Neodymium Arc Magnet (59.5°) - (OD)70.7mm x (ID)60mm x 5.35mm

Product code: 88953

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Neodymium Arc Magnet (59.5°) - (OD)70.7mm x (ID)60mm x 5.35mm

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Product Code 88953

Magnetic Product Description:

This Neodymium Arc Magnet has an angle of 59.5°.

70.7 outer diameter, and a 60 inner diameter, a 5mm thickness and a width of 15mm.  

It is identified by the AMF magnet part number 88953. 

Uses for our Rare Earth Arc Magnets:

These Neodymium arc magnets are much more useful than they look. Neodymium Arc Magnets and the field they emit are used in DC electric motors and generators to create rotational movement by interacting with electrical currents that cause their alternating poles to repel and attract. This energy generating principle is utilized in battery powered motors of power tools, white goods, starter motors, turbines and just about anything that converts DC electricity into mechanical power or movement. The power created is both constant and variable and instigated by adjusting the electrical current. Cordless tools and equipment have increased in popularity, and improved battery technology using Lithium-ion and expensive but efficient brushless motors have enhanced their performance and battery life while reducing recharge times. 

Smaller neodymium arc magnets are commonly used in DC motors as sensors.

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excellent product

Very strong magnet, sufficient to use as a magnet for a fly wheel magneto to power a single cylinder engine, but has to be glued in position as there is no bolt hole to secure magnet.

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