The Narda RadMan Personal Radiation Monitor, ICNIRP 2250/56 is a warning device from Narda STS designed for the protection of people who work in areas where increased levels of electromagnetic radiation are present -- especially environments with broadcasting, telecommunications, and radar antennas. Narda RadMan 2250/56 monitors are worn on the body and warn users before the permitted limit values are exceeded.
RadMan 2250/56 radiation monitors are integrated with a warning buzzer that will emit a loud warning signal when 50% of the maximum permitted flux density is exceeded. An earphone can be attached to the Narda RadMan 2250/56 so that the signal can be heard even in noisy environments. Four LEDs indicate the electromagnetic radiation flux density in stages of 12.5%, 25%, 50% and 100%.
The Narda RadMan Personal Radiation Monitor, ICNIRP 2250/56 is part of the Narda Radman Personal Radiation Monitor Series.
- Automatic evaluation of exposure frequencies according to human safety standard
- Simultaneous determination of E and H-field near field components
- Minimized influence of body shielding and reflection effects
- Calibration every 3 years recommended
|Frequency range, E-field
||1 MHz to 40 GHz
|Frequency range, H-field
||27 MHz to 1 GHz
||37 x 41 x 163 mm