Handy, pocket-sized magnetic field monitor with 10 coloured LED lights providing measurements in nanotesla, from 0 - 2400 nT. Ideal for all magnetic fields from electrical sources at operating at frequencies between 20-1200 Hz, which includes normal mains electricity at 50/60Hz
The Pace-alert DCM detects strong DC magnetic field that may interfere with the functioning of cardiac pacemakers and implantable defibrillators. Upon detection of such field, the Pace-alert DCM warns recipients with a visual alarm so they can quickly move from potential causes of interference.
he MGCH-2 sensor covers the 10 Hz to >100 kHz frequency band. Its noise performance in the 10 kHz to 100 kHz band is superior to any other sensor on the market. Noise at 10 kHz is <10 fT/sqrt Hz and at 100 kHz is <3 fT/sqrt Hz.
The HCS-01 three-axis Helmholtz coil magneticfield source family generates uniform, accurateand precise magnetic fields in a volume aboutthe center of the coil system. The size of thecontrol volume depends on the size of the coils.MEDA offers three standard coil sizes: 1, 2 and4 meter side lengths.
The apparatus is mainly to measure the distribution of the surface magnet of the multipole toroidal magnetic core, include the peak value, angle, area, width and half height of each magnetic pole. Auto determinate the number of poles of the toroidal magnetic core and the polarity of the magnetic pole, statistic and analyse the measuring result,
This instrument measures the level of magnetism inside steel material. Its novel flux steeling probe diverts flux from the material into the sensor. This unit is ideal for NDT use providing confirmation that minimum flux levels have been reached in the material under test.
3-axis magnetic field cancelling system for electron microscopes (SEM and TEM), electron and ion beam experiments, nanotechnology, biomagnetic investigations, etc. High reliability through rugged analog design. No tedious programming, no chrashs. More than 300 MR-3 systems sold worldwide.
Complete miniature fluxgate magnetometer can be used in any application where the sensitivity of Hall- or MR-magnetometers is not sufficient, e. g. measurement of the earth's field, detection of AC field from power lines, vehicle detection, compass navigation, and many others. Due to its low price and low power consumption ideally suited for multi-sensor array systems.
Compact, low-power, 3-axis fluxgate magnetometer for the measurement of weak magnetic field down to nanoteslas. Due to its rugged design and extended operating temperature range suited for automotive and aerospace applications and for deep drilling tools.
Single axis magnetic field cancelling system for MRI scanners and biomagnetic applications. This system is used when the magnetic field sensor cannot be placed within the shielded volume. For example, in MRI applications the sensor is usually installed outside of the shielding room because of the MRI scanner's high fringe field.
The magnetic field sources are fed by the SGZ 21 generator and generate pulse-shaped magnetic fields through induction coils. The probes are guided by hand over the module to systematically search for magnetically susceptible circuit structures.
The magnetic field probes measure fast transient magnetic pulse fields and pulse currents in electronic devices and modules under the influence of extreme disturbances. The objective is to clarify magnetic field-related disturbance immunity phenomena which are triggered by burst or ESD processes.
The magnetic field Calibrator CAL 1250 generates a 3-dimensional magnetic field. It enables the verification of components and systems, which measure magnetic fields or which react regarding magnetic influence.
The compact magnetic field generator and analyzer MGA 1030 allows susceptibility tests against magnetic fields from DC to 250 kHz according the standard EN 55103-2 and there measurement according to EN 55103-1.In addition, EMC tests are possible according to various standards such as automotive, avionic and MIL-STD.
Magnetic Field Testing Overview - We have been working with magnetic field issues for sensitive tools for many decades from cutting edge development of scanning electron microscopes to active cancelation systems for MRI tools, to site surveys for specification compliance, debugging, and tool magnetic sensitivity testing.
The principle of operation is that an RF voltage appears across the terminals of a loop when it is placed in an electromagnetic field. This voltage is proportional to frequency for a given field strength. Therefore at Very Low Frequencies, the voltage is very small, and requires greater amplification.