TED XPF Offers
The TED In-Line Wired Noise Filter is a very useful component that can be used to isolate the MTU and
Gateway in your home/office.
For example, if you have found that a
circuit(s) has line-noise and is interfering with the TED-signal, this
filter will isolate the MTU and Gateway so that the signal is clear of
Installs in the breaker panel.
Locate the outlet you will have the Gateway plugged in. Determine which circuit breaker controls that particular outlet. Open the circuit breaker panel. Locate the breaker that controls the outlet in #1 above. Turn off, and remove the breaker from the panel. Remove the conductor (attached wire) from the breaker. Using a wire-nut, connect the BLACK wire of the filter with the
black wire of the MTU and the black conductor you just removed from the
circuit breaker. Connect the RED wire of the filter into the breaker. Connect the WHITE wire of the filter to the neutral bus. The red wire of the MTU is not used in this scenario, so cap it off with a wire-nut. Replace the breaker in the panel. Turn the breaker on.
NOTE: You will need to adjust the System Setting configuration for the
MTU (under SYSTEM LAYOUT tab) to reflect 120v (BK-WH) connection.
What's included with the TED XPF
In-Line Wired Noise Filter for TED5000
Setup and Troubleshooting Part: Inline and Wired Filters
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