inductor definition

  • noun:
    • One that inducts, specifically a tool that functions by or introduces inductance into a circuit.
    • a passive device that presents inductance into an electrical circuit
    • an evocator or an organizer
    • the one who inducts another into an office or benefice.
    • That portion of a power device, by which could be the inducing fee or current.
    • one that inducts; the one who inducts another into an office or fee.
    • In electricity, any part of a musical instrument or apparatus which acts inductively on another or is so put to work. See earth-inductor.
    • exclusively:
    • The revolving element of an inductor-alternator.
    • An induction-coil.
    • an electric product (typically a conducting coil) that presents inductance into a circuit

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