I have exterior landscape- lighting that works off a transformer that has multiple switch mode power supplies. It is located outside up against the back of my house. I am concerned this is creating dirty electricity. I measured outlets near this transformer with my alpha labs line meter reader. The levels in most areas in my house are 100 or below but this area is around 200 to 220.
I already have two sets of the DNA RX moderate to high filter. One set at each of my circuit boards.
A consultant recommended I get another DNA filter to mitigate at the site of the transformer. I am willing to do this but the transformer is outside and these filter are not to be outside. I also have a similar transformer in the garage that I can plug a DNA RX filter into.
Is there another mitigation option that can be used outside? Should I plug it indoors near the transformer or should I plug it in and try to connect it directly to the specific circuit at the circuit board?
What are you thoughts? Suggestions?
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