AVR

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Servo Motor AVRsAn Automatic Voltage Regulator (AVR) is one that is used to protect our computers and other appliances (i.e. refrigerators, flat screen TVs) against surging and fluctuating of electricity by maintaining the load voltage against wide variances.

This is also necessary especially for places where power outages frequently happen as such as our country resulting in excessive in rush current upon power resumption.

Meiji AVRs are servo-motor type with 4 universal outlets (3: 220V and 1:110V). We also have power-on delay of 5-8 minutes so as to protect the appliance for sudden surges of electricity. However, we also have a Quick-start feature to override this in case of an immediate need. Like our transformers, our AVR units also have a fuse protective device for over voltage. This will be the initial warning as it blows to inform you or the user that the ampere rating being used is more than the allowable. It also protects your appliance against short circuits and other dangerous faults to avoid accidents like fire.

Included also is a convenient switch for easier turn-on and shut-off without the need of pulling the plug from your wall outlet.

For our 3000w and 5000w units, we also have a built-in circuit breaker to better protect your higher rated appliances. When it trips, this would be a warning that your appliance may be experiencing faults, shorts and/or others.

The features and benefits of Meiji AVRs are more than what you can ask for!

Available wattages:

500w

1000w

1500w

2000w

3000w

5000w

82 Responses to “AVR”

  1. Mark says:

    Good day!

    Hi I have an SVC-500 AVR. Lately napansin ko na umaabot yung output meter ng about 300. Napansin ko din na umiinit ito at may amoy na dulot ng sobrang init. Ano ang dapat gawin para maiayos ito?

    Isang 40″ LED TV lang naman ang ginagamit namin sa AVR na ito. Salamat.

    • John says:

      Hi Mark,

      Kailan ba ito na-purchase? Wag mo muna isaksak yung AVR. Marahil over voltage yan. I suggest na ipacheck mo muna yung AVR.

      Thanks!

      • Dave says:

        Hi!
        Same model po and same problem po nag experience ko. I also noticed a buzzing sound which I don’t hear dun sa 2 Meiji AVR ko (1000 and 1500). Tinanggal ko muna while I plugged in yung appliances sa extension cord na may surge protector.

        Bought my unit i think last August or September 2012 at ACE SM Makati. Any advice? Still covered pa din po ba ng Warranty?

        • John says:

          Hi Dave,

          Unfortunately, hanggang 1 year lang ang warranty natin. pero pwede natin i-check kung ano problem ng AVR mo do the repairs with charges.
          you can go to our Main office located at 1 Mabolo St. New Manila Quezon City.

          Thanks!

  2. nikniknik says:

    Hello. Is the 500w avr sufficient for my LED tv (101 watts), PS4 (150 watts), Digibox (20 watts)?

    • John says:

      Hi Nik,

      Yes it is. Just make sure to plug your devices to its corresponding voltage requirement. If 110 is required by the device, use the 110 outlet.

      Thanks!

  3. Allen says:

    Hello. Is there an AVR For a 120v 60Hz 0.2A Adapter

  4. rose says:

    pwede po b gamitin yong avr n 20w kung ang flatscreen tv po e may 120v-60hz 42w ang indicated voltage s back ng tv..?tnx po

    • John says:

      Hi Rose,

      I recommend na gumamit ka ng mas mataas na wattage ng AVR, preferrably mga nasa 100, tapos yung may output voltage na 120V. Dapat kasi mas mataas ang wattage ng AVR sa equipment.

      Thanks!

  5. Chris says:

    ask ko lang kung mga magkano. ang 500w na AVR nyo na servo?

  6. shan says:

    Sir John may 2hp airconditioner poh ako tpos mbaba lang yung kuryente namin anong avr poh dpat ang ggamitin ko..thanks and more power meiji…..

    • John says:

      Hi Shan,

      para sa 2hp ac unit mo, U suggest to use a 5000 watts since meron itong cooling element. The allowance is for protection naman, so no worries.

      Thanks!

  7. CHRIS says:

    yes po. sa 110v outlet isasaksak pra itest kung mgreregulate kahit 110v ung pumapasok na kuryente at makakapglabas pa din 220. ksi po iniisip ko lang kung sakali na magfluctuate in power tapos bumaba sa 110v or lower, panu nya ireregulate ung volts kung ndi pde sa 110v outlet

  8. Chris says:

    sir, kailangan ko kasi ng avr, gusto ko kasi cgurado ako sa bibilin ko at kaya ung mga possible voltage anomaly

  9. saxi says:

    Hi Sir Ask ko lang how much ung 1000watts nyo na avr? ok po ba gamitin yan for ref? Thanks!

  10. Mitch says:

    How much is the 5000W AVR? 3000W? Thanks!

  11. mel says:

    hi, anong avr wattage ang recommended for threadmill 2.0hp motor & how much?
    thanks.

    • John says:

      Hi Mel,

      for your 2hp thread-mill, I recommend to use a 5000W AVR since its motor-operated. A great allowance would help the equipment from inrush current.
      SVC-5000 costs P15,264.

      Thanks!

  12. daryl says:

    Ask ko lang magkano po ang servo type 1000w output 220 volt, input- automatic. kelangan ko po siya asap. thanks.

    • John says:

      Hi Daryl,

      Meiji Servo type 1000W AVR costs P3158.00. And yes, input is 220V at merong 3 international outlet at may isang 110V output outlet.

      Thanks!

  13. rosito cuison says:

    magkano ho ba repair ng meiji transformer…

    • Apple says:

      Hello Rosito,
      Alin pong step-down transformer ang ipaparepair? May resibo pa po ba kayo ng nabiling transformer?

  14. Felix says:

    your avr have voltage adjustment right, how much is the range of voltage adjustment if i use the 220vac outlet of your avr.

    thank you

  15. ding says:

    balak ko po lagyan ng AVR ang aking 0.75 ACU, voltage in my area varries with highest of 180v & lowest of 125v during night time. what can you recommend? thanks!

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