At SPS in Nuremburg this year Schaffner will be sending their experts to showcase a number of new products from 2023, one in particular is their Active Filter Technology to help combat the challenges the market is facing ahead of the new EMC regulations that will be introduced in 2026.
Filtering Is Key to Achieving Compliance
Only 8% of survey respondents felt they did not need filtering at all to achieve compliance but a staggering 86% felt that they might need active filtering. Active and passive EMC filters are both used to reduce electromagnetic interference (EMI) in electronic devices. Schaffner can deliver effective passive solutions and is also developing innovative active solutions for their customers. This will be a key part of the discussions to be had at SPS this year.
As well as showcasing solutions for EMC regulation challenges Schaffner's experts will also be on hand to discuss our latest product announcements like the FN304X low leakage current filters designed to fill the gap in the robotics market and other industrial applications for low-profile 3-phase filters. Schaffner strives to deliver solutions that minimize electromagnetic and harmonic interferences across a multitude of applications. At SPS this year the focus will be on sharing their unrivaled industry expertise to help solve customers' challenges.
Learn more from Schaffner's experts on how to solve the challenges that the new regulations pose.