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Old 25th September 2002, 04:44 PM   #1
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Default Know any thing about Schaffner RWK 305?

I wonder can I use this choke in my PSU, if yes where in the power supply schematic I can install it. It is for motor protection, but can I use it as transformer protection and reduce noise in the transformer?

RWK 305 Series The Schaffner RWK 305 Series of dv/dt chokes offers designers and operators reliable and cost-effective motor protection.
The chokes are manufactured with an open-frame design, using vacuum impregnation to minimise humming.
They are built with UL-rated materials and offer a variety of off-the-shelf ratings which can be readily adjusted to meet customer-specific requirements.
The innovative design of the RWK 305 Series ensures a longer, more reliable motor life.
With a voltage drop of 0.8% uk, the new chokes reduce the dv/dt stress caused by the pulsewidth modulated (PWM) output signal of modern drives, protecting the motor windings and reducing harmonics inside the motor.
Fewer magnetic losses in the motor means a lower operating temperature and a smoother signal in the motor cables causes less disturbance to neighbouring cables and equipment.
Ideal for use in servo drive applications, RWK 305 chokes cause no reduction in the control dynamic of the motor drive.
The series also makes a cost-effective alternative to sinusoidal output filters in some applications, and is ideal for use in areas requiring short motor cables, from 3 to 30m.
Application potential is wide and diverse, including machine tools, woodworking machines, vacuum pumps, laser technology, textile machines, elevators, robotics and a vast array of building automation.
The series is designed for three-phase 400V AC supplies, and offers current ratings from 2.1 to 2300A at 40C, in small incremental steps.
They can be operated at motor frequencies of 50/60Hz and switching frequencies from 2 to 16kHz.
Typical dv/dt reduction is a factor of five.
The parts conform to EN61558-2-20 and have a protection rating of IP00/VBG4.
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