
3671.92
1474.31
1741.77
979.64
897.98
854.84
1580.86
9505.23
7585.01
1590.70

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6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010

3:09:50 PM
3:09:55 PM
3:10:00 PM
3:10:05 PM
3:10:10 PM
3:10:15 PM
3:10:20 PM
3:10:25 PM
3:10:30 PM
3:10:35 PM
3:10:40 PM
3:10:45 PM
3:10:50 PM
3:10:55 PM
3:11:00 PM
3:11:05 PM
3:11:10 PM
3:11:15 PM
3:11:20 PM
3:11:25 PM
3:11:30 PM
3:11:35 PM
3:11:40 PM
3:11:45 PM
3:11:50 PM
3:11:55 PM
3:12:00 PM
3:12:05 PM
3:12:10 PM
3:12:15 PM
3:12:20 PM
3:12:25 PM
3:12:30 PM
3:12:35 PM
3:12:40 PM
3:12:45 PM

49.63
49.63
49.62
49.62
49.61
49.61
49.6
49.59
49.59
49.59
49.58
49.57
49.57
49.57
49.57
49.56
49.57
49.58
49.58
49.59
49.59
49.58
49.58
49.57
49.57
49.56
49.56
49.55
49.56
49.56
49.56
49.56
49.57
49.56
49.56
49.57

429.5
429.4
429.5
429.3
429.5
429.4
429.3
428.8
428.8
428.8
428.8
428.6
428.4
427.9
428
427.2
427.5
427.5
427
427
427.3
427.2
427
426.9
426.4
426.4
426.2
426.3
426.4
425.9
425.7
425.8
426.1
426.1
425.9
426.1

428.2
428.3
428.4
428.2
428.6
428.7
428.6
428.1
428
428
427.9
427.7
427.6
427.2
426.8
425.9
426
426
425.6
425.8
426.4
426.4
426.4
426.3
425.9
425.6
425.3
425.2
425.2
424.8
424.9
424.9
424.8
424.6
424.7
425

428.3
428.6
428.6
428.7
429.1
429
428.8
428.3
428.2
428.1
428.1
428
427.9
427.3
427.3
426.4
426.7
426.7
426.3
426.3
426.5
426.4
426.2
426
425.5
425.4
425.1
425.1
425.3
424.9
424.9
425.1
425.2
425
424.9
425.1

0
0
0
0
5.8
10.6
0.5
0
0
0
2.3
8.6
0.8
0.3
0
0
0
0.9
21
2.5
0.4
0
0
1.6
21.3
1.2
0.1
0
0
7.3
17
2.5
0
0
0
1.1

0.9
0.9
0.9
0.9
3.8
6.1
1.1
0.9
0.9
0.9
1.9
5.1
1.2
1
0.9
0.9
0.9
1.2
10.5
1.7
0.9
0.8
0.8
1.3
10.9
1.1
0.8
0.8
0.8
4
8.4
1.5
0.8
0.8
0.8
1

30

4
3.7
3.7
3.7
7.5
9.2
5.1
3.9
3.8
3.7
5.9
8.6
6.1
4.4
3.8
3.8
3.7
5.1
12.7
6.2
4.2
3.8
3.6
5.3
12.9
5.7
4
3.7
3.7
7.6
11.6
6.1
4
3.8
3.6
5

799.50
723.25
710.05
728.04
2262.57
3093.16
1125.93
761.19
718.65
708.84
1523.67
2754.64
1394.66
919.18
734.70
730.94
694.52
1178.95
4895.39
1509.78
874.74
742.19
683.10
1303.27
4861.49
1325.58
809.86
716.34
712.61
2340.41
4295.18
1582.10
813.23
737.44
689.37
1174.06

0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
938.52
1689.07
75.72
0.00
0.00
0.00
304.82
1361.01
113.26
47.47
0.00
0.00
0.00
114.18
3644.87
265.53
49.96
0.00
0.00
202.47
3686.34
150.58
13.32
0.00
0.00
1165.85
3006.61
301.69
0.00
0.00
0.00
131.86

158.96
160.37
160.84
161.76
628.31
1003.99
193.43
161.11
161.18
161.18
301.10
838.39
208.71
177.93
158.96
158.80
159.59
206.44
1824.54
247.93
164.50
153.24
153.37
219.37
1875.66
191.81
152.41
152.08
152.57
662.39
1511.22
239.31
150.66
151.12
151.39
185.04

958.47
883.61
870.89
889.80
3829.40
5786.22
1395.08
922.30
879.83
870.01
2129.60
4954.05
1716.63
1144.57
893.66
889.73
854.10
1499.57
10364.80
2023.24
1089.21
895.44
836.47
1725.11
10423.50
1667.97
975.59
868.42
865.18
4168.66
8813.01
2123.10
963.89
888.56
840.76
1490.96

6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010

3:12:50 PM
3:12:55 PM
3:13:00 PM
3:13:05 PM
3:13:10 PM
3:13:15 PM
3:13:20 PM
3:13:25 PM
3:13:30 PM

49.57
49.57
49.56
49.57
49.58
49.57
49.58
49.58
49.57

425.9
425.8
425.7
426.2
426.6
426.5
426.2
426
425.9

424.8
424.6
424.2
424.4
424.8
424.9
424.7
424.6
424.5

425.2
425
424.7
425.1
425.4
425.4
425.2
424.9
424.8

5.7
1
0.3
0
0
0.7
13.1
3.8
0.2

3.1
1
0.8
0.8
0.8
1
6.4
2.1
0.8

7.1
5.9
4.1
3.8
3.6
4.6
9.4
6.5
4.2

2097.76
1351.59
861.20
737.04
702.88
1018.10
3462.70
1754.53
847.76

808.86
125.20
38.10
0.00
0.00
90.67
2116.20
507.67
33.95

484.81
183.00
159.35
150.53
151.76
174.08
1062.71
332.65
136.51

3391.43
1659.79
1058.65
887.58
854.63
1282.85
6641.62
2594.85
1018.22

Date

Time

PF
Phase
1

PF
Phase2

PF
Phase3

Athd
Phase1
%

Athd
Phase2
%

Athd
Phase3
%

Vthd
Phase1
%

Vthd
Phase2
%

Vthd
Phase3
%

Vunb
(IEEE)
%

Aunb
(IEEE)
%

6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010

3:07:05 PM
3:07:10 PM
3:07:15 PM
3:07:20 PM
3:07:25 PM
3:07:30 PM
3:07:35 PM
3:07:40 PM
3:07:45 PM
3:07:50 PM
3:07:55 PM
3:08:00 PM
3:08:05 PM
3:08:10 PM
3:08:15 PM
3:08:20 PM
3:08:25 PM
3:08:30 PM
3:08:35 PM
3:08:40 PM
3:08:45 PM

0.718
0.784
0.788
0.786
0.762
0.73
0.669
0.658
0.647
0.673
0.654
0.688
0.784
0.76
0.74
0.671
0.652
0.72
0.779
0.76
0.692

0.227
0.66
0.709
0.695
0.387
0.206
0
0
0
0
0
0.113
0.627
0.431
0.314
0
0
0.298
0.581
0.378
0.098

0.699
0.683
0.705
0.693
0.627
0.69
0.722
0.724
0.728
0.727
0.729
0.718
0.68
0.652
0.683
0.723
0.727
0.697
0.638
0.642
0.71

30.8
57.4
69
69.2
40.9
38.3
36.3
30.3
26.9
32.9
28.5
28.9
47.4
49.6
38.1
32.5
28
30.8
50.8
43.1
35.3

25.1
105.6
95
97.5
92.1
69.1
0
0
0
0
0
0
111.4
79
92.9
0
0
53.8
120.5
81.1
40.3

38.2
90.2
97.9
100.1
58.4
41.5
23.7
23.7
23.2
23.4
24
30.7
79.2
62.8
46.1
23.2
23.9
38
86.5
43.3
30.8

3
2.8
2.7
2.9
3
3
3.1
3
2.8
2.8
3
3
2.9
2.9
2.9
2.9
3
3
3
3
3

2
1.9
1.9
1.9
2
2
2
1.9
1.9
1.9
2
2
2
1.9
2
1.9
2
2
2
2
1.9

2.5
2.4
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.5
2.5
2.4
2.4
2.5
2.5
2.4
2.5
2.4
2.4
2.4
2.5
2.4
2.5
2.5

0.5
0.5
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5

136.6
41.3
41.4
42
102.5
134.6
150.9
150
149.1
150.9
150
141
43.3
67.5
125.9
150.9
149.1
130.1
51
100.8
145

