Servo Motor AVRsAn Automatic Voltage Regulator (AVR) is one that is used to protect our computers and other appliances (i.e. refriegerators, 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:







39 Responses to “AVR”

  1. Minuet says:

    Hello meiji :) im using meiji servo 1000w avr tanong ko lang parang mataas ang out put voltage nia 220v ung sa outlet tapos yung output ng avr ko 230v ginamitan ko ng digital multitester ngayon ko lang napansin? may problema kaya? :)

  2. Rammil says:

    hi john, i am interested with your AVR 5000W, can you send me the full specification and quotation?

  3. Brian says:

    Good day, Sir. Just want to know what AVR will I use if my equipment is 1500watts and 120V? May I know the price and you location?! Thanks

  4. Donna says:

    Hi Meiji,

    I need an AVR for my 1.5HP ACU. How much wattage do I need. May I ask for a quotation for the said item?

  5. Softy says:

    Hi, i am looking for a 250kva servo avr… Could you help me?

    • John says:

      Hi Softy,

      Unfortunately, we only have 10kva servo type AVR. Please let us know if the AVR you need is for single phase.


  6. Edgar F. Nunez says:

    what avr rating would you recommend for 1HP AC. I need 110V and 220 V outlets in each AVR. should be servo type with delay fitted with circuit breaker.

    • John says:

      Hi Edgar!

      For your 1HP AC unit, I suggest to use a 3000 watts since your AC unit has cooling element. Meiji AVRs are all servo typ ena d has output outlets of both 110V and 220V but only the 10KVA has a circuit breaker protection. The rest are fuse type.

      Do you want me to quote it anyway? Let me know.


  7. reypapz says:

    Hi sir,

    What can you recommend for my Mini Hi-Fi Component System with power consumption of 195W and LED TV.

    And what about Mini Hi-Fi Component System with power consumption of 195W + LED TV + Ref.

    • John says:

      Hi Rey,

      It is recommended to have an allowance 3 times the equipment’s wattage if it has a heating or cooling element.
      I hope this will help you.

  8. Sally Fernandez says:

    Capacity: 45kVA
    Input Voltage: 380VAC +/- 15%, 3 Phase
    Output Voltage: 380VAC +/- 1%, 3 Phase
    Frequency: 50 / 60 Hz.
    Response Time: 0.1 sec.
    Efficiency Distortion: > 98% Less than 1%
    Overload Capability: 150% @ 10sec.

  9. Calvin says:

    Sir,umiinit po ung meiji svc 1000 ko,normal lng po ba un?

    • John says:

      Hi Rina,

      Yes, we already opened our showroom located at Unit 15, Landsdale Arcade, Mother Ignacia Street, in front of St. Paul Church.
      Shop’s name is “Apple Tipps”


  10. rodeL says:

    good day do you have AVR 380 input and out; 4.5kva or near the spec kva. how much?

    • John says:

      Hi Rodel,

      Unfortunately, our AVRs has 220V and 110V outputs only. though wattage ratings can be close enough as we have 3000 watts and 5000 watts, still, voltage output is essential.

      thanks for your query.

  11. randy says:

    I need 10 kva avr single. can you send me the quotation and may i know ur location.
    Thank you.

    • John says:

      Hi Randy,

      I’ll email you a quotation of our 10KVA AVR. Our office is located at 1 Mabolo St. New Manila Quezon City.


  12. Bert says:

    Pwede po ba pagsabayin ang microwave at ref sa svc-2000? Ref is rated 315watts and microwave 1400watts. So, 1715watts lang. Just making sure po…

    • John says:

      Hi Bert,

      Sa gagawin mo, hindi pwede. hindi kasi kaya ng 2000W ang sum ng wattage ng dalawang equipment mo, lalo na’t yung microwave oven ay may heating element at yung ref ay may motor at cooling element. Mas maganda na may allowance ka ng 5 times the wattage of the equipment.
      I suggest na tig-isa silang AVR, para mas safe.


  13. jflarong says:

    hi john, i am interested with your AVR 5000W, can you send me the full specification and quotation?

  14. Jay says:

    i am interested with your AVR 500W, can you send me quotation.
    If you have digital display much better.

  15. Aiza says:

    Hi sir meron po ba kaung voltage regulator na ang specs ay 3-57.2 KVA; 7-6 kv; i-phase; 60hz? thank you

  16. cipher says:

    For a headphone amplifier like this, what wattage of meiji will you recommend?


    Technical Specifications :
    Headphones impedance : 8-600 Ohms
    Input impedance: 100 Kilo-Ohms
    Frequency response: 15 Hz – 40 KHz, -3dB
    Power output > 1 watt
    Voltage: AC 110/220 V, 50/60 Hz

  17. Cipher says:

    Wattage is the power output, right? then its >1 watt. Please confirm if my assumption is correct

  18. Ronald says:


    Our developing village have fluctuation in the power source as the electricity connection of homeowners are connected via sub-meter from the office of the developer. At night we are experiencing a large drop of voltage due to several lights that are on for more than 6 hours and other homeowners are using their aircon. I have calculated the total power consumption of our appliances and came up with the result of 5975 W. With surge power, it reached around 8948 W. Would your AVR 10kW is enough on this power consumption? Moreover we would like to integrate the AVR between our main circuit breaker and load; are there any additional devices needed? Also, I would like to check the voltage range your AVR can stabilize? Please send me as well the details in my email.

    Thank you in advance!

  19. del says:

    I have a 2 year old Meiji SVC 1000 servo, recently malfunction due to mistakenly used a 1040W popcorn popper, can it be repaired ?

    • John says:

      Hi Del,

      we have to check it first, and depending on the damaged done, we will know if it we can repair it. You can bring it here in our main office located at 1 Mabolo St. New Manila Quezon City.


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