ferrite pot magnets supplier - magnets by hsmag

ferrite pot magnets supplier - magnets by hsmag

Types Of Ferrite Pot Magnets : External Threaded Stud Internal Threaded Mounting Countersunk Mounting Through Hole Mounting Internal Threaded Stud Threaded Through Hole Eyelet bolt Hook or Ring Ferrite Shallow Pot / Round Base Ferrite Limpet Pots

Ferrite Pot Magnets are useful for corrosion resistance, marine, low cost and higher temperature applications. Variants are available with ferrite magnetic core, with threaded socket, countersunk or cylinder bore or external thread.

Ferrite holding pot magnets, also calledceramic pot ferrites, have a mild steel casing over a Ferrite ring magnet with a round central hole for fixing a bolt, rivet or screw, through for attaching to non-magnetic surfaces.

With no moving parts the Ferrite pot requires no maintenance beyond ensuring the magnet is clean and has a long life. HangsengMagnetech ferrite pots are commonly used for general holding and attaching applications on to a wall, ceiling or other surfaces. Our ceramic holding magnets are the best option for those who require a good value magnet with a strong pull force.

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Ferrite (Ceramic) Reversible MagneticHook,ceramic pot magnets with reversible hook,Magnetic Reversible Hook Reversible Magnetic Hook has numerous applications for your workshop. Use to hang lights, wiring, tools, banners, decorations and more from any ferrous metal surface. Loosen the bolt and flip the hook for versatility in hanging directions.This hook has numerous shop, industrial and consumer uses. []

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cmr vs smr hard drives in network attached storage (nas) | buffalo americas

cmr vs smr hard drives in network attached storage (nas) | buffalo americas

Conventional magnetic recording (CMR) and shingled magnetic recording (SMR) are both recording technologies used by hard drives to physically record data using magnetic tracks. While there are benefits to each, users should understand which type of recording technology is used in their drives, and determine which drives are used to best meet their storage and backup needs.

When data is written onto a CMR drive, it is written onto magnetic tracks on the drive surface that are laid side-by-side, with small gaps being placed between the tracks so that they do not overlap. These separator gaps affect the overall areal density of the drive, as they mean portions of the drives surface are not being utilized.

SMR is a relatively new technology that utilizes the fact that write tracks are wider than read tracks on a drive. Data is written sequentially onto a track, and then the track is partially overlapped over another track of data, creating a pattern similar to the shingles on a house roof. SMR removes the aforementioned gaps between tracks, allowing more data tracks to be written onto a drives magnetic surface and thereby increasing its storage capacity.

SMR drives higher capacity will also affect performance. When data is written to an SMR drive, the write head will write data onto an empty area on the drive instead of overwriting an existing track. Then, when the drive is not in use, it will enter into a reorganization mode where old data on the original track is deleted to make space for future use. Because this reorganization is the only way to clear old data, idle time is essential to SMR drives. Constant drive access will give the drive no time to reorganize the magnetic tracks, leading to very poor drive performance.

Users should evaluate their storage and backup needs carefully to determine the drives that work best for them. In principle, SMR drives will deliver the same capacity as CMR drives at a much lower cost per platter, but offer less usage flexibility. SMR drives still provide random-read functions for rapid data access like their CMR counterparts, but since they require ample idle time or sequential workloads for best performance, they work best with systems customized to take advantage of their high capacity and structure.

SMR drives shine when used for backup and archival purposes, as infrequent drive access allows stable drive performance at a lower cost. Businesses who are looking to purchase high-capacity drives based solely on the cost per pallet also tend to favor SMR drives since they can deliver the same capacity on fewer drives, and organizations large enough can often leverage the performance of an individual drive against fleets of thousands or tens of thousands of devices.

Users will need to pay special attention to CMR vs SMR when selecting drives for their NAS. Because of the differences in drive types, users may well look for NAS products that are pre- or partially-populated upon purchase, as that will save them the hassle of having to select the appropriate drives for their situation, as well as giving them good value in a bundle.

