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How linear motors work

How linear motors work? In a traditional DC electric motor, a central core of tightly wrapped magnetic material (known as the rotor) spins at high speed between the fixed poles of a magnet (known as the stator) when an electric current is applied. In an AC induction motor, electromagnets positioned around the edge of the [...]

Assemblies Magnet Selection

Assemblies Magnet Selection - HSMAG offers a wide selection of Assemblies magnet products. on your desired product type for stock product specifications. Round Base Magnets Our round base magnet assemblies are made with either ceramic or neodymium magnets combined with steel cups. Assemblies Magnet Selection Channel Magnets These rectangular base magnets channel great [...]

Electromagnets

Electromagnets are a non-permanent magnets that produced magnetic field. The magnetic field is created by a flow of an electric current through the coil. The magnetic field disappears when the current ceases (or in the caseelectromagnets of a permanent electromagnet, the magnetic field is present until a current is applied). Electromagnets As a [...]

RECTANGULAR ELECTROMAGNET

Rectangular Electromagnet are available in four standard sizes. These magnets provide positive holding power and high responsiveness in numerous manual or automatic applications. Controlled by a remote IMI power supply, rectangular electromagnets are available in 24VDC, *110VDC and 120VAC models. Our Electromagnets offer On/Off capability and can be controlled in an automated sheet metal handling [...]

How to Use Electromagnetic Locks

Here are some suggestions and recommendations for the installation and functionality testing to Use Electromagnetic Locks: electromagnetic-lock-feature-illustration Use Electromagnetic Locks - The electromagnetic lock requires a face to face fitting as shown in the illustration. Otherwise, the holding force will decrease (direction of hydraulic press pull must be collinear). electromagnetic-lock-and-armature-plate Install [...]

Electromagnetic Lock Brackets

Electromagnetic Lock Brackets Electromagnetic Lock Brackets - Electromagnetic lock models have various optional brackets to choose from based on the door frame width requirement, for attractiveness & aesthetical appearance. electric lock brackets type inclued: L bracket, LZ bracket, Z bracket, U bracket, Brackets for armature plate and other special brackets. "L" Brackets for Narrow Door Frames L-brackets [...]

October 18th, 2016|Electromagnet, Electromagnetic, Electromagnets|

How does an electromagnetic lock work?

How does an electromagnetic lock work? electromagnetic lock work - An electromagnetic lock creates a magnetic field when energized, causing an electromagnet and armature plate to become attracted to each other strongly enough to keep a door from opening, according to HangSeng Magnetech Inc. most cases, the armature plate is on the edge of the door, [...]

Electromagnetism

Electromagnetism - To create a magnet or magnetic field, we are going to have to look at how they are generated. The relationship between current and magnetics field behave according to the right-hand rule. As current passes through a wire, a magnetic field forms around the wire in the direction of your fingers as they [...]

Permanent Magnetic System by HSMAG

Permanent magnets, Permanent Magnetic System, permanent magnetic chucks, permanent clamping system by HSMAG Permanent Magnetic System - In permanent magnetic chucks, we find the utilization of highly magnetized materials which in a particular arrangement facilitate the clamping of magnetic steel. Under normal conditions, they do not lose their magnetic force. permanent magnetic system chuck Activation [...]

Electromagnetic

Electromagnetic - Electromagnetism is one of the four fundamental interactions of nature, along with strong interaction, weak interaction and gravitation. It is the force that causes the interaction between electrically charged particles; the areas in which this happens are called electromagnetic fields. Electromagnetism is the force responsible for practically all the phenomena encountered in daily [...]