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  • 3MTS USB handheld Teslameter
  • Teslameter Gaussmeter

3MTS handheld Teslameter

Two versions of the 3MTS handheld Teslameter are available now:

  • Verison 1: 3-axis Hall Probe integrated in rigid carbon holder
  • Version 2: 3-axis Hall Probe connected by a thin cable
  • Measurement ranges: 20mT, 200mT, 3T, 20T
  • Measurement accuracy: <1%
  • F-bandwidth: DC – 500Hz
  • nonoscale mapper

Nano-Scale Metrology Standards

Nano-Scale Traceable Magnetic Field Measurement

SENIS, as industry partner is a part of the European R&D project consortium that consists of the major Metrology Institutes in Europe. This R&D project will develop European metrology capabilities to extend the accurate and traceable measurement of magnetic fields to micro and nano level; and thus contribute to the international harmonization of high-resolution magnetic field measurement, and allow European industry to measure and manipulate fields with previously unattainable levels of precision. As a result of this project SENIS will evaluate and test various available Hall sensors and develop the first MICRO & NANO-SCALE Magnetic Field Mapper. 

  • energy autonomous wireless smart and low-cost current sensor Horizon 2020

Energy Autonomous Wireless Smart and Low-Cost Current Sensor

Through this European project the consortium will develop an energy autonomous wireless smart and low-cost current sensor for remotely monitoring of electric lines in the context of the coming generation of aircrafts. The project scope includes the development of a sensor architecture co-designed to achieve an optimal balance between the harvested energy and the consumption of sensor and electronics, while meeting the desirable sensing, latency and sampling specifications. The consortium includes two industry partners, SENIS (CH), a current and magnetic sensor manufacturer, and SERMA (FR), an OEM for aeronautical equipment. It also includes CSEM (CH), a reputable research institute with long experience in space and aeronautical projects and Imperial College London (U.K.), a university with significant track record in energy harvesting.