What EMF Testing Equipment Do We Use?

Here is just some of the equipment we use for EMF testing:

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All of our EMF Technicians use the Gigahertz Solutions MK70-3D Kit (NFA 1000, HF59B (LogPer and Isotropic antennas), and HF59D (LogPer and Isotropic antennas.)) It is the kit designed for Building Biology® EMRS - capable of data logging and taking manually operated recordings of both unidirectional and isotropic omnidirectional HF signals, AC magnetic, and AC electric fields. It includes mapping AC magnetic and electric fields.

Used for scientific and industrial purposes, these instruments capture every signal with precision. Insist on the correct information.

We also use the:

Rohde & Schwarz FVM40 Signal and Spectrum Analyzer

Rohde & Schwarz SMB100A-20

Rohde & Schwarz FVM4

Tektronix MDO 3000, 4000 Oscilloscope and Spectrum Analyzer

Picoscope 6000

F.W. Bell 5180 AC/DC Transverse Magnetometer

Mazur PRM-9000

Flir E4, CM-57

Safe and Sound Pro RF Monitor

Fluke 289, 325, voltage tester

Sperry outlet tester, voltage sensor

Greenwave EMI Broadband Meter

…and more.


Using one of our NFA 1000’s, we detected what turned out to be a wiring error behind this painting. We are measuring an ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) 60 Hertz AC Magnetic Field’s Flux Density at 152 mG (milligauss) TRMS.

Using one of our NFA 1000’s, we detected what turned out to be a wiring error behind this painting. We are measuring an ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) 60 Hertz AC Magnetic Field’s Flux Density at 152 mG (milligauss) TRMS.