Control of the Singular Points Location for Miniature Switches with Magnetically Driven Contacts†
AbstractThis paper presents and discusses usefulness and possibility of control of the singular points location of a driving magnetic field under as structure considerations as well as selection of energizing magnet systems for miniature electromagnetic switches. The sample results of theoretical analysis and experimental testing concern selected reed switches with normally open contacts as well as a developed miniature switch with a metallic ball contact. It must be noted that the switch with the contact performed by means of the metallic tiny ball can be effectively used both as a change-over switch as well as a detector of the energizing magnetic field distribution under designing and assembling of any electromagnetic contact device preferably with an increased degree of integration and miniaturization. View Full-Text
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Wang, X.; Habrych, M.; Miedzinski, B.; Wosik, J. Control of the Singular Points Location for Miniature Switches with Magnetically Driven Contacts. Sensors 2018, 18, 350.
Wang X, Habrych M, Miedzinski B, Wosik J. Control of the Singular Points Location for Miniature Switches with Magnetically Driven Contacts. Sensors. 2018; 18(2):350.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wang, Xin; Habrych, Marcin; Miedzinski, Bogdan; Wosik, Julian. 2018. "Control of the Singular Points Location for Miniature Switches with Magnetically Driven Contacts." Sensors 18, no. 2: 350.
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