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AGICO Kappabridges
MFK1 Kappabridges consist of the pick-up unit and control unit connected with the DPU1 data processing unit. In principle the instruments represent super-precise, fully automated inductive bridges. They are equipped with automatic zeroing system (in both real and imaginary components) and automatic compensation of the thermal drift of the bridge unbalance as well as automatic switching to appropriate measuring range. The measuring coil is designed as a compensated solenoid with an outstanding field homogeneity. MFK1-FA and MFK1-A Kappabridges Spinner/Static Combination Both models measure the AMS of a slowly spinning specimen. One has to adjust the specimen only in the three perpendicular positions. The measurement it rapid (about 2 minutes per specimen) and precise, profiting from many susceptibility determinations in each plane perpendicular to the axis of specimen rotation. The bridge is zeroed prior to the anisotropy measurement after inserting the specimen into the measuring coil, thus the most sensitive range can be used. Special software combines the measurements in three perpendicular planes plus one bulk value to create a complete susceptibility tensor. The errors in determination of this tensor are estimated using a special method based on multivariate statistics principle. The instruments can also do fully automated measurement of the field variation of both the in-phase bulk/mass susceptibility and relative changes of phase angle. The measurements are made in 20, 15, and 10 distinct fields, respectively. It is possible to perform short runs of this measurement using a reduced number of distinct fields. In addition, user configuration of measuring fields is also available. MFK1-FB and MFK1-B Kappabridges Static only versions Laboratories under budgetary constraints may prefer the lower priced static only models. For the AMS determination, the specimen susceptibility is measured in 15 different positions following rotatable design. The positions are changed manually and, by using the included special software, the susceptibility tensor is calculated including the statistical errors of its determination.