31

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3:08:50 PM
3:08:55 PM
3:09:00 PM
3:09:05 PM
3:09:10 PM
3:09:15 PM
3:09:20 PM
3:09:25 PM
3:09:30 PM
3:09:35 PM
3:09:40 PM
3:09:45 PM
3:09:50 PM
3:09:55 PM
3:10:00 PM
3:10:05 PM
3:10:10 PM
3:10:15 PM
3:10:20 PM
3:10:25 PM
3:10:30 PM
3:10:35 PM
3:10:40 PM
3:10:45 PM
3:10:50 PM
3:10:55 PM
3:11:00 PM
3:11:05 PM
3:11:10 PM
3:11:15 PM
3:11:20 PM
3:11:25 PM
3:11:30 PM
3:11:35 PM
3:11:40 PM
3:11:45 PM

0.656
0.674
0.79
0.745
0.781
0.686
0.66
0.646
0.759
0.78
0.782
0.764
0.681
0.656
0.651
0.657
0.786
0.76
0.738
0.668
0.653
0.651
0.776
0.769
0.777
0.705
0.662
0.662
0.648
0.755
0.786
0.764
0.703
0.67
0.65
0.775

0
0.099
0.574
0.06
0.536
0
0
0
0.408
0.677
0.668
0.314
0
0
0
0
0.565
0.485
0.312
0
0
0
0.526
0.466
0.433
0.197
0
0
0
0.412
0.683
0.366
0.186
0
0
0.403

0.725
0.716
0.66
0.683
0.674
0.716
0.725
0.725
0.669
0.678
0.669
0.683
0.722
0.726
0.728
0.728
0.645
0.645
0.685
0.722
0.724
0.727
0.645
0.638
0.673
0.698
0.721
0.722
0.725
0.672
0.684
0.64
0.713
0.726
0.729
0.683

31.1
29.8
41.5
37.3
33.9
36.2
31
27.1
33.1
68
68.7
36.5
35.6
28.8
27.7
29.6
41.7
54.3
37
35.2
28.8
27.5
36.2
53.5
32.9
36.1
29.4
31.3
25.7
30.7
67.9
37
35.8
33.2
27.5
35.7

0
0
120.5
31.3
102.6
14.7
0
0
80.2
98.3
101.5
65.2
15.2
0
0
0
98.3
85.4
62.4
0
0
0
100.4
105.9
75
46.6
0
0
0
77.6
94.5
81.3
68.2
0
0
84.2

24.4
33.1
73
19.5
54.4
23.6
23.3
23.8
47.9
100.3
102.4
42.9
24
24.2
24.4
25.2
77.3
69.4
38.3
24.6
25.2
25.6
62.9
82.2
51.5
31.4
25
24.8
25.6
48.8
97.9
42.1
26.3
20.9
21.1
52.5

32

3
2.9
2.8
3
3
2.9
3
2.9
3
2.8
2.9
3
3
2.9
2.9
3
3
2.9
2.9
2.8
2.9
2.9
3
2.9
2.9
3
3
3.1
3
2.9
2.8
3
3.1
3
3
3

1.9
1.9
1.8
1.9
2
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
2
1.9
1.8
1.9
1.8
1.9
1.9
1.8
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.8
2
1.9
1.9
1.9
1.9

2.5
2.5
2.4
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.6
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.6
2.5
2.5
2.6
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.4
2.5
2.4
2.5
2.5
2.6
2.5
2.6
2.6
2.6
2.5
2.4
2.6
2.6
2.6
2.5
2.5

0.5
0.5
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.5
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.5

150
143.1
65.4
149.4
124.2
152.6
150
148.1
121.6
43.1
44
134.5
151.8
149.1
149.1
150
64.8
48.2
137.7
150.9
149.1
149.1
95.9
53.7
135.5
140
150
149.1
148.1
124.1
44.4
97.6
138.1
154.7
152
110.3

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6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
6/2/2010
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6/2/2010
6/2/2010

3:11:50 PM
3:11:55 PM
3:12:00 PM
3:12:05 PM
3:12:10 PM
3:12:15 PM
3:12:20 PM
3:12:25 PM
3:12:30 PM
3:12:35 PM
3:12:40 PM
3:12:45 PM
3:12:50 PM
3:12:55 PM
3:13:00 PM
3:13:05 PM
3:13:10 PM
3:13:15 PM
3:13:20 PM
3:13:25 PM
3:13:30 PM

0.78
0.776
0.691
0.663
0.661
0.79
0.781
0.795
0.691
0.671
0.655
0.763
0.755
0.779
0.705
0.671
0.658
0.73
0.787
0.766
0.703

0.689
0.378
0.084
0
0
0.548
0.553
0.475
0
0
0
0.378
0.313
0.386
0.098
0
0
0.277
0.601
0.371
0.095

0.685
0.693
0.718
0.725
0.727
0.672
0.684
0.638
0.722
0.725
0.729
0.695
0.639
0.701
0.715
0.725
0.729
0.706
0.653
0.636
0.68

69.6
35.9
36.7
30.2
28.5
42.3
56.2
41
37.9
33.5
26.9
32.5
49.8
35
37.9
32.9
28.2
31.4
57.3
42.7
36.9

91.9
97.6
41.1
0
0
102.8
75.3
145.2
21.8
0
0
87.1
87.9
84.5
52.1
0
0
58.1
117.9
78.4
50.4

97.5
38.1
20.3
20.7
20.6
69.2
62.8
66.7
20.3
20.5
20.4
37.1
62
32.5
25.1
20.4
20.5
32.8
89.1
48.3
31.9

33

2.8
2.8
2.9
3
3.1
3
2.9
3
3
3
3
3
3
2.8
2.9
3
3.1
3.1
2.9
2.9
2.9

1.8
1.8
1.9
2
2
2
1.9
2
2
2
2
2
2
1.9
1.9
2
2
2
1.9
1.9
1.9

2.3
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.5
2.4
2.5
2.5
2.6
2.6
2.6
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.6
2.6
2.6
2.5
2.5
2.5

0.6
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.6

43.2
125
151.8
153.8
153.8
55.7
46.8
100.8
156.4
154.7
152.9
124.1
68
134.1
145
154.7
152.9
130.1
48.8
83.6
149.2

BASEMENT & G. FLOOR FROM (FEEDER NO.20)


TRENDS OF FREQUENCY

54.00

52.00

Hz 50.00

48.00

46.00

6/2/2010
11:52:00.000 AM

19:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
12:11:00.000 PM

19:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
12:11:00.000 PM

TRENDS OF VOLTAGE
475.0
470.0
465.0
460.0
455.0
450.0
445.0
440.0
V

435.0
430.0
425.0
420.0
415.0
410.0
405.0
400.0
395.0
390.0
6/2/2010
11:52:00.000 AM

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TRENDS OF CURRENT (AMPS.)


220.0
200.0
180.0
160.0
A

140.0
120.0
100.0
80.00

6/2/2010
11:52:00.000 AM

19:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
12:11:00.000 PM

TREND OF LOAD IN WATTS


115.0E+3
110.0E+3
105.0E+3
100.0E+3
95.00E+3
90.00E+3
85.00E+3
80.00E+3
75.00E+3
W 70.00E+3
65.00E+3
60.00E+3
55.00E+3
50.00E+3
45.00E+3
40.00E+3
35.00E+3
30.00E+3
25.00E+3
6/2/2010
11:52:00.000 AM

19:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
12:11:00.000 PM

(THE RED LINE ON TOP INDICATING TOTAL LOAD OF ALL PHASES)

35

HARMONIC DISTORTION IN CURRENT (THDi)


9.500
9.000
8.500
8.000
%

7.500
7.000
6.500
6.000
5.500
6/2/2010
11:52:00.000 AM

19:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
12:11:00.000 PM

HARMONIC DISTORTION IN VOLTAGE (THDv)


2.600

2.400

2.200
%
2.000

1.800

6/2/2010
11:52:00.000 AM

19:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

36

6/2/2010
12:11:00.000 PM

TREND OF POWER FACTOR


0.96
0.94
0.92
0.90
0.88
0.86
0.84
0.82
0.80
0.78
6/2/2010
11:52:00.000 AM

19:00.000 (min:s )
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
12:11:00.000 PM

VOLTAGE UNBALANCE (IEEE)


0.22

0.20

0.18

0.16

0.14

0.12

0.10
6/2/2010
11:52:00.000 AM

19:00.000 (m in:s )
3 m in/Div

6/2/2010
12:11:00.000 PM

CURRENT UNBALANCE (IEEE)


38.00

36.00

34.00
%

32.00

30.00

28.00

26.00
6/2/2010
11:52:00.000 AM

19:00.000 (m in:s )
3 m in/Div

37

6/2/2010
12:11:00.000 PM

FIRST FLOOR & SECOND FLOOR FROM (FEEDER NO.34)


TRENDS OF FREQUENCY

54.00

52.00

Hz 50.00

48.00

46.00

6/2/2010
12:27:00.000 PM

15:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
12:42:00.000 PM

15:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
12:42:00.000 PM

TRENDS OF VOLTAGE
470.0
465.0
460.0
455.0
450.0
445.0
440.0
435.0
V 430.0
425.0
420.0
415.0
410.0
405.0
400.0
395.0
390.0
385.0
6/2/2010
12:27:00.000 PM

38

TRENDS OF CURRENT (AMPS.)

