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Electrical Wiring in the Home/Boosting Extremely Low Voltage - Part 2


Hi Robert,

In response to your latest question (below)

Robert Tomasulo : Hey ramesh,
How is it going...and where are you at is there anything else we need to go over? Or continue to  trouble shoot?

Here is my Response.

First, thanks for your reply.

I invested in a 10 KVA Servo Stabilizer (40 amps max rating). A costly investment!! for me to solve a long pending nuisance problem of low voltage :-)

This 'partially' solves my low voltage problem.

However, i still have a nagging question. Say, even if this servo stabilizer is able to boost a low voltage as low as 100V to our indian households operating voltage of 230V, will it be able to drive an AirConditioner which  consumes 1875 Watts of (max) Power? I am trying to ask you ...will this servo stabilizer be able to provide the necessary ampereage (and not just the necessary voltage)

I would love to hear your comments on this (and i really would not mind you getting as technical in your answer as you can)

thanks again

Hey Ramesh,sorry for the delay I have been dealing with some family issues however that being said going off what you stated and the transformer being rated for 40 amps I don't see a problem running an 1800 watt A/C if anything I would take an amp reading first and see what you are already using and worse case scenario just shut off some of your load during A/C use...Let me know how you make out
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I am here to answer ALL your questions regarding anything to do with home wiring such as Switches, Receptacles,Lighting, Main Distribution Panels, HVAC, Thermostats, etc; if it has a wire and in your home I CAN ANSWER IT. Whether its as simple as "why do my lights flicker?" Or as complex as I would like to rewire my house im here to help, in addition i can offer advice on remodeling a kitchen or lighting up you back yard as well as offering troubleshooting on appliances.


I have over 17 years in the electrical industry including Residential, Commercial & Industrial, Im also a certified HVAC technician as well as a certified fiber obtic technician.I am currently employed by the New York City Transit Authority as the Senior Electrical Maintainer and serve as the Relief Foreman for the electrical maintenance division for the past 12 years.I also hold many certifications, licenses and certificates in my field

FOA Member(Fiber Optic Association) UTU (United Transportation Union) IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) HVAC/TALK (Heating & Air conditioning troubleshooting group)

5 years of technical school after high school in electrical installation and design sponsored by Local 3 (IBEW) As well as over 17 years of hands on in the field training and education, and till this day im still learning, Not a day goes by that i don't learn something and if i feel i didn't i will open up a book to insure I DO!

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