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Digital Parallel and Serial Converters - (16 companies)Digital parallel and serial converters change input streams of parallel data into output streams of serial bits, or vice versa. Digital parallel converters are designed to convert data in parallel form into a serial sequence of bits that are at same... Learn More
Magnetic Bearings - (14 companies)...to the stability of the load. Axial or thrust magnetic bearings are used for rotary motion where the primary external loads are parallel to the axis of rotation. They use a flat, solid ferromagnetic disc, secured to the rotor as the collar, for the axial thrust... Search by Specification | Learn More
Magnetic Shielding - (48 companies)
Magnetic Field Sensors - (72 companies)
Magnetic Field Instruments - (152 companies)...superconductors separated by thin insulating layers to form two parallel Josephson junctions. They are most commonly used to measure the magnetic fields produced by brain or heart activity. Atomic SERF magnetometers achieve very high magnetic field sensitivity... Search by Specification | Learn More
Chuck Jaws - (89 companies)
Magnetic Separator Components - (126 companies)
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Magnetic Lifting Technologies US
Rectangular Tri Pole Magnets Rectangular designed magnets are manufactured for specific applications and are not as versatile as the round magnets. They have two outer shoes and one center shoe. They can be made with wire windings or strap windings with aluminum or copper conductors. They are sized according to the application requirements and are often used on spreader beams, used in multiples, for moving product. All three shoes are in plane for material lifting. Usage: The rectangular designed magnets are used for:... (read more)Browse Industrial Magnets Datasheets for Magnetic Lifting Technologies US
Parallel Optics Pluggable Parallel Optics. The Avago AFBR-79EEPZ QSFP+ eSR4 modules can address both 40 Gigabit (40G) and 10 Gigabit (10G) Ethernet applications, and enable interoperability to 10G SFP+ links up to 300 meters using OM3 multimode fiber (MMF) and 400 meters using OM4 MMF. The QSFP+ eSR4 solution offers 3x increase in line card density at 50% of electrical power reduction per 10G channel when compared with the 10G SFP+ multimode transceiver. The AFBR-83PDZ CXP transceivers have 12 lanes... (read more)Browse Fiber Optic Transceivers Datasheets for Avago Technologies
SCHUNK MAGNOS Magnetic Clamping System to activate and deactivate the magnetic field. A uniform clamping force is possible thanks to the poles' quadratic geometry. Reliable clamping, even during rough machining, is ensured by the high holding forces of the magnets. Different pole sizes of 32, 50, 75, and 100 mm are available, enabling the holding forces to be tailored to individual requirements. The advantage of magnetic workholding is that it enables five-sided machining with high holding forces, without any interfering clamps... (read more)Browse Chucks Datasheets for SCHUNK Inc.
Tele-Power Pole Extender Wiremold ® Tele-Power ® Pole Extenders are available in 5-foot sections that snap together to create a single standard pole - or they may be used to extend the length of an existing pole. Prewired and unwired Tele-Power Pole Extenders can be combined in the field to make a single 10-foot pole. Factory-wired units come with two 20A, 125V duplex receptacles. Wired and unwired units are supplied with mounting hardware, end plate, and ceiling trim. Tele-Power Pole Extenders are shipped... (read more)Browse Wireways Datasheets for Legrand
ITT Compact Automation
Parallel Motion Grippers Parallel motion grippers represent a highly versatile and flexible design. The integral pneumatic cylinder pushes the jaws open. The jaws slide along two hardened guide rods providing rigid, long lasting true parallel motion. The pull stroke closes the jaws. A four-way valve circuit is required for control. All units are of two jaw design. (read more)Browse Grippers Datasheets for ITT Compact Automation
Uniquely designed for parallel control PDL-02. suitable for any kind of applications and uniquely designed for parallel control. It can control 1 - 4 linear actuators and ensures water proof. The foot switch can be used together with Progressive Automations PA-20, PA-22 and PA-24 control boxes. It is very popular in physiotherapeutic beds, hospital beds, dentist chairs, gynaecologist chairs, computer workstations, work desks and hobby design. Connect in parallel, could control 1 to 4 linear actuators. IP 54, water proof and easy... (read more)Browse Foot Switches Datasheets for Progressive Automations
R&I Manufacturing Co.
Dura-Grip Parallel Grippers The air actuated Parallel Grippers are self-centering, and allow a single finger design to handle a "Family of Parts", various sizes and or diameters. The fingers are fully guided through the entire stroke. The fingers are thru hardened and ground tool steel. They are actuated by a sleeve roller, running in a 45 degree groove. The sleeve shaft is double end supported. The Grippers are available in: • English or Metric. • Finger position, opening/closing adjustable stops. • Plain... (read more)Browse Grippers Datasheets for R&I Manufacturing Co.
Allied Moulded Products, Inc.
Enclosure Pole Mount Kits Allied Moulded Products, Inc. is pleased to announce the availability of its new offering of pole mount kits for NEMA 4X fiberglass reinforced polyester enclosures. There are eight sizes available that cover Allied Moulded's JIC and Control Series enclosures. The steel band design allows for adjustable mounting capability on pole sizes up through 15 inches in diameter and various pole shapes including round, square, and rectangular. Materials of Construction. Pole Mount Flange. •... (read more)Browse Industrial Enclosures Datasheets for Allied Moulded Products, Inc.
Royal Products Chuck Stop . Stop allows short parts to project past the chuck jaws, providing clearance. for facing operations. Setup time is greatly reduced - no need to bore soft jaws. The Royal Chuck Stop is very accurate - front and back locating surfaces are parallel within +/- 0.0004". Accommodates chuck jaws up to 55mm (21/8") wide. Anodized finish provides good wear-resistance. Available in 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35mm stops... (read more)Browse Chucks Datasheets for Royal Products
Carling Technologies, Inc.
F Series Hydraulic/Magnetic Circuit Breakers applications having inductive loads. Certifications: UL489 Listed CUL Certified UL489A (Telecom) Listed. Number of Poles: 1-3 poles. Available Delays: Short, Medium, Long DC. Maximum Current and Voltage Ratings: 100 - 700 amps @ 125VDC. Maximum Interrupting Capacity: 50,000 amps @ 125VDC. Auxiliary Switch Ratings : 10.1A @ 250VAC 0.1A @ 125VAC (gold contacts) 5A @ 30VDC. Available Circuits Available Circuits : Series, Series with Parallel Pole, Series with Auxiliary/Alarm Switch. Actuator Style... (read more)Browse Circuit Breakers Datasheets for Carling Technologies, Inc.
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Center lathe with digital read out and chuck guard.
68.46 -- Magnetic fields of Helmholz coils
(Demonstration idea courtesy of Chuck Reese)
Magnetic Parallels? [Archive - The Home Shop Machinist...
When and why, would one use a Magnetic Parallel on a surface grinder?
Mag Chuck size for 6x12 Surface Grinder?? [Archive - The...
But the surface grinder does not have a magnetic chuck...so I am thinking of buying one from CDCO tools (or maybe off ebay, but sort of doubt that).
JTS Machinery & Supply Co.
Magnetic Chuck Sine Set FEATURED BRAND Use 6 x 6 separately as parallel or squaring chuck.
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