FIN3755.007.M Enerdoor 3-Phase EMC Filter 480VAC

Request for Quote
In Stock
  • Product Type: EMC Filter
  • Amps: 7A Rated Current
  • Connector: Safety Terminal Block Connector
  • Dimensions: 48mm W x 190mm D x 78mm H
  • Protection Rating: IP20
  • Temperature Rating: -40 to 85°C
  • Voltage: 0-480VAC
  • Weight: 1.43 lbs

FIN3755.007.M Enerdoor EMI/RFI 3-Phase Filter, 0-480VAC 50/60Hz, 7A Rated Current, Safety Terminal Block Connector, IP20, 48mm W x 190mm D x 78mm H, 1.1Kg weight, -40 to 85 C Deg Climatic Class, 250,000 Hrs MTBF @ 40 C Deg, 5 Year Warranty.

Browse All FIN3755 Products

Browse All Enerdoor Products

Discontinued Item: Only available quantity can be purchased. Sign In or Register to see avaialable stock count.

Contact Our Motion Control & Automation Experts

Contact our experts to answer questions or help you with your application needs.


  • Control & Automation Engineering
  • Control Panel Services
  • Control System Design
  • Machine Vision Services
  • Maint/Repair Service Contracts
  • PLC Services
  • Rexroth Indramat Repair Center

Product Description

EMI/RFI Filter with very high attenuation for industrial applications.

Model FIN3755 Features
  • Rated Current from 7 to 280A
  • Very high differential and common mode attenuation
  • Excellent performance and value
  • 5 Year warranty
  • Safety terminal block connector
  • Extremely compact design
  • Variable frequency drives / servo drives
  • Automated machinery
  • Packaging machinery
  • HVAC systems

Dimension Drawing

dimension drawing


Education on Electrical Noise

Episode 9: EMC Installation - Preventing Electrical Ghosts

episode 9 preventing electrical ghostsToday we're taking a break from all the mechanical topics and are going to talk about an electrical one: electrical noise. I've talked to people who don't believe in electrical noise, but I guarantee you that when you've had the problem, and found out what it was, you will wish you had known this.



Episode 10: EMC Installation - Why do I need a Mains Filter

episode 10 why do I need a mains filterContinuing on talking about electrical noise, I often times have suggested mains filters to customers and they say, “Well I'm not shipping my system to Europe so I don't need it.” But there are very good reasons for putting a mains filter on your system even when you're not shipping it to Europe. Let's take a look at this.


Episode 11: EMC Installation - Selecting a Mains Filter

episode 11 selecting a mains filterI am continuing my conversation with you about EMC installation. We talked about electrical noise, where it comes from and how we control it. We talked about the reasons for Mains filters. Now I'm going to talk a little bit about how to select Mains filters and unfortunately, it's a real black art.