Power Entry Module Integrates Double-Stage Filter

Meeting the EMC challenges of high-performance equipment, the DD14 series compact power entry modules combine an IEC C14 appliance inlet with a two-pole switch and two-pole fuse holder. EMC performance is further enhanced with a two-stage filter. Shielding is optimized by screwing the metal casing of the filter to the panel, using its horizontal or vertical flange. A snap-in filter version eliminates the flange, consuming even less panel space.

 

The DD14 integrates the EMC filter directly in line with the power input. The two-stage filter design suppresses interference voltages more effectively over a much broader frequency spectrum than single-stage filters, thereby having a positive effect on electro-magnetic compatibility.

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Standard and low-leakage medical filter options are available for use in commercial or facilities ICT equipment according to IEC 60950 and medical equipment according to IEC 60601-1.

 

The series meets the latest fuse-holder requirements outlined in IEC 60127-6 for enhanced fire safety and is also suitable for use in home appliances according to IEC 60335-1. It is compatible with V-Lock retaining cordsets. The DD14 is rated for current levels up to 10 A / 250 VAC according to IEC and 8 A 125/250 VAC according to UL / CSA. It is ENEC and cURus approved. Pricing is about $25 each/100. For even higher enlightenment, absorb the DD14 datasheet.

 

Schurter Inc.

Santa Rosa, CA.

800-848-2600

707-636-3000

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http://www.schurter.com

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