We are looking forward to meeting you during the 14th European Conference on Applied Superconductivity EUCAS 2019 in Glasgow, from September 1st to 5th!
Matching the needs of Superconducting Magnets, the NMR magnetic field camera, MFC2046, is based on the precise pulsed-wave NMRNuclear Magnetic Resonance. A resonance phenomenon seen when you irradiate a sample in a magnetic field with an RF field.... technology. We provide probe-array geometries to map any magnet: the classic Metrolab design – MFC9046 – supports any spherical DSV from 150 mm to 600 mm. The new MFC9146 maps cylindrical DSVs as small as 10 mm in diameter and 28 mm in length.
These features are particularly useful for superconducting magnets.
Extended rangeThe range of a probe is defined by the minimum and maximum field strength it can measure. On an instrument,... and unbeatable precisionPrecision is how closely multiple measurements will be clustered. Also called reproducibility or repeatability. In everyday speech, often confused with...: map magnetic fields from 200 mT to 25.8 T (1 GHz) at a precisionPrecision is how closely multiple measurements will be clustered. Also called reproducibility or repeatability. In everyday speech, often confused with... of 10 ppbParts per billion, or 10-9. 1 ppb is 10-7 % - not very much at all!... (0.01 ppmParts per million, or 10-6. Bigger than a ppb, but still pretty darn small....).
RampingThe process of injecting current to bring the field up to the operational field. Used particularly for superconducting magnets.... then mappingThe process of measuring magnetic field intensity at many different points, in order to understand the structure of the field..., include a wide-range probeThe actual sensor that is placed in the magnetic field. The NMR probe contains the NMR sample; the Hall probe... in the middle of the probe arrayFor Metrolab's Magnetic Field Camera, the probe array is a semi-circular plate holding up to 32 NMR probes..... Follow the magnet during rampingThe process of injecting current to bring the field up to the operational field. Used particularly for superconducting magnets.... and map it with just one fixtureSee jig..
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Metrolab’s MFC2046 camera system is used for magnet “ramping” and mapping of MRI systems during manufacturing and installation.
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