Gauss meter measurements use the Hall effect as the measuring principle. The sensor captures the magnetic flux density that is perpendicular to the sensor plane.
Hence, the magnetic field generates an output voltage on the sensor, which is proportional to the product of the magnetic field strength and the induced current.
Procedure for measurement on a surface
Firstly, the surface of the parts to be inspected shall be free from grease, oil, rust, scale or
Secondly, turn your Gaussmeter on and pick up the end of the wire attachment which is called the probe, which has a sensor inside it that helps to measure.
Then put the magnet on the end of the probe and slide it across the sensor.
Finally, hold for a few seconds where highest rating that the meter picks up, that will be your
Magnet gauss reading on Pole.
1) Measuring Ranges: 1 Gauss to 2000 Gauss on x1 range
10 Gauss to 20000 Gauss on x10 range
2) Resolution: 1 Gauss on x1 range
10 Gauss on x10 range
3) Magnetic Pole: The magnetic pole is the region at each end of a magnet
where the external magnetic field is the strongest.
Some of the features of our Digital Gauss Meter Model PPPLD20 B are :
1) It offers a static measurement
2) Screen provides a reading of the strength of the magnetic field.
3) Moreover, it is fully capable of measuring dynamic fields
4) Also, it is easy to operate and handle
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