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Choke Input Filter Design


choke input filter design
    filter design
  • Filter design is the process of designing a filter (in the sense in which the term is used in signal processing, statistics, and applied mathematics), often a linear shift-invariant filter, which satisfies a set of requirements, some of which are contradictory.
    choke
  • breathe with great difficulty, as when experiencing a strong emotion; "She choked with emotion when she spoke about her deceased husband"
  • A valve in the carburetor of a gasoline engine that is used to reduce the amount of air in the fuel mixture when the engine is started
  • A narrowed part of a shotgun bore, typically near the muzzle and serving to restrict the spread of the shot
  • a coil of low resistance and high inductance used in electrical circuits to pass direct current and attenuate alternating current
  • A knob that controls such a valve
  • a valve that controls the flow of air into the carburetor of a gasoline engine
    input
  • A contribution of work, information, or material
  • input signal: signal going into an electronic system
  • Energy supplied to a device or system; an electrical signal
  • What is put in, taken in, or operated on by any process or system
  • enter (data or a program) into a computer
  • remark: a statement that expresses a personal opinion or belief or adds information; "from time to time she contributed a personal comment on his account"
choke input filter design - Analog Filter
Analog Filter Design (Oxford Series in Electrical and Computer Engineering)
Analog Filter Design (Oxford Series in Electrical and Computer Engineering)
This classic was the first to fill the need for an undergraduate text in analog filters for electrical engineering. Intended for juniors and seniors with a background in introductory circuits, including Laplace transforms, the text focuses on inductorless filters in which the active element is the operational amplifier (op-amp). Passive LCR filters are excluded except as prototypes from which an active equivalent is then found. Students learn the importance of op-amps to analog systems, which Van Valkenburg equates with the significance of the microprocessor to digital systems. Because the book is inteded for undergraduates, sophisticated mathematics has been avoided wherever possible in favor of algebraic derivations. Design topics require at most a hand-held calculator.

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AUDIO POWER LINE ISOLATOR AND CONDITIONER
AUDIO POWER LINE ISOLATOR AND CONDITIONER
A good line conditioner is an electrical device which provides clean AC power to audio electronic equipments. It should provide complete electrical isolation as well as noise and spike attenuation. A power line conditioner never transforms a bad system into a good one, but can improve the sound by reducing or eliminating noise line contamination. The following design comes out from several hours of headphone listening: the best acoustically speaking design, which probably doesn't meet all the European directives and norm (CE/ EN/ EMC/ EMI/ LVD ..). Let start to analyse the circuit. On the input side, a transient voltage suppression circuitry based on fuses on each leg of the primary power side and metal-oxide varistors, provides a good surge protection. Following this, a well dimensioned filter with toroidal-common-mode choke (=2mH) and parallel common (=2.5 nF) plus differential (=100nF) mode capacitors reduce entering RFI and EMI noise without restricting current. Two cascade power inductors (=100uH) provide a good level of attentuation of the differential noise too. A passive power factor correction is provided by a capacitor (=2.35uF), empirically calculated for supplying the CD player and the amplifier with maximum efficiency (selected at minimum measured AC current through the transformers). This large capacitance provides strong suppression of differential mode noise too. In the middle two heavy back-to-back isolation transformers (500VA+150VA) reduce the common mode noise riding on the power lines and provides 200% isolation from the input AC line. Their non-concentric twin primary and secondary windings are wound on separate bobbins, providing maximum isolation and low interwinding capacitance. Their huge construction, which brings a total weight of about 17 Kg (or 37 pounds), allows them to work cool without restricting dynamics. On the output side two filter banks isolate the individual power outlets reducing mutual interference and any digital noise between the CD player and the headphone amplifier. Since among electronic devices noise is always created because the components all have slightly different potential to ground, a two state switch allows the user to choose one of the following ground design solution: 1) the output ground is tied to the secondary of the 1st transformer and the primary of the 2nd transformer establishing current paths for high frequency noise. This forms a new neutral in order to eliminate common mode noise. The leakage current is anyway weak just due to a lower stray capacitance. The output stages are ULTRA isolated from the power line. 2) the output ground is not hard connected (output mains are floating). There are no earth leakage currents and this circuit provides only a differential mode noise suppression mode. But it avoids any ground-loop-induced hum. The incoming main safety earth is tied to the secondary of the 1st transformer and the primary of the 2nd transformer establishing current paths for high frequency noise which will use this return path rather than some other higher impedance paths. This provides a strong common (?) mode noise suppression mode of the power line. BOTH SELECTIONS PRESERVE COMPLETE POWERLINE ISOLATIONS. Practically, the input phase, neutral and earth are NEVER connected to the output devices which are kept always completely isolated ! Each solution brings slight different audio performances, but on my experience solution #2 is the best compromise. Inserting this line conditioner in my headhone audio chain, the out coming sound is much cleaner and smoother as the amplifier is not amplifying spurious noises. The silence between signals is more apparent. Transients are cleaner and more relaxed. Listening fatigue is also reduced. At high frequency there is less harshness, as noise at mid-high audio frequency is suppressed as much as 20dB.
Win Analog 833 Power Amplifier WA833a
Win Analog 833 Power Amplifier WA833a
Pure Class A circuit is directly connected with transformers without a condenser and composes direct circuit to have a dynamic range. All the tube heaters filaments are rectified by Heat-sink type - diode and choke filter is DC ignited by a large volumetric condenser to reduce hum noise. Military grade Components, Highest quality capacitors, Oil capacitors, 1% Metal film resistors, 1% Heat-sink resistors, All Match Tubes. WBT RCA connectors are made by West Germany. The Edison Price Music Post, Red copper binding posts. Specially designed silver Transformer. 24 karat gold plated Tube Sockets are machined from Teflon and use gold plated round pin made of phosphor bronze as a contact which improves insulation performance to eliminate signal detererioration. All aluminum chassis panels are CNC milled, 0.375 inch thick. Input RCA 12BH7 MSRP $90000

choke input filter design
choke input filter design
Precision Design 58mm Variable NDX Neutral Density Filter
With this Precision Design 58mm Variable Neutral Density Filter, you can enjoy total control of virtually any lighting environment and reduce brightness without affecting color or depth of field. Simply turn this filter's exterior ring to access any of six ND settings without wasting time changing or adding filters.
Variable neutral density filters reduce intensity of all wavelengths or colors of light equally, resulting in no changes in hue or color rendition. The purpose of standard photographic neutral density filters is to allow the photographer greater flexibility to change the aperture, exposure time and/or blur of subject in different situations and atmospheric conditions. Instead of reducing the aperture to limit light, the photographer can add a ND filter to limit light, and can then set the shutter speed accordingly.
Key Features:
• Use larger aperture settings in bright light, permitting a shallow depth of field and beautiful background blur
• Will not effect the color or detail of a scene
• Eliminates overexposed & washed out images
• 6 filters in 1 - Variable range: ND2- ND1000

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