gaussmeter


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gaussmeter

[′gau̇s‚mēd·ər]
(engineering)
A magnetometer whose scale is graduated in gauss or kilogauss, and usually measures only the intensity, and not the direction, of the magnetic field.
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For measuring radiation from television and video display CRTs, a gaussmeter should be sensitive to .
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