140.0

120.0

100.0
A
80.00

60.00

40.00
6/2/2010
12:27:00.000 PM

15:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
12:42:00.000 PM

TREND OF LOAD IN WATTS


80.00E+3
75.00E+3
70.00E+3
65.00E+3
60.00E+3
55.00E+3
W

50.00E+3
45.00E+3
40.00E+3
35.00E+3
30.00E+3
25.00E+3
20.00E+3
6/2/2010
12:27:00.000 PM

15:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
12:42:00.000 PM

(THE RED LINE ON TOP INDICATING TOTAL LOAD OF ALL PHASES)

39

HARMONIC DISTORTION IN CURRENT (THDi)

19.00
18.50
18.00
17.50
17.00
16.50
16.00
% 15.50
15.00
14.50
14.00
13.50
13.00
12.50
12.00
11.50
6/2/2010
12:27:00.000 PM

15:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
12:42:00.000 PM

HARMONIC DISTORTION IN VOLTAGE (THDv)

2.050
2.000
1.950
1.900
1.850
1.800
1.750
%

1.700
1.650
1.600
1.550
1.500
1.450
1.400
1.350
6/2/2010
12:27:00.000 PM

15:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

40

6/2/2010
12:42:00.000 PM

TREND OF POWER FACTOR

1.000

0.95

0.90

0.85

6/2/2010
12:27:00.000 PM

15:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
12:42:00.000 PM

15:00.000 (m in:s )
3 m in/Div

6/2/2010
12:42:00.000 PM

VOLTAGE UNBALANCE (IEEE)


0.95
0.90
0.85
0.80
%

0.75
0.70
0.65
0.60
0.55
6/2/2010
12:27:00.000 PM

CURRENT UNBALANCE (IEEE)


38.00
36.00
34.00
32.00
%

30.00
28.00
26.00
24.00

6/2/2010
12:27:00.000 PM

15:00.000 (min:s )
3 min/Div

41

6/2/2010
12:42:00.000 PM

BATHROOM FEEDER FROM (FEEDER NO.54)


TRENDS OF FREQUENCY

54.00

52.00

50.00
Hz

48.00

46.00

6/2/2010
1:06:00.000 PM

15:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
1:21:00.000 PM

15:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
1:21:00.000 PM

TRENDS OF VOLTAGE
480.0
475.0
470.0
465.0
460.0
455.0
450.0
445.0
440.0
V 435.0
430.0
425.0
420.0
415.0
410.0
405.0
400.0
395.0
390.0
6/2/2010
1:06:00.000 PM

42

TRENDS OF CURRENT (AMPS.)

70.00
65.00
60.00
55.00
50.00
A
45.00
40.00
35.00
30.00
25.00
6/2/2010
1:06:00.000 PM

15:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
1:21:00.000 PM

TREND OF LOAD IN WATTS


30.00E+3

25.00E+3

20.00E+3
W
15.00E+3

10.00E+3

6/2/2010
1:06:00.000 PM

15:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
1:21:00.000 PM

(THE RED LINE ON TOP INDICATING TOTAL LOAD OF ALL PHASES)

43

HARMONIC DISTORTION IN CURRENT (THDi)


13.50
13.00
12.50
12.00
11.50
11.00
10.50
% 10.00
9.500
9.000
8.500
8.000
7.500
7.000
6.500
6/2/2010
1:06:00.000 PM

15:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
1:21:00.000 PM

HARMONIC DISTORTION IN VOLTAGE (THDv)


2.600
2.550
2.500
2.450
2.400
2.350
2.300
%

2.250
2.200
2.150
2.100
2.050
2.000
1.950
1.900
6/2/2010
1:06:00.000 PM

15:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

44

6/2/2010
1:21:00.000 PM

TREND OF POWER FACTOR


0.95

0.90

0.85

0.80

0.75

6/2/2010
1:06:00.000 PM

15:00.000 (min:s )
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
1:21:00.000 PM

VOLTAGE UNBALANCE (IEEE)


0.10

80.00E-3

60.00E-3
%

40.00E-3

20.00E-3

0.000
6/2/2010
1:06:00.000 PM

15:00.000 (min:s)
3 min/Div

6/2/2010
1:21:00.000 PM

CURRENT UNBALANCE (IEEE)


50.50
50.00
49.50
49.00
48.50
48.00
47.50
47.00
46.50
% 46.00
45.50
45.00
44.50
44.00
43.50
43.00
42.50
42.00
41.50
41.00
6/2/2010
1:06:00.000 PM

15:00.000 (m in:s )
3 m in/Div

45

6/2/2010
1:21:00.000 PM

5.0 Recommendation On Interior Lighting


The location wise load inventory and lighting load survey details are enclosed as
Appendix- A & B. Other recommendations for savings in lighting are as follows:

Recommendation No.1
Existing Lighting

15 Nos. of 40W FTL fixtures are installed in Cabinet Secretariat.

Description

In cabinet secretariat block there are many numbers of 40W FTL


having electromagnetic choke having consumption of 55W in each
fitting ( Including the consumption of electromagnetic choke).

Recommendation

Replace all the 40W FTL with T5 (28W) having the consumption
of 30 watt( Including the consumption of electronic choke i.e. 2W)

Energy Saving calculation


Average use of single 40W FTL in a day

10 Hours

Average use of single 40W FTL in a year

300 days/year

Average Power consumption of single 40W FTL

55W

Average Power consumption of single 28W-T5

30W

Average Power saving after replacement of 40W FTL with T5

25W (per single tube)

Approximate No. of 40W FTL fixture in use at Cabinet secretariat :

15 Nos.

Cost Benefit Calculation


Annual energy saving potential

(10 X 300 X 25 X 15) / 1000


= 1,125 units.

Annual cost saving @ Rs.6/unit

Rs. 6750/-

Cost of Single 28W-T5 fixture

Rs.460/-

Total Investment Cost of 15 fixture

Rs. 6900/-

Simple Payback Period

1.02 years.

46

Recommendation No. 2
Existing Lighting

38 Nos. of 36W FTL fixtures are installed in Cabinet Secretariat.

Description

In cabinet secretariat block there are many numbers of 36W FTL


having electromagnetic choke of having consumption of 48W in
each fitting ( Including the consumption of electromagnetic choke
i.e. 12W ).

Recommendation

Replace all the 36W FTL with T5 (28W) having the consumption
of 30 watt( Including the consumption of electronic choke i.e. 2W)

Energy Saving calculation


Average use of single 36W FTL in a day

10 Hours

Average use of single 36W FTL in a year

300 days/year

Average Power consumption of single 36W FTL

48W

Average Power consumption of single 28W-T5

30W

Average Power saving after replacement of 36W FTL with T5

18W (per single tube)

Approximate No. of 40W FTL fixture in use at Cabinet secretariat :

38 Nos.

Cost Benefit Calculation


Annual energy saving potential

(10 X 300 X 18 X 38) / 1000


= 2,052 units.

Annual cost saving @ Rs.6/unit

Rs. 12,312/-

Cost of Single 28W-T5 fixture

Rs.460/-

Total Investment Cost of 38 fixture

Rs. 17,480/-

Simply Payback Period

1.41 years.

47

Recommendation No. 3
Existing Lighting

2x36W FTL of 16 Nos. is installed in cabinet secretariat.

Description

In cabinet secretariat block there are many numbers of 2x36W FTL


having electromagnetic choke of having consumption of 96W in
each fitting (Including the consumption of electromagnetic choke
i.e. 24W).

Recommendation

Replace all the 2x36W FTL with 1x36W with polymer reflector
having the consumption of 38 watt (Including the consumption of
electronic choke i.e. 2W)

Energy Saving calculation


Average use of 2x36W FTL in a day

10 Hours

Average use of 2x36W FTL in a year

300 days/year

Average Power consumption of 2x36W FTL

96W

Average Power consumption of 1x36W FTL

38W

Average Power saving after replacement of 2x36W FTL from 1x36W

58W

Approximate No. of 2x36W FTL fixture in use at Cabinet secretariat

16 Nos.

Cost Benefit Calculation


Annual energy saving potential

(10 X 300 X 16 X 58) / 1000


= 2,784 units.

