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3723

EMI Filter Meets: MIL-STD-461C CE03, CS01 and MIL-STD-461D-G CE102, CS101 test method requirements.

Features

  • Compliant with MIL-STD-461C, CE03 & CS01
  • Compliant with MIL-STD-461D-G, CE102 and CS101
  • Common and differential mode filtering for low reflected input power line ripple currents
  • Operates over all normal,, abnormal,, transient and OV conditions listed in relevant MIL-STD-704 system applications
  • Compact rugged fully hermetic package

Specifications

  • Input: 28 VDC to VDC
  • Input Range: 0 VDC to 50 VDC
  • Input: 100 VDC to VDC Absolute Maximum Input
  • Transient Survival Voltage: 80 VDC to VDC
  • Rated Current: 7 A to A
  • Power Dissipation: 1.4 W to W
  • Typical Attenuation (dB at 200kHz): -63 dB to dB

Environment

    • Grade I:
      • Full Output Power at Tcase = 85°C
      • Minimum Output Power at Tcase = -55°C
        • Linearly derates to zero at Tcase = 115

      • TID up to kRad(Si)
      • No SEE up to 60MeV*cm2/mg

    • Grade M:
      • Full Output Power at Tcase = 85°C
      • Minimum Output Power at Tcase = -55°C
        • Linearly derates to zero at Tcase = 115

      • TID up to kRad(Si)
      • No SEE up to 60MeV*cm2/mg

    • Grade E:
      • Full Output Power at Tcase = 125°C
      • Minimum Output Power at Tcase = -55°C
        • Linearly derates to zero at Tcase = 135

      • TID up to kRad(Si)
      • No SEE up to 60MeV*cm2/mg

Additional Notes

MDI model 3723 hermetic power line EMI filters compliment MDI 3700 series DC-DC converters without internal filters, to meet the latest MIL-STD-461C, CE03, CS01 and MIL-461D-G, CE102, CS101 test method requirements.

In applications where low reflected noise currents are needed to meet MIL-STD-461, power line filtering provides attenuation to reduce common mode (line to ground) and differential mode (line to line) currents. MDI’s model 3723 provides such filtration in both modes to provide compliance whether measured in dBuA or dBuV test modes.

The resulting low insertion loss design achieves the necessary attenuation for CE03 or CE102 compliance while minimizing the possibility of excessive input filter impedance mismatch that might otherwise result in DC-DC converter loop instability.

The filters are rated as completely compatible with all normal, abnormal, emergency, over/under voltage and transient conditions listed in MIL_STD-704A-F. A single filter can serve several DC-DC converters up to the rated maximum and two or more 3723 filters may be used in parallel to serve multiple DC-DC converters sharing the same input bus.

 

3723-EMI