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Extremely Strong Rare Earth Ring SmCo Radar Magnets YXG-32H Item No. MPCO-SMOS series
Customzied Specific Requirements
OEM or ODM service: Accept
Dimension: Customized size
Custom Grade: SmCo5, Sm2Co17
Magnetization direction: Thickness, Length, Axially, Diametre, Radially, Multipolar
Surface Treatment: UNCOATED, Silver, Gold, Zinc, Ni-cu-Ni. Epoxy etc.
Tolerance: +/-0.02 – 0.05mm
SmCo Magnet Ring General Description
1, We are high-tech enterprise based on the perfect combination of capital and technology, the main products cover Smco5 and Sm2Co17 magnet, samarium cobalt powder and various assemblies, etc.
2, Our smco magnets are: High(BH)max, high Br and high Hc with high operating temperature, low temperature coeficient, counter-demagnetization, decay resistance, which applied in the high tech fields of communication, automobiles, computers, medical treatment, electric machinery, military project, and aerospace.
SMCo magnet has high property with low temperature coefficient. Its operation temperature can reach 350° C. And it’s no need to be plated because of its high anti-erosion and anti-oxidization. Applications: SMCo magnet is widely used in motors, instrument, transducers, positional detector, generators, radar and other hi-tech industry…
Samarium Cobalt (SmCo) Magnets
Extremely strong rare earth magnets, Samarium Cobalt magnets (SmCo) are composed of samarium, cobalt and iron. Not sure if samarium cobalt is the best material for your application? Review our permanent magnetic materials comparison for more information. High Performance SmCo Permanent Magnet Ring, High Anti-erosion and Anti-oxidization Ring-shape SmCo Magnets for Radar
Manufacturing – In general, the elements are melted together and milled into a powder that is dry-pressed to shape in the presence of a magnetic field. The material is then sintered, aged, ground to dimension, magnetized and tested. They are called “rare earth” magnets because the elements of samarium cobalt are classified as such in the lanthanides section of the Periodic Table of the Elements. Standard Rare Earth Ring Permanent SmCo Magnet
Applications of Samarium Cobalt Magnets
Computer disc drives
Traveling wave tubes
Motors where temporary stability is vita
Attributes of Samarium Cobalt Material
High resistance to demagnetization
High energy (magnetic strength is strong for its size)
Good temperature stability
Expensive material (cobalt is market price sensitive)
Excellent corrosion resistance
General size range: OD: 1.5 – 160mm, ID: 0.5 – 150mm, H: 0.3 – 150mm
Max Ring: OD160 x ID150 × H50mm( Large OD/H ratio), OD60 x ID40 x H150mm(Large H/OD ratio)
Min Ring: OD1.5 x ID0.5 x H0.3mm
Note: For large rings, too thin thickness or wall thickness is not allowed, because the great brittleness of SmCo easily causes fracture when assembling. Please contact technical support for details.
A radar’s components are:
A transmitter that generates the radio signal with an oscillator such as a klystron or a magnetron and controls its duration by a modulator.
A waveguide that links the transmitter and the antenna.
A duplexer that serves as a switch between the antenna and the transmitter or the receiver for the signal when the antenna is used in both situations.
A receiver. Knowing the shape of the desired received signal (a pulse), an optimal receiver can be designed using a matched filter.
A display processor to produce signals for human readable output devices.
An electronic section that controls all those devices and the antenna to perform the radar scan ordered by software.
A link to end user devices and displays.
Marine radars are X band or S band radars on ships, used to detect other ships and land obstacles, to provide bearing and distance for collision avoidance and navigation at sea. They are electronic navigation instruments that use a rotating antenna to sweep a narrow beam of microwaves around the water surface surrounding the ship to the horizon, detecting targets by microwaves reflected from them, generating a picture of the ship’s surroundings on a display screen.
Radar is a vital navigation component for safety at sea and near the shore. Captains need to be able to maneuver their ships within feet in the worst of conditions and to be able to navigate “blind”, when there is no visibility at night or due to bad weather. In addition to vessel-based marine radars, in port or in harbour, shore-based vessel traffic service radar systems are used by harbormasters and coast guard to monitor and regulate ship movements in busy waters.