Is the number of magnetized poles unlimited?
As we all know, magnets can be multi pole magnetized, including ferrite and NdFeB. Some netizens will ask, is there no limit to the number of magnetized poles?
Theoretically speaking, there is no limit to multipole magnetization, but in practice, due to the limitations of conditions, such as wire diameter, current density, heat dissipation, volume and so on, the number of magnetizing poles is greatly limited. The biggest limitation is the ratio of the number of poles to the size, forming the width limit of magnetic poles. It is very difficult to magnetize when the width of magnetic pole is less than 1 mm, so it is very difficult to magnetize The number of magnetizing poles is absolutely limited.
The above is about the number of magnetizing poles of magnet. I hope the above answers are helpful to you. If you need a multipole magnet, please call.