Not all Voltage Stabiliser solutions are designed or built the same!
For the lay person, differentiating between the numerous suppliers and various design technologies utilised to deliver voltage stabilisation can often be a daunting task and it is not always clear as to which technology is best for a particular application.
As one of the world’s leading specialist ‘Quality’ manufacturers and suppliers of Voltage Stabilisers and associated Power Line Conditioning solutions we offer probably the widest choice and cross section of alternative design types and models.
Below we discuss the various design topologies available in today’s market and highlight the advantages, disadvantages and most appropriate application for each topology
An ‘Aiding’ and ‘Opposing’ Magnetic Amplifier is connected across the main transformer to either increase or reduce the input voltage should it go high or low. This is achieved by increasing or reducing the magnetic inductance in the two cores. The Control Amplifier Sensor will detect the input fluctuations and then inject a DC current into the two respective amplifiers to either increase or reduce its inductance.
Reducing the inductance will increase or reduce the output voltage and vice versa. The Sensing Amplifier monitors the output voltage continuously and automatically adjusts the DC currents through the control coils, thereby ensuring that the output voltage is kept constant.
The Filter, in conjunction with the inductance of the magnetic core, forms an extremely effective means of suppressing high energy spikes and other mains borne noise.