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HHG191 Gauss Meter

Photonics.com
May 2008
OMEGA Engineering Inc.Request Info
 
STAMFORD, Conn., May 1, 2008 -- Omega Engineering's HHG191 Gauss meter allows for measurements up to 2000 mG to 200 microtesla with a basic accuracy of 2.5% + 6-digit. It measures extremely low-frequency (30 to 300Hz) electromagnetic fields in electric transmission equipment, HHG191.jpgmicrowave ovens, air conditioners, computer monitors and video/audio and other devices.

The HHG191 features an overload display, low battery indicator, and microtesla and milli-Gauss display options. A 9V battery is included.

The CE-compliant device is suitable in industries such as air shipment, medical manufacturing and oil  and can be used, for example, to compare Earth's vector fields, measure residual fields,  or map field perturbationsin; in  air-shipment inspection, for magnet classification, to analyze magnetic circuitry and components, or in magnetic resonance imaging.

Prices start at $149.

For more information, visit: www.omega.com; e-mail: info@omega.com

Omega Engineering Inc.
One Omega Drive
Stamford, CT 06907
Phone: (203) 359-1660
Fax: (203) 359-7700



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