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High resistance Hall effect

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Enrique
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High resistance Hall effect

Post by Enrique » April 8th, 2015, 7:20 am

Dear all,

I have an element of high resistance (about 1G Ohm). I would like to perform a hall measurement on this element, but i do not know which is the most appropriate tool. I have a 6517B but i think this is not the good one.

Could anyone give me some advise?

Thanks

brian.d.smith
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Re: High resistance Hall effect

Post by brian.d.smith » April 8th, 2015, 8:48 am

The model 7065 switch card is the heart of a Hall measurement system. Please look at the datasheet and manual for the system block diagram. The other instruments required would be 6220, 7001 and 2182A.

Another way to measure a Hall device is to use the 4200-SCS. Many materials research organizations use the 4200-SCS for this purpose.

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