Selecting a Suitable Servo Stabilizer for your Factory

Electric power supply scenario in India is extremely erratic. High voltage fluctuations may cause severe damages to the industrial appliances and machinery. Generally, any downfall in the voltage due to inconsistent power supply will shoot up the electric current, thus resulting in burning of the appliance. Factory owners, therefore, install Servo Stabilizers to efficiently manage the voltage fluctuations and prevent any electrical hazards.

Servo Stabilizers recognize the voltage fluctuations in the electric supply, regulate the fluctuations through electromagnetic regulators installed within an auto-transformer, ensure desired voltage, and deliver a consistent range of output voltage.

To ensure safety of the machines, a stabilizer comes with various voltage ranges and is recommended as per the voltage fluctuations in a particular industrial area. Singh IsoTech, the leading manufacturer of power stabilizers in India, suggests certain ways for selecting a perfect stabilizer for your unit.

Wattage Calculation

Since the Servo stabilizer is available in VA (Volt-Ampere) or kVA, (kiloVolt Ampere) conversion from Watts (W) is essential. Experts at Singh IsoTech suggest to first note the power in Watts for the machines connected to the stabilizer. Now add certain percentage to calculate the total wattage or the total power load which the stabilizer can handle.

For instance, if you estimate about 1200 Watts then you must consider 1440 Watts (after adding 20% to the calculated Watts) as the power factor to install a servo stabilizer for the factory.

Ease of Installation

Proper installation of a servo stabilizer is critical to prevent it from the risk of getting wet, or any other damage, when placed on ground or in open environmental conditions. Singh IsoTech suggests that stabilizers must be wall-mounted or placed at a higher ground level for overall protection from the environment and to humans.

Appropriate Digitization or Indication

Indicators display the regulated voltage and provide a fair understanding of the load that the stabilizer is consistently regulating to supply power to the machine. Digitization ensures accuracy, reliability, and adaptability of a Servo stabilizer to various equipment.

Overload Protection

Overload Protection is the paramount feature for installing a desirable Servo Stabilizer, as the stabilizer’s output is completely shut off in case of short circuit or any kind of burnout due to overload.

Time Delay

Time Delay capability in a Servo stabilizer enables sufficient time to regulate the current flow through an inbuilt compressor. This feature is useful in for short duration power cuts or voltage fluctuations.

Understanding and implementing these features will help factory owners to ascertain the appropriate servo stabilizer for their factory unit. For more information, reach out to Singh IsoTech, the best electrical contractors in Delhi-NCR region and a proud member of Business Network International (BNI).