Skip to product information
1 of 3


AC 220V 10000W 80A Digital Control SCR Electronic Voltage Regulator 10-220V Speed Control Dimmer Thermostat + Digital Meter(6.8)

AC 220V 10000W 80A Digital Control SCR Electronic Voltage Regulator 10-220V Speed Control Dimmer Thermostat + Digital Meter(6.8)

Regular price Rs. 775
Regular price Rs. 1,099 Sale price Rs. 775
Sale Sold out 29% off Best Price Guaranteed
You save Rs. 324
Incl. GST (No Hidden Charges)
  • This voltage regulator is adjusted with a button that is much more stable than a potentiometer.
  • New two-way large power silicon controlled rectifier, with current up to 80A.
  • Adjustable output voltage scale of 0-100% (nonlinear) to power electric devices.
  • Large and thick heat sink for enhanced heat dissipation.
  • Adjustment button for stable voltage regulation, more stable than potentiometer.
  • Wave voltage absorbing circuit for effective protection of silicon controlled rectifier, leading to longer service life and increased durability.
  • Suitable for power supply of large electrical devices under 10000W, making it sufficient for household appliances or small factories.
  • It can be used as power supply for large electrical devices of less than 10000W.

AC 220V 10000W 80A Digital Control SCR Electronic Voltage Regulator

This voltage regulator has a new two-way large power silicon controlled rectifier and the current can be up to 80A, which is a good solution to the over-current of electric stove wire caused by low resistance during cooling.- This voltage regulator can easily adjust the output voltage. It could be widely used as heat controller on electric stoves, water heaters, light dimmer on lamps, speed controller on small motors, or temperature controller on the electric soldering iron, etc

Package Includes:

  • 1 x Voltage Regulator


maximum power 10000W
Voltage regulation 0-100%
Dimensions  11 x 9 x 5cms 
Weight  100 grams

Shipping & Returns

  • All orders confirmed before 3 pm IST are shipped on the
    same day, barring rare pickup delays on holidays or disturbances
  • Delivery time in Metro cities is 1-3 days, Others it is
    3-7 days. It varies based on location, reliant on courier services
  • Return window: 7 days from receipt unless stated
    otherwise. No refunds/replacements after
  • Returns only for non-working/damaged products are accepted
  • Initiate return requests to our customer service team via Support ticket or contact us at +91-8123057137
  • Refunds are processed within 3-4 working days post inspection and approval.

For more details, please check our Shipping and Return Policy

View full details

People Also Buy

Found a better price?

Let us know!
We'll try to match the price for you

  • ⚡ Dispatched within 24 hours

  • 💰 Earn RC Coins on every purchase

  • 🚚 Free shipping on orders above Rs 500/-

  • 🛠️ Dedicated Technical Support Team

1 of 4

1. How do I regulate my AC voltage?

There are various techniques available to regulate AC voltage. One approach is to utilize an AC switch, like a triac or a pair of SCRs connected in antiparallel. Alternatively, a step-down transformer can be employed to either decrease or increase the voltage slightly. A more effective solution is to utilize a variable voltage transformer, which can modify the voltage supplied to the primary winding. In case you need to control AC voltage through a microcontroller, an intermediary device can be utilized to close or open the circuit. Moreover, it is possible to construct a regulated AC power supply utilizing electronic components.

2. What are the different types of AC voltage regulator?

There are different types of AC voltage regulators. According to the sources, the two main types of voltage regulators are linear and switching. Linear regulators operate with low efficiency, while switching regulators operate with high efficiency. Linear voltage regulators can be further classified into series and shunt regulators, while switching voltage regulators can be classified into step-up, step-down, and inverter regulators. Other types of voltage regulators include servo, magnetic induction, static tap switching, and ferroresonant regulators. AC voltage regulators can be static circuits that accept a variable AC voltage input and produce a regulated AC voltage output.