Annual cost saving @ Rs.6/unit

Rs. 16,704/-

Cost of Single 36w with electronic Choke fixture

Rs.860/-

Total Investment Cost of 16 fixture

Rs. 13,760/-

Simple Payback Period

0.82 years.

48

Recommendation No. 4
Existing Lighting

2x36W FTL of 66 No. are installed in cabinet secretariat.

Description

In cabinet secretariat block there are many numbers of 2x36W FTL


having electronic choke of having consumption of 76W in each
fitting (Including the consumption of electromagnetic choke i.e.
4W ).

Recommendation

Replace all the 2x36W FTL with 1x36W with polymer reflector
having the consumption of 38 watt( Including the consumption of
electronic choke i.e. 2W)

Energy Saving calculation


Average use of 2x36W FTL in a day

10 Hours

Average use of 2x36W FTL in a year

300 days/year

Average Power consumption of 2x36W FTL with electronic choke

76W

Average Power consumption of 1x36W FTL with polymer reflector

38W

Average Power saving after replacement of 2x36W FTL from 1x36W

38W

Approximate No. of 2x36W FTL fixture in use at Cabinet secretariat

66 Nos.

Cost Benefit Calculation


Annual energy saving potential

(10 X 300 X 38 X 66) / 1000


= 7,524 units.

Annual cost saving @ Rs.6/unit

Rs. 45,144/-

Cost of Single fixture of 36w with electronic choke

Rs.860/-

Total Investment Cost of 66 fixture

Rs. 56740/-

Simple Payback Period

1.26 years.

49

Recommendation No. 5
Existing Lighting

60W GLS bulb of 14 No. are installed in cabinet secretariat.

Description

In cabinet secretariat block there are many numbers of 60W GLS


having consumption of 60W in each fixture

Recommendation

Replace all the 60W GLS bulb with 7W LED lamps.

Energy Saving calculation


Average use of 60W GLS bulb in a day

10 Hours

Average use of 60W GLS bulb in a year

300 days/year

Average Power consumption of 60W GLS bulb

60W

Average Power consumption of 7W LED lamp

7W

Average Power saving after replacement of 60W GLS with 7W LED

53W

Approximate No. of 60W GLS bulb in use at Cabinet secretariat

14 Nos.

Cost Benefit Calculation


Annual energy saving potential

(10 X 300 X 53 X 14) / 1000


= 2,226 units.

Annual cost saving @ Rs.6/unit

Rs. 13,356/-

Cost of 7W LED Lamp

Rs.700/-

Total Investment Cost of 14 fixture

Rs. 9,800/-

Simple Payback Period

0.73 years.

50

Recommendation No. 6
Existing Lighting

14 No. of 20W CFL are installed in cabinet secretariat.

Description

In cabinet secretariat block there are few numbers of 20W CFL are
installed having consumption of 20W of each lamp

Recommendation

Replace all the 20WCFL lamps with 7W LED lamps.

Energy Saving calculation


Average use of 20W CFL Lamp in a day

10 Hours

Average use of 20W CFL Lamp in a year

300 days/year

Average Power consumption of 20W CFL Lamp

20W

Average Power consumption of 7W LED Lamp

7W

Average Power saving after replacement of 20W CFL with 7W LED

13W

Approximate No. of 20W CFL Lamp in use at Cabinet secretariat

14 Nos.

Cost Benefit Calculation


Annual energy saving potential

(10 X 300 X 13 X 14) / 1000


= 546 units.

Annual cost saving @ Rs.6/unit

Rs. 3,276/-

Cost of 7W LED Lamp

Rs.700/-

Total Investment Cost of 14 fixture

Rs. 9,800/-

Simple Payback Period

2.99 years.

51

Recommendation No. 7
Existing Lighting

35 No. of 18W CFL are installed in cabinet secretariat.

Description

In cabinet secretariat block there are few numbers of 18W CFL are
installed having consumption of 18W of each lamp

Recommendation

Replace all the 18WCFL lamps with 7W LED lamps.

Energy Saving calculation


Average use of 18W CFL Lamp in a day

10 Hours

Average use of 18W CFL Lamp in a year

300 days/year

Average Power consumption of 18W CFL Lamp

18W

Average Power consumption of 7W LED Lamp

7W

Average Power saving after replacement of 18W CFL with 7W LED

11W

Approximate No. of 18W CFL Lamp in use at Cabinet secretariat

35 Nos.

Cost Benefit Calculation


Annual energy saving potential

(10 X 300 X 11 X 35) / 1000


= 1,155 units.

Annual cost saving @ Rs.6/unit

Rs. 6,930/-

Cost of 7W LED Lamp

Rs.700/-

Total Investment Cost of 14 fixture

Rs. 24500/-

Simple Payback Period

3.53 years.

52

Recommendation No. 8
Existing Lighting

16 No. of 15W GLS bulb are installed in cabinet secretariat.

Description

In cabinet secretariat block there are few numbers of 15W GLS


bulb are installed having consumption of 15W of each lamp

Recommendation

Replace all the 15W GLS lamps with 3W LED lamps.

Energy Saving calculation


Average use of 15W GLS lamps in a day

10 Hours

Average use of 15W GLS lamps in a year

300 days/year

Average Power consumption of 15W GLS lamps

15W

Average Power consumption of 3W LED Lamp

3W

Average Power saving after replacement of 15W GLS with 7W LED

12W

Approximate No. of 15W GLS lamps in use at Cabinet secretariat

16 Nos.

Cost Benefit Calculation


Annual energy saving potential

(10 X 300 X 12 X 16) / 1000


= 576 units.

Annual cost saving @ Rs.6/unit

Rs. 3,456/-

Cost of 3W LED Lamp

Rs.300/-

Total Investment Cost of 14 fixture

Rs. 4,800/-

Simple Payback Period

1.38 years.

53

Recommendation No. 9
Existing Lighting

32 No. of 2x55W Tube fixture are installed in cabinet secretariat.

Description

In cabinet secretariat block there are many numbers of 2x55W


Tube are installed having consumption of 114W of each fixture
(Including the consumption to choke of 4W).

Recommendation

Replace the entire 2x55W tube fixture with 2x28W fixture.

Energy Saving calculation


Average use of 2x55W tube fixture in a day

10 Hours

Average use of 2x55W tube fixture in a year

300 days/year

Average Power consumption of 2x55W tube fixture

114W

Average Power consumption of 2x28W fixture

60W

Average Power saving after replacement of 2x55W tube with 2x28W T5

54W

Approximate No. of 15W GLS lamps in use at Cabinet secretariat

32 Nos.

Cost Benefit Calculation


Annual energy saving potential

(10 X 300 X 54 X 32) / 1000


= 5,184 units.

Annual cost saving @ Rs.6/unit

Rs. 31,104/-

Cost of 2x28W fixture Lamp

Rs.1500 /-

Total Investment Cost of 32 fixture

Rs.48000 /-

Simple Payback Period

1.54 years.

54

Recommendation No. 10
Existing Lighting

69 No. of 2x36W, 8 No. of 2x40W, 13 No. of T5 and 30 No. of


1x40W Tube fixture are installed in cronies lightning in cabinet
secretariat.

Description

In cabinet secretariat block in many no. and different types of


fittings are used in Cornish for decoration purpose they are using
2x36W, 2x40W, T5 & 1x40W they have different types of
consumption with their chokes respectively 85W, 110W, 30W &
55W ( all consumption shown above are including the choke
consumption also).

Recommendation

Replace all the 2x36W, 2x40W, T5 & 1x40W tube fixture with
LED strips which consumes 5 watts.

Energy Saving calculation


Average use of different types of fittings in a day

10 Hours

Average use of different types of fittings in a year

300 days/year

90W

Approximate No. of 2x36W fitting

69

Total consumption of 2x36W fitting

6,210W

110W

Approximate No. of 2x40W fitting

Total consumption of 2x40W fitting

880W

30W

Approximate No. of 28W-T5 fitting

13

Total consumption of 28W-T5 fitting

390

55W

Approximate No. of 1x40W fitting

30

Total consumption of 1x40W fitting

1650

a. Average Power consumption of 2x36W fittings

b. Average Power consumption of 2x40W fittings

c. Average Power consumption of T5 fittings

d. Average Power consumption of 1x40W fittings

55

Total Average power consumption of all the fittings ( a+b+c+d)

9130W

Average Power consumption of LED strip light

5W per fitting

Average Power saving after replacement of all the fitting with LED strip

(9310 600)
= 8710 watts

Approximate No. of fitting use for Cornish light use at Cabinet secretariat :

120 Nos.

Cost Benefit Calculation


Annual energy saving potential

(10X300X8710) / 1000
= 26,130 units.

