Multipolar Isotropic Ferrite Ring Permanent Magnet, Ceramic Multi-pole Magnets, motor rotor permanent ring magnets, Radially Orientation Multi-polar Magnetic Ring, Anisotropic hard ferrite magnetic rings for electronic motors Multipolar Isotropic Ferrite Ring Permanent Magnet Features: Specification size: custom design drawing Magnetizing mode: Radial 6 poles Type: Permanent Magnet Tolerance: +0.1mm Composition: Sintered Ferrite Magnet (hard ceramic) […]
Sintered Alnico Speedometer Sensor Magnet, Sintered Alnico Sensor Magnet, Alnico FOR Position Sensors, Rotational Speed Sensors, Magnetic proximity sensors, Cylinder sensors, Magnetic Position Sensors CHINA Factory
Sintered Alnico Speedometer Sensor Magnet Specifications:
High maximum temperature up to 550 degrees C.
Good corrosion resistance
Material: alumium, nickel, cobalt and iron with varying additions of other elements
Manufacturing process: Sintering and Casting
Magnetic properties: High corrosion resistance, High Mechanical strength, high temperature stability, good resistance to demagnetization due to shock but they are easily demagnetized.
Grade(Sintered Alnico): FLN8, FLNG12,FLNGT14,FLNGT18, FLNG28, FLNG31, FLNG33,FLNGT38,FLNGT42.
Grade(cast Alnico):LN9, LN10, LNG12, LNG13, LNG37, LNG40, LNG44, LNG52, LNG60, LNGT28, LNG36J ,LNGT18, LNGT32, LNG40,LNGT32, LNGT40,LNGT60,LNGT72
Max working temperature: 600 centigrade
Shapes: Ring, Blocks, U type, special type according to customer request.
Applications: automotive and aircraft sensor applications. Instruments, security sensors, magnetos, electronic distributors, separators, electron tubes, traveling wave tubes, radar, holding magnets, coin acceptors, generators and motors, clutches and brakes, relays, controls, receivers, telephones, microphones, bell ringers, guitar pickups, loudspeakers, security systems, cow magnets.
Sensors have never been more important than in our present connected world. But demands on sensor design continue to increase. For example, devices like autonomous multicopters and fitness monitoring wearables, as well as indoor and outdoor navigation, require the high-accuracy sensing of static and/or dynamic air pressure. As these applications are typically found in battery-operated devices, it is also essential to combine this accuracy with optimized low-power operation and reliability across a range of operating conditions. stepping motor ferrite isotropic ring magnets
New capacitive sensor technologies are enabling engineers to create accurate, miniaturized devices that satisfy demanding energy constraints and address reliability challenges.
In a Hall effect sensor, a thin strip of metal has a current applied along it. In the presence of a magnetic field, the electrons in the metal strip are deflected toward one edge, producing a voltage gradient across the short side of the strip (perpendicular to the feed current). Hall effect sensors have an advantage over inductive sensors in that, while inductive sensors respond to a changing magnetic field which induces current in a coil of wire and produces voltage at its output, Hall effect sensors can detect static (non-changing) magnetic fields.