Magnetic field components
Properties to be analyzed
MagScope is Magcam’s advanced data analysis software for measuring and analysing magnetic field distributions.
MagScope is designed to extract as much information as possible from the measurement data.
Various plugins are available for enhanced performance.
Use the filters on the left to narrow the MagScope features down to your application.
You can then send us this configuration using the 'Send configuration' button at the bottom of the filter. So we can contact you back with customized information.
The latest version of Magscope is v188.8.131.52
Contact us at to receive this version.
Saving settings and networks
To save a network to a file, select Save as… in the network’s context menu:
Saving measurement data
Extracting a 1D cross-section
- Diagonal line
- Horizonal line
- Vertical line
A circular cross-section is used to explain this feature.
In the toolbar on top, click on the Circle.
Opening a data file
Two types of data files are supported by MagScope:
Creating plots and graphs
Rotor scan volume
The ‘Scan Volume’ group in the MagScope software defines the measurement volume. For the X and Z directions, the user defines the desired offset and range of the measurement. The Range for the X direction determines how many concentric scans are performed. The Range for the Z direction determines the axial scan length.
The ‘Scan Volume’ group defines the measurement volume. For the X and Z directions, the user defines the desired offset (relative to the Z Reference position for Z and relative to the outer rotor surface for X) and range of the measurement. The Range for the X direction determines how many concentric scans are performed (at different radial distances). The Range for the Z direction determines the axial scan length.
The number of steps needed to cover the defined volume is instantly updated.
Rotor Scanner introduction
The Rotor Scanner is controlled by the MagScope measurement & analysis software, together with several plug-ins.
The Rotor Scanner is controlled by the MagScope measurement & analysis software, together with several plug-ins. The software takes care of automated scanning and image stitching to display the magnetic field distribution of the complete rotor in one image. The analysis of the radial, tangential and axial magnetic field components (with MiniCube3D camera) can be performed in great detail.
It is possible to detect zero crossings automatically, count and measure the poles, check the uniformity and symmetry of north-south poles, perform a Fourier analysis of hamonics, etc.
Pass/fail quality control
Magcam engineers can assist our customers with writing Python scripts when desired.
Python scripting introduction
Magscope supports the use of Python scripts to add unlimited flexibility and functionality.
Typical applications include: