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Magnetic Field Instruments - (151 companies)
Magnetic Field Sensors - (73 companies)
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Solenoid Valves - (985 companies)...into an electromagnet, creating a magnetic field. The valve body orifice opens as the magnetic field pulls the plunger further up into the coil. Polarity of the coil does not matter because most coils with lead wires use the same color wire for both terminals... Search by Specification | Learn More
Magnetic Shielding - (49 companies)
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Highly sensitive magnetic pickup M168 Magnetic Pickup/Speed Sensor. This highly sensitive magnetic pickup is perfect for lower speed (300 to 500 rpm), larger gear ( >2 inch diam.) applications. It has a 1.75" housing length, 5/8-18 thread and includes 12 inch leads. M168 Data Sheet. . DYNALCO. Instruments & Controls for Rotating Equipment in Demanding Applications. Dynalco serves a variety of customers in the Oil and Gas, Chemical Process, Construction and off-road equipment, Transportation, Power Generation... (read more)Browse Magnetic Speed Sensors Datasheets for Dynalco Controls
M233-6 Magnetic Pickup/Speed Sensor Magnetic Pickup: high sensitivity, intrinsically safe, extra long reach. The low output of this magnetic pickup makes it intrinsically safe and CSA approved. It has an extra-long 6 inch threaded housing. Most CSA-certified pickups retain that approval only when used as part of a specific certified system or assembly. UL, CENELEC, and some CSA approved pickups may be used with any instrumentation. DYNALCO. Instruments & Controls for Rotating Equipment in Demanding Applications. Dynalco... (read more)Browse Magnetic Speed Sensors Datasheets for Dynalco Controls
BEI Kimco Magnetics
Voice Coil Actuator Vs. Solenoid . By comparing the design and capabilities of the two components, it becomes easy to determine which is the most appropriate to use in a given application. Solenoids. Solenoids normally consist of a coil (no magnet) attached to a soft magnetic housing, an iron (or steel) core, and often a spring. Solenoids are on-off devices that can be controlled by simple switches. When the current flows through the coil, the iron core is attracted by the electro-magnetic field created by the coil. When the coil... (read more)Browse Voice Coil Actuators and Motors Datasheets for BEI Kimco Magnetics
MuShield Company, Inc. (The)
Custom Magnetic Field Instruments The MuShield Advantage is one of experience, knowledge and customer-centric practices. Our extensive engineering experience allows us to contribute to the design process if required. Our experience can help determine which materials and manufacturing methods will be most efficient and of highest quality. (read more)
Dwyer Instruments Inc.
Series SRC Solenoid Replacement Coils The Series SRC Solenoid Coils electrically operate the SSV and SBSV solenoid valves. When the solenoid coil receives an electrical input signal it acts upon the valve, changing its state. These coils are field replaceable with their compatible solenoid valves and come in a wide range of voltages. (read more)Browse Solenoid Valves Datasheets for Dwyer Instruments Inc.
Magnetic Shield Corporation
A.C. Magnetic Field Evaluator Probe This field evaluator probe can be used with a digital volt meter (DVM) or oscilloscope to measure AC magnetic field intensities and attenuation ratios. Each probe is carefully calibrated with the calibration number shown on the probe. Probe is accurate for direct measurements from 10Hz to 3000Hz in Transverse directions. Includes BNC Connector. Transverse directional - 60 millivolts peak per Gauss at 60 Hertz. Magnetic Shield Corporation's technical team has learned, "THEORY IS ONE THING... (read more)Browse Magnetic Field Instruments Datasheets for Magnetic Shield Corporation
Ohio Semitronics, Inc.
HR Series Halltron Magnetic Field Probes HR Series Halltron Magnetic Field Probes are designed for high accuracy, low noise operation for magnetic field sensing applications. Specifications. Input. Magnetic Field: 10kGauss. Instrument Power. Control Current: See the following model numbers. Output. Voltage: See the following model numbers. Temperature. Operating Range: -65 to 85 ºC. Coefficient: See the following model numbers. . Physical. Input Leads: Red (+), Black (-). Output Leads: Blue (+), Yellow (-).  ... (read more)Browse Magnetic Field Sensors Datasheets for Ohio Semitronics, Inc.
MultiDimension Technology Co., Ltd.
High-Precision TMR Magnetic Field Sensor MMLP57F The MDT MMLP57F TMR linear magnetic field sensor features wide operating field range at +/-90 Oe, very-low hysteresis at 0.2 Oe, high sensitivity at 4.8 mV/V/Oe, very-low power consumption at 11-22 μW, and excellent thermal stability over -40 °C - 125 °C. Designed with TMR (Tunneling Magnetoresistance) technology, a unique push-pull full bridge composed of four TMR elements provides a high sensitivity voltage output that is linearly proportional to a magnetic field applied parallel... (read more)Browse Magnetic Field Sensors Datasheets for MultiDimension Technology Co., Ltd.
Magnetic Shield Corporation
EP-101A Field Evaluator Probe by Magnetic Shield This field evaluator probe can be used with a digital volt meter (DVM) or oscilloscope to measure AC magnetic field intensities and attenuation ratios. Each probe is carefully calibrated with the calibration number shown on the probe. Probe is accurate for direct measurements from 10Hz to 3000Hz in Axial directions. Includes 2-prong banana plug. Axial directional - 20 millivolts peak per Gauss at 60 Hertz. Note: The EP-101A field evaluator probe is included with Lab Kit LK-120 (read more)Browse Magnetic Field Instruments Datasheets for Magnetic Shield Corporation
MultiDimension Technology Co., Ltd.
High-Sensitivity TMR Magnetic Field Sensor MMLH45F The MDT MMLH45F TMR linear sensor features very-high sensitivity at 12 mV/V/Oe, very-low power consumption at 12.5 μW, wide operating field range at +/-50 Oe, low hysteresis at 1%FS, and excellent thermal stability over -40 °C - 125 °C. Designed with TMR (Tunneling Magnetoresistance) technology, a unique push-pull full bridge composed of four TMR elements provides a high sensitivity voltage output that is linearly proportional to a magnetic field applied parallel to the surface... (read more)Browse Magnetic Sensor Chips Datasheets for MultiDimension Technology Co., Ltd.
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