Magnetic Susceptibility Meters
Magnetic susceptibility meters allow geologists and geophysicists to test and determine just how susceptible particular minerals in hand samples or drill core samples are to a magnetic field and their conductivity (being magnetised) thus enabling users to know the concentration of particular magnetic minerals (e.g. iron) within a sample. We offer a small range of well known, highly accurate meters which you can see below.
Excl. Tax: £3,600.00 Incl. Tax: £4,320.00Specifications: • Memory: 4 GB Data Input/Output: • USB and Bluetooth Power Supply: • 2 x Li‐Ion Rechargeable Batteries • Operating Temperature: ‐20°C to 60°C • Display Dimensions: 76 x 47 mm • Display Resolution: 400 x 240 pixels • Circular Sensor Dimensions: 66 mm • Rating: IP65 • Maximum Sample Weight for Density Measurements: 1.0 kg • Size: 260 x 72 x 60 mm • Weight: 0.60 kg • Internal GPS Accuracy: 2.0m • Internal GPS Receiver Satellite Accessibility: SBAS (WAAS, EGNOS, MSAS) • Built‐in Camera : 2 Mega Pixels Learn More
Excl. Tax: £1,287.00 Incl. Tax: £1,544.40Specs: Single mode - Allows for taking individual readings Scan mode - provides fast information on the distribution of susceptibility over a particular rock object. Remote mode - allows measured data to be directly transferred to PC using bluetooth or USB connection. Sensitivity: 1 x 10-6 SI units 1 x 10-5 SI units in scan mode Measuring Ranges: ±999 x 10-3 SI units with automatically switched accuracy Operating Frequency: 10 kHz Display: 4 rows, backlight Data Memory: 999 readings (without GPS data) Controls: 4 switches: Escape, Enter, Up, Down Interface: USB 2.0, Bluetooth Power Consumption: 8 mA (without Bluetooth or backlight) Battery: 2 x AAA Operating Temperature: –20ºC to +60ºC Dimensions: 165 x 68 x 28 mm Weight: 250 g including batteries Accessories: Leather Case, Instruction Manual, USB cable, Disk with comm. program Learn More