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Crossover networks - Inductor mounting [message #79962] Fri, 16 May 2014 06:19
gstarey66 is currently offline  gstarey66
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Hello all,

Below is a nice presentation on how inductors interact and how to avoid that.

Personally I use a large piece of pegboard to mount the crossover parts to with lots of "free" air between the components to avoid interaction. Pegboard is cheap and the holes are great for mounting parts and putting wires thru.

Anyway, good info on something you should be aware of if building a crossover network. See what you think.

http://www.troelsgravesen.dk/coils.htm

Regards,
Greg
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