Manufacturer: Deltron AG
The filtered D-Sub connectors from Deltron AG are produced to an exceptional quality at their factory in Switzerland. The FP and PI filter connectors have been specially developed for high-end industrial applications and offer excellent protection against EMI (electro-magnetic interference) and RFI (radio frequency interference).
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The filtered D-Sub connectors from Deltron AG are produced to an exceptional quality at their factory in Switzerland. The FP and PI filter connectors have been specially developed for high-end industrial applications and offer excellent protection against EMI (electro-magnetic interference) and RFI (radio frequency interference). Deltron AG’s range of filtered D-Subs connectors are also available with a range of filter values from 180pF up to 6800pF and are fully customisable for nearly any application.
The entire range of filtered D-Sub connectors are manufactured to both MIL-C-24308 and IEC 60807 (DIN 41652) standards. These are available in 9, 15, 25 or 37 poles in both plug and socket configurations. These connectors are offered with straight, 90° angled or SMD contacts in solder pin, solder cup or press-fit variations.
With such a large range of to choose from and with many customisable options please feel free to contact us to discuss your requirements.
|I/O Type||Filtered D-Sub|
|FP Filter Range||180pF up to 6800pF|
|Pi Filter Range||100pF up to 5000pF|
|Operating Temperature||-55°C to +125°C|
Filtered D-Sub Connectors by Deltron AG
D-Sub is the shortened and more widely used name for a D-subminiature connector. These are a style of connector which have a D shaped housing in which sits different numbers of electrical contacts. However, with recent advancements, some D-sub combination connectors are able to include non-electrical contacts e.g. hydraulic connections.
A filtered D-sub is a connector that has been designed to reduce high-frequency interference from EMI (electromagnetic interference) or RFI (Radio frequency interference). The simplest way to achieve this is through a C or feed-through filter which incorporates a single capacitor placed between the ground and the signal line of the contacts. This then acts as a low pass filter meaning low frequencies are able to pass through with a minimal effect on the signal strength while the higher frequencies relating to EMI and RFI are attenuated. This means that any interference from inside a product is not released out into the surrounding environment and/or any external interference is not transferred to the inside of the product.
It is advantageous to use a filtered D-sub connector when electromagnetic compatibility compliance (EMC) is required or alternatively when better Electromagnetic interference (EMI) control is required. They offer an easy way to reduce EMI and RFI (radio frequency interference) from entering or exiting a device while not adding to the overall size of the connector. They can also achieve a cost-saving benefit when used instead of purchasing and installing sperate D-sub connectors and filter components.