An inductor is a passive electrical component which is able to create induction voltage.

An inductor, also called an inductance, in its basic configuration consists of wire coils. The inductor provides two terminals.

If an inductor is connected to a DC voltage, then an exponentially increasing current will flow.

Adjustable parameters

Designation Range Default value
Inductance 1E-3 ... 1E4 mH 100

See also