capacitive load

capacitive load

[kə¦pas·əd·iv ¦lōd]
(electromagnetism)
A load in which the capacitive reactance exceeds the inductive reactance; the load draws a leading current.
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The building will fully take over the functional and capacitive load from the current inadequate or insufficient space.
Similarly, for inductive to capacitive load, the proposed Enhanced PQ with average algorithm also shows the best performance with response time of 0.
In selecting the capacitive load to the secondary winding in the circuit of the transformer we have used the capacitor values as shown in Figure 8.
Figure 8 indicates the frequency response of the proposed circuit for 80 pF capacitive load.
3ῼ, sink or source 3A of peak current, and switch an 1800pF capacitive load in 10ns with typical delay times of 50ns.
Fast 39 us propagation delay times and 20 ns driver rise/fall times for a 1 1-1F capacitive load.
We propose and design the padless PTH via to further reduce the capacitive load from the conventional pads at the via-ends.
The iLoad Digital USB sensor is the company's first capacitive load sensor with USB output.
The pads must be kept small, with optimized anti-pads or clearance holes; otherwise the capacitive load of the microvia would contribute its own rise time degradation.
5) With a capacitive load at the open-circuited element ends, the filter becomes physically compact in the transverse direction.
The device also includes an adaptively controlled soft start, which enables fast start-up for a wide range of output voltages from 5V to 12V and higher, while driving a large capacitive load.
In case of capacitive load character energy metering accuracy could be evaluated by such expression: