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Choke, toroidal

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    derekleffew Resident Curmudgeon Senior Team Premium Member

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    An iron core, wrapped with copper wire (much like a transformer) used to lengthen the rise time on phase-control dimmers, and thus reduce filament sing and RFI interference.

    The picture below shows two chokes (the penny-colored donut-shaped things) in an ETC Sensor D20 dual 20A dimmer module.
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    http://designandtechtheatre.wordpres...dimmer-module/

    See also Choke, filter. The toroid (doughnut) is the most common but there are other shapes.
     

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