What amount of EMF is hazardous to my health?
|2000 MHz (2 GHz)|
|Magnetic (mG)||Electric (V/m)||RF (mW/m²)|
 SanPiN 184.108.40.2062-00, Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for residential buildings and premises
 GB 8702-2014, Controlling limits for electromagnetic environment
 ICNIRP GUIDELINES FOR LIMITING EXPOSURE TO TIME‐VARYING ELECTRIC AND MAGNETIC FIELDS (1HZ – 100 kHZ)
 ICNIRP GUIDELINES FOR LIMITING EXPOSURE TO TIME‐VARYING ELECTRIC, MAGNETIC AND ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS (UP TO 300 GHZ)
 IEEE Std C95.6™-2002, IEEE Standard for Safety Levels with Respect to Human Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields, 0-3 kHz
 IEEE Std C95.1™-2005, IEEE Standard for Safety Levels with Respect to Human Exposure to Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Fields, 3 kHz to 300 GHz
What is the difference between the standard and weighted modes?
The standard mode on the TriField EMF Meter measures the actual electric and magnetic field with a flat frequency response. For epistemological scientific applications, the standard frequency mode is applicable.
What is the TF2 sampling rate?
Magnetic: 6.9 kHz
Electric: 50 kHz
RF: 19.2 kHz
Sampling rate is only one tool among many analog and firmware signal processing techniques that result in a stable, high resolution, ideal bandwidth measurement.
The end goal of sampling rate for a scientific instrument is resolution and bandwidth so I would use those two metrics to evaluate a scientific instrument.
It’s completely possible for a device to have a higher sample rate and perform worse than another device with a lower sample rate.
The numerical LCD elements update every 0.25 seconds and the graphical elements update every 0.05 seconds.
What is EMF?
Is there a 50 Hz version?
The meter isn't reading accurately enough.
The TriField EMF Meter is accurate to ±20% of the reading in the Magnetic section. In order to perform a test to see if one TriField EMF Meter is reading similar to another TriField EMF Meter, you will have to put the 1st meter down in one specific location, test, remove the meter, then put the 2nd TriField EMF Meter down in that exact same position without the 1st meter (or any other meters) near. The presence of one meter has the potential to change the reading of another meter. If you are performing the test in this method and you are receiving readings that are more than ±20% different, then there could be something wrong with the meter.
Each TriField EMF Meter is sent out tested and calibrated. Yes, they vary slightly, but, they are all within spec upon shipment. Most customers are concerned with whether or not they are near a high field, not in knowing EXACTLY what that field is.
Can the TF2 measure 5G?
The TF2 RF mode covers up to 6 GHz. All the present 5G deployed in the US is in this frequency range (in fact, it is all below 5 GHz). However, within the next few years, commercial deployment of 5G in the next higher band, a big jump up to 28 GHz, may begin. At present, no RF meter is commercially available that simultaneously detects this high frequency band and the lower frequencies. It is not clear yet whether the 28 GHz band will ever be widely deployed, because there are problems. Chief among the problems is that 28 GHz is very poor at penetrating to the inside of buildings or even through windows. Also it generally has to be line-of-sight.
How will my meter ship?
All other orders are shipped by DHL Express.