decoupling network

decoupling network

[dē′kəp·liŋ ‚net‚wərk]
(electricity)
Any combination of resistors, coils, and capacitors placed in power supply leads or other leads that are common to two or more circuits, to prevent unwanted interstage coupling.
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The key to the successful design of a capacitor decoupling network is choosing the right capacitors and using the right layout.
An internal coupling and decoupling network allows testing on AC and DC power lines of up to 260V and 16A.
For added versatility, two decoupling networks in parallel with added decoupling units enable 200 A per phase in single phase applications.