DIN rail-mountable, universally applicable EMC Filters for universal use

June 10, 2022
DIN rail-mountable, universally applicable EMC Filters for universal use

At Hannover Messe 2022, Phoenix Contact presented a new portfolio of single-phase line filters with and without overvoltage protection. The DIN rail-mountable, universally applicable EMC filters have IP20 protection. In addition to the filters for power supply systems, a filter with integrated surge protection is available for signaling systems.

The new EMC filters for power supply systems are available with push-in and screw connection technology. The filter for signal circuits is only available with the fast push-in connection technology. The new EMC filters of the FIL-1S product family are used to protect sensitive equipment from conducted, high-frequency interference. Additional PE clamping points improve the filter effect in the case of high-frequency interference between the active cores and the ground potential. In this way, an EMC-optimized installation and improved protection effect is also achieved with EMC filters in plastic housings.

With SFP2-1S EMC filters with integrated overvoltage protection circuitry are available. With SFP2-1S, the revised circuitry protects against overvoltages on both the input and output sides of the filter. The SFP2-1S EMC filters are available in an EMC-optimized metal housing.

Phoenix Contact, a global market leader and innovator in the field of electrical engineering, is headquartered in Germany. Phoenix Contact has five production sites in Germany and eleven abroad, with more than 55 sales subsidiaries and 40 representations. Its mission is to provide the best possible solution for your electrical engineering tasks. Phoenix Contact Middle East in the United Arab Emirates is an independent subsidiary with local management, sales, training, support, and logistics operations. Their reliable presence in the region brings Phoenix Contact's products and expertise into closer proximity to their clients and partners in the Middle East.

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