Products/Services for Gauss Tesla

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    Gaussmeters - (27 companies)
    ...and/or direction of a magnetic field. Typically, Gaussmeters measure a magnetic field or flux density in metric units of gauss (G) or the international system (IS) unit tesla (T). Magnetometers and Gaussmeters are sometimes interchangeable names describing... Learn More
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    Magnetometers - (71 companies)
    Magnetometers are scientific instruments that measure the strength and/or direction of a magnetic field. Typically, magnetometers measure a magnetic field or flux density in metric units of gauss (G) or the international system (IS) unit tesla (T... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Test Equipment and Instrument Rental Services - (119 companies)
    Test equipment rental and instrument rental services rent or lease test equipment for electrical, electronic, vibration, acoustic, dimensional, NDT, analytical, environmental, process, EMI/RFI, and other specialty testing, measurement or inspection applications. Learn More
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    Magnetic Field Sensors - (77 companies)
    ...instrument. SQUID stands for superconducting quantum interference devices (SQUID). Sensor Performance. Selecting magnetic field sensors requires an analysis of performance specifications. Flux density, the total measurement range in gauss (G), often... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Magnetic Field Instruments - (157 companies)
    ...instruments include magnetometers and Gaussmeters (Tesla meters). Magnetometers and Gaussmeters are sometimes used interchangeably for describing devices used to measure magnetic field strength. However, the two can be differentiated based on the type... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Rare-Earth Magnets - (77 companies)
    ...be 1.4 Tesla, whereas ferrite or ceramic magnets typically exhibit fields of only 0.5 to 1 Tesla. Classified under permanent magnets, rare-earth magnets have a permanent magnetic field. When metallic objects are in close distance, the magnet attracts... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Electromagnets - (125 companies)
    Electromagnets use electric current to generate a magnetic field which can be turned on or off as needed. They are made from a softer iron which quickly dissipates the induced magnetism after the current is switched off. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    EMF Meters - (60 companies)
    ...requirements, and operating temperature. There are two measurement ranges for EMF meters: milliGaus (mG) and micro Tesla (microT). Most Gaussmeters have a measuring of range of 0.1 to 199.9 mG . Most Tesla meters have a range of 0.01 to 19.99 microT... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Fluxes - (219 companies)
    Fluxes are chemical compositions used in soldering, brazing and welding. They clean the metal 's surface, assist with heat transfer, and remove unwanted oxide films. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Magnetizers - (19 companies)
    Magnetizers are used to magnetize parts and charge magnets. Learn More
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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
8030 Newark / element14 FW BELL Not Provided FW BELL - 8030 - GAUSS/TESLA/AMP METER; 300mG TO 300KG; 0.1%
4180 Newark / element14 FW BELL Not Provided FW BELL - 4180 - METER; GAUSS/TESLA; 599mG; 25-1200HZ; 2%
4190 Newark / element14 FW BELL Not Provided FW BELL - 4190 - METER; GAUSS/TESLA; 1999mG 25-1200HZ; 1%
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Magnetic fields are well defined in theory but do not behave so predictably in real life. Often the root cause for the failure of a design involving magnetic. Photo 1. Hall effect devices, or Hall generators, are made by attaching four electrical contacts to a thin square or rectangular plate or...

What is the relationship between AT (Ampere*turn) and Tesla or Gauss? What magnet strength will activate a 15 AT reed switch at 5 mm? There is not an answer that is both simple and accurate. Because the reed switch is made of ferrous material, it affects the magnetic field into which it is placed...

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