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I am trying to block RF signals being made by a 12V DC motor on a kid's ride- on toy. The signals are being picked up by a hobby type metal detector that runs in the 13kHZ range. I read the response on wrapping the motor in copper roof flashing but can I make holes in it to allow the heat to escape or would copper screen (like house screen) be enough to block them?
Re: Thickness of copper and largest holes allowed when blocking 13kHZ RF signal
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