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Guidance with protecting my gears

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Ramesh RN

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Hi,

Can you please update front side photo of the stabilizer. This is to ensure I buy the same one and not mistaken

Thanks
Ramesh
 

Mayank Shah

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I am also planning to get Vertex Servo Stab, is that alone sufficient or require any additional conditioning device. Mine is a 2 ch setup.
 

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I am also planning to get Vertex Servo Stab, is that alone sufficient or require any additional conditioning device. Mine is a 2 ch setup.
With vertex you get stable voltage. You can set it to either 220 or 230. It has em/rfi filters and spike arrestor. My suggestion is you can very well go for it to get stable and clean voltage. You can also set low and high voltage cutoff.
 

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Thanks for this thread. I got the quote for Vertex Servo Stabilizer as below last week.

VERTEX 2 kVA 1-Phase Servo Stabiliser – 16, 520.00
VERTEX 3 kVA 1-Phase Servo Stabiliser – 17, 700.00
VERTEX 4 kVA 1-Phase Servo Stabiliser – 20, 060.00

Inclusive of GST @ 18%
Transport Charges – Extra as applicable. (For Pune it is ~1500)
Built-in EMI Filter / Built-in Surge Arrestor

I plan to use it for Denon X-3600H (660w), SVS SB3000 (800w), LG 55" TV (Not sure about the wattage but may be ~100w), Denon N7 (65w), other equipments (100w). That is 1725w with the current equipment and 2525w if I add another sub later on. I need to consider the power factor as well I suppose. Not sure how much it should be - 95%?

What is the load capacity that I should go for?
 

generalxxxstark

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Thanks for this thread. I got the quote for Vertex Servo Stabilizer as below last week.

VERTEX 2 kVA 1-Phase Servo Stabiliser – 16, 520.00
VERTEX 3 kVA 1-Phase Servo Stabiliser – 17, 700.00
VERTEX 4 kVA 1-Phase Servo Stabiliser – 20, 060.00

Inclusive of GST @ 18%
Transport Charges – Extra as applicable. (For Pune it is ~1500)
Built-in EMI Filter / Built-in Surge Arrestor

I plan to use it for Denon X-3600H (660w), SVS SB3000 (800w), LG 55" TV (Not sure about the wattage but may be ~100w), Denon N7 (65w), other equipments (100w). That is 1725w with the current equipment and 2525w if I add another sub later on. I need to consider the power factor as well I suppose. Not sure how much it should be - 95%?

What is the load capacity that I should go for?
Hi,

I purchased the 3KVA model recently. I'm running the following equipment off of it - My main workstation ~1000W including monitor, Marantz 6013, SVS PB-3000, some routers, switches and a couple of media boxes like ATV, etc. It never crosses 50% load at any time.

I think the PF on these is pretty high > 95%
 

Love4sound

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Thanks for this thread. I got the quote for Vertex Servo Stabilizer as below last week.

VERTEX 2 kVA 1-Phase Servo Stabiliser – 16, 520.00
VERTEX 3 kVA 1-Phase Servo Stabiliser – 17, 700.00
VERTEX 4 kVA 1-Phase Servo Stabiliser – 20, 060.00

Inclusive of GST @ 18%
Transport Charges – Extra as applicable. (For Pune it is ~1500)
Built-in EMI Filter / Built-in Surge Arrestor

I plan to use it for Denon X-3600H (660w), SVS SB3000 (800w), LG 55" TV (Not sure about the wattage but may be ~100w), Denon N7 (65w), other equipments (100w). That is 1725w with the current equipment and 2525w if I add another sub later on. I need to consider the power factor as well I suppose. Not sure how much it should be - 95%?

What is the load capacity that I should go for?
These values are maximum and in real world no way your power consumption will be 100%. Maximum will be 50%. Just go for the 3kvA. A few fm’s that I know use 3kv and use it in a set up with gears that are rated much higher than the values you have mentioned
 

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I have just placed the order for 3kVA Vertex stabilizer. Hope to get it soon. I had sent an email to Krykard as well. Someone called up to give me the quote etc. for the standard configuration, but the response for giving me a quote for a stabilizer with EMI/RFI filter and Surge protection etc. was lukewarm and they are yet to come back with more details/quote.
 

Nitin K

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I have just placed the order for 3kVA Vertex stabilizer. Hope to get it soon. I had sent an email to Krykard as well. Someone called up to give me the quote etc. for the standard configuration, but the response for giving me a quote for a stabilizer with EMI/RFI filter and Surge protection etc. was lukewarm and they are yet to come back with more details/quote.
Better to go for Vertex then as it is value for money. For the EMI and RFI filters Krykard charges approx ₹5000/- extra.

I have a 3 Kva Krykard with Sound foundations Barracuda electric distribution which has the filters.
 

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I have just placed the order for 3kVA Vertex stabilizer. Hope to get it soon. I had sent an email to Krykard as well. Someone called up to give me the quote etc. for the standard configuration, but the response for giving me a quote for a stabilizer with EMI/RFI filter and Surge protection etc. was lukewarm and they are yet to come back with more details/quote.
sorry newbie here , how does EMI /RFI helps i am also looking for dedicated home theatre setup
 

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sorry newbie here , how does EMI /RFI helps i am also looking for dedicated home theatre setup
As per my limited understanding in this field, electrical & radio frequencies are caused by manmade & natural causes like, mobile phones, computer equipment, wifi, lightening, static current,ground loops, faulty wiring or worn out contacts in the circuit breaker, long cables with less shielding etc. Basically an unwanted signal (noise) gets attached to a desired signal & is emitted by the system. This kind of noise affects the performance of a hifi system with degrading sound or can result in a noisy picture on the televisions affecting clarity.
So a stabilizer with these filters will prevent these disturbances from moving on to the hifi sytem. But a faulty wiring still needs to be rectified despite having a stabilizer. All faults at the source wiring, circuits/plugs/sockets should be rectified. All cables should ideally have thick & proper shielding to prevent acting as antennae & generating static current.
Other experts on the forum will be able to elaborate more on this. Its good to have these filters & Vertex has stabilizers meant specifically for HIfi systems. But pls check their delivery & service as it is limited to certain areas.
 
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dream_designer

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As per my limited understanding in this field, electrical & radio frequencies are caused by manmade & natural causes like, mobile phones, computer equipment, wifi, lightening, static current,ground loops, faulty wiring or worn out contacts in the circuit breaker, long cables with less shielding etc. Basically an unwanted signal (noise) gets attached to a desired signal & is emitted by the system. This kind of noise affects the performance of a hifi system with degrading sound or can result in a noisy picture on the televisions affecting clarity.
So a stabilizer with these filters will prevent these disturbances from moving on to the hifi sytem. But a faulty wiring still needs to be rectified despite having a stabilizer. All faults at the source wiring, circuits/plugs/sockets should be rectified. All cables should ideally have thick & proper shielding to prevent acting as antennae & generating static current.
Other experts on the forum will be able to elaborate more on this. Its good to have these filters & Vertex has stabilizers meant specifically for HIfi systems. But pls check their delivery & service as it is limited to certain areas.
Thanks understood:)
 
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