New Magnetic Field Meter Features Single Axis Sensor and Max Hold Function

Press Release Summary:

  • Measures ELF electromagnetic fields produced from electric transmission equipment, microwave ovens and more
  • Includes carrying case to keep the unit safe en route to the site
  • Measurements have a ±2.5% accuracy and can be displayed in milligauss or µTesla

Original Press Release:

Triplett Magnetic Field Meter Measures Electro-magnetic Fields in Variety of Applications

Meter specializes in extremely low frequency (ELF) electro-magnetic fields

Manchester, NH, -- Triplett Test Equipment, a leading maker of test equipment tools, announces the launch of the innovative EMF20 Magnetic Field Meter, an all-new handheld tool designed to measure extremely low frequency (ELF) electromagnetic fields in numerous applications.

The rugged, handheld EMF20 measures ELF electromagnetic fields (30 to 300Hz) produced from electric transmission equipment, power lines, microwave ovens, air conditioners, refrigerators, computer monitors, fans, hairdryers, and many other appliances that emit electromagnetic fields. Measurements have a guaranteed ±2.5% accuracy, and can be displayed in milligauss (mG) or µTesla (µT).

Other helpful features of the EMF20 Magnetic Field Meter include its single axis sensor, max hold function for storing the highest reading, and included carrying case to keep the unit safe en route to the site. The EMF20 is also backed by a 1-year warranty.

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About Triplett Test Equipment

Founded in 1904, Triplett Test Equipment is a leading provider of test and measurement tools and instruments. Triplett customers benefit from over 100 years of innovation and problem-solving expert solutions across a range of industries. Triplett tools help professionals in electrical contracting, voice/data/video (VDV) telecommunications, CCTV/security video installation and maintenance, water damage restoration and more. Triplett is based in Manchester, NH and is a part of Jewell Instruments.

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Nia Murray

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