Datalogging with FieldSENSE

So affordable, every worker can carry one

Published: 2nd March 2020

Only RF monitor you will ever need

Covers all typical television and FM radio broadcast services and all mobile telecommunications services amongst others.

E & H fields measured

In order to accurately assess a given exposure situation, both H and E fields are measured.

Shaped response

The exposure limits, such as the FCC (NCRP), SC6 or ICNIRP are ALL shaped over frequency and as such PPE must also have a shaped probe response to accurately measure in accordance with it.

Isotropic

The FieldSENSE 2.0 has a total of 6 orthogonal E & H field probes to ensure that the combination of all sources of radiation from all angles are correctly measured and assessed in accordance with the safety limits.

The FieldSENSE 2.0 now 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.

Data logging

The FieldSENSE 2.0 now 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.

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