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Supplier: Master Magnetics, Inc.
Description: Gaussmeter Easily measure the DC Magnetic Field Intensity (Magnetic Flux Density) of any Magnet! Part No. GM-2 - The DC Gaussmeter is a very accurate instrument useful in measuring the DC magnetic field intensity of magnets, magnetic devices and assemblies, as well as relays, electromagnets
- Device Type: Gaussmeter (Tesla Meter)
- Form Factor: Handheld
- Measurement Features: Magnitude Measurement
Supplier: OMEGA Engineering, Inc.
Description: for live viewing. This meter is used to measure electromagnetic fields (EMF) in the extremely low frequency (ELF) band of 30 to 300 Hz. The HHG1392 is an excellent tool for measuring electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation intensity of electrical transmission equipment, power lines, microwave ovens, air
- Device Type: Gaussmeter (Tesla Meter)
- Outputs / Interfaces: Serial Interface
- Flux Density Measurement: 0.2000 to 2 Gauss
- Sensing Accuracy: 3 ±% Full Scale
Standards and Technical Documents - MAGNETIC FIELD INTENSITY CRITERIA FOR TELEPHONE COMPATIBILITY WITH HEARING AIDS -- EIA/TIA-504-1
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Supplier: Dexter Magnetic Technologies, Inc.
Description: Head Setters All magnetic materials are initially comprised of randomly oriented domains. The magnetization process rotates domains into common alignment and causes those aligned with the magnetizing field to grow in size. Full saturation would result in a single aligned domain if all anisotropy
- Magnet Type: Magnetic Assembly
Description: of intensity of a magnetic field exceeding 4 800 A/m.
Supplier: ASTM International
Description: ferromagnetic materials under Mode I loading. Fatigue crack growth tests were conducted using single-edge cracked tension specimens in a magnetic field, and the effects of magnetic field and loading condition on the crack growth rates were examined. Magnetic field effect on the stress intensity factor range
Standards and Technical Documents - Autoradiographic Evaluation of Electomagnetic Field Effects on Serotonin (5-HT1A) Receptors in Rat Brain - BIOMED 2003
Description: investigated the potential for EMF-induced changes in areas such as the hippocampus. This pilot study should provide a detailed understanding of magnetic field effects on stress-responsive brain regions and will lead to a more coordinated approach to the use of such modalities for therapeutic intervention
Supplier: Johnson and Allen, Ltd.
Description: Johnson and Allen produce high grade black magnetic inks, for use in the magnetic particle inspection process. Our inks have a high flash point with good particle mobility and use the highest grade of magnetic particles, selected for their response to very low magnetic field strengths and for low
- Magnetic Particle Inspection: Other
Supplier: Industrial Magnetics, Inc.
Description: the Extractor's inlet, it passes over a diverter which angles the product flow towards the magnets. Ferrous metal that is mixed in with the product flow is then captured and held by the powerful magnetic field. Standard models are equipped with a EZ-clean stripper drawer to easily remove collected metal
- Equipment Type: Magnetic Separator
- Screen Action / Cleaning Device: Static / Gravity
- Process / Operation: Other
- Application / Material Processed: Other
Supplier: Tradeport Electronics Group
Description: Provides an amplitude versus frequency plot for each antenna probe position and field intensity distribution map by a single scan Electric and magnetic fields are separately detected. Wide and selectable frequency range Fine resolution 3D graphical representation and zoom capability for a given
Supplier: MAYA Heat Transfer Technologies Limited
Description: results may be imported into NX I-deas MasterFEM or NX I-deas Correlation software for post-processing and display: Nodal displacement Reaction forces Nodal temperature Magnetic potential Stress Magnetic field intensity Strain Thermal flux Magnetic forces Thermal gradient Magnetic flux Heat
Description: The magnetic collection of fine particles requires a high intensity, high gradient magnetic field. An electromagnetic matrix type separator, referred to as a magnetic filter, has proven to be the most effective method of separation.
- Application / Industry Use: Drinking Water, Ore / Mineral, Other
Supplier: Code 3, Inc.
Description: Design Features Polycarbonate Lens Extruded Aluminum Frame Amber Lens Standard. Red, Blue or Clear Lens with Amber Filters Available as Option User-Selectable Flash Pattern Field Replaceable Linear Strobe Tubes Permanent Mount with 15" pigtail or Magnetic Mount with 12' Lighter Plug
Supplier: Visual Sound, Inc.
