1, 2 or 3-axis Analog-Magnetic-Field Transducer. Is it possible to accurately transform a magnetic field into proportional analog voltage? … with no recalibration and no planar Hall effect? Sentron's Analog-Magnetic-Field-Transducers make it possible. The new Analog-Magnetic-Field-Transducer YM12-3-2 transforms magnetic fields in a range of +/- 2T, from DC to 10kHz, into an analog output signal of +/- 5V. Various accuracy classes (better than 0.1%) are available. You can apply the instrument for scanning precisely the magnetic field, for quality assurance in production, and in laboratory. The Transducer consists of two modules connected by a flexible cable. The first module, a tiny magnetic field measuring probe, contains the unique patented Hall element which features high stability and a hardly measurable planar Hall effect. The second module contains high class analog electronics. Various magnetic field measuring probes and sensor geometries are available. The picture above shows e.g. the worlds smallest 3-axis-Hall-probe which permits measurement in small holes and thin gaps down to 0.3mm. Additional unique products of Sentron include digital Teslameters and 1, 2 & 3D integrated Hall Magneric Field Sensors. _______________________________________________________ For more information, please contact :- Sentron AG December 2001 For more details of this product... email our HelpDesk quoting Ref. shown below Ref: Sentron002
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