Superior Transient Voltage Surge Suppression (TVSS) that protects your equipment, reduces motor stress and overheating, extends lamp and ballast life, plus provides guaranteed utility bill savings.

2435 E. Pecan Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85040


602.305.6996 (fax)

Interested in saving 15%
on your electric bill !!

Technical Data on Sta'bl-POWER & TVSS's

Reduce your energy costs and protect your equipment with the

Sta'bl-POWER™ Transient Voltage Surge Suppressor (TVSS)
Transient Voltage Surge Suppressor (TVSS)

 Providing the 'next step' in TVSS products, manufactured since 1974

What Sta'bl-POWER™ Can Do For You !!

Protect your entire electrical system and equipment from damaging externally and internally generated transient voltage surge activity.

Cuts electrical usage by 10 - 20%. Filters out harmonics, which are heat causing, voltage stressing elements from the power line. Reducing the transients to all electrical equipment and lighting provides increased operating efficiency.

Longer Life:
Electrical transients, surges, and spikes bombard electrical circuits up to 400,000 times per hour. As a result, your electrical equipment is being gradually (sometimes suddenly) destroyed. Reduction of these transients will increase the life span of your expensive equipment.

What are the Main Benefits?

Decentralized power conditioning

Low cost protection of all of your electrical equipment

Less downtime and production losses

Greater lamp and ballast life.

Reduced motor stress and overheating

Constant and accurate protection of computers and digital electronics

Lower operating temperatures

Extended equipment life

Guaranteed savings

Ten year warranty

Sta'bl-POWER™ Primary Level TVSS, Cat. B

Sta'bl-POWER™ Secondary TVSS, Cat. C

State of the Art, Multi-Element & Non Degrading Technology

Reasons to Buy:

Provides overall EFFECTIVE electrical system protection - not point of use

The fastest clamping speed and UL listed device on the market

Controls incoming power quality and in-house induced system harmonics

By controlling voltage surges, electric motors operate cooler and thus more efficiently

Provides protection to motor windings and control circuits

Extends the life of expensive lighting, minimizes maintenance expenses for bulb replacement

Defers capital expenses in replacing existing lighting with low wattage alternatives and general equipment replacement

Last but not least, in addition to the above maintenance savings, the units are guaranteed in writing to reduce overall electric billing costs by 10%, with a 5% reduction in maintenance costs.

Used at:

Manufacturing Plants


Credit Unions

Clinics & Doctor's Office

Malls & Office Buildings


Grocery Stores




We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, & American Express

- Leasing / Financing Available -

The costly effects of power quality problems are most clearly seen when equipment or products suffer damage. Not only is there downtime for the affected equipment, there are also repair and replacement costs. In addition, loss of product means expensive rework, loss of productivity, and higher overhead costs.

While most people think that power quality problems only affect sensitive electronic components, other aspects, in particular a new disturbance known as harmonic distortion, also affect normal loads such as motors, and transformers. The entire system, from transmission, to distribution, to utilization, is now subject to damage and destruction from various power quality phenomena.

Power anomalies come in many forms and go by many names. Briefly, these disturbances are broken down into six categories. Although not mentioned as a separate category, please note that the power system itself is a major contributor to existing power quality problems, especially continuity, and the quality of grounding connections.

The first category is Transients. These are subcycle disturbances with a very fast voltage change. They typically have frequencies of tens to hundreds of kilohertz, with some even into megahertz. The voltage excursions range from hundreds to thousands of volts. Transients are also called spikes, impulses, and surges.

The second category, Momentary Interruptions, refers to a loss of voltage ranging from less than a cycle to several cycles. Though they do not last long enough to be called outages, in reality that's what they are.

Voltage Sags And Swells are the third category. These are variations in the RMS voltage from about one half cycle to several seconds. They are characterized by changes in the RMS voltage value. Sags refer to a reduction in the voltage, while swells deal with a voltage increase.

Should a sag or swell last for longer than several seconds, it is referred to as an Undervoltage or Overvoltage. This is the fourth category. These disturbances may last indefinitely.

The fifth category is Harmonic Distortion. If the voltage or current waveshape is not sinusoidal, it is considered distorted. Since our entire power system was developed with sine waves in mind, harmonic distortion challenges many of our basic concepts about how to transmit, distribute, use and maintain electric power.

The last category is Electrical Noise, sometimes called electromagnetic interference, or EMI. EMI consists of high frequency, low voltage signals coupled onto the power lines. Frequencies may vary from the kilohertz to the megahertz range, and magnitudes may be up to 10 or 20 volts.

Compare our Performance and Price --- The Savings are Obvious!



1Ø 120/240 VAC
3 wire +gnd.


120/208 VAC
4 wire +gnd.


3Ø Delta
240 VAC
3 wire +gnd.


3Ø WYE or Delta
240 VAC
4 wire +gnd. Hi-Leg


3Ø Delta
480 VAC
3 wire +gnd.


3Ø WYE or Delta
277/480 VAC
3 or 4 wire +gnd.


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