We like this calibrated wideband (800 MHz – 2.5 GHz) RF meter because it has a switch which allows a choice of peak or average indication mode. This permits accurate measurement of both digital and analog signals. Two ranges: 1 - 1999 µW/m² (same as 0.1 – 199.9 nW/cm²) and 0.1 - 199.9 µW/m² (same as 0.01 – 19.99 nW/cm²).
In addition, you get a choice of audio tone – none, or intensity proportional to field strength, or proportional to frequency (for analyzing pulsed signals)
The display on the HF35C updates every 0.5 second. The fastest pulse it can detect is 0.5 micro seconds.
Extends Dynamic Range of High Frequency Meter
Is the High Frequency Meter too sensitive for your application? This Attenuator reduces sensitivity by a factor of 100 so you can measure stronger signals. Changes sensitivity range from 0,1-1999 µW/m² to 10-199,900 µW/m² (equivalent to 0.001-19.99 µW/cm²). Need to go still higher? Stack as many as you like to achieve the desired range. Designed specifically for the High Frequency Meter (Cat. #A481). Inserts between antenna and meter body.
Just like the High Frequency Meter above but examines 27 MHz - 3.3 GHz, with residual sensitivity to 6 GHz. Includes both a directional and an omni-directional antenna. Model HFE35C.
A reliable meter with an economy price. Great for checking radiowaves from smart meters, wi-fi, cellphones and towers, and just about every RF source you are likely to encounter at home or in the office. Covers an amazing 200 - 8000 MHz with ±6dB accuracy. 8 LED light bar indicates field strength in V/m so it is very easy to interpret and has a very fast reaction time. Best of all, it has a dual sound feature which you can turn off if you want: Demodulated sounds allow you to hear intensity, and with a small amount of practice, what type of device is creating the microwave signal. Plus, an "alarm" sounder which emits a pulsing warning at higher exposure levels.
The internal antenna is at the upper back of the case. Signals are best measured when the source is behind the instrument. Uses one 9V battery, included. Pocket sized and light-weight.
This delightful meter measures electric field from 50 Hz to 18 GHz! Telescoping antenna and one button operation provide the simplicity you want, and the logarithmic scale provides the range you need: from tiny 0.005µW/cm² signals to ridiculously high 40mW/cm² blasts. Just turn it on and read off the meter. Needle gauge offers super-fast response, so you can see the pulses from intermittent emitters too.
Perfect for identifying radiation hot spots at home or on the road, and for checking shielding effectiveness. Good quality at a low price!
Breakthrough in low cost RF measurement. Covers 50 MHz to 3.5 GHz and great for digital and analog RF signals. Use in 3-axis (isotropic) measurement mode or check each of the X,Y Z axis! Includes audio alarm with adjustable threshold and 200 point manual memory function. Extremely sensitive: 38 mV/m to 11 V/m (equivalent to .38 nanoWatt/cm² to 30 microWatt/cm²). 4-digit LCD display offers mV/m, A/m, W/cm², or W/m². Display resolution: 0.1mV/m, 0.1µA/m, 0.001µW/m², 0.001µW/cm². Updates 2.5 times per second. Choose to display instantaneous value, maximum value, or average. ±2.4dB accuracy or better. Great for cell tower and wi-fi measurements. Uses 9V battery. 1 yr factory warranty. Model TM-195
This meter represents both a price and technology breakthrough! Simple hand held meter is so easy to use! Uses ordinary 9V battery (not included). Very sensitive (down to 25mV/m = 1.6 µW/m² = 0.16 nW/cm²) and goes as high as 14.8 V/m (= 580 mW/m² = 58 µW/cm²). Broad frequency range too: 100MHz to 3.0GHz digital or analog signals. ±3.5dBm accuracy.
Look at all the information on the LCD screen:
Truly unique tool for personal RF exposure detection and level measurement. Use it to check GSM, TDMA, CDMA, PCS, Wi-Fi and much more. Now check out the price! CE. Model ED-15C.
Similar to the Basic RF Meter above but with wider frequency range and SOUND! Very sensitive (down to 25mV/m = 1.6 µW/m² = 0.16 nW/cm²) and goes as high as 14.8 V/m (= 580 mW/m² = 58 µW/cm²). Broad frequency range too: 700 MHz to 6 GHz digital or analog signals with whip antenna supplied. ±3.5dBm accuracy. Includes sound feature.
Includes removeable stubby antenna with SMA connection. Requires one 9V battery. CE. Model ED85EXS.
Can be used with 8 GHz Basic RF Meter or High Frequency Meter (or other RF meter with SMA connection) to measure the magnetic field component of the signal in the near field (up close to the source of radiation). Useful from 800 MHz to 2.4 GHz. Great for checking cell phones, wifi, DECT, Blue Tooth and more. Also useful for checking the near field shielding effectiveness of your shielding items (such as cell phone shields). SMA male connector, 50 Ohm impedence. Only 8 cm long. Meter not included.
Designed for quick measurement of high frequency (RF) field strength and frequency of the primary signal. It has broad bandwidth (100MHz to 8GHz), high sensitivity (-55dBm to 0dBm) and fast response time. Great for smart meters, wi-fi, cellphones and most wireless devices you would find around the home or office. Large LCD display gives lots of information including rolling history of last 32 readings. Internal antenna. Uses 2x AA batteries, not included.
Peak power measurement: 0.5 µW/m² to 1800 mw/m² (14 mV/m to 26.29 V/m)
The Acoustimeter is a user-friendly accurate RF measurement instrument which provides LED light and LCD text displaying peak, peak hold, and average levels of radio frequency electromagnetic fields, covering the spectrum from TETRA all the way up to and beyond the 5.6 GHz WiFi and WiMax frequencies. It has a digital readout which is sensitive 0.02 V/m - 6.00 V/m and a sound output enabling you to hear the signal modulation. These features make the instrument the most useful one available to even those with severe electrosensitivity.
