EMF Electromagnetic Radiation Detector LCD Digital EMF Meter Dosimeter Tester DT1130
Description: EMF Electromagnetic Radiation Detector LCD Digital Meter
Ideal for household appliances, office, computer room, control room, cables, power cables, monitors, etc.
To measure electromagnetic radiation from cell phones, copiers, fax machines, air conditioners, refrigerators, etc.
Click here for an informative Healthline article about Electromagnetic Frequencies.
Display: 3 semi liquid crystal display, maximum read low frequency: 1999V / M frequency: 1999μW/cm2
Level: low frequency: V / m, high-frequency: – μW / cm2
Measuring time intervals: 0.4 seconds
Power supply: 9V Battery(Not included for safe transportation)
Frequency range: 50MHz-2000MHz
Operating temperature:-15 ° C to 60 ° C.
Dimensions: 132 X 69 X 29mm
Note: Radiation from computers and cordless phones may not register due to low emission.
1 x Radiation monitor
1 x user manual with English
Types of EMF exposure
In between ELF radiation and high-energy radiation on the spectrum are other types of non-ionizing radiation, like:
- radiofrequency (RF) radiation
- visible light
Electric and magnetic fields join as one field in most forms of radiation. The result is called an electromagnetic field (EMF).
But the electric and magnetic fields in ELF radiation can act independently. So we use the terms “magnetic field” and “electric field” to refer to these two different fields in ELF radiation.
In summary, here are the two types of EMFs that you might be exposed to:
- High-frequency EMFs. This is the ionizing type of radiation. Scientific literature agrees that large exposures can damage DNA or cellsTrusted Source. Medical devices like X-ray imaging machines and CT scans produce low levels of this type of radiation. Other sources include gamma radiation from radioactive elements and UV radiation from either tanning beds or the sun.
- Low- to mid-frequency EMFs. This is the non-ionizing type of radiation. It’s mild and thought to be harmless to people. Household appliances like microwave ovens, cellphones, hair dryers, and washing machines, as well as power lines and MRIs, produce this type of radiation. This category of EMFs includes extremely low frequency EMFs (ELF-EMFs) and radiofrequency EMFs (RF-EMFs).