inductive filter

inductive filter

[in′dək·tiv ′fil·tər]
(electronics)
A low-pass filter used for smoothing the direct-current output voltage of a rectifier; consists of one or more sections in series, each section consisting of an inductor on one of the pair of conductors in series with a capacitor between the conductors. Also known as LC filter.
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Because of Diode Bridge rectifier and inductive filter present in the output circuit.
An inductive filter is designed to prevent damage to any three-phase electronic system plagued by capacitor or large load switching.
The inductive filter prevents damage to any three-phase electronic system plagued by capacitor or large load switching.
Unfortunately, there is no inductive filter on the secondary side of the transformers, which could, in turn, produce voltages greater than 150 V across the two diodes D1 and D2, ultimately making the double dual-flyback topology unacceptable.
Signal's CH and CL chokes are designed to complement the rectifier power transformers so that a set may be specified for DC power supplies using inductive filters.