AC Voltage Stabilisation, Power Conditioning and Voltage Optimisation
Today, there are hundreds of thousands of Watford Control ac voltage stablisers & power conditioners in service throughout the world, many of them operating in some of the toughest environments on earth.
Whatever your national or international power supply requirements Watford Control can provide the solution from an off-the-shelf unit to a uniquely customised device.
Why voltage control?
All mains powered equipment requires a supply, which is maintained within certain limits. Thus a low supply voltage will cause malfunction, whilst a high supply voltage will cause serious damage. Microprocessor based systems and other sensitive equipment requires not only a stable voltage but also a supply free of transient spikes and electrical noise.
In many developing and emergent economies, power demand is outstripping supply, giving rise to large voltage swings, surges and brownouts in the national supply.
Who we are?
Watford Control was established in 1947, since which time the company can claim with confidence to have manufactured more AC Voltage Stabilisers / Power Conditioners above 1kVA than all other UK manufacturers.
The company has representatives and agents throughout the world, covering every requirement from low-cost transient suppression to total power conditioning.
How can we help?
Watford Control offers a unique design, manufacturing and advisory capability from their production facility at Corby, Northamptonshire in the United Kingdom. With all the options available, you can be sure our advice is always unbiased, always leading to the best competitively priced answer to your needs.
Try us! Our expert advisors are ready to help you solve any power related problem.
How to get started?
Contact us today and talk to one of our engineers to discuss your power related problem and find the best solution to meet your requirements. Alternatively, email Watford Control or make an online enquiry.
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