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CORNET ED85 RF EMF/EMR meter (for home use) video review

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Uploaded on May 7, 2011

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More details on this and other meters:
http://www.norad4u.com/monitor/home-e...


פרטים נוספים על מד זה ואחרים ב:
http://www.norad4u.co.il/emr-measurem...

The CORNET ED85EX is a single axis RF meter for frequencies between 1 MHZ to 8 GHz. It has a digital LCD display with a lot of information and in addition a color bar led display. The CORNET ED85EX can measure from 1 uW/m2 to 0.58 W/m2.

On the CORNET ED85EX LCD you can fine the level of the EMR represented in several ways, In large numeric digits the CORNET ED85EX displays the dBm units and in small numeric digits it displays the uW/m2 units. On the right side of the LCD the CORNET ED85EX displays the last 32 measurements values into a histogram shape (couple of measurement are done every second). In addition there is a led color bar next to the right side of the LCD. The histogram gives the operator a very good indication of the EMR levels over the last few seconds and makes the job of finding EMR sources much easier.

The CORNET ED85EX is equipped with a back light for the LCD display, which can be turned on by pressing the upper function buttons and which is automatically turned off after 20 seconds. The LCD back light makes it possible to use the CORNET ED85EX at night and in poor light conditions. The lower button is used to freeze the display on the last measured value (Hold function).

A big On-Off button is located under the LCD and above the 2 function buttons in the front of the CORNET ED85EX (gets pressed very easily when the meter is in the bag or not in use).

The CORNET ED85EX has an external antenna (you need to screw it in) and it uses a 9V battery (easy access from the back of the CORNET ED85EX). The battery kept the meter working for more than one hour with the back light on. I recommend having a spare battery or even several rechargeable batteries if you use the CORNET ED85EX more than once in a while.


Advantages:
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· A lot of info on the LCD.
· LCD Back light.
· Histogram graph.
· The external antenna makes it easier to hold and direct the meter.
· Display of Max values (only in some modles).

Disadvantages:
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· One axis only
· Short battery life, better to have rechargeable batteries.
· At first some people can find it hard to follow all the info on the LCD.
· ON-OFF button is easily pushed when inside the bag.
· You will need to take the antenna apart for safe keeping and storage.

Button line:
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The CORNET ED85EX will suit you if you are looking for a RF meter for up to 8 GHz , and if you are not afraid from a lot of data being presented on the same small LCD at the same time.

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