Novel Dual Axis Magnetic Sensor from Fourier Systems

Fourier Systems, a leader in the science education technology industry, has declared the launch of an innovative DT036 Dual Axis Magnetic sensor, for easy calculation of magnetic field elements, facilitating the students to study and experience the intangible principle.

The unseen, complicated physical features of the magnetic field vector, is highly difficult to explain to the students. This advanced magnetic sensor from Fourier simplifies this invisible physical concept and aids the development of novel education methodology tools in science.

The specific association of sensor's double axis calibrating function, along with three varied plus or minus ranges covering± 0.2mT, ±40mT, and ±100mT enables to carry out high resolution, supreme precision magnetic field trials. The sensor is capable of detecting vertical as well as horizontal mechanisms of the Earth’s magnetic field, executes precise evaluation of the coils and possesses high resolution to calculate the solenoid’s magnetic field.

Ken Zwiebel, CEO of Fourier Systems, commented that Fourier's innovative Dual Axis Magnetic sensor technology provides advanced education system and the company will be launching data loggers and sensing devices, besides new models of MultiLab data analysis software.

Fourier has highlighted their Dual Axis Magnetic sensor at BETT 2011 exhibition in Grandgall Hall at Olympia in London.


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