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Magnetic Personal Dosimetry Meter


Description
EMDEX Mate is a cumulative exposure meter which provides reliable 3-axis results that are displayed at the end of the measurement session. You see:



Time-Weighted-Average (this is the average level of exposure during the measurement period), Minimum and Maximum levels recorded during the measurement period, Standard Deviation, Percent of Time in Six Different Exposure Level Ranges, Cumulative Exposure Time



This instrument extends the capability of all investigators to perform exposure assessment studies for workers (during entire work periods or for individual tasks), home owners, children, and for all others where magnetic field exposure is to be evaluated. 0.1-1000 mG range with typical 3% accuracy at 50/60 Hz. Covers 40-1000 Hz.



Very simple to operate. Once the power switch has been turned on, data collection is initiated by setting a second switch to RUN. The Mate displays current real-time magnetic field levels every 0.5 seconds as it accumulates exposure data (however, individual measurement values are not recorded). To end data collection and view dosimetry results, set the second switch to DISPLAY RESULTS. The Mate continuously scrolls the statistical exposure measurement results until power is turned off. 50 hours operation with alkaline 9V battery. Includes NIST Traceable serialized calibration certificate.