Popular EMI Filter Gets A New Outlook On Life

SCHURTER’s single-phase EMI-Filter, series FMBB NEO, has been redesigned with a housing made of nickel plated steel and completely enclosed to optimize contact with the equipment chassis. Additionally, the temperature range is extended to -40°C up to +100°C to meet MIL-STD.

 

The revamped filter family is available in three different designs: C, D and F. The designs are characterized by a high symmetrical and asymmetrical attenuation suitable for a variety of applications. For instance, Design C attenuates potentially strong conducted interferences, while Design D is designed to attenuate high frequency interferences. Design F is tailored for low frequency noise attenuation. All designs offer high insertion loss performance. The filter family is rated 1-36 A at 250 VAC, according to IEC, and 1 to 30A @ 125/250 Vac according to UL/CSA. Terminal variations include quick connect, bolts and nuts - style M4. Optional flexible wire leads are available on request.

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The compact FMBB NEO is viable for use in industrial applications such as frequency converters, stepper motors, UPS-systems, inverters, and current converters. Medical versions with leakage currents of < 80 µA (M80) respectively < 5µA (M5) are available. The series is ENEC and cURus approved, and is qualified for use in equipment according to IEC/UL standard 60950 and 60601-1

 

The prices for all versions including the new features remain unchanged. For greater illumination, an FMBB NEO datasheet awaits your eager eyes. For more info, call 800-848-2600 or email [email protected].

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