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OnFILTER inline EMI filters are designed specifically to effectively manage EMI in actual applications.

OnFILTER has designed a line of filters specially suited to reduce noise in real-life environment. Among our filter lines there is a filter that should help you to effectively manage EMI in your application. CleanSweep® filters are plug-and-play and can be installed in minutes without the need for an electrician.

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AC Single Phase Filters

AC Three Phase Filters

Data Line Filters

DC Power Line Filters

Ground Filter

Power Line EMI Adapters

Servo Motor & VFD Filters

Technical Papers


OnFILTER AC Single Phase Filters

New Product
CleanSweep®

In Line EMC Compliance Filter

Single Phase AC Power Line
EMI Filters for EMI Compliance

Data


The new AFEUSKFG-D filter,
 is designed to limit EMI leaving a product
 through common-mode and differential-mode.

Fix a product that fails EMC, with the simple addition of this filter could make your product EMC Compliant!

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Applications

OnFILTER CleanSweep® EMI filters provide substantial reduction of electrical
noise on power lines emanating from equipment in both test lab and in real-life situations. Innovative design accomplishes maximum noise suppression of signals polluting your power lines, freeing sensitive equipment from harmful interference.
Clean power is essential for uninterrupted and problem-free operation of electrical and electronic equipment. As electromagnetic interference
(EMI) spreads through power lines and ground, it causes downtime and errors in today’s equipment and may inflict component damage.
Unique design of OnFILTER CleanSweep® series focuses on the properties of real-life signals on power lines and produces maximum attenuation of the “worst offenders” on power lines.
Filters are very easy to install - just plug it into the wall outlet and plug your equipment into the outlet on the filter.

EMC Filters Part Numbers

Part Numbers


CleanSweep®

AC_filter_3A

3A Single Phase

AC Power Line EMI Filters

Data 

CleanSweep® 3A AC power line filters provide clean power to equipment up to 360W for 120VAC circuits and up to 750W for 250VAC circuits. It is prudent, however, to leave some headroom for current rating because most equipment has uneven current consumption during its operation and the resulting peak current may exceed maximum rating.

OnFILTER Outlets

Part Numbers


CleanSweep®

AC_filter_10A

10A Single Phase

AC Power Line EMI Filters

Data

CleanSweep® 10A AC power line filters provide clean power to equipment up to 1200W for 120VAC circuits and up to 2500W for 250VAC circuits. When selecting current rating of filter it is prudent to leave some headroom for current rating because most equipment has uneven current consumption during its operation and the resulting peak current may exceed maximum rating of the filter.

10A Outlets

Part Numbers


CleanSweep®

AC_filter_20A

20A Single Phase

AC Power Line EMI Filters

Data 

CleanSweep® 20A AC power line filters provide clean power to equipment up to 2400W for 120VAC circuits and up to 5000W for 250VAC circuits. When selecting current rating of filter it is prudent to leave some headroom for current rating because most equipment has uneven current consumption during its operation and the resulting peak current may exceed maximum rating of the filter.

 

20A Outlets

Part Numbers


CleanSweep®

OnFILTER AFL630FG Inline EMI Filter 

30A Single Phase

AC Power Line EMI Filters

Data 

CleanSweep® 30A AC power line filters provide clean power to equipment up to 3600W for 120VAC circuits and up to 7500W for 250VAC circuits. When selecting current rating of filter it is prudent to leave some headroom for current rating because most equipment has uneven current consumption during its operation and the resulting peak current may exceed maximum rating of the filter.

 

30A Outlets

Part Numbers


CleanSweep®

Soldering-Filter

3A AC Power Line EMI Filters

for Soldering Applications

Data 

Soldering process involves physical contact between soldering iron which is connected to power line and your sensitive components. Ever-present noise on the mains and ground may cause significant current between the tip of the iron and components, creating electrical overstress (EOS) that causes component damage, including latent damage.CleanSweep® EMI filters specially designed for soldering applications reduce this EOS current down to negligible levels enabling safe soldering of even the most sensitive components. These filters create electrically quiet "eco-zone" between the AC supply of the soldering iron and ground of the circuit board. Use of CleanSweep® filters for soldering is very simple: plug your soldering iron through small-size filter and connect ground of your workbench or board under assembly to ground terminal of filter.

3A Soldier Outlets

Part Numbers


EMI-Filtered PDU With Advanced Transient Surge Protection

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10A to 30A rack-mounted PDUs

Data
CleanSweep® AC EMI filtered power distribution units provide both advanced surge protection and effective EMI filtering.  ​ Did you know that regular MOV-based surge protectors allow up to 700V spikes to get to your equipment.   

