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    Class 1 Accuracy Digital Gauss Meter with Probe

    The digital gauss meter has a high sensitivity, low drift Hall sensor, measurement range of 0 to 2400 MT/24000 GS. Gauss meter is a portable, versatile magnetic field measurement instrument with an easy-to-read display and intuitive controls, ideal for experienced professionals and novice users alike.
    SKU: ATO-GM-86201
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    Buy a gauss meter for measuring magnetic field strength online, measurement range 0 to 2400 MT/24000 GS, the accuracy of class 1. The portable gaussmeter's advanced digital signal processing technology makes it suitable for measuring the surface magnetic field of permanent magnetic materials, the remanence of mechanical parts, constant DC magnetic fields, magnetic separators or de-ironers, etc


    • Model: ATO-GM-TD86201
    • Accuracy: Class 1, ±1% (full range met)
    • Range: 200MT, 2000MT (automatic range switching)
    • Measuring Range: 0~ 2400MT/24000GS
    • Minimum Resolution: 0.01MT/0.1GS, 4-digit display
    • Display Digit: 4 Digits (decimal)
    • Power Supply: 1 x 9V battery
    • Operating Temperature: 0°C~50°C
    • Storage Stability: -20°C~50°C
    • Dimensions: 160mmx80mmx32mm
    • Unit Weight: 260g (including battery and lead)
    • Hall Probe: Longitudinal Hall probe, lead approx. 1m long


    • ATO class 1 gauss meter is equipped with a digital display to show the magnetic field strength visually.
    • The field strength meter adopts a new generation of chips and processors, high resolution A/D chips, high sensitivity, stable counts, low power consumption, and lightweight.
    • The handheld digital gauss meter has a power indicator in the upper right corner of the screen, and the power icon disappears when the battery runs out.
    • Magnetic field testers have automatic range switching, one-touch zeroing, and maximum value-holding functions.
    • Digital gauss meter comes with 1 x 9V battery for high battery life and long standby time.

    Probe Dimension (Unit: mm)

    Radial Probe

    Radial probe dimension

    L1 (Customisable) L2 L3 L4 H1 H2 H3 H4 (with tube sleeve) Sensing Area(φ)
    900 115±5 50±1 2.2±0.1 16±0.5 1.4±0.1 1.05±0.05 4.4±0.1 0.3
    Suitable for TM5100. TW5120B, TM6100. TM6100B, TD8620, TD8650, TD8655.
    Note: Y indicates accuracy class

    Axial Hall Probe

    Axial hall probe dimension

    L1(Customisable) L2 L3 L4 H1 H2 Sensing Area(φ)
    2200 115±5 58±5 0.1±0.05 14±0.5 4.2±0.2 0.3
    Suitable for TM5100. TW5120B, TM6100. TM6100B, TD8620, TD8650, TD8655.
    Note: Y indicates accuracy class



    Digital gauss meter detail


    Gauss meters are used to measure the strength and direction of magnetic fields in various industries such as manufacturing, aerospace, medical, and automotive. They are used to detect magnetic fields generated by electrical equipment, such as transformers and motors, and in the testing and calibration of magnetic sensors. Gauss meters are also used in research and development of new materials, such as magnetic nanoparticles, and in the design and testing of magnetic shielding materials. 

    Digital gauss meter applications

    Tips: What is the difference between a magnetometer and a gauss meter?

    Magnetometers and gauss meters are tools for measuring magnetic fields, but they are not identical.

    A gauss meter is a tool for measuring the strength of a magnetic field and is commonly used to measure the strength of magnetic fields in magnets, motors, magnetic materials, etc. The gauss meter is measured in gauss and is used to express the strength of a magnetic field.

    Magnetometer is an instrument that measures the magnetic field in three axial directions and the strength of the magnetic field. As a result, magnetometers can be used in magnetic field geophysical surveys, magnetic field sensors, navigation systems, etc.

    Although both the magnetometer and the gauss meter can measure magnetic fields, they are used in different applications; the gauss meter is more suitable for industrial, manufacturing, and materials science applications, while the magnetometer is more suitable for scientific research,  geophysical exploration, navigation systems, etc.

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