As easy to use as your smartphone

Made for the way you work today, the F71 and F41 teslameters feature an uncluttered touch display with a unique TiltView™ screen, presenting a natural and engaging user interface.

The TiltView™ display offers an easily viewable and engaging interface

With no confusing buttons or long learning curves, these teslameters are simple and intuitive to operate. You will quickly recognize the icons, gestures, and menu styles that follow familiar smartphone technology standards.

The large 5-inch capacitive touchscreen allows measurements to be displayed in clear, easily distinguishable fonts, making it possible to easily read in situations when your instrumentation is located some distance from where you are taking measurements.

Viewing angle is a critical parameter when interacting with a touchscreen. Registering accurate presses can be difficult if the viewer is not aligned correctly with the screen.

TiltView™ allows the viewer to manually adjust the viewing angle of the screen, resulting in a better view and increased accuracy when interacting with the touchscreen.

The tilt mechanism uses the perfect amount of stiffness to allow movement when desired, but stays in place when pressing and swiping on the screen.

The display goes from a 0° to a 37° angle whether mounted in a rack or sitting on a benchtop

Start taking measurements sooner

Lengthy warm-up times of 30 minutes or more are recommended for many teslameters and gaussmeters in order to stabilize internal temperatures.

The F71 and F41 teslameters use high-stability components with low temperature coefficients, eliminating warm-up time. Accurate readings can be taken instantly with these teslameters, removing one more variable to consider when taking field measurements.

The teslameters have quick warm up times 

A single connector you can use without looking

The F71 multi-axis teslameter reaches its full potential when reading a 3-axis probe, delivering full vector field measurements. Connecting a probe like this should be quick and easy, which lead us to select our new probe connector.

  • Just one connector per probe—previous implementations used separate connectors for each axis, requiring the user to pay special attention when connecting each of the 3 axes to their appropriate inputs. The new connector is used on both single and multi-axis probes, making it easier than ever to switch between probes.

New universal quick connector

  • New latching mechanism—allows quick and easy connection of a probe to the teslameter. The latches hold the connector securely in place without requiring thumb screws. When swapping probes, the quick-release mechanism allows you to switch probes reliably in just seconds.

 

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