Elektromanyetik alanların sürekli uzaktan izlenmesi ve verilerin kayıt edilmesi - PDF

MULTI-BAND EMF SAHA MONİTÖRÜ AMB-8057 Elektromanyetik alanların sürekli uzaktan izlenmesi ve verilerin kayıt edilmesi GSM/3G ve TV/FM bileşenlerinin toplam emf ortam değerinden ayrı gösterilebilmesi 7GHz

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MULTI-BAND EMF SAHA MONİTÖRÜ AMB-8057 Elektromanyetik alanların sürekli uzaktan izlenmesi ve verilerin kayıt edilmesi GSM/3G ve TV/FM bileşenlerinin toplam emf ortam değerinden ayrı gösterilebilmesi 7GHz e kadar elektrik alan izlemesi 10Hz 5kHz arası manyetik alan izlemesi Hassas ve güvenli veri ölçümü ve kayıt GPRS-FTP ve SMS ile uzaktan iletişim PC veya FTP sunucuya otomatik ölçüm verisi gönderimi SMS ile günlük raporlama PC ve mobil telefonlara uyarı ve alarm mesajları gönderimi Yüksek dahili hafızası sayesinde sıklıkla veri indirimi gerektirmez Kolay kullanımlı PC yazılımı Veri toplama ve yayınlama sistemlerine kolaylıkla entegrasyon Açıkhava ve binaiçi montaj Güneş paneli ile otonom besleme veya yüksek kapasiteli lithium batarya AMB Saha Monitörü, güneş paneli ile biirlikte Hafif, kolay kurulum AMB /12 Subject to change without notice APPLICATIONS The Area Monitor AMB-8057 provides the ultimate, reliable, and precise answer to continuous remote monitoring and logging of electric (E) or magnetic (H) fields generated by low and high frequency sources such as radio / TV, GSM, UMTS, transformer stations, power lines etc., as a means of assessing the long-term exposure of the populace to potentially hazardous electromagnetic fields (EMF). Several AMB-8057 Area Monitors connected to the base station through the GSM network can be used to build reliable monitoring systems to cover large geographi-cal areas, including nationwide coverage. The Area Monitor AMB-8057 is weatherproof, light ( 3 kg) and can be easily installed outdoors or indoors, using the pole and base designed for it. Thanks to its exceptionally low power consumption, the AMB-8057 does not require any external power supply. Two versions are available with different power supply modes: Solar panel and internal rechargeable battery for unlimited outdoor operation Internal Li-ion disposable battery for up to one year s operation All-in-one concept The single, small housing (112 mm max dia. x 780 mm length) contains: A high-sensitivity probe that measures the EM field along three axes A sophisticated data logger that stores the measured values, events (alarm signals, communications), and settings in nonvolatile memory A quad-band GSM/GPRS modem for uploading data and remote control Unique Features The AMB-8057 is designed to provide unique features, such as: Correct measurements regardless of the EM field source direction Excellent accuracy and repeatability of measurements Simultaneous measurement in all frequency bands Easily calibrated field probes AMB /12 Subject to change without notice Wide range of digital probes AMB8057 utilizes the new generation of multiband, three-axis, replaceable digital probes. Multiband Several probe models are available to best fit applications ranging from low frequency magnetic field monitoring in the proximity of power stations and power lines, through to the monitoring of fields generated by modern communica-tion services like wireless data communication. The high level of attention paid to the subject of electromagnetic field pollution on the part of many public administrations continues to stimulate our company into providing even more sophisticated probes to meet special requirements such as double field monitoring (electric + magnetic) for low frequency applications, as well as service discriminating multiband probes for monitoring the electric field activi-ty generated by mobile communication installations (BTS). Multiband probes like the EP-3B-01 allow discrimination between the fields generated by different services, such as broadcast transmissions and mobile communications. As well as the 100kHz 3GHz wideband measurement function, low and high frequency bands have been implemented to allow additional measurements in the 100 khz 862 MHz low band, mainly used by radio / TV broadcasting services, and the 933 MHz 3 GHz high band, which includes mobile communications. The EP-4B-01 probe offers more detailed frequency band discrimination by providing additional frequency bands specially tailored for monitoring mobile communications frequencies such as the 900, 1800, and 2100 MHz bands specific to GSM, DTS, and UMTS mobile transmissions as well as the overall 100 khz 3 GHz wide band. Single band probes are available for making wideband measurements on ELF 10 Hz 5 khz, RF 100 khz 3 GHz and, using the latest EP-1B-03 probe, from 100 khz 7 GHz to include wireless data services. Three-axis All AMB8057 probes make three-axis measurements, providing an isotropic response. The measurement values for the three orthogonal axes are internally processed to yield the isotropic result, which is output digitally for each frequency band. Digital AMB8057 probes include