Electric Inductance

In electromagnetism and electronics, inductance can be defined as the property by which a change in current creates an electromotive force in both the conductor of the current (self-inductance) and nearby conductors (mutual inductance).

These effects are demonstrated by two fundamental laws: Oersted’s law (steady magnetic field) and Faraday’s law of induction (varying magnetic field).

In the International System of units the inductance is measured in henry (H).

These online unit converters are designed to support fast and accurate conversion among several units of electric inductance, from one system into another.

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How to use this converter

  1. Find the unit you want to convert from
  2. Click right after it
  3. Enter the value you want to convert
  1. The calculator will automatically convert the value in the other units

How to use this converter

  1. Find the unit you want to convert from
  2. Click right after it
  3. Enter the value you want to convert
  1. The calculator will automatically convert the value in the other units

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