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: Dimmers seems fine since they were working perfectly with my Local UPS.
@Raza0007: My UPS connects Neutral Input with Neutral Output (internally).
I bought clamp meter last night and my UPS output is 195-198 Volts.
I have noticed something else wierd about my UPS . It’s output gives you Live in right socket hole (as mentioned on the UPS as well) but input takes Live via left. If you provide live input to right (which makes sense as in case of most electronics) it inverses your output (Live in left).
Its wierd because if user is relying on single wiring, result would be short circuiting in case he provides live input via Right as per normal practice.
Raza can you pls. check if input and output convention of homage is same? i.e. Live wire in right socket hole and Neutral in Left.
Moreover have you checked for voltage output of your homage UPS? Is it around 220 V or less?
Well, both input and output on my homage have ‘L’ on the left and ‘N’ on the right. There is only one difference, input has ‘E’ Earth on the top while output has ‘E’ on the bottom. So if you consider it as a 3-way socket then based on the location on ‘E’, I would say that output socket is inverted. If you take it as inverted then you need to flip the box to see the right and left and in that case output ‘L’ is on the right and ‘N’ on the left. I hope you understood what I said. Draw it on paper to understand better.
I have never put a meter on the output of my inverter so I do not know the exact output voltage. It says on the manual that Homage provides constant 230 V output. Since I do not experience any fluctuations while homage is running so I can assume that it provides constant 230 V.
Based on what you wrote earlier that your energy savers fluctuate then it might be because you inverter is not providing constant output voltage. You should have it checked by the dealer.