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How Strong is 2000 Gauss Neodymium Magnet?

How Strong is 2000 Gauss Neodymium Magnet? When we describe how much magnetic force a magnet needs, we usually use Gauss as the unit. For example, the magnetic force of our magnet needs to reach more than 3000gs, or the magnetic force value is 800-1200gs, but Gauss is not a standard international unit, and the [...]

How Strong is a 12000 Gauss magnet?

How strong is a 12000 Gauss magnet? Long answer: 12000 gauss = 1.2 tesla. If that’s a rare earth magnet, NdFeB, it’s about an N35. State of the art 15 years ago but now N48 is the garden variety and you can pay a little more and get up to N56 in quantity. B field [...]

Understanding Magnet Grades and Magnet Tables

Understanding Magnet Grades and Magnet Tables Each day we get asked questions about the differences in magnetic materials. Neodymium Magnets, Samarium Cobalt (SmCo) Magnets, Ceramic Magnets, Alnico Magnets, Bonded Magnets, and Injection Molded Magnets all have various options, and choosing the correct grade for your application is critical. This article will try to simplify how [...]

How Strong is 1000 Gauss Magnet?

How Strong is 1000 Gauss Magnet? The 1000 gauss magnet is usually made of ferrite anisotropic material, up to about 1700 gauss. Some netizens asked how strong the 1000 gauss magnet is? Discuss your own views below. The Gauss (Gs) unit is the magnetic induction intensity of an object. It is obtained by measuring the [...]

How Many Gaussian Magnets are Qualified?

How Many Gaussian Magnets are Qualified? How many gauss does a magnet have to qualify? Seeing that some netizens are asking, do you also want to know? Next, the Chinese magnet manufacturer HSMAG will introduce this problem to you. 1. Magnet Gauss value is not fixed The Gauss value of the magnet depends on the [...]

What does the Magnet N35 Mean?

What does the Magnet N35 Mean? What does the magnet N35 mean? How many Gausses does the magnet N35 generally have? Let's talk about this today. N35 magnet magnet N35 mean N35 is a brand of NdFeB magnet. N refers to NdFeB; N35 N38 N40 N42 N45 N48, etc. It is arranged in [...]

About Some Magnet Knowledge

About Some Magnet Knowledge Permanent magnet material: The permanent magnet material is magnetized by an external magnetic field and does not disappear. It can provide a stable magnetic field to the external space. There are four common metrics for NdFeB permanent magnets: Remanence (Br) units are Tesla (T) and Gauss (Gs) 1Gs = 0.0001T A [...]

Magnetic Force

The magnetic field B is defined from the Lorentz Force Law, and specifically from the magnetic force on a moving charge: magnetic-force The implications of this expression include: The force is perpendicular to both the velocity v of the charge q and the magnetic field B. The magnitude of the force is F [...]

How is magnet strength tested?

The strength of a magnet is indicated by either its pull force or its magnetic field strength. A magnet's strength is always stated in the product information for a magnet, however manufacturers use the following methods to discern this: Pull force The pull force of a magnet is the amount of force required to pull [...]

Reed Switch Magnets

REED SWITCH MAGNETS Reed Switches are amongst the simplest of all the magnetic field detection devices. It consists of two thin ferromagnetic plates (usually nickel-iron or nickel-cobalt) called reeds within a glass ampoule (casing) which overlap each other except for a small gap between them so they are not quite touching. Reed Switch Magnets [...]

How are magnetic fields measured?

Magnetic fields - The strength of a magnetic field is measured in units of Gauss (G), or alternatively, in Tesla (T). In the MKS (metric) system of units, 1 T = 1 kilogram*ampere/second^2 = 10^4 G. magnetic field For comparison, the magnetic field of the earth at the surface is on the order [...]

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