Abrupting power problems are quite risky and uncertain nowadays. Power problems can be generated from the direct power supply, transformers, mainline issues, atmospheric changes, etc., and are major causes of electrical hazards costing life sometimes.
Industries are the most vulnerable to the hazards making the need for a device that can be used as a barrier between the mainline and device to protect them from harm. A servo voltage stabilizer is a device that can keep electrical problems away from the devices. It works on the fluctuations and provides the output with corrected voltage.
Servo voltage stabilizers are further developed and synchronized in many ways and types of individual devices. The Three phase servo voltage stabilizer is then improvised for conducting the function of a protector in industries as they use three wiring systems mainly.
Three phase voltage stabilizers consist of three conductors and sine waves which makes them different from other stabilizers. The performance of every device is different and can vary from brand to brand. The performance rate of a three phase servo voltage stabilizer (Air Cooled) 10 – 50 KVA by FLICKCET is as follows:
5 KVA / 10 KVA / 15 KVA / 20 KVA / 25 KVA / 30 KVA / 40 KVA / 50 KVA
Safety Functions ( Optional )
As demanded by the purchaser
High / Low Cut & Overload Function
Duty cycle at frequency
100% continuous at 50 Hz AC supply
Winding Temp. Rise
Input Voltage Range
155V-470V (P-P) / 190 V-470V / 240V – 470 V / 300 V – 470 V / 340 V – 470 V
Output Voltage Range
400 V / 410 V / 415 V , +/- 1%
CRGO M4 grade or better (0.23-0.27 mm)
Electrolytic Grade (99.97 $\% pure)
1% from no load to full load
Rate of correction
30-45 Volts / Sec
47 Hz – 50 Hz
Better than 99%
Effect of load P.F.
Digital metering for phase & current
Wave from distortion
Designing and Testing Standards
IS 9815 / IS 2026
No Load Losses
Less than 0.8% over entire range
The three phase servo voltage stabilizer functions as a barrier between the main line and device to protect it from any harm by the power problems.