*Measurements have been rounded to the nearest fraction inch - please check the product description for specific measurements.*
Strong neodymium cube magnet with a 5/64" hole through the centre of the cube, running parallel to the magnetic axis. Ideal for creating a Halbach array when fitted to a rod and used with a magnet with a hole running perpendicular to the magnetic field, such as
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|Magnetic Face:||10mm x 10mm|
|Plating:||Ni-Cu-Ni ( Nickel )|
|Vertical Pull (Kg):||4.8|
|Slide Resistance (Kg):||0.9|
|Max Temp (degrees C):||80|
These 10mm (0.39 in.) x 10mm (0.39 in.) x 10mm (0.39 in.) neodymium magnets are supplied with a 2mm (0.08 in.) hole that runs through the centre of the faces parallel to the axis of magnetism. These magnets are specifically designed to be placed on a non-magnetic rod and used with SP101H to produce a Halbach array. By sliding these magnets on to a rod with their north poles arranged in the following pattern â left, up, right, down, left â a Halbach array can be created. A Halbach array is an arrangement of permanent magnets which focuses the magnetic field on one face and almost cancels it out entirely on the opposite side. By doing this it increases the magnetic field on the magnetic side making it the nearest solution for achieving a monopole magnet.