inductive surge

inductive surge

[in′dək·tiv ′sərj]
(electromagnetism)
A surge in voltage caused by sudden interruption of current in an inductive circuit.
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For inductive load switching the device has an unclamped inductive surge (UIS) capability for single and repetitive pulses (625mJ at 70A).
The fast-acting design responds quickly to both overloads and short-circuit current, and the time-delay allows harmless inductive surges to pass without needless fuse opening.
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