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Great instructable! I was able to replicate this for my own application with great results. The only hiccup I am seeing is some sort of noise from the outlets I plug this into, basically the unit starts cycling on/off really fast at random periods. I have tried lots of different outlets and it will work as designed for awhile until it starts freaking out again. I have also tried using an AC noise filter with no effect. I was wondering how I could prevent this? Keep in mind this application is in an industrial setting.
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