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    Default Need help buying a Voltage Stabilizer

    As the title says, I need a good voltage stabilizer for my PC. I've a pure sine wave IPS and a Tt Toughpower 600w, a monitor and a router along with a Link3 modem which are powered from the wall.

    The unit has to be a highend one, and can cope with my IPS which is an RA 1500VA 1.2kW.

    Please mention the shop and model no, and price if possible.

    Thanks in advance.

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    @dipanzan For this kind of product I think best company will be Micro Electronics Bangladesh. They have many showroom in Dhaka City at different area. Of them I can remember 2 now. At IDB 2nd floor they have a shop and at motijheel they have another showroom. Visit their shop near to you and explain your need they will give you the perfect product of quality.

    http://www.microelectronicsbd.com/co...=&Page=Product

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metal View Post
    @dipanzan For this kind of product I think best company will be Micro Electronics Bangladesh. They have many showroom in Dhaka City at different area. Of them I can remember 2 now. At IDB 2nd floor they have a shop and at motijheel they have another showroom. Visit their shop near to you and explain your need they will give you the perfect product of quality.

    http://www.microelectronicsbd.com/co...=&Page=Product
    Thank you! Kalke amader ekhan e ekta showroom e koekta Bangladeshi brand dekhlam. Lok ta bollo amader punno jinish nen, ami bollam na bhai amader jinish e ami astha pai na. :/ Por e beta chete gelo, ar ami hashte hashte chole gelam. xD

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    voltage stabilizer ki asole kono kaje lage?worth the money?

    ek somoy ups use kore pc chalaitam but tao hard disc ar motherboard tik silo three years er moto tarpor nosto hoye gesilo

    ar ekhon ups chara chalaitasi three or four years but hard disc er kisu hoinai.so ekhon amar kase beapar ta kisuta luck er depend kore mone hoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knroeoueqisk View Post
    voltage stabilizer ki asole kono kaje lage?worth the money?
    yes offcourse it does help. I can not count UPS delivers the same function of a voltage stabilizer. To some extent everyone says UPS protects power surge. But amra prai shomoi dekhi oi UPS o nosto hoi voltage up down er karone. If you look into real scenario power outage rate is very high in our country. Loadshadding er karone electronics product amader country the shob chithe beshi nosto hoi. When electricity comes back it comes back with power surge. To protect our valuable things we need a safeguard and thus voltage stabilizer can ensure you a smooth power supply to product you plug in.

    Again voltage stabilizer will not give you power backup like UPS. Thai dui ta thakle PC er kono kothi hobar possibility kome jai.

    If you do jump into river without knowing the swimming luck is not going to save you. If you do not know swimming then you need tools before you jump in water. Amder deshe current jabei oitar kono solution nai better we take action and adopt some protection some sort of security..
    Last edited by Metal; June 18th, 2012 at 19:45.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metal View Post
    yes offcourse it does help. I can not count UPS delivers the same function of a voltage stabilizer. To some extent everyone says UPS protects power surge. But amra prai shomoi dekhi oi UPS o nosto hoi voltage up down er karone. If you look into real scenario power outage rate is very high in our country. Loadshadding er karone electronics product amader country the shob chithe beshi nosto hoi. When electricity comes back it comes back with power surge. To protect our valuable things we need a safeguard and thus voltage stabilizer can ensure you a smooth power supply to product you plug in.

    Again voltage stabilizer will not give you power backup like UPS. Thai dui ta thakle PC er kono kothi hobar possibility kome jai.

    If you do jump into river without knowing the swimming luck is not going to save you. If you do not know swimming then you need tools before you jump in water. Amder deshe current jabei oitar kono solution nai better we take action and adopt some protection some sort of security..
    bro tomar kothay jukti ase ar electricity come back korar somoy power surge er bepar ta janlam.

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