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Supplier: Olympus Scientific Solutions America
Description: Features Superior high-saturation optimized magnetic design Improved wear resistance and changeable wear rings Ideal for air-cooler tubing (with aluminum fns) and for circumferential crack detection
- NDT Probe Technology: Eddy Current, Magnetic / Hall Effect
- Style / Type: Pencil Probe
- Diameter / Width: 0.4724 to 1.17 inch
Supplier: Fischer Technology, Inc.
Description: Application Specific Probes The key to successful coating measurement Probes are the most important component of systems used to measure coating thickness with either magnetic, magnetic induction and eddy current methods. This is the reason significant efforts and resources are expended by FISCHER
- NDT Probe Technology: Magnetic / Hall Effect
- Application: Coating Thickness
- Style / Type: Surface Probe
- Special Features: Absolute
Supplier: American Microsemiconductor, Inc.
Description: Hall field probe;Rated Control
- Sensor Type: Magnetic Sensor
- Package Type / Mounting: Other
Supplier: Honeywell Sensing and Control
Description: Hall-Effect Linear Position Sensor
- Operating Temperature: -40 to 302 F
- Power Requirements: DC Powered
Supplier: Olympus Scientific Solutions America
Description: material and a small target ball (or disk or wire) is placed on the opposite side or dropped inside a container. The probe's Hall Effect sensor measures the distance between the probe tip and target ball. The measurements are instantly displayed on the large color thickness display. Features: Replaceable
- Instrument Type / Technology: Magnetic (Hall Effect, Induction)
- Application: Material Thickness
Supplier: Inspec Inc.
Description: with PC.• Possible storage of the last 50 measured values.• Drive unit with or without contact skids.• Easily interchangeable probes (Hall Effect Technology).
- Measurement Capability: Roughness Parameters (Ra, RMS / Rq, Rz, etc.)
- Standards Compliance: ISO / EN, DIN
- Technology: Contact / Stylus Based
- Mounting / Loading: Handheld / Portable
Standards and Technical Documents - Electronics Upgrade Of High Resolution Mass Spectrometers - 54TH IIS 2008
Description: resolution hall-effect probe. The custom equipment include a precision voltage divider/summing amplifier chassis, high voltage power supply chassis and a chassis for controlling the voltage emission for the mass spectrometer source tube. The upgrade package is versatile enough to interface
Supplier: OMEGA Engineering, Inc.
Description: are offered, both permitting the user to pry or hook onto cables (will accept 2 x 500 MCM) or even onto small bus bars. The HHM70 Series probes use Hall effect technology and measure ac and dc. The electronics and batteries are self-contained in the handles. The output of the ac/dc probes is 1 mV
- Probe Type: Current
- Attenuation Factor: 1X
- Probe Configuration: Other
- Voltage Rating: 600 volts
Supplier: Fischer Technology, Inc.
Description: at a later time. We offer a number of plug-in testing modules for ultimate flexibility: Module NICKELSCOPE® This plug-in testing module utilizes the Hall effect method to measure the thickness of nickel or ferrous coatings on non-ferrous substrates. Use this module to measure: electroplated nickel
- Instrument Type: Thickness - Coating
- Form Factor: Bench / Rack / Cabinet, Portable / Hand Held / Mobile
- Technology: Magnetic
Supplier: Fluke Power Quality
Description: AC/DC Current clamps for DMM's Fluke Current clamps are the ideal tools to extend the current ranges of Fluke tools. Battery-powered Hall-effect probe measures 1 A to 1000 A 1mV/Amp output guarantees easy reading on your meter Take accurate current readings without breaking the circuit
Description: Battery-powered dual Hall-effect, clamp-on probe measures dc current from 1-400A; ac current from 1-400A ac rms Measures ac and dc current down to 1 amp with specified accuracy and is useable to 0.5A Output is 1mV per amp dc or ac Jaws accept conductor size of 1 X 750 MCM (30 mm/1.18
- Probe Type: Current
- Probe Configuration: Other
Supplier: Sypris Test & Measurement - F.W. Bell
Description: The Model 6010 Hall-effect gauss meter represents the latest innovations and state of the art designs from the world leader in magnetic measuring equipment. F.W. Bell’s exclusive Dynamic Probe Correction feature, along with temperature compensation, allows measurement up to 300 kG
Supplier: Hensley Technologies, Inc.
Description: Compatible with any oscilloscope with high impedance BNC input, the new N2783A Series current probe offers accurate and reliable solution for measuring ac and dc currents. Using a hybrid technology that includes a Hall effect sensor and an AC current transformer, the probe provides accurate
Technical Training Equipment - Digital Teslameter with Probe 20 mT, 200 mT (115 V, 50/60 Hz) -- U33110-115 Supplier: American 3B Scientific (A3BS)
Description: This economical digital teslameter will allow students to incorporate quantitative measurements into their magnetism experiments. The unit includes a Hall sensor probe for measuring axial and tangential magnetic fields up to 200 mT. The probe also serves as a ruler as it includes a metric scale
Supplier: Tektronix, Inc.
