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6mm dia x 3mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets (Pack of 100) (discoloured)

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These small ferrite disc magnets are slightly discoloured and are magnetised with their north and south poles on opposite flat faces. They are weakly magnetic which makes them ideal for close proximity sensing applications.

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6mm dia x 3mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets (Pack of 100) (discoloured)
6mm dia x 3mm thick Y10 Ferrite Magnets (Pack of 100) (discoloured)
These small ferrite disc magnets are slightly discoloured and are magnetised with their north and south poles on opposite flat faces. They are weakly magnetic which makes them ideal for close proximity sensing applications.
  • Pack of 100.
  • 6mm diameter x 3mm thick.
  • Each magnet's north and south pole are on opposite 6mm diameter faces.
  • Resistant to demagnetisation without any extra coating.
  • Maintains magnetism in temperatures up to 180 degrees Celsius.
  • Slightly discoloured.

Also known as ceramic magnets, ferrite magnets offer excellent value for money when pull strength is not the most important factor. These magnets are made from a high-temperature material which can operate in temperatures up to 180 degrees Celsius. Because these magnets are weakly magnetised they are not suitable for weight-bearing applications, but instead are commonly used in sensors and other similar applications.

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  • Pack of 100.
  • 6mm diameter x 3mm thick.
  • Each magnet's north and south pole are on opposite 6mm diameter faces.
  • Resistant to demagnetisation without any extra coating.
  • Maintains magnetism in temperatures up to 180 degrees Celsius.
  • Slightly discoloured.

Also known as ceramic magnets, ferrite magnets offer excellent value for money when pull strength is not the most important factor. These magnets are made from a high-temperature material which can operate in temperatures up to 180 degrees Celsius. Because these magnets are weakly magnetised they are not suitable for weight-bearing applications, but instead are commonly used in sensors and other similar applications.