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  • Bruker Magnet

Bruker Magnet

Bruker Magnet The electromagnet in the Magnet Laboratory consists of a Bruker Magnet B-E 15, and a Heinzinger PTN 125-40 magnet power supply. These can be used to generate magnetic fields of up to about 1 Tesla. The field strength depends on the current and the distance between the poles of the magnet (Air gap). [...]

  • Neodymium Search Magnets

Neodymium Search Magnets

Neodymium Search Magnets Fishing magnets / Search Magnets / Treasure Salvage Magnets / Retrieving Magnets Search magnets, also called as treasure salvage magnets or retrieving magnets, which look like pot magnets, are also made up of neodymium magnets, steel housings and other components. But their sizes are usually larger than pot magnets, and, the machining [...]

  • Magnets Are Weird

Magnets Are Weird

Magnets Are Weird In this article, we discuss a few things that might make you question what you think you know about magnets. We’ll show magnets stronger at the edges than at the center. We'll see magnets that won’t attract to center upon one another. We’ll even make the north pole of one magnet stick [...]

  • Magnet Array

Magnet Array

A Magnet Array for fully contactless xy-positioning systems. The magnetically levitated planar actuators consist of a single carrier with permanent magnets that is levitated above an array of coils and can move fast and accurately over long distances in the xy-plane. Because the magnets are moving, there are no cables or cooling hoses connected to [...]

  • How to Increase the Strength of an Electromagnet

How to Increase the Strength of an Electromagnet

How to Increase the Strength of an Electromagnet Electromagnets work just as well as permanent magnets. In fact, they are even more useful, because you can turn them on and off. You'll find electromagnets in hard drives, speakers and even in sophisticated equipment like MRI machines. You obviously need a stronger electromagnet for a particle [...]

  • Electromagnetic Induction

Electromagnetic Induction

Electromagnetic Induction Voltage applied to a conductor creates a magnetic field around that conductor. It is possible to reverse this process and for a magnetic field to generate a voltage in a conductor. For this to occur, there must be some relative motion between the conductor and the magnetic field. Electromagnetic induction takes place whenever [...]

  • Commonly Used Soft Magnetic Core Iron Powder Core

Commonly Used Soft Magnetic Core Iron Powder Core

Commonly Used Soft Magnetic Core Iron Powder Core Permalloy Powder Core Iron-Silicon-Aluminium Powder Core Magnetic powder core is a kind of soft magnetic material made by mixing and pressing ferromagnetic powder and insulating medium. Ferromagnetic particles are very small (0.5-5 micron used at high frequencies) and are separated by non-magnetic insulating film materials. Therefore, on [...]

  • Magnetic Core Characteristics and Applications

Magnetic Core Characteristics and Applications

Magnetic Core Characteristics and Applications Magnetic components have been used in several power electronic devices for decades. They are used in a wide range of applications. In order to implement the designed magnetic components, it is essential to have a good understanding of magnetic materials and associated technology. In the previous article, we learned about [...]

  • Magnetization Direction of Square Magnet

Magnetization Direction of Square Magnet

Magnetization Direction of Square Magnet At present, they are widely used in the market, such as square shaped magnets, which can be widely used in the market. Don't be careless when purchasing square magnets. It is necessary to know the magnetizing direction you want There are many ways to magnetize a square magnet, which is [...]

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  • New Type EV Motor, Use No Magnet

New Type EV Motor, Use No Magnet

New Type EV Motor, Use No Magnet MAHLE's new, inexpensive and efficient EV motor does not use magnets. Magnets usually made of rare earth metals such as neodymium are found in the heart of most electric vehicles. Having a permanent strong rare earth magnetic field in the rotor is a good choice, because using a [...]

  • Applications for Neodymium Magnets

Applications for Neodymium Magnets

Applications for Neodymium Magnets Since their discovery, in the early 1980s, neodymium magnets have become the most widely used of the many varieties of magnets. They can be found in several everyday devices from disk drives to magnetic parts of cars and airplanes. Neodymium magnets can be produced in any size but retain their initial [...]

  • How are Neodymium Magnets Made

How are Neodymium Magnets Made?

How are Neodymium Magnets Made? The two processes used to manufacture neodymium magnets are sintering and bonding. The properties of the finished magnets vary depending on how they are produced with sintering being the best of the two methods. How Neodymium Magnets are Made Sintering Melting: The Neodymium, Iron and Boron are measured out and [...]