Electromagnets offer large magnetic fields up to 2.6 T, large spaces for uniform magnetic field, and different field orientations.
Special electromagnets include:
Protruding Pole Electromagnets
Special Shaped Electromagnets
Helmholtz Coils generate a uniform magnetic field over a large open space. The magnetic field is typically below 500 Gauss (0.05 T).
Special Helmholtz Coils Include:
1D, 2D, and 3D Helmholtz Coils
3D Equal Diameter Helmholtz Coils
Square Helmholtz Coils
High Uniformity Helmholtz Coils
Momentless Helmholtz Coils
Large Magnetic Field Helmholtz Coils
AC Helmholtz Coils
Detection and Measurement Helmholtz Coils
Flux Meter Helmholtz Coils
Gradient Magnetic Field Helmholtz Coils
Solenoids create uniform magnetic fields inside the coil up to about 2 kG (0.2 T). They can also be used as a sensing coil to detect magnetic fields or magnetic induction.
Special solenoids include:
AC and Pulse Solenoids
High Uniformity Solenoids
Three Dimensional Solenoids
Special arrangements of permanent magnets are used to generate magnetic fields, featuring small sizes and large magnetic fields.
Special permanent magnets include:
Permanent Magnets for fixed magnetic fields up to 1.1 T
Permanent Magnets for magnetic field calibration from 0.1 to 1.1 T
Permanent Magnets for NMR apparatus
Permanent Magnets for adjustable magnetic fields
Permanent Magnets for axial magnetic fields up to 2.0 T
Halbach Array Permanent Magnets