What is the function of the voltage stabilizers
Voltage fluctuations are common and quiet high in our power lines. They harm your electrical appliances like television, refrigerator, air conditioner etc. and affect your valuable equipment critically, even leaving them in to a permanently damaged condition. A carefully selected, right kind of stabilizer can get you out of this problem. It prevents undesirable voltage fluctuations to enter in to your electrical appliances, thus making its operations trouble free.
What does a Voltage Stabilizer
do? How does it protect your appliances?
Stabilizers (often termed as Automatic and Safe Voltage Regulators) are static devises to stabilize your utility voltage before feeding to the connected equipment. It recognizes the voltage fluctuations in the utility and regulates it internally to deliver a consistent range of output voltage, if your utility voltage is low; your stabilizer senses it, boosts it to the required level of voltage and then feeds to the connected equipment to work without troubles. This happens vice versa in case of a high voltage that appears in the utility line.
The stabilizers get this done by using an electronic circuitry, which changes the required taps of an inbuilt auto transformer with the help of high quality electromagnetic relays to generate the desirable voltage. If the Voltage to be supplied is not within the range, a mechanism switches the required transformer tap, thereby bringing the Voltage supply within a safe range.