This Lifting Solenoid Electromagnet consists of an iron core and a coil to attract magnetic substances,Electromagnets are great for industrial applications and hobby / science projects too. This small size electromagnet is very useful and easy to use too!!! Just power it with 12V DC and it acts as magnet and starts attracting iron. It has a holding force of 2.5kg (25N), which means it can lift objects with weight upto 1.250kgs! It also comes with threaded screw hole at the back for mounting this electromagnet onto a flat surface.
You can also use this electromagnet in your Arduino, Raspberry pi and other micro controller projects. Just use our relay board to switch this electromagnet On and Off using just one digital signal from your microcontroller!!
Holding Force : 2.5kg
Lifting Force : 1.250kg
Operating Voltage(VDC) : 12
Max. Operating Current(A) : 1.67
Material : Mild steel
Power Consumption (Watt) : 3
Operating Temperature Range : -20 to 120
Cable Length (cm) : 20
Bolt Size : M4
Choose an electromagnet whose force is twice the required force for your application.
Electromagnets must meet the following conditions to achieve maximum suction.The object to be sucked must have a good magnetic permeability.
Proper use of power supply, rated voltage.
The object to be sucked must be greater than or equal to the surface of the magnet( For example the magnet is 50 x 27 mm, so the surface area is S=r²π=10²π mm² so the object to be sucked must be greater than or equal to 10²π mm²).
The object to be sucked must be flat and clean.
The object to be sucked must be greater than 5mm. (If the thickness decreases, the suction decreases)
The object to be sucked must be close, the middle can’t be interspersed with objects or gaps
Suction means more than 5cm in thickness, surface roughness, the surface is greater than the cross-sectional area of the electromagnet and maximum suction completely fit together on an iron-based material.
Electromagnet in working condition electromagnetic conversion would produce a certain amount of heat, electricity more frequently the higher temperature, which is a normal phenomenon.