Field Strength Meter DEUTROMETER

Product Description

The DEUTROMETER is an instrument for measuring magnetic direct and alternating fields in the low frequency range (20 Hz to 500 Hz).
In the field of non-destructive crack detection of magnetizable workpieces, the instrument is mainly used for

  • measuring the tangential field strength during magnetization and for
  • measurement of the residual field after demagnetization.

Furthermore, the DEUTROMETER can also be used as a flux density meter (tesla meter).

Key Facts

  • Measurement parameters: field strength H or induction B (in air)
  • Measuring units: kA/m, A/cm, mT and Gauss
  • Operating modes:
    a) Measurement of alternating field / direct field (automatic detection)
    b) Measurement of alternating field / direct field (automatic detection) with monitoring of limit values
    c) Measurement of dirct fields (e. g. for residual fields)
    d) Measurement of alternating fields (e. g. measurement of magnetization strength)
  • With automatic measuring mode for easy and fast measurements
  • Meets the requirements of EN ISO 9934-3:2002 chapter 9.3
  • Suitable for testing tasks according to EN ISO 17638 chapter 5.5.2


Field Strength Meter DEUTROMETER (order no.: 3873.001)

Three types of probes are available:

  • Angled 90° (order no.: 3873.101)
  • Straight (order no.: 3873.201)
  • Angled 90°, for transverse fields (order no.: 3873.301)

When using the device in oily environments, we recommend the use of our paraffin-resistant probes:

  • Angled 90°, paraffin-resistant (order no.: 3873.111)
  • Straight, paraffin-resistant (order no.: 3873.211)

The DEUTROMETER in a robust protective case

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