Inductive Reactance Calculator

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In an alternating current (AC) circuit, inductive reactance is the resistance to the induced current. Inductive reactance, often known as impedance, is measured in ohms just like resistance.

A wire coil serves as the inductor. The electric field is created as the current flows through the wire or the coil. An increased number of turns in the coil should result in a more powerful induced field. Inductance refers to the phenomenon through which an electric field is generated.

The formula for inductive reactance is as follows:

XL= 2π ƒL

Where,

XL = Inductive reactance in ohms

f = Frequency in Hertz

L = Inductance of a coil in Henry

Enter Frequency and Inductance to calculate Inductive Reactance:

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