The heart of a LossyLine Filter is the dissipative element.
This element embodies a high temperature resisting (175˚C) epoxy resin,
optimized as a magnetic lossy core, molded around the conductor,
and case shielded,Hence, a true magnetic trap that absorbs rather than
rejects or reflects unwanted energy. No oil is required to
cool since there
is a minimum heating effect, Practically no reactive current
is present because there is little, if any, shunt capacity. LossyLine
attenuates 100dB minimum, or beyond of standard instrumentation,
from 100 KHz up to 100 GHz and attenuation does not fall off with current.
The level of RF attenuation at full load currents is maintained because
of freedom from saturation. The electrical characteristics of LossyLine
suppress sine waves per MIL-STD-220A, and cause the collapse of
transient spikes of all kinds, particularly those with short rise times.
These spikes are not reflected or transferred to other conductors, but are
dissipated as heat within the lossy element (no ringing effect)
• Extremely low reactive current because of the small shunt capacity
(no power factor correction coils).
• Filter performance maintained under full load due to replacement
of saturable iron cores with dissipative elements.
• Low voltage drop results in extremely low losses in pass band.
• With microwave version, superior noise suppression up to 100
GHz without dips or leaks.
• All transient spikes effectively dissipated in the lossy mixture
rather than reflected or transferred
• Eliminates ringing effect
1. OPERATING VOLTAGE:
500 VDCW or 125 VACW
25, 60, 400, and 1,000 Hz.
4 ATTENUATION CHARACTERISTICS:
Per MIL-STD-220A, 50Ω System
6. END SEALS (Optional):
Hermetically glass sealed
Epoxy resin sealed
Silicon rubber press-seal
7. END TERMINALS:
Threaded stud with nuts
Also to customer specifications
Tubular Filters: Cadmium plated or hot-tinned
Boxed Filters: Hot-tin dipped, paint if required
For 10 seconds at least 3 times maximum
-55˚C to + 100˚ continuous duty Up to 150˚C