Magneto-optic Kerr effect microscope

The Kerr-effect microscope is finally in our lab and since yesterday is also fully operational… It is a nice tool to advance the development of magnetic materials for application in our high precise magnetic field sensors and also for general research related to magnetism, magnetic domain structure etc. More information will come soon in the […]

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UAV-MAG v.1.1

UAV-MAG is a triaxial vector fluxgate magnetometer developed on demand to be used as an on-board magnetometer for magnetic field mapping using a small sized UAV (e.g. DJI Mavic). Two units form a set which can be used to effectively map magnetic anomalies. First unit is used on-board the UAV, the second serves as a […]

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Proton magnetometer

Proton precession magnetometer is an interesting device that uses effects of quantum mechanics. Together with a relatively simple electronics one can get a precise scalar magnetometer… sounds simple but the practical realization can be a bit tricky. We played with this topic a bit, so below you can find some technical details which might be […]

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Geomagnetic observatory of Kelčany

Maglab has recently opened its new geomagnetic observatory of Kelčany in South Moravia.The observatory is located 6 m underground where the temperature is highly constant (form 9°C in winter to max 13 °C in summer with negligible daily variations).The magnetometer used in this observatory is a triaxial fluxgate manufactured by Maglab.

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