Pfullingen, Germany — The selective radiation meter from Narda Safety Test Solutions, designated SRM-3006, has been specially designed for environmental and safety measurements in electromagnetic fields. With its isotropic (non-directional) measuring antennas, it covers the entire frequency range from 9 kHz to 6 GHz.
Its range of applications includes safety investigations in the near field range of long wave transmitters, through to measurements on radio and TV broadcasters, and right up to exposure level measurements on the latest generation of mobile communications services.
The combination of measuring set and antenna is designed for outdoor use: robust, splash-proof housing, batteries that can be replaced on-site, results stored with date, time and GPS coordinates, and a voice recorder for spoken comments all simplify everyday tasks in the field or on antenna towers. Pre-programmed test routines prevent mistakes and save time and money.
Tailored operating modes support the special measurement tasks. "Safety Evaluation" mode automatically summarizes the selectively measured values as individual and overall results for separate channels, for an entire service or for one provider, as well as for the overall exposure level at the location. Another operating mode records the real-time variation in field exposure, for instance. The instrument displays all results in physical units or directly as a percentage of the permitted limit value. The weighting curves for all current safety standards are stored in the instrument for this purpose.
All measuring instruments and antennas are calibrated, traceable to national and international standards, so they deliver reliable and reproducible results.
For further information visit www.narda-sts.de.