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With over 75 years' experience to our name, Watford Control are the trusted world leader in AC voltage stabilisation, power conditioning and voltage management technology.

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Watford Control

Watford Control was first incorporated on the 5th of May 1947 by the company's founder Stephen Brod. Although originally named "S Brod & Company Limited" the company had it's origins in Kilburn North london. In 1961 the company moved North to Watford and was renamed Watford Control and then in 1988 the company moved again to Corby where it has been for the last 34 years.

Product Range

Watford Control have the largest range of voltage stabilisers on the market. From Solid state to electromagnetic, we have a solution to suit any application.

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Global Service

Our in-house experts have hands on experience in installing our product worldwide. Watford Control offer global shipping and 24 hour help and advice.

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PowerMap Online

Watford Control are excited to release a new offering in partnership with Rayleigh Instruments, PowerMap. PowerMap Online is a cloud-based energy management solution enabling remote monitoring and control of diverse meters and inputs, supporting customisable dashboards, automated billing, and historical usage tracking.

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PowerMap Online
PowerMap is a cloud-based energy management solution that allows remote monitoring and control of up to 4096 meters or other inputs, such as electricity, gas, water, heat meters, or temperature sensors.
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What are power conditioners?
Power Conditioners are used to keep voltage spikes and interference at harmless levels, whilst maintaining a stable voltage supply.
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The Benefits of a Voltage Stabiliser
A voltage stabiliser, also known as a voltage regulator, is a device used to maintain a constant voltage level for electrical or electronic equipment.
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