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search coil

[′sərch ‚kȯil]
(electromagnetism)
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Tenders are invited for Hhmd Hand Held Metal Detector Length Of The Detector 415 Mm, Width Of The Detector 85 Mm, Thickness 40 Mm , Length Of Search Coil 240 Mm And Area Of Search Coil 1255 Qmm Weight 500 Gms , Indicator Green Led , Red Led Ffor Detection Audio Indicator Buzzer, Sensitivity 25 Paisa Coin 30Mm , 9V Dry Battery Rechargeable Operating Temp.
In such a case a clip-on type search coil can be put around the shaft of the machine under surveillance and it can be securely attached to the machine frame or casing.
com/ ) new study, Magnetic Sensors- Emerging Technology Developments, provides analyses of hall sensors, fluxgate, search coil, anisotropic/giant/colossal magnetoresistance sensors, giant magetoimpedance, and SQUID among others.
Just compact the lower stem, twist the search coil 90 degrees, and fold the search coil flat.
Now, with the introduction of their Metalarm 3500 metal detection system and its associated PL-type plate search coil, tramp metal contained in products being transported can be detected without the need for extended feed trays or metal-free sections, say Eriez of Bedwas House Industrial Estate, Bedwas, Caerphilly, Mid Glamorgan, tel:0292 086 8501.
True sensitivity depends on the size of the search coil.
When a radio signal is produced or transmitted by a metal detector, an electromagnetic field is generated that flows out from its search coil into the surrounding medium, whether it be air, cloth, skin, paper, leather, wood, concrete, or any other type of material.
This Frost & Sullivan research service titled Magnetic Sensors-Emerging Technology provides analyses of hall sensors, fluxgate, search coil, anisotropic/giant/colossal magnetoresistance sensors, giant magetoimpedance, and SQUID among others, along with key drivers, challenges, restraints, analysis and forecasts of technologies that shape the future semiconductor testing industry.
QuakeFinder, a private research company based in Palo Alto, California, is undertaking a significant upgrade of search coil magnetometer sensor technology applied to measuring the subtle effects in the earth and ionosphere, occurring several hours to days before major earthquakes, which may provide the foundations of short-term forecasts.