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Meters and probes
Over thirty years of operation of the Environmental Protection Workshop, resulted in the development of a few dozen types of electromagnetic field indicators, meters and dosimeters. Some were built as single prototypes, whilst others, like MEH, MH or ME became recognized standards and are regularly used by the national control/measurement authorities to this day. The wideband electromagnetic field measurement MEH sets are used among others by Sanitary-Epidemiological Station in Sosnowiec, Institutes of Occupational Medicine in Łódź and Sosnowiec, Central Institute for Labor Protection-National Research Institute, Military Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology, Military Communication Works, Maritime Institute, Ship Design and Research Centre, Communications Institute, TP Emitel, PTC Era, PTK Centertel, Polkomtel, a few dozen accredited research laboratories as well as many others. Servicing and regular calibration carried out by LWiMP allows meters manufactured even back in the 70-ties to be still usable today. The newest development of the laboratory is a digital electromagnetic field meter - MEH-25D.
Parameters of selected measurement probes available for the MEH meters
The table below presents the parameters of selected measurement probes, which can be used with the MEH meters. All measurement sets are configured individually to match the specific requirements of each user, which are determined with the aid of our experienced staff. Thanks to the wide variety of available options, the set can be reconfigured basically without any limitations, even several years after the purchase.
E - electrical component, H - magnetic component, S - microwave power density
l - linear (sine), s - random
All probes (if it has not been indicated otherwise) have a flat characteristic within the rated frequency range and a shaped characteristic outside of this range. For most of the probes, the characteristic variation within the measurement range is ±5% ÷ ±10%, field measurement inaccuracy is up to ±10%.
As an extra element of the measurement set, we also offer the UTEST device - a universal measurement probe tester, allowing for meter verification checkup - especially useful before and after performing actual measurements.