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Re: [TCML] protecting appliances

An easy solution is to use a surge protector with multiple outlets and an
on/off switch.  Just hit the switch when you want to run your coil and that
will kill everything thus protecting it.

On the primary side of your nst use, in order, a hash filter, varisters,
Corcom RF filter.  This will stop most of the power line garbage spikes.

Dr. Resonance

On Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 10:52 AM, <neal@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I recently had my daughter and a friend move back into the house, and her
> friend's big, flatscreen tv got me thinking about this. His room with the
> tv is
> in the basement, extremely close to my workshop. Is there any reasonable
> protection that I could/should use to protect his electrical items, such as
> computer, flat screen tv, etc? I'm thinking surge protector strip for his
> stuff
> (I also run my coil power supplies through a surge protector fwiw), but
> beyond
> unplugging everything, is there more I can do? Thanks everyone for your
> suggestions,
> Neal.
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