To summarize: yes, you should unplug your refrigerator after a brownout, and plug it back in 5-10 minutes once the power is restored. Continue reading Do I Need To Unplug My Refrigerator After A Brownout?
You should invest in a Power on Delay to protect your investment and to prolong the usable life of your aircon. Continue reading Do I Need A Power on Delay For My Aircon?
Power surges happen more frequently than you think; most are just small fluctuations that we can barely feel. However, these small spikes can gradually damage your appliances – especially your aircon. This is why it is wise to invest in a Power Surge Protector to protect your air conditioner especially if you live in an area with frequent power surges. A power surge protector shuts … Continue reading Do I Need A Power Surge Protector For My Aircon?
In this buying guide, we will discuss how to choose the best AVR model for your refrigerator. Continue reading How To Choose An AVR For Your Refrigerator | Buying Guide
You should invest in an automatic voltage regulator (AVR) to protect your investment and to prolong the usable life of your refrigerator. Continue reading Do I Need An AVR For My Refrigerator?
A power surge protector shuts off the power supply to your refrigerator when it detects unusually high voltage fluctuations. Read more about this device here: Continue reading Do I Need A Power Surge Protector For My Refrigerator?
A Power on Delay is a device that protects your refrigerator from the effects of voltage fluctuations after a brownout. Read more about this nifty device here: Continue reading Do I Need A Power on Delay For My Refrigerator?
Read this if you live in an area with a consistently low voltage supply. Continue reading How To Protect Home Appliances From Low Voltage (Philippines)
Power surges happen more frequently than you think Continue reading How To Protect Home Appliances From Power Surges (Philippines)
Most appliances in the Philippines are designed to work on a electrical supply of 230V at 60Hz. However, we all know that this supply of electrical power is consistently inconsistent in some areas. Continue reading Power Protection 101: Home Appliance (Philippines)