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Can u turn an electromagnet on and off?

Originally Answered: Can electromagnets be turned on and off? Yes they can. They have an electric coil circuit. It's trivial to control the amount of current flowing through the circuit, including no current at all.

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You can also ask can an electromagnet be turned off?

The combined magnetic force of the magnetized wire coil and iron bar makes an electromagnet very strong. Electromagnets can be turned on or off and their strength can be changed by controlling the electric current. You can also ask why are electromagnets used instead of permanent magnets? The main advantage of an electromagnet over a permanent magnet is that the magnetic field can be quickly changed by controlling the amount of electric current in the winding. However, unlike a permanent magnet that needs no power, an electromagnet requires a continuous supply of current to maintain the magnetic field.

In respect to this, does a doorbell use electromagnets?

The core of a conventional doorbell is an electromagnet. If you've read How Electromagnets Work, you know that an electromagnet is a coil of wire, often wrapped around a piece of magnetic metal. Keeping this in consideration, how is an electromagnet produced? Electromagnets are magnets that are generated by electric fields. Electromagnets can be created by wrapping a wire around an iron nail and running current through the wire. The electric field in the wire coil creates a magnetic field around the nail.


Does refrigerator use electromagnet?

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Does an electromagnet have a north and south pole?

By winding many turns of wire around a metal core you can make this weak field very strong, even strong enough to lift a junk car. An electromagnet does have north and south poles, and it's simple to demonstrate this with the Electric Circuits KitBook.

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