Filter 17A sin IP54 Wilo-EFC | Wilo

Filter 17A sin IP54 Wilo-EFC

Technical data
Tender text

The dU/dt and sinus output filters are recommended to reinforce motor protection in case of applications with short motor cables, old generation motors, frequent braking or aggressive environments.

Special features/product advantages:

dU/dt filter:

  • Up to 100 m cable (shielded/unshielded) complies with the requirements of IEC60034-17* (general purpose motors). Above this cable length the risk of “double pulsing” increases
  • Motor bearing stress, slightly reduced, mainly in high power motors
  • Eliminates motor cable ringing. Does not change the emission class. Does not allow longer motor cables as specified for the frequency converter’s built-in RFI filter
  • Max. motor cable length of 100 m ... 150 m. With guaranteed EMC performance: 150 m screened. Without guaranteed EMC performance: 150 m unscreened
  • Does not eliminate acoustic switching noise from the motor

Sine-wave filter:

  • Provides a sinusoidal phase-to-phase motor terminal voltage. Complies with IEC-60034-17* and NEMA-MG1 requirements for general purpose motors with cables up to 500 m (1 km for frame size D and above).
  • Reduces bearing currents caused by circulating currents. Does not reduce common-mode currents (shaft currents). Eliminates motor cable ringing. Does not change the emission class. Does not allow longer motor cables as specified for the frequency converter’s built-in RFI filter.
  • With guaranteed EMC performance: 150 m shielded and 300 m unshielded (only conducted emissions).Without guaranteed EMC performance: up to 500 m (1 km for frame size D and above).
  • Eliminates acoustic switching noise from the motor caused by magnetostriction

Scope of delivery:

  • dU/dt and sinus output filters
  • Installation and operating instructions
Ordering information
Net weight, approx. 29 kg
Make Wilo
Item no. 6084563
Downloads

Certificate REACH (Documents)

REACH Regulation

Edition 2021-05
Page format 209.9 x 297.0 mm
Number of pages 4
PDF (212 KB)