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  • Strong Force Cell Phone Magnet

Strong Force Cell Phone Magnet

Strong Force Cell Phone Magnet, smart phone mobile telephone micro magnets for APPLE, HUAWEI, XIAOMI, HTC, SAMSUNG, LG, OPPO... Sophisticated smart phone applications such as maps or augmented reality use measurements of the Earth's magnetic and gravity fields to work out the orientation of the phone.A typical smart phone has three magnetic field sensors, fixed [...]

  • The role of magnet powder in NdFeB

The role of magnet powder in NdFeB

The role of magnet powder in NdFeB Magnetic powder is an abbreviation for magnetic powder, and is an aggregate composed of a large amount of NdFeB basic material particles and interparticle voids. The powder body is a substance between a solid and a colloid. Solids below 0.1 μm are referred to as colloids, while solids [...]

  • Strong Magnet Performance Curve

Strong Magnet Performance Curve

Strong Magnet Performance Curve, Demagnetization of Permanent Magnets, Demagnetization curves for a Nd-Fe-B The value of the reverse magnetic field strength required to reduce the magnetic induction to zero when the magnet is magnetized by reverse magnetization in the reverse magnetization is called the magnetic coercive force (Hcb). However, the magnetization of the magnet is [...]

  • The construction of Modeling Eddy Current Losses in Permanent Magnet Motor

Modeling Eddy Current Losses in Permanent Magnet Motor

Modeling Eddy Current Losses in Permanent Magnet Motor Let’s begin with our model geometry. In this example, we have a 3D model of an 18-pole PM motor. To reduce computational efforts and capture the full 3D behavior of the motor, we use sector symmetry and axial mirror symmetry. You can see an animation of the [...]

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Biomagnets

Biomagnets are small implantable magnets, usually shaped like a disc or cylinder, which give magnetically augmented humans a new way to sense and interact with the world around them. Dangerous Things has two models, the m31 and m36, each designed for specific use cases. There are four primary reason someone may want to install a [...]

  • Magnetic speed sensors

Magnetic speed sensors

Magnetic speed sensors Our Hall- and GMR-based magnetic speed sensors are designed to measure speed in safety and powertrain applications such as speedometers, ABS, camshafts/crankshafts and automatic transmissions. We offer a broad range of options to ensure the perfect fit for individual customer applications. By integrating the magnetic Hall or GMR sensing cell and the [...]

By |October 31st, 2018|Magnetic Design, Magnetic Field, Magnetic Ideas, Magnetic Products, Magnetic Sensing, Magnetic Systems, Magnetic Technology, Sensor Magnet, Sensors|Comments Off on Magnetic speed sensors
  • 3D low power magnetic sensors

3D low power magnetic sensors

3D low power magnetic sensors The sensor offers accurate three-dimensional sensing with extremely low power consumption in a small 6-pin package. Capa­ble of detecting the magnetic field in the x, y, and z-direction, the sensor is ideally suited for the measurement of: For consumer and industrial markets Thanks to its small package and low power [...]

By |October 29th, 2018|Magnet Applications, Magnetic Design, Magnetic Field, Magnetic Ideas, Magnetic Knowledge, Magnetic Products, Magnetic Sensing, Sensor Magnet, Sensors|Comments Off on 3D low power magnetic sensors
  • Integrating Hall-Effect Magnetic Sensing Technology

Integrating Hall-Effect Magnetic Sensing Technology

Integrating Hall-Effect Magnetic Sensing Technology into Modern Household Appliances With the extensive variety of solutions available for position, speed, and current sensing applications, designers can select optimal technologies and packages to achieve their commercial and engineering goals. There always remain the same critical elements that must be considered, such as cost, distance of travel, resolution, [...]