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A inductor is basically a coil of a wound wire.
When a current flows through the coil, it generates a magnetic field.
This property is used in relays, electric motors and loudspeakers.
On the other hand, the inductor , also known as reaktor,
is used in resonant circuits,
frequency filters, and noeise reduction applications.
Here you get to know all
about the main characteristics and applications of the inductor.