Fluxconduction for reversible magnetic events, i.e. the variation of the voltage induced in a secondary coil in dependence on the distance from a primary coil was measured for Fe-wires in toroidal geometry on various points of the hysteresis curve. A strong dependence of fluxconduction on the external magnetic field existed. At the coercitive field strength fluxconduction reached its maximal value. The calculated and the measured values were in good agreement.