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Electronic Components & Devices -> Signal Conditioners -> Harmonic Rejection Signal Conditioners

Harmonic Rejection Signal Conditioners

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High-Current Harmonic Filters help meet IEEE-519 requirements.

MTE Corp.    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 9013
Jul 22, 2014 Operating at over 99% efficiency, Matrix AP 1,600, 2,000, and 2,300 A passive harmonic filters help improve power quality by providing harmonic mitigation. Adaptive Passive technology enables filters to adapt impedance in response to changing electrical loads. These UL- and cUL-Listed products, available in open panel design, have operating range of -40 to +50°C.

Harmonic Filters include 600 and 690 V variants.

Harmonic Filters include 600 and 690 V variants.

MTE Corp.    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 9013
May 29, 2014 Operating at over 99% efficiency, Matrix® AP harmonic filters include 600 V, 60 Hz and 690 V, 50 Hz models that help designs meet IEEE-519 requirements for harmonic distortion regardless of power load. These UL and cUL Listed products employ Adaptive Passive technology and adapt impedance in response to changing electrical loads. Available with 6–786 A ratings, filters operate from -40 to 50°C and have open panel design; 600 V model also comes in NEMA 1/2 and 3R configurations.

Active Harmonic Filters are optimized for operational efficacy.

Mesta Electronics, Inc.    North Huntingdon, PA 15642
May 21, 2014 With magnetics design that lends to compact dimensions and operational efficiency, second generation DPM Active Harmonic Filters suit standalone and MCC applications. Operating efficiency, rated at 98%, helps reduce required cooling and promotes system reliability by creating minimal heat losses during run time. Available in various sizes, filters provide 50–300 A of corrective current in NEMA-1 and panel mounts for MCC applications.

Modular Passive Harmonic Filters come in high power versions.

Schaffner EMC, Inc.    Edison, NJ 08837
Jan 22, 2014 Available as open frame modules, ECOsine® filters enable high-power AC or DC motor drives to be upgraded to low harmonic drive. Chokes module is designed for placement at bottom of cabinet, while capacitor and RC-damper modules can be placed wherever space is available. While FN3410 filters for 380–500 V, 50 Hz grids are available with standard ratings from 200–400 kW, FN3412 filters for 380–480 V, 60 Hz grids are available for power ratings from 300–500 hp.

Passive Universal Harmonic Filter outperforms active filter.

Passive Universal Harmonic Filter outperforms active filter.

Mirus International Inc.    Mississauga, ON L5T2K6
Dec 18, 2013 Matching performance of Active Front Ends (AFEs) or Active Harmonic Filters (AHFs), LINEATOR High Performance (HP) creates efficiency gains of at least 2% and is free of high-frequency harmonics and noise issues associated with inverters used in active solutions. This passive harmonic filter does not inject higher frequency voltage distortion (frequencies above 50th up to 100th harmonic) or higher EMI common-mode voltages and ground currents into electrical supply system.

Harmonic Filter achieves 5% THD at low loads.

TCI (Trans Coil, Inc.)    Milwaukee, WI 53224
Dec 10, 2013 When applied at variable frequency drive, HarmonicGuard® Passive Harmonic Filter provides low impedance path for major harmonic currents demanded by drive. Unit offers short circuit current rating of 100 kA and can be configured to operate in environments with background voltage distortion as high as 5%. Filter features hinged access door, generator compatibility, and fused branch circuit to protect capacitors.

Active Harmonic Filters target 690 V systems.

Active Harmonic Filters target 690 V systems.

Schaffner EMC, Inc.    Edison, NJ 08837
Sep 06, 2013 Available for 3-phase TN and IT 500–690 V power grids, ECOsine® Active FN 3420-200-690-3 Harmonic Filters provide up to 200 A of corrective current, compensating harmonics, phase shift, and load-unbalance simultaneously. If more is needed, up to 10 units can be paralleled at same set of current transformers. Housed in IP54-rated cabinets, filters are suited for 3-phase networks used in heavy industry, chemical industry, and mining or oil exploration.

Hamonic Filters optimize measurement accuracy.

Rohde & Schwarz GmbH & Co      Germany
Nov 20, 2012 Available for RS SMB100A microwave signal generator, Harmonic Filters make it possible to achieve harmonic suppression of more than -50 dBc over frequency range of 150 MHz to 40 GHz. At frequencies below 3 GHz, it is possible to achieve -58 dBc. Filter options include R&S SMB-B25 for 20 GHz model and R&S SMB-B26 for 40 GHz model. In measurements with wideband receivers, filters prevent harmonics of wanted signal from entering receive band and affecting measurement.

Harmonic Filters are available for 3-phase, 200 V power grids.

Schaffner EMC, Inc.    Edison, NJ 08837
Sep 14, 2012 ECOsine™ Active products provide system with opposing corrective current immediately, simultaneously compensating harmonics, phase shift, and load-unbalance. Filters dynamically adapt to changing grid and load situations for optimal compensation performance. While FN3420 series with 50 or 100 A of compensation current is designed for 3-wire systems, FN3430 in 4-wire technology can be used for networks with separate neutral conductor (30 and 60 A).

Harmonic Filters adapt impedance in response to changing loads.

MTE Corp.    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 9013
Aug 23, 2012 In addition to 83-1,200 A models, Matrix AP Series includes 6-66 A units. All 6-103 A models utilize single 3-phase capacitor. Available on all 6-1,200 A filters, Capacitor Contactor Option 002 disconnects capacitor bank, essentially eliminating leading power factor under light or no-load conditions. Offered in open panel, NEMA 1/2, and NEMA 3R models, UL/cUL listed passive filters help extend service life cycle of electrical equipment.

