The SMP2 is an ideal EMF measurement system for analysing magnetic and electric fields in public spaces and workplaces. The variety of probes which can be used with the SMP2 make this system unique as it performs, in a simple and precise way, measurements covering both the low and high frequency ranges.
Mobile telephony, radio and television transmission are now commonplace around the world. These technologies rely upon an extensive network of fixed antennas, or base stations, transmitting information with radio frequency (RF) signals. Millions of base stations exist worldwide and the number is increasing significantly with the introduction of new generation wireless technologies.
The SMP2 is an ideal instrument to measure and survey the population exposure to these high frequency electromagnetic emissions in public and private environments. The supply (generation and distribution) of electricity is one of the leading sources of low frequency electromagnetic fields. They are present, to differing degrees, practically everywhere in our surroundings: at work, at home, in schools, in hospitals, and so on, and even outdoors in places near high and medium voltage power grids and other services, such as railways.
Some examples of low frequency EMFs include power plants, transformers, power lines, electric motors, power machinery and equipment, railway power lines, and so on. Taking measurements with the SMP2 is the easiest, fastest and best way to check field levels and compare the results with legal limits or standards.