The Acoustimeter has been designed to enable you to make a quick and informed judgement regarding the level and nature of microwave signals in your environment. It is a broadband instrument that accurately measures the totality of the radiation in the range 200 MHz to about 8000 MHz (8 GHz), which covers the frequencies used by most modern communication systems encountered in our everyday environment. The Acoustimeter was designed using the experience gained from many years of practical RF and microwave measurements.
The readings are shown on both an LCD display and two series of graduated LED lights. The LEDs update rapidly, and allow you to quickly gauge the levels in an area and find any hot-spots. The LCD display offers high accuracy with a lower update speed, giving you time to take note of the readings. It also has a speaker (and audio output socket for headphones or to feed to an audio recorder), allowing you to determine, with a small amount of practice, what type of device is creating the levels that are present. The sounds made by different transmitters can change with time, so these are meant as a rough guide only. If you are subject to a number of sources of RF, the sounds may intermingle and be less easily identified. If you need a carry case, it can be ordered seperately. 2 year mfr warranty.
The internal PCB antenna is at the top rear of the case. Signals are best measured with the source behind the instrument, but also quite good with the source to one or other side (particularly the left side away from the switches and volume control). It under-reads if the source is in front of the meter as the LCD display acts as an RF screen.
Includes Enhanced RF Mode in which only RF is measured using all 15 LEDs. Gives greater range and greater resolution. Sources detected by ESI 24: cell phone towers, cordless phones, wireless LAN, Wi-Fi systems, power lines, electrical installations and appliances, baby monitors and alarms, microwave ovens, cell phones, etc.
Operates for about 10 hours on one 9V battery (included). 2 year warranty.
High Precision, Professional Quality
This meter is specially designed for measuring or monitoring RF emissions from microwave ovens reliably. Calibrated specifically for the 2.45 GHz frequency range used by ovens.
Measurement range 0 to 1.999 mW/cm² with 0.001 resolution. Built in audible alarm at 1 mW/cm². Best of all, the sensor is located 5 cm (2 inches) from the top of the unit so it completely takes the guesswork out of where to position the meter. Simply touch the top of the meter to the oven door/seal/window and make accurate, repeatable readings. Includes Peak Hold feature to capture the highest reading.
Will also measure 2.45 GHz (±50 MHz) frequencies from other analog signal sources. Has residual sensitivity from 30 MHz to 3 GHz so other frequencies can be detected, but for reference only. Requires one 9V battery. 1 year wty.
In this book, internationally respected EMF measurement expert Hubert Trzaska discusses the specific problems of EMF measurements in the often confusing near field and the main factors limiting measurement accuracy. Book describes methods that provide accurate data to aid the development of new, improved standards. Measuring methods are examined for electric fields and magnetic fields; measurement discussions include power density and photonic EMF measurements. 232 pages, 2001
With RF-id SOLO you can simultaneously and instantly confirm exact frequencies and signal strength of a nearby RF transmitter.
The RF-id SOLO works with both digital and analog single carrier transmissions from 50MHz to 2.5GHz (provided that the transmissions are not spread-spectrum or frequency hopping). Factory calibrated to an amazing 10Hz resolution!
Simple to use, hand-held and perfectly portable, less than 3½ x 2 inches. And not just for commercial RFID tag uses! Check wireless microphones, belt pack transmitters, assisted listening devices, wireless intercoms, cell phones, wi-fi and much more. Even hunt for covert listening devices!
- RF-id Solo confirms frequency of the signal
The RF-id SOLOTM is designed for ‘Near Field’ measurements only. The input of the RF-id SOLO has been attenuated to a minimum measurement level of -40dbm (1uW) and any signals below this level will not be measured. The RF-id SOLO’s maximum input level is +40dbm (10W). 1 year warranty.
Want to know the frequency of RF sources? Here’s a handy unit that’s priced right. The Broadcast Frequency Counter is an excellent economical choice for 2 big reasons: it offers both a frequency counter and bargraph type field strength meter. 7 digit display gives plenty of information about the predominant incoming frequency and the very low (<5 mV) nominal input sensitivity provides stable readings even with smaller injected signals. Covers the entire frequency range of 30 MHz - 2.8 GHz for digital, on/off keying, and analog signals. Telescoping antenna included, but this 50 ohm input unit can also be attached to other antennas or line with BNC connector (maximum input is 15 dBm). Powered by 9 VDC wall plug adapter/charger (included) or 5-hour built-in NiCd battery. 1 yr mfr wty.
Note: The sensitivity for broadcast signals is low. In other words, the broadcast signal must be quite strong to register on the bargraph.
We couldn’t believe our eyes when we saw what this beauty can do: display frequency spectrum, including carrier and modulated wave, display Spread Spectrum activity if that exists, and show bandwidth to monitor frequency crowding, frequency deviation from expected, etc.
What does that mean? It means you can see what frequencies are present and the strength of each signal. Check cell phones, wi-fi, cordless phones, FM radio, CB radio, and a wide range of other wireless signals. Covers 15MHz-2700MHz (1kHz resolution) with no gaps, and with excellent dynamic range (-115dBm to 0dBm). High capacity Lithium polymer (included) for 16+ hours of continuous run, rechargeable by USB. Peak Max and Hold, Normal, Overwrite and Averaging modes. Can even connect to your PC! (USB cable not included) Lifetime free firmware upgrades. Pocket size and light weight, completely portable, solid aluminum metal case. Two separate SMA inputs and two antennas supplied:
milliWatt = 10-3 Watt
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