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Product Name: Electromagnet

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Our Electromagnet has the most widely accepted ‘U’ shaped soft iron yoke. The soft iron used is a special quality iron which is structurally uniform, well tailored and finished to meet the hieghest & toughest standards of quality. .

The pole pieces are fabricated from dead annealed soft iron blocks of the best available quality . They are nicely shaped, machined and finished. The air-gap is continuously variable upto 75mm with two way knobbed wheel screw adjusting system. Normally flat pole pieces are supplied.On special requests Tappered pole pieces can also be supplied .

The coils are wound on non-magnetic franes with uniform layers of copper wire. The latest and deligent design of coils provides good thermal conductivity characteristics and eliminates irregular hot spots even at high magnetic fields. The related Constant Current Power Supply is recommended with this Electromagnet.

The Constant Current Power Supply is designed to be used with the Electromagnet, to generate magnetic field upto 11KG. The current requirement of 3A per coil, i.e. a total of 6A was met by connecting six closely matched constant current sources in parallel. In this arrangement the first unit works as the ‘master’ with current adjustment control. All others are ‘slave’ units generating exactly the same current as the master. All the six constant current sources are individually IC controlled. One advantage of this arrangement is that if a particular constant current source develops a fault, still the remaining channels would continue to operate albeit with a reduced maximum current capability. The supply is protected against overload, short circuit and transients caused by the load inductance