Finally, a simple solution for gigahertz applications
Series 5150 – The first of its kind filtered IEC inlet performs at high frequencies up to 1 GHz and beyond, using X2Y® technology
Until now, X2Y® filter technology is known only for EMI protection in DC circuits. With the introduction of the Schurter 5150 series, the application of X2Y® is now extended to the area of AC power input. The technology is applied in place of X and Y capacitors, typically used in line filters today. It combines the X and Y capacitors into one component, thereby eliminating the leads connecting the capacitors and reducing parasitic impedances to a minimum. This results in broadband suppression into high frequency ranges.
The component is equipped with a C14 IEC connector. The double shielding between the X2Y® filter and filter casing, together with the broad metal flange can serve as an alternative for feed-through and multistage filters. Application examples include equipment for measurement engineering, data encryption, medical engineering, IT and telecommunications.
The compact package is designed for front- or rear-side mounting and meets rated currents requirements of up to 10A / 15A. For medical applications, SCHURTER has a version with reduced leakage current. The series has ENEC and cURus approvals and is suitable for use in office and medical applications in accordance with IEC/EN 60950 and/or 60601-1.
- AC inlet IEC C14 with high frequency filter up to 1 GHz based on X2Y® technology
- double shielding to ensure best filter performance
- standard, medical and industrial filter version
- ECO design
- ENEC & cURus approvals for 10 A / 15 A at 250 VAC
Direct link to product information:http://www.schurter.com/5150_en
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