Induction coil

Definition of Induction coil

(Elec.) See under Induction.
an apparatus producing induced currents of great intensity. It consists of a coil or helix of stout insulated copper wire, surrounded by another coil of very fine insulated wire, in which a momentary current is induced, when a current (as from a voltaic battery), passing through the inner coil, is made, broken, or varied. The inner coil has within it a core of soft iron, and is connected at its terminals with a condenser; - called also inductorium, and Ruhmkorff's coil.

See also: Coil Induction

Related Words

coil, ignition coil, spark coil, spark gap, transformer
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