Geometry:Other Rare-Earth Magnets Datasheets

Alnico Permanent Magnet
from Dexter Magnetic Technologies, Inc.

Alnico Permanent Magnets. Alnico was developed in the early 1930's. During World War II it was used in military electronic applications. After the war it quickly spread into civilian versions of those applications and replaced magnet steel in many applications. High induction levels with good... [See More]

  • Geometry: Block / Bar; Round / Ring / Disc; Rod; Various Other Shapes
  • Br: 6.7 to 13.5
  • BHmax: 1.3 to 10
  • Hc: 560 to 2000
Neodymium-Iron-Boron Magnet
from Standex-Meder Electronics

Features. Rare Earth Metal. High energy density (small sizes possible). Working Temperature up to 160 °C. Best Opposing Field Resistance. Brittle. Rare earth magnets like NdFeB Neodymium-Iron-Boron magnets have the highest energy density per volume and weight and also the best demagnetizations... [See More]

  • Geometry: Cylindical, Rectangular
  • Hc: 8545 to 23876
  • Material: Neodymium Iron Boron
  • Operating Temperature: 320
PowerLift™ Magnets -- Rare Earth Lift Magnet
from DME Company

These compact yet powerful Rare Earth lift magnets can be used on flat or round surfaces and contain an internal release devise that does not contact or damage the surface of the part being lifted. Permanent magnetic lifts eliminate the fear of dropping the load being lifted due to power failures. [See More]

  • Geometry: Plate
  • Features: Manual Release