Press Release Summary:
Housed in 16-pin DFN package, 8-line, low-pass filter array, Model EM8D-100L features integrated TVS diodes, and is designed to suppress unwanted EMI/RFI signals and provide ESD protection for high-speed data interfaces. With desired cutoff frequency of 150 MHz, unit provides EMI/RFI attenuation better than 25dB in 800 MHz to 3GHz bandwidth, blocking RF noises from GSM, DCS, or Bluetooth. In standby mode, integrated TVS filter has low leakage current less than 100 ÂµA.
Original Press Release:
ProTek Devices Introduces EMI Filter/ESD Protection Device for Portable Electronics
TEMPE, Ariz., August 11, 2005 ProTek Devices has introduced the EM8D-100L, a 16-pin DFN package, 8-line low pass filter array with integrated TVS diodes. The EM8D-100L is designed to suppress unwanted EMI/RFI signals and provide ESD protection for high-speed data interfaces such as color LCD displays, camera imagers in mobile phones and PDAs.
With a desired cutoff frequency of 150MHz, the EM8D-100L provides good EMI/RFI attenuation, which is better than 25dB in the 800MHz - 3GHz bandwidth. This blocks the RF noises from GSM, DCS, or Bluetooth, which affect the baseband chipset and other blocks. Coupled the integrated TVS diodes, the EM8D-100L meets the immunity test standard IEC 61000-4-2 at all levels, providing excellent ESD protection.
In the standby mode, the integrated TVS filter has a very low leakage current (less than 100µA) an essential feature for battery powered handheld devices. In addition, the low profile durable 16-pin DFN package is useful in many applications.
The EM8D-100L is now available for sample quantities on tape and reel. Pricing is $0.56 each in 12,000 piece quantities. For technical information, contact email@example.com, Phone: 602-431-8101, Fax: 602-431-2288.
About ProTek Devices
ProTek Devices, based in Tempe, Arizona USA, is a manufacturer of Transient Voltage Suppression (TVS) products designed specifically for the protection of electronic systems from the effects of lightning, Electrostatic Discharge (ESD), Nuclear Electromagnetic Pulse (NEMP), inductive switching and EMI/RFI. With over 25 years of engineering and manufacturing experience, ProTek designs TVS devices that provide application specific protection solutions for all electronic equipment/systems.
For more information, contact: ProTek Devices, 2929 S. Fair Lane, Tempe, Arizona, 85282, USA. Tel: (602) 431-8101, Fax: (602) 431-2288; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Worldwide Web: www.protekdevices.com.