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Strong Segment N50H Neodymium Magnet for Gearmotors, NdFeB Arc Permanent pre-engineered gearmotor magnets, inverter-duty gearmotors, variable frequency drive Nd magnet
Strong Segment N50H Neodymium Magnet for Gearmotors Features:
Type: Rare Earth Permanent Magnets
Composition: Neodymium Iron Boron Magnets
Application: Standard and inverter-duty Gearmotors
Standard Gearmotor Magnets Neodymium Arc N50H – A gearmotor performance curve is only one tool to help in selecting the right product. To get the most out of it requires a thorough knowledge of the application. For instance, the load requirements and speed range can be used to calculate the required torque for the application. Then, the manufacturer’s gearmotor performance curve can be used to select the best gearmotor fit.
Gearmotors are available in a variety of styles, packages, and options. There are two standard methods for picking a gearmotor. One is simply selecting a pre-engineered unit and the other is choosing a motor and gearbox separately and then assembling them into one finished unit.
One of the biggest advantage of selecting a pre-engineered gearmotor is that the manufacturer you purchase from has done most of the work for you already. A lot of the uncertainty has been dealt with. So there’s no need to pick a motor and gearbox separately and assemble them together and hope that you’ve done your homework correctly. Going the pre-engineered route saves engineering time and resources, eliminates complexity, and reduces design risk.
1. Which is the strongest type of magnet?
Neodymium (more precisely Neodymium-Iron-Boron) magnets are the strongest permanent magnets in the world.
2. What are neodymium magnets? Are they the same as “rare earth”?
Neodymium magnets are a member of the rare earth magnet family. They are called “rare earth” because neodymium is a member of the “rare earth” elements on the periodic table. Neodymium magnets are the strongest of the rare earth magnets and are the strongest permanent magnets in the world.
3. What’s the Grade of a magnet ?
Neodymium Permanent Magnet are graded according to their maximum energy product, which relates to the magnetic flux output per unit volume. Higher values indicate stronger magnets and range from N35 up to N52. and M, H, SH, UH, EH, AH series,can be customized into a wide range of shapes and sizes with precise tolerances. Multiple choices of coatings and magnetization orientations can meet specific customer requirements. Letters following the grade indicate maximum operating temperatures (often the Curie temperature), which range from M (up to 100 °C) to EH (200 °C) to AH (230 °C)
4. What materials do magnets attract?
Ferromagnetic materials are strongly attracted by a magnetic force. The elements iron (Fe), nickel (Ni), and cobalt (Co) are the most commonly available elements. Steel is ferromagnetic because it is an alloy of iron and other metals.
5. What materials can I use to block/shield magnetic fields?
Magnetic fields cannot be blocked, only redirected. The only materials that will redirect magnetic fields are materials that are ferromagnetic (attracted to magnets), such as iron, steel (which contains iron), cobalt, and nickel. The degree of redirection is proportional to the permeability of the material. The most efficient shielding material is the 80 Nickel family, followed by the 50 Nickel family.N50H Neodymium Magnet for Gearmotors
6. How is the strength of a magnet measured?
Gaussmeters are used to measure the magnetic field density at the surface of the magnet. This is referred to as the surface field and is measured in Gauss (or Tesla). Pull Force Testers are used to test the holding force of a magnet that is in contact with a flat steel plate. Pull forces are measured in pounds (or kilograms).
7. Can I cut, drill, or machine neodymium magnets?
The Neodymium Iron Boron material is very hard and brittle, so machining is difficult at best.