EMC compatibility is the main issue behind radio or television interference. The ACMA requires that products meet set radiated limits and that TV cables and antennas are designed to insulate against levels below this standard. If your lights are EMC tested, like Brightgreen’s are, then the issue is with the antenna cable or the antenna itself. Try moving the antenna and light cables away from each other so they don’t run in the same direction. Either run them in opposite and parallel directions, or perfectly perpendicular.
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- What is the highest lumen output on your outdoor range?
- Do your track heads work with global tracks?
- Can any of the new brightgreen outdoor range be used for residential?
- What are the driver options with the outdoor range?
- What is the difference between the outdoor range "XIP" and "IP.LN"?
- How do I connect your strip lighting together?
- Are your suspension kits fixed or adjustable?
- What down lights can have 5K or 6K?
- Can I use H-Track suspension kit on a DALI track?
- Do I need to have a switch for your dimmers to operate?