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Personal RF safety monitor
The occupational FieldSense personal RF monitor includes a heavy-duty protective nylon carry holster, which fits most rigging harnesses and other work belts. The monitor is designed for simple operation and to provide just enough information for safety. A single button toggles between user modes and power-on/off. The display and processing of RF exposure data is limited to that required for RF awareness: To make informed on-site decisions and take necessary precautions. The monitor is calibrated to international MPE levels, suitable for OSHA and FCC compliance. It operates in all frequency bands commonly used by wireless carriers.
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