An inductor is a device that connects metal rods, called coils, with a magnetic field.
The magnetic field creates an electric current that flows through the coils and creates an inductor.
These devices can be used to create a variety of devices, such as a speaker, display, or other electronic device.
The inductor markets have exploded in recent years as companies have been able to produce the type of devices that are typically used in home electronics, but are also very expensive.
The market for inductors is booming, and with the increasing popularity of these devices comes increased demand.
It is estimated that in 2018, there were more than 11 million active inductors in the U.S., up from about 5.7 million in 2017.
In 2018, the market for all inductors reached an all-time high of about 4.7 billion, according to data from research firm IDC.
Inductors can be a boon to homeowners, with the potential for increased efficiency, as well as to companies that produce these devices, like the manufacturer that makes the inductor, according with the National Inductance Society.
There are three main types of inductors, according the National Association of Home Builders.
These are the inductors used in high-voltage home wiring and for many other types of devices.
There is also an all inductor category, which includes devices for electric vehicle charging, wireless communications, and other applications.