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2022
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Newark Becomes a Key Distribution Partner of Astrodyne TDI

The partnership will help customers address their EMI/EMC filter requirements for demanding applications worldwide.

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Newark, an Avnet Company and global distributor of electronic components, products and solutions, has announced Astrodyne TDI as its distribution partner in North America.

Astrodyne TDI provides durable and dependable EMI filters for a variety of applications including industrial, professional-grade appliances, medical, aerospace, semiconductor, and military.

Through this partnership, Newark will stock Astrodyne TDI’s full suite of standard EMI filters, including single-phase, three-phase, IEC inlet, and power modules for an extensive variety of applications that require ‘plug and play’ EMI/EMC filter integration.

EMI/EMC filters are gaining traction owing to their ability to offer protection from the impact of electromagnetic interference, which can lead to equipment malfunction, and failure to meet EMC compliance. Some of the popular products now available from Newark include:

·       Astrodyne TDI RP100 series: RP100 is a compact single stage power line filters that come with QD tabs or wireleads option. Its rated currents include 3A, 6A and 10A. They are used in food service equipment, industrial and mechanical lighting, home appliances and consumer electronics 
·       Astrodyne TDI 084 series: 084 is an easy to install integrated power entry module with two safety fuses and on/off switch. It is available with quick disconnected tabs and wire lead options. Its rated currents include 1A, 3A, 6A and 10A. These filters are used for home appliances, small medical equipment as well as T&M/ lab equipment 
·       Astrodyne TDI RP305 series: RP305 is a compact 3-phase delta single stage power line filter. It’s rated currents include 6A, 10A, 20A, 30A, 40A, 60A and 80A. It comes with wire, studs, and connectors option. They are used in high power rectifiers, uninterrupted power supplies, factory machinery and alternative energy

We are excited to be partnered with Newark Electronics and we look forward to leveraging their unique connection to the engineering network. We feel this network will allow Astrodyne TDI EMI Filters to gain additional recognition in the electronics marketplace,” stated Ron Hamaoui, VP of the EMI Filters Business Unit at Astrodyne TDI.

“Newark aims to offer our community of designers and engineers the very best range of products from the world’s leading manufacturers.” said Dave Beck, Head of Product Management, IP&E at Farnell and Newark. “Astrodyne TDI offers some of the most reliable and durable designs in the market, where safety is such an important focus. We are delighted to bring this range to our customers.”

Astrodyne TDI products are available in North America from Newark.

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