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Where Safety Matters, Use The Latest Technology


Electromagnetic radiation is becoming more of a safety concern to individuals as well as workers. Dedicated RF safety meters and sensor heads are becoming vital for measuring these fields, but the measurements you obtain are only as good as the instruments you use. AR’s family of safety products includes important features and benefits, and provide essential items in their standard configuration that others don’t. AR sets a new standard with the following features and benefits:


• Perform time domain, frequency domain and broadband measurements using one meter


• Frequency coverage from DC to 40 GHz and measure electric field strengths from 0.2–20,000 V/m & magnetic field strengths from 20nT to 15T


• Internal GPS module – identifies the site where the measurements were registered for accurate and fast analysis • User friendly remote control interface


You’d expect to pay more for all these features, but they all come standard. AR safety products give you more detailed, useful information – and at a lower operating cost than the others.


Doesn’t it make sense to use the smarter safety instruments? To learn more, download Application Note #68 from our website at www.ar-europe.ie/appNotes.


Contact us at ad@ARWorld.US www.ar-europe.ie/safety


In UK, contact AR UK, www.arukltd.co.uk or call +44 1908 282766


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