Automatic Voltage Stabilizers
More than 90% of equipment failure is due to unreliable, raw mains power, less than 10% is due to manufacture defects, program failure, software failure etc. Most equipment are made with very little voltage tolerance. To avoid expensive downtime or interruption of your operations and costly repairs, take a guaranteed insurance with a voltage stabilizer from PowerPoint Systems.
Our stabilizer will clean the power to your equipment by removing Surges, Spikes, High Voltage, Low Voltage, Power Back Surge, Harmonics Power Interference, Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) and Lightning Surge. Thus allowing your equipment to work smoothly with the right power supply with a correction of +/-1% linear supply.
WHAT IS VOLTAGE STABILIZER?
Voltage regulators are devices that keep the voltage of a power supply within acceptable limits. The Voltage Regulator stabilizes the load voltage and is necessary to keep the voltage of your loads within the predetermined range. Regulators; It is widely used in all types of loads by regulating the output voltage of the network and generator. Voltage regulators also provide protection against electronic device damage that may occur as a result of extreme changes in voltage. Regulators minimize voltage fluctuations to protect electrical equipment.
Regulators defined as Automatic Voltage Regulator, voltage booster, voltage reducer are electrical devices with electronic control unit, whose main task is to regulate low voltage or high voltage and bring it to the desired nominal voltage value.
VOLTAGE REGULATOR TYPES
Voltage regulators can be produced with microcontroller (microprocessor) based software that controls voltage regulation , related electronic boards, differential auxiliary transformer (booster transformer), variac or step transformer as auto type transformer, motor and semiconductor thyristors.
In this direction, voltage regulators are divided into two groups as servo voltage regulator and static voltage regulator.
SERVO VOLTAGE REGULATOR
With the electronic control card, the necessary signals of the desired regulation are transmitted to the dc motor. The DC motor provides movement in the direction of adding or subtracting voltage for regulation in the variac to which it is mechanically connected. This voltage is transferred to the differential auxiliary transformer (booster transformer). As a result, electronically controlled stable voltage is provided in the output voltage against voltage changes.