Faraday screen

Faraday screen

[′far·ə‚dā ‚skrēn]
(electricity)
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To virtually eliminate false rejects, a "Faraday Screen," located between the detector coil system and the product being inspected, filters out signals that can interfere.
systems also have a new Faraday Screen which greatly reduces any product signals prior to amplification, thereby significantly improving detection capabilities, and simplifying user operation.
Their stability at this level of sensitivity comes from a new Faraday Screen which greatly reduces any product signals prior to amplification, thereby significantly improving detection capabilities, and, simplifying user operation.