Inductive Loads in Life Safety Applications

Publisher: LifeSafety Power, Inc.

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Inductive Loads in Life Safety Applications

Many loads in the life safety industry are inductive in nature. Inductive loads are devices which use coils of wire to generate a magnetic field - these include magnetic locks, door strikes, solenoids, crash bars, and electric motors as well as other devices. Unlike a simple resistive load, inductive loads can present some challenges when integrating them into a DC power system.