Probe size to capture data - synchronous generator

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The research i am busy with continues with the development of a proto-type
hybrid field generator, which has taken the first step towards solving the
problem of matching a permanent magnet generator with variable speed
operation.
I would like to capture the real time flux/ flux density in the air gap
between the armature (stator) and the field (rotor) of the synchronous
machine. The one constraint is that the size of the air gap is 0.5mm. Is
there a coil that is small enough to fit to the tooth of the stator of this
machine?
Your input would be appreciated
Best Regards
Raymond



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Sure.  Tear the read/write head out of a laptop hard drive.

--Gene

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What about the substrate PCB from a hall sensor?

Cheers

Klaus



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