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Next-generation EMI filters for aerospace and defense applications introduced by Crane

Posted by John Keller

REDMOND, Wash., 30 June 2013. The Power Solutions segment of Crane Aerospace & Electronics in Redmond, Wash., is introducing the FMCE series next-generation Interpoint EMI filters as drop-in replacements for Interpoint legacy filters.

These power electronics devices are for avionics, ATA Chapter 24 power systems, communications, electronic countermeasures, missiles, radar, navigation, guidance, and utility systems in military, space, and commercial aviation applications.

The FMCE-1528 15 amp replaces FME28-461, FMCE-0828 8 amp replaces FMD28-461 7 amp, FMCE-0528 5 amp replaces FMC-461 2.7 amp and FMCE-0328 3 amp replaces FMH-461 1.5 amp.

"Most military and aerospace programs are up against tight deadlines," says Ed Fuhr, vice president of power solutions for Crane Electronics. "Waiting for delivery of specialized, high reliability components is a luxury no one can afford. We’ve gone the extra step to make sure we have our highest demand DC-DC converters and EMI filters on hand for fast delivery.”

Crane Electronics Inc. Power Solutions offers Interpoint, ELDEC and Keltec power conversion, power distribution and battery systems for Interpoint DC-DC converters and EMI filters have proven performance in extreme environments where high reliability is required and failure is not an option.

A list of models from stock is online at www.craneae.com/InStock. For more information contact Crane online at www.interpoint.com.

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