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Turn Down the Noise
« on: March 10, 2015, 09:45:31 PM »
Running single lipo in your FPV system, This might help...

This compact, lightweight power supply filter helps clean up dirty DC current that often causes lines in wireless video images. The filter is an LC type that uses large value inductor and capacitor components. Their values are robust enough to remove moderate amounts of power supply noise.

The filter reduces DC-DC switcher supply ripple and helps clean noisy power from a shared battery. For example, if your robot or R/C model's 12V motor battery also powers the video camera and A/V transmitter, then this LC filter can help reduce the video "noise" that may appear when the motor is running.

Note: Installations with severe power supply noise may not be fully cured with this filter. In such cases a shared battery should be avoided.

L-C Filter circuit reduces DC supply noise
Built-in Reverse Polarity protection
Supports up to 14 VDC at 0.7 Amp (maximum)
Small size

Type: low-pass power ripple filter
Modes: single mode
Voltage drop over filter: 369mV at 700mA
Capacitor: KEMET
Impedance/ESR: 700 mOhm at 100kHz/16V
Ripple current: 463mA rms
DC Resistance: 0.527 Ohm/path
Dimensions: 27x9.3x4.2
Weight: 1.4g 


PRODUCT ID: 9171000573-0

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