ELECTRICAL FORMULATOR PRO combines over 250 formulas, 150 charts and parts of the MN electrical code which is based on the 2008 National Electric Code. Formulas are for both American and Metric systems so both AWG and Mil formulas are given. The charts include charts on motors, power demand, wiring, and voltage drop and safety codes. The basic program calculates Amps both from AC and DC currents. It calculates kilowatts, horsepower, efficiency, power factor, watts, amps, current, power, resistance, and voltage. It includes formulas to calculate total resistance, capacitance, voltage drops, and transformer calculations. There are also over 300 conversion formulas as part of the program. Every result in Electrical Pro can be saved. You can also select from favorites and recent formulas, print AND E-mail results The charts in the program include:MOTORSLocked Motor Indicating LettersStandard Horsepower RatingsSynchronous Speed RPMWire SpecsPOWER DEMANDClothes Dryer DemandElectric Range DemandOther Kitchen DemandLighting LoadsMulti-Family DemandsEfficiency RatingsWIRINGColor Wiring CodesCurrent Carrying Capacity of Aluminum Wire Single ConductorCurrent Carrying Capacity of Aluminum Wire Three ConductorCurrent Carrying Capacity of Copper Wire Single ConductorCurrent Carrying Capacity of Copper Wire Three ConductorConductor Application and InsulationCurrent Adjustment for More then Three Wires in CableElectrical Conductors- Physical and Electrical Properties- Solid WiresElectrical Conductors- Physical and Electrical Properties- Stranded WiresFlexible Cords and Cables Current CapacitiesInsulation TemperaturesMaximum Number of Conductors and Fixture Wires in FlexibleMaximum Number of Conductors and Fixture Wires In Electrical Metal TubingMaximum Number of Conductors and Fixture Wires In Flexible Electrical Metal TubingNumber of Conductors in Outlet Device and Junction BoxesVolume Required Per ConductorVOLTAGE DROPWire Size vs. Voltage DropSAFETY CODESBranch CircuitMinimum Cable CoveringMinimum Size Equipment Grounding Conductors for Grounding Raceway and EquipmentSome of the formulas IncludedBATTERIESStarting motor amperageNumber of cells required Operating timeBTU CONVERSIONSCOSTSCost of operating lights and appliancesCost of using appliancesHours of usage of new bulbInsulation years to paybackKILOWATTS AND JOULES CONVERSIONSGENERATORDirect Current GeneratorGenerator amperage outputGenerator efficiency IMPEDANCEWhen resistance and reactance are known When resistance inductive reactance are known.Kva to KwParallel Circuits Total resistance Capacitance Reactance (X)Inductive Reactance Capacitance Reactance Bandwidth MOTORSLocked rotor currentSingle-phase motors Three phase motorsMotor KVA calculations When Fla is known When motor KVA per horsepower is known Motor KVA when above not known Speed of motorOHM'S LAWCalculate for powerPower Calculate for Resistance Calculate for voltage TRANSFORMERS Primary amperesSecondary amperes Transformers sizes full load curSingle phase 208 VSingle phase 240 v Single phase 480 v Three phase 208 v Three phase 240 v Three phase 480 v Rated full load Impedance of secondary Amperage capacity from secondaryVOLTAGE DROPVoltage drop calculations feet1 phase copper 1 phase aluminum 3-phase copper 3 phase Aluminum Voltage drop calculations meters1 phase copper meters 1 phase aluminum meter 3 phase copper meters 3 phase aluminum meters WIRINGWire size Wire length copper Wire resistance Wire length aluminum Amp to be calculated Conduit size
THE UPDATE REMOVES the 2005 State Code and replaces it with a download links to individual states codes as well as the 2011 National Electrical Code. If you want the code inside your app do not download it. It also adds charts and has minor bug fixes.