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Support & FAQ

Posted on 20. Feb, 2014 by admin

Important

> ENSURE PROPER EARTH CONNECTIONS AT YOUR SOURCE AND TO THE UNIT.

> AVOID LOOSE CONTACTS ON BOTH INPUT/OUTPUT SIDES.

Electronic AC Protector

Posted on 16. Feb., 2014 by admin

1. Connect in main input cord (Fit with 15 Amp. plug or connect as per your wall socket) of the Power Regulator and switch on the mains, Count Down timer will star (5,4,3,2,1) and power regulator will show output 200V+- 10%

2. Now switch off the mains supply and connect your Ac through terminals accessible at the side of your Electronic Power Protector.

3. Digital Display of the Power Regulator will always indicate output voltage. To see the input voltage press (PUSH FOR INPUT) button once and it will indicate input voltage for 5 seconds and automatically switch to output voltage.

4. Display Indications: LO When input voltage is low HI When input voltage is high FE1 When there is fault in working of Power regulator tEMP When there is overload or high temperature inside.

5. The Power Regulator has an built-in automatic low and high cut-off at unsafe low & high main input voltages, continuous or transitory and automatically switches on when safe mains voltage is restored. Electronic overload and over temperature protections are inboult.

Electronic AC Protector

Posted on 10. Feb, 2014 by admin

Safety guards:

# Do not coil the Power cord when in service to prevent heat build-up.
# Do not operate Power Regulator Outdoors, in hot, wet or oily locations.
# Do not use the Power Regulator through doorways or across walkways.
# Do not place anything or cover the unit to allow free air circulation. Place it in well ventilated area.
# Do not operate Power regulator if any liquid spills over it, Consult your nearest Service Center.

Not to Worry:

# If Power Regulator gets heated during operation (Max. Upto 600C). It is quite normal.
# If Power Regulator makes an clicking sound at times. It is because when input voltage changes, Relay automatically changes its position to set output volt. In safe limit and makes a clicking sound.





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