Electromagnetic radiation monitor

Tuesday, 16 December, 2003 | Supplied by: Air Met Scientific Pty Ltd



The RadMan XT high-frequency electromagnetic radiation personal monitor is small and compact. It alerts the user through visual and acoustic warning signals when exposure to electromagnetic fields exceed threshold values.

The monitor can be worn directly on the body or used as a handheld detector to check for leaks and make quick pre-tests of electromagnetic field exposure.

The RadMan XT is suitable for individuals working in areas with the potential for exposure to strong electromagnetic field levels. In particular, the monitor is suitable for personnel working near high-frequency antennas on building roofs.

The monitor has been designed for daily use, consuming very little power unless in alarm mode. It records the minimum, average and maximum radiation levels, with the datalogger capable of logging more than 1600 sets of data. Using optional software, data can be downloaded and analysed. An 'ELF immune' version is also available for use in close proximity to utility power lines (50/60 Hz).

Online: www.airmet.com.au
Phone: 03 8878 3300
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