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Outback Inverter Radio Interference
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Vince McClellan
2013-02-19 19:30:26 UTC
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Hello Wrenches
I'm having an issue with a pair of Outback inverters producing
electromagnetic interference with the low band radios at a site we
installed recently. Other than a Faraday cage does anyone have any
methods of reducing the EMI from Outback inverters? I've been looking in
to ferrite cores but can't seem to find a source that lists what the
frequency is that is dissipated by the ferrite cores that I can find
online. I need the ferrite cores to be in the range of 250kHz to 2MHz.

Thanks,

Vince McClellan
Energy Design
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frank -bz products
2013-02-19 19:35:41 UTC
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Look into Amodon ferrite cores.
Post by Vince McClellan
Hello Wrenches
I'm having an issue with a pair of Outback inverters producing
electromagnetic interference with the low band radios at a site we
installed recently. Other than a Faraday cage does anyone have any
methods of reducing the EMI from Outback inverters? I've been looking
in to ferrite cores but can't seem to find a source that lists what
the frequency is that is dissipated by the ferrite cores that I can
find online. I need the ferrite cores to be in the range of 250kHz to
2MHz.
Thanks,
Vince McClellan
Energy Design
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Glenn Burt
2013-02-20 15:30:02 UTC
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Also Palomar Engineers:



http://palomar-engineers.com/ferrite-cores



-Glenn



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Look into Amodon ferrite cores.



On 2/19/2013 1:30 PM, Vince McClellan wrote:

Hello Wrenches
I'm having an issue with a pair of Outback inverters producing
electromagnetic interference with the low band radios at a site we installed
recently. Other than a Faraday cage does anyone have any methods of reducing
the EMI from Outback inverters? I've been looking in to ferrite cores but
can't seem to find a source that lists what the frequency is that is
dissipated by the ferrite cores that I can find online. I need the ferrite
cores to be in the range of 250kHz to 2MHz.

Thanks,

Vince McClellan
Energy Design





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Glenn Burt
2013-02-20 15:30:02 UTC
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Also Palomar Engineers:



http://palomar-engineers.com/ferrite-cores



-Glenn



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Look into Amodon ferrite cores.



On 2/19/2013 1:30 PM, Vince McClellan wrote:

Hello Wrenches
I'm having an issue with a pair of Outback inverters producing
electromagnetic interference with the low band radios at a site we installed
recently. Other than a Faraday cage does anyone have any methods of reducing
the EMI from Outback inverters? I've been looking in to ferrite cores but
can't seem to find a source that lists what the frequency is that is
dissipated by the ferrite cores that I can find online. I need the ferrite
cores to be in the range of 250kHz to 2MHz.

Thanks,

Vince McClellan
Energy Design





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Vince McClellan
2013-02-19 19:30:26 UTC
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Hello Wrenches
I'm having an issue with a pair of Outback inverters producing
electromagnetic interference with the low band radios at a site we
installed recently. Other than a Faraday cage does anyone have any
methods of reducing the EMI from Outback inverters? I've been looking in
to ferrite cores but can't seem to find a source that lists what the
frequency is that is dissipated by the ferrite cores that I can find
online. I need the ferrite cores to be in the range of 250kHz to 2MHz.

Thanks,

Vince McClellan
Energy Design
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frank -bz products
2013-02-19 19:35:41 UTC
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Look into Amodon ferrite cores.
Post by Vince McClellan
Hello Wrenches
I'm having an issue with a pair of Outback inverters producing
electromagnetic interference with the low band radios at a site we
installed recently. Other than a Faraday cage does anyone have any
methods of reducing the EMI from Outback inverters? I've been looking
in to ferrite cores but can't seem to find a source that lists what
the frequency is that is dissipated by the ferrite cores that I can
find online. I need the ferrite cores to be in the range of 250kHz to
2MHz.
Thanks,
Vince McClellan
Energy Design
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Frank Lewon
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8801 Gravois Rd.
St. Louis MO 63123 USA

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