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SCHURTER FMBB EP Single-Phase EMC Block Filters | New Product Brief

December 26, 2020 by Mouser Electronics

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SCHURTER FMBB EP Single-Phase EMC Block Filters

Schurter FMBB EP Single-Phase EMC Block Filters are compact filters with high broadband attenuation ideal for medical, test and measurement, commercial kitchen, industrial, and other applications with high levels of EMI. 

The single-phase filters are available with current ratings from 1A to 36A at up to 250VAC. They use a two-stage design that provides excellent differential and common-mode attenuation over a wide frequency range. 

FMBB EP series filters have a completely closed steel housing and are available in a variety of compact enclosure styles with quick connect or threaded terminals. They’re also offered in two medical versions that have leakage current less than 5µA or 80µA. Schurter FMBB EP Single-Phase EMC Block Filters can operate from -40°C to +100°C. 

  • Ratings: 
    • IEC: 1A to 36A at 40°C (ambient), 250VAC; 50Hz 
    • UL/CSA: IEC: 1A to 36A at 40°C (ambient), 125/250VAC; 60Hz 
  • Two-stage filter design 
    • Excellent differential and common-mode attenuation over wide frequency range 
  • Completely closed steel housing 
  • Terminals: 
    • Quick connect 6.3mm x 0.8mm 
    • Bolt and nut M4 
  • Leakage current: 
    • Standard: < 0.5mA 
    • Medical: < 5µA (M5), < 80µA (M80) 
  • Temperature Range: -40°C to +100°C 

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