Electronic Filters

Electronic Filters

Analog Modules target engineers and instructors.

RLC Divider Board was developed to implement passive filters and various R, L, and C networks, while Level Shifter Board is designed to interface I2C or SMBus signals between devices with different VDD voltages. Using OPA172 operational amplifier, OpAmp Board includes specific features that make it suitable for experimentation. Active Filter Board is suited for use as anti-aliasing filter for...

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Harmonic Filters include 600 and 690 V variants.
Electronic Filters

Harmonic Filters include 600 and 690 V variants.

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...

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Electronic Filters

Modular Passive Harmonic Filters come in high power versions.

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...

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Deploying Commercial Electronics in Rugged Environments
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Wall-Mounted Active Harmonic Filters incorporate PFC.
Electronic Filters

Wall-Mounted Active Harmonic Filters incorporate PFC.

Comprising 3- and 4-wire active (3 x 200 Vac to 3 x 480 Vac) harmonic filter modular systems, wall-mount Power Balance (PB-W) Series monitors current signal and compensates for unwanted elements of measured current. Scalable solutions, designed to meet IEEE-519, eliminate harmonic oscillations to improve power quality. Features include 21 µsec reactive power compensation, phase compensation...

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Active Harmonic Filter supplies up to 960 A correcting current.

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...

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Digital Active Harmonics Filters perform targeted PFC.

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 ½ ms. Filters are available in 3-phase/3-wire as well as 3-phase/4-wire...

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Filters/ADC Drivers suit I/Q demodulator channel filtering.

Broadband active filters/ADC driver amplifiers include LTC6603, LTC6601-1, LTC6605-7, LTC6605-10, and LTC6605-14. Model LTC6603 features dual matched programmable ninth-order switched capacitor linear-phase filter and ADC driver, where as LTC6601-1, is low noise 0.5% tolerance lowpass active filter and ADC driver with configurable bandwidth from 5-28 MHz. LTC6605-7/-10/-14, are second-order...

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Active Power Quality Filters are microprocessor controlled.

PQF series is designed for active harmonic filtering, load balancing, and reactive power compensation. Designed to solve harmonic and neutral current related problems, wall-mount PQFS range works equally with 3-phase, 3-wire or 3-phase, 4-wire systems. PQFM range, suited for active filtering of lower-capacity, 3-phase industrial loads, can comprise one master and up to 7 slave units. It is...

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Active Filter protects DC-DC converters to MIL-STD 1275A-D.

Suited for harsh electrical environments, 500 W Model DSF500 protects DC-DC converters from surges, spikes, and ripples found on electrical system of any military platform. Input voltage is 10-34 Vdc, while output voltage is tracked and clamped to below 36 Vdc. Measuring 2.28 x 2.28 x 65 in., unit also protects against over-current conditions. Should demand exceed 28 A, warning signal can be used...

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