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API Technologies Adds High Temperature EMI Filter to Product Offering

API technologiesAPI Technologies Corp., a leading provider of high performance RF, microwave, millimeterwave, and power solutions, announced the expansion of its EMI/EMC filter family with the addition of EMI filters for high operating temperature environments.

API’s high temperature, epoxy sealed, bolt-in style EMI feedthrough filter is capable of continuous operation at 175˚C with an average temperature coefficient of -25% at max operating temperature. These filters are well-suited for the oil and gas industry’s high temperature instrumentation, engine controller, and other high temperature applications.

API’s high temperature EMI filters have consistent operating properties from -55 to +175˚C. They meet applicable requirements of MIL-PRF-15733, including mechanical shock, vibration and 1000 hour life testing at +175˚C. The temperature coefficient at +175˚C is +/-25% and the capacitance and voltage rating can be configured to meet customer requirements. The filters are available in the same performance range as API’s existing EMI feedthrough offerings; this allows for a convenient drop-in replacement for existing API designs that now require higher temperature performance.

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API Technologies’ Electromagnetic Integrated Solutions line of products includes EMI filters and interconnects, ceramic capacitors, specialty connectors and cabling, power filters and film modules, as well as a line of full line of custom magnetics. To learn more, visit http://eis.apitech.com.

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