The AVS is designed to protect the connected device or appliance from damage due to voltage fluctuations.
The AVS can be used with various types of appliances such as refrigerators, air conditioners, washing machines, and other electrical devices. The device is rated based on the maximum current it can handle, and in this case, the AVS you mentioned has a 30A rating, which means it can handle a maximum current of 30 amps.
When the input voltage level goes above or below a certain range, the AVS automatically switches off the power supply to the connected device to protect it from damage. The AVS may also have other features such as surge protection and noise filtering to further protect the connected device.
Combined Over/Under Voltage Protection
The AVS range offers full automatic protection against both over- and under-voltage fluctuations of the 230Vac mains supply.
Automatically disconnects when mains "BAD"
Automatically reconnects again when "GOOD"
Fast response to fluctuations (<10ns)
LED status indication
Adjustable reset period
Transient Voltage Suppressors (Mains, Domestic)
Voltage surges, often referred to as spikes or transient overvoltages are typically caused by switching of fluorescent lights, fuses blowing or nearby lightning activity. For protecting mains power systems, categories A, B and C (mains) devices are used. All mains style products in this section are location category B and exceed the requirements of location category A making them suitable for use in both locations.
|Title||Automatic Voltage Switch, 30A|
|Function||AC Surge Protection|