Annual cost saving @ Rs.6/unit

Rs. 1,56,780/-

Cost of LED strip

Rs. 700 per strip

Total Investment Cost of 120 fittings

Rs. 84,000/-

Simple Payback Period

0.54 years.

56

Location wise load inventory details

57

Appendix-A

S.
No.

Floor

Room details

Inventory details

Quantit
y

Basement

CCTV Room

T5 Mirror Optics(1*2)
LCD Computer
CRT Computer
Plasma TV
Printer
Split AC
Exhaust Fan
Ceiling Fan

2
9
1
1
3
2
1
1

60
110
220
120
230
1.5
80
80

Total
circuit
watt in
room
120.00
990.00
220.00
120.00
690.00
3.00
80.00
80.00

Basement

Confrence
Room

18 W CFL
T5 Tubes
Ceiling AC Split
LCD Panels

24
10
2
2

18
30
2
110

432.00
300.00
4.00
220.00

Basement

Washroom

18 W CFL
36 W Tube

7
1

18
38

126.00
38.00

Basement

Canteen

40 W Tube (1*2)

10

84

840.00

Geyser

Fly Killer

Emergency Light
Water Boiler
Microwave Oven
Toaster
Griller
Hot Food Keeper
Electric Tava
Freezer
Water Cooler
Chiller Room
Mixer
40 W Tubes (1*2)
Geyser
T5 Tubes(1*2)
Ceiling Fan
Fly Killer
Emergency Light

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
13
4
2
1

2000
1200
2000
2000
2500
2000
2000
2000

2000.00
1200.00
2000.00
2000.00
2500.00
2000.00
2000.00
2000.00

2000
84

2000.00
84.00

60
80

780.00
320.00

Washroom
Sitting Part

58

Wattage/Tr

Centralised AC (8 openings)

Ground
Fl.

Library

T5 Tubes(1*2)
CRT Computer
Ceiling AC Split
Printer
Barcode Equip.
Scanner

8
1
1
1
1
1

60
220
2
230

480.00
220.00
2.00
230.00

Ground
Fl.

Room no. 2

T5 Mirror Optics(1*2)
CRT Computer
LCD Panel
Printer
Fax Mc
Shredder
Ceiling Fan
Split AC

4
2
2
4
1
1
1
2

60
220
120
230

240.00
440.00
240.00
920.00

80
1.5

80.00
3.00

Ground
Fl.

Driver Room

T5 Tubes
Ceiling Fan
Hot Case

2
1
1

30
80
1000

60.00
80.00
1000.00

Ground
Fl.

Washroom

40 W tube
Exhaust Fan

1
1

42
80

42.00
80.00

Ground
Fl.

Corridor

36 W Tube
9 W CFL
18 W CFL
40 W Tube
60 W GLS
Ceiling Fan
CRT
Printer
LCD Panel

2
3
4
6
1
1
1
1
1

38
9
18
42
60
80
220
230
120

76.00
27.00
72.00
252.00
60.00
80.00
220.00
230.00
120.00

10

Ground
Fl.

Room No. 3

36 W Tube(1*2)
Ceiling Fan
40 W Tube(1*2)
TV

25
3
2
1

76
80
42
220

1900.00
240.00
84.00
220.00

59

11

12

Ground
Fl.

Ground
Fl.

Room No. 4

4 (Cash Section)

Split Ac
Photocopier
Heater
CRT
Printer
Fax Mc

3
1
1
3
3
1

36 W (1*2)
36 W tube
Ceiling Fan
Window AC
Wall Fan
Photocopier
LCD
Printer
CRT

7
1
1
1
1
1
6
6
1

2*36 W Tube
1*36 W
Window AC
Split AC
LCD
Printer
Ceiling Fan
Electric Calculator
Hotcase
Heater

4
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
1

1.5

4.50

1000
220
230

1000.00
660.00
690.00

76
38
60
1.5
50

532.00
38.00
60.00
1.50
50.00

110
230
220

660.00
1380.00
220.00

76
38
1.5
1.5
110
230
80

304.00
38.00
1.50
1.50
330.00
690.00
80.00

1000
1000

1000.00
1000.00

13

Ground
Fl.

Room No. 5

2*36 W Tube
LCD
Printer
Ceiling Fan
Window AC
60 W GLS

2
2
2
1
1
1

76
110
230
80
1.5
60

152.00
220.00
460.00
80.00
1.50
60.00

14

Ground
Fl.

Room No. 6

2*36 W Tube
CRT
Printer
LCD
Ceiling Fan

4
3
4
1
1

76
220
230
110
80

304.00
660.00
920.00
110.00
80.00

60

Window AC

1.5

1.50

15

Ground
Fl.

Room No. 7

T5
1*36 W Tube
Ceiling Fan
Window AC

1
3
1
1

30
38
80
1.5

30.00
114.00
80.00
1.50

16

Ground
Fl.

Room No. 8

2*36 W Tube
Ceiling Fan
Window AC
CRT
Shredder

3
1
1
1
1

76
80
1.5
220

228.00
80.00
1.50
220.00

17

Ground
Fl.

Room No. 9

2*36 W Tube Mirror optics


36 W Tube
Window Ac
Ceiling Fan
Photocopier
Heater
LCD
CRT
Printer
Fax Mc
Shredder

2
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1

76
38
1.5
80

152.00
190.00
1.50
80.00

1000
110
220
230

1000.00
110.00
220.00
690.00

2*40 W Tube
Window AC
Photocopier
LCD
CRT
Printer
Shredder
Hotcase
Heater
Ceiling Fan
Wall Fan
Electric Kettle

4
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1

84
1.5

336.00
1.50

110
220
230

110.00
220.00
460.00

1000
1000
80
50

1000.00
1000.00
80.00
50.00

40 W Tube
36 W Tube
Ceiling Fan

18
8
1

42
38
80

756.00
304.00
80.00

18

19

First

First

Room No.14A

Room No. 13

61

Split AC
TV
LCD
Printer
60 W Tube

2
1
2
1
1

1.5
220
110
230
60

3.00
220.00
220.00
230.00
60.00

20

First

Room No. 12A

2*36 W Tube
Split AC
Ceiling Fan
Printer
LCD
TV
Fly Killer
Shredder
Photocopier

3
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1

76
1.5
80
230
110
220

228.00
1.50
80.00
460.00
110.00
220.00

21

First

Room No. 12

T5 Tubes
Ceiling Fan
Window AC
CRT
LCD
Printer
TV
Emergency
Electric Kettle

40
4
6
8
4
12
1
1
1

30
80
1.5
220
110
230
220

1200.00
320.00
9.00
1760.00
440.00
2760.00
220.00

22

First

Room No. 15

2*36 W Tubes
20 W
CFL 20 W
Split AC
Sony Full HD 46'
60 W complex
LCD
Decorative LED
Printer
Shredder
15 W GLS
CFL 27W
Geyser
Shower Cubicle
Handdrier
Fridge

14
2
8
2
1
3
2
4
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1

102
20
20
1.5
140
60
110

1428.00
40.00
160.00
3.00
140.00
180.00
220.00

230

460.00

15
27
2

30.00
27.00
2.00

1.5

1.50

Washroom

62

23

24

25

26

First

First

First

First

Room No. 18

Room No. 18A

Room No. 18B

Room No. 17

2*36 W Tube
2*40 W Tube
Ceiling Fan
TV
CRT
LCD
Photocopier
Printer
Window AC

3
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2

76
84
80
220
220
110

228.00
84.00
80.00
220.00
440.00
110.00

230
1.5

460.00
3.00

2*36 W Tube
40 W Tube
CRT
LCD
Ceiling Fan
Hotcase
Electric Kettle
Printer
Split AC

3
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1

102
53
220
110
80
1000

306.00
53.00
220.00
110.00
80.00
1000.00

230
1.5

460.00
1.50

2*40 W Tube
2*36 W Tube
15 W Bulb
Split AC
LCD
Printer
Hotcase
Fax Mc
Ceiling Fan
Photocopier

