Helmholtz coil manufacturers
M. Adam Davis email (remove spam text)
Well, here are three more manufacturers (the third and fourth show
single axis as cots equipment, but you might be able to work with them
on a triaxial version, or they should be able to direct you to someone
who can do it for you):
This person seems to have some experience building and characterizing them:
Depending on your specific needs you might try using a consultant.
This company seems to have some experience in building and
characterizing them as well:
though no COTS versions.
Other links of note:
has magnetic viewing film that looks to be cheap enough for fun and
experimentation... ( -you faintly hear sounds of Adam tucking that
link away for future use- )
Out of curiosity, what's the application? Why don't you build one
yourself and use a fluxmeter to calibrate it? A NASA article (
http://www.nasa.gov/offices/oce/llis/0671.html ) gives enough details
on a particular design that you could readily replicate their results
as a starting point.
You could even use a (relatively) cheap three axis magnetometer to add
closed loop feedback to a control system for the coil.
On 8/5/08, Jonathan Hallameyer <gmail.com> wrote: jmhtau
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