Servo Voltage Stabilizer
India is growing and becoming one of the world's largest and fastest-growing populations with over 1.3 billion people. Catering to the needs of such a vast population growth has led to an increase in the demand for electricity. And load fluctuations are a common occurrence in India due to several factors, including a rapidly growing population, inadequate infrastructure, and an increase in the use of electrical equipment.
The power distribution from the electrical grid is often unreliable, with frequent power outages and voltage fluctuations. This is due to a combination of factors, including inadequate investment in electrical infrastructure, an overreliance on fossil fuels, and the use of outdated technology. And with the industrial sector struggling to meet the needs of the population, the problems of load fluctuations often pose a serious threat to the investment of small and medium-scale entrepreneurs. That is why Servo stabilizers are an essential component in power management systems, especially in areas where sensitive electronic equipment is used, thereby protecting equipment, preventing data loss, and reducing energy costs.
How does Servo Stabilizer work?
Servo stabilizers use a servo motor and a continuous voltage regulator to monitor and adjust the incoming voltage to provide a stable output voltage to electrical devices.
The stabilizer uses a voltage-sensing circuit to compare the incoming voltage to a reference voltage to determine whether the voltage is within the acceptable range. If the incoming voltage is above the acceptable range, the servo motor is activated and corrects the output voltage to the acceptable level. In simple terms, the servo motor mechanism involves a voltage regulator arm, which in turn adjusts the position of the carbon brush on the transformer, changing the transformer's turn ratio and output voltage. Additionally, Servo stabilizers are equipped with overload protection circuits that protect the stabilizer and connected equipment from damage in the event of an overload.
Features of our Servo Stabilizers
With a keen interest in serving the emerging needs of a growing nation, we at Gayatri Industry
believe in providing the best performance in all our products. Our servo stabilizers are made from high-quality material along with the expertise of a seasoned technical team that has been producing high-performance devices for the past few decades. Gayatri Industry's Servo Stabilizers enable fast voltage correction for under and overloads and come as a composite and durable product for protecting expensive and delicate electrical and electronic equipment. Here are some of the key features that make our servo stabilizer, a recommended product by many of the leading industrialists as well as our peers-
- Continuous Voltage regulation – The autotransformer is customized/available with variable and continuous voltage as per the rated voltage of electrical equipment.
- Buck-boost transformer – Allowing flexibility in configuration, a buck-boost transformer for the stabilizer with a capacity of 10 KVA, 1Ph/30 KVA, single and three phase, is available as an option.
- High efficiency - The servo motor uses synchronous speed correction for an efficient conversion of AC and corrects the power factor.
- Reduced energy costs: Servo stabilizers help reduce energy costs by improving the efficiency of electrical equipment. By providing a stable voltage supply, these devices can reduce the power consumption of equipment and help save on energy bills.
Design features of servo voltage stabilizer
- Equipped with an SS control circuit with zero relays and warm-up time for impeccable performance.
- Quick correction rate ranging from 10 V/sec to 50 V/sec.
- Pure coffer winding and core lamination ensure minimal losses and efficiency of over 97 %.
- Reliable synchronous servo motor with negligible distortion in the waveform.
- Rugged construction ensures functionality in changing climatic conditions.
- Auto and manual mode selections are available. Manual adjustment of the output voltage is possible for voltage customization.
- Push the button for increasing and decreasing the output power supply by the servo stabilizer during the manual mode operation.
- Voltmeter along with LED indication during the peak voltage and lowest input voltage for visual indication of voltages.
- Easy maintenance of the PCB during servicing.
In addition to the basic design features, here are some optional features depending on the needs of electrical equipment-
- Alarm system for high and low input voltage indication.
- Automated high and low cut-off. Moulded case Circuit breakers for input and output power supply to prevent damages due to excessive current to the equipment.
- Single-phase preventer relay to detect any failure in phase supply and activate auxiliary relay contacts.
- Digital voltmeter and ammeter for reading.
Application of servo voltage stabilizer
Servo voltage stabilizers are widely used in numerous fields to provide stable voltage supply to electrical equipment. Here are some common applications of servo voltage stabilizers:
- Industrial Applications: Widely used in industrial applications to protect electrical equipment such as motors, generators, and control panels from the effects of voltage fluctuations. Also used in industries such as steel, cement, and chemicals, where the power demand is high and voltage fluctuations are common.
- Commercial Applications: Commonly used in commercial applications such as hospitals, banks, offices, and shopping malls to protect electrical equipment such as computers, servers, and air conditioning systems from the effects of voltage fluctuations. They are also used in data centres, labs, defence projects, and other important areas where a stable voltage supply is critical to prevent data loss, downtime, and life.
- Residential Applications: Residential applications involve the protection of sensitive electrical equipment such as televisions, refrigerators, air conditioning systems, etc. from the effects of voltage fluctuations.
- Telecommunications: Largely used in the telecommunications industry to provide a stable voltage supply to telephone exchanges, mobile towers, and other communication equipment.
- Renewable Energy: Servo voltage stabilizers are also used in renewable energy applications such as solar and wind power plants to regulate the output voltage and ensure that the power generated is stable and reliable.