Gaussmeter Transverse Probe for use with GM07 Series, GM08 Series

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RoHS Status: Not Applicable
COO (Country of Origin): GB
Product Details

Hirst Magnetics GM07 & GM08 Guass Meters

For measurement of flux density and magnetic field strength of DC,AC and peak magnetic fields in S.I c.g.s units, these two micropressor-controlled menu-driven instruments are the GM07 & GM08 series. Featuring graphical monochrome LCD display, probe polarity inidicator and operating function and units display, it offers a sleek, lightweight and robust design. Complete with a thin semi-flexible probe, it is the ideal instrument for factory floors, on site and laboratory applications.

Hirst Magnetics instruments GM07 and GM08 offer sophisticated measuring functions in a simple use, menu driven, hand held package.

Features and Benefits:

• Battery operated
• Multi-lingual
• Compatible with transverse and axial probes
• Retains measurements when powered down
• 0°C to +50°C operating temperature
• Accuracy is specified, at 20°C +/- 1%

How Does a Gauss Meter Work?

Guassmeters are a Hall probe, a test current is sent by the meter through the probe. This Hall affect produces a voltage and the meter then records this. Often the highest voltage detected is used or frozen by the meter as voltage fluctuation is common given that magnetic fields are rarely static.

Did you know?

Carl Friederich Gauss born in 1777 developed one of the first devices that could measure direction and strength of a magnetic field. He was a pioneer in this type of study and a great mathematician. He created the system used to measure magnetism and is the reason the modern unit of flux density is named Guass and why we call these units Guass meters.

Attribute Value
Accessory Type Transverse Probe
For Use With GM07 Series, GM08 Series
Temporarily out of stock - back order for despatch 06/08/2020, delivery within 4 working days from despatch date
Price Each
Was MYR1,162.63
MYR 1,118.74
Per unit
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