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MA-2023
MA-2023
POWER LINE FILTER, RFI FILTER, E
KEMET
16
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ActiveSingle PhaseSingle Stage250V250V2 A-General PurposeCSA, TUV, UL-25°C ~ 55°CThrough HolePC Pins-
MA-2023
MA-2013
POWER LINE FILTER, RFI FILTER, E
KEMET
37
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ActiveSingle PhaseSingle Stage250V250V1 A-General PurposeCSA, TUV, UL-25°C ~ 55°CThrough HolePC Pins-
MA-2053
MA-2053
POWER LINE FILTER, RFI FILTER, E
KEMET
0
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ActiveSingle PhaseSingle Stage250V250V5 A-General PurposeCSA, TUV, UL-25°C ~ 55°CThrough HolePC Pins-
MA-2033
MA-2033
POWER LINE FILTER, RFI FILTER, E
KEMET
0
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ActiveSingle PhaseSingle Stage250V250V3 A-General PurposeCSA, TUV, UL-25°C ~ 55°CThrough HolePC Pins-
MA-2023
MA-2043
POWER LINE FILTER, RFI FILTER, E
KEMET
0
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50 : $25.22320
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ActiveSingle PhaseSingle Stage250V250V4 A-General PurposeCSA, TUV, UL-25°C ~ 55°CThrough HolePC Pins-
MA1206DIN
MA1206DIN
LINE FILTER 250VDC/VAC 6A DIN
TDK-Lambda Americas Inc
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Obsolete-Single Stage250V250V6 A-General PurposeCSA, SEMKO, UL-40°C ~ 85°CDIN RailTerminal Block-
MA1210DIN
MA1210DIN
LINE FILTER 250VDC/VAC 10A DIN
TDK-Lambda Americas Inc
0
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Obsolete-Single Stage250V250V10 A-General PurposeCSA, SEMKO, UL-40°C ~ 85°CDIN RailTerminal Block-
LINE FILTER 250VDC/VAC 16A DIN
MA1216DIN
LINE FILTER 250VDC/VAC 16A DIN
TDK-Lambda Americas Inc
0
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Obsolete-Single Stage250V250V16 A-General PurposeCSA, SEMKO, UL-40°C ~ 85°CDIN RailTerminal Block-
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Power Line Filter Modules


Power line filter modules are modularized passive component assemblies that are used to inhibit current flow through power supply conductors at frequencies outside that which is nominal for the intended supply. Commonly used in conjunction with AC utility power sources, they are used both to mitigate interference caused by outside sources as well as suppress potential interference which might be caused by a connected device.