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The Filter Wizard Remastered

Ping! And the accuracy is gone

Kendall Castor-Perry
michaelmaloney
michaelmaloney
4/9/2019 9:30:31 PM
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What is the load
I guess it is important to take note of what the input is and how much to expect to work on. If it is a direct charge as opposed to a series of waves of charges, then the setup can be simpler. We wouldn't want to have a poor capacity to support what seems to be an overload of power to begin with.

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