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Looking for an AC (60Hz) Voltage Stabilizer

Discussion in 'Electronic Equipment' started by Glenn Jacobs, Feb 8, 2005.

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  1. Glenn Jacobs

    Glenn Jacobs Guest

    I have used 50 Hz voltage Stabilizers in Europe and I wonder if there
    something similar in the US. The ones in Europe, I believe were passive.
    I am not sure how they worked some sort of a tank circuit with a swinging
    choke? Maybe.

    Anyway My problem is that my house runs on solar and when the well pump
    kicks on it drops the voltage enough so that it messes up the electronics
    in a couple of pieces of equipment. Washing Machine and sometimes my
    computer. I would like to put voltage stabilizers in front of each of
    these two items.

    Any suggestions?

    Jake
     
  2. Try Google for Sola as they make resonant xfmrs that might fill your bill.
     
  3. mike

    mike Guest

    Yep, they exist. I've even got one for sale here:
    http://nm7u.tripod.com/homepage/sale.html
    Uses a motorized variac connected backwards from the usual.
    mike

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