An electromagnetic wave simply means the wave motion of the electromagnetic field (EMF).
The change in electric fields produces magnetic fields, and the change in magnetic fields can also generate electric fields. The fluctuation of correlation between each other is known as “electromagnetic waves”, which is a form of energy similar to light and heat that can be transmitted either by radiation in the air or by an electric conductor.
|Range||200/2000 mG , 20/200 uT|
|Resolution||0.1/1 mG or 0.01/0.1 uT.|
|Frequency Response||30Hz to 300Hz|
|Accuracy||±(2.5%+6dgt) at 50Hz/60Hz.|