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  • Magnetic Sensors and Timing Applications
    the mechanical system it is trying to control. The objective of a sensing system used in timing applications is to provide an electrical signal that accurately corresponds to the physical object being monitored. Magnetic sensors such as Hall effect and magnetic pickups are candidates for this job. Each
  • Magnetic Sensing
    without an external power source. They have high resolution, generating many pulses/in. of target travel and can sense very small ferrous objects. For example, one sensor responds to 96-pitch gears, while Hall-effect sensors can only register 16-pitch gear teeth. In these applications, magnetic
  • Magnetic Stripe
    What is a magnetic stripe? A magnetic stripe is the black or brown stripe that you see on your credit card, or maybe the back of your airline ticket or transit card. The stripe is made up of tiny magnetic particles in a resin. The particles are either applied directly to the card or made
  • Why a Magnetic Drive Pump
    This article explains how magnetic drive pumps work, major components of a magnetic drive coupling, benefits and advantages and application specifications best met by utilizing a magnetic drive.
  • Magnetic Flux & Field of an Antenna
    In some applications, it is required to determine the Magnetic Flux Density or the Magnetic Field Strength of an antenna for safety and/or regulatory issues. The following application note describes a procedure which can be utilized to determine the Magnetic Flux Density and/or the Magnetic Field
  • Preheating a magnetic steel die
    This induction heating application involved preheating a magnetic steel die. The end product is tubing and fittings.
  • Magnetic Bearings Come Of Age
    More-powerful controllers and better software lead to broader applications for magnetic bearings. Magnetic radial bearings have a stator and rotor. The surface area of the magnetic poles, number of coil windings, air-gap dimensions, and applied voltage and current all affect bearing ratings
  • Magnetic Alternative to Optical Encoding
    Incremental encoders using magnetic technologies have been around a long time. Because of their robust nature, automotive designers have been using Low Resolution Magnetic Encoders for years in demanding applications that include antilock braking, transmission speed, ignition timing along

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