RF Electrosmog Meter EX-5
[EX - 5]
65.00EUR

The electrosmog meter EX-5 is designed for fast and easy measurement of electromagnetic field power of radio frequency (RF) and reference to the international safety standards.

THE NON SPECIALIST CAN SEE EASILY THROUGH THE EMBEDDED LED LAMPS IF THE ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD IS WELL BELOW THE INTERNATIONAL SAFETY STANDARDS (GREEN LED), IF IT EXISTS BUT STILL BELOW THE SAFETY STANDARDS (YELLOW LED), OR ABOVE THE SAFETY STANDARDS (RED LED). MORE DETAILED DIGITAL MEASUREMENTS CAN BE USED BY THE SPECIALIZED USER.

It is designed for easy and fast measurement in home or corporate environment for safety from the RF radiation. It has wide bandwidth (100Mhz-3GHz) and sensitivity from -55dBm to 0dBm and very fast response.

Applications
- Measurement of electromagnetic field from wireless devices (e.g., mobile phones, wireless phones, DECT, DCMA, AM/FM, TDMA etc)
- Measurement of electromagnetic field from base stations (e.g. for mobile telecommunications)
- Measurement of electromagnetic field from Wireless LAN (WiFi), Bluetooth, Ultra wide band etc
- Detection of spy cams, wireless bugs
- Microwave oven leakage detection
- Control of electromagnetic fields in home or corporate environment
- Measurement of RF fileds in general




Technical Specifications
- Broad frequency range: 100ΜΗz -3GHz
- High Dynamic Range 60 dB
- High sensitivity: -55 dBm to 0 dBm (25mV/m to 14.8V/m)
- Peak power density measurement: 1.5uW/m2 to 0.58W/m2
- LCD digital power level and power density level display
- Histogram and bar segment signal level display
- 8 high brightness LED to display power density level with 3 safety range indications
- Continuous wave (AM/FM) and high speed burst RF (GSM, TDMA,PCS,CDMA,WiFi)
- Super fast response time with easy reading color LED segment display.
- Small, compact handheld design 13cm x 6.5 cm x 3 cm
- Battery operated 9V DC

Tables with the international standards are included in the manual. The battery is not included.

This product was added to our catalog on Σάββατο 22 Νοέμβριος, 2008.