If power is current times meter shouldn't the overall resistances and inductances and capacitances of my house appliances be known so the power meter could calculate the power. I look at my house as a closed circuit. some people say the amp meter measures the current that is used by the appliances but according to ohm's law I need to know the impedances to measure the current.The voltage is standard 120 rms volts.
- Electronic – Difference between current and power
- Electronic – Can someone explain this RC circuit
- Electronic – Leading power factor for residential customers
- Electrical – Effect of Reversed Phase Polarity on Active & Reactive Power of 3-Phase System
- Electronic – Why Does Relative Magnitude of AC Current Waveform Decrease Based on Phase Ange
- Electronic – Minimum current level to trip a GFCI