The TM-192 and TM-192D (with USB datalogger) are applied to measuring electromagnetic fields of extremely low frequency (ELF) of 30Hz to 2000Hz. They are capable of measuring the electromagnetic field radiation intensity produced from; Electric transmission equipment, power lines etc.
Frequency response: 30Hz to 2000Hz.
Sensor: Triple Axis (X, Y, Z).
Range: 20mG, 200mG, 2000mG, 2µT, 20µT, 200µT.
Maximum hold (MAX).
Minimum hold (MIN).
Model TM-192D has built-in USB communication for data-logging. Capacity of 500 data sets or 9999 data sets.
±(3.0% + 30dgt) at 50/60Hz
±(2.5% + 5dgt) at 50/60Hz
±(5.0% + 5dgt) at 30/2000Hz
Battery 9 volt, NEDA 1604, IEC 6F22, or JIS 006P
100 hours Approx.
5°C to 40°C, Humidity below 80% R.H.
-10°C to 60°C, Humidity below 70% R.H.
173mm (L) x 80mm (W) x 32mm (D)
3-Axis EMF Meter Included accessories: User’s manual, 9 volt battery, and Carrying case
3-Axis EMF Meter Included accessories: Mini USB 4P (M) to USB A type cable, CD (software), User’s manual, 9 volt battery, and Carrying case
Safety precautions should be taken against electric appliances in places including medical institutions, schools and residential districts, where people usually stay for a long time, to prevent patients, babies and senior citizens from exposure to high electromagnetic waves. An electromagnetic wave simply means the wave motion of the electromagnetic field (EMF). The change in electric fields produces magnetic fields, and the change in magnetic fields can also generate electric fields. The fluctuation of correlation between each other is known as “electromagnetic waves”, which is a form of energy similar to light and heat that can be transmitted either by radiation in the air or by an electric conductor. It is suggested that rearrangements should be made in families and work locations where electromagnetic fields are detected the strongest in order to avoid prolonged exposure to excessive electromagnetic fields.