Onboard power line EMC filter

  • 19-Mar-2010 08:58 EDT

Nagares’ onboard power line electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) filter for electric and plug-in hybrid automotive battery charging systems integrates voltage and power line measurement capability and relays relevant key data to the main charging stage controller. This filter can work with single-phase (110 V, 32 A or 230 V, 16 A), tri-phase (110 , 230, and 400 V), and dc (600 V up to 400 A for fast charging) line configuration with a maximum instantaneous power of 43 kW, meeting the standard automotive requirement. A product of the strategic alliance between Nagares and Premo, the module has integrated electronics to actively compensate for any capacitive current leakage. It also has several protective functions and communication interfaces that can be implemented per customer requests (CAN, LIN, PLC, SPI).

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