Line Reactors

Osborne line reactors are electromagnetic components consisting of one or more electrical inductor elements generally wired between a power source and an electrical load. The most common type of line reactor is designed for three phase electrical power and consists of three isolated inductors, each wired in series with one of the three line phases. Line reactors will oppose rapid changes in current and therefore serve to attenuate current spikes and limit peak currents. They can also act as low-pass filters and, as such,  may be used to filter harmonic currents and reduce harmonic distortion in supply and/or load voltages.


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Featured Osborne Line Reactors

Line Reactor Design Options Table

Spec Range Available
Input Voltage: 1 – 10,000 Volts
Secondary Voltage: 0.001 – 20,000 Amps
Frequency Range: 10 Hertz – 1 Mega-Hertz
Inductance Ratings: 10 Micro-Henries – 100 Henries
Dielectric Strength: XXX
Terminals: Wire Leads – Finger Safe
Agency Approvals: UL, CSA, CE and/or TUV

What Are Osborne’s Line Reactor Design Options?

“Design Options” refers to the types of features typically available for Osborne’s Line Reactors. We share these options to help you determine if Osborne’s capabilities are a good fit for your project.

If you’re looking to develop a custom line reactor and it fits in the ranges of Osborne’s line reactor design options table, there’s a great chance that we can make your project a success. Call Osborne today at 800-229-9410.

Why Choose Osborne?

Premium line reactors are ideal for select applications. Does your project demand exceptional design service and high performance? If so, please consider our Design Options page for details about the performance benefits of application specific engineering. Next we encourage you to visit our Partners page for a clear idea of Osborne’s unique collaborative development approach.