Choke An inductive electrical component used to filter electromagnetic interference and lamp filament hum from electronics.
You can buy chokes at electronics stores to put on the power supplies for your computer and audio equipment, but should NEVER put them on the lines carrying the audio signal as they WILL squash the signal.
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Ah, yes: the choke.
I knew the function at the time I described it, but not the proper name for the component.
Thank's for fitting the description with the component.
Speaking of power supplies, I have just received the latest Cyberguys catalog, and on the reverse cover, I saw these improved Molex connectors. They allow you to disconnect your drives from power without banging up your knuckles, all with a mere squeeze of the tab. No more cursing, no more bloody knuckles, no more frustration. Just easy disconnections.
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