Continuous measurement of electromagnetic fields

A permanent monitoring system that allows on-going scrutiny of the emission levels of any source of electromagnetic radiation (mobile telephone antennas, WiFi, high-voltage power lines, etc.) and verification that they meet the safety standards established by the competent authorities and regulations in each country.

The measurements taken can be published via the Internet to the different stakeholder communities.

  • 24/365 Monitoring
    Guaranteed autonomy with the “Smart Energy” function (AC + solar panel + battery)
  • Broadband measurements
    Up to 3 kHz in LF and 40 GHz in HF
  • IP 66 environmental protection
    Resistant to extreme weather conditions
  • Compliance with ITU-T K.83
    Direct, easy and comprehensible comparison with regulated limits
  • Easy installation
    Accessories for easy installation in different surroundings
  • Control Centre
    Server for equipment management and public web page

Specifications

Sensor type
  • Isotropic, RMS.
  • Simultaneous 3-axis measurement
Probe system Interchangeable, 10 Hz to 40 GHz
Sampling frequency 500 ms
Averaging 6-minute sliding window
Data retention period
  • Online: 30, 60 minutes
  • Offline: configurable from 1 second to 60 minutes
Memory Eeprom + MicroSD
Wireless communications
  • GPRS modem
  • GPRS/3G (modem online) Modem radiation rejection
Programmable alarms Field level, low battery, hibernation, opening, calibration, communication error, probe error, temperature
Operating log Temperature, communications, power supply, operating modes, etc.
Power supply
  • AC 110-220V
  • 12V DC, Solar Panel, Battery
Battery life > 10 days (without sun)
Watchdog Smart power control unit
Dimensions 253 mm x 292 mm x 385 mm
Weight 3.6 kg (including solar panel)
Environmental protection IP66 / Installation kits
Installation kits Wall, mast or tripod
GPS High-sensitivity WGS84 device (built-in)

Product specifications and descriptions in this document subject to change without notice

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