Gaussmeters measure magnetic flux density. The vast majority
of Gaussmeters use a Hall probe to measure magnetic flux density.
Gaussmeters offer a static measurement. The probe is placed in
the desired measuring location and the Gaussmeter measures the flux
density at that point. Each Gaussmeter is fully capable of
dynamic fields but it is not a requirement of the measurement process
to have a changing magnetic field or environment.
Gaussmeters are excellent for measuring the flux density of
air gaps in loudspeakers, motors etc. In these regions the flux
is uniform so probe position is less important. Gaussmeters are
excellent at determining local point effects as they have a very small
detection area on the probe.
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