AVR (automatic voltage regulation) is an automatic electronically controlled voltage regulator. It makes sure that the set voltage is kept steady and that the voltage doesn’t fluctuate too much when changing the load. With generating sets, the differences in voltage fluctuate between 1 and 2% By regulating the voltage, we can connect all electronic appliances to the generating set.
 
Another method for regulating the output voltage is to use a variable transformer. The disadvantage of a variable transformer is that its output voltage is less stable than the output voltage of an AVR. When using a variable transformer, the differences in voltage can fluctuate between 5 and 10%.
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