When it comes to hard drives in your devices, the recording technology used on those drives should meet your business needs. Buffalos NAS devices come with hard drives included, and we rigorously test each hard drive to ensure maximum quality is delivered to every device. Our partially-populated NAS products offer the convenience of pre-configured RAID for data protection out of the box, so you can have cost-effective storage you need now while enjoying the flexibility to expand later as you see fit. Along with our award-winning 24/7 customer service and data recovery service, Buffalo is here to help you set up the best storage and backup solution that meets your needs.

13 best tablets for every budget (2021): for work, play, kids, and more | wired

13 best tablets for every budget (2021): for work, play, kids, and more | wired

Tablets have yet to prove themselves essential, but that doesn't mean they aren't nice to have around. A good tablet can be a portable TV screen around the house and a way to get some light work done away from your desk. Also, with a wealth of apps for drawing, painting, and making music, they're a great outlet for your creative impulses.

The iPad's ease of use and best-in-breed software makes it the obvious choice for most people, but if you don't want an iPad, other options exist. Android tablets have grown more useful and powerful in recent years. Also, Amazon's Fire tablets are an affordable way to get the basics like watching movies and browsing the web, as long as you don't mind their limitations. If you want a tablet that can double as a laptop, an iPad or a Windows-powered 2-in-1 might be your best bet. Our picks of the best tablets can help you decide.

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The standard iPad is the best buy for most people. It's mostly the same as the 2019 model, but Apple's 2020 refresh added a more powerful chipthe A12 Bionic, the same processor that powers the iPhone XS from 2018. That makes it snappy enough to run almost every iPadOS app or game. The 10.2-inch screen can feel cramped at times, specifically if you're using it for light work, but it's great for watching movies or shows in bed. And yes, you can do some office work on it, thanks to its mouse and trackpad support. There's a Smart Connector hookup for attaching Apple's Smart Keyboard ($150 from Amazon) too.

Our only real gripe remains the same as it was on the 2019 model: There's a larger air gap between the glass and screen than on the iPad Air, Mini, and Pro. When you touch the screen, there's some discernible space between your fingertip and the actual pixels, which makes using the iPad feel just a little less natural. For this reason, the base iPad isn't our top choice if you're planning to make heavy use of the Apple Pencil, though the $99 accessory is compatible and works just fine.

If you want a more modern-looking tablet, try Apple's new iPad Air. It brings many of the same features from the pricier iPad Pro, like slim bezels, no home button, USB-C for charging, and support for the second-generation Apple Pencil ($125 at Amazon), which magnetically attaches to the slate and wirelessly recharges while stuck there. The Air also adds similar performance, thanks to the latest A14 Bionic chip inside (the same processor in the iPhone 12). That makes it powerful enough to pull off anything, even bulky video- and photo-editing tasks. There's no Face ID, but Touch ID is integrated into the power buttona first for Apple.

The 10.9-inch LCD screen gives you a slightly larger canvas to work off of compared to the iPad above, and the laminated display offers a more natural drawing experience because there's less distance between the glass and pixels. There are some complaints about the screen's backlight bleeding in from the edges of the screen, which is noticeable when watching movies, and it's something WIRED writer Lauren Goode encountered in her review unit.

The ultimate iPad: The 12.9-inch 2021 iPad Pro (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is more expensive at $1,099, but if you want to splurge, it's more feature-rich than the Air. The large screen makes it a great canvas for drawing. It has new Mini-LED backlighting technology that outputs a brighter display with better contrast, and the M1 chip delivers more power. You also get a 120-Hz screen refresh rate, two more speakers, 5G, Thunderbolt support, Face ID, Portrait mode selfies, and Animoji/Memoji. An 11-inch model is also available (and cheaper) but it doesn't use the new Mini-LED display.

After letting it go stale for more than three years, Apple finally took the time to update the iPad Mini 4 in 2020. Predictably, we loved it (8/10, WIRED Recommends). It's faster than the old model and now compatible with the first-gen Apple Pencil (Amazon) and other Bluetooth styli. The main reason to buy this is if you prioritize portability. Smaller kids have an easier time using it, and it's fantastic for travel. You may want to invest in a stand-up case (Amazon).

