What is the difference between a surge protector, voltage regulator and No Break?

What is a surge protector? They are actually transient voltage suppressor (SSTV) were installed when the power supply that powers equipment, has elevations voltage within milliseconds, which are very risky to operate the equipment.

What are the uses of a surge protector? Its function is simply when it detects over-voltage transient, delete it and sends it to ground so that the peak voltage does not reach any equipment or machine, causing the team not to break down and last longer.

What is a regulator? A voltage regulator is an electronic device designed to maintain a constant voltage level.

What are the uses of a regulator? The operation of the regulator will be to detect the voltage supplied by the alternator such that when it reaches a high or low value that voltage is maintained without leaving a need for the equipment to operate properly rank.

What is a No Break? It is an electrical lifeguard to a sudden lack of energy, provide electricity to appliances that are connected with its internal rechargeable batteries.

What are the uses of a No Break? The No breaks will only be used for electronic devices are not suitable to protect appliances (refrigerators, washing machines, irons etc.) All depends on the needs of the team that is going to protect the user, because it may be in your neighborhood daily power failures occur and that could ultimately be damaging electronics.

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