EMI Filter


EMI filters are defined as Electro-Magnetic Interference Filters and the filters also known as RFI Filters or Radio-frequency Interference Filters. EMI is generated from the switching of electrical current and comes from a variety of electrical and electronic devices such as power supplies, motors, electronic controls, clock circuits, microprocessors, inverters, appliances, electronic devices, etc

Features:

  • Long service life
  • Three phase double stage design
  • Efficient performance
  • High performance filters

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Specifications:

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Transfer Function Low Pass

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Package Type Panel Mount

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Nominal Center Frequency 10K-30 MHZ

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Insertion Loss 60~90 dB

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Input Impedance 50 Ω

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Rated Voltage 380 V / 440 V

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Rated Current 1 A - 1000 A (As per customer requirement)

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Environmental Temperature 40°C

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Operating Temperature Range -40 to 100°C

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Operating Frequency 50/60 HZ

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Maximum Leakage Current 115 VAC / 60 HZ 1.4mA Max. 250 VAC / 60 HZ 2.5mA Max