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  • 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 [...]

  • Magnetostrictive-Sensor-Parts

How do magnetostrictive sensors work?

How do magnetostrictive sensors work? When a ferromagnetic material — such as iron, nickel, or cobalt — is subjected to an external magnetic field, the magnetic domains within the material align, creating internal stresses that cause the material’s shape or dimensions to change. This phenomenon is referred to as magnetostriction. Conversely, when a magenetostrictive material [...]

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