My guess is that the controller is a variable speed drive for the motor. That
type of controller is well known as a nasty noise source. I've talked a bit
about them in my RFI tutorial. It is worthy of your study. Much of the problem
can be made significantly better or worse by installation.
Jim Brown K9YC
On Sun, 9 Dec 2007 16:58:24 -0800, Rich Hallman -N7TR wrote:
>I have a Constant Pressure Well Pump Controller made by Franklin
>Electric Model SubDrive 150. I notice a lot of noise hash on the bands
>even when the pump runs...even with the unit just powered on I hear
>I was told that the Gould's BF30 is a much better unit by the Well
>Installers....But before I lay out another $1500 on a new controller, I
>wanted to see if anyone had experience with these controllers?
>ex KI3V, N3AMK, WB3JOV
>Telnet: dxc.n7tr.com N7TR DXCluster
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