Magnetometers

22 Magnetometers for Space Applications from 16 manufacturers listed on SatNow

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Description:Three Axis Satellite Fluxgate Magnetometer for Accurate Spacecraft Altitude Measurements
Satellite Type:
CubeSat
Type:
Three Axis Magnetometer, Fluxgate Magnetometer
Mass:
100 g
Accuracy:
± 0.75%
Sensitivity:
100 µV/nT
Linearity:
± 0.015% (± 0.15% -5V Option)
Frequency Response:
3 dB @ 500 Hz
Radiation Tolerance:
10 krad TID
Supply Voltage:
15 to 34 VDC (or 5 Volt Regulated)
Current Requirement:
30 mA
Space Heritage:
Yes
Operating Temperature:
-55 to 85 Degree C
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Description:Three-Axis Magnetometer for Proximity Detection and Medical Devices
Type:
Three-Axis Magnetometer
Measurement Range:
± 200 µT
Linearity:
2 % F.S
Supply Voltage:
6 to 15 VDC
Current Requirement:
20 mA
Operating Temperature:
-40 to 85 Degree C
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Description:Digital Miniature Magnetometer for Measuring the Earth Magnetic Field
Satellite Type:
SmallSat
Type:
Three-Axis Magnetometer
Mass:
500 g
Accuracy:
± 30 nT
Measurement Range:
60 µT
Linearity:
1 % ( Non linearity)
Frequency Response:
0 to 30 Hz
Supply Voltage:
14 to 16 V
Current Requirement:
100 ± 10 mA
Space Heritage:
Yes
Operating Temperature:
-25 to 65 Degree C
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Description:Three-axis measuring magnetometer
Type:
Three-Axis Magnetometer
Mass:
70 g
Measurement Range:
± 100 µT ( Measurment Noise)
Supply Voltage:
6 to 36 V
Power Consumption:
0.8 W
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Description:Attitude control Magnetometer for small and larger satellite
Satellite Type:
SmallSat
Mass:
280 g
Measurement Range:
±60 µT
Linearity:
± 0.025%
Supply Voltage:
16 to 40 V
Power Consumption:
1 to 1.2 W
Interface:
RS-485
Operating Temperature:
-20 to 50 Degree C
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Description:Three-axis magnetometer for altitude control measurement
Type:
Three-Axis Magnetometermeter
Mass:
85 g
Measurement Range:
± 60 µT
Radiation Tolerance:
10 krad
Supply Voltage:
5 V
Power Consumption:
0.750 W
Space Heritage:
Yes
Interface:
RS-485
Operating Temperature:
-25 to 70 Degree C
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Description:Compact low-noise magnetometer for high performance attitude determination systems
Satellite Type:
NanoSat
Type:
Three Axis Magnetometer
Mass:
8 g
Accuracy:
+/1 Degree C
Measurement Range:
± 800 µT
Linearity:
0.5%
Supply Voltage:
3.2 to 5 V
Current Requirement:
0.1 mA(Non Sampling), 2.5 mA (Sampling)
Operating Temperature:
-40 to 85 Degree C
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Description:3 axes flux-gate magnetometer
Type:
Fluxgate Magnetometer
Mass:
20 g (Sensor), 45 g(Electronic Unit), 120 g (Monob...
Measurement Range:
50 µT
Sensitivity:
45000 ± 500 µV/nT
Frequency Response:
DC to 20 Hz (-3 dB)
Supply Voltage:
5 ± 0.25 V
Power Consumption:
0.005 W
Current Requirement:
2.5 to 5.5 mA
Operating Temperature:
-40 to 80 Degree C
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Description:3-axis fluxgate magnetometer for attitude measurement
Satellite Type:
SmallSat
Type:
Three Axis Magnetometer, Fluxgate Magnetometer
Measurement Range:
± 64 µT
Supply Voltage:
15 V
Power Consumption:
1.1 W
Space Heritage:
Yes
Operating Temperature:
-30 to 60 Degree C
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Description:This fluxgate magnetometer is designed for spaceflight applications
Satellite Type:
CubeSat
Type:
Three-Axis Magnetometer
Mass:
42 - 94 g
Measurement Range:
± 60 µT
Frequency Response:
5% amplitude error DC to 100 Hz
Supply Voltage:
3.3 to 5V
Current Requirement:
8.5 mA to 35 mA
Operating Temperature:
-40 to 65 Degree C
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What are Magnetometers?

Earth has its magnetic field and as a result, when a satellite elliptically orbits the earth it experiences different magnetic forces at different points in its orbit. Therefore, it becomes crucial to measure the differences in the strength of the magnetic field for attitude stabilization and propulsion of spacecraft. This is done with the help of a magnetometer.

Magnetometers installed in satellites use electric currents to measure the magnetic field. The data which is collected by the magnetometer can be used to determine the position and the orientation of a spacecraft. The measurements made by the magnetometers are also useful for scientific investigations and navigational purposes.



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