|Min. Order:||2 Piece/Pieces|
|Delivery Time:||7 Days|
Rated Voltage: 110/250VAC
Operating Frequency: 50/60Hz
Rated Current: 0.5~300A@40℃
Test Voltage: 1760VDC, 3S(line-line); 2000VAC, 3S(line-ground)
Climatic Category(IEC 60068-1): 25/085/21(-25℃ /+85℃ Damp Heat Test For 21 Days)
Productivity: 500,000pcs annually
Place of Origin: Jinan
Certificate: ISO9001, CE, UL, TUV, RoHS
HS Code: 8548900001
Single Phase EMI RFI Filter EMC Solutions
A Single Phase EMI RFI Filter has a high reactive component to its impedance.
That means the filter looks like a much higher resistance to higher frequency signals.
This high impedances attenuates or reduced the strength of these signals so they will have less of an effect on other devices.
The features and benefits of the Single Phase EMI RFI Filter EMC Solutions:
High voltage versions above 380VAC are also available.
1. Storage of EMI Filters: The RFI filters mustn't be left out in the heat of the sun or exposed to the rain, it should be stored in warehouse with good ventilation, surrounding temperature between -30℃ and +65℃ , the highest relative air humidity lower than 90%, and no corrosive liquid or gas.
2. Installation of EMI Filters:
Power line filters should be installed at power input, and the line inside the chassis be as short as possible to reduce radiated interference.
Both input and output lines of EMI filters neither be intersected nor be tied up by string.
Make sure the mounting flange fully grounded, and keep the ground cable as short as possible if filters are connected to other equipment.
If the terminal is stud, please use two spanners to fasten the screw nut when connecting to avoid stud rotating and thus causing changes to the internal circuit and consequently leading to filters arcing, short circuit, broken down or the filtering effect worsened.
First use spanner1 to fix the screw nut near the metal case, then use spanner2 to tighten the screw nut in front( shown as Figure1), otherwise the terminals may be damaged.
Apply the same for the connection of other phases.