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Schematic diagram of magnet planar 2 pole magnetization

Magnet planar 2-pole magnetization refers to the magnet in the plane of the magnet presents two magnetic poles distribution, we call this kind of magnet planar 2-pole magnet, this kind of magnet is mainly ferrite and neodymium material is mainly, the following is about the magnet planar 2-pole magnetization schematic diagram and the characteristics of the introduction.

Planar(axial) 2-pole magnets can be round, toroidal, rectangular, curved and other shapes, and its main features are;

1. A planar 2-pole magnet forms two opposite magnetic poles (usually North N and South S) on a plane, separated by a magnetic field line between the two poles.

2. Inside the magnet plane, the lines of magnetic force are distributed approximately parallel to each other, pointing from one pole to the other. Outside the magnet plane, the lines of force originate at one of the poles and converge at the other.

3. Since the two poles are concentrated in the same plane, the magnetic flux is also relatively concentrated, and the magnetic energy is more concentrated than in other forms of magnetization.

Schematic picture of the distribution of magnetic poles for 2-pole magnetization in the plane of a magnet

Schematic diagram of magnet planar 2 pole magnetization

Applications of planar 2-pole magnets.

Proximity switches, Hall effect sensors

Household appliances

Magnetic Encoders

Medical equipment

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