The WaveMon LF-400 is a unique, low frequency exposimeter that warns the user of high level of exposure to low frequency magnetic fields (0 Hz) and AC magnetic fields (10 Hz to 400 kHz). Warnings are given as a percentage of exposure to a defined limit of a specific standard. It can work with general public or occupational limits.
The WaveMon LF-400 low frequency exposimeter has a datalogger for continuous data recording.
Communication with the device is through a USB port that allows you to configure the device and download the recorded data. This makes it easy to create reports and allows you to keep a record of your exposure data for your safety.
Main features include:
Conforms to international electromagnetic field safety standards
H/B-field measurements from 0 Hz to 400 kHz
Weighted response for direct comparison with the standard limit
High intensity audible, visible and vibration alarms
Customisable alarm threshold
Optional GPS and altimeter
Datalogger to report and record data
USB for PC connection to parameterise and download data
Small and lightweight
Powered by 2 standard disposable or rechargeable (via USB port) batteries
STATIC FIELD DETECTION 0 Hz - Isotropic hall effect sensor
LOW FREQUENCY DETECTION 10 Hz to 400 kHz - Isotropic coil-based sensor
ACCORDING TO ICNIRP GUIDELINES For general public and occupational exposure
EXPOSIMETER WITH DATALOGGER Data collecting and Reporting
GPS AND ALTIMETER Geolocation of measurements
HIGH INTENSITY AUDIBLE, VISIBLE AND VIBRATORY ALARM With user definable trigger threshold
The WaveMon LF-400 allows workers and general public to stay safe from overexposure in environments such as high-voltage towers, large power transformers or hospitals with MRI equipment, among others. In addition, it warns the users wearing pacemakers or other AIMDs about potentially dangerous magnetic fields.
The WaveMon LF-400 is the perfect LF personal monitor for the following areas:
Electricity production and distribution
Installation and maintenance
Transport and traction systems (railway)
Hospitals. MRI equipment
Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) systems, metal detectors and RFID systems