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Extech Triple Axis EMF Tester

Extech Triple Axis EMF Tester

Description

The Extech Extech Triple Axis EMF Tester has a three axis ( X, Y, Z direction) for electromagnetic field measurements.

Features

  • For testing fans, electrical appliances, wiring, and power lines
  • Wide ranges (3 ranges of ┬ÁTesla or mGauss)
  • Calibrated to measure EMF radiation at wide bandwidths from 30 Hz to 300 Hz
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The Extech Triple Axis EMF Tester is designed to provide users a quick, reliable, and easy way to measure electromagnetic field radiation levels around power lines, electrical appliances, and industrial devices. The tester has a wide ranges (3 ranges of µTesla or mGauss) and is calibrated to measure EMF radiation at wide bandwidths from 30Hz to 300Hz. The data hold function freezes the readings on the display for further analysis of data points.

Notable Specifications:
  • µTesla ranges: 20µTesla, 200µTesla, 2000µTesla
  • µTesla  resolutions: 0.01µTesla, 0.1µTesla, 1µTesla
  • µTesla basic accuracy: ±(4% + 3d), ±(5% + 3d), ±(10% + 5d)
  • mGauss ranges: 200mGauss, 2,000mGauss, 20,000mGauss
  • mGauss resolutions: 0.1mGauss, 1mGauss, 10mGauss
  • mGauss basic accuracy: ±(4% + 3d), ±(5% + 3d), ±(10% + 5d)
  • Number of axis: three (X, Y, Z)
  • Bandwidth: 30Hz to 300Hz
  • Sampling time: approximately 0.4 seconds
  • Power current: approximately DC 2.7mA
  • Dimensions: 7.6x2.6x1.2" (195x68x30mm)
What's Included:
  • (1) Tester
  • (1) Sensor with 3ft (930mm) cable
  • (1) 9V battery
  • (1) Hard carrying case
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Extech Triple Axis EMF Tester 480826 Triple axis EMF tester
$309.99
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