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  • Functions, Variations and Application Areas of Magnetic Components
    The transformer is one of the classical components of Electrotechnology. It is used in all areas of every day life. Transformers are used to adapt electrical energy, which is supplied on various voltage levels to the respective application. Its area of application extends from an area
  • Application: SME Fluid Level, Pressure, and Flow Sensors
    The desire for more information and convenience, along with worldwide water and energy conservation initiatives, has led to a flurry of new fluid level magnetic and conductive sensor designs. Appliances are the number one adopter of the technology, with HVAC (condensate level sensing
  • SME Capabilities & Solutions - Why SME Fluid Level Sensors
    for more complex and "smarter" liquid level sensors that are capable of more than just an open or closed signal line. In some instances additional information can be signaled with simple magnetic reed switches by adding many reed switches to a PCB to give multiple liquid level point measurements
  • The History of Float Switches
    A search of the patents for float level sensors and float switches will uncover a number of patents dated back to the late 1800's. One invention references a magnetic float used to induce movement of needles that will give an indication of the liquid level. Like everything else, float switches have
  • Introduction
    exercises and demonstrations may be implemented using QuickField and MATLAB in a traditional introductory level physics course. This second audience will benefit from the visualization of electric and magnetic field distributions and force calculations without a working knowledge of the finite element
  • Application Note: Speed Sensing (.pdf)
    Speed sensing can be achieved with a variety of approaches. One solution is to use a ferrous metal gear target with a geartooth sensor. The geartooth passes by the sensor face which concentrates the magnetic flux from the bias magnet in the sensor. The sensor detects the change in the flux level
  • A Smarter Way to Control Torque on Automotive Test Benches
    To simulate a wide variety of real-world conditions on automotive components and systems, test stands often need brakes that can deliver a range of torque levels while minimizing cost and control complexity. That's where magnetic particle brakes come into play.
  • How to Measure a Magnets Strength, How a Gaussmeter Works, & How to Optimize Results
    You want to order a magnet to work with a sensor or to produce a magnetic field in your device. Magnets are not covered thoroughly in schools, even at the college level. To you, they may be somewhat mysterious blocks of metal with a lot of weird terms that describe their properties. All you want
  • Re-Inventing the Rotary Encoder: The No-Compromise IXARC from POSITAL
    response, but are relatively bulky and can. be unreliable in damp or dusty conditions. Magnetic encoders are typically more. compact and rugged, but until now, have offered lower levels of precision and dynamic. response. POSITAL has eliminated the need for compromise by developing a new generation
  • Key Considerations for Medical Device Design
    Opportunties for the development of Medical Magnetics and device evolution will require continual demanding physical characteristics and size, as well as more performance through design and design situations. These evolving characteristics will pose unique obstacles for successful magnetics

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  • Magnetic Resonance and Its Applications
    609 13.2.3 Magnetic Levels of the Ion Cr3þ in the Intermediate Crystal Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Handbook of Spintronics
    … with total angular momenta J = ‘ Æ 1/2 = 5/2 and 3/2) to the p core state (‘ = 1 with total angular momenta J0 = ‘0 Æ 1/2 = 3/2 and 1/2) are shown in Fig. 3, where the magnetic levels are split by a …
  • Structure of Matter
    on the magnetic levels as depicted in Fig.4.5b and with an average (statistical) expec- tation value of the magnetic moment along the field < μz >= 0.
  • Molecular Magnets
    By far the simplest is the so-called Giant Spin Approximation (GSA), in which one assigns a total (giant) spin quantum num- ber, S, to the lowest-lying (ms) magnetic levels [2]; for a ferromagnetic molecule, S is obtained from the algebraic …
  • Geomagnetic Observations and Models
    4.8.3 Magnetic Leveling .
  • Structure of Matter
    When the field is switched on, in a characteristic time usually called spin-lattice relaxation time T1 (for some detail on this process see Chapter 6), statis- tical equilibrium is achieved, with the populations on the magnetic levels as depicted in Fig …