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Fluxmètres

Lake Shore Cryotronics

Le fluxmètre modèle 480 est un outil avancé conçu principalement pour être utilisé dans des environnements industriels et des systèmes de mesure. Il mesure le flux total à partir duquel B, la densité de flux, et/ou H, l'intensité du champ magnétique, peuvent être déterminés. Le modèle 480 est utilisé pour détecter l'aimantation, pour le test manuel et automatisé des aimants et pour le tri, et comme composant principal dans les applications de la boucle BH ou du système de mesure de l'hystérésis. Le fluxmètre Modèle 480 est compatible avec la plupart des bobines de détection et des dispositifs de fixation.

Caractéristiques
  • Fluxmètre avancé
  • Pour la magnétisation, le test et le triage manuels et automatisés des aimants
  • Pour les applications de la boucle BH ou du système de mesure de l'hystérésis

Plus d'informations

A bright display and fast update rate make the Model 480 ideal for manual magnet sorting and testing. The instrument’s low drift improves productivity with fewer adjustments. Remote terminals allow for foot pedal reading reset to keep hands on the work, not the instrument. Configurable alarms give an audible signal or relay closure to signify pass/fail.

In automated testing, time is money. The Model 480 has many features to enhance throughput. The instrument has a fast update rate and fast settling time. It recovers quickly from reading reset to start a new reading cycle. The IEEE-488 and serial computer interfaces included with the 480 can be used to control most instrument functions. Relays and analog outputs can be used for automation without a computer interface.

The magnetizing process places unique demands on all associated electronics. The Model 480 responds with a very fast peak capture that can keep up with the fastest magnetizing pulses. Both a positive and negative peak can be captured from the same pulse. The input of the Model 480 is protected against the high voltages present at its input during magnetizing.

High resolution and low drift define a fluxmeter’s role in analytical measurement. The high resolution of the Model 480 is reinforced by a low noise floor. A configurable filter helps keep the readings quiet. Automatic and manual drift adjustment modes help optimize the integrators’ low drift characteristics. The IEEE-488 and serial computer interfaces included with the 480 allow automated data taking.

Sensing coils are sensitive to AC magnetic fields but many conventional integrating fluxmeters cannot measure AC fields. The Model 480 has an AC mode that enables it to measure fields over a wide frequency range using simple sensing coils. Applications are limited to field volumes as large or larger than the coil but for some, it is an inexpensive way to make low drift AC field measurements.

Adjusting or nulling the drift of an analog integrator wastes time. It can be the only unpleasant part of using an integrating fluxmeter. Lake Shore innovation brings some relief. The Model 480 has a built-in drift algorithm that continually adjusts drift when the instrument and coil are idle. It is ready when you are to make precision low drift measurements. The adjustment algorithm has no effect during flux integration. Manual drift adjustment is also available.

Specification

Model 480 Fluxmeter

  • Automatic drift compensation
  • Very fast peak capture
  • AC frequency response to 50 kHz
  • IEEE-488 and serial interfaces
  • Storage of parameters for up to 10 existing coils

Téléchargements

Fluxmeter 480

Contact

Elodie Ponsard
Elodie Ponsard

Contact

Quantum Design S.A.R.L.

1 avenue de l’Atlantique
Bâtiment Mac Kinley
91940 Les Ulis
France

Tél. :01 69 19 49 49
Fax :01 69 19 49 30
Email :france@qd-europe.com
Elodie PonsardIngénieur Technico-Commercial
01 69 19 49 49
ponsard@qd-europe.com