PREMO's FEDC Series
is available with ratings from 25 to 1500A dc, without terminals up to 150A dc
and screw connections up to 1500A dc. Maximum operational voltage is 1200V dc.
Moreover, they are available without filter capacitors to ground. The PREMO
FEDC dc EMC filter meets EN60939, UL1283 EMC requirements and RoHS directive.
Their main applications are PV installations, and they can also be used in
applications where primary energy source is dc, such as fuel cells and
Installed between the PV
inverter and the solar panel, dc filters help to meet EMC directives in
grip-connected installations. FEDC Series have been designed to reduce
conducted emissions towards the solar panel, to reduce EMI radiations from the
solar panel, allowing a longer solar panel lifetime.
These dc filters in PV
installations help increase solar panel reliability and increase immunity in
the inverter control phase, avoiding any electromagnetic interference
PREMO enhances with this
new series its PV and wind application oriented families, such as HCWMGF o
FVDT. Upon request PREMO also designs and manufactures customized filters.
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