gaussmeter


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a meter to compare strengths of magnetic fields

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The geomagnetic field measured with Hirst GM08 Gaussmeter and Hirst Axial Fluxgate Probe AFG100 (Hirst Magnetic Instruments Ltd., Cornwall, UK) was about 33 [micro]T and almost vertical (inclination 80-85[degrees]) in the incubators.
Caption: FIGURE 3: Plots representing the magnetic field using the Gaussmeter. (a) The plot of the magnetic field in the monopolar configuration (also known as unipolar configuration) and (b) the two-dimensional plot of the intensity of the magnetic field.
Barnes and his wife, Wendy, gathered up their Geiger counter, Gaussmeter, extraction tools and headed to the beach.
For measurements was used gaussmeter F.W.Bell model 5080.
A gaussmeter is essential for measuring EMF levels.
The distribution of both the DC and AC electromagnetic fields in the incubators was determined using a gaussmeter (Model 9640; F.W.
Bell Model 9200, 0.5%, gaussmeter and a Daedalon Teslameter EP-15, 5% gaussmeter.
Finally, in a dosimetric survey, a gaussmeter, which is used to measure the resultant magnetic flux density emanating from electric power sources in milligauss (mG), is placed at a fixed location or attached to a test subject.
After he left, Sage swept the room with a gaussmeter to measure the magnetic fields present.
A three-axis gaussmeter is used to measure the resultant magnetic flux density emanating from electric power sources in milligauss (mG).
So when Paul Brodeur makes one of his television appearances with a gaussmeter (which measures EMF emissions) and urges viewers to get their own and avoid high-emission areas, even assuming his claims of the hazards of EMF are true, he would still be giving useless or even dangerous advice.
The gaussmeter, bless it, read less than 1 milligauss.