Magnetic Field Measurements
Magnetoscope 1.069


The MAGNETOSCOP 1.069 is a portable battery operated flux-gate magnetometer that is used for measurement of low-level magnetic permeability and magnetic field strength. The instrument can be used to measure absolute magnetic permeability and field strength, and also to verify that non-magnetic materials and components are indeed non-magnetic.


 Measurement of absolute magnetic permeability in the range of µr = 1.00001 to 2
 Measurement of absolute magnetic field strength in the range of 0.1 nanoTesla to 1 milliTesla
 Measurement of absolute field strengths and field gradients
 Quality control of non-magnetic stainless steels
 Detection of ferromagnetic inclusions in materials
 Determination of work hardening in stainless steel tubing
 Detection and measurement of localized magnetic poles
 Determination of the magnetic moment of a dipole
 Measurement of the demagnetized state of a material
 Verification of non-magnetic properties in critical components
 Detection of internal sulfidation distress in aircraft turbine blades


 Wide range of sensors for various measurement tasks
 Battery operation for portable use or AC operation for use in the laboratory
 Automatic probe recognition and calibration
 Automatic field compensation to eliminate the influence of ambient fields
 Selectable measurement units for magnetic field strength measurement
 Remote control via RS 232 interface
 Traceable calibration standards for magnetic permeability measurement
 Data storage and transfer via compact flash card
 Selectable display modes on ¼ VGA display with back light
 User configurable reject limits with audible or visual alarm indications
 Analog output available from BNC connection
 Multi-lingual operator interface

Available Probes

Foerster offers a broad range of probes for field and permeability measurement with the MAGNETOSCOP 1.069