EMF Meters & Antennas

60 EMF Meters & Antennas from 10 manufacturers listed on everything RF

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Description:EMF Measurement System from 9 kHz to 6 GHz
Type:
Meter+Probe/Antenna
Field:
Electric and Magnetic Field
Frequency:
9 kHz to 6 GHz
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Description:LASER Powered E-Field Probe from 20 MHz to 10 GHz
Type:
Probe/Antenna
Field:
Electric Field
Frequency:
20 MHz to 10 GHz
Damage Level (CW):
1000 V/m
Measurement ranges:
1 to 750 V/m
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Description:Electromagnetic Field Meter from DC to 90 GHz
Type:
Meter
Field:
Electric and Magnetic Field
Frequency:
DC to 90 GHz
Weight:
695 gm
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Description:Portable Field Strength Meter for Telecommunication
Type:
Meter
Field:
Electric and Magnetic Field
Frequency:
100 kHz to 3 GHz
Weight:
3 kg
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Description:RF Field Strength Meter from 10 MHz to 8 GHz
Type:
Meter+Probe/Antenna
Field:
Electric and Magnetic Field
Frequency:
10 MHz to 8 GHz
Weight:
Approx. 400g
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Description:10 kHz to 6 GHz 3D E-Field Analyzer
Type:
Meter+Probe/Antenna
Field:
Electric Field
Frequency:
10 kHz to 6 GHz
Damage Level (CW):
10 to 40 kV/m
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Description:RF EMF Strength Meter from 10 MHz to 8 GHz
Type:
Meter+Probe/Antenna
Field:
Electric and Magnetic Field
Frequency:
10 MHz to 8 GHz
Weight:
8.8oz (250g)
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Description:Electromagnetic Field Strength Meter from DC to 40 GHz
Type:
Meter, Meter+Probe/Antenna
Field:
Electric and Magnetic Field
Operating Range:
DC to 40 GHz
Weight:
630 g
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Description:2 MHz to 60 GHz Isotropic Electric Field Probe for 5G Applications
Type:
Probe/Antenna
Field:
Electric Field
Frequency:
2 MHz to 60 GHz
Measurement ranges:
4 to 1000 V/m
Weight:
0.17 lb (76 g)
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Description:3.6 to 8 GHz, EMF Meter
Type:
Meter
Frequency:
3.6 to 8 GHz
Weight:
3.3 kg (6.6 lb)
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What are EMF Meters and Antennas?

An EMF meter is an instrument that is used with an electromagnetic (EM) sensor (antenna/probe) for measuring EM fields in the environment surrounding electronic devices and electric installations. EMF meter and antenna systems are available to measure electric field (V/m), magnetic field (µA/m to A/m), and electric/magnetic field strength. These systems help manage the radiation power from various equipment in the surroundings to ensure the government-specified limits are met.

EMF meter generally consists of amplifiers, comparators, ADC, a micro-chip processor and is used with an EMF antenna/probe (acts as the EM sensor) to perform EMF measurements. An EMF antenna/probe comprises a sensor (usually an isotropic antenna), a preamplifier, a transmission line, and a connector. Some EMF meters may use an inbuilt sensor (coil as an antenna) for measurement.

These systems are available in single-axis and tri-axis categories. The single-axis EMF uses an EM sensor that can measure one dimension of the EMF at a time. Thus, to obtain a full measurement, a single-axis meter needs to be tilted and turned on all three axes.  A tri-axis EMF meter uses tri-axis measurement probe/antenna; thus, it measures all three axes (X, Y, Z) simultaneously; hence EMF measurement can be completed faster.

EMF meter and antenna systems are ideal for measuring radiation from power lines, electrical appliances, computers, high voltage cables, industrial devices, and base stations. They are also used in locating RF hotspots, wireless networks (Wi-Fi) RF detection, microwave leakage detection, and EMC test applications.

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