Neodymium Ring - 5mm x 2mm x 5mm

Product code: 23023

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Neodymium Ring - 5mm x 2mm x 5mm

Product Code 23023
Pull Force* .680 kg
Weight 1 gm
Style Rare Earth Ring magnet
Coating Nickel (NiCuNi)
Direction of Magnetisation Axially magnetised thru the 5mm
Dimensions Outside Diameter:5mm, Inside Diameter:2mm, Thickness:5mm

Magnetic Product Description:

This small rare earth ring magnet has an outside diameter of 5mm, an inside diameter of 2mm and a thickness of 5mm. It has a pull force of 680 grams. It is identified by the AMF magnet part number 23023.

Uses for our rare earth ring magnets:

Magnets are important components of many electrical and electronic devices. The operation of Microphones and Audio speakers relies largely on the ability of magnets to transform sound waves into electrical signals. These signals can be amplified and projected to an audience or recorded for later use or for sale. The advent of powerful and compact Neodymium Ring magnets has enabled this technology to become lighter, smaller, more sensitive and more accurate in the reproduction of sound. The ring magnets found in most of the audio speakers and microphones of today have the ability to convert vibrating air into electrical signals. Wireless technology found in Earbud earphones still require tiny permanent magnets to react to electromagnetic fields and produce sound.

Neodymium Ring - 5mm x 2mm x 5mm (23023)

Magnetic Product Description:

This small rare earth ring magnet has an outside diameter of 5mm, an inside diameter of 2mm and a thickness of 5mm. It has a pull force of 680 grams. It is identified by the AMF magnet part number 23023.

Uses for our rare earth ring magnets:

Magnets are important components of many electrical and electronic devices. The operation of Microphones and Audio speakers relies largely on the ability of magnets to transform sound waves into electrical signals. These signals can be amplified and projected to an audience or recorded for later use or for sale. The advent of powerful and compact Neodymium Ring magnets has enabled this technology to become lighter, smaller, more sensitive and more accurate in the reproduction of sound. The ring magnets found in most of the audio speakers and microphones of today have the ability to convert vibrating air into electrical signals. Wireless technology found in Earbud earphones still require tiny permanent magnets to react to electromagnetic fields and produce sound.

Neodymium Ring - 5mm x 2mm x 5mm (23023)