Voltage stabilizers are used to maintain a constant voltage value under voltage variations from the central power distribution network, load resistance, frequency of the supply network or environmental parameters (temperature, humidity, atmospheric pressure, etc.).
Stabilisers are widely used when constant voltage is required for voltage sensitive appliances and equipment. Stabilisers can be used in households for various electrical appliances or in industry for professional machines.
Voltage output instability
Output voltage instability is characterised by changes in input voltage and in load resistance. Sometimes these changes occur in fractions of a second, so the regulators must be fast acting.
The main characteristics of voltage regulators are:
-Rated power of the stabilizer - it must be at least 20% greater than the power of the consumers
-Speed of response
Attention should also be paid to the fact that when the load is inductive or capacitive, the device withstands three to five times less load.
The voltage stabilizer can be used wherever the input voltage from the main power supplier has fluctuations (from 160-250V). The voltage regulator provides a constant output voltage of 220 VAC +/- 2%. Voltage stabilizers are used in villa areas, villages, campsites, lodges, resorts, remote neighborhoods and anywhere where the voltage from the power grid is not constant.