Cooper Bussmann's screw-in Edison-base mini breakers aren't for inductive loads. What does “inductive” mean?
I'm thinking of buying some Edison-base screw-in miniature circuit breakers to replace some of the fuses in my house. There are some made by Connecticut Electric and some made by Cooper Bussmann. ...
so if you add enough caps can you emulate what an inductor is doing, ie. Lead the current so far that it appears to be lagging? I assume this doesn't work, why not?