3-Axis Radio Frequency meter 50MHz-3.5GHz

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  • 3-Axis Radio Frequency meter 50MHz-3.5GHz


    Price: AUD$188.00188.00


    This 3- Axis RF meter is a great tool for finding radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic fields (also known as electro-smog or pollution) in your environment. Sources of radio frequencies include mobile phones mobile phone towers / masts, tablets, Wi-Fi routers and devices, Bluetooth, cordless phones, smart meters, baby monitors, communication towers, etc, with many new devices coming on to the market all the time. 

    This EMF/RF Field Strength Meter is for monitoring high frequency radiation with 50MHz to 3.50GHz measuring range is designed to measure the electromagnetic field value of the Radio Frequency. The It can do a non-directional (isotropic) measurement with three-channel measurement sensor. The non-directional electric field and high sensitivity also allow measurements of electric field in TEM cell and absorber rooms. Its highly dynamic with its three-channel digital results processing. It is calibrated precisely on 50MHz to 3.50GHz frequency value.

    It has configurable alarm threshold, memory function, overload & low battery indication and an adjustable auto power off and memory recall functions. With User-friendly interface that makes it easy and safe to operate. Instantaneous value, maximum value measured or average value can also be set to show on screen.

    The meter can be used to indicate the electromagnetic pollution generated artificially and can be used for all types of radio broadcasting and TV transmitters that produce electromagnetic fields, and also can be used in industry, business and home where they affect us even if our senses perceive nothing.

    For RF Meter Instructions CLICK HERE

    Building biologists generally measure EMF's in three different ways:
    1)  AC Magnetic Fields - with a Gauss Meter
    2)  Radio Frequencies - with a Radio Frequency (RF) Meter
    3)  AC Electrical Fields - measuring body voltage with a Multimeter

    For more information on How To Measure EMF/EMR CLICK HERE


    • High frequency (RF) electromagnetic wave field strength measurement
    • Mobile phone base station antenna radiation power density measurement
    • Wireless communication application (CW, TDWA, GSM, DECT)
    • RF power measurement for transmitters
    • Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) detection and installation
    • Spy camera, wireless bug finder
    • Cellular/Cordless phone radiation safety level
    • Bluetooth
    • Microwave oven leakage
    • Personal living environment EMF safety
    • High dynamic range due to three-channel digital results processing


    • 50MHz to 3.50GHz frequency range
    • For isotropic measurements of electromagnetic fields
    • Non-directional (isotropic) measurement with three-chnnels measurement sensor
    • High dynamic range due to three-channels digital results processing
    • Configurable alarm threshold and memory function
    • Easy & safe to use
    • Low battery indicator
    • Overload indication


    • Measurement Range: 38mV to 11V/m
    • Display: 3-3/4 digits LCD maximum reading 3999
    • Frequency Range: 50MHz~3.5GHz
    • Measurement Units: mV/m, V/m, µA/m, mA/m, µW/m2, mW/m2, µW/cm2
    • Display Resolution: 0.1mV/m, 0.1µA/m, 0.001µW/m2, 0.001µW/cm2
    • Directional Characteristic: Isotropic, Triaxial
    • Setting Time: Typically 2 (0-90% measurement value)
    • Measurement range Selection: one continuous range
    • Manual Date Memory: Records maximum & AVG
    • Display Value: Intantaneous measured value, maximum value, average value or maximum average value
    • Instant Alarm Function: Adjustable threshold with ON/OFF
    • Calibration factor CAL: adjustable
    • Manual data memory and read storage: 200 data sets
    • Memory Recall: Adjustable
    • Audible Alarm: Buzzer
    • Auto Power off: Decide the time 15 minutes, adjustable threshold 0~99 minutes
    • Sampling Time: 1.5 times per second
    • Operating Environment
    • Temperature: 0 ~ 50°C (32 ~ 122°F)
    • RH: Max. 80%RH
    • Operating Storage
    • Temperature: 0 ~ 50°C (32 ~ 122°F)
    • RH: Max. 80%RH
    • Power Supply: 1 x 9V battery
    • Battery: approx. 50hr
    • Weight: approx. 180g
    • Dimension: 220 x 60 x 60mm (including round ball diameter)

    Set Includes 

    • 1 x 3-Axis EMF/RF Field Strength Meter
    • 1 x 9V Battery ( FREE )
    • 1 x Instruction manual
    • Standard Factory Package

    Warranty:   2  years warranty

    This product is manufactured under the strict quality control guidelines established by EN ISO9001-2000 Standards

    Instructions and Recommendations for Using the 3-Axis Radio Frequency Meter 50MHz – 3.5GHz

    This 3-Axis RF meter is a great tool for finding radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic fields (also known as electro-smog or pollution) in your environment. Sources of radio frequencies include mobile phones, tablets, Wi-Fi routers and devices, Bluetooth, cordless phones, smart meters, baby monitors, with many new devices coming on to the market all the time.

