Siemens V-START EV-1200S V-Stabilizer to Hit $7,999—and Up—on Amazon
Siemens is launching a voltage stabilizing power supply called V-stabilizer, which it says will bring up to a 30 percent improvement in the voltage of its voltage-sensing EV1200s.
This is good news for users who want to boost their power supplies by up to 30 percent and/or up to 200 percent.
You can see the specifications for the V-stick below.
The new V-stand is priced at $7999 and up, while the standard V-station is priced between $5999 and $9999.
Both units are also compatible with the Samsung EV-11 and EV-12 power supplies.
The V-Stand will be compatible with all Samsung EV1200 and EV1200E power supplies, including the new Samsung EV11, EV12, and EV15.
The standard VST-S10 is also compatible, as is the EV15S.
In addition to its performance improvements, the VST stands is also available with a number of other features.
The unit can detect when the power supply is over 80 percent of its rated capacity and automatically switch to standby mode to avoid spikes in voltage.
It can also automatically shut down when the voltage drops below the preset voltage, which should prevent overheating of the system.
The standard V ST-S20 will also be compatible, and can detect whether the power supplies are over 80% of their rated capacity, shut down the power when it falls below its target voltage, and automatically shut off when the target voltage reaches the lower preset.
The power supplies also come with an optional charging cable that will allow users to charge their devices from a standard USB port.
This cable comes in a different size than the standard USB cable that’s normally used for charging devices, and is compatible with most Android devices.
Siemens has been testing the V Stabilizer since last September, and it is now available on Amazon.
The VST Stabilization will launch with a suggested retail price of $7199.
There are currently no details on when this unit will become available for purchase.