Description: AC/DC - 100 kHz 50 mA to 100 A peak For DMM's and Oscilloscopes
- Current Type: AC Current, DC Current
- Technology: Hall-Effect
- Mounting / Configuration: Clamp or Bolt On
- Measuring Range: 0.0500 to 100 amps
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Ohio Semitronics, Inc.
HR Series Halltron Magnetic Field Probes
. Models. Select among nine different models. Outputs are specified with field strength of 10kGauss and control current as listed. Other sizes and configurations are available by contacting Ohio Semitronics. . Model HR36. • Hall Output: 350mV ±25%. • Nominal Control Current: 350 lc (mA). • Maximum OHMIC Residual: 0.15 mV, field = 0, lc = 100mA. • Nominal Input Resistance, Approximate: 1.5 Ω. • Nominal Output Resistance, Approximate: 1.5 Ω. &bull... (read more)
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Honeywell Sensing and Control
SNDH Series Sensors for Heavy-Duty Vehicles
Honeywell's SNDH Series Hall-Effect Speed Sensors use a magnetically biased Hall-effect integrated circuit to accurately sense movement of ferrous metal targets. The specially designed IC (integrated circuit) and a permanent magnet are sealed in rugged, probe-type packages. The flux density of the permanent magnet alters when approached by ferrous metal. This is detected by the Hall ICs. If the sensor is positioned at the circumference of a revolving gear wheel, for example, it detects... (read more)
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Smith Systems, Inc.
Speed Sensors, Transmission , Automotive & Racing
Hall Effect Proximity Vehicle Transmission and Speed Sensors For Automotive Racing from Smith Systems, Inc. Hall Effect Proximity Sensor Technology carried over from aerospace sensors enables these products to survive the vehicle transmission racing environment's hostile conditions. Smith Systems, Inc. sensors are running in NHRA ®, Champ ®, Indy ® and F1 ® cars. High reliability, durability and peak performance are designed in and built into every sensor. Every device is pre-qualified... (read more)
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Aviation Solutions & a Glass of Wine?
Harco Labs invites you to visit us at the Paris Airshow June 17-21 in Hall 3 Stand E-118. Enjoy a glass of wine & learn about our air data systems, FAA repair services, temperature measurement solutions and specialized cable assemblies. HARCO is a designer and manufacturer of temperature sensors, interconnect cable harness assemblies and air data systems for aerospace, industrial and marine applications. HARCO designs and manufactures RTDs, thermocouple temperature sensors, high... (read more)
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Rotronic Instrument Corp.
Need to Measure Humidity in Indoor Pools
of condensation. Why the need to measure humidity?. Humidity control. To help prevent condensation, protect the building from structural damage and provide a comfortable environment for swimmers, humidity must be carefully controlled. For this to be achieved, the maximum humidity levels within a pool hall should be held between 50 %rh and 60 %rh. To maintain these levels, an indoor pool requires a form of moisture extraction to control relative humidity by removing unwanted water vapour... (read more)
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Olympus Scientific Solutions America
Magna-Mike® 8600 Portable Thickness Gage
The Magna-Mike ® 8600 is a portable thickness gage that uses a simple magnetic method to make reliable and repeatable measurements on nonferrous materials. Operation of the Magna-Mike is very simple. Measurements are made when its magnetic probe is held or scanned on one side of the test material and a small target ball (or disk or wire) is placed on the opposite side or dropped inside a container. The probe's Hall Effect sensor measures the distance between the probe tip and target ball... (read more)
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Fischer Technology, Inc.
