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FLUXGATE magnetometer - how it works

by tarakan
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May26-13, 11:02 PM
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Assuming that I am looking at an 'ideal' fluxgate magnetometer.

I am feeding this transformer an ideal sine wave. The secondary winding output and the primary winding input are fed into two channels of an oscilloscope.

A magnetic field from the outside (like earth magnetic field) is applied.

Would I get a shift of the output signal in relationship to the input signal by X or by Y axis?


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Would this depend on the angle of the magnetic flux in relationship to the transformer?
Would this be different for a bar transformer vs a ring transformer.

Thank you.
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