The KN90 'Edspot' Galvanometer

The KN90 'Edspot' Galvanometer, a fundamental instrument to measure the presence, direction and strength of an electric current in a conductor has now become the most widely used light beam galvanometer in Physics teaching around the world today.

The KN90 is easy to use, safe and its fundamental attributes gives the advantage of high voltage sensitivity and immunity to stray hum pick up.

The galvanometer is designed to be self contained being mains powered and extremely robust, with guaranteed protection against electrical overload.

It has a double reflecting optical system, 180mm scale length and there are six position range switches which give reduced sensitivities at constant impedance, together with Direct (free swing) and Short (heavy damping for transit).

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