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UAV magnetometers. A.K.A. Drone Mag

UAV magnetometers need to be light. The GEM Systems GSMP35U “DroneMag” magnetomer weighs in at less than 1kg. It is based on the proven and reliable GSMP35 ground based magnetometer GEM pioneered over 10 years ago. Optically pumped Potassium vapor magnetometers are more accurate and have less of a heading error than their Cesium variants. […]

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Used GEM Systems GSMP35 Potassium magnetometer with GPS for sale

We have for sale a used GEM Systems GSMP35 potassium magnetometer with GPS and navigation. These are the best magnetometers money can buy. They are ideal for gold, base metals, iron ore, mineral sands, UXO and archaeology. It comes with a lot of spares and a premium backpack with carbon fiber poles. Can ship anywhere. […]

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GEM Systems and Geometrics Magnetometer Backpack. $2,950

Modern Mag has developed a carbon fibre and aluminium backpack for use with GEM systems, Scintrex or a Geometrics magnetometer. This pack is lighter and much more comfortable than the backpacks shipped from the manufacturers. For example, students call the Geometrics magnetometer G858/859 the “rack of pain”! Comfortable A prominent Australian hiking brand has designed […]

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Used Overhauser magnetometer for sale (SOLD)

  Ideal for UAV or ground magnetic base station. Recently serviced by GEM. We have for sale a used GEM Systems GSM-19 Overhauser gradiometer. It would be ideal for a base station used in tandem with a UAV magnetometer or a roving ground mag system. Can sample at 3s. Much more accurate than a proton […]

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Overhauser Magnetometer sale

For a limited time you can save thousands off the new price of a GEM Systems GSM-19 overhauser base station or rover magnetometer. Fast sampling rover (GSM-19W overhauser) magnetometers are currently CAD$11,850 and base station GSM-19 overhausers are currently priced at CAD$9,000. Overhauser magnetometers have a sensitivity of 0.02 nT and are ideal for base […]

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UAV airborne magnetic surveys. Off the shelf and ready to go.

“let’s strap a magnetometer onto our UAV. Easy. We’ll make millions. Millions I tells ya doing UAV airborne magnetic surveys!!”   Get in line people. I have fielded one call/email per week for about two years from people wanting to strap a magnetometer to their toy plane. At this point I may sound a bit […]

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Coal magnetic surveys. Ultra-high resolution ground magnetic surveys for the coal industry.

Coal magnetic surveys are usually done at an ultra-high resolution. That is, with a line spacing of 10m. However the best ground magnetic data I have ever seen was over a gold prospect in Western Australia. The explorer was interested detecting mineralized structures trending east-west AS WELL AS north-south dolomite dikes intersecting the mineralisation. Ground […]

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Modern Mag is now the premier provider of ground magnetic surveys in Australia

An independent geophysicist recently compared datasets from Modern Mag and the supposed ground magnetic industry leader over the same coal tenement.   The results “were a caning” in the words of our most senior operator. The independent consultant wrote: Modern Mag have provided a superior service on this occasion [dethroned industry leader]  needs to provide […]

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Modern Mag is exclusive GEM Systems Advanced Magnetomer supplier in Australia and New Zealand.

Modern Mag is now the exclusive supplier of GEM systems equipment in Australia. The price you pay us, is the same manufacturers retail price (MRP) you would pay GEM Systems in Canada. Buying locally means the sales commission stays in Australia and Modern Mag can provide fast and experienced service and support. Buying direct from […]

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A compact, lightweight and reliable magnetometer backpack

Ground based magnetometer systems haven’t changed much in 12 years. The most recent change was in 2001 with the inclusion of a GPS in most magnetometers when selective availability was turned off. This greatly increased the efficiency of surveys since only one operator was required to conduct a survey and they could walk continuously without […]

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