EMI filtering connectors from Amphenol
Amphenol Industrial Operations
Amphenol Industrial Operations, a manufacturer of high reliability connectors now offers a RoHS-compliant series of filter connectors that remove electromagnetic interference (EMI)
The rugged design of the Amphe-dB allows it to withstand the most challenging industrial applications and is also ideal for use in medical applications including laboratory equipment, scanners, patient monitoring and therapy equipment.
Unlike other options that redesign printed circuit boards (PCBs) to incorporate filtering, Amphenol's Amphe-dB industrial filter connector is installed at the entrance of a device, providing a clean signal where the information enters or exits.
This helps to ensure EMI will not affect the device's other components and allows it to operate properly.
Amphenol's proven connector series and modern filter technology applied in the Amphe-dB create a highly-effective environmental filter connector for industrial applications.
The Amphe-dB is customizable for many applications through various filtering options and shell configurations.
Its filter technology can also be incorporated into many of Amphenol's industrial connectors.
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