Electromagnetic Meter Construction

Permanent Magnets

The moving-coil meter movement uses a horseshoe-shaped permanent magnet. The moving coil is placed within the magnetic field between the magnet’s two poles. However, if a simple horseshoe magnet were used, many of the magnetic lines of force would not cut through the moving coil. Magnetic lines of force travel the path of least resistance. Soft iron offers less resistance to lines of force than air. Therefore, soft iron pole pieces are attached to the poles of the magnet to concentrate the lines of force between the magnetic poles.

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Enhancing Electrical Safety: A Comprehensive Guide

Voltage tests

Our daily lives are dominated by electrical systems, which run everything from industrial machines to our houses. However, in order to avoid mishaps and guarantee personal safety, dealing with electricity requires extreme vigilance. Following safety procedures is imperative, regardless of experience level or do-it-yourself enthusiasm. This article explores voltage checks, critical safety precautions, and practical advice for navigating dangerous conditions.

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Understanding Electromagnetic Current Meters

Electromagnetic current meters

Electromagnetic current meters are novel instruments that make precise measurements of fluid flow in pipes and channels by applying the laws of electromagnetism. These tools are extensively utilized in various industries, including industrial operations, wastewater treatment, and water management. 

This article will touch on the fundamentals of electromagnetic current meters, how they work, why they’re important, and the different versions available.

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