on board circuitry such as multiple A/D conver-ters, a microcontroller, and calibration data memory that produce measurement results in digital form, which are not changed by any additional processing perfor-med by the main unit. Replaceable Probes can easily be replaced by the user to meet differing monitoring application requirements and for periodic calibration. Electric field probe Magnetic field probe AMB /12 Subject to change without notice Flexible communication Electromagnetic field monitoring networks utilize remote units like the AMB8057 for installation in sensitive locations such as schools, hospitals, residential areas, etc., that are close to sources of electromagnetic fields. It should be possible to suitably install remote units practically anywhere. Other important considerations in addition to providing accurate measurement results are facilities for self-powering and flexible communications. The AMB8057 is self-powered from a solar panel or Lithium battery and does not require any external power supply. Furthermore, its large capacity internal memory means that data can be acquired and retained over very long time periods, so that monitoring activities are possible even in locations where no communications service is available.the AMB8057 is equipped with several different modes of communication to cover any specific need. RS232 local communication With direct connection to the controller PC, local communication not only allows preliminary settings and tests to be made before remote installation but also enables periodic downloading of data where no wireless communication service is available or desirable. The data storage capacity of the AMB8057 means that users can download results even after a long period of monitoring activity (up to several months, depending on the station settings) without any need to access the station more frequently. The serial connection can be used to transmit commands, as described in the documentation provided, to set specific parameters, query station status information, and execute specific actions immediately. SMS remote messaging AMB8057 is equipped with an internal GSM/GPRS modem. Automatic SMS functionality can be activated to inform users immediately of any abnormal situation, such as the measured field exceeding thresholds preset by the user, or the need to download results to avoid overwriting old data where no dow-nload has been performed for a long time, or notification of temperature, probe or case open alarms. The messages are sent to the mobile phones of one or two users. A daily report can also be activated. This sends information about the highest field value and lowest station battery voltage by SMS each day. SMS communication can additionally be used to send query or setting commands to a remote station using the same commands that can be transmitted using the local RS232 connection. Downloading data blocks is not available in SMS mode for the obvious reason of allowed message size. Remote CSD communication via the GSM modem Many mobile communication service providers offer CSD (circuit switched data) communication mode. To make use of CSD communications, the AMB8057 remote station must be equipped with a user SIM card enabled for CSD communication mode. CSD allows remote communication via the GSM network in dial-up mode, which means that the controller PC, equipped with a modem, calls the station by dialling its data telephone number to establish a direct connection. The remote station can be set to automatically download all the measurement results acquired since the last download. The CSD remote connection allows the remote station configuration to be set in real time. Remote stations configured for CSD communication can be set to automatically generate a call to the controller PC at pre-programmed times and to download the results automatically without any intervention from the user. Besides scheduled automatic calls, CSD mode also allows automatic calls when alarm events occur. The software provided also allows users to call a remote station in CSD mode to establish a connection, download results manually, change settings, update firmware, and so on AMB /12 Subject to change without notice Flexible communication (continue) GPRS/FTP communication mode Users can set the predefined communication mode of the AMB8057 to CSD as well as FTP. Stations set for FTP communication activate their modems at programmed times and access the user s server for downloading results and checking for any requests to change settings via the GPRS network and the Internet. After they have been set up initially, monitoring stations set to GPRS/FTP commu-nication mode are completely independent as they download results regularly to the FTP server without any intervention from the user. There is no need for the user to ensure that a controller PC with application software is on line to receive calls from monitoring stations, as there is never any direct connection between the remote station and the controller PC. The controller PC does not