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The NBM-520 is a small, light, hand-held meter that directly measures the electromagnetic field strength in the vicinity of transmitters and industrial equipment using suitable probes. Only four buttons are needed to operate it. When linked to the NBM-550 via the optical interface, the NBM-520 can act like an extended probe handle, making it easier to reach awkward corners, or to check the measured value on the display of the NBM-550 before entering an area of high field strength.
Measurements of electric and magnetic field strength
Conforming to ICNIRP 2010
Evaluation of electromagnetic field measurements
Covers 5 Hz to 60 GHz
detects electric fields from 100kHz to 6GHz
measures electromagnetic fields
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