Kaltman Creations NF5030 10 Hz-30 MHz EMF Field Analyzer

Kaltman Creations NF5030 10 Hz-30 MHz EMF Field Analyzer
Manufacturer: Kaltman Creations LLC
Kaltman Creations NF5030 10 Hz-30 MHz EMF Field Analyzer


Kaltman Creations NF5030 10 Hz-30 MHz EMF Field Analyzer

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   Measurement of electric and magnetic fields in this price range has never been this PROFESSIONAL. Find radiation sources in your surroundings. Find their respective frequencies and signal strengths, including direct display of exposure limits. This used to be impossible in this price category, professional units often costing several thousand euros and being excessively complicated in handling.
The highly complex calculations in spectrum analysis incl. exposure limit calculation is being performed, unnoticed in the background, by a high-performance DSP (digital signal processor).

   Exposure limit calculation used to be a complex and awkward procedure even for the professional, as most of the time, a chaotic mixture of an abundance of different frequencies, modulations and signal strengths is present. The indispensible, highly complex calculation of frequency-dependant exposure limits can ONLY be performed CONFORMING TO STANDARDS by a spectrum analyser with high-performance software. Not a problem for SPECTRAN┬« units: They can calculate even several authoritative exposure limits, precautionary limits and recommendations at lightning speed (simply selectable via a button) and display these overruns as a practical bargraph display (including convergence display in percent!), while the measurement is running. For achieving this, often thousands of complex calculations have to be performed per second, and a steady scan of the entire frequency range needs to be performed. A true nightmare for every processor. In our test case, the graphic display shows an approximation towards the ICNIRP limit by 6,06%. You can even cover the total ICNIRP-banwidth (depending on frequency). Hence, even the novice can perform exposure limit calculations ACCORDING TO STANDARDS without having to use complex tables and calculators. It really can't get any simpler.


  • Big graphics display (pixel display) with 51x25 pixels (can be used for complex spectrum and exposure limit display, convenient menu navigation, etc.)
  • HUGE numeric display (4 digits, max. 9999)
  • Large, high-resolution bargraph (50 segments) for very responsive trend display
  • Various function and mode indication display blocks (AUDIO, MODE, MEMORY etc.)
  • Large multi-function text display (6 text fields / e.g. for displaying units, service information, etc.)
  • Three further big numeric displays (4 digits each, each max. 9999 / e.g. for simultaneous display of MIN, MAX, AVG values, 3 marker values, etc.)
  • Triple multi-function text displays (Next to each of the previously described numeric displays / 3x3 text fields each / used e.g. for unit display for markers, etc.)
  • Three more multi-function text displays (directly beneith the previously described displays / 3x6 text fields each / e.g. ADDITIONAL values AND unit display for markers, etc.)
  • Battery status and charging display (incl. "CHARGING" and "LOW")
  • 6 numerical displays for flexible bargraph scaling (incl. multiplication factor and percentage display)