The EX-715 EX Static Meter enables investigation and monitoring of industrial static electricity problems and is certified for use in hazardous areas.

Essential tool for quality, safety and productivity in a hazardous area

Allows the engineer to investigate static problems quickly and accurately

Wide measurement range

10 V to 200,000 V range meets all usual requirements

Easy to use

Analysing sources of problem and the efficiency of corrective action

Certified for use in hazardous areas, the EX-715 Static Meter has been developed to investigate industrial static electricity problems.

The EX-715 measures static electricity levels from 10 V up to 200,000 V on the surface of a material or body at 100 mm distance.  With a ‘hold’ facility to freeze the reading on the display, the Meter has two automatically selected ranges:

  • 0 – 20 kV in 10 V increments
  • 20 – 200 kV in 100 V increments

The EX-715 shows where and how the static electricity is generated, its magnitude and its polarity.  This gives the engineer a scientific basis for analysis of the static problem, monitoring the efficiency of remedial actions and setting levels for acceptable standards.

For more information on ATEX and IECEx certification, download the EX-715 Datasheet.

To view all Fraser static meters, see Static Measurement.


Anodised aluminium case with recessed stainless steel sensing plate for maximum integrity and accuracy.


124 x 64 x 24 mm (H x W x D).


180 g.

Range / Resolution

0 V - 20 kV / 10 V increments and 20 kV - 200 kV / 100 V increments. Automatic range selection. Measurement at 100 mm.


<0.1 % in 10 secs.


On a 150 mm x 150 mm charge plate. Can be calibrated on other charge plate sizes to meet country standards e.g. 450 mm x 450 mm for China.


Click button to zero. Click button again to ‘hold’ the reading. Third press reactivates reading. Automatic switch-off after 60 seconds. Low volt indicator shows condition of battery.


EX static meters are supplied with carrying case, battery, earth lead and certificate of calibration.


70 % rH non-condensing max.


In addition to ATEX and IECEx, EN-500081-1 (EMC) and BS7506-2 (Construction).

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