> I think a better solution would be to make a charger
> that *compensates* for the power factor of the home
> ...Such a charger won't just have a "do no harm" effect;
> it will *improve* the power factor of the house!--

Remind me We dont pay for bad power factor do we?  Do our electric meters
read Real Watts or Volt-Amps?  I think bad power factor only impacts the
utility (and of course all of us) by wasting energy in distribution, but
not on our side of the meter?

Bob
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