Health & Safety
Radman – More Than a Monitor for Safety in Electromagnetic Fields
Apr 01 2008
Small and practical radiation monitors worn directly on the body are used for personal safety in strong electromagnetic fields. Visual and acoustic warning signals alert the user when threshold values are
exceeded, for example during service work on transmitting equipment for radio relay, satellite and broadcast communications as well as radar and
telecommunication facilities. Narda Safety Test Solutions, the world-wide leader in the area of the measurement and analysis of electromagnetic fields, offers the RadMan personal monitor with additional functional options. RadMan has been designed for daily
use, not just as a warning and monitoring device, but also for detecting leaks in antenna cables.
The sensors are integrated in an orthogonal pattern, which allows them to measure electrical fields (up to 40 GHz) and magnetic fields (up to 1 GHz) separately and independently of direction. This makes it simple and quick to test the EMF situation in the workplace at any time. RadMan is also an excellent tool for finding leaks in cables and power supplies for antenna connections.
This application can also be improved by using RadMan with an extension rod. These additional functions are possible thanks to the unique design of the device.
Simply by moving the yellow absorber cap to a different socket, RadMan can be transformed from a "Personal Monitor" into a handy pre-tester and leak detector.
Monitors in the RadMan range are also available as an "XT" version with a long-term data memory for monitoring and recording the minimum, maximum and average radiation levels. With the help of analysis
software it is also possible to evaluate the results as easy-to-read graphics or tables.
Further information about the RadMan range, possible functions and accessories is available at www.narda-sts.com
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