CleanSweep® Soldering AC EMI Filters

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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.

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Tip Current from EMI on AC & Ground
Tip current was measured with Tektronix' CT-1 probe (5mA/mA)

What is EMI?  A formal definition of Electromagnetic Interference is that it is a malfunction of equipment caused by excessive high-frequency signals, either radiated (via air), or conducted (via wires).  Often it is also called RFI - Radio Frequency Interference.  Most conventionally, EMI is understood as undesirable high-frequency signals, and EMI filters as devices that suppress such signals while preserving the "good" ones.         

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