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Servo Motor / VFD Filter SF20101

OnFILTER' Servo Motor / VFD Filter SF20101

This filter qualifies for UL 508A panels by being certified to UL1283 and/or UL/IEC60939 Standards

Servo / VFD EMI filters help to substantially reduce EMI in the equipment and to protect motor's bearing from EDM-caused fluting.  These patented filters are complete multiple-mode filters, providing comprehensive noise reduction, not just reactors.

This model of servo motor/VFD filter is most suited for motors consuming up to 10A.  For higher currents please see our 20A versions.  For lower current applications see our 3A model.   If you are looking to include an AC input filter for the drive, please see our combo model which combines in one small package both motor and AC filters.  For DIN rail mount see our SV20101 filter.

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"We tested the servo filter on another system, this time with Kollmorgen motors. We saw another significant reduction in noise on our signal"  (P.M.,U.K.)

If you are not sure which specific model would work with your drive/motor, send us a legible photo of drive and/or motor label and if you know, the specific models 

  • No mechanical attachments

  • No changes in software

  • No adjustments

Mounting Dimensions

Basic Connections and Performance of  Servo/VFD Motor Filter SF20101

SF20031, SF20032 and SF20101
OnFILTER' Servo Motor / VFD Filter SF20101 Connections and Performance
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Servo / VFD Filter Connections
Servo / VFD Motor Ground Current without Filter-Annotated
Servo / VFD Motor Ground Current with SF Series Filter
Servo / VFD Drive Pulse Edge Modification using SF Series Filter

Ground Current Reduction with SF Series Motor Filters

Pulse Edge Modification

Application Notes

Filters for Servo Motors and VFD


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