While perusing the offerings at the store today, I saw packs of two digital timers that occupy one outlet and two could be used on the same pair. Reading the label, I found a lengthy warning about the amount of RFI they generate. Not seeing this warning before, I decided against buying a set, as they must be real transmitters if they make such an admission. Just a heads up in case you might be considering such a purchase.
So....I guess if it's cheap enough, and there is a disclaimer.....China's exports don't have to worry about that silly 'ole FCC Part 15 requirements.....
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Compact florescent lamps are bad at generating RFI.I do use a few,but I'm not 100% sold on them.
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I have one of the new LED light bulbs and even it is noisy.
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I have cfl's in mort fixtures, but in the living room the lamp by the easy chair has an incandescent bulb to allow noise free radio. I have to switch off the cable tv equipment to listen also. It seems funny to remember just a few years ago how people were scared of any rfi or magnetic fields passing through their bodies.
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