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Switch Replacement Magnet, Honeywell 200FW Series Proximity Sensors

101MG7BP - Switch Replacement Magnet, Honeywell 200FW Series Proximity Sensors

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Manufacturer:
HONEYWELL HONEYWELL
Manufacturer Part No:
101MG7BP
Newark Part No.:
39B4116
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Honeywell 200FW Series Proximity Sensors
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Product Overview

The 101MG7BP is a Cylindrical Magnet with north pole indicated by red. It is constructed from alnico VIII with sintered process. It is designed to provide minimum magnetic fields at a specified distance to help system designers match the appropriate magnet to their requirements. This MG series magnet is intended for use as actuators for hall-effect and magnetoresistive sensors ICs.
  • Good magnetic shock resistance
  • Excellent resistance to demagnetization
  • Good physical strength
  • -40 to 250°C Operating temperature range

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Industrial, Medical, Sensing & Instrumentation

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