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 magnetic field meter offers a portable and reliable instrument to measure intensity of electromagnetic fields produced from electric transmission equipment, power line, microwave oven, air conditioner, refrigerator, computer monitor, and video/audio device.
This user-friendly EMF meter is ideal for measuring electromagnetic fields of extremely low frequency (ELF) of 30 to 300 Hz
The HHG191 meter is a great value instrument for measuring electromagnetic fields in a frequency range of 30 to 300 Hz.
SPECIFICATIONS Basic Accuracy: ±(2.5% + 6-digit) at 50 Hz/60 Hz Frequency Response: 30 to 300 HZ Sample Rate: 2.5 times per second Ranges: 200/2000 mG, 20/200 uT Sensor: Single axis Resolution: 0.1/1 mG or 0.01/0.1 uT Display: 3 1/2 digits LCD, maximum reading 1999 Readings: Gauss, tesla Operating Temperature and Humidity: 5 to 50°C (41 to 122°F), below 80% RH Power: 9V battery (included) Battery: 9V NEDA 1604, IEC 6F22 or JIS 006p Battery Life: Approximately 200 hours Dimensions: 130 L x 56 W x 38 mm H(5.1 x 2.2 x 1.5") Weight: 180 g (0.40 lb)
Hi, I'm wondering if this has a wire lead on it where I can put the wire lead onto the item that I am measuring? If not, how far away do you need to have the gauss meter from the magnetic field? Thank you for your time!
Asked by: Clay
Thank you for your inquiry. This unit is 'complete' with no lead wire accessories. The meter is held in the vicinity of the gauss field. For the best readings, you should get as close as you possible can to the field and record the highest value that the digital display is showing. We have no 'minimum distance' or 'maximum distance' spec for this product; if using in the manner described you will have good results in gauss measurement.
Answered by: dfrisby17
Date published: 2020-01-29
Could this be set up with a computer to record readings continuously over a period of time?
Asked by: Ed98
Hi, thanks for your question. The HHG191 Handheld Gauss meter does not have an output, so unfortunately it cannot be used to stream data to a computer. It is only a read and view result measurement device. Please contact us with any further questions.
Answered by: Jane
Date published: 2019-06-26
Can this measure the residual magnetism of a tape head? Can it be fitted with a probe?
Asked by: Artie
The HHG191 is used for measurement of electromagnetic fields only not static or residual field strength. These would have the integrated sensor, and a remote probe is unfortunately not an option. Please contact our Tech Support if you need any further assistance. Thanks