I am not sure how well these work, but adding ferrite beads to both the 110 VAC line and the 24 VDC power supply cables of the 24 VDC power supply to filter out noise in the lines that can cause electrical glitches.
Step #1: Use a vernier caliper and measure the diameter of the 110 VAC power cable attached to the 24 VDC power supply. In our case, the 110 VAC power supply In our case, we measured the cable diameter to be 9.04mm
Step #2: Use a vernier caliper and measure the 24 VDC cable on the power supply. In the case of the 24 VDC power cable, we measured the cable diameter to be 6.7mm
Go to digikey, and search for ferrite cores cable and wiring, and look for snap-on ferrite beads. Get on bead for the 110 VAC cable, and another snap-on ferrite bead for the 24 VDC cable.
In this case order one https://www.digikey.ca/product-detail/en... for the 6.7mm OD 24 VDC cable, and
In this case order a https://www.digikey.ca/product-detail/en..., ferrite bead for the 110 VAC cable with OD 9.04mm.
Now snap the ferrite beads onto the correct cables. This should help filter out any electrical noise generated by the power supply that could potentially glitch the power supply.
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