The Gaussmeter measures the local flux density.
Operation: measurements with the Gaussmeter use the Hall effect to perform measurements. The sensor detects the magnetic flux density perpendicular to the sensor surface. The magnetic field generates an output voltage in the sensor that is proportional to the product of the magnetic field and the induced current. For higher magnetic field strengths this relationship is no longer linear, but this is compensated for automatically in the device. The measurement can be performed in units of Tesla, Gauss, kA/m or Oersted.
|Power supply||Mains power 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 0.3 Amax, USB connection, Battery 2 x AA 1.2 V NiMH (rechargeable)|
|Power consumption||Approx. 2.5 W|
||-10°C to 40°C; < 80% relative humidity at 40°C non-condensing|
|Storage temperature||-40°C to 70°C|
|Housing dimensions||Approx. 145 x 80 x 40 mm3|
|Weight||Approx. 250 g (including batteries, without probe)|
||Mains power adapter, CD-ROM containing user’s manual, USB cable|
|Mathematical functions||Conversion of units and derived parameters / Linearization of probe measurements|
|Data protocol||SCPI (Standard Commands for Programmable Instrumentation)|
|External connection||USB 2.0|
|Screen||Graphical, high-contrast LCD, adjustable contrast|
Available standard articles:
The pole indicator is used to measure whether a magnetic pole is a magnetic north (N) or south (S) pole.
|Maße||127 x 22 x 8 mm|
|Indication||S = South pole
N = North pole
The Magne-viewer enables you to ‘see’ the direction of magnetization when you place the film on the magnet.
||500 x 450 mm;
the material can easily be cut to size