• THM1176-HF for superconducting magnets
With a 20 T rangeThe range of a probe is defined by the minimum and maximum field strength it can measure. On an instrument,..., and calibrated to 14 T, the THM1176-HF is ideal for measuring the very strong magnetic fields typical of superconducting magnets. Additional ranges of 0.1, 0.5, and 3 T, with precisionPrecision is how closely multiple measurements will be clustered. Also called reproducibility or repeatability. In everyday speech, often confused with... as good as 0.3 mT, this probeThe actual sensor that is placed in the magnetic field. The NMR probe contains the NMR sample; the Hall probe... is also suitable for measuring resistive- and permanent-magnet systems. A single-chip 3-axis Hall sensor very similar to the THM1176-MF minimizes offset and Planar Hall EffectA popular magnetometer technology, using a semiconductor plate. One injects current on one axis of the plate and measures a..., and provides accurate point measurements in strong gradients.
• THM1176-HFC for sub-millimeter gaps
Featuring the same specifications as the THM1176-HF, but with a probeThe actual sensor that is placed in the magnetic field. The NMR probe contains the NMR sample; the Hall probe... measuring only 0.5x2x42 mm, the THM1176-HFC enables 3-axis measurements where they were formerly impossible – for example between the rotor and stator of large rotating machinery. How much do you trust your computational model? Now you can measure it!
• THM1176-LF for fringe fields
With an 8 mT rangeThe range of a probe is defined by the minimum and maximum field strength it can measure. On an instrument,..., ±20 µT accuracyAccuracy is how close a measure conforms to reality. Even if our NMR Teslameter displays 9 digits, we claim 5..., ±2 µT resolutionResolution measures the ability of a magnetometer to distinguish ("resolve") two nearly identical field values. Related to precision, but not to... and an active volume of 6×3.4×3 mm, the THM1176-LF is ideal for measuring environmental disturbances involving weak magnetic fields, typically fringe fields.