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  • Supplier Profile
    MicroSense, LLC, previously known as ADE Technologies, is comprised of three primary businesses – precision capacitive sensors, vibrating sample magnetometers and magneto-optical Kerr effect...
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    GEM Advanced Magnetometers is a supplier of magnetometers, gradiometers and magnetic sensors for Earth Science, Geophysics and other applications. With more than three decades in the research and...
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    Honeywell is a Fortune 100 company that invents and manufactures technologies to address tough challenges linked to global macrotrends such as safety, security, and energy. With approximately 129,000...
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    Cryogenic Ltd. is renowned in low temperature research and material science laboratories world-wide for delivering high quality measurement systems and providing the highest magnetic fields (up top 25...
  • Equipment
    The Honeywell HMR2300 is a three-axis smart digital magnetometer to detect the strength and direction of an incident magnetic field.
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    The Model 10 Mark II VSM is the state of the art in VSM magnetometers. Its sensitivity and accuracy surpasses all other commercial vector magnetometers. Its field range and resolution make it the...
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    The VSM measures the magnet moment by moving the sample between two pick-up coils at frequency of 1 to 100Hz. Sensitivity is to 10-6 emu with a suitable averaging time.
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    RMS Instruments’ experience in the design, manufacture and production of the highest quality data recording systems and instrumentation for geophysical, industrial, environmental monitoring and...
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    This special gradiometer is a magnetic measuring system deployed at 30m below the helicopter. It consists of a three-armed towed bird configured with 4 sensors for calculation of Tri-Directional...
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    The G-822A is designed for all airborne or mobile applications where the unique combination of high sensitivity and very rapid sampling of the earth’s magnetic field are required.