Magnetic stripe 50 x 3 bipolar
- 50 [mm]
- 3 [mm]
- magnetizing direction along dimension
- 3 [mm]
- Maximum working temperature
- 80 °[C]
- 570 [g]
Magnetic properties of material grade
|remanence Br||0,225 [T]|
|coercivity HcB||min. 150 [kA/m]|
|coercivity HcJ||min. 180 [kA/m]|
|energy product (BH)max||min. 11,0 [kJ/m3]|
|As an example you will find attached a graph of a course of II quadrant of magnetic hysteresis loop for a bonded ferrite material grade.|
Minimal length of the stripe available for purchase is 1 meter = 1 unit.
In the magnetic stripe as a magnetically active substance barium ferrite was used. The stripe with bipole magnetization, as opposed to the stripe multipole magnetized, is characterized by smaller detachment force. After rolling it makes a ring with one magnetic pole inside, and the other â€“ outside of the ring. It proves to be useful in cooperation with both reed switches and hall effect sensors.
Magnetic properties of material grade: remanence Br min. 0,225 [T], coercivity HcB min. 150 [kA/m], coercivity HcJ min. 180 [kA/m], energy product (BH)max min. 11,0 [kJ/m3]
Physical proprieties: density ~3,8 [g/cm3]
Max. working temperature is approx. 80Â°[C].
Direction of magnetization: along the height (bipolar) means that one side of the stripe corresponds with the N-pole, while the other â€“ with the S-pole.
Weight of 1 running meter of the stripe is: ~570 [g] , Weight of one roll (25 running meters) is: ~14,3 [kg].
As an example you will find attached a graph of a course of II quadrant of magnetic hysteresis loop for a bonded ferrite material grade.