GAUSSMETERS

Gaussmeter
* INTRODUCTION
* PRODUCT RANGE
* CALIBRATION STANDARD
* HALL EFFECT PRINCIPLE
* GAUSSMETER SELECTION FACTORS
* HALL PROBES

Introduction

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 measuring 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 density is uniform so probe position is less important.  Gaussmeters are also excellent at determining local point effects as they have a very small detection area on the probe.



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GAUSSMETER COMPARISION TABLE

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GAUSSMETER PRODUCT RANGE

Click for GM08 Gaussmeter Information

GM08 Gaussmeters

Supports the extra functions of a non-volatile memory to hold stored measurements that can be uploaded through an RS232 or USB interface to a host computer.Click to view product information on the GM08 Gaussmeter
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GM07 Gaussmeters

The GM07 Gaussmeters are hand held devises, easily transported to various locations in a factory environment. Click to view product information on the GM07 Gaussmeter
 

Group3 Digital Teslameter

Hirst Magnetic Instruments are the UK sole distributor of Group3ís Digital TeslameterClick to view product information on Group3’s Digital Teslameter

GAUSSMETER QUOTATION

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SELECTING THE RIGHT GAUSSMETER

There are many key factors you need to consider when selecting a Hirst Gaussmeter i.e. accuracy, ranges and limits, External interfaces...

Hirst have gathered the following factors to aid you in your selection

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