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How inductive sensors work

How inductive sensors work Inductive sensors are often used to measure position or velocity, especially in harsh environments. The terminology and technology of inductive position sensors can be confusing for many engineers. In this article, the various types of inductive sensors are explained, how they work, and their respective strengths and weaknesses. Inductive position and [...]

Efficient use of weak magnetic energy, new collectors help IoT sensors “self-generate”

Efficient use of weak magnetic energy, new collectors help IoT sensors "self-generate" CHINA's "dual-carbon" strategy advocates a green, environmentally friendly, and low-carbon lifestyle, which depends on the continuous development and innovation of green energy technologies. At the moment when our country is vigorously developing renewable energy, the recovery and reuse of micro-energy such as magnetic [...]

Understand the Electromagnetic Spectrum

Understand the Electromagnetic Spectrum Begin with naming all the parts. There are 8 parts to the Electromagnetic Spectrum. They are: Radio Waves Microwaves Terahertz Radiation Infrared Light (IR) Visible Light Ultraviolet Rays (UV) X-Rays Gamma Rays By understanding these names, you will need to know its range. Below is showing a table of the range. [...]

Free Magnetic Energy

Free Magnetic Energy Now let's set the record straight. There is absolutely NO such thing as Free energy!! Electric generators cost money, there by any energy generated from systems such as solar cells, hydroelectric, geothermal, wind, tidal, or any kind of electromagnetic based generators, etc., is only Free after the startup cost, plus there is [...]

Wireless Energy Transfer Through Magnetic Fields

Wireless Energy Transfer Through Magnetic Fields If the inventor Nikola Tesla (1856-1943) was always with us, he would surely be very satisfied, since he thought of transmitting energy wirelessly almost a century ago. In fact, his idea was not so impossible to implement, since energy can now be transmitted over the wire using magnetic fields, [...]

Introduction to Magnetic Materials

Introduction to Magnetic Materials A magnetic material is a material that can react to a magnetic field in a certain way. It is called a magnetic material, and generally consists of a transition element such as iron, cobalt, nickel, and alloys thereof, which can directly or indirectly generate magnetism. Magnetic materials are generally classified into [...]

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