Difference between voltage stabilizer and voltage regulator

The voltage regulators will compensate if there is a difference between the two voltages. If the power supply fluctuates for any reason, a voltage stabilizer is used in the home to output a constant voltage.

A voltage regulator is a device that gives out steady voltage to an output irrespective of the change of load current.

A voltage stabilizer is a device or circuit that gives out a steady supply of voltage without changes in incoming voltage.

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