INSTRUMENTS

The two main magnetic field properties of magnets which are normally measured are magnetic flux density and magnetic flux (Click here for an explination between magnetic flux density and magnetic flux).

Measuring each of these characteristics requires the use of a different type of magnetic instrument:

To measure flux density – use a Gaussmeter (or Teslameter)

GAUSSMETERS

Gaussmeter
* INTRODUCTION
* PRODUCT RANGE
* CALIBRATION STANDARD
* HALL EFFECT PRINCIPLE
* GAUSSMETER SELECTION FACTORS
* HALL PROBES

To measure total flux – use an Integrating Fluxmeter

FLUXMETERS

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

Reference Magnets are highly stable magnets used to check the accuracy of Gaussmeters

REFERENCE MAGNETS

Reference magnets
* INTRODUCTION
* DETAILED INFORMATION


FLUX DENSITY AND MAGNETIC FLUX EXPLAINED

Flux density and magnetic flux diagram
Click here for an explanation between magnetic flux density and magnetic flux
Click here for an explination                 between magnetic flux density and magnetic flux