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## Are LED lights resistive or inductive load?

LEDs are **a nonlinear load** and probably these lamps will not have a power factor correction converter. This means that the current will not be sinusoidal therefore you will have some reactive power flowing. There may be a PFC choke before the rectifier bridge.

## What is the resistance of an LED bulb?

the LED resistance to be **3713 ohms**.

## What is capacitive load example?

**Capacitors, variable or fixed Capacitor banks, motor starting Capacitors, generators, and synchronous motors** are examples of capacitive loads. In nature,ctive and capacitive loads are different. The system will only have real power if there are equal amounts of both loads.

## Are light bulbs purely resistive?

Old incandescent lightbulbs have **a purely resistive metal filament**, through which flows an alternating current. … Another incandescent bulb, with an average power usage of 100 W, is connected to the same AC power source, with the same frequency and maximum voltage.

## What are examples of resistive loads?

Resistive Load

Two common examples of resistive loads are **incandescent lamps and electric heaters**. Resistive loads consume electrical power in such a manner that the current wave remains in phase with the voltage wave. That means, power factor for a resistive load is unity.

## Is an incandescent bulb resistive?

The typical cold resistance of a 100 W incandescent lamp is **about 9.5 ohms**. If that resistance stayed the same with 120 V applied, Ohm’s Law tells us that the bulb would draw about 12.5 amps and dissipate about 1,500 watts. … It turns out that at 120 V, the resistance is about 144 ohms, 15 times the cold resistance.

## How do you determine the resistance of an LED?

We’ll use the following formula to determine the resistor value: **Resistor = (Battery Voltage – LED voltage) / desired LED current**. For a typical white LED that requires 10mA, powered by 12V the values are: (12-3.4)/. 010=860 ohms. To use several LEDs in parallel, sum the current values.

## Why LED does not follow Ohm’s law?

The resistor is ohmic at low voltages (potential differences), but becomes non-ohmic at high voltages. The high voltages create heat removing a resistor from its ohmic region. The light bulb is non-ohmic because the filament burns at high temperatures. LEDs are non-ohmic **because they are semiconductors**.

## Do LEDs have internal resistance?

Thus, the internal resistance of **the LED is 13 Ω**. Of course, you must also include the forward voltage drop of the LED in your calculations, which is responsible for the shift to the right between the resistor and the real LED lines.