Custom & Private-Label
Metrolab technology is not always sold under the Metrolab label – and we’re proud of it! Our full rangeThe range of a probe is defined by the minimum and maximum field strength it can measure. On an instrument,... More of magnetic measurement technologies is available for integration into your products. Our expertise can help you optimise performance and get to market quickly.
From OEM to private-label
Metrolab has years of experience working with third-party manufacturers. At the simplest level, one of our standardA standard is the internationally agreed-upon physical representation of a unit. For example, a caesium clock is the standard for... More products can be integrated into yours. If needed, we are happy to make modifications or even a custom design to better adapt to your needs. In the extreme case, we can produce the entire product, under your label. In all cases, you benefit from Metrolab expertise, quality and flexibility.
The first off-the shelf instrument to quantify magnetic field transients
THM1176 Hall Magnetometer
TFM1186 Fluxgate Magnetometer
A compact fluxgate magnetometerAn instrument to measure magnetic flux density (B) or magnetic field intensity (H). More with outstanding sensitivity
NMR / EPR
Metrolab is espacially know for their precisionPrecision is how closely multiple measurements will be clustered. Also called reproducibility or repeatability. In everyday speech, often confused with... More NMRNuclear Magnetic Resonance. A resonance phenomenon seen when you irradiate a sample in a magnetic field with an RF field.... More teslameters
The Hall effectA popular magnetometer technology, using a semiconductor plate. One injects current on one axis of the plate and measures a... More is the most common method for measuring medium to high fields, for a wide rangeThe range of a probe is defined by the minimum and maximum field strength it can measure. On an instrument,... More of applications
Metrolab has historically been especially known for its integrators, primarily in the acceleratorParticle accelerators were developed by physicists to study the elementary nature of matter. Nowadays, they are usually immense, highly international... More world.
Fluxgate magnetometers evolved during the second World War as a means of detecting submarines