DBW/SBW series High Power Compensation Single Three Phase Voltage Stabilizer

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This product is designed and developed with the international advanced compensation technology.It can keep the output voltage in steady state automatically when the network voltage fluctuated or the load current varied, which can ensure the consumer run smoothly. It has the advantage of large capacity、high efficiency、no waveform distortion、simple operation and maintenance、reliable running、full- capacity output under tower input voltage if compared with other voltage stabilizer. It is provided with over-voltage、over-current、phase sequence and so on protection function.


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It is suitable for electric supply in small-sized plant、workshop and department in middle、large-sized mining enterprise, it can be widely used in the precision machine tool、precision instrument,test device、elevator、imported electromechanical device、production flow-line in the mining enterprise、oil field、railway、building site、school、hospital、hotel、scientific research department and so on, it is also suitable for the user in the LV electric network end with low power voltage and big wave range


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Q:how to distribute power 6V DC to 20 load components?
This depends on the current demand of your components and the capacity of your power supply. If each of your components draws 1 Amp and the supply is only rated for 10 Amps, something is likely to heat up in the power supply.
Q:wiring short or failed component?
If the an aftermarket radio was installed, the wiring may of been done using just electircal tape, as some fly-by-night people do. Over time the wires may become loose, and hit a ground. Take the radio out and look to see.
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did they replace the relay? if not you might want to think about replacing the compressor.
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could be wrong but believe the anti theft on the radio needs to be reset
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chances are, you just overloaded the power supply. I would take it to a service center or a PC repair place and have them check it out for you.
Q:What would cause wide open throttle to blow the ASD fuse?
Leanne, are you a Chrysler tech? First I kind of find it odd that GTC thinks that the ASD receives inputs from the fuel pump, crank sensor, distb and others since the JTEC pcm receives inputs and outputs and controls the ASD. You are getting some kind of short or power ground. If you are a tech, you should call Chrysler's tech line and run it by them, if you aren't, and you have ALLDATA you will need to get a diagram and trace every wire in the harness that is connected to the ASD fuse and relay, and if all is ok I would look in to replacing the JTEC but only as a last resort Oh and any fault codes?
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odds are it's not your cpu. Check your engine wiring harness for shorts. Power can go through you ecu, and back out another wire where it shorts out and blows the fuse. Most likely locations to find a short are anywhere the wiring harness is too close to the engineespecially the exhaust manifold. Ultimately I would mark every wire and remove the whole harness from the engine leaving it connected to the ecu, and have a couple of fuses ready. Try the key with the only thing connected being the ECU if the fuse blows it's either your ECU or wiring harness. If not, begin reconnecting the harness one device at a time till you find the one that blows the fuse, and you've found your short, replace that component. If you determine it to be the ECU or wiring harness, you can un tape the harness and look for a burned wire. Failing that replace the ECU.
Q:I have a 1986 Toyota pickup and headlights and blower motor do not work. What troubleshooting can I do?
Hi ricky messing with a toyota is not a good idea due the complex nature of it's electronic systems so you really might need a specialist here who knows how it will cost you dearly.
Q:Speaker drops out after replacing blown fuse, how do I fix it permanently?
You obviously have a loose connection--speaker drivers very rarely have an intermittent problem. I would check the fuse-holder. Either the spring at one end is not under enough pressure when the fuse is in, or perhaps you replaced the original fuse with one slightly shorter. Unfortunately it has been many years since I have seen a DM220, and I don't remember the type of fuse or fuse-holder that it has. I would swap fuses with the other speaker, and see if the problem moves: I HAVE seen defective, intermittent fuses!
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