High performance three-axis Fluxgate magnetometer

The FGM3D is a compact and high performance three-axis fluxgate magnetometer. It is available in various measurement ranges of up to +/-1,000,000nT and a bandwidth of up to 4,000Hz, protected by a small and compact waterproof enclosure made of PEEK or POM components. It allows precision measurements of static and alternating magnetic fields in three axes.

The FGM3D has a wide range of applications in the field of science, geophysics, medicine, labs and material inspection. Typical applications include evaluation of passive shielding installations, calibration probe for electron microscopes, measurement probe for offshore and borehole survey systems like the MAGNETO BM 3-Axis or long term measurements of the Earth's magnetic field.

Check out the our FGM3D Sensor Matrix and different sensor options below to enhance and customize according your needs.

Low Noise

The FGM3D Fluxgate Magnetometer sensor in its standard version has a total noise level of < 15 pTrms/√Hz @ 0,1 ... 10 Hz, while the low noise option can reduce the noise level down to < 8 pTrms/√Hz @ 0,1 ... 10 Hz.

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Orthogonality

The FGM3D Fluxgate Magnetometer sensor in its standard version has an orthogonality error of approximately 1° between the axes, while the low noise option can reduce the error to as less as 0.12°.

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Calibration

The standard FGM3D Fluxgate Magnetometer sensor can be enhanced with an additional winding on every of the three Fluxgate cores to apply a defined calibration signal for in situ calibration of the sensor.

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Bandwidth

The bandwidth of the FGM3D Fluxgate Magnetometer sensor can be enhanced from 2 kHz to 3 kHz or even 4 kHz.

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Sensor Matrix

Accessories

TDX Multi Channel Logger
FGM3D TD 24Bit digitizer
FGM3D SV supply unit
Various cable lengths

Various casings

Testimonial

"We evaluated the SENSYS FGM3D Three-Axis Magnetic Field Sensor together with the FGM3D TD Data Acquisition Unit, for measuring environmental magnetic fields and their spatial and temporal variation around our experimental MRI systems. We were impressed by the ease of use of the Sensys system and found the software very intuitive and informative."

- Professor David J. Lurie, PhD @ University of Aberdeen -


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