Why we need a Servo Voltage Stabilizer? No one will tell you the truth!

Electricity fluctuation is the common phenomenon, not only in India but all over the world. To achieve constant voltage & safeguard of valuable appliances Servo Stabilizer essential, only then they can give the desired performance.

Today, most of electrical equipment manufacture commit that they are making their product with SMPS, so there is no need to install a voltage stabilizer. Throughout this example they try to show the extra features of their product in ads. They never tell the reality that is quite different from their commitments. Therefore in this article, i will let you know why you need a servo stabilizer and how it can save your money by protecting your valuable appliances.

 

Before we discuss more about it, let me also clear for you that some of electrical equipment such as X-Ray machines, recorders and PH-Meter can be affected by high main voltage, whereas refrigerators, deep freezers, incubators and other compressors usually get affected by low main voltage.

Therefore is mandatory to note that when you choose a voltage stabilizer, it should be on the basis of load and high/low voltages. Industries those are running 24×7, also affected by this fluctuation voltage. To achieve constant voltage and safeguard the appliances, Servo Stabilizer is compulsory.

Nowadays electricity boards are giving their best to supply constant voltage but they have failed to do so because at user’s end it is not constant. It is just because of the huge loading duty in the distribution network. The main function of the Servo voltage Stabilizer is to stabilize the voltage & safeguard the electrical equipment.

Mostly, electricity distribution is at the range of 230V to 415V for single/three phases. As three phases connection divides into 3 lines each of 230V. Therefore appliances work on the range of 220V to 240V. Voltage lower/ higher range needs to be corrected and Inbuilt SMPS with electronics may not handle that much of high voltage and would get damaged.

So it better to install a servo voltage stabilizer with your appliances but before that, you also need to know about voltage and uses.

 

Know about voltage and uses:

The inventory of the essential electrical loads in your house/office or industry is important before buying a servo stabilizer. Through load evaluation, you can get an idea how much power your system needs. But the question which usually arises here that is, how we can calculate the load and amperes? The most important formulas which I am going to tell you now, nobody may tell you letter so here we go:-

Formula-1 (to calculate KVA through amperes)
1 KVA = 4.3 amperes

Formula-2 (to calculate KVA through KW)
KW /.8 = KVA

For an instance, if your motor is made of 8.6 Amperes, then 4.3×2=8.6 means you need 2 KVA voltage stabilizers. Meanwhile, if you want to calculate through KWH (kilowatt) you just need to count all appliances voltage load through KW then divide that in .8, your answer would be equal to KVA that your home/office load require. If you buy a servo voltage stabilizer without calculating the load you may not be able to save your electrical equipment, so better to consult with an engineer.

Apart from it you also need to know the power fluctuations situations you are getting. After that, you can easily select the Input/output voltage window and power consumption. If power is not constant, Input/output voltage is not appropriate according to your appliances; you must install a servo voltage stabilizer to get protection against overload, short circuit, under voltage, overvoltage.

 

Applicability and Specifications:

Meanwhile, it is also mandatory to know about the applicability and Specifications of a Servo Stabilizer. Servostar voltage stabilizer is fabricated with high-grade materials to ensure strong, durable. It is also priced affordably and highly concerned about meeting the quality standards. Servo stabilizers have been used widely in various industries such as- Textile Industries, With Paper Mills & Lighting Loads and Inductions Heating, Flours Mills, Tube Mills, , Rolling Mills and in Mall & Complex, Cold Storage Plants, With Defense Equipment, Rubber Industries, Tea Estates and Footwear & Leather Units, Telecommunication industries, Offsets printing machines, Oil Industries, IT Industries, Also with Escalators & Elevators and Metrological Departments, Food Processing Units, with Laboratory Equipment Etc.

There are several merits points of a servo voltage stabilizer but to choose the best stabilizer, just have a look on the servo star voltage stabilizers specifications given below:-

 

Servo Stars Stabilizers Specifications:

● Voltage Range (Input) 90V to 290V
● High Voltage Cut-off on 290V Input and 240V Output
● It can Spot all electrical appliances
● It turns on delay 5 seconds
● 98 % Efficiency Input Range
● Spike protection & Line noise
● Available with Primary switching technology
● It correct voltage without a break
● It can perform in wide input range

Therefore, before buying a servo voltage stabilizer to safeguard the equipment or machinery, one should know about the voltage load and KVA requirement. Otherwise, electrical equipment may get damaged or would not perform properly. No doubt, it would be a smart idea to install Servo Voltage Stabilizer but one should also be careful about its specifications, voltage fluctuation rate and a load of their appliances at Home/Office. Only then they can buy best suitable servo stabilizer.The Servo Stabilizer Price also varies according to the input voltage. Let’s take an example if the Input voltage a stabilizer has to cover is from 160V, then the price will be X and if stabilizer has to cover input voltage from 140V then price will be X plus. Since Servo Stabilizer manufacturers has to incorporate bigger capacity of transformer & dimmer, hence cost will be more

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