Electronic voltage stabilizers are designed to provide steady voltage supply to the loads that are connected to them, where the network supply voltage fluctuates.
-How does an electronic voltage stabilizer work?
The electronic voltage stabilizer has an autotransformer with a sufficient number of shots, depending on the rate of stabilization of the output voltage. A microprocessor measures the voltage of the electricity network, compares the desired output voltage and corrects it directly. Selection of the appropriate shot of the autotransformer is made electronically. During the operation, the microprocessor controls the current output and the state of the circuit.