Magnet Ring - 3/16"

Item number 59696 Brand Sparkfun Model COM-08914 Share Write a review
Magnet Ring - 3/16"


Sparkfun's 3/16" ring magnets are small yet incredibly potent. Crafted from Neodymium/Iron/Boron (NdFeB), these rare earth magnets are impressively strong. They're perfect for attaching tools to a metal workbench, securing small items to your fridge, or even acting as a trigger for reed switches. Even a single ring can easily hold a piece of paper to your fridge.

These rings aren't just for home use, they can also be utilised in your tech projects. They've proven to be particularly useful for connecting PCBs together. Thanks to their conductive nature, these rings can act as a magnetic connector between widgets. However, you will need to find a way to secure the ring to the PCB, with screws and rivets having been shown to work well.

Each purchase includes a single unit of the magnet ring.

Key Features:

  • Dimensions: Outer diameter 4.76mm x inner diameter 1.59mm x thickness 1.59mm
  • Tolerances: ±0.05mm x ±0.05mm x ±0.05mm
  • Material: NdFeB, Grade N42
  • Plating/Coating: Ni-Cu-Ni (Nickel)
  • Magnetization Direction: Axial (Poles on Flat Ends)
  • Weight: 0.189 g
  • Pull Force: 0.67 kg
  • Surface Field: 2275 Gauss
  • Brmax: 13,200 Gauss
  • BHmax: 42 MGOe

With these unique properties, Sparkfun's magnet rings offer countless possibilities for both everyday use and tech projects. Their small size, coupled with their potent strength, makes them versatile and practical for a variety of applications. Whether you're looking to organise your workspace or create innovative tech solutions, these magnet rings are an excellent choice.


Brand information
Brand Sparkfun
Size info
Length5 mm
Width5 mm
Height2 mm
Weight13,9 g
€ 0,95€ 0,80 Excl. VAT (NL)
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