FLUXMETERS

Fluxmeter IF02 and IF03
* INTRODUCTION
* PRODUCT RANGE
* PRINCIPLE OF FLUXMETERS
* FLUXMETER SELECTION FACTORS

Integrating Fluxmeters are used to measure total magnetic flux with a coil.

Fluxmeters are often used when a total flux reading of a magnet is required and unlike Gaussmeters need a changing magnetic environment to support measurement.

Examples of when to use the instrument include:

  • To check a magnetisation process
    A search coil is embedded into a magnetising fixture (holds the material to be magnetised).  The magnet charger magnetises the sample and as it is removed from the fixture an Integrating Fluxmeter measures the sample’s total magnetisation and determines if it is within acceptable production tolerances.
  • To determine total flux, with Helmholtz coils (produces an area of superior uniformity).
    A pair of Helmholtz coils is connected to an Integrating Fluxmeter.  The sample to be tested is placed within the pair of coils and rotated.  The Integrating Fluxmeter determines the total magnetisation of the sample and displays this value on its screen.


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FLUXMETER COMPARISION TABLE

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FLUXMETER PRODUCT RANGE

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IFM03 Fluxmeter

Find further information on the IFO3 Fluxmeter here.Click to view product information on the GM05 Gaussmeter
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IFM02 Fluxmeter

Find further information on the IFO2 Fluxmeter here.Click to view product information on the GM04 Gaussmeter

SELECTING THE RIGHT FLUXMETER

There are many key factors you need to consider when selecting a Hirst Fluxmeter.

Hirst have gathered the following factors to aid you in your selection

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