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Low-pass electronic filter SKS-OSK-0030-2A6/10
passivethree-phaseharmonic

low-pass electronic filter
low-pass electronic filter
low-pass electronic filter
low-pass electronic filter
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Characteristics

Bandwidth
low-pass
Type
passive
Other characteristics
three-phase, harmonic, for inverters
Current

30 A

Voltage

Max.: 250 V

240 V

Min.: 220 V

Frequency

60 Hz

Description

Sikes passive harmonic filter is designed for almost any kind of electronic applications with six pulse front end rectifiers . The filter can efficiently reduce the harmonic current distortion to required level. Typical application:non-linear three-phase power supplies where potential risk is high due to thermal and electrical overload caused by harmonic currents. (THDi<5% on request) Harmonic Filter Applications: DC Fast Chargers; HVAC Installations; Fan and pump applications; Industrial automation and robotic equipment; AC and DC Motor drives & frequency inverters; Equipment with six pulse front end rectifier. Harmonic Filter Product Features: The most Compact THDi<10%(5%)filter; Quick installation and easy commissioning design; Cost-effective passive harmonic filter; Helps to comply with international power quality standards. Harmonic Filter Technical Chracteristics: Norminal operating voltage:3*380 to 500VAC±10%; Operating Frequency:50Hz(60Hz upon request); THDi<10% or <5% (system requirements:TDHv<2% ,line voltage unbalance<1%); Norminal Power Rating:1.5kw to 630kw; Efficiency:98% to 99% @ norminal line voltage; Overload :1.6X rated current for 1min , once per hour; Ambient temperature:-25 to +40℃; Protection:IP20(upon request); Cooling:Internal air forced; Sikes passive harmonic filer is your ideal choice except Schaffner and MTE filters .

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