Universal Coating Thickness Measurement
induction and eddy current methods. SIGMASCOPE ®/PHASCOPE ® – phase sensitive eddy current method. NICKELSCOPE ® - magnetic method (Hall effect). Measures the thickness of electroplated nickel coatings on electrically non-conductive or non-ferrous substrates as well as non-ferrous metal coatings (copper, aluminum, lead etc...) on steel. It is also ideal for measuring thick non-ferrous coatings. BETASCOPE ® - beta-backscatter method and beta transmission method. The thicknesses... (read more)
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Moving Magnet Voice Coil DC Linear Actuator
and vacuum lines and can also be supplied with magnetic latching mechanisms for vertical applications. Applications: Therapeutic / Diagnostic Medical Probes, Lens Grinding, Pick and Place, Engraving Machines, Compressors and Pumps, Flow Control / Valves, Focusing, Spindle Feeds. H2W Technologies is dedicated to the design and manufacture of linear and rotary motion products that are used in the motion control industry. The complete line of linear electric motors includes: single and dual axis... (read more)
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Voice Coil Linear Actuators
Turnaround Times. High Flux Density Neodymium Magnets are Used. Applications: Z Axis for Pick and Place Equipment. Medical Diagnostic Probes and Laser Beam Steering. Hermetically Sealed Cryo Cooler Actuators. Mirror Tilt and Focusing Actuators. Miniature Position Control. H2W Technologies is dedicated to the design and manufacture of linear and rotary motion products that are used in the motion control industry. The complete line of linear electric motors includes: single and dual... (read more)
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|Part #||Distributor||Manufacturer||Product Category||Description|
|GTN1A114||Powell Electronics, Inc.||HONEYWELL||Not Provided||GTN Series Hall-Effect Gear-Tooth Sensor; 12 Vdc version; connector position 1; 83,5 mm probe length|
|GTN1A117||Powell Electronics, Inc.||HONEYWELL||Not Provided||GTN Series Hall-Effect Gear-Tooth Sensor; 12 Vdc version; connector position 1; 125 mm probe length|
|GTN1A211||Powell Electronics, Inc.||HONEYWELL||Not Provided||GTN Series Hall-Effect Gear-Tooth Sensor; 24 Vdc version; connector position 1; 40 mm probe length|
|21001489||PLC Radwell||Magnetic Instrumentation||Controls & Indicators, Control Software||HALL PROBE|
|SR14N-C4||Honeywell Sensing and Control||Honeywell Sensing and Control||Sensors - Magnetic Sensors - 2nd Level Value-Added Hall-Effect Sensors||SR14 Series Ratiometric Linear Sensor; probe socket|
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Reed Sensors vs. Hall Effect Sensors (.pdf)
Since their introduction several years ago, the Hall effect sensor has captured the imagination of design engineers. Generally, it was thought that if it's in solid state that it's a more reliable approach, particularly when comparing it to electromechanical devices. However, several remarkably
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exclusively is known as giant magnetoresistance (GMR). GMR is one of a class of integrated magnetic sensing technologies that are sometimes called spintronics. This class includes --roughly in order of technological maturity --Hall effect sensing, anisotropic magnetoresistance, GMR, magnetic tunnel junctions
geologic structures near the surface than the location or the mechanism of the quake itself. (1) Study unveils a way to probe fault zones before a quake hits Thursday, December 14, 8:30 a.m.-noon Session S41A, poster #27 Moscone Center, Hall D Presenter: Justin Revenaugh (408) 459-3055
Magnetostrictive Position Transducers in Medical Applications
. Application Examples. Figure 4 shows how a magnetostrictive linear position transducer can be mounted into a hospital bed for con-. trolling the bed adjustments. Previous versions have used contact or Hall Effect (magnetic) switches. When. using switches, manual adjustment of each switch point
A Basic Guide: How Feedback Encoder Devices Operate
and guaranteeing that the process occurs correctly. These include: tachometer, Hall sensors, encoder, and resolver. Tachometer. Tachometers are rotating electromagnetic devices typically connected to a motor shaft, and when the tachometer shaft is rotated, it outputs a signal, ie output a voltage. The faster
The Need to Measure the Relative Humidity Temperature and Carbon Dioxide in Containers
the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). defined the first internationally accepted dimensions for the. ISO container still in use today. In the year 2000, Malcolm McLean was awarded the title. “Man of the Century” by the International Maritime Hall of Fa-. me, just one of many awards for his
Measurement And Analysis Of Torsional Vibration
(such as shaft encoders or hall-effect probes) because they only sense angular motion not radial motion. Adrian. Reply. 1513 days ago Ivo Dabelic. I red a published paper (some time ago) by Scientific Atlanta in which they were ademant about the run out compensation especialy when, for example
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are CE marked and manufactured at an ISO 9001 registered facility. Hall effect sensor works as switch A Hall effect sensor from Micropac Industries Inc. functions as a switch that is activated by magnetic fields. In the presence of a sufficiently strong south pole field, the Mii P/N 65016 sensor turns
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Scanning Hall Probe Microscopy of Magnetic Vortices inVery Underdoped yttrium-barium-copper-oxide
Scanning Hall Probe Microscopy of Magnetic Vortices inVery Underdoped yttrium-barium-copper-oxide .
Reliable plate–plate MRF magnetorheometry based on validated radial magnetic flux density profile simulations
Ra- dial magnetic flux density profiles were investigated by finite element simulations using the Maxwell® 2D code and by direct Hall probe measurements.
Detection of Magnetic Object Movements by Flux Density Tracking Control
Abstract—In this paper, a motion trajectory detecting method that permits tracking of magnetic objects is investigated by the magnetic flux density of a 3-D Hall probe .
Two-dimensional Vortex Behavior in Highly Underdoped YBa2Cu3O6 x Observed by Scanning Hall Probe Microscopy
Two-dimensional Vortex Behavior in Highly Underdoped YBa2Cu3O6 x Observed by Scanning Hall Probe Microscopy .
R&D ERL: Magnetic measurements of the ERL magnets
Field quality in all the 6Q12 quadrupoles, 3D60 dipoles and the injection line magnets has been measured with either a rotating coil, or a Hall probe mapper.
A Magnetometer Based on a Hall Probe
A Magnetometer Based on a Hall Probe .
Dynamics of individual vortices and flux bundles in Nb films
Hall probes have been widely used recently to investigate the penetration of magnetic flux into superconducting crystals [1,2], but not on a scale where individual vortices are resolved.
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