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Magnet Myths

Magnet Myths Every time you use a computer, you're using magnets. If your home has a doorbell, it probably uses an electromagnet to drive a noisemaker. Magnets are also vital components in CRT televisions, speakers, microphones, generators, transformers, electric motors, burglar alarms, cassette tapes, compasses and car speedometers. In addition to their practical uses, magnets [...]

Why Magnets Stick

Why Magnets Stick If you've read How Electromagnets Work, you know that an electrical current moving through a wire creates a magnetic field. Moving electrical charges are responsible for the magnetic field in permanent magnets as well. But a magnet's field doesn't come from a large current traveling through a wire — it comes from [...]

The Details of Making Magnets

The Details of Making Magnets To make a permanent magnet, all you have to do is encourage the magnetic domains in a piece of metal to point in the same direction. That's what happens when you rub a needle with a magnet — the exposure to the magnetic field encourages the domains to align. Other [...]

The Basics of Making Magnets

The Basics of Making Magnets Many of today's electronic devices require magnets to function. This reliance on magnets is relatively recent, primarily because most modern devices require magnets that are stronger than the ones found in nature. Lodestone, a form of magnetite, is the strongest naturally occurring magnet. It can attract small objects, like paper [...]

Magnetics for Environmental Applications

Magnetics for Environmental Applications Magnetics, as related to the environmental field, is a technology used for locating subsurface iron, nickel, cobalt and their alloys which are typically referred to as ferrous materials. The theory of magnetics has been adapted to specialized tools called magnetometers which are capable of measuring ambient magnetic fields emanating from terrestrial [...]

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 [...]

Permanent Magnets in Electric Vehicles

 Permanent Magnets in Electric Vehicles, Permanent Magnetics in Electric Vehicles EV Motors and permanent magnets Rare-Earth magnets are higher in cost than copper windings, making the option of using a magnet-less AC induction or brushed DC motor attractive. Many applications (vacuum cleaners, mixers, hair dryers, most home fans, etc) will opt for the less expensive [...]

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 [...]

How Much is the Magnetic Force Field of Ferrite Magnet? How to Calculate?

How Much is the Magnetic Force Field of Ferrite Magnet? How to Calculate? Find Chinese magnet manufacturers to buy neodymium magnets or ferrite magnets, welcome to contact us, all magnets are environmentally friendly, non-toxic, and can be customized. Today, I will introduce the magnetic field strength of ferrite and the calculation of ferrite magnetic field [...]

Magnetic Force of Inner And Outer Diameter Surface of Radially Magnetized Ferrite Ring Magnet

Magnetic Force of Inner And Outer Diameter Surface of Radially Magnetized Ferrite Ring Magnet Is there any magnetic force on the inner diameter surface of the radially outer magnetized ring magnet? Are you also curious? Today, the Chinese magnet supplier HSMAG will introduce this problem to you. Recently, a customer just happened to ask this [...]

Magnetic Strength and Pull Force of 3mm Dia Neodymium Magnet

Magnetic Strength and Pull Force of 3mm Dia Neodymium Magnet 3mm diameter magnets are also small magnets commonly used in shopping malls, usually made of neodymium magnets, because if you change other materials, magnetic is not strong enough. The commonly used specifications are 3x1mm, 3x1.5mm, 3x2mm, 3x3mm, 3x4mm, D3x5mm, etc. Precision electronics, handicrafts, packaging handbags, [...]

Ndfeb Magnet Plate Sheet F30x10x1mm Magnetic Force

Ndfeb Magnet Plate Sheet F30x10x1mm Magnetic Force Ultra-thin ndfeb magnets, how thin have you seen them? Today with you to introduce is a 1mm thick ndfeb sheet, including its magnetic force, can absorb multiple, price, magnet size is F30x10x1mm, N38 performance. F30x10x1mm magnetic force (suction) illustration The size is thin (do not break, do not [...]

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 [...]

What is the Temperature Resistance of Brushless Motor Magnets?

What is the Temperature Resistance of Brushless Motor Magnets? The brushless motor adopts electronic commutation, the coil does not move, and the magnetic pole rotates. Brushless motors use a set of electronic equipment to sense the position of permanent magnet poles through Hall elements. Based on this perception, electronic circuits are used to switch the [...]

How Helpful are Powerful Magnets in Daily Life?

How Helpful are Powerful Magnets in Daily Life? With the continuous advancement of technology, the use of powerful magnets is becoming more and more extensive, so where can powerful magnets be used in our daily life? What are the advantages of strong magnets that make many products widely used? HSMAG strong magnet How Helpful [...]

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 [...]

Safe and Effective Use of Electromagnetic Equipment

Safe and Effective Use of Electromagnetic Equipment The usefulness of electromagnetic equipment cannot be denied. Employed in everything from massive construction cranes to the doorbell in your house, electromagnets use a simple on/off function to perform complex tasks every day. In the process of magnetic separation, electromagnets or permanent magnets are used to extract sources [...]

Electro Permanent Magnetic Chucks for Workholding

Electro Permanent Magnetic Chucks for Workholding ELECTRO PERMANENT MAGNETIC CHUCKS FOR LATHES Tension-free clamping of rings and precision mechanical parts, with the possibility of finishing the inner surface, outer surface and head surface in one set-up. The Series electro permanent magnetic Chucks are designed with circular electro permanent magnets, using the unique variable pole cross-section [...]

ELECTRO PERMANENT MAGNETS FOR AUTOMATION

ELECTRO PERMANENT MAGNETS FOR AUTOMATION A magnetic gripper is a transmission device that can clamp ferromagnetic charges by a strong electro permanent magnet. The “double magnet” technology uses the electric current only during the magnetising and demagnetising phase. The effective force is generated by permanent magnets. In the event of a power failure, the workpiece [...]

Electro Lifting Magnets for Thin Steel Sheets

Electro Lifting Magnets for Thin Steel Sheets SIMPLE OPERATION Depending on the thickness of the steel strip, the force during the PICK-UP phase can be set via a 4-position switch. This ensures that only one steel strip is picked up. Once the sheet is loose from the stack, it immediately switches to FULLMAG = 100% [...]

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