CleanSweep® PDUs uniquely reduce hundreds of volts transients down to just few harmless volts.

CleanSweep® PDUs combine proprietary suppression technology with regular MOVs providing comprehensive transient surge protection for your sensitive equipment. 

Power line transients is not the only power problem affecting your equipment. Strong EMI common in any industrial environment causes multitude of malfunction, equipment lock-ups and errors (some of them appear as software glitches). 

CleanSweep® PDUs employ our unique filter technology to provide unparalleled reduction of EMI improving your up-time and reducing defects. 

OnFILTER AC Three Phase Filters

CleanSweep®

AC_Filter_Delta

Delta Three Phase

AC Power Line EMI Filters

Data 

Three-phase CleanSweep® Delta filters are rated for up to 30A RMS 250V 50/60Hz systems. They offer exceptional reduction of real-life noise on power lines.

 Delta Outlets

Part Numbers


CleanSweep®

AC_Filter_Wye

Wye Three Phase

AC Power Line EMI Filters

Data 

Three-phase CleanSweep® Wye filters are rated for up to 30A RMS 250V 50/60Hz systems. They offer exceptional reduction of real-life noise on power lines.

 Wye Outlets

Part Numbers


OnFILTER Ground Filters

EMI Ground Filters

GLE30-1

Ground_Filter_Bar

For Facility Applications

Data 

This ground EMI filter model GLE30-1 connects your equipment to the facility ground via special filtering circuit. It offers suppression of high-frequency noise on ground while maintaining very low impedance to ground. The filter is very easy to connect and it requires no maintenance.
This filter is designed for equipment consuming up to 30A RMS. Though normally current on ground is negligible, safety regulations require that the ground path should be able to withstand the same current as the power circuit itself.

 


EMI Ground Filters

GLE04-01

OnFILTER-Ground-LIne-EMI-Filter-GLE04-01

For In Tool Applications

Data

The new Miniature ground line filter GLE04-01from OnFILTER is designed to reduce noise on ground inside equipment.

The GLE-04-01 filter can be used by equipment manufacturers as well as by the end-users of the equipment since it requires minimal intervention inside the tool and is easy to install. 

OnFILTER can also supply extended-temperature version of this filter for semiconductor IC test as well as customized models to fit a particular tool.

While regular grounding is sufficient for management of ESD risk, it does not address an issue of high-frequency noise (EMI) on ground and resulting electrical overstress (EOS) to sensitive components.

Most manufacturing tools utilize servo and variable frequency motors, switched-mode power supplies, relays, solenoids and other components that generate high-frequency noise which pollutes ground inside the tools.

The OnFILTER Groundfilter GLE04-01 can be connected in line with ESD grounding to provide significant reduction of EMI in addition to maintaining sub-1 Ohm resistance for proper ESD protection.


 OnFILTER DC Power Line Filters

DC Power Line EMI Filters

DC_filter_9A

This DC filter provides substantial noise reduction on DC power lines of up to 50V 9A. Filter provides noise suppression in both directions protection your DC lines from noise generating by a particular piece of equipment, or protecting your sensitive equipment from noise on power line.

DC Outlets

 


 OnFILTER Power Line EMI Adapters

New

Hand-Held EMI Adapter

for Power Lines

Power Line EM Adapters

 MSN15 & MSN17


Onfilter Power Line MSN15 & MSN17



Data
MSN15 and MSN17 are the logical continuation of our well-established EMI Adapters MSN01 and MSN12. Here is a brief comparison:

MSN15 is a “new” MSN12. It has much broader bandwidth (up to 200MHz vs. 30MHz in MSN12) and is designed to appeal to a wider range of customers, specifically those working with power line communication (PLC) and data security (yes, power line is yet another entry into your computers and servers in data centers).

MSN17 is a “new” MSN01. It has all the features of MSN01 but with the wider bandwidth (150MHz) and it allows use of country-specific power cables making MSN17 much more applicable world-wide.

MSN17 can be shipped with the cables of different standards—U.S., Schuko (European), U.K., and Australia/China.

Plug-In Power Line EMI Adapter

MSN01

EMI_Adapter_MSN01_EDN 

Data 

OnFILTER’ plug-in EMI Adapter plugged into your power outlet separates high-frequency signals from power line voltage and provides 50 Ohms output via BNC connector. You can observe waveforms of noise on the screen of your oscilloscope or analyze noise spectrum with your spectrum analyzer.

EMI Adapter can be switched between differential (normal) and common mode settings providing complete information to your instrument.


