CIRCUIT

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speeed_777

Joined Oct 5, 2008
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HEY,ANYONE KNOWS CIRCUIT FOR VOLTAGE STABILIZER(AUTOMATIC CONTROL OF HIGH VOLTAGE)?:(
 

SgtWookie

Joined Jul 17, 2007
22,201
Such a thing would depend upon the requirements.

What kind of voltage (DC, AC) and current or power are you talking about?
 

SgtWookie

Joined Jul 17, 2007
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So you're wanting to regulate an AC voltage.

What is the peak or RMS value of the AC voltage that you wish to regulate?

What is the current or power required?
 

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speeed_777

Joined Oct 5, 2008
54
I DON'T KNOW EXATLY WHAT IS MEANING OF RMS VALUE.BUT NORMAL VOLTAGE RATING IS AT 230V,50HZ AC.
(It often goes at 280-290v.But due to stabilizer it controls to 240v)
 
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SgtWookie

Joined Jul 17, 2007
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RMS = Root Means Square.
A sinewave is sampled for voltage levels, the square root of those samples are calculated, then the samples are averaged together, and the result is squared.

If the sinewave is a perfect sine, an approximation of the RMS value can be calculated by multiplying the peak voltage by 0.707107.

If you already have a stablizer, but it's output voltage is incorrect, then it needs adjustment. The manufacturer should be consulted as to how or where you can get it repaired/adjusted properly.
 

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speeed_777

Joined Oct 5, 2008
54
Thanx for your response.I have one other discussion also,plz Wait for my next thread
 
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