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Magnet: Ferrite

 

material characteristics:
property residual flux density coercive force intrinsic coercive force maximum energy product density curie
temp.
maximum operating temperature recom-
mended magnet-
izing field
unit gauss oersted oersted MGOe g/cm3 °C °C kOe
symbol Br HCM HCJ BHmax D Tc
type: ferrite
processing: ceramic, dry(isotropic)/wet(anisotropic) uniaxial pressing and high temperature air sintering
features: high operating temperature, corrosion resistant, low electrical and thermal conductivity, low cost
C1* 2300 1860 3250 1.05 4.8 450 250 10
C1S* 2360 1930 3300 1.2 4.8 450 250 10
C5 3800 2400 2500 3.4 4.8 450 250 10
C7 3400 3230 4000 2.75 4.8 450 250 10
C8A 3850 2950 3050 3.5 4.8 450 250 10
C8B 4200 2913 2960 4.12 4.8 450 250 10
C9 3800 3516 4010 3.32 4.8 450 250 10
C10 4000 3617 3510 3.82 4.8 450 250 10
C11 4300 2512 2560 4.32 4.8 450 250 10
* = isotropic (dry pressed)
 

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