Military Grade Filter

Military standards of EMI/EMC emission and immunity are much higher when compared to commercial applications because there is no room for error or failure. Harsh weather conditions (lightning, solar flares, floods, earth-quakes) and man-made threats (nuclear explosions, war) on military installations lead to very strict performance and reliability requirements.
Nowadays, even some industrial applications have been adopting stringent military standards of EMI/EMC compliance for safeguarding their equipment.
Commercial-military equipment integration provides opportunities for faster and lower costs in the development of military equipment. Commercial off-the shelf (COTS) use also provides access to a much larger industrial base.
Military grade filters are especially used for Point of Entry (POE) protection. They are broadly categorised as Power Line, Data Line and Signal line filters covering the power supply and telecommunication equipment in defence applications.
  • Co-axial cable POE: Co-axial EMI filter
  • Control / Signal Cable POE: Control Line filter
  • Telephone Cable POE: Telephone data line, Ethernet Filter
  • Power Cable POE: Power Line filter
These filters provides military grade specification and performance in compliance with the MIL STD 461E/F standard. Military filters for EMP, surge and transient voltage protection also play a critical role in military equipment safeguard.
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  • Voltage Range

    ± 3VDC peak signal voltage between Wire Pairs 1-2, 3-6, 4-5 and 7-8.

  • Application

    Defence Equipment

  • Voltage Range

    ± 3VDC peak signal voltage

  • Application

    Defence Equipment

  • Voltage Range

    ± 3VDC peak signal voltage between Wire Pairs 1-2, 3-6, 4-5 and 7-8.

  • Application

    Defence Equipment

  • Current Range

    20 kA, 8/20µs

  • Operating Frequency

    DC - 2.5 GHz

  • Current Range

    20 kA, 8/20µs

  • Operating Frequency

    DC - 2.5 GHz

  • Voltage Range

    ± 48 V DC/ 32 V AC

  • Current Range

    6 A

  • Application

    Airborne Communication Systems

  • Voltage Range

    24VDC/30VDC /48VDC/68VDC / 120VAC / 230VAC

  • Current Range

    1 to 6A

  • Application

    High security government agencies

  • Voltage Range

    ± 150 V DC

  • Current Range

    0.5 A

  • Application

    Telephone

  • Voltage Range

    95VAC / 125VDC

  • Current Range

    125 mA

  • Application

    Telephone

  • Voltage Range

    230 VAC for Single Phase, 440 VAC for three Phase

  • Current Range

    Upto 2000A

  • Operating Frequency

    50/60Hz

  • Voltage Range

    250VAC

  • Current Range

    3A to 32A @40°C

  • Application

    Shielded Chamber

  • Operating Frequency

    50/60Hz

  • Voltage Range

    250VAC

  • Current Range

    6A to 250A

  • Application

    For shielding chambers

  • Operating Frequency

    50/60Hz