Mag-01H DI Declinometer/Inclinometer
Mag-01H uses a high-precision single-axis fluxgate probe mounted on a non-magnetic theodolite and connected to a meter unit. This enables the accurate measurement of the Earth's magnetic field declination and inclination.
The system comprises a single-axis fluxgate magnetometer (type Mag-01H), a fluxgate probe (type Mag A), and a WILD T1 steel-free theodolite. A steel-free tripod is available for mobile surveys. The WILD T1 theodolite has a resolution of six arcseconds (this can be estimated to three arcseconds).
Mag-01H | Applications
The Mag-01H D/I system is mainly used as an absolute instrument for the measurement of the declination and inclination in a magnetic observatory. Other applications include mapping prior to drilling operations, cartography, or as a calibration tool for rangefinders or compass roses.
- High accuracy due to the use of a 6 arcsecond-precision theodolite, combined with a magnetometer providing 0.1nT resolution
- Extremely low magnetic signature of the theodolite
- Long term stability
- Battery powered
- May be fitted with an audio output detector, on request.
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