LCD Electromagnetic Radiation Detector Dosimeter Counter Measurement Tester Meter
- Product Name: Electromagnetic radiation tester
- Model: GM3120
Functional and technical parameters
- Unit: field : V / m, the magnetic field uT
- Accuracy : electric: 1V / m, magnetic 0.01uT
- Range: electric: 1-1999V / m, magnetic 0.01-19.99uT
- Alarm Threshold: electric: 40V / m, magnetic 0.4uT
- Test Bandwidth: 3-1 / 2 LCD display
- Sampling time: 5Hz-3500MHz
- Test mode: approx. 0.4 seconds
- Overload Tip measured with dual-mode
- Data lock: LCD displays “1”
- Low Light Display : √
- Automatic shutdown: √
- Average and peak: √
- Low power tips: √
- Operating Temperature: 0oC-50oC
- Operating Humidity: 80%
- Operating voltage: 9V
- Dimensions: 63.6 * 31 * 125.8mm
- Weight : 146g
- Power: 6F229V battery ( No included )
- 1 x GM3120 Electromagnetic Radiation Tester ( No including the retail box or battery )
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Related scientific Article:
- There are more than 1,000 scientific studies conducted by independent researchers from around the world concerning the biological effects of RF radiation. Here we present some of the most recent.
- Mother’s Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields Before and During Pregnancy is Associated with Risk of Speech Problems in Offspring.” Zarei, S., et al. Journal of Biomedical Physics and Engineering 9(1):61-68 (2019).
- Prenatal Exposure to Extremely Low Frequency Magnetic Field and Its Impact on Fetal Growth. Ren, Y., et al. Environmental Health (2019).
- “The Effects of Radio Frequency Radiation on Mice Fetus Weight, Length and Tissues.” Alimohammadi, I., et al. Data in Brief 19:2189-2194 (2018).
- “Effects of Prenatal Exposure to WiFi Signal (2.45 GHz) on Postnatal Development and Behavior in Rat: Influence of Maternal Restraint.” Othman, H., et al. Behavioral Brain Research 326: 291-301 (2017).
- “Exposure to Magnetic Field Non-Ionizing Radiation and the Risk of Miscarriage: A prospective Cohort Study.” Li, De-Kun, et al. Scientific Reports (2017).
- “Postnatal Development and Behavior Effects of In-Utero Exposure of Rats to Radio frequency Waves Emitted From Conventional WiFi Devices.” Othman, H., et al. Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology 52:239-247 (2017).