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Narda Safety Test Solutions was founded on January 1, 2000. The company is an offshoot of the high-frequency measurement technology operation of the former Wandel & Goltermann group. The operational field of Narda Safety Test Solutions covers the business segments of EMF Safety, RF Test & Measurement and EMC. In all three of these areas, Narda is one of the leading providers of high quality, application tailored measurement solutions. We do not develop any products without first consulting a large number of customers. In this way, we can be certain that the practical know-how of the people on the ground is reflected in our products and will penetrate the market.
Radman 2XT/Radman 2LT
Affordable RF Exposimeter RadMan 2LT and RadMan 2XT Radiation Monitors are warning devices for the protection of people who work in areas where increased levels of electromagnetic radiation are present. Electromagnetic Energy / Electromagnetic Fields (EME/EMF). Broadcasting, telecommunications and radar antennas are sources of strong electromagnetic fields. The device is worn on the body and warns its user in good time before the permitted limit values are exceeded.
RadMan 2LT and RadMan 2XT comply with the recommendations of ITU-T K.145 with regard to the use and properties of RF personal monitors.
Nardalert S3
Personal radiation monitor for electric fields with on site interchangeable sensor modules
Nardalert S3 is worn on the body and gives visible, audible and vibratory warning when the electric field power density approaches or exceeds the permitted limit. The warning thresholds are user settable. Different sensor modules that can be exchanged on site are available for various human safety standards.
The Narda FieldMan (NBM Successor) is used to make precision measurements to establish human safety, particularly in workplace environments where high electric or magnetic field strengths are likely to occur. An essential task is to demonstrate compliance with general safety regulations, such as FCC, IEEE, ICNIRP or EMF Directive 2013/35/EU.
Frequency selective FFT measuring system with high dynamic range for electric and magnetic fields from 1 Hz to 400 kHz. Sensors in all three spatial directions deliver isotropic results for selective and wideband measurements.
Uses the Weighted Peak method for standard-compliant measurement of complex signals. This method, patented by Narda, evaluates the signal by means of mathematical convolution in the time domain. The result is the direct display of the exposure as a percentage of the limit value. This makes the application particularly quick and easy to use. Weighted Peak is the basis of the limit value curves of the most important standards.
Frequency selective hand held field strength measuring system for rapid and reliable safety assessments with e.g. separate recording of mobile communications channels of different providers and worst case evaluation through decoding of control signals in UMTS and LTE.
SRM-3006 has become established as the standard instrument for these tasks. It provides the user with automatic evaluations taking various human safety standards into account directly in the instrument, together with a specified overall measurement uncertainty, making error-prone and complicated calculations unnecessary.
Area Monitoring
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 4,500 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 40 GHz or weighted probes with a shaped frequency response. 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”