EMI filter for distributed power in commercial avionics and military applications introduced by VPT

BLACKSBURG, Va., 30 May 2010. VPT Inc. in Blacksburg, Va., is introducing the VPTc10-28 EMI filter for distributed power systems in commercial avionics and military power electronics applications in the U.S. and Europe.

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BLACKSBURG, Va., 30 May 2010. VPT Inc. in Blacksburg, Va., is introducing the VPTc10-28 EMI filter for distributed power systems in commercial avionics and military power electronics applications in the U.S. and Europe.

The VPTc10-28 Series electro-magnetic interference (EMI) filter and transient suppressor combines two modules in one package that reduces the reflected noise of DC-DC converters while simultaneously protecting a power system from inrush current damage and reverse polarity conditions.

These EMI filters have as much as 10 amps of output current; as much as 150 Watts of output power; wide input voltage range; transient operation to as much as 80 volts per MIL-STD-704 and 100 volts per DEF STAN 61-5 Part 6 Issue 5 and MIL-STD-1275; transient operation of as much as 202 volts per ISO 7637-2 and DEF STAN 61-5 part 6, issue 6; 45 dB minimum attenuation at 500 kHz; inrush current limiting; true reverse polarity protection; operating temperature range of -55 to 100 degrees Celsius; six-sided metal rugged enclosure; conducted emissions requirements of DEF STAN 59-411 Part 3 Issue 1 and MIL-STD-461C/D/E/F when used with VPT DC-DC converters; conducted susceptibility requirements of DEF STAN 59-411 Part 3 Issue 1 for land applications, MIL-STD-461C, CS01 and CS02, and MIL-STD-461D/E/F when used with VPT DC-DC converters; and testing to JESD22, MIL-STD-810, and MIL-STD-883.

For more information contact VPT online at www.vpt-inc.com.

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