At what frequencies do Flex Suppressors work?
Each series of Flex Suppressors have a different response curve. In general, Flex Suppressor is useful for noise above 1MHz. The EFG series is capable of suppression up to 10GHz.
Note that µ’ is defined as inductance and µ’’ is defined as magnetic impedance (loss). A high µ’ material has a strong magnetic field, absorbs more EMI, and is better at absorbing and reshaping magnetic fields. µ’’ is a critical parameter to look at when trying to attenuate EMI/RFI. Higher µ’’ values are better at suppressing unwanted noise.
The KEMET Flex Suppressor Datasheet contains more information.
- Added on:
Wednesday, August 17th, 2016