Hand-Held EMI Adapter

for Power Lines

MSN12

EMI_Adapter_MSN12 

OnFILTER’ hand-held EMI Adapter is equipped with the test leads that allow connection to both electrical receptacles of different types and to connections in the electrical distribution boxes. EMI adapter separates high-frequency signals from power line voltage and provides 50 Ohms output via BNC connector.

You can observe waveforms of noise on the screen of your oscilloscope or analyze noise spectrum with your spectrum analyzer.


 OnFILTER Data EMI Filters

DF420CD1 & DF420CD2


DF420CD1

Transparent to Data

Data signals with the frequency up to 20kHz are unaffected by the filter and your sensors and actuators won’t even know that the filter is there


Data

Data EMI Filters for 4...20 mA Analog Signals

Long data lines from and to 4...20mA sensors and actuators "collect" plenty of noise which causes data misreading, errors and other malfunction.  OnFILTER data EMI filters for such analog lines block EMI on long cables while providing pass through for the data.

We offer two models - for slow-changing signals (under 500 Hz) and for fast-changing signals (under 10 kHz).  The former provides the best noise suppression while the latter accommodates wider variety of sensors and actuators. 

Data filters are small, unobtrusive and are easy to install and connect.Long data lines from and to 4...20mA sensors and actuators "collect" plenty of noise which causes data misreading, errors and other malfunction. 

OnFILTER data EMI filters for such analog lines block EMI on long cables while providing pass through for the data. ​ We offer two models - for slow-changing signals (under 500 Hz) and for fast-changing signals (under 10 kHz).  The former provides the best noise suppression while the latter accommodates wider variety of sensors and actuators. 

Data filters are small, unobtrusive and are easy to install and connect.


 OnFILTER Servo Motor & VFD EMI Filters

SF20031


OnFILTER SF20031 3A Servo Filter

3 Amp Servo Motor EMI Filter

Data

EMI dV/dt EMI filter rated up to 3A 250V covers many applications of servo and variable frequency drives in the industry. Filter "stretches" edges of the drive pulses to 1.5...1.8uS from typical 50...80nS significantly reducing high-frequency spectrum and reducing bearing current and electrical noise in the tool.

A patent-pending technology further reduces ground leakage current through the motor. Place the filter close to the controller, not to the motor, so that the cables to the motor no longer have high-frequency energy to pollute the tool with EMI.

SF20032


OnFilter SF20032 Servo Motor Combo Filter


3 Amp Servo/VFD Motor EMI Filter

Data

The patent-pending OnFILTER SF20032 EMI dV/dT servo / VFD filter combines two functions - filtering of PWM drive signal as well as of AC power providing complete filtering of noise from operation of servo or variable frequency motors.


PWM motor drive filter section is rated up to 3A 250V which covers many applications of servo and variable frequency drives in the industry.  Filter "stretches" edges of the drive pulses to 1.5...1.8uS from typical 50...80nS significantly reducing high-frequency spectrum and reducing bearing current and electrical noise in the tool.  A patent-pending technology further reduces ground leakage current through the motor.

AC filter section blocks noise generated by servo controller from polluting AC power lines.  This section employs both differential and common mode noise rejection.

Place the filter close to the servo/VFD controller, not to the motor, so that the cables to the motor no longer have high-frequency energy to pollute the tool with EMI.

The patent-pending OnFILTER SF20032 EMI dV/dT servo / VFD filter combines two functions - filtering of PWM drive signal as well as of AC power providing complete filtering of noise from operation of servo or variable frequency motors. PWM motor drive filter section is rated up to 3A 250V which covers many applications of servo and variable frequency drives in the industry.  Filter "stretches" edges of the drive pulses to 1.5...1.8uS from typical 50...80nS significantly reducing high-frequency spectrum and reducing bearing current and electrical noise in the tool.

A patent-pending technology further reduces ground leakage current through the motor. AC filter section blocks noise generated by servo controller from polluting AC power lines.  This section employs both differential and common mode noise rejection. Place the filter close to the servo/VFD controller, not to the motor, so that the cables to the motor no longer have high-frequency energy to pollute the tool with EMI.  

SF20101


SF20201 10A Servo Motor EMI Filter

10 Amp Servo Motor EMI Filter

Data

Motor EMI dV/dt EMI filter rated up to 10A 250V covers many applications of servo and variable frequency drives in the industry. Filter "stretches" edges of the drive pulses to 1.2...1.5uS from typical 50...80nS significantly reducing high-frequency spectrum and reducing bearing current and electrical noise in the tool.

A patent-pending technology further reduces ground leakage current through the motor. Place the filter close to the controller, not to the motor, so that the cables to the motor no longer have high-frequency energy to pollute the tool with EMI.


