The AC Automatic Voltage Regulator
The automatic voltage regulator or AVR, as the name implies, is a device intended to regulate voltage automatically: that is to take a varying voltage level and turn it into a constant voltage level.
There is tremendous diversity in the size and type of devices that could qualify to be called an automatic voltage regulator. To get a sense of the degree of diversity among AVRs, consider an analogy about the term “spotlight” which can mean pixel-sized all solid state elements found in display devices to truck-mounted, power guzzlers to illuminate the night sky.
The UST Sure-Volt™ voltage regulator/power conditioner provides the broadest range of protection available to guard your valuable equipment and maximize your bottom line with Industry-leading overload capacity for compatibility with all loads types. Other features include: Built-in surge suppression for surges and spikes, Line isolation minimizes transient events and noise, Transformer shielding further reduces line noise to deliver clean power, and much more.
The UST Mini-EVR™ voltage regulator/power conditioner is UST’s more efficient answer to the ferro. Based on the same technology found in UST’s popular Sure-Volt™ power conditioner, the Mini-EVR™ provides the same very fast response, high overload capacity, industrial-grade durability and easy application as its big brother. The Mini-EVR™ is designed for small, single phase loads and is packaged in a smaller, lower cost configuration. Most importantly, the Mini-EVR™ offers superior protection from power quality problems without busting your bottom line with high energy costs like traditional power conditioners. Calculate your savings with our online calculator.