Electromagnetic interference is perhaps the most common, yet no less dangerous threat to your electronic devices. By getting a DC noise filter, you're keeping this threat to a minimum. Purchase one of the AEPS ones to be on the safe side – their quality speaks for itself.
- Filters for AC and DC networks both
- Resistant to extreme heat, extreme cold, moisture and other climatic challenges
- Superb DC power supply noise reduction ensured by amorphous nanocrystal line cores
- Carefully tested for safety and high performance
- Abiding by internationally recognised standards.
Buying a power filter – the best thing to do in terms of protecting your equipment from electrical noise hazard. Do so here! Our filters will not disappoint.
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DC Noise Filters Are Often a Necessity
If you're operating a particularly sensitive equipment, or even if you're operating a relatively resilient equipment in less than optimal conditions, getting a filter is more a necessity than a luxury.
Even though the majority of electronic equipment does have some kind of filtering device built in already, adding an extra filter to be safe is far from a bad idea. Consider that the built-in filters are typically tested in laboratory settings which do not always translate well into real-life uses. Therefore, having an additional filter to fall back on will ensure your equipment stays functional at all times and abides by all the EMI regulations.
DC Line Noise Filters
If you're operating equipment in DC networks, then our JETDF model filters are made precisely for you. You can combine these with basically any off-shell devices there are, but if you hope to achieve the best effect, coupling them together with our DC/DC converters is advisable (though optional).
- JETDF series filters are designed to operate in 2.5 to 20 A nominal current range
- Operating temperature -60 to +130 °C
- Featuring overvoltage protection
In terms of insertion loss, our JETAF filters can offer the following:
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Besides DC Power Filters, You Can Find the AC Ones
Naturally, our offer of filter devices would not be complete if we omitted those designed for AC networks. If you run your equipment on alternating current, which is the standard current in commercial power supply, then the JETAF filter is what you need.
Suited for analog and digital equipment both, the JETAF models offer great protection against surges and other noises travelling along the power line. Their amorphous nanocrystal line cores ensure better filtering and better thermal management, making these devices a good fit for operating in arctic, desert and other environments with extreme temperatures.
- Designed for nominal current ranges 1 – 20 A
- Case operating temperature from -50 °C to +85 °C
- Protected from overvoltage by voltage suppression
And as we always suggest, try pairing these filters with our AC/DC power supplies for the greatest efficiency.
The majority of our AC filters (JETAF 1, 5, 10 and 20) are suited for single-phase AC systems and share the same insertion loss properties:
If you're using AC 3-phase networks, then the JETAF 15-400 filter type is what you need. The insertion loss of this type of filter is as follows:
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What Is the Surge Protector Filter Up Against?
There are many types of electromagnetic interference that can be categorised according to different criteria.
By origin, we can divide the noise into either man-made or natural. Man-made EMI can originate in other devices in the circuit or in the circuit itself (switching in switch-mode power supplies tends to be the usual culprit).
Natural EMI, on the other hand, results for example from bad weather (lightning strikes) or cosmic noise (solar flares). Noise can also be categorised by its duration (continuous or impulse) or its bandwidth (narrowband or broadband).
However, the most important distinction when talking about the noise filters is whether the interference is conducted or radiated.
Power line filters typically shield your device from noise travelling through the power lines – meaning from the conducted noise. Their protection capabilities against radiated noise coming from the outside are limited. Therefore, you should also pay attention to the right shielding for your equipment!
What To Keep in Mind When Selecting a DC Power Line Filter?
- Rated voltage, or the highest voltage handled by the input without risk of damage.
- Rated current – the highest amount of current handled by the filter in its operating temperature range.
- Filter operating temperature – as mentioned, our filters are capable of operating in the -60°C to +130°C range.
- Cooling method. Conductive or convective cooling – our devices can offer both options.
- MTBF, or Mean Time Between Failure. The MTBF of our DC filters is 400 000 hours!
- Safety standards. Our products abide by both IEC/EN 60950-1 and MIL-STD-810F standards.
You can consult the individual datasheet for each of our products for more detailed information. Also remember to take a look at the rest of our products!
Curious which choice of filter is the best for your application? Get in contact with us and we will offer you our advice!