17 Jan 2018

Schaffner EMC single phase filters now with DC approval

Schaffner, the international leader in the fields of electromagnetic compatibility and power quality introduces a new series of single-phase filters. The new high-performance filters are an extension to the standard variants of the FN 2070 series and are designed to meet the highest performance demands for single phase filters.

Schaffner FN 2070 filters met the requirements of IEC60939-3 and UL1283 and are now certified for DC operation in addition to the existing AC (50Hz) certification. All models are compatible with the RoHS Directive.

The new parts were developed to fit the existing housing sizes for the convenience of existing users. Together with the recently introduced extensions to the FN 2010, FN 2030 and FN 2090 series, the FN 20XX family offers the most compact, highest performance chassis mount filters ever introduced by Schaffner.

The new FN 2070 filters are available ex-stock all over the world through the Schaffner global distribution and sales network.

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