# Is this filter response normal ?

#### BobaMosfet

Joined Jul 1, 2009
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TP- I guess the question I have is- what are you trying to accomplish? A pure/clean 60Hz signal?

#### Danko

Joined Nov 22, 2017
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Check part values.

EDIT:
C3 = 2 capacitors 68n in parallel.
R1 = 2 resistors 39k in parallel.

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#### AlexLPD

Joined Aug 22, 2010
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TP- I guess the question I have is- what are you trying to accomplish? A pure/clean 60Hz signal?
I'm trying to block all the 60hz signal.
The main idea is to "Inject" a signal for each one of the 3phases. So I can distinguish the A B and C.

The first part of the problem is to block all 60hz signal.

This was the main idea on the OP.
Thanks for the insigths.
-Alex.

#### Danko

Joined Nov 22, 2017
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Transformer Tr1 is here because of AAC rule (see
Transformer Tr2 has about 20 mm outer diameter ferrite core.
Resistor R2 - for simulation only.

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#### AlexLPD

Joined Aug 22, 2010
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All rigth... So, mind me some questions.
The first transformer is an isolation As is 1:1. Sorry I can't find the AAC rules.
The cond transformer is made with a ferrite core ring about 20mm in diameter. At 1mH it seems doable, let me search in the junk box, or the scrap to see If I can find some ferrite cores.
-Alex

#### Danko

Joined Nov 22, 2017
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The main idea is to "Inject" a signal for each one of the 3phases. So I can distinguish the A B and C.
You can not isolate signal in one phase, because of capacitance between phases and low inner resistance of consumer devices on 3-phase line. It will spread over all phases.

#### AlexLPD

Joined Aug 22, 2010
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You can not isolate signal in one phase, because of capacitance between phases and low inner resistance of consumer devices on 3-phase line. It will spread over all phases.
I think the meter I saw uses a two filters to spot the spreading.
One to gnd of the ac circuit, and one from the neutral line. Thus I believe make the effect of open the circuit in this areas..

#### DickCappels

Joined Aug 21, 2008
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If you scroll all the way down to the very bottom of the page the black border, on the very last line is a series of links: Privacy Policy - Terms of Service - User Agreement

To broadly summarize the User Agreement as it relates to this thread, it says that transformerless power supplies are not allowed (and this is not one of those) and don't do anything else dangerous or that will be the end of the discussion. Everybody on this site has agreed to the Terms of Service which includes the User Agreement. Members on this thread are working to help keep you safe as well as help you find the solutions you seek.

-end of digression

#### AlexLPD

Joined Aug 22, 2010
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Thanks for the insight Mr. Cappels.
Will take in to account and read the rules of the site.
-Alex.

#### djsfantasi

Joined Apr 11, 2010
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