A line reactor is an inductor wired between a power source and a load. In addition to the current limiting function, the device serves to filter out spikes of current and may also reduce injection of harmonic currents into the power supply. The most common type is designed for three-phase electric power, in which three isolated inductors are each wired in series with one of the three line phases. Line reactors are generally installed in motor driven equipment to limit starting current, and may be used to protect Variable-frequency drives and motors.


  • Power Capacity: 0.5 HP to 50 HP
  • Continuous current: 1 Ampere to 90 Ampere
  • No of Phase: 3-Phase
  • Rated Voltage: 415V
  • Frequency: 50 Hz
  • Ambient Temperature: 45 °C
  • Construction: Open enclosed with supporting angular channels
  • Winding: Separated winding
  • Insulation class of winding wire/conductor: Class F (155 °C)
  • Terminals: Spring tension cage type or screw type terminals
  • Make of Terminal: Wago/ Elmax/Phoenix
  • Impedance: Approx. 3%
  • Vacuum impregnation