Date: Mon, 14 Aug 2000 08:25:25 -0400

Author: Tom Ford

Subject: Re: Hall Effect - samples -

Post:

Chuck,

You might want to look at page 494 of the Frey Scientific 2000 catalog
where it lists a "Hall Effect Exploration Kit" for $27.75. The purpose is
to allow student data gathering opportunities, so it comes with appropriate
fixtures and instructions. The catalog entry spells out what is in the kit
and what accessories are required.

Tom Ford


At 03:01 PM 8/8/00 -0400, you wrote:
>Last year or so somebody was recommending
>
>http://www.fwbell.com/Catalogs/Sensors/Hall_Sensors/hall_sensors.html
>
>as a source for Hall Effect samples.
>
>I have emailed fwbell for info on INTRINSIC samples as well as a p
>and an n samples.
>
>Does anybody have any info on a 'ready-made' Hall Effect Demo source??
>
>
>thanx
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