ABOUT INDUCTOR COIL
How do Indictor Coils works?
These are passive electronic components that make use of a conductor that is moved into a coil when electricity flows from left to right in the coil and generates a magnetic field in the clockwise direction.
What is the difference between a coil and an inductor?
The only difference between a coil and an inductor is a passive element introducing inductance into the electrical circuit.
Where Inductor Coil is used?
Inductors are capable of storing electrical energy in the form of magnetic energy. Used in analog circuits and signal processing, it finds its application in a wide range of power supplies. Choke coil switches are used in alternating current, Toroidal coils
and Ferrite coils
are manufactured by Shah Electronics.
Applications for INDUCTOR COIL
Choke coil switches are used in alternating current, toroidal coils, and ferrite coils are manufactured by Shah Electronics. It also finds its application in AC/DC Converters, DC/DC Converters, SMPS Charger Circuits, LED Drivers, Display Unit Drivers, Special purpose SMPS Power Supply units, Inveters, solar battery chargers, solar inverters, solar lighting supplies.