This follows on from another question I'd been asking. Having been 'gifted' dozens of mains LED lamps, I've been blithely assuming that they don't offer much in the way of inductive load.
But, of course, they aren't just a mass of LEDs: there's a rectifier, and perhaps an inverter (though a glance at the wiring of the LEDs in my lamps suggests that there's two parallel chains of 65 LEDs, which would be about right to drop 230 V).
I've searched for information, but there's nothing that I've found. Does anyone know a) if there is appreciable inductance in such lamps, and b) how one could set up a test rig to measure it? thanks