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I would like to analyse my exposure to low frequency electromagnetic pollution at home or at work for my own purpose and at a reasonable price.

Even our two low-priced devices of the ME line meet all "common advantages of our measurement technology" (see page ahead) and therefore have an excellent price-performance ratio. The frequency responses and the accuracy of these devices allow convincing measurement value comparisons with the recommended standards of the building biologists.

I want detailed results, and might also be interested to offer measurements for others as a service.

The two meters ME3851A and ME3951A of the ME line meet professional standards. They exceed the state of the arts technology by far in this price class, and therefore set standards. They are easy to use and comparatively low-priced, but, as compared to the NFA-line they require cleary more time for measurements (one-dimensional measurement value recordings), and do not offer as many functions and possibilities as the NFA line.

I am a measurement technician or in technical training in the field of geo-biology or building biology, and am interested in equipment which will optimally support my work.

The revolutionary concept of the NFA line allows an unpreached combination of an efficiently performed three-dimensional measurement with possible long-time recordings, full documentation of all relevant aspects of the field situation, and a comfortable analysis of the measured values on your PC.

A worthwhile investment for a full analysis: Measurement kit with a low and a high frequency analyser with a considerable price benefit.

Experience has shown that the source of electromagnetic pollution often originates from another frequency range than expected. Therefore, it is important to not only consider the low frequency range, but to also take into account the high frequency within your measurement analysis. For this purpose, the measurement devices of the ME line and the NFA line are also available as kits including a matching HF device. These kits are automatically supplied in a compact transport case and are offered with a clear price benefit compared to the purchase of the individual meters.

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Decision Aid

I would like to analyse my exposure to low frequency electromagnetic pollution at home or at work for my own purpose and at a reasonable price.

Even our two low-priced devices of the ME line meet all "common advantages of our measurement technology" (see page ahead) and therefore have an excellent price-performance ratio. The frequency responses and the accuracy of these devices allow convincing measurement value comparisons with the recommended standards of the building biologists.

I want detailed results, and might also be interested to offer measurements for others as a service.

The two meters ME3851A and ME3951A of the ME line meet professional standards. They exceed the state of the arts technology by far in this price class, and therefore set standards. They are easy to use and comparatively low-priced, but, as compared to the NFA-line they require cleary more time for measurements (one-dimensional measurement value recordings), and do not offer as many functions and possibilities as the NFA line.

I am a measurement technician or in technical training in the field of geo-biology or building biology, and am interested in equipment which will optimally support my work.

The revolutionary concept of the NFA line allows an unpreached combination of an efficiently performed three-dimensional measurement with possible long-time recordings, full documentation of all relevant aspects of the field situation, and a comfortable analysis of the measured values on your PC.

A worthwhile investment for a full analysis: Measurement kit with a low and a high frequency analyser with a considerable price benefit.

Experience has shown that the source of electromagnetic pollution often originates from another frequency range than expected. Therefore, it is important to not only consider the low frequency range, but to also take into account the high frequency within your measurement analysis. For this purpose, the measurement devices of the ME line and the NFA line are also available as kits including a matching HF device. These kits are automatically supplied in a compact transport case and are offered with a clear price benefit compared to the purchase of the individual meters.

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