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Electric guitar pickup magnet material

The working principle of guitar pickup: In brief, when the strings begin to oscillate, these oscillations affect the field in the vicinity of the pickup magnet, it induces a change in the flux of the magnetic field. Thus, there is a week current, the electrical signal is transmitted to the amplifier by wire. Finally, it [...]

How does a permanent magnet work?

Permanent magnet work: Some materials have a feature known as ferromagnetism. The prefix "ferro" refers to Iron, which is one such material. Ferromagnetic materials have the ability to "remember" the magnetic fields they have been subjected to. An atom consists of a number of negatively charged electrons, orbiting around a positively charged nucleus. These electrons [...]

August 11th, 2016|Magnetic Kownledge, Magnetic Materials, Magnetism|

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 [...]

Rotary Magnetic Scale Incremental RMSI

Rotary Magnetic Scale Incremental RMSI,  Magnetic Rotary Scale, Sintered Ferrite Multipole Radial Ring Magnets – HSMAG new products supply! Rotary Magnetic Scale Incremental RMSI Rotary Magnetic Scale Incremental RMSI: - Rotational applications - Different ring materials available - Different pattern configurations Rotary scales can be adapted to many different requirements. The standard program covers many [...]

Three Key Differences of Permanent Magnets

Permanent Magnets magnetic materials: NdFeB, ALNICO, SMCO, Hard Ferrite 1. Magnetic properties depend on the dimensions of the magnet, so they can not be like other components designed or set arbitrarily. 2. The upper temperature limit is different for the different magnetic materials. 3. Temperature changes and external fields influence the magnetic stability of the [...]