AC Solenoid Description

The use of an AC solenoid to generate an AC magnetic field has a great advantage over the Helmholtz coil ratio because of the solenoid’s compact size, low inductance, and easy generation of higher frequency magnetic fields. The pulse solenoid generates a continuous magnetic field in pulses, allowing for a wider range of experiments to be conducted under changing magnetic field conditions. The continuous pulsed magnetic field and the alternating magnetic field are similar in design.

AC Solenoid Specifications

Model Technical Parameters Product Visual
  • Length: 200mm
  • Inner diameter: 150mm
  • Magnetic field center strength: 50Gs
  • Frequency: 400Hz
  • AC power supply: 1KW
AC solenoid 1
  • Length: 440mm
  • Outer diameter: 440mm
  • Inner diameter: 80mm
  • Magnetic field center strength: 0.6T
  • Uniform zone length: 100mm
  • Uniformity: 5%
  • Weight: 320Kg
  • Continuous pulsed magnetic field
  • Output frequency: 0-25Hz
  • Duty cycle: 0.2
  • Power supply: 180KW
Pulse solenoid 1
  • Length: 360mm
  • Outer diameter: 320mm
  • Inner diameter: 100mm
  • Magnetic field center strength: 0.12T
  • Uniform zone length: 50mm
  • Uniformity: 1.5%
  • Weight: 110 Kg
  • Continuous pulsed magnetic field
  • Output frequency: 0-10Hz
  • Duty cycle: 0.5
  • Power supply: 60KW
  • Built-in heat-insulating water cooling layer applies a continuous pulsed magnetic field to the crucible furnace
Pulse solenoid 2
  • Length: 320mm
  • Inner diameter: 120mm
  • Uniform zone length: 30mm
  • Uniformity: 0.5%
  • Frequency: 10KHz
  • AC power supply: 1600W
AC solenoid 4