Exxelia at EMV
Exxelia is pleased to exhibit at EMV 2019 in Stuttgart, Germany from March 19 to 21 inHall C2 Booth# 113, Exxelia will be introducing a new filter design conception.
Showcased at Exxelia’s booth #113 in Hall C2, will be Asymmetric filter solutions, the most optimized design in the market.
Smaller, lighter and consequently easier to install, Exxelia is the only manufacturer to solve HEMP requirements with Asymmetric filter designs, hence addressing the security challenges of tomorrow.
Exxelia pushes the limits of design with the new BDP series allowing a 50% space saving in your installation while keeping high technical specifications (insertion loss of 80dB, 1250A, 300kHz to 18GHz) and complying with the MIL STD 188 125 1&2 test requirements.
Asymmetric designs allow to combine safety and miniaturization while still handling HEMP and TEMPEST requirements. Three important benefits stand out from this conception, starting with a lower heat dissipation: as no magnetic field is generated, inductors suffer no heat dissipation. Secondly, the leakage is significantly lower thanks to a low value capacitance. Finally by using only one common inductor, these designs definitely save space.
Dr. Guillaume Aubard, Exxelia Filters’ Business Development Manager will be speaking at EMV Forum Hall C2-319 on March 20th from 3:40pm to 4pm about the Asymmetric filter solutions for HEMP and TEMPEST following by a Q&A.
WT83 - HIGH CAPACITANCE WET TANTALUM
Capacitance values have been strongly increased with Exxelia's new range of tantalum capacitors: WT83 is an extension of the ST79 families (according to CLR93 MIL values) but with double the capacitance. That is a pass for impactful miniaturization of existing designs by playing on both size and weight (for instance, WT83 offers 470µf 100V in a D size, whereas ST79 only gives 220µF in the same other conditions).