FieldSENSE RF Monitors


FieldSENSE produce the next generation of Personal RF Monitors specifically designed for protecting personnel working near broadcast and telecommunications transmitting antennas from EMF overexposure.

FieldSENSE

FieldSENSE

FieldSENSE produce the next generation of Personal RF Monitors specifically designed for protecting personnel working near broadcast and telecommunications transmitting antennas from EMF overexposure.

About FieldSENSE

FieldSENSE have two products, the FieldSENSE 2.0 and the FieldSENSE 60. The FieldSENSE 2.0 has an advanced E & H field data logger which records all your measurements so that you can access them easily over a USB connection to your PC in the office. You can even view data real-time over the USB connection with the PC application.

FieldSENSE Products

Finance Your FieldSENSE Test Equipment

Renting your FieldSENSE equipment from MCS enables you to obtain the equipment you need now, without needing to rely on capital budget, compromise on quality, or spread the acquisition of multiple items over a number of years. We have a number of flexible finance packages available:


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Rent to Buy

  • Spread payments up to five years
  • treat payments as operating expenses
  • rental payments count towards purchase
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Flexible Finance

  • 0% finance options available
  • Up to 60 months
  • Available on all equipment
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Operating Lease

  • Low rate for committed term
  • Low payments each month
  • Available on all equipment

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