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How to choose their own electromagnet

Release time:2017-04-19 15:53     Author:Judy

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Keywords: electromagnet

On the selection of electromagnets for the layman feel very difficult, it is not true, mainly through the
following steps can be narrowed to select the scope of their own electromagnet.

First, let's start with push-pull electromagnets
Push-pull electromagnet sub-C-type open-type electromagnet, U-type open electromagnet, round tube
electromagnet, from the appearance of the sub-type and round tube type, first of all we need to confirm the
appearance of the body can be assembled On the other, and if there is no size requirements to see their
own institutions need to travel / strength, regardless of price costs, travel / strength requirements, according to
C-type open-type electromagnet-U-type open-type electromagnet Type electromagnet to choose this order,
it will be in a very fast time to choose their own models, we talk about the holding electromagnet


If not necessary circumstances, it is best not to choose to keep the electromagnet, after all, because of its working
principle of the electromagnet and the uniqueness of the selection, relative to the U-shaped frame electromagnet, the
trip is not long, and the power is not Large, the advantage lies in the end of the trip can be maintained and maintain a
certain suction, so this type of electromagnet is often applied to the device against the force rather than the vertical force
of the device. Such as electronic door locks. Which is sucker-type electromagnet, this type of electromagnet is not a
large industrial use of lifting a certain level of electromagnet, after all, is a miniature electromagnet, it is generally required
to suck the spare parts zero distance work.

Of course, the electromagnet itself is also a non-standard parts, so a lot of time will be based on your request to order,
which includes the parameters are more, as follows:
 
1. Working mode 2. Voltage 3. Working environment temperature
4. Stroke / strength or torque 5. Volume requirements 6. Power frequency,


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