TND series High Accuracy Full-automatic AC Voltage Stabilizer

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Principle & Characteristics

It adopt linear integrated circuit to form the control system, drive the contact voltage regulator to regulate automatically by controlling the servo motor, it is provided with delay、over-voltage、under-voltage and over-current protection function which ensure the voltage stabilizer can supply safely; It has the advantage of high fficiency、same input and output voltage waveform, stable output voltage, work continuously and so on.


Scope of Application

It is available in the electric equipments and facilities in housing、factory、school、shop、office、precision instrument for scientific experiment. And also is suitable for office equipment、test instrument、communication system、industrial equipment、armarium、domestic electric appliance and so on.


Main Advantage

Excellent output voltage waveform、stable regulating process、no lost electricity phenomenon;
High accuracy of output voltage, generally it is fixed in 220±3% when leave the factory, wide input voltage range、strong load adaptability; with satisfiable load property. It has(under-voltage)、over-voltage and over-current protection function; It can cutoff the power supply automatically to ensure the safety of the consumer when the output voltage is over-high or the input is over-current; It adopted high breaking capacity mini circuit breaker with the over-current protection function when it is over load or short-circuit; It use high property carbon brush which prolong the service life of the voltage stabilizer.


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Note:property of this product is similar with the svc type product.


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It could be your time-n-change. A oil change will not stop your car from starting.
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Did you check the fuse block in the engine compartment. There may be a fuse or relay there that is bad. There may be a spare relay in the box. If this fails, I would go back to the shop and explain it to them. They may have disconnected something and didn't get it hooked back up. Hope this helps and good luck

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