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 EMF-380 - standard or weighted EMF measurement

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Igor Polishchuk Posted - 04/19/2018 : 20:55:32
Hello,
Can somebody please let me know if EMF-380 produces standard or weighted EMF measurement?
Weighted in a sense it multiplies values for higher frequencies to show higher effect of higher frequencies on a human body.
The new Trinet EMF meter for example has both, standard and weighted modes.
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EmfDev Posted - 04/25/2018 : 11:00:30
The EMF measurement for higher frequencies is weighted.

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