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10/02/2012 Slide 1
RF Meter Readings
Catalog No. 1120
TESCO – The Eastern Specialty Company
• With active wireless doorbell transmitter 1” away and pointing towards RF meter on concrete floor,
the meter reads ~0.15...
Readings around active microwave oven
vary, typically nearby readings peg the
meter (>> 1 mW/cm2)
RF Around A Microwave Ov...
Backing away from oven roughly 3’, meter
reads ~0.2 mW/cm2, though second-by
second reading fluctuates with cooking
proces...
Smart meters’ signals vary widely in time,
basically pulsing during communications.
Typical values are 0.1 mW/cm2 - 1 mW/c...
Cell Phones’ signals vary widely in time,
basically pulsing during communications
just like smart meters. Typical values a...
Questions
TESCO – The Eastern Specialty Company
Bristol, PA
info@tescometermanager.com
1-800-762-8211
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RF Meter Readings

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This presentation will demonstrate different levels of RF, using the TESCO RF Meter (Catalog No. 1120).

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RF Meter Readings

  1. 1. 10/02/2012 Slide 1 RF Meter Readings Catalog No. 1120 TESCO – The Eastern Specialty Company
  2. 2. • With active wireless doorbell transmitter 1” away and pointing towards RF meter on concrete floor, the meter reads ~0.15mW/cm2 • A simple mechanical fixture and regulated 9V supply for the transmitter will make an adequate incoming RF meter test. • This and all subsequent readings taken with the RF meter in “RF” mode and the scale used is 0.01 – 1.0 (the bottom most scale on the meter). Repeatable Reading
  3. 3. Readings around active microwave oven vary, typically nearby readings peg the meter (>> 1 mW/cm2) RF Around A Microwave Oven
  4. 4. Backing away from oven roughly 3’, meter reads ~0.2 mW/cm2, though second-by second reading fluctuates with cooking process. RF Around A Microwave Oven
  5. 5. Smart meters’ signals vary widely in time, basically pulsing during communications. Typical values are 0.1 mW/cm2 - 1 mW/cm2 with the RF meter ~ 3” from the smart meter. RF Around A Smart Meter
  6. 6. Cell Phones’ signals vary widely in time, basically pulsing during communications just like smart meters. Typical values are 0.1 mW/cm2 – 0.2 mW/cm2 pulses for an iPhone. RF Around A Smart Phone
  7. 7. Questions TESCO – The Eastern Specialty Company Bristol, PA info@tescometermanager.com 1-800-762-8211

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