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Old 11th April 2018, 07:07 AM   #21
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GB: Fo-Felix EMI Filter for AC mains 120/230v; By Folsom
Well, I'm giving full use estimates. Truthfully many people won't hit it, and doing so doesn't cause any problems aside from audibility if you get too much saturation. The saturation isn't constant, either.

I'll try not to be too overwhelming with it. I know from when I'm trying to get answers and get convoluted replies for things, it can get old.
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No worries.
It's just "once a year" at most *if* I decide to carry my 6 x 15" setup outside. Accounting for some losses and peripherals, I get to around 1kw total.

Better to calculate some headroom, If it's 1kw on peaks only and not constant, then everything should work well when built for 1kw constant load.
Most likely the total load will never be more than 150-250w max on transients.
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AC line filters should be placed as close to each hi-fi component's chassis as possible.
Attached to the compont's chassis is best but hard to do. One hi-fi component per filter.
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Kevin, you can certainly locate them within an a project's chassis if you wish!
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I'm down for 3...thanks!
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Kevin, you can certainly locate them within an a project's chassis if you wish!
That could be a good plan, near where the AC cord enters the chassis. The shorter the wires before the filter the better.
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I have a bajillion Bourns 8118 (9.3A 7.3mH) lying around from the original Felix. Can these be used instead of the 8120?
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