Schaffner to present their latest innovations in EMC and power quality at SPS 2018

Schaffner, the international leader in the field of electromagnetic compatibility and power quality will be presenting the latest innovations from their two specialist divisions, EMC and power quality, at the SPS IPC Drives exhibition in Nuremberg.

At this specialist trade fair for smart and digital automation Schaffner will present their innovative new FN 3287/88 range of EMC filters. These are particularly suitable for use with variable-speed drives in machine tools and robots. They are also designed for applications including general machine and plant construction in order to meet the requirements of industry 4.0.

Schaffner PQ filter

A team of local experts will be available to demonstrate Schaffner’s market leading power quality product portfolio. Quality, stability and reliability are important aspects of the basic electrical supply. With a very wide portfolio Schaffner offers high-quality power quality products and flexible solutions that can be easily integrated into modern smart networks and retrofit installations. Schaffner’s power quality products are ideally suited to a very wide range of customer requirements and meet local and international standards.

In the field of active harmonic filters Schaffner will present the Power Module FN 3531 and the Sync Module from their advanced ecosine active filter range.

Two new line reactors products, the RWK 3044 and RWK 3062 will be on display for the first time at SPS 2018. Also on show will be the ready-to-connect FN 6840 LCL filters, which optimise the operation of regenerative drive solutions to ensure the required mains connection.

For both EMC and power quality the correct selection and professional use of filter products is critical. Schaffner’s specialists will be happy to advise customers on the best solution for any project.

SPS Drives – Nuremberg, 27–29 November 2018. Booth: 4-580. Schaffner and industry 4.0 – We (re)shape electrical power.

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