Our Most Popular RF Meter - Measures Radio Frequency / Microwave Radiation (800MHz – 2.7 GHz) Audio Signal Analysis, 10 times more sensitive than the HF32D, Peak and Average Settings.
Are You Ready For a Meter with More Complex RF Detection Capabilities Without Giving Up the 'Easy Use' and 'Simplified Source Identification' Features of the HF32D?
10 Times the measurement sensitivity of a Beginner Level Meter (HF32D)
A Coarse measurement range and Fine measurement range provide added value when needing to assess RF emissions
Coarse range covers stronger readings of 1 - 1999 µW/m²
Fine measurement range of 0.1 - 199.9 µW/m² offers higher sensitivity and allows for accurate detection of lower level signals
Increased sensitivity translates into detection of sources otherwise missed by our competitor’s RF detection equipment
Professional Level Upgrades:
Audio Identification: The meter's audio tone replicates the signal patterns and intensity of measured RF emissions and aids in source identification
Peak Settings and Average Settings: While measurements taken on the Average Value setting provide a basic sense of RF levels at a test site, the Peak Value setting reveals the highest levels of RF being emitted. The Peak Value is regarded as the measurement critical to assessing potential biological effects
Also offers the features of the HF32D:
Easy to operate, power the unit on, selecting measurement settings and recording the LCD displayed readings as you walk the meter through your living space
Accessorized with a sturdy Logarithmic–Periodic Antenna, designed for directional detection of RF waves. Readings increase when the meter gets closer to or points in the direction of offending sources
Detects both analogue and pulsed digital signals (1 – 1999 µW/m²)
Detects RF radiation generated by cellular phones and cordless phones (Digital or DECT); microwave ovens; wireless communication devices such as internet routers, WLAN, Wi-Fi, baby monitors, Bluetooth, video games, smart meters and cell phone towers in the operational range of 800 MHz to 2.7 GHz (GSM, UMTS, 2G, 3G, 4G)