J. Phys. IV France
Volume 07, Numéro C1, Mars 19977th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON FERRITES
|Page(s)||C1-163 - C1-164|
J. Phys. IV France 07 (1997) C1-163-C1-164
Compound Magnetic Wire Sensor Assembling Cylindrical Ba Ferrite MagnetA. Matsushita, T. Ikenaga and S. Abe
Department of Electrical Engineering, Kanagawa University, 3-27 Rokkakubashi, Yokohama 221, Japan
A new type of the compound magnetic wire sensor is developed. A search coil is wound around the wire which has a uniaxial magnetic anisotropy along the axis direction of the wire. In order to apply a negative magnetic field to the wire, two pieces of cylindrical Ba ferrite magnets are appended at the both ends of the wire. The sensor induces a constant pulse voltage of about 0.7 mV/turn which is independent of the changing rate of the positive external exciting field. The sensor consisted of the compound magnetic wire and 3000 turns search coil induces a stable output voltage of about 2V. It is also advantageous that this simple-structure sensor can be fabricated at a low cost.
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