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workaholicttt

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I have a stabilizer that is meant to be used for refrigerators that I use to power my laptop-because of power fluctuations. Is this in any way a reason for my electricity consumption to be high? OR does the laptop still take its usual power from this stabilizer?:confused::confused:

This is what I have?
ITEM CODE :VST MISC15B
MODEL : SGN 1000
SGN 1000-1KVA(For Refrigerators
& Small Deep Freezes)
INPUT LIMITS - 150-260V/AC
OUTPUT - 220V+-11%
(within the input range of 165-244V)
ON TIME DELAY OF EITHER 2 SECONDS OR 4MINITS.




 
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I would have thought this unit has some active circuitry and will therefore use some power even without anything connected. How high is high ?
 
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workaholicttt

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I would have thought this unit has some active circuitry and will therefore use some power even without anything connected. How high is high ?
i mean as much power used by a refrigerator as opposed to a laptop which is the only one using it?Is that possible?
 
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workaholicttt

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No it's not.
based on the information above do u know how much power it is consuming?thx UNITS-WATTS/HR


Is it the same as a UPS?
 
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boatnik1

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It's all solid state circuitry so nothing there to use a serious amount of electricity.
I don't even see any point in using it with a + or- of 11% on output i.e 230v out could be anywhare between 205v and 255v. Main line power fluctuations of that amount would be rare and laptop power supplies are designed to work on quite a large variance of power input anyway.
 
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