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MuShield Company, Inc. (The)
Custom Magnetic Field Instruments The MuShield Advantage is one of experience, knowledge and customer-centric practices. Our extensive engineering experience allows us to contribute to the design process if required. Our experience can help determine which materials and manufacturing methods will be most efficient and of highest quality. (read more)
Narrowband Analysis of Electromagnetic Fields Determine FCC Compliance with Narda's Latest Tool for Narrowband Analysis of Electromagnetic Fields. Measures and displays individual emitter's field strength and the total of all emitters. Performs isotropic and single axis measurements. Displays readings in common field strength units, or as a percentage of FCC Regulation. Provides GPS and voice recorder functions to simplify survey reports. The SRM-3006 is Narda's second generation, hand-held system for performing narrowband analysis... (read more)Browse Field Intensity Meters Datasheets for Narda Microwave-East
Absolutemultiturn encoder immune to magnetic field Encoders installed in wind turbines have to endure harsh environments and ensure absolutely dependable operation since repair and maintenance at offshore locations are especially difficult and expensive. Often strong magnetic fields come into play when the encoders are installed close to generators or magnetic brakes. The new durable absolute encoder GXL2W easily meets the demanding requirements of wind turbines. The non-contact optical sensing principle is wear-free and withstands frequent... (read more)Browse Absolute Rotary Encoders Datasheets for Baumer Ltd.
Magnetic Field Sensors with LIFETIME warranty Are you plagued by pneumatic cylinder sensor failures that cause unplanned machine downtime resulting in lost revenue?? Balluff's magnetic field sensors perform so reliably that we back them with an exclusive LIFETIME warranty.?. With Balluff's concept of one sensor, many brackets we offer a wide range of solutions to fit a wide variety of manufacturer's cylinders. Many of our brackets are "stay put brackets" meaning that once the switch point is set, it is maintained by the bracket... (read more)Browse Magnetic Field Sensors Datasheets for Balluff, Inc.
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Liquid Controls Group; a Unit of IDEX Corporation
The rules of the game have been changed! are positioned opposite each other on the internal surface of the pipe. The coils which generate the magnetic field are placed outside the pipe. The complete sensor has an external NEMA 6-6P (IP67/68) protection rating which guarantees the integrity of the magnetic circuit and protects the instrument against the external environment. The choice of materials in contact with the fluid (lining, electrodes, etc.) depends on the temperature, the chemical aggressiveness of the liquid and the degree... (read more)Browse Mass Flow Meters and Controllers Datasheets for Liquid Controls Group; a Unit of IDEX Corporation
MultiDimension Technology Co., Ltd.
TMR Magnetic Field Sensor Breakout PCB Module The MMLP57F-BRK and MMLH45F-BRK breakout PCBs are designed for quick evaluation of MDT's MMLP57F and MMLH45F TMR linear magnetic field sensors in SOP8 package without designing a new PCB. The MDT MMLP57F and MMLH45F magnetic field sensors feature wide operating field range, high field sensitivity, very-low hysteresis, and low power consumption. Read more about MMLP57F and MMLH45F sensors at GlobalSpec. Features and Benefits. Large Dynamic Range: up to +/-90 Oe. Very Low Power Consumption: 10... (read more)Browse Magnetic Sensor Chips Datasheets for MultiDimension Technology Co., Ltd.
MultiDimension Technology Co., Ltd.
High-Precision TMR Magnetic Field Sensor MMLP57F The MDT MMLP57F TMR linear magnetic field sensor features wide operating field range at +/-90 Oe, very-low hysteresis at 0.2 Oe, high sensitivity at 4.8 mV/V/Oe, very-low power consumption at 10 μW, and excellent thermal stability over -40 °C - 125 °C. Designed with TMR (Tunneling Magnetoresistance) technology, a unique push-pull full bridge composed of four TMR elements provides a high sensitivity voltage output that is linearly proportional to a magnetic field applied parallel... (read more)Browse Magnetic Field Sensors Datasheets for MultiDimension Technology Co., Ltd.
Magnetic Shield Corporation
EP-101A Field Evaluator Probe by Magnetic Shield This field evaluator probe can be used with a digital volt meter (DVM) or oscilloscope to measure AC magnetic field intensities and attenuation ratios. Each probe is carefully calibrated with the calibration number shown on the probe. Probe is accurate for direct measurements from 10Hz to 3000Hz in Axial directions. Includes 2-prong banana plug. Axial directional - 20 millivolts peak per Gauss at 60 Hertz. Note: The EP-101A field evaluator probe is included with Lab Kit LK-120 (read more)Browse Magnetic Field Instruments Datasheets for Magnetic Shield Corporation
MultiDimension Technology Co., Ltd.
High-Sensitivity TMR Magnetic Field Sensor MMLH45F The MDT MMLH45F TMR linear sensor features very-high sensitivity at 12 mV/V/Oe, very-low power consumption at 12.5 μW, wide operating field range at +/-50 Oe, low hysteresis at 1%FS, and excellent thermal stability over -40 °C - 125 °C. Designed with TMR (Tunneling Magnetoresistance) technology, a unique push-pull full bridge composed of four TMR elements provides a high sensitivity voltage output that is linearly proportional to a magnetic field applied parallel to the surface... (read more)Browse Magnetic Sensor Chips Datasheets for MultiDimension Technology Co., Ltd.
...is electronic- noise pollution. Industrial devices and sensors must operate reliably in a caucophony of electromagnetic emissions both intentional and unintentional. The key to eliminating electromagnetic noise is to first understand its origin. The right-hand rule relating to electric currents and magnetic...
...the wire with direction and magnitude defined by the "right-hand rule," a concept widely taught in college physics courses. Mathematically, the cross product of the magnetic field vector and the current electric field vector produces the Lorentz force. The brushless motor described here generates...
...in electromagnetic compatibility is to minimize, divert, or eliminate one magnetic field for current flowing in a long straight wire can be visualized using. of the three elements necessary for a noise problem. the right-hand rule. With the right-hand thumb pointed in the direction of the. current flow...
...rotating around. the x-axis (blue), positive elevation will be in the direction of the green arrow rotating around. the y-axis, and positive heading will be in the direction of the red arrow rotating around the z-. axis. More specifically, the `Right-Hand Rule' is utilized which specifies...
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Use of right hand In mathematics and It was invented for use in electromagnetism
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RIGHT HAND RULE On the left is shown the correct way to hold...
FINGERS RIGHT-HAND RULES Thumb Fingers curl in direction of: 1 Electric current M along a wire Magnetic field Ft near the wire 2 Magnetic field Ft
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Let's use the right hand rule: Ask a friend to place his/her right hand so that the index finger is straight and points in the direction of the
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The right hand rule can also be used to find the force induced by the presence of a magnetic field and the velocity of a particular particle.
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The direction of the force can be determined using the following right hand rule: 1. Point your fingers in the direction of the positively charged
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