I can't change the wiring but I can add something to the circuit to filter out the interference somehow. What can be added to this circuit to prevent the video signal from being interfered with?
what is actually happening to cause the interference
can't change the wiring
Current flowing in a conductor when it has a fast rise time radiates radio frequency energy.
Can't I shield against it with a faraday cage of some sort?
I don't think the video camera is losing power. It seems that the signal is being corrupted temporarily.
QuoteI don't think the video camera is losing power. It seems that the signal is being corrupted temporarily.What is your power supply? If the motor starting current is high, it may cause the voltage to dip low until the motor comes up to speed.
If that was the case, the giant capacitor I tried to fix it with would've had some effect I would think.
Applying a charged capacitor to the circuit will also cause the same temporary interference. What does that mean?