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What is the Difference between a Servo Voltage Stabilizer and a UPS?


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Electrical fluctuations are a common thing in India. Therefore, to safeguard expensive electrical appliances from electrical surges one must use a voltage regulator. Another way to protect your electrical devices is to use a UPS to avert any damage due to power failures.

However, many people are not aware of the correct application of a Servo Voltage Stabilizer and a UPS and often misunderstand their uses with each other.

What is a UPS? UPS stands Uninterrupted Power Supply. In case of an electrical failure, a UPS is a device that provides a temporary and short-term power supply to a critical electrical appliance. UPS is different from emergency power generators or a standby generator that kicks in after a few seconds. The main idea of a UPS system is to provide power and allow a necessary gap to shut down a critical system physically.

What is Servo Voltage Stabilizer? A voltage stabilizer is an electrical device to protect electrical appliances from irregular voltage surges. Servo voltage stabilizers regulate the incoming voltage with the help of a servo motor to match the input voltage of an appliance so that the delicate parts of a motor stay protected from electrical hazards.

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