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VPT has launched an electromagnetic interference (EMI) filter module for distributed power systems, suitable for harsh environments such as severe vibration, shock and temperature cycling conditions.

The new VPTc10-28 EMI filter satisfies strict reliability requirements for commercial avionics and military systems in the US and Europe.

The EMI filter and transient suppressor combines two modules in one space-saving package.

This module reduces the reflected noise of DC-DC converters while protecting a power system from inrush current damage and reverse-polarity conditions.

Optimised for critical reliability, the EMI filters feature: up to 10A of output current; up to 150W of output power; a wide input voltage range; transient operation up to 80V per MIL-STD-704 and 100V per DEF STAN 61-5 Part 6 Issue 5 and MIL-STD-1275; transient operation of up to 202V per ISO 7637-2 and DEF STAN 61-5 Part 6, Issue 6; 45dB minimum attenuation at 500kHz; inrush current limiting; true reverse-polarity protection; a wide temperature range of -55C to +100C; and a six-sided metal enclosure.

The filters meet the conducted emissions requirements of DEF STAN 59-411 Part 3 Issue 1 and MIL-STD-461C/D/E/F when used with VPT Series DC-DC converters.

They also meet the conducted susceptibility requirements of DEF STAN 59-411 Part 3 Issue 1 for land applications, MIL-STD-461C, CS01 and CS02 and MIL-STD-461D/E/F when used with VPT Series DC-DC converters.

Testing is to JESD22, MIL-STD-810 and MIL-STD-883.

The new modules are priced from USD248 (GBP168) each in OEM quantities.

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