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Block magnet 5 x 5 x 1 mm, holds approx. 350 g

Neodymium, N48, gold-plated


Item number Q-CDM48-G
Strength approx. 350 g
Displacement force approx. 70 g
Unit of Sale 20 pieces
Price and rebate
20 pcs. 0,30 EUR ea.
from 60 pcs. 0,25 EUR ea.
from 140 pcs. 0,22 EUR ea.
from 360 pcs. 0,19 EUR ea.
Ask for a rebate from 1 100 pcs.
incl. VAT plus shipping

6,00 EUR

incl. VAT plus shipping

promptly deliverable

Available: 18 100 pieces

Delivery time: 2-8 business days

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Description

We had these magnets specially made for the do-it-yourself CDROM model airplane engine builders. Heat-resistant up to 80 degrees Celsius. Naturally, there are lots of other uses for these small gold-plated magnets. They hold, for example, 2-3 sheets of A4 paper. For a nice visual effect, use 2 or 4 magnets per sheet. They are very discreet with a height of only 1 mm.

The magnets feature a layer of gold (24K) with a thickness of 0,05 micrometres, applied over the standard Ni-Cu-Ni plating. Gold magnets are suitable for decorative purposes.

Technical data

Technical drawing of item Q-CDM48-G
Article ID Q-CDM48-G
EAN 7640155436595
Material NdFeB
Shape Block
Size 5 x 5 x 1 mm
Tolerance +/- 0,1 mm
Direction of magnetisation Axis 1 mm
Coating Gold-plated (Ni-Cu-Ni-Au)
Magnetisation N48
Strength approx. 350 g (approx. 3,43 N)
Displacement force approx. 70 g (approx. 0,686 N )
Max. working temperature 80°C (possibly lower)
Weight 0,19 g
PDF data sheet
This piece of a modified model airplane motor was designed by Claude Jäggi. He used 12 magnets for this.
Here is a photo of rotor and stator by Reto Probst and Roland Sterchi, who have built numerous engines together (see also the next photo.)
More airplane engines by Reto and Roland.
Magne Solheim from Norway sent us this photo. He has already successfully re-configured a dozen CD-ROM motors.

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