ENVIONIC FIELD ANALYZERS
The Field Analyzers have been developed with the help of a number of Dutch experts. A number of affordable meters have been developed that offer many options and are easy to use.
HIGH FREQUENCY FIELDS
The high frequency fields can be measured by all Field Analyzers. The main causes of these types of fields are:
- The base stations of a DECT cordless telephones (radiate 24 hours a day, even if you do not call them)
- Radio masts for GSM or UMTS mobile phones
- Wireless WLAN internet networks in your home or office
- Mobile phone
- Microwave oven
All models have a wide frequency range (up to 6 GHz), and can also measure the frequency of the signal (see manual).
The model FA845 offers a built-in spectrum analyzer with enormous sensitivity, and also offers all the possibilities of the FA735.
All Field Analyzers can also emit the radiation as sound and remember the highest measured value. In addition, models FA725, FA735, and FA845 write all measured values on a memory card, along with date and time.
Because these meters store the measured values, and they can be connected to an AC adapter, it is also possible to leave the meter on, for example, for 24 hours to see whether a maximum has occurred during the day or night.
LOW FREQUENT FIELDS
Low frequency fields can also cause complaints. These fields can be measured by the Field Analyzers FA730, FA735 and FA845 (there are almost no other meters that can measure both high and low frequency fields). There are two types of low-frequency fields:
- Low-frequency electric fields
- Low-frequency magnetic fields
Operation of the Field Analyzers is simple. After switching on and selecting the type of measurement, the meter immediately shows the intensity of the radiation. It is not necessary to check buttons or settings for this.
The settings that are made are visible in the display, so that the setting is always visible together with the measured value. This reduces the chance that you misinterpret the reading because the instrument is set differently than you think.
The measured values that are safe according to the well-known German standard SBM2015 can be called up at the touch of a button, so that it is easy to see whether these values have been exceeded.