Narda RadMan 2XT Radiation Monitors for the General Public According to ICNIRP Limit Values
Narda RadMan 2XT Radiation Monitors for the General Public
Monitoring Electric Fields from 10 MHz to 60 GHz according to ICNIRP Limit Values
In 2019, the EMF safety experts at Narda STS presented the new RadMan 2 Personal Monitor as the successor of the all-time best seller RadMan Personal Monitor. Until recently, the Narda RadMan 2 with ICNIRP limit values for the general public was only available on the RadMan 2 LT version for up to 8 GHz.
General public limits apply to those who do not have any specific training in EMF. But what happens when members of the public find themselves in situations where the frequency fields are greater than 8 GHz?
Satellite, radar or even the latest 5G mobile communications equipment that transmit at high frequencies represent a source of danger to the general public. In situations like these, the Narda RadMan 2XT can reliably detect and warn the person wearing it in good time.
RadMan 2 ICNIRP Versions Conform to the New Standards.
It is important to note that all ICNIRP versions of the Narda RadMan 2 Personal Radiation Monitor also conforms to the new ICNIRP 2020 guidelines.