1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1

106
102
15
1.5
110
230
1000

106.00
102.00
30.00
1.50
220.00
230.00
1000.00

80

80.00

40 W Tube
2*36 W Tube
Ceiling Fan
Split AC
LCD
Radiant Heater
Fly Killer
Shredder
Printer
Samsung LCD 26'
15 W Bulb

12
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2

53
102
80
1.5
110
1200

636.00
204.00
80.00
3.00
110.00
1200.00

230
110
15

230.00
110.00
30.00

63

27

First

Visitor Room

28

First

Committee
Room

29

First

30

31

32

Ceiling AC Split
60 W Complex bulb
Metal Light 70 W
Blower

1
6
4
1

2
60
70
1200

2.00
360.00
280.00
1200.00

2*54 W Tube
2*36 W Tube
46' LCD

32
4
2

136
102
120

4352.00
408.00
240.00

COSA

2*36 W Tube
T5 Tubes
TV
LCD
Split AC
Wall Fan

3
2
1
4
1
1

102
30
220
110
1.5
50

306.00
60.00
220.00
440.00
1.50
50.00

First

Room No. 11

2*36 W Tube
Ceiling Fan
LCD
Printer
Window AC
Split AC

2
1
2
2
1
1

102
80
110
230
1.5
1.5

First

Room No. 14B

T5 Tube
2*36 W Tube
15 W bulb
Fax Mc
TV
Printer
LCD
Ceiling Fan

6
2
2
1
1
2
1
1

30
102
15

204.00
80.00
220.00
460.00
1.50
1.50
0.00
180.00
204.00
30.00

220
230
110
80

220.00
460.00
110.00
80.00

2*40 W Tube
T5 Tube
Ceiling Fan
Split AC
Wall Fan
CRT
LCD
Printer
Shredder
Hotcase

4
13
1
1
1
3
3
5
1
1

84
30
80
1.5
50
220
110
230

336.00
390.00
80.00
1.50
50.00
660.00
330.00
1150.00

1000

1000.00

First

14B - Staff

64

33

34

Second

Second

Room No. 19

Room No. 19A

2*36W Tube MO
2*36 W Tubes
15 W bulb
Ceiling fan
Window AC
TV
Shredder
Fax Mc
LCD
Printer
Hot Air
Photocopier
Radiant Heater
15 W bulb

2
12
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2

2*36 W Tube
1*36 W Tube
15 W bulb
Window AC
TV
LCD
Printer
Fax Mc
Blower

2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1

102
102
15
80
1.5
220

204.00
1224.00
30.00
80.00
3.00
220.00

110
230
1000

110.00
230.00
1000.00

1200
15

1200.00
30.00

102
50
15
1.5
220
110
230

204.00
50.00
30.00
1.50
220.00
110.00
230.00

1200

1200.00

35

Second

Room No. 20A

1*36 W Tube
Ceiling Fan
Printer
CRT
LCD
Window AC

2
1
1
1
1
1

38
80
230
220
110
1.5

76.00
80.00
230.00
220.00
110.00
1.50

36

Second

Room No. 22A

36 W Tube
Ceiling Fan
Split AC
Heater
LCD
Printer
Photocopier
TV
Exhaust Fan

3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2

38
80
1.5
1000
110
230

114.00
80.00
1.50
1000.00
110.00
230.00

220
80

220.00
160.00

2*36 W Tube

15

76

1140.00

37

Second

Room No. 22

65

38

39

Second

Second

Room No. 23

Room NO. 24

Washroom

40

Second

Room No. 25

2*36 W Tube MO
1*36 W Tube
Ceiling Fan
Wall Fan
Split AC
Window Ac
LCD
CRT
Printer
Fax Mc
Shredder

2
2
3
2
2
1
4
8
12
1
1

76
38
80
50
1.5
1.5
110
220
230

152.00
76.00
240.00
100.00
3.00
1.50
440.00
1760.00
2760.00

1*36 W Tube
1*40 W Tube
2*40 W Tube
Window AC
Wall Fan
Ceiling Fan
Printer
LCD
Hotcase
Electric Kettle
CRT
Shredder
Fax Mc

6
4
2
3
4
1
9
3
1
2
5
2
1

38
42
84
1.5
50
80
230
110
1000

228.00
168.00
168.00
4.50
200.00
80.00
2070.00
330.00
1000.00

230

1150.00

2*36 W MO
2*36 W Tube
15 W bulb
Ceiling Fan
Split AC
TV
Fax Mc
LCD
Printer
Shredder
Blower
36 W Tube
Fridge

2
12
2
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1

76
76
15
80
1.5
220

152.00
912.00
30.00
80.00
3.00
220.00

110
230

110.00
460.00

1200
38
2000

1200.00
38.00
2000.00

2*40 W Tube
2*36 W Tube
LCD

8
2
1

84
76
110

672.00
152.00
110.00

66

Printer
Heater
Split AC
40 W GLs
Blower
Photocopier
TV
Ceiling Fan
Fax Mc

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

230
1000
1.5
40
1200

230.00
1000.00
1.50
40.00
1200.00

220
80

220.00
80.00

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Second

Room No. 26

2*36 W MO
2*36 W Tube
15 W Bulb
CFL 23 W
40 W GLS
Ceiling Fan
Window AC
Split AC
TV
Blower
LCD
Printer
Fax Mc

2
12
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

76
76
15
23
40
80
1.5
1.5
220
1200
110
230

152.00
912.00
30.00
23.00
40.00
80.00
1.50
1.50
220.00
1200.00
110.00
230.00

42

Second

Room No.26A

2*36 W Tube
1*36 W Tube
Electric Kettle
Ceiling Fan
Window AC
LCD
CRT
Printer

1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2

76
38

76.00
76.00

80
1.5
110
220
230

80.00
1.50
110.00
220.00
460.00

43

Second

Pantry

36 W Tube
Water Boiler
Water Cooler
Hotcase

1
1
1
1

38
2000
2000
1000

38.00
2000.00
2000.00
1000.00

44

Second

Corridor

36 W Tubes
CFL Bulbs 20 W
2*11 W CFL
Complex Bulb 60 W

50
5
5
2

38
20
22
60

1900.00
100.00
110.00
120.00

67

45

Second

Room No.21

2*36 W Tubes
2*36 W MO
Ceiling Fan
TV
Window AC
LCD
CRT
Shredder
Printer
Heater

68

16
2
1
1
1
4
2
1
4
1

76
76
80
220
1.5
110
220

1216.00
152.00
80.00
220.00
1.50
440.00
440.00

230
1000

920.00
1000.00

LIGHTING LOAD SURVEY DETAILS

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APPENDIX B

Basement

CCTV Room

5.37

5.17

27.76

2.5

1.05

243-280

257

T5 Mirror Optics(1*2)

No.
of
light
fittin
g
2

Basement

Confre-nce Room

7.16

4.7

33.65

3.19

0.89

700-780

710

18 W CFL

24

18

432.00

7.16

4.7

33.65

4.19

0.68

700-780

710

T5 Tubes

10

30

300.00

12.00

0.57

300-350

320

18 W CFL

18

126.00

12.00

0.57

300-350

320

36 W Tube

38

38.00

Canteen

25

4.7

117.50

1.32

257-500

354

40 W Tube (1*2)

10

84

840.00

Washr-oom

25

4.7

117.50

1.32

257-500

354

40 W Tubes (1*2)

84

84.00

S.
No.

3
4

Length
in m

Floor

Basement
Basement

Washr-oom

Width
in m

Area
in
sq.m.

Mounting
height in
m

Room
Index

Recorded
average Lux
Level
Range

Avg

Type of Light fitting

Wattage

Total
circuit
watt in
room

W/
Sq.m

Lux/W/
Sq.m.

Target
Lux/W/
Sq.m

60

120.00

4.32

59.46

36

21.7

32.7

36

13.6

23.5

36

14.5

24.4

36

Sitting Part

25

4.7

117.50

1.32

257-500

354

T5 Tubes(1*2)

13

60

780.00

Ground Fl.

Library

6.48

5.4

34.99

2.76

1.07

169-369

232

T5 Tubes(1*2)

60

480.00

13.72

16.91

36

Ground Fl.

Room no. 2

7.24

5.78

41.85

1.82

1.77

89-187

167

T5 Mirror Optics(1*2)

60

240.00

5.74

29.12

36

Ground Fl.

Driver Room

6.00

2.5

0.48

67-140

94

T5 Tubes

30

60.00

10.00

9.40

36

Ground Fl.

Wash-room

4.5

3.5

15.75

3.5

0.56

48-80

69

40 W tube

42

42.00

2.67

25.88

36

Ground Fl.

Corridor

11

2.5

27.50

2.5

0.81

26-112

65

36 W Tube

38

76.00

17.7

3.6

36

11

2.5

27.50

2.5

0.81

26-112

65

9 W CFL

27.00

11

2.5

27.50

2.5

0.81

26-112

65

18 W CFL

18

72.00

11

2.5

27.50

2.5

0.81

26-112

65

40 W Tube

42

252.00

11

2.5

27.50

2.5

0.81

26-112

65

60 W GLS

60

60.00

9.26

6.55

60.65

1.92

82-256

135

36 W Tube(1*2)

25

76

1900.00

32.7

4.1

36

9.26

6.55

60.65

1.92

82-256

135

40 W Tube(1*2)

42

84.00

6.97

5.47

38.13

1.02

143-265

204

36 W (1*2)

76

532.00

14.9

13.6

36

6.97

5.47

38.13

1.02

143-265

204

36 W tube

38

38.00

4.31

4.06

17.50

3.5

0.60

65-249

177

2*36 W Tube

76

304.00

19.5

9.0

36

4.31

4.06

17.50

3.5

0.60

65-249

177

1*36 W

38

38.00

12.00

0.50

55-112

77

2*36 W Tube

76

152.00

17.6

4.3

36

12.00

0.50

55-112

77

60 W GLS

60

60.00

10
11
12
13

Ground Fl.
Ground Fl.
Ground Fl.
Ground Fl.

