1 to 150 kVA
At Ashley-Edison (UK) our Single Phase AC Voltage Stabilizers continuously monitor the incoming mains supply. If the voltage rises or drops, they will automatically control the output voltage – ensuring the voltage reaching the load equipment always remains constant at the required requisite voltage. Inbuilt protection features also continuously safeguard that the load against harmful mains born high energy surges, spikes, and transients.
For less prevalent situations, where electrical noise is also an issue on-site, most models are also available as Power Line Conditioners offering an enhanced level of Transient Voltage Surge & Spike Suppression (TVSS) protection and delivering the added benefit of filtering out any electrical noise and interference present on the incoming utility supply – ensuring what is commonly referred to as a ‘CLEAN’ supply.
To learn more about the comprehensive ranges of Single Phase Voltage Stabilizers and Power Line Conditioners available from Ashley-Edison (UK) please check-out the series listings and FAQ’s below:
Our latest generation of digitally enhanced, and feature-rich, Single-Phase Servo Electronic Stabilisers (SES) are widely regarded as being the “Finest in Class.”
Suitable for 95% of all applications, they not only guard against voltage fluctuations they also offer protection against all too frequent harmful high-energy surges, transients, and voltage spikes.
Now digitally remastered for the specific needs of today’s ‘Digital Age,’ they include as standard many advanced protection features – usually only available from others as additional expensive add-on options.
The latest in ‘Feature Rich’ Static Electronic Digital Design, being Virtually Maintenance Free with no moving parts (other than cooling fans).
Based on the exceptionally well proven Buck-Boost design topology, which underlines our SVR AC Voltage Stabilisers, ESR Static Voltage Regulators utilise SCRs (Silicon Controlled Rectifiers), as opposed to Variable Transformers, to control the voltage.
Compatible with all load types, they deliver ultra-fast response times in correcting over/under voltages, sags, and surges – making them ideal for highly sensitive and mission-critical loads and their applications.
Here you’ll find answers to some of the more frequently asked questions when looking for a Single Phase Voltage Stabiliser.
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A Single Phase Voltage Stabilizer (also known as Single Phase Voltage Regulator) continuously monitors the incoming single phase mains utility supply. Should the incoming voltage rise or drop, the Stabilizer will automatically control the output to ensure the voltage reaching the load equipment always remains constant at the requisite voltage.
The cost of a Single Phase Voltage Stabilizer can vary depending on a variety of factors, of which the three prime ones are – the power rating of the load you wish to protect, the required permissible input voltage window and the output voltage accuracy needed. To get pricing, please contact us.
Both a Single Phase Voltage Stabilizer & Power Line Conditioner protect against voltage transients, spikes, sags and brownouts; however a Power Conditioner also offers additional protection against Electrical Noise and a higher-level defence against transients and spikes. The output of an AC Power Conditioner is commonly referred to as a Clean supply. As you would expect, a Single Phase Power Line Conditioner usually is more expensive than a Voltage Stabilizer / Regulator. So, if electrical noise is not an issue on your site, the most cost-efficient solution usually is a Single Phase Voltage Stabilizer.
Suitable for 95% of all applications, Single Phase Servo Electronic based Voltage Stabilizers / Power Conditioners usually are the most popular and endurable solution. However, Static Digital-based Voltage Stabilizers are often more cost-efficient for general commercial applications, especially for applications requiring a wide/large permissible input voltage window.