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PCE-MFM 2400+ Electromagnetic Field Meter

Brand: PCE

Model No: PCE-MFM 2400+

Order Code: PCE-MFM 2400+

Warranty: 6 Months

Stock Status : 2 - 4 Weeks

Price : 3,490.00 AED (Including VAT)

With a measuring range of 0 to 200mT or 200 to 2,400mT, the Electromagnetic Field Meter covers a wide range of measuring tasks. The Electromagnetic Field Meter has a practical switching function and can automatically switch between the two measuring ranges. If the current value is in the range of 0 to 200mT, the Electromagnetic Field Meter switches to the 200mT measuring range. If the 200mT mark is exceeded, the device automatically switches to the 2000mT range. The display informs the user about the current range. The Electromagnetic Field Meter allows very precise magnetic field measurements with an accuracy of 1%. Thus, with the help of the Electromagnetic Field Meter, for example, relays and permanent magnets can be tested for the existing magnetic field. The Electromagnetic Field Meter clearly shows the measurement results on its large display. Due to the backlight, the measured values are easy to read even in poor lighting conditions.

The Electromagnetic Field Meter consists of a compact display device and a sensor. The sensor uses the Hall effect to determine the magnetic fields. The application of the radioactivity meter is simple and effective. Before each measurement, the sensor should be adjusted to the ambient temperature. To record the measured values, the cover must be removed and the sensor head should be placed in the middle of the magnetic field to be measured. In order to be able to read the respective maximum value correctly, the Electromagnetic Field Meter has a hold function. At the push of a button, the Electromagnetic Field Meter shows the measured maximum value in the negative and positive range. In addition, the manufacturer has equipped the radioactivity meter with another practical function: if necessary, the measuring device can indicate the direction of incidence of the magnetic field lines. In order to protect the battery of the Electromagnetic Field Meter, the measuring instrument has an automatic switch-off. If there is no input for five minutes, the Electromagnetic Field Meter switches off automatically and prevents the battery from being completely discharged.