Permanent Magnet Dipoles

Permanent magnet dipoles are high field magnet assemblies used in physical research projects. It consists of a pair of permanent magnets across a gap. The magnets are usually mounted on a steel frame (also called a yoke) for magnetic efficiency, magnetic shielding and/or mechanical strength.

A permanent magnet dipole has a north and south pole. It is commonly used in particle accelerators to bend the path of charged particles. By using a series of magnets with alternating poles, the charged particles can be guided along a specific path. This is important for experiments in particle physics and other fields that require precise control over the movement of charged particles.