The definition of remanence (residual magnetic induction) of NdFeB permanent magnet
NdFeB permanent magnet material has an important performance parameter-remanence, also known as remanence induction.
Regarding remanence, we can simply understand it as the Gauss value of a neodymium iron boron magnet after magnetizing it.
The permanent magnet is magnetized to technical saturation, and the remaining surface field Br after the external magnetic field is removed is called the residual magnetic induction intensity, referred to as remanence, expressed by Br, and the unit is mT (KG) millitesla.
KG is the electromagnetic unit system, read as thousand Gauss. Conversion relationship 1T=10000GS.
The technical term related to remanence is remanence. Remanence refers to the maximum remanence value that a magnet can achieve.