This shows how inductive kickback can be blocked with a diode. -- Credits: Mr. Paul Falstad.
|Rupak said: (Oct 22, 2010)|
|Can anybody please tell me what is inductive kickback and why is that capacitor used in that circuit?|
|Don Brent said: (Mar 8, 2013)|
|When current flows through the inductor it creates a magnetic field around the inductor when the current stops the magnetic field collapse back through the winding of the inductor. This generates a voltage across the inductor as the voltages induced on each winding is in series with one another.
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