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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 [...]

The Strong Thin Magnets in Smart Devices

The Strong Thin Magnets in Smart Devices Byline: Brief overview of considerations for permanent magnets in electronics Current technological updates have made devices become increasingly thin, which has put pressure on each industry involved to create components that utilize as little volume as possible. This poses a lot of challenges in magnetics due to manufacturing [...]

Magnetic 3D Mapping System

Magnetic 3D Mapping System HS Magnetics utilizes various custom designed testing machines for magnetic measurements. Below are two magnetic mapping systems outlined with descriptions as a combination of our engineering solutions. Magnetic field mappers measures the field magnitude and direction over a predetermined range of positions. These measurements are made by accurately positioning a collection [...]

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 [...]

What is the Pull Force of N50 Magnet?

What is the Pull Force of N50 Magnet? Many netizens are interested in the tensile force value of N50 grade neodymium magnets. The following are some tensile force data compiled by the neodymium magnet manufacturer HSMAG for you. I hope it will help you. The pulling force of the magnet is not only related to [...]

N35 Grade 1mm Thick Disc Neodymium Magnet Magnetic Force Strength

N35 Grade 1mm Thick Disc Neodymium Magnet Magnetic Force Strength Neodymium magnets with a thickness of 1mm are thin magnets, mainly in the shape of round blocks, which are very popular in the market. They are mainly used in various precision electronics, personal DIY, medical equipment, optical instruments, etc. Today I will introduce you a [...]

Earth’s Magnetic Field Reversal

Earth’s Magnetic Field Reversal Earth’s Magnetic Field Reversal Took Three Times Longer Than Thought A new study suggests the last field reversal 773,000 years ago took 22,000 years to occur, which could explain some of the inner workings of our planet’s core。 Earth’s magnetic field is known to flip direction with a somewhat unnerving regularity: [...]

Magnetic Pole Reversal Happens All The (Geologic) Time

Magnetic Pole Reversal Happens All The (Geologic) Time Scientists understand that Earth's magnetic field has flipped its polarity many times over the millennia. In other words, if you were alive about 800,000 years ago, and facing what we call north with a magnetic compass in your hand, the needle would point to 'south.' This is [...]

What Is Magnetic Reversal?

What Is Magnetic Reversal? Earth is like a giant magnet in several ways. Not only does it have a magnetic north and south pole that act similarly to the poles on bar magnets, but the planet is surrounded by a strong magnetic field, which is electrically charged and able to interact with magnetized matter. The [...]

Principle and Advantages of Magnetic Encoder

Principle and Advantages of Magnetic Encoder Magnetic encoder detects rotational position information as changes of the magnetic field, converts them into electrical signals, and outputs them. Magnetic encoder with a Shaft-End configuration that combines a magnet magnetized in the radial direction and a Hall element that detects the strength of the horizontal magnetic field is [...]

Off-Axis Configuration Magnetic Encoder

Off-Axis Configuration Magnetic Encoder The advantage of the Off-Axis configuration is that both ends of the rotary shaft can be freed, the encoder as a whole can be made thinner, and hollow through shafts can be supported. The Off-Axis configuration magnetic encoder needs correction to make the Lissajous figure a perfect circle, because the Lissajous [...]

Motor Hall Sensor Magnetic Ring

Motor Hall Sensor Magnetic Ring Probably most people will feel strange when they hear this term. In fact, it often appears in our lives. It is usually used in the automobile industry, taxi meters, and inverters. Let ’s take a look at motors. Application principle of Hall sensor magnetic ring. The motor hall sensor magnetic [...]

Magnetic Induction Lighting & Lamp

Magnetic Induction Lighting & Lamp Working principle of Magnetic Induction Lamp: Magnetic induction lamps are basically low pressure fluorescent lamps. High performance magnetic cores (ferrite cores) with an induction coil on it, are wrapped around on the endless glass tube. The induction coil produces a strong high frequency magnetic field through the glass & excites [...]

Magnetic Particle Examination

Magnetic Particle Examination Magnetic particle examination (MT) is a very popular, low-cost method to perform nondestructive examination (NDE) of ferromagnetic material. Ferromagnetic is defined in ASME Section V as “a term applied to materials that can be magnetized or strongly attracted by a magnetic field.” MT is an NDE method that checks for surface discontinuities [...]

Testing Magnetic Field Strength With a Gaussmeter

Testing Magnetic Field Strength With a Gaussmeter Calculate the baseline or original voltage. This can be done using a gaussmeter, also known as a magnetometer or an EMF detector (electromagnetic field detector), which is a hand-held device that measures the strength and direction of a magnetic field strength. They are readily available to buy and [...]

What is a Dynamic Microphone?

What is a Dynamic Microphone? A dynamic microphone consists of a plastic diaphragm, voice coil, and a permanent magnet. The diaphragm is connected to one end of the voice coil, while the other end of the coil is loosely supported around (or within) the magnet. When an alternating pressure is applied to the diaphragm, the [...]

Magnetic Reed Switches for Position Location

Magnetic Reed Switches for Position Location Stainless steel pneumatic cylinders that are equipped with an internal magnet can be used with the Reed Switch and GMR sensor. By accurately sensing the magnetic field of the piston when it passes beneath the sensor, its position is determined, and a feedback signal is created. GMR (Giant Magneto [...]

Magnetic Field Lines of Pot Magnet

Magnetic Field Lines of Pot Magnet As for the term "pot magnet", many people may have heard for the first time that the pot magnet is a kind of magnet wrapped in a steel shell and shaped like a pot, so we call it pot magnet (cup magnet), also called magnetic component. Through magnetic circuit [...]

Why Magnet Handling and Storage Conditions are Important

Why Magnet Handling and Storage Conditions are Important Each of the wide variety of magnetic materials available requires specific storage and handling procedures for both the safety of the user and integrity of the magnet. Improperly handled and stored magnets present risks: Risk of bodily harm or injury Risk of damage to the magnet Risk [...]

Magnet Handling Best Practices

Magnet Handling Best Practices Like any other piece of equipment, magnets do need to be maintained. This helps protect them from damage and can increase their lifespan. By caring for them properly, you’ll maximize your investment as well. Here are a few steps you can take to protect this vital manufacturing tool: Understand how your [...]

How Lifting Magnets Work

How Lifting Magnets Work The lifting magnet is a versatile work handling device that is capable of supporting a variety of ferrous materials, from small bundles of rod or scrap to large, heavy blocks. Unlike slings and chains, lifting magnets can be used to lift loads that might otherwise require two or more people. By [...]

What Is Electromagnetic Lock and How It Works?

What Is Electromagnetic Lock and How It Works? What Is Electromagnetic Lock? An electromagnetic lock, magnetic lock, or maglock, is a locking device that consists of an electromagnet and an armature plate. It is a magnet that is created when an electrical current is passed through a solenoid (coiled wire wrapped around a metal core). [...]

New Asylum Research Accessory Enables Advanced Magnetics Research

New Asylum Research Accessory Enables Advanced Magnetics Research Under Both In-Plane and Out-of-Plane Applied Magnetic Fields Asylum Research announced their new MFP-3D Variable Field Module (VFM4) accessory for Atomic Force Microscopes (AFMs) which enable measurements under applied in-plane and out-of-plane magnetic fields in order to better understand their effects on nanoscale magnetic domain structure. The [...]

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