Personal RF Monitor 


Technical Specifications
Frequency range of operation
50 MHz – 60 GHz
Frequency response
Shaped to measure in accordance with
- ICNIRP (2020)
- FCC [NCRP] OET65 (1997)
- EU Directive 2013/35/EU
- Canada Safety Code 6 (2015)
Probe architecture
- Electric (E-) field, 3 x orthogonal axis isotropic for V/m assessment
- Magnetic (H-) field, 3 x orthogonal axis isotropic for A/m assessment
- Combination of (E) & (H) for correct Power density (S) in W/m2 or mW/cm2
- Results displayed as percentage of RF exposure standards
RF Exposure conditions
- Near field (close to antenna), E-field & H-field components unrelated and individually assessed for safety compliance to radiated standards, especially for low frequency FM & Television transmitters
- Far field (further from antenna), E- & H-field related as per free space and assessed accordingly
- Multiple concurrent sources of RF, both near & far field correctly assessed and combined to present a single cumulative result in terms of relevant RF exposure standards.
RF Current sensor (H)
Identify RF currents running on structures through concentrated H fields
- “Hot” guy & anchor wire assessments
- Pre-climb structure RF current check
Sensor polarisation
Spherical dual polarised Isotropic (± 3 dB < 6 GHz)
Probe damage levels
26 dB above Standard | 40 000%
Not suitable for radar applications
Frequency response table
ICNIRP (2020)
Canada SC6 (2015)
50 MHz — 10 GHz
2.0 ± 3.0 dB
2.5 ± 3.5 dB
2.0 ± 3.0 dB
1.0 ± 4.0 dB
10 GHz — 27 GHz
1.0 ± 4.0 dB
1.0 ± 4.0 dB
1.0 ± 4.0 dB
1.0 ± 4.0 dB
27 GHz — 40 GHz
6.0 ± 4.0 dB
6.0 ± 4.0 dB
6.0 ± 4.0 dB
6.0 ± 4.0 dB
40 GHz — 60 GHz
7.5 ± 5.5 dB
7.5 ± 5.5 dB
7.5 ± 5.5 dB
7.5 ± 5.5 dB
Indicators & Alarms
Fall detection & alarm
3-axis accelerometer
- Audio alarm sounded for 2 m | 6 ft free fall
- Alarm can only be cleared by power cycle
Visual RF exposure level indicators*
7 x LED’s
- Percentage of Exposure Reference level
- 2%, 5%, 10%, 25%, 50%, 100%, 200%
100% is exceedance of maximum permissible Occupational exposure
Audio RF exposure level indicators*
    50% (5th LED)
    100% (6th LED)
    200% (7th LED)
4 kHz wind noise rejecting buzzer
- 0.75 Hz beep rate
- 1.5 Hz beep rate
- 3.0 Hz beep rate
Low battery indicator
Battery potential continuously monitored and dedicated low battery warning indicator
Audio recording indicator
Dedicated audio recording indicator
Power on indicator
Pulsing (1 Hz) device ON indicator
Device Tethering Features
Handheld operation
Adjustable wrist strap to avoid dropping device
Remote monitoring
Tripod attachment point ¼”-20 UNC thread
Multi-strapping option
Elastomer strap included for fastening the device to various objects
Harness attachment mechanism
Rapid, one hand operation harness clip with coiled lanyard included to stop inadvertent drops of the device
RF exposure level logging & Audio notes
RF logs stored
- E-field
- H-field
- Maximum
- 6-minute average of Maximum
** all stored as percentage of exposure standard due to wide band shaped probe response
Optional RF logging disablement
RF logs cannot be disabled by user to ensure logs are kept of all exposure conditions
RF log data resolution
1 second resolution always stored
RF logging capacity
Typically, 3-6 months of data in real usage conditions, at 1 second resolution
Audio notes
Optional recording of voice notes once ON, double tap of POWER button initiates recording, single tap ends recording
Up to 7 minutes of combined audio notes recorded and accessible via PC connection only. No inbuilt playback.
Out of memory
Memory never full, circular memory model used to ensure current logs will always be recorded and oldest data overwritten first
Date & Time synchronisation
Synchronise to local date & time via PC software available for download at
PC only, via supplied USB cable
Usage & Maintenance
- Single button for switching device ON & OFF
- Long press prevents accidental power cycle
- Can be operated using thick gloves
- 2x AAA (LR03) Alkaline batteries & 2x spare batteries
- Intentionally non-recharging to mitigate risks associated with accelerated self-discharge rates of rechargeable batteries in cold climates, and travel/freight restrictions classifying as dangerous goods
Battery life
6-12 months on average usage
Battery replacement
Easily accessible compartment using 2 x M2 threaded screws
Recommended two-yearly calibration
Mechanical & Environmental considerations
Device dimensions
146 x 26 x 42 mm | 5.7 x 1 x 1.7 inches
Weight (including batteries)
115 g | 0.25 lb
IEC 60529 enclosure rating
IP64 (battery cap closed) Rain & dust sealed
Impact protection (IK) according to EN/IEC 62262(2002)
Operating temperature
-20 °C to 50 °C | -4 °F to 122 °F
Rugged re-usable zipper case with foamed PU insert ensures safe storage and
transport of device
User manual
Multi-language user manual included together with calibration certificate
Find a Distributor
Please give us a call on  (312) 260-6055 or visit any of our direct suppliers below.

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