Model AMB-8059 - Multi Band Area Monitor
Narda Multi-Band Area Monitors are constantly in use in areas where electromagnetic radiation levels need to be continuously assessed by means of long-term observation. The wideband Area Monitor AMB-8059 combines the latest technology with traditional reliability: There are more than 3,500 stations in use worldwide.
Narda offers a wide range of different isotropic probes. These include quad-band probes for separating mobile telephone services as well as wideband measurement from 100 kHz to 7 GHz. Special probes are available for low frequency magnetic or electric fields from 10 Hz to 5 kHz. This means that emissions from high tension cables and transformer stations can be recorded. Further, it is possible to combine up to two probes, e.g. an electric and a magnetic field probe in a so-called “dual probe configuration”.
The use of an internal modem for communications ensures compatibility with every data service throughout the world.
Narda EMF Monitors bring together all the qualities required for reliable, continuous assessment of electromagnetic fields: Autonomy, outdoor capability, mobility, robustness, and low running costs.
ITU-T K.83 compliant
Electric field monitoring
Magnetic field monitoring
Simultaneous monitoring of electric and magnetic fields
Low frequency / high frequency probes
Internal modem for wireless communications
USB / Ethernet data communications
SD memory card
Temperature / humidity sensor
PC software with alarm functions
Independent power supply from solar cells
Version with E field probe EP-1B-04 10 Hz to 5 kHz
Version with E field probe EP-1B-01 100 kHz to 3 GHz
Version with E field probe EP-1B-03 100 kHz to 7 GHz
Version with Tri-Band EP-3B-01 Wideband: 100 kHz to 3 GHz / low pass: 100 kHz to 862 MHz / high pass: 933 MHz to 3 GHz
Version with Quad-Band EP-4B-01 Wideband: 100 kHz to 3 GHz / GSM / UMTS (adjustable)
Version with Quad-Band EP-4B-02 Wideband: 100 kHz to 7 GHz / GSM / UMTS (adjustable)
Version with magnetic field probe EP-1B-01 10 Hz to 5 kHz