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Thread: Monopole Magnets

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    Monopole Magnets

    Welcome all,

    The first thing we want to get out of the way is magnets, which to use? we only use Ferrite C8 in the monopole energiser. 3/8" by 1" by 17/8" almost every magnet supplier on the face of the planet has this exact magnet or something similar. John will be posting on the reasons for this decision at a later time.

    Tom C

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    In my SSG i use ceramic Ferrite magnets.

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    i use ferrit magnets to, the black ones... no neo,
    my magnets are smaller 10mm x 10mm x 20 mm...
    so torque and rpm could be lower.. but triggering sharp pulses works as well i think...

    (17/8) inch = 5.3975 centimeters
    (3/8) inch = 9.52500 millimeters = 1 centimeter
    1 inch = 2.54 centimeters


    i think we should talk in millimeters instead of inches

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrRonsen View Post
    i use ferrit magnets to, the black ones... no neo,
    my magnets are smaller 10mm x 10mm x 20 mm...
    so torque and rpm could be lower.. but triggering sharp pulses works as well i think...

    (17/8) inch = 5.3975 centimeters
    (3/8) inch = 9.52500 millimeters = 1 centimeter
    1 inch = 2.54 centimeters


    i think we should talk in millimeters instead of inches
    Hi MrRonsen,

    Yes, I think in mm too

    Tom C means 1-7/8" or ~50mm, not 17/8". The other dimension are correct.


    John K.

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    Question Is 50x19x9.5 too small?

    Tom, My magnets are slightly smaller at 50x19x9.5, is this OK?

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    bobinski,

    They will be fine.


    John K.

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    Hi John, thanks for that, I didn't really want to build a third one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobinski View Post
    Hi John, thanks for that, I didn't really want to build a third one!
    Lol, if there is one thing Ive learned over the years, its this.

    You always want to build another one.

    Regards

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    Are these sized magnets tripple stacked or just single?

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    Just single

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