GAUSS METERS

A gaussmeter, also known as a magnetometer, is a device used to measure the strength and direction of a magnetic field. A gaussmeter may also be referred to as an electromagnetic field detector, or EMF detector for short. Gaussmeters have several scientific uses and are popular among paranormal researchers. Small, hand-held versions are available and the user can carry it to monitor magnetic fields.

Two types of gaussmeters exist: scalar and vector. The scalar gaussmeter measures the strength of the magnetic field present in the area around the device. The vector gaussmeter measures the direction of the magnetic field depending on where the device is and which direction it's pointing. A gaussmeter may combine both of these technologies.

Gaussmeter for electro magnetic fields, solar radiation and lux becomes more important each day due to the increased negative effects of the environment. Gaussmeter is for both personal and professional use for measuring such things as transformers, power lines and electrical devices. Electromagnetic fields may have an important influence on human beings (for instance, feeling unwell, nervous or even internal burns), independent of their frequency. Gaussmeter is also used extensively in the industrial sector and in research and development.

  • Model 410

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    Hand-held Digital Gaussmeter
    Low-cost Gauss Meter
  • Model 425

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    Gaussmeter
    AC/DC Magnetic Field Gauss Meter
  • Model 460

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    Hall Effect Gaussmeter
    3-Channel Gauss Meter
  • Model 475

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    DSP Gaussmeter
    Hall Effect Gauss Meter