Wireless buildout work is a business challenge for even the largest tower and construction firms. While worker safety is foremost, every dollar spent on PPE impacts an already tight bottom line. With the current push to have all RF-exposed workers equipped with personal RF monitors, monitor selection becomes a budget critical item!

LBA believes that the ProHD™ series of fieldSENSE personal monitors offers the RF safety manager the best bang-for-the-buck in protecting his field forces. At only $495 for the complete ProHD™ kit, and free shipping, it costs far less than other available monitors. Yet, the monitor contains all the features needed to perform in the cellular/4G RF environment. Here is a comparison of some important features for wireless work as found on the ProHD™ and another popular competitor.

As you can see, the ProHD™ offers worker convenience and a significant budget assist for crew outfitting, without OSHA compliance or safety sacrifice. You can find more information on our personal monitors and ordering help at https://www.lbagroup.com/products/fieldsense-personal-rf-safety-monitors-light-tuff-wideband.

LBA also offers a high value, low cost online RF Awareness certification. This professional training is offered by LBA’s Wireless University, and includes group management features for safety managers and administrators. Check it out at https://lbauniversity.org/course-category/.

About The Author

LBA Group, Inc. has 50 years of experience in providing RF asset solutions and risk management for industrial and telecommunications infrastructure assets. The group is comprised of LBA Technology, a leading manufacturer and integrator of radio frequency systems, lightning protection and EMC equipment for broadcast, industrial and government users worldwide; the professional consultancy Lawrence Behr Associates and LBA University, providing on-site and online professional training. The companies are based in Greenville, N.C., USA.

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