Sypris has introduced its latest 5100 series of ISO 9001 standards gaussmeters.
It is claimed to be the first ergonomically designed handheld in its class to combine benchtop functionality and performance with the mobility of a handheld.
The Hall effect device incorporates digital signal processing technology making it one of the world's first handheld gaussmeters to have a digital signal processor on board.
FW Bell's dynamic probe correction allows measurements from 0 to 30 kg with a basic accuracy of 1%.
Key features include auto zero, min/max/peak hold, auto range and relative mode. Both models allow the user to select gauss, Tesla or ampere/meter readings. The 5180 features a corrected analog output (±3 V FS) and a USB communication port.
The meter's built-in software eliminates the need for complex calibration. User prompts on the custom formatted LCD allow fast, simple push-button operation.
All models are equipped with a detachable transverse probe, zero gauss chamber, instruction manual, hard carrying case, and four AA batteries.
Axial, ultra-thin transverse and low-field probes are available as options.
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