Proportional magnets are used in a variety of applications where precise control of the flow of liquid or gaseous media is required. Proportional solenoids are ideal for use in oil and other hydraulic applications as they provide excellent control over pressure and flow rate. We offer a wide range of proportional magnets, from low-pressure versions for use in pneumatic applications to high-pressure versions for use in hydraulic systems. Our proportional magnets are available in a variety of sizes and configurations to meet your specific requirements. Contact us today to find the perfect proportional magnet for your application.
Do you want to find the perfect proportional magnet for your specific application? Schienle Magnettechnik can help! We offer a wide range of proportional magnets in various sizes and configurations to meet your specific requirements. Contact us today to find the perfect proportional magnet for your application.
A proportional magnet is an electromechanical device that uses a magnet to control the position of a movable element, such as a valve, proportional to the strength of an electric current flowing through it.
When electrical current is applied, a magnetic field is created. This magnetic field attracts the piston and causes it to move. The amount by which the piston moves is proportional to the applied current strength. The strength of the magnetic field can also be increased by increasing the number of turns of the coil.
Proportional magnets are more versatile than normal magnets. They can be used to create weaker or stronger magnetic fields, depending on how they are charged. In addition, they can be used to create a greater variety of shapes and sizes for the magnetic field.
Proportional magnets are used, for example, in hydraulics to control the movement of hydraulic cylinders and valves. An example of this is the control of hydraulic control valves in industrial applications such as excavators or concrete pumps. Other industrial applications are areas where precise control of force is required, such as in medical technology, operating tables, or dentist chairs. In the field of energy technology, proportional magnets are used for the control of solar mirrors. Furthermore, proportional magnets are used in electromechanical systems to control the movement of objects, for example in robots or automated production lines.
Which proportional magnet is right depends on the specific requirements and applications. There are different types of proportional magnets that differ in size, performance, sensitivity, linearity, and other factors. When selecting the right proportional magnet, the following factors should be considered:
It is important to carefully consider the requirements for the proportional magnet to ensure that it is suitable for the application. It is also advisable to consult manufacturer or supplier specifications to find the suitable proportional magnet.
If a proportional magnet is not working, you can perform the following troubleshooting steps:
If all else fails, it may be that the magnet is damaged and needs to be replaced.
It is advisable to contact the manufacturer for further troubleshooting information.
Some of the most common problems with proportional magnets are:
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