Passive harmonic filters for various power electronics

FN3415 is an addition to the ECOsine family of passive harmonic filters, for 60 Hz, 480 or 600 Vac applications.

08/02/2016


FN3415 is an addition to the ECOsine family of passive harmonic filters, for 60 Hz, 480 or 600 VAC applications. Courtesy: Schaffner EMCSchaffner EMC's FN3415 is an addition to the ECOsine family of passive harmonic filters, for 60 Hz, 480 or 600 Vac applications. Available in various NEMA enclosures, they can be installed and commissioned to limit the amplitude of the current harmonics. Schaffner passive harmonic filters are suited for various power electronics with front end six-pulse rectifiers including non-linear loads such as motor drives/VFDs, HVAC equipment, mission critical systems/data centers, water/wastewater processing equipment, as well as oil and gas drilling. NEMA 1 and NEMA 3R enclosures, wall-mounted or free-standing, are standard. All FN3415 models are UL and cUL listed.

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