    Quick start instructions for using this meter – (More complex instructions from the manufacturer also included in the meters box)

    1/ Insert 9V battery (included in box) by opening the panel at the rear of the meter.

    2/ The accepted measurement for RF in Australia is W/m2 so once you have turned your meter on (green button) push the “Unit Enter” button twice so you are in W/m2 mode.

    The meter will auto-range to whatever level of RF is being detected. For instance:

    • W/m2 indicates you are measuring in Watts per square meter
    • mW/m2 indicates you are measuring in milli-watts per square meter (1000th of a watt)
    • μ   W/m2 indicates you are measuring in micro-watts per square meter (1000 000th of a watt)

    Here is more useful information regarding radio/microwave frequencies

    Radio Frequencies have been classified as a possible carcinogen by the World Health Organization (WHO). 

    In addition to this here is a list of other health disorders that have been linked to RF:

    • Sleep problems (insomnia, difficulty falling asleep, night waking, nightmares)
    • Stress, agitation, anxiety, irritability
    • Headaches, sharp pain or pressure in the head
    • Ringing in the ears, ear pain, high pitched ringing
    • Concentration, memory or learning problems
    • Fatigue, muscle or physical weakness
    • Disorientation, dizziness, or balance problems
    • Eye problems, including eye pain, pressure in the eyes,
    • Cardiac symptoms, heart palpitations, heart arrhythmias, chest pain
    • Leg cramps, or neuropathy
    • Arthritis, body pain, sharp, stabbing pains
    • Nausea, flu-like symptoms
    • Sinus problems, nose bleeds
    • Respiratory problems, cough, asthma
    • Skin rashes, facial flushing
    • Urinary problems
    • Endocrine disorders, thyroid problems, diabetes
    • High blood pressure
    • Changes in menstrual cycle
    • Hyperactivity or changes in children’s behavior
    • Seizures
    • Recurrence of cancer

     Once you know the sources of RF in your environment you can take action to minimize your exposure to them.                                                     

    Exposure Standards for Radio Frequencies

    For radio frequenices between 3KHz and 300GHz many countries including Australia have adopted standards set by the International Commission on Non-Ionising Radiation (ICNIRP) which have been endorsed by WHO.

    There are two ways to measure Radiofrequency/microwaves

    1/ Near Field Exposure, is used to calculate the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR), which is the rate at which mobile phone users absorb energy from the handset. Measuring near field exposure is very complex and requires sophisticated and expensive equipment and calculations. It is measured in watts per kilogram of tissue.  N.B. this 3-axis meter will not measure near field exposure

     2/ Far Field Exposure which measures radio/microwaves at a distance such as from cordless phone base stations, wireless routers etc. The commonly accepted standard for measurement is watts per  square metre (W/m2) – N.B This 3-axis RF meter will measure far field exposure

     Here are the exposure guidelines set by ICNIRP and adopted by ARPANSA (Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency)

    Frequency Range

    Public Exposure Limit

    Occupational Exposure Limit


    • 900MHz
    • 1800MHz

    4.5 W/m2 (4.5 million μW/m2)

    9 W/m2 (9 million μW/m2)

    22.5 W/m2 (22.5 million μW/m2)

    45 W/m2 (45 million μW/m2)

    3 G Base Stations

    • 2100 MHz


    10 W/m2 (10 million μW/m2)




    4 G Base Stations

    • 900 MHz


    4.5 W/m2 (4.5 million μW/m2)





    Please note the above standards have been heavily influenced by industry and are completely inadequate according to many experts. For more information on the dodgy processes used to set standards in industry we recommend reading “The Procrustean Approach” By Don Maisch PhD – It can be downloaded from the internet as a PDF.

     The Australian College of Environmental Sciences www.aces.edu.au recommends the following levels of RF for living spaces.


    Living Area

    Sleeping Area

    Pulsed Radio Frequency/ Microwaves

    < 10 μW/m2

    < 5 μW/m2

     As you can see Building Biology Standards are millions of times lower than those set by authorities.

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