Justin Belicki: Self Encoding Electro-Permanent Magenets


Inductors are complicated and permananet magnets doubly so. Justin reports on a clever method to encode a magnetic latch with no additional parts. These are the latches used in the ZTF filter exchange robot, where the ability to sense engagement with the target is seen as vital to meeting the reliability requirements.

Date: Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Time: 12:30 pm PST
Location: *Caltech, Cahill 273 Note room change *


Web Based Conferencing https://zoom.us/j/845192587
Meeting ID 845 192 587
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Attending: The usual COO suspects.
Call-in: Shapiro, STA, Burrus & Zolkower

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