Exxelia EMI-RFI SMD filters are available in C, L, Pi and T cells . They are based on the same design than the tubular feedthrough filters, with a shielded package. They are mostly used on aeronautics, space and defense applications.

FCMS 35

FCMS 35

Main Features

  • Silver plated package
  • Composed of discrete components

Typical Applications

  • Power supply
  • Data signal

Markets

Technical Characteristics

Current

  • Up to: 20 A

Voltage

  • Minimum : 25 V
  • Maximum : 200 V

Insertion Loss

  • Minimum : 0 dB
  • Maximum : 70 dB

Capacitance

  • Minimum : 10 pF
  • Maximum : 33000 pF

Temperature

  • Minimum : -55 °C
  • Maximum : 125 °C

Dimensions (OD)

  • OD: 3,5 mm

Mounting

  • Bolt-in

Sealing

  • Glass & Resin

Notes

  • No special note

Related Standards

RoHS

ESA

3008 compliant

Related Documents

Technical Papers

3D Models

  • No Model

Frequently Asked Questions

Related to this product

Q: How is a C Filter Built?

<p>It is built as a single element: a capacitor from line to ground, with a through wire connecting the input to output. It has attenuation characteristics that increase at 20 dB per decade from its cutoff frequency to at least that frequency where it exhibits a minimum attenuation of 60 dB. It maintains this attenuation at higher frequencies. A feedthrough capacitor filter is usually the best choice for filtering lines that exhibit very high impedance. A feedthrough capacitor, in this website, will be referred to as a C filter.</p>

<p><strong>C-Only Filters are the choice for very high impedance lines.</strong></p>

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