There are times when one feels that a stabilizer is not enough. After all, a stabilizer can correct voltage with a certain finite speed. We would think that our instruments are connected to a stabilizer and are unaware of the fact that it is stilt passing on the spikes, voltage surges, glitches, noise etc. Which are so short, that it cannot be corrected by a stabilizer.
What then? The answer is a C.V.T. from ASEEM-OORJA This works on magnetic saturation principle, resonating with a tank circuit of high Q factor. When incoming Mains voltage is low the capacitor provides the necessary additional gain in power, keeping the output voltage steady. On the other hand , when the mains voltage is high the leakage reactance drops the difference of voltage. This correction of voltage is instantaneous even for sudden dips and spikes.
|Input Voltage Range||170 - 270 Volts A. C. 1PH.|
|Frequency||50 Hz + 2.5 Hz|
|O/P Voltage||230 V AC ( Adjustable to 220 V or 240 V )|
|Line Regulation||+2% at rated load|
|Response Time||20 ms.|
|Efficiency||Better Than 85 %|
|Total Galvanic Isolation||2 KV|