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  • CNW 161

    PLC-Filter

    CNW 161
    • Nominal Voltage: 250 V
    • Rated current: 16 A
    • Leakage current: <3 mA

    REO PLC filters are successfully where there is radio frequency disturbances in Powerline Communication (PLC) applications where signals are used to control smart meters in smart grids or devices such as street lighting, storage heating or tariff switching.



    The high frequency signal in the grid can cause disturbances in modern devices leading to problems such as:



    • Background noises on radios
    • Interferences to television reception
    • Flickering lights
    • Slow WIFI and LAN performance



    These communication methods can easily be installed and are very cost-effective as they used the existing grid infrastructure. Safety aspects and high immunity to interference are of importance.
    The PLC-filter helps to block unwanted noise and ensure safe and correct Powerline Communication (PLC).
    Interference is prevented from spreading via the network which otherwise might have an impact on connected loads e.g. LED lighting etc.
    Unshielded networks (grids) behave like antennas and which increase the emission of RF signals.
    The maximum noise level of lines used for telecommunication purposes is clearly defined by the EC Directive 89/336/ECC. REO PLC filters help to comply with this standard and to reduce the noise level to a minimum.

  • CNW 163

    PLC-Filter for DIN rail mounting

    CNW 163
    • Nominal Voltage: 250 V
    • Rated current: 16 A
    • Leakage current: <3,5 mA

    The PLC filters CNW 163 eliminate interference in applications in grids with ripple control technology or Powerline Communication (PLC).
    Due to the high-frequency PLC signal in the supply grid, interferences can occur in connected equipment. These interferences can lead to the following negative impacts:



    • Interference noise on the radio
    • Interference on televisions
    • Flickering lights
    • Slow network over mains



    Due to the additional use of the existing mains network, these transmission processes can be quickly and cost-effectively implemented.
    Of particular importance are the safety aspects and the resistance to interference.
    With the PLC filter, the signals of the ripple control and/or the Powerline Communication (PLC) can be filtered and blocked. The interfering signals are prevented from unwanted signal propagation. Due to PLC signals, electrical consumers such as LED lighting can experience interference.
    Furthermore, unshielded power cables behave like antennas and lead to increased emission of signals.
    The maximum interference level of cables that are used for telecommunication purposes is clearly defined by the provisions of use of the EC directive 89/336/EEC.
    REO PLC filters help to remain in compliance with EC directive 89/336/EEC and to reduce the interference level to a minimum.

  • CNW 164

    PLC-Filter for DIN rail mounting

    CNW 164
    • Nominal Voltage: 480 V
    • Rated current: 6, 10, 16, 25 A
    • Leakage current: <3,5 mA

    The 3-phase PLC filter CNW 164 is designed for use in grids with Powerline Communication (PLC = transferring data via the mains network).
    In Powerline Communication, data in the form of high-frequency signals is superimposed onto the line frequency of 50/60 Hz in the supply grid.
    The ripple control signal between EVU and the home power grid is monitored by smart meters.



    This signal is also transmitted into the home power grid, which can lead to electronic consumers experiencing interference.
    This interference can lead to the following negative impacts:


    • Interference noise on the radio
    • Interference on the TV
    • Flickering lights
    • Slow network over mains



    Unshielded power lines behave like antennas and emit these as unwanted interference into the environment.
    The CNW 164 is suited for consolidated elimination of interference in the home power grid.
    The product design allow horizontal or upright mounting.



    Thanks to the easy and quick installation, this line filter is ready for operation in minimal time.
    The CNW 164 is also available for home power grids up to 25 A.
    The PLC filter satisfies EC directive 89/336/EEC.
    The maximum interference level of cables used for telecommunication purposes is clearly defined in this directive and helps to reduce the interference to a minimum.


     


     


     

  • CNW 561/16

    PLC-Filter for DIN rail mounting

    CNW 561/16
    • Nominal Voltage: 250 V
    • Rated current: 16 - 25 A
    • Leakage current: <3,5 mA

    The PLC filters CNW 561/16 eliminate interference in applications in grids with ripple control technology or Powerline Communication (PLC).



    Due to the high-frequency PLC signal in the supply grid, interferences can occur in connected equipment. These interferences can lead to the following negative impacts:



    • Interference noise on the radio
    • Interference on televisions
    • Flickering lights
    • Slow network over mains



    Due to the additional use of the existing mains network, these transmission processes can be quickly and cost-effectively implemented.
    Of particular importance are the safety aspects and the resistance to interference.
    With the PLC filter, the signals of the ripple control and/or the Powerline Communication (PLC) can be filtered and blocked. The interfering signals are prevented from unwanted signal propagation. Due to PLC signals, electrical consumers such as LED lighting can experience interference.
    Furthermore, unshielded power cables behave like antennas and lead to increased emission of signals.



    The maximum interference level of cables that are used for telecommunication purposes is clearly defined by the provisions of use of the EC directive 89/336/EEC.
    REO PLC filters help to remain in compliance with EC directive 89/336/EEC and to reduce the interference level to a minimum.

  • CNW 562/16

    PLC-Filter for DIN rail mounting

    CNW 562/16
    • Nominal Voltage: 250 V
    • Rated current: 16 A
    • Leakage current: <3,5 mA

    The 562 single-phase PLC filter is designed for use in grids with ripple control technology.



    Data in the form of high-frequency ripple control signals is superimposed onto the line frequency of 50/60 Hz in the supply power grid.
    Ripple control signals are used for controlling smart meters in smart grids or devices such as street lights, night storage heating systems or tariff switching (off-peak electricity).



    These transmission processes can be very quickly and cost-effectively implemented due to superimposed.
    Powerline Communication (PLC) is the transmission of data in power grids.
    These signals can be picked up by modern devices and be mis-interpreted as internal control signals. This can lead to malfunctions in the devices.





                             


     


     


     


     

  • CNW 8981 - 60 Hz

    REOWAVEpassive - harmonic filter 60 Hz/480 V (IP20)

    CNW 8981 - 60 Hz
    • Nominal Voltage: 480 V
    • Rated current: 9 - 1200 A
    • Frequency: 60 Hz

    Reduce Harmonics - save up to 30% energy costs.


    The REOWAVE®passive filters harmonics caused by  the B6 circuit (thyristor, diode bridge, etc.) and motor drives. The supply network is relieved by compensating the harmonics reactive power. This enables cost savings in material selection and energy consumption. Starting currents and current peaks are greatly attenuated.


    This increases the service life and reliability of electrical systems. Due to the compact and ready-build  an easy installation is possible.


    The REOWAVE®passive helps to comply with international power quality standards IEEE 519 or EN 61000-3.



    •  Nominal voltage: 480V

    • Frequency: 60Hz

    • In accordance with: EN 60289 / EN 61558

    • Test voltage: L-L 2500 V, DC 1min; L-PE 2500 V, DC 1min

    • Insulation class: T40 / F

    • Protection: IP20

    • Climate class: IEC 60068-1 DIN

    • Protection: IP 20 (also available as IP00 version)

    • Nominal voltage: 480V / 60 Hz

    • Standards: IEEE 519, EN 61000-3-12, EN 61000-3-2, IEC 61000-3-4


     

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