need a modem, as management of the system as well as the downloading of data to the controller PC is performed by accessing the FTP server. The controller PC connected to the Internet can on demand or automatically at pre-programmed times access the server, download measurement results, and, if required, transmit a new configuration file. GPRS/FTP reduces communication costs as GPRS data communication is charged on the basis of the very low volume of data transferred. Furthermore, there is no additional cost related to distance, as the FTP server can be accessed from anywhere that an Internet connection is available AMB /12 Subject to change without notice 8057SW02 control software The 8057SW02 Windows TM -based control software provides all the functions needed for efficiently controlling everything from a single station to a complete monitoring network. CSD and FTP communication modes are provided as well as local control via RS232 cable. The user station list can be created simply by providing all the relevant parameters, such as station name (ID), APN for Internet access, FTP server IP address, as well as the data telephone number for CSD communication. The station list, shown in the main window, allows access to a specific station or station folder on the FTP server by simply clicking on a dedicated button for: Reading, editing and transmitting all measurement settings and communication schedules Selecting and downloading logged data, either manually or automatically Receiving warnings and alarm signals Data management functions are provided for: Saving, printing and exporting data Displaying data in graphs or tables The data transfer and all the station parameters can therefore be monitored, modified, and set through either a remote or a direct connection by means of this software. Data integrity checking and double-password access provide a maximum of relia-bility and security. Polling of the station from the PC is easy and can be conveniently set to manual or automatic mode according to the user s requirements. Main window Control window Field Alarm Setting Modem/SMS Settings AMB /12 Subject to change without notice 8057SW02 control software (continue) All measurement results are conveniently filed on the controller PC and can be immediately displayed in graph or table format. A calendar-style data memory block presentation allows easy selection of the period to be analyzed. Zoom, marker and other common functions are available to improve data readability. Data acquired during the station modem transmission are conveniently marked when displayed as a table or saved in ASCII format. Modem transmissions are shown as highlighted bands when results are displayed or saved in graphical format. Values measured that correspond with the RF emission of the modem can therefore be easily excluded from calculations. The export function allows the creation of additional result files in ASCII or BMP format that are related to user definable time periods. The Calendar-style Data Memory Block The graphical display AMB /12 Subject to change without notice CUSTOM APPLICATIONS The 8057SW02 control software provided can be set up to create separate ASCII files and bitmap graphs containing the measurement results for each period every time these results are downloaded from a station or the FTP server. These additional files, stored in a dedicated folder on the controller PC, can be used by custom software for further evaluation or publication of the data. The ASCII files include all the measurement results downloaded by the station, such as AVG and MAX field values, as well as the station temperature and battery voltage, which are included in every data record. A complete command set and communication protocol is additionally provided, so that customers can develop specific application software. CALIBRATION AND CERTIFICATION Every Narda product comes with a standard certificate of calibration. Accredited cali-bration can be additionally provided on request. Narda STS in Italy, as SIT n.008, is an accredited calibration laboratory for electromagnetic field strength at frequencies up to 18 GHz and for magnetic flux density up to 100 khz as well as for other quantities such as frequency and RF power level. Narda accredited certificates of calibration are therefore recognized internationally. Data Table display AMB /12 Subject to change without notice TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS EP-1B-01 Electric Field Broadband Probe Specifications Frequency range 100 khz to 3 GHz Measurement range 0.2 to 200 V/m Measurement resolution 0.01 V/m CW damage level 600 V/m Typical 6V/m ± MHz 20V/m MHz ± 0.8 db 150 khz - 3 GHz ± 1.5 db 6V/m ± MHz (typical 0.6 db) H-Field rejection 20 db Temperature error 0.1 db/ C Size and weight 450 mm length, 55 mm diameter 180 g EP-1B-03 Electric Field Broadband Probe Specifications Frequency range Measurement range Measurement resolution CW damage level Typical 6V/m 20V/m 6V/m H-Field rejection Temperature error Size Weight 100kHz 7GHz 0,2 V/m 200 V/m 0.01 