A gaussmeter, also known as a magnetometer, is a device used to measure the strength and direction of a magnetic field. Gaussmeters are simple to use and handheld versions are available which can be carried to monitor magnetic fields on-site. The device may also be referred to as an electromagnetic field detector, or EMF detector for short.  Baugh and Weedon offer a unique 3D probe which can measure the strength of a field in 3 dimensions (x, y and z).

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Specification Detail:


Measurement Range:To 2,000 Gauss
Units:Gauss, mTesla, Ka/m
Measurement Modes:DC, AC peak, true RMS
MPI Bench Support:True RMS for thyristor switched fields
Peak Hold Mode:Off, 1, 2, 5 and 10 seconds
Measurement Sample Rate:70 samples / second
Measurement Resolution:0.16 Gauss
Probe Types:3D Auto Recognition
Sensor Calibration:Stored digitally in probe
Measurement Accuracy:1%
Standard Compliance:ASTM E1444 / 1444M-12 and EN ISO 9934-3
Zeroing:Manual zero with null pot supplied
Display Type:Color LCD with selectable backlight
Display Size and Resolution:2.8″ (70mm) 320 x 240 pixels
Power:2 x 1.5V AA batteries
Typical Battery Life:In excess of 10 hrs. continuous use
Dimensions (LxWxD):
With Protective Rubber Boot On: 
6.4″ x 3.15″ x 1″ (163 x 80 x 25mm)
6.6″ x 3.35″ x 1.2″ (168 x 85 x30mm)
Weight:0.77 pounds (350g) including batteries

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