I think my generators are locking up due to SC plasma interference. How did you fight with plasma interfering with the generators? I can not get filter cables yet. Plasma makes all generators stuck.

If noise is the issue, you need to make sure the filter coils on the cables are next to the generator, and put as much space as possible between the tube and the generator. Also, make sure the computer is as far away from the tube as possible.

In addition to using the shielded cables, and as stated, with the rings wired closest to the generator, it is best to lay out your setup similar to the following:

Plasma tube ------- SC -- Generator -- Computer.

This puts the tube furthest away from the generator and computer as possible.

If you have it stacked all in one spot, this will contribute to interference.

Also check that the white high voltage lines are not crossing or running across (even if 5 inches away) from other cables. Try to keep them isolated.

If you have other generators on the same computer, they could be sources of interference. If you have a poorly shielded computer, it could be the source. Even the wire from your mouse has to be considered.

First eliminate placement of wires, then work your way to the computer and plugged in accessories.

Interference usually gets in via the cables which act as antennas, so shielding the generator with foil will only cause the generator to build up heat and possibly fail if it exceeds the operating temperature limits.

Without using filters, the only remedy is distance. The distance between the plasma tube and the other cables is the remedy. Move the generators and the computer as far away from the plasma as possible and test it. If the gens still lock up, the system will need to be separated again to get enough space.

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