Fixed Inductors

Fixed inductors are electronic components that store energy in a magnetic field and release it as an electrical current. They have a fixed inductance value, meaning the amount of energy they can store is predetermined and does not change. These inductors are commonly used in power supplies, filters, and other electronic circuits to regulate voltage levels or block DC currents while allowing AC signals to pass through. They come in various shapes, sizes, and materials, such as air-core, ferrite, or powdered iron, each with its own unique characteristics and applications.

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