SCHURTER FMAD NEO three-phase mains filter with neutral line
FMAD NEO is the name of SCHURTER’s latest single-stage filter family for three-phase systems with a neutral line. Compact with high performance, the filter series is suitable for use in today’s portable industrial machines, as it is designed to occupy less floor space in manufacturing plants. A wide temperature range extends its capabilities for use in many critical applications.
Three-phase control cabinets almost always have severe space constraints. SCHURTER addresses this problem with an almost cubed filter design that is said to be more compact than older generations, making optimum use of available space in the cabinet housing. Designed with high-quality components, the filter attenuation remains high relative to its more compact dimensions.
The filter family is also suitable for devices with high EMC loads. Typical areas of application include converters for photovoltaic systems, battery storage units or charging stations for electric vehicles. The high-performance filters are also useful for modern frequency inverters for motor control.
The filter series has screw terminals for safe wire terminations. A full metal flange is said to ensure a good earth ground connection upon screw mounting to the chassis. Six fixing holes are provided for the mounting itself, which allows both symmetrical and asymmetrical mounting.
The standard versions can be used over a wide temperature range from -40 to 100°C. The filters are designed for currents from 16 to 230 A at an ambient temperature of 50°C. They are ENEC and cURus approved and recommended for applications up to 520 VAC. The standard versions are designed for industrial applications with leakage currents <13 mA. Special versions for leakage-critical applications of <3 mA are also available.
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