Description: not disturb the imaging process and is itself not influenced by the strong fields inside magnetic resonance imaging equipment. In measuring technology, the microphone is ideal for use in EMI/EMC laboratories, as it does not influence the electric field. In this case, for example, it functions like an "ear
Description: optional interchangeable probe lengths to access a variety of inspection areas with one unit. Kit includes a 90-degree mirror tip, magnetic tip to pick up small screws or metal shavings, hook to collect wires, and a carrying case. The 10-mm CMOS video camera chip is located directly in the tip
Illuminators - HID Golight Stryker - 35 Watt HID - 3000 Lumen - 2 Wireless Remotes - White - 12 VDC - Magnetic Base -- GL-3067H-MSupplier: Larson Electronics LLC
Description: Pan and Tilt: 370 degrees rotation with hard stop. 140 degrees tilt to direct upward beam position Mount: Magnetic - water tight 100 pound grip base - tested to 60mph - Magnetic base encapsulated in soft rubber to adapt to uneven vehicle surfaces and prevent scratches on vehicle paint. - Wrap
Flashlights - 15 Million Candlepower Handheld Spotlight - 35 Watt HID - 3200 Lumens - Spot / Flood Combo -- HL-85-HIDSupplier: Larson Electronics LLC
Description: This lightweight, ultra rugged, ergonomic handheld HID Magnalight spotlight operates on 12 volts or 24 volts DC and can be used as a spot or flood light. This Magnalight spotlight ships with a 16 foot coil cord with cigarette plug and long life 35 Watt High Intensity Discharge (HID) bulb
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outputs, a 4-20 mA signal proportional to 0-100% full-scale, Modbus, and HART. The IR700 is also available with relays for warning, alarm, and faults. The IR700 can be connected to an IR4000S CO2 transmitter to provide local display and control. The highly versatile IR4000S CO2 incorporates an LED, relay module, and magnetic interface in a rugged explosion-proof enclosure. Carbon dioxide concentrations are displayed in increments of 100 ppm. The IR4000S CO2's rugged design permits... (read more)
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. Importantly, the yield stress and viscosity of the fluid when in its active state can be controlled very accurately by varying the magnetic field intensity. CPG has recently developed an MR fluid testing apparatus that integrates with a standard shear rheometer.
Permeability, Mumetal (R) and Alloys
Magnetic permeability refers to a material's ability to absorb magnetic flux. It is defined as the ratio of the intensity of induced magnetization in the material to the intensity of the inducing magnetic force field that produced it. For the most effective magnetic shield attenuation performance
Sensor Sense: Hall-effect current sensors
feeds an electronic circuit that checks it for control or overload sensing. A new generation of small Hall-effect-based current sensors simplify the task. Hall-effect devices measure current via the intensity of the magnetic field generated by the current flow. Of course, higher currents produce
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dimensions when placed in an electrical field of varying voltage. This is known as the "piezoelectric effect." Magnetostrictive transducers are made of materials which change dimensions in a varying magnetic field. Regardless of the type of transducer, the common, but primary factor, is the intensity
Hubble Follows Rapid Changes in Jupiter's Aurora
Hubble Space Telescope's sharp view of the rapid, spectacular dance of luminescent gasses high in Jupiter's atmosphere better known as aurora is allowing astronomers to map Jupiter's immense magnetic field and better understand how it generates such phenomena. "Now that we have pinpointed
Analysis of Visible Light Images
Precise nonperturbative measurements of plasma evolution and magnetic flux inflow are vital for the study and characterization of magnetic reconnection in laboratory plasmas. In the reconnection scaling experiment (RSX),1 parallel current-carrying plasma columns, or flux ropes, are generated
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of the magnetic field during a course of imaging studies, he discovered the capabilities of the two-dimensional imaging technique later named magnetic resonance imaging. By simplifying complex problems, innovation breakthroughs lead to competitive advantages, new markets, and higher market share
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is supported by low-friction bearings and incorporates electrical drive coils in a lightweight polymer. The forcer surrounds the thrust rod, and is propelled along the thrust rod�s length by digitally controlled magnetic fields. Tools for holding slides and test tubes are mounted directly onto
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Magnetic field intensity (A/m) E .
Encyclopedia of Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism
This is due to the rapid decrease in magnetic field intensity and increase in wavelength as a function of the distance from a magnetic source.
Electromagnetic Field Theories for Engineering
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Production Of Heavy-media-quality Magnetite Concentrate From Kesikkopru Iron Ore Tailings
The effects of feed particle size and applied magnetic field intensity on the Fe3O4 grade and recovery of concentrate were examined throughout magnetic concentration tests.
Hydrodynamic behaviour of a magneto airlift column in a transverse magnetic field
Experiments were carried out in two modes: applying the magnetic field to a static bed then increasing the field flow, and applying the magnetic field to a fluidized bed then increasing the magnetic field intensity .
Practical Electromagnetics: From Biomedical Sciences to Wireless Communication
Fundamental Field Quantities Symbol Electric field intensity or electric field strength Electric flux density or electric displacement Magnetic flux density Magnetic field intensity or magnetic field strength ~ E ~ D ~ B ~ H SI Unit V/m C/m2 T or Wb/m2...
Relation of Differential Rotation of Magnetic Fields on the Sun with Sign and Magnitude of Field Intensity
...the Sun on the basis of obtained dependencies of statistically significant periods of rotation on latitude according to observations on an interval, which covers three last cycles of activity in the range of modulus of magnetic field intensity [0; 700) Gs we...
Polarization in Spectral Lines
The quantity H is proportional to the magnetic field intensity ; numerically we have .