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jsmithe

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This one?


Those look like their Industrial Servo's.

They used to have servo's for residential use as also specialized servo's for audio equipment with RF and EMI filters listed on their website. Looks like they have redone their websites. I also found another of their websites https://www.vertexpower.co.in/ which lists single phase servo's such as this one https://www.vertexpower.co.in/single-phase-servo-stabilizer.html.

You can call and talk to them, they are very responsive and will advise as appropriate. I am not sure whether their network is strong in the North so check with them. There were a couple of recommendations for servo manufacturers in the North on the forum. Maybe someone else will pitch in if they remember or you could see if a search brings up the post.
 

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I use a smart socket from Wipro to plug the Amp to, it gives me live power specs on the app.
LEDs, Florescent Lights, PCs & PC peripherals are most common noise polluters, having them anywhere in the HT circuit causes noise interference. Dedicated large guage line like at least 4sqmm will mitigate that problem to a certain extent. There are many FMs happy with Vertex Servo Stabilizer, I have a Local make of Servo Stabilizer for better serviceability ; Stabilizer & higher guage dedicated line is the most important upgrade to your HT/Stereo system both safety wise and SQ wise.
Avoid the smart sockets, Wi-Fi based automation sockets unless explicitly required, They're potential culprits AFAIK.
 

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LEDs, Florescent Lights, PCs & PC peripherals are most common noise polluters, having them anywhere in the HT circuit causes noise interference. Dedicated large guage line like at least 4sqmm will mitigate that problem to a certain extent. There are many FMs happy with Vertex Servo Stabilizer, I have a Local make of Servo Stabilizer for better serviceability ; Stabilizer & higher guage dedicated line is the most important upgrade to your HT/Stereo system both safety wise and SQ wise.
Avoid the smart sockets, Wi-Fi based automation sockets unless explicitly required, They're potential culprits AFAIK.
Our recent posts are out of context of the topic but I am sure many other forum members would benefit by the information and prioritising the upgrade in setup.

I have a vGaurd Digi200 (6Amp) stabalizer, its unused at the moment. Would it be sufficient if I connect it with a Power strip and power up my AVR + Crown PA?




 

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Those look like their Industrial Servo's.

They used to have servo's for residential use as also specialized servo's for audio equipment with RF and EMI filters listed on their website. Looks like they have redone their websites. I also found another of their websites https://www.vertexpower.co.in/ which lists single phase servo's such as this one https://www.vertexpower.co.in/single-phase-servo-stabilizer.html.

You can call and talk to them, they are very responsive and will advise as appropriate. I am not sure whether their network is strong in the North so check with them. There were a couple of recommendations for servo manufacturers in the North on the forum. Maybe someone else will pitch in if they remember or you could see if a search brings up the post.
Got it :)
https://www.hifivision.com/threads/guidance-with-protecting-my-gears.77359/

Answers most of the questions related to Power conditioning

Now we can resume back the main topic of thread.
 
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