magnetic probe

magnetic probe

[mag′ned·ik ′prōb]
(electromagnetism)
A small coil inserted in a magnetic field to measure changes in field strength.
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A magnetic probe detects the Magseed, guiding the surgeon to the tumor with precision.
They use the Hall effect, which measures precisely the distance between a magnetic probe and a target ball.
Figure 5 shows the voltage measured at the terminals of the magnetic probe at a height equal to 5 mm at a point which is located above the MOSFET.
If the cable can't be relocated, then a good practice is to shield both the receiver and emitters as described and measure the interference with a magnetic probe.
A downhole magnetic probe survey has been carried out to identify any stronger potential magnetic sources off hole.
Such equipment allows to map a magnetic field at any point, over any surface moving a 3-axis magnetic probe through a three dimensional volume while measuring the three orthogonal components of magnetic field at designated points and magnetic field profile can be plotted.
Measurements are made using an IEC-61967 magnetic probe feed into a standard spectrum analyzer.
The 'Compact Scanner 4EM200' measures electronic field of high-frequency electric current by scanning LSI and modules with a magnetic probe.
A direct measurement of the bubble thickness was performed using a magnetic probe in order to validate rheometer results.
Moreover, the new magnetic probe microscope measures the strength of magnetic fields directly.
2 500 m 2 computer - assisted magnetic probe (water), phase 1 Approximately 77 900 m 2 geophysical.