Output filter for protection up to 690/600 Vac

The FN5060HV added to the output filter line protects AC motors up to 690/600 VAC from destructive effects of peak voltages and inrush amps.

11/07/2016


The FN5060HV added to the output filter line protects AC motors up to 690/600 VAC from destructive effects of peak voltages and inrush amps. Courtesy of: Schaffner USAThe FN5060HV added to the output filter line protects ac motors up to 690/600 Vac from destructive effects of peak voltages and inrush amps. The technology protects motors and adjacent equipment without capacitors or resistors and efficiently reduce high output dv/dt from IGBT motor drives while eliminating over-voltages caused by line reflections on motor cables. These filters are designed for loads up to 690 Vac, 30 to 1200 A, and motors up to 60 Hz. They also are designed for motor drives with short to medium cable lengths, applications with frequent braking, and applications where motors are running at high temperature. The filter has a compact, resistor-less design and maximizes efficiency by minimum power loss and low voltage drop.

Schaffner

www.schaffnerusa.com



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