Products/Services for Electromagnet Catalogue

  • Electromagnets-Image
    Electromagnets - (123 companies)
    Electromagnets use electric current to generate a magnetic field which can be turned on or off as needed. They are made from a softer iron which quickly dissipates the induced magnetism after the current is switched off. Electromagnetic strength...
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    Electromagnetic Flow Meters - (109 companies)
    Electromagnetic flow meters operate on Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction, which states that a voltage is induced when a conductor moves through a magnetic field. The liquid serves as the conductor; the magnetic field is created by energized...
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    EMF Meters - (60 companies)
    EMF meters detect and monitor harmful electric, magnetic or electromagnetic fields surrounding personal or work areas. Electromagnetic fields (EMF) are invisible lines of force produced by the voltage and current which surround electrical wires...
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    Electric and Magnetic Water Filters - (40 companies)
    ...in the formation of microscopic nuclei. In turn, these nuclei cause calcium carbonate to precipitate within the water. Electromagnetic treatment passes water through a magnetic field. This changes the electrical properties of water and dissociates...
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    EMC Testers - (42 companies)
    EMC testers are devices used to test or monitor parts and products for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). Electrical and electronic products which meet published EMC standards do not emit levels of electromagnetic (EM) energy that cause...
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    Electrical and EMC Testing Services - (385 companies)
    Electrical and EMC testing services evaluate parts and products for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), electromagnetic interference (EMI), radio frequency interference (RFI), dielectric properties, conductivity, electrostatic discharge (ESD...
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    Magnetic Receivers - (5 companies)
    Magnetic receivers use the electromagnetic principle to receive and analyze signals. The simplest of these devices is the telephone. Magnetic receivers use the electromagnetic principle to receive and analyze signals. An electromagnetic principle...
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    Anechoic Chambers - (39 companies)
    Anechoic chambers are specialized chambers designed for electromagnetic or sound waves. They have specialized walls to absorb and reflect waves of electromagnetic radiation. Acoustic anechoic chambers are soundproof and used for testing applications...
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    Antennas - (1097 companies)
    Antennas are structures or devices used to collect or radiate electromagnetic waves. Antennas are mechanical components which either transmit or receive radio frequency signals. For transmission, an oscillating RF electrical current is fed...
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    Industrial Magnets - (426 companies)
    Industrial magnets are manufactured for industrial use. They include individual magnets, bulk magnet materials, magnetic assemblies, magnetic sweepers, magnetic lifts, magnetic sheet handlers, magnetic retrievers, and permanent / electromagnet...
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...circuit configuration means the magnet does not have any exposed poles. Some examples of a closed circuit configuration are a ring shape magnetized circumferentially, or a block or disc squeezed between the pole pieces of an electromagnet....

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...in contact with a ferromagnetic surface, developing a powerful attracting force to the surface. EM (ElectroMagnet) devices comprise a magnetic armature, usually in the form of a mild steel pot, into which a coil is fitted, such that magnetic flux flows when the coil is energised. The flux path...

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...with our LC-066 Arduino Uno to show off their control capabilities. The relays control the direction in which the actuator moves. They work by using current from the input source to activate an electromagnet, which pulls a switch that allows higher currents on the opposite side of the relay to flow....

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(electromagnet) to drive the hammer, as is shown in Figure 1....

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A reed switch gets its name from the use of two or three thin metal pieces, called reeds, with plated contacts at their tips and spaced a small distance apart. The reeds are typically encapsulated in a sealed glass tube filled with inert gas. A field from a magnet or an electromagnet deflects...

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...and radio. Human intervention is allowed only for introduction or removal of players. The ball, which moves up to 12 mps (about 45 km/hr) is kicked via an electromagnet with a "kicking stick. " Precious-metal commuted dc micromotors from , Switzerland, drive the robots' four omnidirectional wheels...

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