Frequently Asked Questions


Why Do We Need Voltage Stabilizers?

All electrical/electronic devices are designed and manufactured to operate at maximum efficiency with a typical voltage supply which is known as the nominal operating voltage. Depending on the designed safe operating limit, the working range (with optimum efficiency) of an electrical/ electronic device may be limited to ± 5%, ±10% or more.

Owing to many issues, the input voltage supply which we get always tends to fluctuate resulting to a constantly varying input voltage supply. This varying voltage is a major contributing factor for reduction of a device’s efficiency as well increase in its failure rate.

Nothing is more important for an electrical/ electronic device than a filtered, protected and stable power supply feed. A correct and stabilized voltage supply is very much required for the device to perform its intended function in the most optimized way. It is the Voltage stabilizer which ensures that the device get the desired and stabilized voltage no matter how much the fluctuation is. Therefore, Voltage stabilizer is a very efficient solution for anyone who desire to get an optimum performance and protect their devices against these unpredictable voltage fluctuations, surge and noise present in the supply.

Like UPS, voltage stabilizers are also an asset to the protection of electrical and electronic equipment. The voltage fluctuations are very common irrespective of where ever you live. There may be various reasons for the voltage fluctuation such as electrical faults, faulty wiring, lightning, short circuits, etc. These fluctuations may be in the form of Over voltage or Under voltage.

Effects of Over Voltage to the Electrical/Electronic Equipments

  • It may cause permanent damage to the connected device.
  • It may cause damage to the winding insulation.
  • It may lead to unnecessary disruption in the load.
  • It may lead to over-heating of the cable or device.
  • It may degrade useful life of the device
  • Effects of Under Voltage to the Electrical/Electronic Equipments

  • It may lead to equipment’s malfunction.
  • It may result in low efficiency of the device.
  • The device in some cases can take extra hours to perform the same function.
  • It may degrade performance of the device.
  • It may lead the device to draw large currents, that may further cause over-heating.
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