SVC-B Series Hanging-style High Accuracy AC voltage stabilizer

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This series product is developed on the base of TND series high accuracy full-automatic AC voltage stabilizer; It forms the control system with linear integrated circuit, and drive the contact voltage regulator to start regulating by controlling the servo motor, it is provided with delay、over-voltage、under-voltage、over-current and so on protection function to ensure the safety of the power supply; It has the advantage of high efficiency、no waveform distortion、stable output voltage、less electric consumption and can work continuously.

Scope of Application

\It is available in the power supply of thee electric equipment and facilities in housing、factory、school、shop、office、precision instrument for science experiment.

Main Advantage

a.Excellent quality of output voltage、no transient electricity lost phenomenon when the electricity supply is not interrupted, which ensure the domestic computer and the electric appliance with memory function can work safely and reliably.
b.Wide input voltage range、strong load adaptability, the 220V and 110V can bee regulated output at same time, which is convenient for these families with 110V imported electric appliance.
c.With the over-current protection when input, and the under-voltage、over-voltage protection when output, it can work normally no matter it is attended or not.
d. With two indicating for input and output voltage.
e. Novel style、elegant appearance、hanging installed、convenient usage、with two output choice of voltage regulating or direct output; Users can set the voltage stabilizer in direct output state when it is in the season of stable electric supply, the voltage stabilizer will not consume electricity at this time, which is economic and convenient.

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