Inductive is a term referring to induction in electronic components.
Induction is a phenomenon in electromagnetism in which electrical energy is generated as the magnetic field changes.
In electronic components, induction is usually used to transmit electrical signals or power, or to detect electrical signals.
Inductive components commonly used in electronic components include inductors, transformers, capacitors, and sensors.
For example, an inductor stores current and creates an electromagnetic field, while a transformer converts voltage or current and delivers power.
Therefore, when the term electronic component inductive is used, it can mean any component that utilizes induction in an electronic component.
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