Room No. 3
Room No. 4
4 (Cash Section)
Room No. 5

14

Ground Fl.

Room No. 6

5.29

4.7

24.86

0.83

98-190

154

2*36 W Tube

76

304.00

12.23

12.60

36

15

Ground Fl.

Room No. 7

2.5

10.00

0.77

57-156

115

T5

30

30.00

14.4

7.9

36

2.5

10.00

0.77

57-156

115

1*36 W Tube

38

114.00

16

Ground Fl.

Room No. 8

2.69

10.76

2.5

0.64

143-255

184

2*36 W Tube

76

228.00

21.19

8.68

36

17

Ground Fl.

Room No. 9

5.71

4.44

25.35

3.5

0.71

40-278

169

2*36 W Tube Mirror optics

76

152.00

13.5

12.5

36

5.71

4.44

25.35

3.5

0.71

40-278

169

36 W Tube

38

190.00

18

First

Room No.14A

4.44

17.76

2.71

0.78

221-418

263

2*40 W Tube

84

336.00

18.92

13.90

36

19

First

Room No. 13

6.63

5.81

38.52

2.5

1.24

122-269

201

40 W Tube

18

42

756.00

29

6.9

36

6.63

5.81

38.52

2.5

1.24

122-269
70

201

36 W Tube

38

304.00

6.63

5.81

38.52

2.5

1.24

122-269

201

60 W Tube

60

60.00

20

First

Room No. 12A

5.57

5.19

28.91

2.5

1.07

222-372

303

2*36 W Tube

76

228.00

7.89

38.42

36

21

First

Room No. 12

12.48

5.09

63.52

2.5

1.45

212-435

319

T5 Tubes

40

30

1200.00

18.89

16.89

36

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5.1 HARMONICS & UNBALANCING IN PHASE VOLTAGE/CURRENT


In any current network, flow of current depends upon the voltage applied and the
impedance (resistance to AC) provided by elements like resistances, reactance of
inductive and capacitive nature. As the value of impedance in these devices is constant,
they are called linear as the voltage and current relation is of linear in nature.
However, at Cabinet Secretariat Block various devices like computers, UPSs, air
conditioners, fax machines, photocopiers, printers etc. are being used extensively and
all these devices draw non-sinusoidal currents and cause distortion in voltage and
current waveforms leading to Harmonics.
Harmonics occurs as spikes at intervals which are multiples of the mains (supply)
frequency and these distort the pure sine wave form of the supply voltage and current.
These can be measured with the help of advanced electrical measuring instruments.
Similarly, voltage and current unbalance amongst three phases of electrical
supply can lead to several problems. A detailed power quality analysis including
harmonics, voltage and current unbalance, power factor etc. of many electrical
appliances and at many feeders was carried out during the course of energy audit using
a latest power load analyzer which had capabilities data logging as well as giving the
trends in graphical form for almost all the feeders.
Many problems can arise from harmonic currents in a power system. Some
problems are easy to detect whereas others exist and persist because harmonics are
not suspected. These include over-heating of neutral conductors /motors /transformers /
switch gears, voltage drop, low power factor, reduced capacities, capacitor failure,
circuit breaker tripping, fuses blowing with no apparent reason etc. These problems lead
to increased electricity bill besides being operational and maintenance concerns.
Harmonics can be suppressed using Tuned Harmonic Filters which consist of a
capacitor bank and reactor in series by providing low impedance path for harmonic
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component. The Harmonic filters connected suitably near the equipment generating
harmonics help to reduce Total Harmonic Distortion to acceptable limits

5.2 Lighting System


Lighting is an essential service at all the building complexes. The power consumption at
Cabinet secretariat block for lighting is varying around 12.5% of the total power
consumption. Innovation and continuous improvement in the field of lighting has given
tremendous energy saving opportunities in this area. A comprehensive light load survey
was carried out, the details of which have been included in this DPR.

5.3 Use of LED based lighting


A light emitting diode (LED) is a semiconductor diode that emits light when an
electrical current is applied in the forward direction of the device, as the simple LED
circuit. The effect is a form of electro lumens where incoherent and narrow-spectrum
light is emitted from the p-n junction.
LEDs are widely used as indication lights (traffic lights) on electronic devices and
increasingly in higher power applications such as flashlights and area lighting. With the
advancement of technology in recent past now LEDs available in the market have
luminous efficiency in the range of 60 to 150 lumens per watt. LEDs have advantage of
long life between 50,000 to 1,00,000 burning hours against 1000 hours for incandescent
(filament) lamps. They produce low heat radiation and have more vibration and impact
resistance.
The use of LED lights is particularly useful in areas where de-lamping cost is
very high, i.e. tunnel lighting, high bay fitting and street light at remote places. LED is
particularly very useful for faade lighting as it has option of multi color effect and
dimmable features. LEDs are very useful in signage and displays. The lower power
consumption of the LED light will help in reducing global warming.

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6.0 Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning System (HVAC System)


6.1 Existing Scenario
a) At cabinet secretariat office block there is no centrally air conditioning plant or
package chillers. There are about 90 nos. of

window/split air conditioners, mostly of

1/1.5 TR. Constant air volume (CAV) type & being old, most of them are inefficient and
drawing avg. power of around 1.68 KW/TR.
b) Daikin make VRV III outdoor type air conditioners with cooling capacity of 14.2 KW &
heating 12.9 KW have been installed to cater the requirements of conference room,
telephone exchange & one room in the basement.
c) Two units of outdoor Digital scroll type VRF air-conditioners (Voltas make, 25.2 KW
cooling & 27 KW heating) have also been installed for Lady Telephone Exchange feeding
to 6 nos. of wall mounted indoor evaporators.
d) For canteen having freezer chamber (maintaining 4 degree C & deep freezer (under
shutdown) for keeping eatable materials and most of the time run without material or
very few material in the basement, chiller a/c system is provided separately for human
comfort.
e) For the exclusive cooling & heating of the committee room on the first floor, AHU
type a/c of 2 X 8.5 TR (one standby) has been installed on the same floor.
In order to achieve energy saving on account of air-conditioning , it is proposed to
replace the existing window/split A/C with the equivalent VRV /VRF air-conditioning
system for the ground , first & second floor for an area of about 10127 Sq. ft.
Ground floor

: 2776 sq.ft

First Floor

: 4045 sq.ft.

Second floor

: 3306 sq.ft.

The total installed capacity of window/split CAV type a/cs on the ground, first & second
floor is about 80TR as per details below for a area of 10,127 sq. ft.
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6.2 PROPOSED SCHEME


It is proposed to replace the CAV A/C units of ground , first & second floor with a
VRV /VRF system of suitable capacity.
Considering 0.6 TR / 100 Sq. Ft. area as per table 5.1 of BEE s best practices
manual (HVAC-2006) for the load estimation, the cooling load for 10,127 Sq. ft. works
out to be 60 TR. Thus existing installed capacity of 80 TR is unduly high.
The cost of replacement of the existing A/c units on one to one basis with star
labelled energy efficient ones @Rs.25000 / TR for 80 TR works out to Rs. 20 lacs.

6.3 VRV/VRF SYSTEM


VRF (variable refrigerant flow) systems, also known as VRV (variable refrigerant
volume-trade name of Daikin), are the new generation in intelligent energy efficient air
conditioning. As the cooling load for comfort air conditioning varies throughout the year
and the installed capacity caters for the highest load under the worst conditions. Since
the highest load occurs only during a small period, the plant runs under loaded during
most of the year resulting in low efficiencies. VRF system addresses this issue by
modulating the compressors to control the rate of refrigerant flow as per the cooling load
indicated by the inside temperature. The system comprises of outdoor condensing units
& indoor evaporating units. The outdoor type of condensing units consists of multiple
sets of compressors and air cooled condensers with modulated fan speeds as per
outside weather. Water cooled VRF systems are also available, but not recommended
because of space constraint. The multiple compressors are staged in operation as per
the cooling load requirement .One out door unit can feed many indoor units & an
intelligent energy cum functional management system makes sure that the functional
and energy performances are optimal at all times.
Energy efficiency, design flexibility ,quiet operation and the ability to empower
individual users to control temperature in their own areas are main distinguishing
features of VRF .The centralized monitoring /control over the entire system from a
single location or via the web makes VRF O&M friendly and adds further value to VRF
systems.
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6.4 ENERGY SAVING CALCULATIONS

Pre- ECM Specific Energy Consumption

Power consumption in the existing (units /hr.)

