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Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Matt, Feb 8, 2007.

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  1. Matt

    Matt Guest

    What is the amplitude of an average CRTs Deguass in A/m?
  2. I'm guessing A is Amperes. What's m?
  3. Bob Eld

    Bob Eld Guest

    "m" is meters. H, the magnetic field intensity in mks units is Amps per
    Meter, A/m.

    H = 4*PI* N*I/(10*l) Where N is the number of current paths or turns, I is
    the current and l is the magnetic path length.
  4. Terry Given

    Terry Given Guest

    only in antique units, giving H in Oe from l in cm IIRC.

    for sensible units (MKS) H [A/m] = N*I[A]/l[m]

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