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  • Strong TMR Sensor Magnets

TMR Sensor Magnets

TMR Sensor Magnets TMR sensor is an epoch-making magnetoresistance effect sensor which has been applied to industrial application in recent years. TMR sensor has a much higher resistance change rate compared to AMR and GMR sensor, thus obtained many merits include low cost and power consumption, high response frequency and sensitivity. SDM has also collected [...]

  • Rare Earth Magnet Recycling Process to Momentum Technologies

Rare Earth Magnet Recycling Process to Momentum Technologies

ORNL licenses Rare Earth Magnet Recycling Process to Momentum Technologies The Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Momentum Technologies have signed a non-exclusive licensing agreement for an ORNL process designed to recover rare earth magnets from used computer hard drives. Rare Earth Magnet Recycling Process The patent-pending process developed as part of DOE’s [...]

  • University of Birmingham pilots rare earth metal recycling facility

University of Birmingham pilots rare earth metal recycling facility

University of Birmingham pilots rare earth metal recycling facility The University of Birmingham has been awarded £4m to set up a pilot facility to recycle rare earth metals from scrap. The pilot facility, based at Tyseley Energy Park in Birmingham, will focus on recycling magnets made from neodymium, boron and iron – metals often found [...]

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  • All About Magnetism and How it Works

All About Magnetism and How it Works

All About Magnetism and How it Works From your clothes to your desk, every bit of matter is made of tiny particles called atoms. Atoms have negatively charged electrons that spin around them. Most of the time, the electrons spin in random directions. When the electrons all spin in the same direction, though, they create [...]

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  • MPCO Magnet used Sensor Industries

MPCO Magnet used Sensor Industries

MPCO Magnet used Sensor Industries MPCO Magnetics supplies sensor magnets for all Industries, and utilizes a dedicated staff of experts to help you overcome your circuit protection challenges. By partnering with you from design to development, we will deliver many solutions to meet your needs. Sensor Industries: Automotive Fuses Fuse Accessories Polymer ESD Suppressors [...]

  • Reed Switches

Reed Switches vs. Magnetoresistive Sensors

Reed Switches vs. Magnetoresistive Sensors In a previous post we took a look at magnetic field sensors vs inductive proximity sensors for robot grippers. In this post I am going to dive a little deeper into magnetic field sensors and compare two technologies: reed switches, and magnetoresistive sensors (GMR). Reed Switches The simplest magnetic field [...]

  • Magnetic Test Room for Injection Bonded Magnets

MPCO Established Magnetic Test Room for Injection Bonded Magnets

MPCO Established Magnetic Test Room for Injection Bonded Magnets MPCO Established Magnetic Test Room Tooling is critical to the quality of injection bonded magnets of all types. MPCO Magnets has the expertise and complete range of services under one roof to design and manufacture moulds for new and critical as well as well proven injection [...]

  • Magnetic Field Sensors

Magnetic Field Sensors

Magnetic Field Sensors - Contactless and reliable detection Today’s pneumatic cylinders are compact, reliable, and cost-effective prime movers for automated equipment. Unfortunately, they are often provided with unreliable reed or Hall Effect switches that fail well before the service life of the cylinder itself is expended. magnetic field cylinder sensors are based on non-contact, solid-state [...]

  • Concepts for Magnets

MPCO Concepts for Magnets

MPCO Concepts for Magnets, The power of imagination! Clients have immense confidence in concepts offered by MPCO Magnets, even if it means modifying their product designs, at times. Imagining the right concept for engineering the magnets is core to the value and performance of the of the application itself. MPCO Magnets has partnered with Clients, [...]

  • Reed Sensors

Reed Sensors

Reed sensors are reed switches that are packaged within an external housing for simplified mounting/connecting and additional protection against environmental influences. These sensors are typically mounted in mechanical systems. A bare reed switch can easily be mounted on circuit boards. However, for an application such as a door security sensor, the reed switch needs a [...]

  • Magnetic-Based Reed Switch Sensors for OEM Consumer Electronics

Magnetic-Based Reed Switch Sensors for OEM Consumer Electronics

Magnetic-Based Reed Switch Sensors for OEM Consumer Electronics In the world of OEM consumer electronics, ongoing commercial demand for the “latest and greatest” in portable devices has led to ongoing requirements for magnetic-based reed switch sensors, switches and actuators, as well as bare reeds, in support of such requirements as: Magnetic-Based Reed Switch Sensors [...]

  • Magnet systems and safety

Magnet Systems and Safety

Magnet Systems and Safety Permanent magnets and electromagnets are both switchable, but there is an important difference: permanent magnets are compact and always function – they retain their magnetic force; electromagnets switch quickly and without wear, and can also lift heavy loads, yet there is a risk of the load falling if the power is [...]