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Feedthrough filter with easy connection

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mtwieg

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Hello, for a project I have some electronics located in a shielded enclosure, operating in close proximity to a severe source of EMI. However I need to measure the DC voltage of a DC bus outside the enclosure, so I'm forced to have wires running outside the shield. Also the DC bus is not common to the shield potential, so coaxial cable will not work. I've been looking at feedthrough filters, but all I can find are feedthrough capacitors which terminate in metal stubs, which I suppose must be soldered to. If possible I hope to have a nice connector to plug my sense leads into (preferably with an integrated common mode choke), but that doesn't seem to be possible with the capacitors. Is there a type of panel mount filter that terminates in a connector, similar to AC power entry filters? Or is there an easy way to terminate the lugs on feedthrough caps with a connector?
 

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