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One Meter Measures 3 Fields

The EMF AF-5000 Tri-Field Meter is designed to measure three distinct types of electromagnetic fields: Radio Frequency (RF), Magnetic Fields, and Electric Fields. With its user-friendly interface and intuitive display, this meter enables users to accurately assess their exposure to various EMF sources in their environment.

The RF mode detects and quantifies radio frequency signals emitted by wireless devices, while the Magnetic Fields mode measures the strength of magnetic fields from power lines, appliances, and electronics. Additionally, the Electric Fields mode detects and measures electric fields originating from wiring, appliances, and other sources.

Features / Coverage Range

  • Large Bright LCD Screen
  • Bar Graph Display
  • Data Hold (HOLD)
  • Language Selection
  • Low Battery Indicator
  • Sound Alarm
  • Danger Level Color Indication
  • Battery life approximately 8 hours
  • Electric Fields: 50-2000V/m
  • Electromagnetic Fields: 2/20/200μT
  • Radio Frequency Fields: 50MHz~10GHz

 

Who Utilizes an EMF Meter?

 

 

EMF meters empower individuals to make informed decisions about managing their exposure to different types of electromagnetic fields for their personal well-being.

  1.  Workplace Safety: EMF meters are often used in industrial settings to assess the levels of EMF radiation around machinery, equipment, and power lines, ensuring compliance with safety regulations.
  2. Environmental Monitoring: EMF meters can be used to assess the levels of EMF radiation in specific environments, such as residential areas, schools, hospitals, and public spaces.This can help identify potential exposure concerns.

  3. Health Concerns: Individuals who are concerned about electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) can use EMF meters to measure radiation levels in their living spaces and make adjustments to reduce exposure.

Applications for EMF Assessment and Use

Discover diverse applications of EMF meters: assessing radiation from cell towers, devices like cell phones, smart meters, and transformers, ensuring workplace safety, monitoring environmental exposure, and addressing health concerns. These tools play a crucial role in understanding and managing electromagnetic fields.

      RF Mode: Detects Signals Emitted Wirelessly by Various Devices

Cell Towers

 

Mesuring the electromagnetic radiation emitted by cell towers, including the newer 5G towers. This can help individuals and regulatory bodies assess the levels of exposure in different areas.

Smart Meters

 

Smart meters used for electricity, gas, and water monitoring emit electromagnetic radiation. EMF meters can measure the radiation levels near smart meters and help people understand their exposure.



Microwave Ovens

 

Measure the radiation leakage from microwave ovens.

 

 

 

 

WiFi Modems

 

Measure the radiofrequency radiation emitted by WiFi modems, routers, and Bluetooth devices. This can help individuals optimize the placement of these devices to minimize exposure.

Cell Phones

 

Measure the radiation emitted by cell phones or Cordless phones. This can help individuals choose cell phones with lower radiation levels or adopt safer usage habits.

Cordless Phones

 

Cordless phones emit electromagnetic radiation, especially when in use. EMF meters can be used to measure the radiation levels from cordless phones and encourage safer usage habits.

 

MF and EF Mode: Functions as a Gaussmeter, Detecting Magnetic and Electric Fields from Different Sources

 

Electrical Wires

Measure the magnetic fields generated by electrical wires, transformers, and other electrical equipment. This is useful for identifying areas with high levels of magnetic fields, which could impact human health or interfere with sensitive equipment.

Solar Panels

Solar panels and associated equipment can produce electromagnetic fields. EMF meters can be used to assess the levels of electromagnetic radiation in the vicinity of solar panel installations.

Electronic Devices

Measure the electromagnetic radiation emitted by various electronic devices, such as Tv's, laptops, tablets, and desktop computers.

High Power Lines

EMF Readings from High-Voltage Power Lines.

Comparison Chart AF-3500 AF-5000

Electrical Fields

Frequency: 50/60Hz

Frequency: 50/60Hz

Electromagnetic Fields

Frequency: 50/60 Hz

Frequency: 50/60Hz

Radio Frequency Fields    

Frequency: 50MHz to 3.5GHz

Frequency: 50MHz to 10GHz

Bar Graph Display

Data Hold (HOLD)

Danger Level Color Indication