- Mar 28, 2013
- New Mexico, USA
If only there were some way to shield vulnerable electronics from EMI. But that would probably cost a couple cents more, so forget that.
Resistive loads do not contribute to EMI as they don't alter the frequency of incoming power. Incandescent lighting is purely resistive. Just sayin'
And perhaps we should all go back to landlines because of, well you know what. (Making fun) Thanks for your input, really, night.hoodie.
Is it the LED itself or the electronics associated with the LED's causing RF?
No dog in this fight, but am wondering that there will be 120V systems in the smallest craft as well as the larger ships?
Also, were there no issues with fluorescent or CFL's, and only LED's now ?
This link popped up on the Google Chrome, main page news feed. Curious to hear from our members regarding this.
I was at a client's home recently, and he was talking to the cable guy about his Wi-Fi signal not being as strong as it should, even with a signal booster no more than 35-40 feet away from the area where he uses his laptop. The cable guy said that fluorescent lighting interferes with Wi-Fi signals, including CFL bulbs. I asked if LED bulbs would be better, and he said yes...