Schaffner introduce EMC filter series for robotics

Schaffner announces the availability of the new FN2500 and FN2640 EMC filter series for robotics and datacentres. The new filters have been developed to meet the specific needs of these two important and growing markets.

Many applications, including robotics, datacentres and autonomous machines require power supplies to be mounted in 19” rack cabinets. To accommodate this and provide systems builders with seamless integration Schaffner has packaged the FN2500 / FN2640 EMC filter series in a space saving 1U rack-mount design.

The new FN2500 and FN2640 EMC filters are available with a range of connection options. These include IEC C14 (10-15A) or IEC C20 (16-20A) input connectors for direct mains connection and with a range of output connectors. For internal assembly connection options available on input and output include push-on terminals, cable glands, screw terminals or spring terminals.

Key standard features include input voltage 250 VAC at DC to 60 Hz, output current 10 to 20 A at 40°C, MTBF better than 300,000 hours and operating temperature range -40°C to +100°C (with derating >40°C).

The new FN2500 and FN2640 EMC filters meet the requirements of IEC 62368-1 – Audio/Video, Information and Communication Technology and equipment and IEC/EN 60335-1 – Household and similar appliances, Climatic Category 40/10 0/21 to IEC60068-1, Certified to UL 60939-3, IEC/EN 60939-3, GB/T 15287 and Protection category IP00 / IP20 for -103 terminals.

Schaffner Ltd

Ashville Way
Molly Millar's Lane
Wokingham
RG41 2PL
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)118 9770070

uksales@schaffner.com

www.schaffner.com

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