Amazon's Fire tablets aren't for everyone. They really push Amazon Prime services and apps, and they're best for more passive tasks like playing games and watching movies. But for $150, it's hard to beat the Fire HD 10, which is our favorite Fire Tablet. It has hands-free Alexa capability, and it finally comes with a modern USB-C port, so you can ditch the old MicroUSB charging cable.

I (Jeffrey) used an HD 10 interchangeably with an iPad for more than a year. Amazon's tablet is not as speedy as Apple's, but it gets the job done when all you need to do is kick back and consume. Not every Android app will be able to run on it, only those distributed through Amazon's own app store, so do your research by searching Amazon for your essential apps. Make sure to also get a standing case.

The newest Fire HD 8 and Fire HD 8 Plus tablets from Amazon bring many of the same improvements found on the Fire HD 10 from 2019, including better performance, a USB-C charging port, stereo sound, and hands-free Alexa. You get all that in the same travel-friendly 8-inch size. The screen isn't as nice as the Fire HD 10's, and it can be a little tough to see images and text clearly if you're outside, but this is the best tablet you can get without spending a lot of money.

Paying the extra $20 for the Fire HD 8 Plus is wise, as it nets you extra RAM (which helps when you're scrolling the web or juggling multiple apps) and wireless charging, so you can recharge it on almost any wireless charger. You can also use Amazon's own wireless charging dock, which also props up the tablet and turns it into an Echo Show while it's juicing up. Either way, consider picking up Amazon's magnetic cover to hold the tablet steady when you're binging TV shows.

Google's Android operating system doesn't offer the finest tablet experience. You won't find as many apps optimized for larger screens as you will on iPads, and some of the onscreen animations can be a little sluggish. But if you're annoyed at the limited list of apps able to run on Amazon's Fire tablets, and you don't want an iPad, the Tab S6 Lite is the next-best affordable alternative. There's even a $159 keyboard cover you can get to crank out some light office work.

Performance is just OKyou'll notice stutters here and thereand there's no fingerprint sensor for easy unlocking. That said, the Lite has a nice screen and good speakers, so it's great for watching movies, and Samsung's S Pen stylus is included (it magnetically sticks to the back of the tablet). It's nice to have for scrolling through apps or for sketching. (Pro tip: To prevent your palm from activating the screen as you use the stylus, look for a "Pen-only" mode in your favorite drawing app.) You can usually find this tablet discounted between $150 to $275.

An even cheaper option: If that's still too much, then consider the Lenovo Smart Tab M10 HD ($129). It's noticeably slower, so you'll see the screen stutter more frequently, but it's good enough for casual browsing. I (Julian) used it to follow a recipe in the kitchen with no trouble, and despite the low-res screen, I watched Mulan before bed on it (it has decent speakers!). It comes with a dock that turns it into a Google Assistant smart display while it's charging.

If you're firmly anti-iPad but you want something powerful for work and play, the Tab S7+ is our top-performing Android pick. It has a quad-speaker setup that rivals the iPad Pro's audio, and the 12.4-inch OLED screen with its 120-Hz refresh rate turns it into one of the best tablets for consuming media and playing games. Samsung's S Pen is included, so you can start drawing and sketching right away without having to spend extra on accessories. Like the Tab S6 Lite, this tablet comes with Samsung's DeX software that converts Android into a desktop-like computing interface when you need it. Run DeX mode with the keyboard cover ($126) and the Tab S7+ becomes a decent productivity tool.

Like the iPad Pro, the Tab S7+ is spendy. If you don't mind a smaller 11-inch screen that uses an LCD panel instead of OLED (blacks won't look as deep nor colors as vibrant), get the Tab S7. The rest of the features are nearly the same, but you'll save some money due to the less impressive screen. Both models have a version with LTE/5G, in case you need connectivity outside the house or office.

