Voltage Protector VS Voltage Stabilizer

Date:2023-12-12 03:40:39 click:378

We all know that voltage protectors and voltage stabilizers both help protect electrical equipment from the damage that voltage problems can cause. 

And the use of both helps to extend the service life of the equipment and ensure its normal operation.

So how to apply these two devices? What's the difference between them?


The main function of the voltage protector is to protect our home appliances from voltage fluctuations. When the voltage is too high or too low, the voltage protector can automatically cut off the power supply to protect the electrical appliances. At this time, the voltage protector enters the delay state. After the delay state ends, the protector will continue to monitor the voltage. If the voltage is still in an abnormal state, the protector will continue to enter the delay state. Through this process, the voltage protector can prevent damage to electrical appliances caused by voltage fluctuations, and can also prevent damage to the motor of electrical appliances caused by repeated power on and off.


The main function of a voltage stabilizer (regulator) is to regulate the input voltage and maintain the output voltage within a stable range. It can maintain the output voltage at a stable level when the grid voltage fluctuates, preventing the equipment from being affected by high or low voltage.



Voltage protectors are more suitable for protecting home appliances and extending their life.

Voltage stabilizers can not only be used to protect some home appliances, but can also be used to protect some industrial high-power equipment to ensure that equipment can continue to operate when the power grid fluctuates, avoiding production interruptions and equipment damage.