Good place to buy 6000,7000watt stabilizer


#1

any ideas people? looking for a servo 6-7000 watt stabilizer.


#2

why?

and why not just buy a small generator or UPS of that power ?


#3

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why?

and why not just buy a small generator or UPS of that power ?

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hez asking for voltage stabilizer to stabilize the current not to generate or produce the current.

!Fluctuation!


#4

i bought 3 stabilizer in last 2 years from saddar working well till now.


#5

Yes I understand that, but what I wanted to say was that instead of buying such an expensive stabilizer, just buy a UPS of that price.


#6

Anyone have any idea how is the quality of UNIVERSAL brand of stabilizers and how it compares, in terms of quality and price, with imported brands?

@deffury

I think you are confusing the functionality of UPS and STABILIZER.


#7

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Yes I understand that, but what I wanted to say was that instead of buying such an expensive stabilizer, just buy a UPS of that price.
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Oh meray bhai can UPS stabilize the current when voltage is comming 180 V u need stab to maintain the current to 220V so AC or Fridge etc can run on 180 Volts.


#8

I'm using a TND-5000VA for the past 14 months and it has been going well so far. Got it for Rs. 9,000. Probably it's a Chinese brand (not sure) or may be local


#9

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I’m using a TND-5000VA for the past 14 months and it has been going well so far. Got it for Rs. 9,000. Probably it’s a Chinese brand (not sure) or may be local
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is that a servo or relay based stabilizer?


#10

^servo


#11

Since the thread died a few days ago, im hijacking it briefly :P

anyone know of a good brand of stabilizer for use with PC and related equipment? Which brands are u using if at all?


#12

What a coincidence. Just yesterday, we were talking, about what

else ?, corruption, and this guy tells me that he bought a UNIVERSAL

stabilizer from Saddar (Karachi) and it nearly destroyed his refrigerator.

So he goes to his friend who happens to own one of the outfits that

assembles UNIVERSAL stabilizers in Karachi (Company is based in

Gujrat) and was told in confidence that they have started using Silver

(topped with Copper of course), instead of using pure Copper in their

windings now. He suggested that he try a brand called "RIMCO".

It was a little more expensive than UNIVERSAL but he claims that it

is working like a charm. Since most of our stabilizers at home are

UNIVERSAL, I thought I'd share this new piece of info to any pers-

pective buyers out there.

.

.

.

Sheikh 'Caveat Emptor' Chilli


#13

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Since the thread died a few days ago, im hijacking it briefly :P

anyone know of a good brand of stabilizer for use with PC and related equipment? Which brands are u using if at all?

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i’ve been using stac for about a couple of years with no problems. the 1000 watt model costs around 2500+ and the 3000 watt model costs 5k+


#14

does anyone know if you can use a servo stabilizer for an 1.5 ton AC? the guy i was going to buy it from said the servo stabilizer cannot handle the ac or fridge, and that i should get a standard relay stabilizer.


#15

okhayy. so stac is good? is it servo based or relay based? I take it that a servo based stabalizer is better? And why is it better?


#16

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I’m using a TND-5000VA for the past 14 months and it has been going well so far. Got it for Rs. 9,000. Probably it’s a Chinese brand (not sure) or may be local
[/quote]

is that a servo or relay based stabilizer?


#17

^servo


#18

Since the thread died a few days ago, im hijacking it briefly :P

anyone know of a good brand of stabilizer for use with PC and related equipment? Which brands are u using if at all?


#19

What a coincidence. Just yesterday, we were talking, about what

else ?, corruption, and this guy tells me that he bought a UNIVERSAL

stabilizer from Saddar (Karachi) and it nearly destroyed his refrigerator.

So he goes to his friend who happens to own one of the outfits that

assembles UNIVERSAL stabilizers in Karachi (Company is based in

Gujrat) and was told in confidence that they have started using Silver

(topped with Copper of course), instead of using pure Copper in their

windings now. He suggested that he try a brand called "RIMCO".

It was a little more expensive than UNIVERSAL but he claims that it

is working like a charm. Since most of our stabilizers at home are

UNIVERSAL, I thought I'd share this new piece of info to any pers-

pective buyers out there.

.

.

.

Sheikh 'Caveat Emptor' Chilli


#20

[quote=", post:, topic:"]

Since the thread died a few days ago, im hijacking it briefly :P

anyone know of a good brand of stabilizer for use with PC and related equipment? Which brands are u using if at all?

[/quote]

i’ve been using stac for about a couple of years with no problems. the 1000 watt model costs around 2500+ and the 3000 watt model costs 5k+