magnetic brake

magnetic brake

[mag′ned·ik ′brāk]
(mechanical engineering)
A friction brake under the control of an electromagnet.
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Other benefits include a self-adjusting magnetic brake designed for the lifetime of the hoist and a robust, low-maintenance chain drive.
In this context we also present some new results evidencing the feasibility of CIFT in the presence of a strong magnetic brake field.
This fitness equipment, with a Dynamic Magnetic Brake System, features multi-mode adjustment for horizontal, vertical, diagonal and reverse orientation pull.
The model also features an improved seal design that is easier to change while providing longer life, and a magnetic brake system to control the rotation speed.
Reels possess either centrifugal brake blocks or magnetic brake systems, both of which can be adjusted for either greater or lesser spool resistance.
A magnetic brake stops the preform from rotating and positions it in front of four vertical lamps for heating on two sides.
A 250% torque rated DC rectified magnetic brake ensures adequate stopping power.
The 40-foot track is in two parts: the first 20 feet contain the drive motor, while the other 20 comprise a magnetic brake. "You have to be able to stop the thing," Dill reminded an interviewer.
Swimming in the warm water of a glass pool high above the ground, jumping into the void with a magnetic brake pulley, a zipline spanning more than 300 metres over the Canyon Ruisseau Castor and a maze for children are some of the anticipated new additions.
SG TRANSMISSION has launched an ultra-slim, high torque, permanent magnetic brake with a brake field depth of less than 13mm.
The new magnetic brake of the CLX chain hoist has been designed for over a million operations.