System offers remote monitoring
Built for electron microscopy applications, this system can report on electronic magnetic field cancellation system status and trip history, and at the same time can disable or reset a system from another location if needed. Users can use the system's remote monitoring control to figure out the root cause of why a system went down and identify product defects. It can be installed and calibrated in as little as three days, and reduces magnetic interference with a flux compensation process run by driven coils mounted along or near the room vertices. Coil sets on opposing walls are made up of single 0.5-inch, or 1.3 cm o.d. cables installed in a freestanding structure or mounted to the walls. The system can detect alternating current magnetic fields coming from nearby ac power wiring, ground loops, transformers and other sources.