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  • What are the types of arc magnets used in DC motors?

    What are the types of arc magnets used in DC motors?

    Arc magnets are mainly used in various DC motors, such as brushless DC motors, permanent magnet DC motors, etc., and magnets are indispensable. So what are the main arc magnet materials used in motors? What are the advantages? Please read on.... ...More>>

    2022-09-27
  • What kind of sensors need use magnets?

    What kind of sensors need use magnets?

    Non-contact sensors use magnetic materials. Such as Hall sensor, car position sensor, motor speed sensor, weighing sensor, security alarm sensor, magnetostrictive displacement sensor, car brake sensor, car wheel speed sensor, magnetic control sensor, vehicle speed sensor, water flow sensor, inductive type Magnetic sensors, inductive sensors, etc.... ...More>>

    2022-09-22
  • Function and material of magnets in automobile gear position sensor

    Function and material of magnets in automobile gear position sensor

    The sensor is installed on the gearbox casing, and the matching shift shaft drives the magnet to rotate together. The sensor outputs different signals through the change of the magnetic field diverged by the magnet, which is fed back to the TCU.... ...More>>

    2022-09-14
  • Which products are radial multipole ring magnets mainly used in?

    Which products are radial multipole ring magnets mainly used in?

    The above is an introduction to which products the radial multi-pole magnetic ring is mainly used in. If the multi-pole rotor magnetic steel of the motor is customized, you are welcome to come to the map for consultation if you need ready-made samples.... ...More>>

    2022-09-07
  • How fast do magnets lose magnetism at high temperatures?

    How fast do magnets lose magnetism at high temperatures?

    For a specific small volume of magnet, demagnetization will occur immediately. However, even in a small magnet, it takes time for heat to transfer from the outer surface to the center. For example, a 1 cm3 part takes several minutes. However, the part of the magnet near the surface will immediately lose its performance.... ...More>>

    2022-09-05
  • How many gauss are there in a 7mm thick magnet?

    How many gauss are there in a 7mm thick magnet?

    7mm thickness is not too thin for magnets. Usually 1-5mm is more common. Yesterday, I saw some netizens in the background of the website want to know how many Gauss a 7mm thick magnet has. Today, this article will take you to understand.... ...More>>

    2022-08-23
  • Why should a magnet be added to the reducer rotor?

    Why should a magnet be added to the reducer rotor?

    To make the reducer rotate, first the control unit needs to sense the current position of the motor rotor, and then according to the stator winding to determine the order of turning on the power transistors in the inverter, so that the current flows through the motor coil in sequence to generate a forward rotating magnetic field... ...More>>

    2022-08-16
  • How are the magnets and the motor shaft fixed together?

    How are the magnets and the motor shaft fixed together?

    If the magnet is on the stator, use Outai's Braun anaerobic structural glue or ab glue. If the magnet is on the rotor, use modified acrylic glue, and the initial positioning is 5-10 minutes. Full solid 24 hours, all this time.... ...More>>

    2022-07-18
  • What are the ways to fix the magnet?

    What are the ways to fix the magnet?

    Magnets need to be fixed in many applications. A friend asked, what are the fixing methods of magnets? Which is better? Let’s find out with my text below!... ...More>>

    2022-07-15
  • What does magnetism 4500 mean? Equal to how much suction?

    What does magnetism 4500 mean? Equal to how much suction?

    When I was reading Baidu statistics in the morning, I saw some netizens asked such a magnet question, what does the magnetism 4500 mean? Equal to how much suction? Let me introduce this issue to you below.... ...More>>

    2022-07-15
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