The majority of people have no idea how much power their single speed pool pumps consume. In households with a swimming pool, pump is usually the largest single user of residential electricity, they are powerful enough for heavy duties like backwash,but this is not constantly needed for filtration or pumping, a constant high speed is not necessary.
iSAVER is a V/F converter, the idea of it is to enable speed regulation on single speed pool pumps so as to meet different application demand without wasting energy. With an iSAVER, you can either run the pump at a constant speed or set up to 4 timers for daily operation, each with an individual speed. (Frequency inverter is also known as pool pump converter, pool pump inverter, pool pump speed controller, pool pump speed drive, pool pump variable frequency drive, pool pump variable speed controller.)
- Easy saving up to 80% at low speed
- Sound level of pump reduced by 25%
- Take better advantages of electricity rate
- Optional timers suitable for different applications
- Better filtration performance at lower speed, less chemical needed
- A longer life span for motor and other pool equipment
- Great contribution on reducing GHG
Cost effective solution
Depends on individual case, pay back time can be less than 12 months. Here below is a rough calculation as to how much you can save a year with an iSAVER installed.
Households with a 50m³ swimming pool is typically equipped with a 1HP (input 0.746kW) pool pump.
Electricity price (per kWh) €0.2 per kWh (Source: Eurostat (nrg_pc_204)
In a seven month swimming season, expenditure per year €752 After installing an iSAVER in system, expenditure per year €169
Annual Savings = € 583
|Input Power||1ph AC||1ph AC||1ph AC||1ph AC|
|Frequency||50 Hz||50 Hz||50 Hz||50 Hz|
|Output Voltage||1ph, 0~240V||1ph, 0~240V||3ph, 0~240V||3ph, 0~240V|
|Output Power||Max 1.1kW||Max 2.2kW||Max 1.1kW||Max 2.2kW|
|Output Current||Max 6A||Max 12A||Max 4.5A||Max 8A|
|Pump Type||Single phase||Single phase||Three phase||Three phase|