Wiegand module

Wiegand module

[′vē·gänt ‚mäj·əl]
(electricity)
The apparatus for generating an electrical pulse by means of the Wiegand effect, consisting of a Wiegand wire, two small magnets, and a pickup coil.
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Wiegand modules are available for commercial sale, comprising a length of Wigand wire surrounded by a current-generating copper coil, all packaged in a surface mountable plastic frame (Figure 2).