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Importance of Magnetic Modules

1.   What is Permanent Magnetic Module?

Permanent magnetic modules are units of permanent magnets used to enhance magnetism. People can find them from raw materials to fully assembled equipment in the form of ribbons, laminations, and magnetic cores. Permanent magnetic modules can be applied to make transformers, chokes, inductors, and sensors for wind generation and other sectors.

2.   Permanent Magnetic Modules Applications

Permanent magnetic modules are a combination of permanent magnets and magnetic modules, which are utilized to control and transfer electric power. Permanent magnets offer strong power with their enhanced magnetism. With their inherent magnetic field, they produce strong forces on ferromagnetic materials and other magnets including iron, nickel, cobalt, and their alloys. Magnetic modules use magnetic units for stronger magnetic forces. These components rely on the transformation between the internal magnetic field and the electrical current, so they are used in many electronic devices, and systems in the automotive, communications, and even defense industries. Thus, permanent magnetic modules obtain enhanced magnetic power and offer the following benefits for various industries:

  • A modular system could be used to increase productivity.
  • Consumers could just need an electronic unit to control the whole system.
  • Products could be used in a variety of operations.

3.   Common Types of Magnetic Modules

Magnetic modules convert magnetism into electricity, and they can be divided into the following groups:

  • Transformers: Transformers change the voltage with two or more coils inside. There are single-phase transformers, three-phase transformers, step-up/step-down transformers, and isolation transformers.
  • Inductors: Inductors store the current with a wire coil around a metal core. For various applications, there are Bobbin-based inductors, toroidal inductors, and multi-layer inductors.
  • Choke: Chokes are a type of inductor used to block high-frequency alternating current. Inside chokes, insulated wire is coiled around a magnetic core. Chokes can be divided into common mode chokes and differential mode chokes.
  • Sensors: A magnetic sensor usually relies on the transformation between a magnetic field and electric signals. They include coils and reed switches.
  • Magnetic Latching Relays: It is an automatic switch that switches on and off the circuit automatically. It is classified into single-phase and three-phase, both of which offer stable performance.

Stanford Magnets is a leading supplier of magnetic modules. Please check our website for detailed information on product specifications.

4.   Magnetic Modules for Wind Power

Magnetic modules are widely used in a range of fields such as wind power generation to reduce costs and enhance performance. Neodymium magnet is a kind of powerful magnet commonly used for wind turbines.   Magnetic modules are used in wind generators and other parts of wind turbines. Wind turbine generators function according to the principle of electromagnetism. That is to say, the motion of the blades is converted to electricity and large power is generated. In addition, magnetic modules are used to attach ladders and other equipment to the tall walls of wind turbines, which would be much safer and more efficient than the drilling and welding methods employed in the past. You can find useful magnetic modules almost everywhere inside wind turbines. Stanford Magnets has rich experience in manufacturing wind turbine magnets. We provide strong neodymium magnets within a short lead time. Furthering Reading: Application of Permanent Magnets in Wind Turbines

5.   Conclusion

Magnetic modules offer great performance by transforming between magnetism and electricity in wind turbine generators. Because of their strong magnetic power, they are used to make transformers, sensors, and latching relays applied to wind power and other industries. Stanford Magnets offers different magnetic modules at competitive prices. Hope you can find ideal magnetic modules from our diverse products online.

About the author

Cathy Marchio

Cathy Marchio is an expert at Stanford Magnets, where she shares her deep knowledge of magnets like Neodymium and Samarium Cobalt. With a background in materials science, Cathy writes articles and guides that make complex topics easier to understand. She helps people learn about magnets and their uses in different industries, making her a key part of the company's success.

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