In the short film he demonstrates how to measure Earth’s magnetic field strength and orientation with the instrument’s sensitive 3-axis probe, proving how much easier it is to do so without using a compass, magnets or a protractor – you need to watch from the beginning to see this bit.
Brainiac75 features a lot of magnet/magnetism related material on his channel, so it’s well worth a look. It may get stuck on you, as we were quite drawn to it!
Lake Shore’s will be demonstrating some of their new instrumentation from today at the ICEC-ICMC Conference in Oxford. This next generation range of instruments offer higher levels of precision and more convenience for engineers, QC technicians, and lab researchers.
The Model 155 MeasureReady™ precision I/V source is ideal for demanding scientific applications requiring a precise low-noise supply of current or voltage, for example electronic material characterisation.
Two models are available; a DC only version, and the 155-AC model that can supply up to 1 W from DC to 100 kHz over a broad output range. These power supplies deliver a solid foundation for I/V curve, Hall effect, and other fundamental measurements.
The joint Lake Shore and Elliot Scientific team will also be happy to talk about the new F-series Teslameters, compatible Hall probes and 2Dex™ Hall sensors for challenging applications.
The F41 single-axis and F71 multi-axis teslameters work equally well on a benchtop or in a rack. The novel TiltView™ display makes them easy to operate even when mounted in the bottom of a rack. The designers have also ensured that probe swapping is quicker by incorporating a compact quick-release connector and integrated calibration data for all probes.
For more information, please contact us.
The Elliot Scientific April newsletter is now available. In this issue we see how Elliot|Martock Flexure Stages are used by leading scientists around the globe, discover Lake Shore Cryotronics new Teslameter range for magnetics researchers, find out that Siskiyou Corporation fibre translators have a soft touch, and look at the latest night vision spectroradiometers from Gamma Scientific. Plus our new 2018 Product Overview brochure and more…
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The new F41 Single-axis and F71 Multi-axis Teslameters from Lake Shore Cryotronics offer a new level of precision and convenience for engineers, QC technicians, and lab researchers. In conjunction with a new series of compatible Hall probes and 2Dex™ Hall sensors, users can measure with confidence in challenging applications.
The TiltView™ display makes them easy to operate even when mounted in the bottom of a rack or on the bench, and probe swapping is now much faster due to a compact quick-release connector and integrated calibration data for all probes.
Lake Shore’s TruZero™ technology eliminates the need to perform frequent zero gauss chambering as an onboard algorithm combines the sequential Hall voltage readings in a way that eliminates any offsets due to misalignment and thermoelectric effects. It also improves precision and accuracy.
Please contact us for more information.