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Filtered d-sub adapters help meet EMC requirements

Posted: 18 Oct 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Corry? CMI? EMC? electromagnetic compatibility? adapters?

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Corry Micronics Inc. (CMI) has released for production a new line of filtered connectors include dual port and Combo-D styles" target=_blank>d-sub connector adapters. Ceramic tubular adapters are used in applications requiring high levels of attenuation or where the interfering signals cover a wide range of frequencies.

Adapters are primarily installed where the development effort has been completed and there remains the need for additional filtering. CMI explained that filtered adapters are a cost-effective and time-efficient method to obtain the certification of new product designs. Filtered adapters are a practical solution for the suppression of conducted or radiated emissions.

"Filtered d-sub connector adapters are essential for system designers to meet the increasingly stringent EMC compatibility demands of both existing and new electronic equipment designs," said Bob Meilleur, CMI's engineering manager. "The filtered adapter approach also eliminates the need to re-design existing system layouts."

These ceramic tubular adapters are available in either a "C" or "Pi" filtering circuit with capacitance values from 68pF to 5,000pF (C) and up to 4,000pF (Pi). Filtered adapters are offered with pin counts of 9, 15, 25, 37 and 50.

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