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Block magnet 5 x 5 x 2 mm

Neodymium, N45, gold-plated
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Strength: approx. 650 g
Available: 51 250 pcs.
Delivery time: 1 - 3 business days
Price and rebate
10 pcs. 0,33 EUR ea.
from 40 pcs. 0,27 EUR ea.
from 80 pcs. 0,24 EUR ea.
from 160 pcs. 0,22 EUR ea.
incl. 19% VAT plus shipping
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Extra strong (N45) and plated with real gold!
Ideal for stylish posting of notes.
Holds 7 pieces of A4 paper to a metal surface!
The adhesive force on a piece of steel is over 1/2 kg!
The north and south poles are located on the two largest surface areas above and below when the magnet is laid flat.
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Technical data

Article ID Q-05-05-02-G
Material NdFeB
Shape Block
Size 5 x 5 x 2 mm
Tolerance +/- 0,1 mm
Coating Gold-plated (Ni-Cu-Ni-Au)
Magnetisation N45
strength approx. 650 g
Max. working temperature 80°C
Weight 0,38 g
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Additional features and tips

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The 2 mm gold blocks can be playfully combined with the 5 mm gold cubes. Discover the Aztec in yourself!

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7 pieces of A4 paper
A heavy hole punch (1,1 kg) hangs on a few hundred Q-05-05-02-G magnets from the ceiling. It was a hot summer afternoon - much too hot to really work...
A sphere magnet helps to produce a good connection with the hole punch.
A metal trash basket hanging on (hundreds of) Q-05-05-02-G
Reto Probst wrote about this, and the following, photo: "So, I've built another brush-free engine and did not want to deprive you of the pictures. I've used the gold-plated 5 x 5 x 2 mm magnets. 12 volt / approx. 20 amperes. ..."
"... the engine is built into a self-made delta. It's really fast!"
A customer from Rottenburg constructed a "track in use detector" for his Mńrklin H0 train set. He mounted two Q-05-05-02-G magnets to the underside of his locomotive (86 582 Mńrklin)...
...He attached this reed relay to the underside of a rail with the help of a hot glue gun. When the locomotive drives over the rail, the reed relay is activated and creates an impulse. The magnetic field was too weak when only one magnet was used, but the signal could be consistently evaluated when two magnets were laid on top of each other.