Electromagnetics

Programmable TMR Linear Magnetic Field Sensor Streamlines Current Sensor Designs 

MultiDimension (MDT-Dowaytech) released the TMR2623 linear magnetic field sensor with built-in programmable signal conditioning circuitry. Designed for high-performance industrial applications including current sensing and position sensing, they are factory-calibrated and temperature-compensated to customizable sensitivity and […]

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CWIEME Berlin 2022 Restarts with New Trade Show Elements 

Hyve, the organiser of the global CWIEME events, among world’s largest event series dedicated to coil winding, transformers, electric motors, generators, and e-mobility, has successfully restarted CWIEME Berlin 2022. From 10-12 May 2022, Messe Berlin became a location for technical engineers and procurement professionals to connect with manufacturers and shape the future of coil winding, electric motors, and transformer manufacturing.   […]

Electromagnetics

MDT offers High-performance and Multi-function TMR Magnetic Sensors for Battery-operated Sensor Applications

MultiDimension (MDT-Dowaytech) supplies TMR magnetic switch sensors for battery-powered industrial, consumer, automotive applications and home appliances including flow meters, liquid-level sensors, tamper detection sensors, activation switches, pneumatic cylinder sensors, and rotary position/speed sensors. They feature […]

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Peer into the Future of Magnetics for Energy at ARPA-E Summit 

Magnetics technology plays a key role in much of today’s energy research – looking for breakthroughs in electric propulsion for aviation, high-temperature superconductors, fusion energy, machine modeling for power magnetics, new embedded cooling and winding topologies for improving permanent-magnet motors, even magnetic resonance imaging of crop roots. Visitors to the U.S. Department of Energy’s ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit & Technology Showcase can explore a fascinating array of these and meet the scientists behind them, as well as many other aspects of energy R&D. It will be held in Denver in May. This article highlights some of the magnetic-related projects. […]