With the comments on LEDs I was reminded of the post I made a while ago. I
copied it and reposted it below. Most important, I tried a linear power
supply to replace the wall warts with no success. The lights only glowed
dimly, if at all.
The repost is below:::
After trying all the ideas presented here and from other sources I still had
not conquered the RFI from the 'wall wart' noise generators. After winding
wires both input (AC side) and output (DC to LEDS) around appropriate cores
I went searching on Jameco for constant current supplies. I found one that
had 1.1 amp output-enough to replace all three of the wall warts. I ordered
it figuring that even if it made noise the extra space I gained back by not
having the warts in the way (the new supply mounts under the cabinet like
the lights) I would still be ahead.
The final result is NO discernable noise on any band-especially 160 where
they wiped out my rcvr antennas completely. I post the model numbers and
manufacturers below in hopes it may save someone else some future hassle.
The wall warts are from MDL corp p/n 319-00047 led power supply direct plug
in 350ma constant current, 35VDC (the actual voltage measured around 28DC)
The replacement is a Meanwell LPC-35-1050 (9-30VDC @1.05 amp)
My wife is happy, the roll of tape in the kitchen is happy and most of all
stubborness and technology have once again been put into harmony.
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