Eclipse 80mm Hole Ferrite Pot Magnet, 54kg Pull

  • RS Stock No. 122-4344
  • Mfr. Part No. E889
  • Brand Eclipse
Technical Reference
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): CH
Product Details

Ferrite Shallow Through Hole Pot Magnet

The Eclipse ferrite through hole shallow pot magnets are an excellent solution for many of your applications. The magnet has a larger inner ring magnet than the central hole. Meaning that cap head screws, countersunk screws or bolts can be inserted inside the pot magnet to hold the through hole mounting pot magnet in place.

Features and Benefits

The screw or bolt is tightened onto the steel case so can be as tight as the steel and threads allows
120° maximum operating temperature
Excellent resistance to corrosion
Mild steel pot with zinc plated body

Typical Applications

Magnetic Couplings
Magnetic Therapy
Loudspeakers
Toys

Specifications
Attribute Value
Magnet Type Pot
Width/Diameter 80mm
Pull Force 54kg
Attachment Type Hole
Material Ferrite
Length 18mm
123 In stock for FREE next working day delivery
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£ 12.02
(exc. VAT)
£ 14.42
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