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Low frequency detector (phone, television, and so on...)

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Low frequency detector (phone, television, and so on...)

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The magnetic electrical detector, according to the antenna used makes visible and audible fields of low frequency electrical and magnetic dispersion of the supply network of various electrical equipment.
He is small, manageable and light. The use of this device is simple, it can be used everywhere. Due to certain technical devices, it is protected against any overload.
The magnetic electrical detector directly indicates the measured value and its sound intensity varies automatically according to the intensity of the field. This facilitates search and localization operations.
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The device is effective wherever a low-frequency dispersion field has to be detected and measured: search for cables, control of protection of devices and installations as well as to give an assessment of living quarters and rooms to sleep according to the criteria pertaining to the biological domain.
Electric fields: measuring range: 0/100 V / m (Volt per meter) measuring sensor: flexible rod antenna or plunger probe
Magnetic fields: 0/100 nt (nano Tesla) or 0 / 0.08 A / m (Ampere / meter) measuring sensor: shielded swivel head.

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