V/m 600 V/m ± MHz 3MHz-200MHz: ±0,8dB 0,15MHz-3GHz: ±1,5dB 0,1MHz-6GHz: ±2dB ± MHz (typical 0.6 db) 20 db 0.1 db/ C 450 mm x 55 mm (diam.) 180 g EP-3B-01 Electric Field Tri-Band Probe Frequency range Wide band Low pass High pass 0.1 to 3000 MHz 0.1 to 862 MHz 933 to 3000 MHz Measurement range 0.2 to 200 V/m Measurement resolution 0.01 V/m CW damage level 600 V/m Typical 6V/m ± MHz ± GHz 20V/m MHz±0.8 db MHz±0.8 db MHz±1.5 db 150 khz-3 GHz±1.5 db 150 khz-862 MHz±1.5 db 6V/m ± MHz ± GHz (typically 0.6 db) (typically 0.6 db) Out of band attenuation Not applicable 933 MHz-3 GHz 23 db (ref. to 50 MHz) MHz 23 db (ref. to 1 GHz) H-Field rejection Temperature error Size and weight 20 db 0.1 db/ C 450 mm length, 55 mm diameter g AMB /12 Subject to change without notice EP-4B-01 Electric Field Quad-Band Probe Frequency range Wide band EGSM 900 Bandpass EGSM 1800 Bandpass UMTS Bandpass 0.1 to 3000 MHz 925 to 960 MHz 1805 to 1880 MHz 2110 to 2170 MHz Meas. range 0.2 to 200 V/m 0.03 to 30 V/m 0.03 to 30 V/m 0.03 to 30 V/m Meas. resolution CW damage level 6 V/m Anisotropy 0.01 V/m 300 V/m MHz±0.8 db MHz MHz MHz 150 khz-3 GHz±1.5 db +0.5/-2.5 db +0.5/-2.5 db +0.5/-2.5 db ± 0.8 db (typical 0.6 db) ± 0.8 db (typical 0.6 db) ± 0.8 db (typical 0.6 db) ± 0.8 db (typical MHz, MHz, MHz, MHz, 3 V/m 8 860 MHz MHz MHz Out of band attenuation Not applicable MHz MHz MHz Centre frequency drift Not applicable H-field rejection (ref. to MHz) (ref. to MHz) (ref. to 2140 MHz) C = ± 100kHz C = ± 100 khz / C 20 db Temperature error 0 50 C = ± 0.3 db C = -0.1 db/ C Size and weight 450 mm length, 55 mm diameter 210 g HP-1B-01 Magnetic Field Probe Specifications Frequency range 10 Hz to 5 khz Measurement range and overload 50 nt to 200 μt -- 1 mt without damage Measurement resolution 1 nt Flatness 40 Hz 1 khz ± 1 db (typical 0.6) Anisotropy ± Hz, 3 μt E-Field rejection Size and weight 20 db 83 mm length, 53 mm diameter g AMB /12 Subject to change without notice AMB-8057 Multi-band EMF Area Monitor General Specifications Sampling time Storing rate Stored field values Simultaneous measurement of all bands every 3 seconds 30 seconds to 15 minutes AVG or RMS (calculated over the selected averaging period), MAX value 1-and 3-band: min. storing rate; 11 max storing rate Max. logging before overwriting 4-band: min. storing rate; 5 max storing rate Communication SIM card requirements Download of measurement result from area monitor Call TXT file generation SMS Interface Quad-band ( MHz) GSM-GPRS modem (SIM card not included) For remote communication, every station must be equipped with a SIM card (not provided) enabled for CSD (if desired) and/or GPRS data communication Automatic and/or manual Automatic from area monitor or from PC; manual from PC Generation of additional.txt and.bmp file for every data download Up to two mobile phones RS-232C with DB9 connector AMB AMB Power supply Li-Ion primary battery 3,6 V 13 Ah, Solar panel & Pb battery 4 V 2.5 Ah Battery operating time Operating temperature -20 C to 50 C Humidity 98% (45 C) Protection grade Alarms Dimensions and weight Type LSH20 SAFT or equivalent Battery charger 230 VAC-50 Hz 6 30 min. GSM stand-by 80 days in total 30 min. and 1 min. transmission per day GSM stand-by and 1 min. transmission per day IP54 Field over limit, full memory, open case, overheating, battery overcharge, low battery, probe failure Station: 112 x 780 mm (max diameter x height) kg Base and mast: 600 x 600 x 2000 mm (w x d x h) kg AMB-8057-SW-02 PC Software Functions and Requirements Data download Alarms Functions PC minimum requirements Manual; Automatic by the AMB-8057 or by PC at scheduled times Two programmable thresholds (attention and alarm) with notice of trespassing from both ways (bottom-up and top-down) Local and remote communication for AMB8057 setup and data downloading Calculation of AVG; RMS; Max. Vertical and Horizontal Zoom Linear and Logarithmic graphs Displaying of the probe type and calibration date, AMB-8057 Serial number Battery voltage and internal temperature recording Operating system: Windows XP, Vista Minimum display resolution: 1024x768 Internet connection for FTP remote communication mode (ports 20 and 21 for FTP data communication must be open) Line or GSM modem for CSD (Circuit Switched Data) remote communication mode AMB /12 Subject to change without notice ORDERING INFORMATION AMB-8057 set Remote stations Area Monitor remote station with internal primary Li-Ion battery Area Monitor remote station with solar panel and back-up battery Field probes Electric field probe 0.1 to 3000 MHz; 0.2 to 200 V/m Tri-band electric field probe 0.1 to 3000 MHz / 0.1 to 862 MHz / 933 to 3000 MHz; 0.2 to 200 V/m Electric field probe 0.1 to 7000 MHz; 0.2 to 200 V/m Quad-band electric field probe 0.1 to 3000 MHz; 0.2 to 200 V/m / 925 to 960 MHz / AMB AMB EP-1B-01 EP-3B-01 EP-1B to 1880 MHz / 2110 to 2170 MHz, 0.02 to 20 V/M EP-4B-01 Magnetic field probe 10 Hz to 5 khz; 50 nt to 200 μt HP-1B-01 Optional accessories Metallic T-shaped base an
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