Post ECM,power consumption/hr. for


Air cooled system VRV with diversity

Expected Power Saving

1.68KW/TR
80X1.68=134.4 KW

60X0.9 =54 KW
134.4 -54= 80.4KW

6.5 ENERGY COST SAVING

Units saved in one yr.

80.4X300X10=241000

Saving per year @Rs 6/- per unit

241000X6 =Rs.14.4 Lacs

6.6 COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS

Cost of air cooled ducted VRF unit of 60 TR

45000 X 60 = Rs. 2700000/-

Simple payback period

27/14.4 = 1.8 Yrs .

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7. Energy Monitoring and Accounting System


Energy monitoring and accounting system has a very important role in saving
energy because until and unless it is regularly monitored & properly accounted through
a system, required action to save it cannot be taken. For this, required no. and types of
energy instruments should be installed at all the required location since someone has
rightly said that If you cannot measure it, you cannot improve it.
It was observed that before Feb10, no energy meters were installed to monitor
the consumption exclusively in the cabinet secretariat office block .Now since then
Energy meters have been installed only on feeder No. 20, 33 & 54 going to the block
from the main substation situated in the basement of the president house & readings
are logged on daily basis. As such presently the block is not covered completely to
monitor the energy consumption.
There are no sub-meters installed at each floor and hence, it is very difficult to control
the energy consumption at each load centre.

7.1 Other recommendations:


Following recommendations are made to have an effective Energy Monitoring
and Accounting System at cabinet secretariat office block:
a. Each of the use feeder/ floor should have a three phase energy meter and its
reading should be monitored every day /month, specially for load intensive
areas like canteen & conference rooms. In case, any energy wastage is
observed at a particular floor/department, then the concerned in-charge should
be given target for reducing the electricity consumption. Similarly, there should
be a separate energy meter for exterior lighting system to monitor and control its
energy consumption.

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b. An Energy Management System under energy committee (to be formed &


coordinated by the designate energy manager of the building) should be
installed. Under this system, a team comprising members from each of the dept.
should be constituted. One senior and competent person (preferably from
electrical maintenance) should be member secretary for the team. It would be
responsibility of the team to save energy and take required action on all energy
related issues. The team should meet at least once in a month.
c. It is also suggested that as a long term measure feasibility study be carried out
to have a spacious indoor/outdoor substation exclusively for cabinet secretariat
block with LT switchgear to receive two main feeders from the substation &
outgoing feeders dedicated to each floor from where further distribution can be
planned systematically for each room.
d. From the power measurement (refer clause 4), it is observed that the voltages at
the receiving end in the cabinet secretariat block are on higher side i.e. 430-437
V. The rated voltage for motive load should be maintained around 415 V and for
lighting it should be maintained around 380-385 V. It is suggested that lighting
panels be installed after detailed study to separately identify the lighting load
for controlling the voltages with the help of lighting transformers/stabilizers as it
will also result in the saving of the energy approximate worth of Rs.1.0 lac per
annum in lighting only. Motive load voltage reduction from Avg. 435 volt to 415
volt can be achieved by adjusting the tap setting on transformers and for lighting
separate circuit should be there and use voltage stabilizer to maintain 380-385
volts.
e. In the bathroom panel, the unbalancing of the phase currents is found to be very
high i.e. around 45% & low power factor (0.78), which needs to be corrected by
redistributing the load equally on each phase.
f. In the first & second floor, the current harmonics are found to be on higher side
(13-17%). Filtration is recommended for mitigating the same.

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7.2 MISCELLANEOUS

7.2.1 Maintenance Practices


Maintenance at cabinet secretariat block is taken care of by CPWD. Mintenance
needs improvement at the building with the installation of a proper Preventive
Maintenance Schedule.
7.2.2 Replacement Policies
There is no formal replacement policy at this building and various items are
replaced as when required following the conventional practices, which needs to be
rationalized & revised for implementation.
7.2.3 Use of Solar Energy
Solar energy is the most readily available and free source of energy since
prehistoric times. It is estimated that solar energy equivalent to 15,000 times the worlds
annual commercial energy consumption reaches earth every year.
Solar energy can be utilized through two different routes, as solar thermic route
and solar electric (photovoltaic) route. Solar thermal route uses the suns heat to
produce hot water or air to cook food, drying material etc., whereas solar photovoltaic
route uses suns heat to produce electricity for lighting home and buildings, running
pumps, motors, electric appliances etc.
There is requirement for hot water at canteen at the basement as well as for
several pantries and accordingly, solar water heaters have been suggested at clause
no. 4.7 of this DPR.

7.2.4 Office Equipments


A no. of office equipments are being used at various rooms of the secretariat
blocks. These include photocopiers, fax machines, computer systems, printers etc. Out
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of these, computers are in use in very large numbers and hence, a comparative study
has been placed below for use of TFT v/s CRT monitors for the computers.
Use of TFT (LCD) Monitors in place of old CRT Monitors
These days, TFT (LCD) computer monitors are readily available in the market and they
offer a number of advantages as compared to old CRT monitors. These are as under:
a. They occupy lesser area
b. More warranty
c. Less heat dissipation and therefore lesser load on air conditioning system
d. Bigger screen size
e. Consume lesser energy
The energy savings by using TFT monitors in place CRT monitors can be calculated as
under :
(i) Difference between electricity consumption of the two monitors

= 40 watts 17 watts
= 23 watts

(ii) Average running of monitor/year

= 8 hrs/day X 250

days/year
= 2000 hrs/year
(iii) Average saving in electricity consumption
units

= 23 X 2000/1000
= 46 units

(iv) Difference between heat dissipation of two types of monitors

= 50 btu/hr

(v) Annual saving in terms of reduction in air conditioning load

= 50 X 2000 btu
= 50 X 2000/3412
= 29.3 units

(vi) Annual Cost Savings @ Rs.5.60/- per unit

= Rs. (46 + 29.3) X5.60


= Rs. 422/-

The investment required for each of the TFT monitor is app. Rs. 7,500/- and
accordingly, the payback period comes to around 17.8 years. However, based on
several other advantages of using TFT monitors as mentioned above, one may still take
the decision to replace CRT monitors with TFT monitors.
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APPENDECIES
7.1 LIST OF INSTRUMENTS USED IN ENERGY AUDITING
S.
No.

Instrument

Features

3 Phase Power Analyser (Krykard)

It can be used for measurement of


power quality analysis of single and
three phase on LT and HT side and also
measure and record all the important
electrical parameters.

Digital Temperature Hygrometer

It use for measurement of Temperature


and Humidity of HVAC system

Digital Anemometer Rotating Wane


Type

To measure the air velocity of HVAC


System

Digital Industrial Multimeter

Resistance, AC & DC, Voltage, ampere


etc.

Single Phase meter cum Tong Tester

Measurement of PF, Kilowatt, KVA,


Voltage, Ampere etc.

Lux meter

For measurement of Lux level

Distance Meter

For the measurement of Area of the


room

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7.4 LIST OF VENDORS


Following vendors can be contacted for each of the supply/service recommended in the
report for the energy saving:
a.

For Occupancy sensors, energy saver for air conditioners, LED products,
lighting luminaries, etc.
(i)

Mr. ADITYA MALIK


ALIEN ENERGY PVT. LTD
8/122, Karan Gali, Vishwas Nagar,
Delhi 110032
Mobile : 09810250203
Phones : 011 22372828/22373565

(ii)

Mr. VIKAS
M/S ALPINE TECHNOLOGIES,
108, Rishabh Vihar, Karkardooma,
Delhi 110092
Mobile : 09810160265

b. For Harmonic Filters


(i)

(ii)

(iii)

M/S Matrix Control & Engineers Pvt. Ltd.,


E 725, DSIDC, Industrial Complex,
Narela, Delhi 110040
Phones : 011 27786945/46/47 Fax : 011 27786948
Email: sakes@matrixcapacitor.com
Mr. SONY JACOB
M/S POWER MATRIX SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD.
16, Unique Indl Estate, Dr. R.P. Road,
Mulund (W) Mumbai 400080
Phones : 022 25924811For LED Products
Mr. GIRISH GUPTA
AKSHAT AUTOLINE PVT. LTD.,
10 KM Mile stone, Delhi Road, Near Partapur Police Station,
Meerut 250103
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Mobile : 09837072082
Phone : 0121 - 2440611

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