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- In this paper, 3-D magnetostatic finite element simulation of a rotating flux type Low-Tc superconducting (LTS) power supply is analyzed. The operating mechanism of this system is the magnetic-triggered switch which is the partial quenching and recovery of superconducting foil by generated magnetic flux from the rotating pole. The magnetic flux density on the superconducting foil caused by two exciters is therefore sufficiently greater than its critical magnetic flux density and it is an essential point in LTS power supply design.To establish the sufficient flux path of this machine, ferromagnetic materials is used in this power supply. When ferromagnetic material is used at extremely low temperature, its characteristic of magnetization differs to that at room temperature. For this reason, special consideration is needed in the magnetic analysis of cryogenic systems.When the excitation current is 10A, the normal spot appears on superconducting foil. The results of this analysis are calculated and compared with the experimental results. The linkage flux due to the excitation current of 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50A are respectively 1.30 10-4, 2.67 10-4, 3.92 10-4, 5.08 10-4 and 6.15 10-4Wb.