SF20201
 
OnFILTER 20A Servo Filter

20 Amp Servo/VFD Motor EMI Filter

Data


The SF20201 servo/VFD filter rated up to 20A 250V covers many applications of servo and variable frequency drives in the industry. Filter "stretches" edges of the drive pulses to 1.2...1.5uS from typical 50...80nS significantly reducing high-frequency spectrum and reducing bearing current and electrical noise in the tool.

A patent-pending technology further reduces ground leakage current through the motor. Place the filter close to the controller, not to the motor, so that the cables to the motor no longer have high-frequency energy to pollute the tool with EMI


OnFILTER Technical Papers

You will find here a variety of relevant technical publications invoking OnFILTER staff as authors, as well as links to some industry papers of critical importance.  The papers are in no particular order of significance or subject matter.

System-Level Grounding - Doing it Right

Is Grounding Done for Safety? For ESD? For EMI?

Yes, yes, and yes. In many factories and facilities grounding is done using only one, seldom - two of these elements, often neglecting other aspects.   A facility electrician worries about safety.  An ESD specialist thinks of compliance with ESD standards.  And whoever worries about EMI (this function often falls now on ESD group) may not know enough about safety requirements to assure proper compliance.


Uninterpretable Power Supplies (UPS) and Electromagnetic Interference (EMI)
While UPS serve essential role in preventing equipment shutdown during power outages, brownouts, etc., they also create substantial levels of EMI that may affect sensitive equipment and components. Our CleanSweep power line EMI filters greatly reduce noise level while allowing UPS to provide uninterruptable power.


Intel® Manufacturing Enabling Guide, Section 3: ESD/EOS 2010
This document describes EOS as "...the number one cause of damage to IC components" (Section 3.2)


Electric Overstress and Its Effects on Today's Manufacturing
Overview of EOS issues in today's electronic manufacturing.  Pulse Magazine, EEWeb; issue 42, April 2012


Electric Overstress: The New Frontier
Paper presented at the Philippines' ESD Forum, February 16, 2012


Electrical Overstress (EOS) and Its Effects on Today’s Manufacturing
EEWeb, January 2012


EMI Issues in Semiconductor Manufacturing Environment
Taiwan ESD Symposium, 2006


EMI Issues in the Manufacturing Environment
Conformity Magazine, January 2007


EMI-Caused EOS Exposure of Components and its Mitigation
Presented at the ESD Symposium on Factory Issues, Singapore, November 2012


EMI-Caused EOS in Manufacturing Environment and it's Migration
Presented at Taiwan ESD and Reliability Conference, Hsinchu, November 2012


EOS Damage by Electrical Fast Transients on AC Power
Presented at the EOS/ESD Symposium in 2010


EOS Exposure of Components in Soldering Process
EEWeb, May 3, 2012


EOS Exposure of Components in Soldering Process
Pulse Magazine, Issue 55, June 2012.  Reprint from EEWeb article May 2012.  Full issue of Pulse magazine can be downloaded at this link.


EOS Exposure of Components in Soldering Process
OnFILTER' Presentation on EOS in Soldering at IPC APEX 2013


EOS Exposure of Magnetic Heads and Assemblies in Automated Manufacturing
ESD Symposium, 2005


Grounding and Reliable Operation of Equipment
ERI News, May 2007. See page 2


How Good is Your Ground?
Evaluation Engineering, 2001


Importance of Being Grounded
IPC Design Council Route Magazine, June 2008


Near-Field Methods of Locating EMI Sources
Compliance Engineering Magazine, May-June, 2005


OnFILTER Advantage: Technical brief on OnFILTER technology


Origins of EOS in Manufacturing Environment and Its Classification
Presented at ESD Symposium in 2009 in Anaheim


Tech Corner: How to Measure Groundthe Right Way
3M Static Digest, Spring 2009. See pages 6..8


The effects of EMI from cell phones on GMR magnetic recording heads and test equipment
Journal of Electrostatic, Issue 54, 2002


EMI Measurements: Methodology and Techniques


Warranty Statement  Warranty Statement for OnFILTER Products


OnFILTER Application Note Improving Reliability and Security of Data Centers with CleanSweep filters AC EMI Filters


OnFILTER Application Note Complete Grounding Inside Equipment for Combined ESD and EOS Protection


OnFILTER Application Note Improving Equipment Performance with Ground Line EMI Filter GLE30-1


OnFILTER Application Note Improving Reliability of Servo Motors and VFD with Servo Motor Filters


OnFILTER Application Note Improving Reliability of Servo Motors and VFD with Servo Motor Filters


How to Test OnFILTER Ground EMI Filters


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