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.