Wiring EMI Filters

Radio Static Reducer Rings

B-ACC-FERR-HR

PART #: 2 x A190


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Product Details

Sensitive: Electronic devices produce certain frequencies that may disturb other electronics that are sensitive to those frequencies. It doesn't matter if it's a household appliance or in an automotive application: Ferrite rings are a common way to curb these disturbances.

Hows it work? A ferrite core or bead can be added to an inductor to improve, in two ways, its ability to block unwanted high-frequency noise. First, the ferrite concentrates the magnetic field, increases inductance and therefore reactance, which impedes or filters the noise.

Designed: To be used on the output cord of any HID ballast or input wiring on an HID bulb, no matter OEM or aftermarket parts; If your radio is picking up static from your new HID system, these will help.

HR Tested: Here at Headlight Revolution, we spend a lot of time installing and testing the products you'll find for sale. We don't favor any particular brand, so our commitment to you is that we'll deliver the best product for your application, period. To see all of the compatible lighting upgrades for your vehicle, use the Buyer's Guide on our homepage! Be sure to check out the HR YouTube channel for hundreds of helpful install and review videos!

Product Specs

  • What's Included

  • RINGS: 2x Radio Static Reducers

  • WARRANTY: 5 Years

  • Compatibility

  • BALLASTS: All OEM/Aftermarket

  • WIRE HARNESSES: All OEM/Aftermarket

  • ACCESSORIES: HID and LED

  • GENERAL: Up to 1/4"" diameter

  • Tech Specs

  • OTHER NAMES: Ferrite Core, Ferrite Choke

  • USES: 12V Automotive

Product Reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars

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3 out of 5 stars

Not sure

anonymous  

Installed on led headlights to reduce radio interference. Unfortunately did nothing to correct it . Not sure if I need more or a different type.


4 out of 5 stars

Radio Static

anonymous  

The product helped with the problem but didn't eliminate all of static. Will try different combinations when the weather gets warmer.