Schaffner, the international leader in the fields of electromagnetic compatibility and power quality will be exhibiting at the SPS IPC Drives 2017 trade fair and introducing product innovations from its EMC, Power Quality and Power Magnetics divisions.
SPS will be the first opportunity to see the new Ecosine Active Sync range of active harmonic filters. This market leading modular and ultra-compact design provides THDI <5%, even for complex and time-varying load profiles, has 3 and 4 wire versions and features 3-level IGBT inverter topology for reduced power losses. The range is highly configurable for a huge variety of harmonic mitigation applications.
On display will be Schaffner’s latest turnkey LCL ﬁlter for active front end regenerative drives requiring an efficient and matched grid connection.
And also on the stand will be a range of power magnetics components including transformers and water-cooled inductors for medium frequency and customer-specific applications.
Finally, Schaffner will be unveiling the new RT chokes series. This additional range of inductors completes the portfolio of common mode chokes available which now covers the whole PCBA power range.
Schaffner will be delighted to welcome visitors to their stand at SPS IPC Drives 2017 to discuss any power quality, harmonic mitigation or EMC requirements and how Schaffner products may address them.
For further information, please visit www.schaffner.com or get in touch with your local Schaffner sales organisation, distributor or partner for individual support.
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