SPEAG’s redesigned Exposure Acquisition SYstem V6 (EASY6) offers maximal flexibility, ease of use, and customized integration of up to 16 of SPEAG's E-/H-field, SAR, and temperature probes to help you achieve precision in your daily laboratory measurement tasks.
In response to increased demand for high-precision electric (E-) and magnetic (H-) field and specific absorption rate (SAR) measurements in customized setups, SPEAG released EASY6. With EASY6, we provide our customers with an easy-to-use solution to manage the application of SPEAG's miniature multi-purpose near-field probes for direct field measurements or for integration in your own automated measurement system. EASY6 is optimally suited for monitoring and controlling strong radiofrequency (RF) fields and/or hostile electromagnetic (EM) environments found, e.g., in open-sites, anechoic chambers, EM compatibility laboratories, reverberation chambers, as well as in clinical and biomedical applications.
SPEAG’s highly resistive diode-loaded probes are known to be the most accurate probes for measurement of RF E- and H-fields, SAR, and temperature. The probes are connected to the shielded data acquisition electronics (EASY6-DAE) that is both smaller and lighter than its predecessor EASY4-DAE. EASY6-DAE processes the sensor data and communicates via a custom-made optically active cable – which can be up to 20 m in length – with the remote unit (EASY6-RU) connected via USB to a PC. Two EASY6-DAEs can be connected to each EASY6-RU at the same time. Furthermore, the current EASY6 software simultaneously supports up to eight different EASY6-RUs, i.e., up to 16 probes.
The plug-and-play system is configured for use with the intuitive EASY6 software (EASY6-SW-V1). Any measurement profiles can be defined, and all measured data can be exported. It also has a powerful application programming interface (API) that allows the integration of EASY6 into any custom-made measurement setup for automated measurements.
Curious about how it works? Check out our EASY6 video below and visit our EASY6 webpage to learn more about the specifications.
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On the basis of careful investigation of used hand phantoms that have been returned to our labs, SPEAG strongly recommends recertification of all SHO hand phantoms after at most 3 years of use or in the case of any visible damage.
SPEAG is pleased to announce the release of our latest portable dielectric measurement system, the DAKS-12, which combines SPEAG’s DAK-12 probe with a handheld single-port ShockLine MS46121A vector network analyzer from Anritsu. The easy-to-use DAKS-12 is designed for very robust dielectric measurements in the frequency range of 10 MHz – 3 GHz.
ZMT Zurich MedTech AG and SPEAG hosted the annual Hardware and Software Workshop in Korea on October 23, 2015, with Dymstec, SPEAG’s distribution partner in Korea, as the local organizers of this popular event. Approximately 200 participants attended the workshop to preview ZMT’s and SPEAG’s latest innovations and product updates and to learn about the roadmap for future technological advances in 2015 and beyond.
SPEAG continues to advance the state of the art for precise and fast SAR measurement with the release of cSAR3D V2.4. The implementation of new calibration techniques and reconstruction algorithms has significantly improved the measurement accuracy. Modulation analysis and standards-compatible fast SAR protocols are also new in this release.
In response to numerous customer requests, SPEAG has developed the DAK Verification Kit for quick and easy verification of the Dielectric Assessment Kit system. The characterized liquid in the Verification Kit will be measured and compared to the imported target data after system calibration, ensuring reliable performance and results.
The future of SAR measurement technology was on full display on June 11 at an open forum organized by UL in Basingstoke, UK called “New Innovation SAR Measurement Using Array Systems”. Prominently featured at the event was a live demonstration of cSAR3D, SPEAG’s real-time SAR measurement system. The IT’IS Foundation summarized the groundbreaking research work that defined SAR measurement technology and is driving new innovations for the future.