November 2013

SENIS AG provides magnetic field measurement instruments, current sensors and corresponding services:

 

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SENIS moved to the new office on October 1st, 2013
SENIS announces new World Record: the thinnest Hall probe ceramic packaging, suitable for ultra high vacuum environment and for high temperature > 160°C
SENIS announces new Magnetic Transducer with very high frequency bandwidth
 

SENIS presented at FEMAG Users Meeting in Zürich, Switzerland, Oct. 10&11, 2013

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SENIS moved to the new office


To be able to even better serve our customers, SENIS team moved its offices and its demo room to the new address in Canton Zug:


Neuhofstrasse 5a
6340 Baar (Zug), Switzerland

   

 

SENIS announces new World Record:
The thinnest ceramic Hall probe, suitable for vacuum environment and for high temperature -40°C to +155°C

 

Three-axis Hybrid Hall Probe 03S with discrete Hall sensors packed in a ceramic package. Probe dimensions: 15.0 x 10.5 x 1.5mm

See more: Hall Probe S 

Single-axis Hybrid Hall Probe 01S with discrete Hall sensor packed in a ceramic package. Probe dimensions: 8.0 x 4.0 x 0.5mm


This package is perfectly suitable for small air gaps, undulators, current sensors, electrical machines monitoring, development of the magnetic systems, tests and quality assurance, etc.

Three-axis Fully Integrated Hall Probe in a ceramic package
Probe dimensions: 8.0 x 4.0 x 1.16mm

See more: Hall Probe C

All new ceramic packages are perfectly suitable for small air gaps in a vacuum environment and for high temperature environments of -40°C to +155°C!

Another World Record coming soon: Three-axis ceramic Hall probe with thickness of less than 250µm!

 

SENIS announces new Magnetic Field Transducer with very high frequency bandwidth (up to 0.5 MHz)


The I1B is a Very High Frequency Magnetic Field-to-Voltage Transducer (up to 0.5MHz) with integrated 1-axis Hall-Coil Probe. It measures magnetic fields along the longitudinal direction of the probe system.

The Hall Probe contains a CMOS integrated circuit, which incorporates a Hall device, miniature planar coil, and temperature sensor. The integrated magnetic field sensing elements occupy very small area (250µm x 250µm), which provides very high spatial resolution of the probe.

The frequency bandwidth of this Magnetic Field Transducer is 0.5MHz.

Suitable for characterization of inductive heating, magnetic levitation applications, etc.

See more: Very High Frequency Magentic Field Transducer I1B

 

SENIS presented at BOMATEC booth at FEMAG Users Meeting in Zürich, Switzerland, Oct. 10&11, 2013


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Neuhofstrasse 5A, CH-6340 Baar (Zug)
SWITZERLAND

Phone Tech:   +41 (44) 508 7029
Phone Office: +41 (43) 205 2637

Email: info@senis.ch

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