Harmonic Neutralizers create 24- or 48-pulse waveforms.

Magna-Power Electronics    Flemington, NJ 08822
Jun 07, 2012 Designed as companion products to switched mode DC power supplies, Model HN500-24 produces 24-pulse waveforms for 500 kW systems containing two 250 kW MT Series modules, while Model HN1000-48 produces 48-pulse waveforms for 1,000 kW systems containing four 250 kW MT Series modules. Units help maintain power quality at acceptable levels, and eliminate families of harmonic components by multiplying number of input phases with specially wound magnetic components.

Harmonic Filter utilizes adaptive passive technology.

MTE Corp.    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 9013
Mar 30, 2012 Matrix® AP Harmonic Filter provides harmonic mitigation for improved power quality and energy efficiency. With standalone efficiency exceeding 99% throughout load range, product adapts its impedance in response to changing loads. Design minimizes capacitor use and eliminates need for resistors, consequently lowering heat generation and negating need for fan. Filters come in open panel and NEMA 1/2/3R versions and are UL/cULS listed.

Active Harmonic Filter supplies up to 960 A correcting current.

MTE Corp.    Menomonee Falls, WI 53051 9013
May 24, 2011 Supplied in wall mount configuration, 480 V Matrix PureSine® Active Harmonic Filter is used for coordinated variable load PFC, phase imbalance, and harmonic mitigation. Modular unit operates up to 51st harmonic with up to 12 harmonic orders selected individually. Supporting parallel operation, device features full-time DSP control system, shunt connection to facilitate maintenance, and LCD control panel with both English and Spanish text.

Digital Active Harmonics Filters perform targeted PFC.

Schaffner EMC, Inc.    Edison, NJ 08837
Apr 17, 2009 In addition to providing real-time mitigation of harmonic currents up to 50th order, ECOsine Active Filters immediately compensate for voltage dips and reactive power surges. Units continuously measure and analyze disturbances in power network and provide exactly opposite compensation current, responding in less than ˝ ms. Filters are available in 3-phase/3-wire as well as 3-phase/4-wire configurations for 480 and 400 V grids, respectively, and with rated compensation currents from 30-300 A.

Power Quality Filters help calm harmonic waves.

Schaffner EMC, Inc.    Edison, NJ 08837
Jul 22, 2008 ECOsine(TM) load-applied passive harmonic filters are suited for 3-phase power electronics with 6-pulse rectifier front ends. With total harmonic current distortion of under 5%, products guarantee compliance with IEEE 519 and other international power quality standards. Two ranges are available, one for 380-500 V, 50 Hz grids (FN 3410 series) and one for 440-480 V, 60 Hz systems (FN 3412 series). Plug-and-play concept facilitates installation, wiring, and commissioning.

Active Harmonic Filters dynamically correct harmonic orders.

Active Harmonic Filters dynamically correct harmonic orders.

Staco Energy Products Co.    Dayton, OH 45403 1314
May 22, 2008 Using power electronics, StacoSine® Filters monitor non-linear load and dynamically correct every harmonic order from 2nd to 31st. Through injection and cancellation process, sine wave is restored and distortion is reduced to less than 5% THD, meeting IEEE 519 standards. Models are available for 208-480 Vac, 3-phase installations with adaptive system frequency of 45/65 Hz, and 120/240 Vac control power. Rated from 25-200 A, units come in wall mount or freestanding NEMA 1 enclosures.

Active Harmonic Filter  solves power quality issues.

Active Harmonic Filter solves power quality issues.

Schneider Electric    Palatine, IL 60067-7399
Jan 17, 2008 Square D® AccuSine® PCS Active Harmonic Filter (AHF) injects harmonic current to cancel harmonic current in the electrical distribution system to reduce harmonic level results. Including Telemecanique® Magelis® XBT-G 3.8 in. graphical touchscreen terminal and compact HMI terminal, configurable filter is available in 50, 100, and 300 A ratings with UL, CSA, CE and ABS certifications.

Low-Jitter Sync Separator works with several video formats.

National Semiconductor Corp.    Santa Clara, CA 95051-0695
May 11, 2006 Available in TSSOP-14 package, LMH1981 multi-format video synchronization separator performs all necessary sync separation to generate low-jitter horizontal and vertical sync signals for NTSC, PAL, SECAM, standard-, and high-definition (HD) video formats. It features timing outputs needed for any video system and accepts bi- and tri-level sync video inputs. Unit also features 50% slicing for separation of signals that vary in amplitude, offset, and noise.

Harmonic Filter Packages address IEEE 519-1992 guidelines.

Harmonic Filter Packages address IEEE 519-1992 guidelines.

Danfoss VLT Drives    Loves Park, IL 61111
Aug 17, 2005 Advanced Harmonic Solutions packages combine VLT® Series variable frequency drives with AHF Series filters. To reduce total harmonic current distortion (THiD) to less than 5%, AHS 005 package matches VLT Series drive with AHF 005 unit. Filters also suppress total harmonic voltage distortion. Also available, AHS 010 package reduces THiD to less than 10%. AHF Series housings integrate into existing panel space and require no balancing or routine maintenance.

Harmonic Filters attenuate harmonic distortion.

TCI (Trans Coil, Inc.)    Milwaukee, WI 53224
Jun 01, 2005 HarmonicGuard® Series HG7 Drive-Applied Harmonic Filters limit harmonic distortion at input terminals to levels between 5 and 7% TDD (typ) and consistently hold TDD levels at full and half loads. Product, offered in multiple package options, contains capacitors rated for harmonic duty and fits into motor control centers. Use of reactor technology eliminates nuisance tripping. With HG7, voltage drop on dc bus of variable frequency drive is under 2%.

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