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ECO – Filtered DC power entry module meets tough demands for EMC

15 July 2010

5003 – SCHURTER expands its ECO designed DC filter power entry module family to include a version with flexible wire leads and a version for PCB mounting

Schurter

SCHURTER extends its ECO filtered power entry module for DC applications, series 5003, with a newly added PCB mount version, and version with flexible wires to provide easy installation, cost savings and maximum performance in a lightweight and environmentally friendy compact package. Applications are in data critial environment such as IT, telecom and data encription but also in DC supplied industry automation.

The 5003 features a standard DC connector, offered in two different connector styles. The connector is encased with a 1-stage filter for currents up to 15 A at 125 VDC. The unit mounts to the equipment enclosure with a broad metal flange, thus providing a large contact area for optimal shielding and filter efficiency. The PCB mounting style version is available with optional snap feet to safely fasten the 5003 on the printed circuit board. The flexible wire leads allow an easy, fast and cost saving installation. Screw-on, snap-in and rivet mounting options are offered. The rear mount type with pre-threaded holes, as well as the snap-in, are designed specifically to reduce assembly time and save labor costs.

The series is ENEC and cURus approved and complies with IEC/EN 60950, standard for office and IT equipment. Applications include telecom and IT infrastructure equipment, data encryption machines but any other DC supplied equipment in industry automation.


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