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Magnets for Mini Micro Motor

With the increasing performance of permanent magnet materials, rare earth permanent magnet materials are widely used in electrical fields. Using high-performance rare earth permanent magnet materials to make a motor, the structure does not require special electrical excitation system, which helps to improve motor efficiency and power factor, and save energy, reduce the size of the motor. Currently, in the design of permanent magnet motor, the general assumption that a uniform distribution of the various parts of the magnetic field of the permanent magnet and the magnetic properties of the same batch of permanent magnets can be the same, while the need to use a demagnetization curve of permanent magnet at room temperature under suppliers, intrinsic connectivity magnetic parameters, residual magnetism, such as density and maximum energy product. However, since the manufacturing process and the level of the plant and other reasons, there is a temperature in each portion of a permanent magnet hereinafter actual performance differences and the performance of the same group of permanent magnets is different. The magnetic properties of the permanent magnet motor in normal operation can directly determine whether reliable operation. When the permanent magnet motor is running, sometimes leaving the rotor temperature higher NdFeB irreversible demagnetization phenomenon, causing permanent magnet synchronous motor efficiency and power factor and other performance indicators deteriorated.

micro stepper motor

There are 3 magnets for micromotors:

1. Samarium cobalt has high-temperature resistance (400 C), bright metal color, relatively high value, comprehensive research, and micro-motor is rarely used Samarium cobalt magnet.

2. Permanent magnet ferrite, because the high temperature is better than NdFeB in this respect is beyond doubt, to achieve micro-motor matching and unique, a process cost of the ferrite is high, and the scrap rate is also high, because the simple break may be wear and tear angle.

3. The permanent magnet motor with neodymium magnet as the rotor magnet has a small size, light weight, high moment-inertia ratio, high response of servo system, high power and speed/component ratio, high starting moment and saving electricity. Motor magnets are mostly tiles, ring or trapezoid, which can be used in different motors, such as permanent magnet motor, AC motor, DC motor, linear motor, brushless motor, etc.

mini motor

People usually use the confusion and repulsion force of magnets to drive. Usually, all the neodymium arc magnets with radial symmetry magnetization are chosen to form a ring. Sintered NdFeB is an anisotropic raw material and can not be formed at one time to achieve a slightly complex magnetization target that customers want. Neodymium magnet is also divided into sintered NdFeB and bonded NdFeB, and bonded NdFeB is more recognized by the industry. At present, some manufacturers may also do radiation magnetization of bonded Nd-Fe-B magnets, but there are many requirements for size and grade, and the magnetic function also has the technological requirements for stability and uniformity, while the coil of the die and the magnetizing clamp are very high. Micro-electromagnets are small in size and can play a very important role. As an implementation device of the automatic control system, it has been used in industrial automation control, office automation, medical devices, and other boundaries. In our daily lives, we also see its shadow everywhere, such as office equipment, video equipment, banking equipment, packaging machinery, medical equipment, food machinery, textile machinery, automatic sorting machine, automatic teller machine, vending machine, card puncher, electromagnetic lock, various remote control devices, brakes, counting devices, access control system, etc.

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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