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Hall Effect Encoder

Hall Effect Encoder Overview A hall effect encoder uses a hall-array sensor passed over a magnetic field to produce a signal that is then interpolated to resolution. HSMAG hall effect magnetic encoders use a magnetic phased array sensor to average the signal over multiple detectors to deliver a robust, high resolution signal that is insensitive [...]

Samarium Cobalt vs Neodymium Magnets

Samarium Cobalt vs Neodymium Magnets Samarium Cobalt magnets and Neodymium Iron Boron magnets are important Rare Earth Magnets. Many people want to understand how to use them, so we wrote this guide. Here we break down the important similarities and differences so you can quickly decide which is right for your application. Samarium Cobalt [...]

All About Magnets

All About Magnets Magnet Glossary Magnetism is a broad and well-researched science with a language of its own. Our magnet glossary, culled from respected resources around the internet, is your one-stop shop for clear definitions of key magnet terminology. Bookmark it or print it out and keep it close to help when you get stumped [...]

A New Process To Recycle HDD Magnets From Old Hard Disk Drive

A New Process To Recycle HDD Magnets From Old Hard Disk Drive, HDD Magnet Neodymium Rare Earth Recycle HDD Magnets - The magnets on a hard drive are great because they are very strong Neodymium which is able to hold anything firmly in place. So recycling magnetic materials from old hard drives is a useful [...]

Neodymium Magnets Use To Stick In The Safe Deposit Box

Neodymium Magnets Use To Stick In The Safe Deposit Box I believe most people have seen or used the safety deposit box, The market at present the conventional safety deposit box is divided into the mechanical, electronic, print, such as credit card, the low rate of mechanical safety deposit box has the opening of which, [...]

Neodymium Magnet Tolerances

Neodymium Magnet Tolerances If the tolerance is special, Please refer to following sheet. Standard Product D»OD ID L W H  5mm ±0.1mm ±0.1mm ±0.1mm ±0.1mm ±0.1mm  10mm ±0.1mm ±0.1mm ±0.1mm ±0.1mm ±0.1mm  20mm ±0.1mm ±0.1mm ±0.1mm ±0.1mm ±0.1mm  50mm ±0.1mm ±0.1mm ±0.1mm ±0.1mm ±0.1mm 100mm ±0.15mm ±0.15mm ±0.15mm ±0.15mm ±0.15mm 100mm ±0.2mm ±0.2mm ±0.2mm ±0.2mm [...]

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Woo, HSMAG website search magnetic keywords May 26, 2019 to Today Search Views magnetic shaft coupling 12 magnetic coupling 9 magnetic drive coupling design 6 hsmagnets.com 4 rubber coated magnet 4 hs magnets 3 custom rubber magnet 3 magnetic door holders and stops 3 arrow inside/outside magnetic welding holder 3 magnetic separator food industries design [...]

How to Judge the Quality of Sintered NdFeB Magnets?

How to Judge the Quality of Sintered NdFeB Magnets? Sintered NdFeB permanent magnets, as one of the important substances to promote contemporary technology and social progress, are widely used in the following fields: computer hard disk, magnetic resonance imaging, electric vehicles, wind power, industrial permanent magnet motors, consumer electronics (CD, DVD, mobile phones, stereos, copiers, [...]

Why Magnets Broken So Easily?

Why Magnets Broken So Easily? A: The magnet contains B, which enhances the magnetic force, but the physical properties are easily broken. In the production process, it is usually used with slow air flow powder, advanced technology and long sintering time, lack of flexibility The magnet attaches something else under a strong magnetic field. It [...]

What Magnet is Not Easy to Break?

What Magnet is Not Easy to Break? Q: Because I need about 8kg of magnets, the magnets won't break, what kind of magnets can I do? But don't use soft magnets. The magnetism of the magnet is relatively strong, because I want to stick the iron piece on the magnet and the flexibility of the [...]

Why can Magnets Absorb Iron?

Why can magnets absorb iron? Where does its energy come from? There is a magnetic field around the magnet. The magnetic field is a special kind of material. He stores the magnetic energy in the magnetic field. The magnet attracts iron because the iron also has small magnetic domains, which can be easily attracted by [...]

What is the Radiation Damage?

What is the Radiation Damage? There are all kinds of radiation in the world we live in: from cosmic rays that travel through galaxies, nuclear fuel from nuclear power plants to granite floor tiles at home, from hospital X-ray machines to ultraviolet rays in the sun, from cell phones, microwave ovens, high-voltage lines. To the [...]

Are Strong Magnets Harmful to Human Body?

Are Strong Magnets Harmful to Human Body? With the rapid development of technology, STRONG magnets are also used in magnetic therapy, so what is the role of high-tech magnetic therapy in the human body? The earth itself has a very strong magnetic field, so that the human body has a kind of adaptability to the [...]

Does Magnet have radiation? Will it cause harm to body?

Does magnet have radiation to avoid? Will it cause harm to body? Recently, there has been such a message in the network: "The magnet has radiation, and you can see far away!" So, is the magnet that is very common in life and even used as a toy by many children, does it really cause [...]

Why do old drivers put magnets in the exhaust pipe?

Why do old drivers put magnets in the exhaust pipe? The repairman said the answer, the novice can learn Buying a car in such an era is really a very important thing in everyone's life. In fact, everyone can see it. Now the traffic environment in our country is really good. The new road is [...]

Sintered NdFeB Magnets as Anisotropic Bonded Magnets via Hydrogen Decrepitation Process

Sintered NdFeB Magnets as Anisotropic Bonded Magnets via Hydrogen Decrepitation Process Abstract The scrap sintered Nd–Fe–B magnets were recycled as the raw materials for bonded magnets using the hydrogen decrepitation (HD) process. The HD powders have the lowest oxygen and hydrogen content by hydro-genation at 150°C with 1 bar H2 pressure and dehydro-genation at 600°C. [...]

Different Magnetism Materials

Different Magnetism Materials, How different materials react to magnetism Scientists have a number of different words to describe how materials behave when you put them near a magnet (which is another way of saying when you put them inside a magnetic field). Broadly speaking, we can divide all materials into two kinds called paramagnetic and [...]

Magnetism

Magnetism Science is our understanding of how the world works—and generally the world works fine whether we understand it or not. Take magnetism, for example. People have known about magnets for thousands of years and they've been using them practically, as compasses, for almost as long. The ancient Greeks and Romans knew as well as [...]

Do magnets temperature affect magnetism in a magnet?

Do magnets temperature affect magnetism in a magnet? Yes, temperature affects the strength of a magnet. Colder temperatures will permit the magnetic field strength to increase a bit and hotter temperatures will decrease it a bit. The effects can be demonstrated by a simple experiment with a bar magnet and a handful of carpet tacks. [...]