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Supplier: Magnetic Shield Corporation
Description: a wide variety of sources, including video display terminals, AC power lines, office equipment, household appliances, and all types of electronic equipment. Key features include Min./Max./Peak Hold, Auto Range, and user may select Gauss or Tesla Readings. The 4180 Series Hand-Held Gaussmeter's built-in
Supplier: OMEGA Engineering, Inc.
Description: The HHG191 Gauss Meter represents the latest design in magnetic measuring equipment, allowing measurements up to 2000 mG to 200 micro-tesla with a basic accuracy of 2.5% plus 6-digit. The HHG191 is capable of measuring the electromagnetic field radiation intensity that is produced from electric
Supplier: Dexter Magnetic Technologies, Inc.
Description: magnetic field strength and uniformity over a specific volume. Pole pieces are sometimes used to enhance uniformity within the gap. Dexter has built hundreds of different types of dipoles, each optimized for a particular application. Field strengths have ranged as high as 3.0 Tesla (30,000 Gauss
Supplier: Johnson and Allen, Ltd.
Description: Johnson and Allen's Gauss Meter - With digital display, this product is ideal for checking parts for Remanence and also measuring the strength of both AC and DC magnetic fields. With three selectable ranges and resolutions to choose from, this product offers unparalleled levels of accuracy over
Supplier: Johnson and Allen, Ltd.
Description: , range ±20 G. Digital display mode-Large numerical values displayed in 0.1G increments, range ±95G. Gauss trip-background becomes red to notify operator when a reading exceeds 2, 5 or a user defined Gauss value. Zero function-negate internal residual magnetism associated with using
Description: Reference magnets are used to quickly check the calibration of a Gauss/Tesla-Meter. They are calibrated permanent magnets traceable to NIST with an aperature for a Gauss/Tesla-Meter probe to be inserted. These devices can be used in conjunction with annual calibration of the instruments
- Calibrator Style: Hand Held, Other Specific Calibration
- Traceable to a National or International Standard: Yes
Supplier: Primo Instrument Inc.
Description: Measures EMF Strength Range: 200/2000 milli Gauss 20/200 micro Tesla Peak Hold function
Description: The Model 7030 three-channel GAUSS/TESLA METER from F.W. Bell leads the way for Advanced Hall Effect Magnetic measuring technology. The easy-to-use front panel programming feature incorporates the latest in user control operations. The 7030 is capable of simultaneously measuring and displaying
Description: and Relative Mode. Both models allow the user to select Gauss or Tesla Readings. The 4100 Series Hand-HeldGaussmeter's built-in software eliminates the need for complex calibration procedures. User prompts on the custom formatted LCD allow fast, simple push button operation. All models come
- Technology: Hall Effect
- Outputs / Interfaces: Analog Voltage, Serial Interface
- Measurement Features: Direction Measurement, Magnitude Measurement
- Number of Axes: 1
Supplier: AlphaLab, Inc.
Description: The meter has been optimized for easy use. It begins reading 1/2 second after it is turned on and updates four times a second. Stability is excellent, with noise level of only 0.1 gauss. Reproducibility at constant temperature is better than one part in 5000, and is generally only limited
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Model 4180 Series Hand-Held Gaussmeter
including video display terminals, AC power lines, office equipment, household appliances, and all types of electronic equipment. Key features include Min./Max./Peak Hold, Auto Range, and user may select Gauss or Tesla Readings. The 4180 Series Hand-Held Gaussmeter's built-in software eliminates the need for complex calibration procedures. ORDER “ONLINE ” NOW: LAB KIT. Looking for “hands-on evaluation ” while lowering project costs and increasing confidence? Request... (read more)
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|Part #||Distributor||Manufacturer||Product Category||Description|
|4190||Newark / element14||FW BELL||Not Provided||FW BELL - 4190 - METER; GAUSS/TESLA; 1999mG 25-1200HZ; 1%|
|4180||Newark / element14||FW BELL||Not Provided||FW BELL - 4180 - METER; GAUSS/TESLA; 599mG; 25-1200HZ; 2%|
|8010||Newark / element14||FW BELL||Not Provided||FW BELL - 8010 - GAUSS/TESLA METER; 300mG TO 300KG; 0.1%|
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The Hall Effect Gauss / Tesla Meter
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
Ampere*turn Versus mT And Gauss
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
Maxwell Flux Density B Gauss Tesla lines/in2 Magnetomotive Force F gilbert ampere turn ampere turn Magnetizing Force H Oersted ampere turns/m ampere turns/in Length L cm m in Permeability of a vacuum ���� 1 0.4�� x 10-6 3.192 Conversion Factors
Effect of Magnetic Fields on Our Tilt Sensors
the two ends of the sensor is less than. B. The graph below shows that the field gradient begins to. about 14 gauss/mm. Larger gradients along the length of. effect the output when B 500 gauss (gradient 14. the sensor produce an output shift. The following. gauss/mm = 1.4 tesla/m), for which
Magnetic Field Conversion Factors (.pdf)
. 1.26x10-8. 1.26. 1. 1.26x10-12. 1.26x10-3. 1 weber-per-square meter =. 3x1014. 1x104. 1x1012. 7.96x1011. 1. 1x109. 1 gamma =. 3x105. 1x10-5. 1x103. 7.96x102. 1x10-9. 1. Notes: (1) One gauss and one oerstead are equivalent and may be interchanged. (2) One weber-per-square meter and one tesla are equivalent
Glossary for Magnet Materials
the flux changes in magnitude. The unit of flux in the GCS system is Maxwell. One Maxwell equals one volt x seconds. Gauss, Gs: A unit of magnetic flux density in the GCS system; the lines of magnetic flux per square inch. 1 Gauss equals 0.0001 Tesla in the SI system. Hysteresis Loop: A closed curve
A Comparison of the Measured Magnetic Field Strength Using Ampere-Turns (AT) and milliTesla (mT) (.pdf)
Reed Switch. However, this. More generally accepted outside the Reed Switch and data can be used for various cut lengths by using another. reed product manufacturing arena is the use of Gauss graph, which presents the percent of change for a given. and Tesla or milliTesla (mT). cut length
Routine Maintenance on AC Inverters (.pdf)
of electromagnetic induction were. discovered in the early 1800’s by Oersted, Gauss and Faraday, and this. combination of Scandinavian, German and English thought gave us the. fundamentals for the electric motor. In the late 1800’s the actual invention. of the alternating current motor was made
Technical Reference: Motor Parameters Application Note (.pdf)
=. = LB . f. I. 2. phase. When L is measured in meters and B is measured in Tesla (10,000 Gauss), Kf has units of N/A. In the case of a Delta wound motor, see Figure 1, the amplitude of the current waveform in the motor lead. is different than the amplitude of the current waveform in the motor phase
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