Another alternative: You can save a little if you go with Lenovo's P11 Pro. It's cheaper than the S7+ and has a nicer 11.5-inch OLED screen than the standard Tab S7. It performs well, has good speakers, and comes with a keyboard and trackpad combo for about $500. It's not a laptop replacement, but it's great for media consumption and maybe some very light work.

When you're giving a tablet to a kid, you want something durable and cheap. That way if it breaks, a replacement won't be too costly. Amazon offers kid-friendly versions of all its Fire tablets, and the Fire HD 8 Kids Edition sits in the sweet spot of having a kid-friendly size and a wallet-friendly price. It's the exact same as the Fire HD 8 above, but the extra $50 gets you a bulky case to keep the tablet protected, and a two-year worry-free damage plan. That means if your kid breaks it, you can return it and Amazon will send you a replacement for free. You also get a year of Amazon's FreeTime service, which provides access to kid-friendly books, movies, games, and apps, all with parental controls. It's $3 per month after the first year.

If you're looking for a tablet that can slot more seamlessly into your business life, the Surface Pro 7 is worth a look. It's one of Microsoft's premium devices and is basically a big 12-inch tablet that runs a full version of Windows 10, so it runs all the same apps as your Windows laptop. It also has a really nice adjustable kickstand, and it magnetically connects to Microsoft's Type Cover, the best tablet keyboard on the market. (The keyboard costs an extra $160.) Sometimes you'll wish the Surface Pro's kickstand was less awkward to use in your lap, and Windows 10 still isn't the best for touch-controlled apps, but the tablet is more powerful than a lot of laptops, and it beats any iPad for desktop-grade tasks.

This is a more extreme option, but if you want a powerful machine that runs desktop Windows and has the option to use it as a tablet for watching Netflix, the Surface Book 3 is the way to go. Just keep in mind that it's a laptop first, with a wonderful keyboard, a nice trackpad, and a beautiful 13.5-inch screen. It also lasts a long time between charges, thanks to the batteries in the keyboard and the screen.

Detaching the screen is quite simple, but unfortunately, there's no built-in kickstand like the one you'll find on the Surface Go 2. So you'll have to get creative when you want to prop it up in tablet mode. No stylus is included either, so you'll have to pay extra if you want to sketch on it. A stylus is worth it too, as Windows doesn't have the best touch interface. Still, it's perfectly fine for reading and watching movies. If you're looking to replace your laptop and want the keyboard-free experience of a tablet, you can't go wrong with this upscale Surface.

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hot aluminium dross separator

hot aluminium dross separator

Hot aluminium dross separator is also known as aluminum dross machine. It is applied for all aluminum processing factories such as electrolytic aluminum plant, aluminum plant, alloy aluminum plant where metal aluminum is the raw material and the production process is to melt aluminum.

It can be used to automatically separate the aluminum dross whose temperature is above 700 C, Besides, the equipment can also make use of high-temperature aluminum ash to melt thin aluminum, such as cans, aluminum scraps and so on.

Compared with the cold treatment of aluminum ash, the use of these equipment features in characteristics of a small metal burning rate, energy saving, environmentally friendly, short production process and small investment.

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mini electromagnet permanent magnets ltd

mini electromagnet permanent magnets ltd

They can be used as keeper plates in use to get the best clamping performance from the electromagnets and electro-permanent magnets and are often used when either no ferromagnetic material exists for the electromagnets to clamp onto or where the existing ferromagnetic surface is not ideal for best clamping (e.g. thin sheet, rusty steel, curved surfaces).

An electromagnet or electro-permanent magnet always needs a ferromagnetic surface to clamp onto the ferromagnetic surface required is generally a mild steel or ferromagnetic stainless steel. The quality of the ferromagnetic material can affect the performance of the electromagnet or electro-permanent magnet. Thinner materials tend to struggle to carry the magnetism, magnetically saturating and failing to achieve the maximum possible holding forces of the magnets. Corroded materials and materials with poor magnetic permeability also result in reduced performance form the magnets. Surfaces that are not smooth (curved, rippled, indented) and surfaces that have coatings to create effective air gaps also cause reductions in the pull forces possible.

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