Worker-Friendly Personal RF Monitor from LBA Group Warns of Cell Site Dangers
The fieldSENSE ProHD™ Heavy Duty Pack helps manage personal RF exposure.
Greenville, NC August 24, 2011 – Warning: Unseen safety issue! Any wireless technician or employee working outside in varying locations faces just such an issue: exposure to radio frequency radiation. With 250,000 cellular telephone towers sending signals across America, RF safety is a genuine concern.
That being the case, it is advisable that a personal RF monitor be in every tool box carried into the field so a wireless site crew can reliably know if it is working too close to an RF radiating cell antenna.
An affordable solution offered by LBA Group Inc. is the fieldSENSE ProHD™ Heavy Duty Pack, a latest generation RF personal monitor that also is sensibly priced so that it accessible to companies large and small.
The fieldSENSE ProHD™ field pack includes the RF monitor plus a padded nylon pouch that was specially crafted for rigger harnesses and work belts. Also provided are backup heavy-duty batteries to avoid down time on the job, and a durable container for protected storage of the personal RF monitor on a shelf or in a toolbox.
The fieldSENSE RF personal monitor is the product of years of research into the management of worker safety in RF environments. Besides being affordable, the personal RF monitor is rugged and intuitive in its function. Designed to be operated in one hand, the personal RF monitor features single-button function, a warning buzzer that is easily heard in a workplace environment, and a bright LED information display panel. The fieldSENSE RF personal monitor also is weatherproof.
Each RF monitor is calibrated before delivery, carries a two year warrantee and LBA offers annual calibration and test services for the units. For inventory purposes, each unit has a traceable serial number.
The fieldSENSE monitor functions in two modes: measuring and monitoring. A personal RF monitor normally is carried as OSHA personal protective equipment by a worker, with the monitor continuously measuring RF exposure to ensure it falls within safety limits. In monitoring mode, the personal RF monitor can be mounted in a stationary position. Mounting accessories are supplied.