At my place the voltage in winter is around 140-160V where normally it should be above 200V. Now I have an inverter at home. The inverter during power shut down turns to batteries and supply 230V of power. But when the mains are on (160V) the inverter gives the output of same 160V as the mains. Now I have a question. Can I connect a stabilizer on my inverter so that a continuous voltage of 230V can be supplied to my TV and PS3 and other speakers?
During mains on: Mains(160V) > inverter (160V) > stabilizer > 230V
During mains off: Mains(0V) > inverter (230V) > stabilizer (230V)
Will this work or damage the inverter? Inverter is around 850 VA or KVA something.
I'm from Srinagar, india