EMF300

Extech EMF300 Microwave Leakage Detector

Extech EMF300 Microwave Leakage Detector

Description

The Extech Microwave Leakage Detector measures high frequency radiation levels emitted from household and commercial microwave ovens.

Features

  • 0 to 1.999mW/cm2 measurement range
  • Audible alarm if level is >1mW/cm2
  • Peak Hold function captures highest value
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The Extech EMF300 is an easy-to-use, compact microwave leakage detector designed to measure high frequency radiation levels emitted from household and commercial microwave ovens. When the measurement is >1mW/cm^2, the meter's buzzer will sound to alert the user that the EMF value exceeds the alarm limit. To capture the highest value on the LCD display, the Peak hold key will display an icon on the screen and the meter will only display the highest reading.

Notable Specifications:
  • Measurement Ranges: 0 to 1.999 mW/cm^2
  • Accuracy: <2db (1mW/cm^2 @ 2.45GHz ±50MHz)
  • Alarm Setting: audible alarm if level is >1mW/cm^2
  • Power Supply: 9V battery
  • Power Consumptions: 2.7mA DC approximate
  • Operating Frequency: 2.45 GHz ±50MHz (30MHz to 3GHz for reference only)
  • Operating Conditions: temperature: 0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F); Humidity: < 80% RH
  • Dimensions: 152 x 69 x 36.3mm (6.0 x 2.7 x 1.4")
  • Weight: approx. 202g (7.1 oz.)
What's Included:
  • (1) Leakage detector
  • (1) 9V battery
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Extech EMF300 Microwave Leakage Detector EMF300 Compact microwave leakage detector
$199.99
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