Passive electronic components that do not require power to operate, and include resistors, inductors and capacitors. You can further refine your specific search using the category(ies) below:
Capacitors are electronic components used for storing charge and energy.
Inductors are passive electrical components used to store energy in a magnetic field.
Potentiometers, rheostats and trimmers are three-terminal resistors.
Power factor correction capacitors are used to increase the power factor by supplying reactive
power when installed at or near inductive electrical equipment.
Resistors and potentiometers are passive electronic components that oppose the flow of either alternating current (AC) or direct current (DC).
Ultracapacitors (or supercapacitors) store electrical energy and are used in applications where rapid charge and discharge is required.