Digital voltage stabilisers can help your smartphone or computer withstand shocks, including high voltage surges.
However, there are some risks to creating your own.
Now, a new online tutorial from the Australian Institute of Technology (AIT) looks into the best way to avoid these risks.
Digital voltage-stabilising equipment has long been used in electronic devices.
But in recent years, it’s become increasingly popular for applications such as medical equipment, automotive safety systems, and even a new generation of digital clocks, which have long required a high-voltage signal.
Here’s how to create your own DIY voltage-stable voltage-saver.
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