|Outer ØD [mm]||10|
|Max temp. [°C]||80|
|Remanence Br [kGauss]||12.1 - 12.3|
|Remanence Br [Tesla]||1.21 - 1.23|
|Coercivity HcB [kOe / kA/m]||11.0 / ≥875|
|Coercivity HcJ [kOe / kA/m]||12 / ≥955|
|Energy product (BH)max [kJ/m3 / MGOe]||280 - 298 / 35 - 37|
NPM stands for North Pole Marked.
This means that the side that is north has a marking, most commonly a dot or a line from a red marking pen.
If the manget is SPM, it means that the south side has a marking. Most often in the form of a dot or a line in blue.
A marking makes it easier for assembly jobs that require you to always mount the magenta in the same direction.
This could be if the magnet is to work against a sensor or if the magnet is to be mounted in a magnet system.
There are other ways to identify the north and south side of a magnet. This can be done with, for example, a pole-pen.
You can easily search for this tool or you can find it under Measure & demagnetizing equipment.
For complete information about Neodymium (aswell as the other magnet materials), see our Magnet facts page.
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