Three Phase Filters

F3480/F3600

Features:

  • EMC solutions up to 600A at 600VAC and power applications up to 360kVA
  • 2-stage filter line supports both Delta and Wye connected loads
  • Effective noise suppression in the critical 150kHz-30MHz range

Applications include:

  • Motors
  • Motor Control Centers
  • Facility Filters
  • Uninterruptible Power Supplies
  • Power Conditioning Units
  • Laser Welders
  • Automated Test Equipment
  • Robotics
  • CNC Machinery
  • Elevators
  • Industrial Ovens

DC Series

The DC Series of filters reduce both radiated and conducted emissions from variable frequency drives. Made for industrial applications, the DC Series is rated for 250VAC at an amperage rating from 7 to 150A. The max leakage to be expected is 1.4 mA. Both load and line side termination for all models in the DC Series are threaded stud because of the industrial applications for which the DC series was designed, making chassis mount the only option as well. HIPOT ratings are line-to-ground and line-to-line measured at 2000VAC and 1768VDC respectively. The DC Series of filters comes in dimensions ranging from 7.81” by 3.25” to 13” by 5.25”.

Features:

  • RUGGED CONSTRUCTION
  • REDUCES RADIATED EMISSIONS FROM VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES
  • REDUCES CONDUCTED EMISSIONS FROM VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES

DE Series

All of the filters in the DE Series feature threaded stud termination on both line and load sides. All DE filters are designed to be chassis mounted. The DE Series of RFI/EMI filters is rated at a 480VAC (47-63hz) at an amperage range of 3-200A. The max leakage to be expected line-to-ground is 2.5mA running at 480VAC (60hz). The HIPOT ratings on the DE Series of filters is 2000VAC Line-to-Ground and 2160VDC Line-to-Line. The DE Series of filters come in dimensions ranging from 5.81” by 3.25” to 17” to 5.25”.

Features:

  • RUGGED CONSTRUCTION
  • REDUCES RADIATED EMISSIONS FROM VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES
  • REDUCES CONDUCTED EMISSIONS FROM VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES

DG Series

The filter is a three-phase delta design which reduces both radiated and conducted emissions from variable frequency drives. The rating on the DG series runs from 10 amps to 200 amps at 600VAC. 2.75mA max of leakage can be expected when running at 600 VAC (60hz). Line to Ground HIPOT rating is at 2224 VAC while the Line to Line HIPOT rating is at 2400 VDC. DG Series filters range in size from 7.81” by 3.25” to 17” by 5.25”.

Features:

  • RUGGED CONSTRUCTION
  • REDUCES RADIATED EMISSIONS FROM VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES
  • REDUCES CONDUCTED EMISSIONS FROM VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVES

TPDR Series

Features:

  • RUGGED CONSTRUCTION
  • PACKAGE IS 100% RFI SHIELDED IN PLATED MATERIAL
  • REDUCES CONDUCTED EMISSIONS FROM MOTOR CONTROLLERS
  • COMMON MODE INDUCTORS OR CHOKES

TPY Series

Features:

  • RUGGED CONSTRUCTION
  • REDUCES RADIATED AND CONDUCTED EMISSIONS
  • SUITABLE EITHER FOR WYE OR DELTA CONNECTION

TPYA Series

Features:

  • RUGGED CONSTRUCTION
  • REDUCES RADIATED AND CONDUCTED EMISSIONS
  • SUITABLE EITHER FOR WYE OR DELTA CONNECTION

TPYB Series

Features:

  • RUGGED CONSTRUCTION
  • REDUCES RADIATED AND CONDUCTED EMISSIONS
  • SUITABLE EITHER FOR WYE OR DELTA CONNECTION

Harness the Power with Three Phase Filters

A power line filter acts as a shield in two ways:

  • Protects your equipment from outside interference originating in other devices
  • Prevents the RFI your device gives off from reaching other electronic equipment

Your network will not keep RFI from getting out completely, but thanks to a three phase power line filter, it will be reduced to acceptable levels. The levels of concern for interference are 10 kHz-30 MHz when conducted through a circuit. For interference radiated from a device, the levels of concern are 30 MHz to 1 GHz.

When RFI extends into these levels (10 kHz conducted or 30 MHz radiated), equipment such as televisions or radios become seriously impaired. For this reason federal regulations were put in place. Now when devices give off RFI at these levels, they must be shielded using RFI Filters, reducing their RFI to acceptable levels.

You May Be Using Three Phase Power Right Now

Different electrical networks require different forms of power. Smaller items like computers require single phase power. High power loads such as heaters or even buildings utilize three phase power. Networking three phase power requires three phase filters. Three phase power is the most common way to distribute power through electrical grids. The larger the electrical network, the more likely three phase power is the way it’s transferred.

For this reason, Tri-mag, the leader in manufactured electrical components, offers their F3480/F3600 Three Phase Filters. You can expect our three-phase filters to match your needs. They’re built by designers with over 70 years of experience manufacturing radio frequency interference filters to meet UL and CSA standards.

Three Phase Filters Provided by Industry Leaders in Electrical Component Distribution

Noise suppression on our three phase filters is effective in the 150 kHz-30 MHz range, preventing your network’s RFI from causing problems for other devices. It also meets government regulations. Our three phase filters contain a 2-stage filter line. Now your power network is covered whether it has a 3-wire Delta structure or a 4-wire Wye structure.

If you want the best in power line filter designs, grab the Three Phase Filter from Tri-mag, the leading name in electrical components.