New high-current EMI filters released by Crane Aerospace & Electronics

REDMOND, Wash., 27 March 2010. Power Solutions of Crane Aerospace & Electronics, a business unit of Crane Co. (NYSE: CR), announced the release of electromagnetic interference (EMI) filters – FMCE-0328, FMCE-0528, FMCE-0828, and FMCE-1528.

Posted by John McHale

REDMOND, Wash., 27 March 2010. Power Solutions of Crane Aerospace & Electronics, a business unit of Crane Co. (NYSE: CR), announced the release of electromagnetic interference (EMI) filters – FMCE-0328, FMCE-0528, FMCE-0828, and FMCE-1528.

The new FMCE filters are designed to work with Crane's Interpoint brand 28 volt input, 1.5 to 120 watt DC/DC converters and are backward compatible and interoperable with Interpoint brand FMH, FMC, FMD, and FME filters. They have been designed to provide attenuation performance with a minimal loss of power in the filter as well as to make sure that heat generated in the filter is efficiently dissipated by the device to minimize stress on components, ensuring optimal product life.

"We developed these products to improve the attenuation of the filter and to increase the current capability of the product. The improved performance will allow us to meet and exceed requirements of MIL-STD-461 C through F (CE03, CS01, CE102, CS101)," says Michael Osborne, product manager with Crane Aerospace & Electronics, Electronics Group.

The new filters will be manufactured at Crane's MIL-PRF-38534 Class H Certified facility in Kaohsiung, Taiwan and are scheduled to begin production this month. They will be available to customers in May. For more information, visit www.interpoint.com/015.

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