CleanSweep® Soldering AC EMI Filters

CleanSweep Soldering AC EMI Filter
CleanSweep Soldering AC EMI Filter Back View
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Comply with IPC-A-610 sect. 3.1.1, ANSI/ESD STM13.1 and SEMI E176 with our soldering filters.

 

Did you know that IPC-A-610 limits EMI-caused spikes from soldering irons and similar tools to no more than 300mV for sensitive components? While your professional-grade soldering iron may not generate such spikes by itself, your facility power and ground easily injects such signals into your soldering setup.

OnFILTER's patented soldering filters prevent EMI-caused electrical overstress (EOS) in soldering process - sometimes called EIPD - electrically induced physical damage).  The filters block electromagnetic interference on both power lines and ground going to the soldering iron, plus they provide EMI-free ground for your workbench or a fixture which you would use as your ESD grounding.  In short, these filters create electrically quiet EMI-free "eco-zone" between the tip of the soldering iron and ground of the bench and, ultimately, circuit board and its components.


Use of CleanSweep® soldering filters is very simple: plug your soldering iron through the small-size soldering filter and connect ground of your workbench or board under assembly to the ground terminal of the filter as shown below. 

Comply with IPC-A-610 sect. 3.1.1, ANSI/ESD STM13.1 and SEMI E176 with our soldering filters.

 

Did you know that IPC-A-610 limits EMI-caused spikes from soldering irons and similar tools to no more than 300mV for sensitive components? While your professional-grade soldering iron may not generate such spikes by itself, your facility power and ground easily injects such signals into your soldering setup.

Soldering Iron Filter Setup
Soldering filter setup
Specification
All specifications are subject to change without notice
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Select Filter Model by Outlet Type
Model
Outlet
Type
Vac
I, A
APN515LG
N515
125
3
APEUSKFG
Schuko
250
3
APEUUKLG
U.K.
250
3
APCN1ALG
China/AU
250
3
Tip Current from EMI on AC & Ground
Soldering Iron Tip Current without CleanSwep Soldering Filter
Soldering Iron Tip Current with CleanSwep Soldering Filter
Tip current was measured with Tektronix' CT-1 probe (5mA/mA)
Application Notes

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