BLM21AG601SN1

Manufacturer Part NumberBLM21AG601SN1
ManufacturerMurata
BLM21AG601SN1 datasheet
 


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Characteristics of Inductors Used in EMI Suppression Filters

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7. Characteristics of Inductors Used
in EMI Suppression Filters
General-purpose inductors also function to suppress
noise when configured in series with a noise producing
circuit. However, when general-purpose inductors are
used, resonance may result in peripheral circuits, signal
wave forms may become distorted, and satisfactory
impedance may not be obtained at noise frequencies
(due to insufficient high frequency impedance
characteristics).
The inductors used for MURATA's EMI suppression filters
are designed to function nearly as a resistor at noise fre-
quencies, which greatly reduces the possibility of
resonance and leaves signal wave forms undistorted.
And since sufficient impedance is obtained for
frequencies ranging to hundreds of MHz, these
specifically designed inductors operate effectively to
suppress high-frequency noise. (See Fig.)
8. Capacitive-Inductive EMI Suppression Filters
If capacitive and inductive suppression characteristics are
combined, it is possible to configure a much higher
performance filter. In signal circuit applications where this
combination is applied, noise suppression effects which
have little influence on the signal wave form become
possible.
This type of filter is also effective in the suppression of
high-speed signal circuit noise. When used in DC power
circuits, capacitive-inductive filters prevent resonance
from occurring in peripheral circuits, thus making it
possible to achieve significant noise suppression under
normal service conditions.
9. Other EMI Suppression Filters
In addition to the capacitive-inductive filter, MURATA also
has an EMI suppression filter (EMIGUARDr) combining
a capacitor with a varistor, useful for surge absorption;
and a common mode choke coil effective, for common
mode noise suppression.
MURATA also has a range of built-in filter connectors
which greatly reduce filter mounting space requirements.
Noise Suppression Principles by DC EMIFILr
[Equivalent Circuit]
(Resistance element becomes dominant at high frequency.)
[Example of impedance frequency characteristics of
inductor type EMIFILr]
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