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).
- 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