I regulary have som problems with what i think is EMI issues.
I have a garage connected to a single circuit breaker with ground fault detection.
I have build a enclosure that have outlets to shapeoko, LED lights and Spindle on the inside. On the outside there are a outlet for vacume and switches to controll all of the outlets.
This is connected to one of my outlets in the garage throgh a powercon-connector.
The problem is if i try to run the vacum(or compressor) or starts or stops the spindle when connected to the outlets of the enclosure, I get disconects in carbide motion.
If i run the equippment from another outlet in the garage (retractable extension cord) i dont have the same problems. Drawback with this sollution is that i have to run with the enclosure doors open.
And now for the real question:
I was browsing around the other day and found this site for LED-Transformators(sorry it is in norwegian): https://ledlyskilder.no/transformator/2920-emi-filter-stoyfilter-10a-230v.html?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI552QyorX6wIVBbd3Ch0pNQdHEAQYBCABEgJCfPD_BwE
And was wandering if this might be a viable sollution. I did google the product name and found out that this comes in different sizes and shapes and from different vendors. Would this device be suitable to suppress noise from the spindle,vacum,compressor and other noisy equippment and if so wich rating should the EMI filter be?
Edit: Would it stop EMI from entering the connected equipment or leaving or maybe both?