Hi, theoretically speaking, would this be plugged in the same power strip before lets say hi-fi system that you wanted to eliminate a ground loop hum from? Lets say I was located in Europe, would I be using a 20uF capacitor even for a 220V outlet? Thanks!
Is it possible to make a filter and be an adapter as well? If so, can you make a video of this?
ok, so how do you know what frequency that you are filtering?
Stetzerizer Filter does protect electrical circuits from power surge only. You can buy similar “filters” just for $5 on ebay or aliexpress that is much less that assembling yourself.
I purchased this https://www.aliexpress.com/item/28KW-Digital-Home-Electricity-Power-Energy-Saver-Smart-LED-Electricity-Saving-Box-Electric-Save-Device-Up/32508125786.html to compare with Stetzerizer Filter.
Stetzerizer Filter’s capacitor is 20uF vs aliexpress’s 5uF. You can find filter with 20uF on aliexpress.
I see you have the Stetzerizer microsurge meter.. Do you know what is inside the “Stetzerizer Filter”, and/or Is your filter based off of there’s? Reason being, i want to know if this is as, or, more effective that the “Stetzerizer Filter” I built 2 of these filters yesterday. The only difference was i used a 22uf cap that i removed from an old LCD TV power supply. They worked very well, however, my readings are still about 900-1000 GS units.
but current(ampere) increases…..
Is the filter you had made is the same components that is in the Stetzer Filter?