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EHP-200A Compact E and H Field Meter

Selective and Wideband Measurement of Magnetic and Electric Near and Far Fields in the RF Range.

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Frequency selective measuring system for electric and magnetic fields. As well as for workplace safety applications in industry, the EHP-200A is also ideal for determining the near and far fields of broadcasting transmitters.
 
The EHP-200A can be used to demonstrate safety around large scale antenna arrays, check the actual transmitted power in the actual direction of radiation, test the function of the transmitting antennas, and determine the border between the near and far field regions.
  • Calculation of characteristic impedance 
  • Particularly suitable for evaluating irregular near field regions around larger scale broadcasting antenna arrays
  • New solution for isotropic measurements in the 9 kHz – 30 MHz range
  • Electric Fields from 0.02 to 1000 V/m
  • Magnetic Fields from 0.6 mA/m to 300 A/m
  • Built-in Frequency Spectrum Analysis
  • Built-in rechargeable battery
  • Optical Fibre connection to PC
  • Auxiliary connection for spectrum analysis of external signals 
  • Separate display of field strength for the three axes and the overall value
  • Integrated preamplifier
  • Optical cable connection to PC (USB)
Dynamic Range > 80dB
AUX input 50Ω ; type MMCX
Preamplifier 14dB, selectable ON/OFF
Internal Battery 3.7 V – 5.55 Ah Li-Ion, rechargeable
Battery Operation > 12 hours (recharging time: approx.. 8 hours)
External Supply 10 + 15 VDC, 560 mA
Firmware Update Via optical fibre
Operating Temperature -10°C to 50° C
Storage Temperature -20°C to 70° C
Temperature Range -10° to +40° C
Weight 580 g
Dimensions 92 x 92 x 109 mm

 

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  • EMC Test House
  • Workplace health and safety
  • Manufacturing plants
  • Industrial facilities
  • Safety in occupational environments
  • Broadcasting Surveillance
  • Wave impedance
  • Fields generated by Metal detectors and RFID’s