measurement frequency


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Does any one know how to measure the frequency of a magnetic field? They sell handheld meters but they only measure Mhz and higher
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Frequency of what? An oscillating magnetic field? Which frequency range do you expect? 1 Hz, 10Hz, ..., 1MHz?
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Does any one know how to measure the frequency of a magnetic field? They sell handheld meters but they only measure Mhz and higher
Do you have access to an oscilloscope or frequency counter? If so, you may be able to just use an inductor as a pickup probe for the magnetic field.


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