inductive circuit

inductive circuit

[in′dək·tiv ′sər·kət]
(electricity)
A circuit containing a higher value of inductive reactance than capacitive reactance.
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Neural network controlled optimized switched capacitor connected to the inductive circuit.
The figure 8&9 shows the power factor obtained in an inductive circuit with and without using PSO Algorthim and the system performances are compared in Table 1.
2 cm corresponds to the minimum air gap between the RX antenna and the body surface, because the receiver antenna must be enough away from the body phantom to operate correctly as an inductive circuit.
introduced its 2600 series of rocker switches for power applications with capacitive and inductive circuits as well as common resistive circuits.
APEM Components recently released the 2600 Series of rocker switches, which are designed for power applications with capacitive and inductive circuits, as well as common resistive circuits.
Additionally, high avalanche ruggedness makes the technology very robust in inductive circuits.
is offering its 2600 Series of rocker switches that are designed for power applications with capacitive and inductive circuits as well as common resistive circuits.