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  • Handling Neodymium Magnets Safety Precaution

Handling Neodymium Magnets Safety Precaution

Handling Neodymium Magnets Safety Precaution With high intrinsic coercive force (Hci) over 12,000 Oe and maximum energy product ((BH)max) between 27-52 MGOe, neodymium magnets have the greatest strength among all available permanent magnet materials (>7 times stronger than ceramic magnets) as they are extremely resistant to demagnetization and have high saturation of magnetization. The magnetization [...]

  • Disc, cylinder and ring magnets magnetization

Various shapes Magnets Magnetization Orientation

Various shapes Magnets Magnetization Orientation Neodymium, ceramic, samarium cobalt magnets can be custom-made in various shapes, sizes and magnetization orientations or directions. In this article, we list out and illustrate some of the available options for magnetization orientation which is defined during pressing process and prior to magnetization. Of course, engineers can always request otherwise [...]

Magnetic Caculations

Magnetic Caculations - About Rules of Thumb and Quick Calculations 1. How are energy product and magnet strength related? Magnet strength needs to be defined. Magnet strength actually is a measure of total flux in the area of interest. If greater holding strength is desired, then more Br is needed, and since holding force is [...]

  • 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 [...]

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