Module R&D

DASY8 Module R&D

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DASY8 Module R&D is optimized for maximum flexibility in performing user-specific scans using SPEAG's own as well as third-party probes for research and development (R&D) purposes.


DASY8 Module R&D is designed for full scanning flexibility. It is compatible with all SPEAG probes or with third-party probes that can be mounted on the DASY8 robots. It is also empowered by an extensive application user interface (API).


DASY8 Module R&D offers full scanning flexibility to the end user. Using the large set of commands available in the API, any custom scans can be developed (points, lines, surfaces or volumes). A typical measurement workflow would be:

  • Move the probe to the desired location
  • Measure the local field, temperature, etc.
  • Store the probe location and data
  • Repeat the above procedure for all the desired points

Typical applications:

  • 3D mapping of the field in magnetic resonance coils
  • 3D mapping of hyperthermia applicators
  • 2D/3D mapping of radiative power transfer systems
  • Characterization of the near-field of antennas
  • ...and many more
Basic Components

The basic components of DASY8 Module R&D are:


All SPEAG diode-based probes are compatible with DASY8 Module R&D, see below for a complete list.

Dosimetric (specific absorption rate) probes:

Temperature probes:

Electric field probes:

Magnetic field probes:


Various Jupyter Notebook-based graphical user interfaces are available for the most common tasks. Additional customized notebooks can be developed on requests.


Large command set for custom scans

Unique Features  



Spatial Accuracy

Spatial Repeatability

3rd party Probes

Create any custom-defined scans

Field measurements of any signal type

<0.2 mm

<0.035 mm position repeatability

Easy integration 






Routine electromagnetic source evaluations can be easily automated

The ultimate research tool for field scanning

Customized usage of SPEAG's high-end probe components

All DASY8 safety features available (e.g., emergency stop)

Compatibility None
Product History See product lifetime
Release Date March, 2nd 2023