The measuring equipment of the Gabriel-Objekt-consultants

Our Gabriel-Object-consutants work exclusively with the most modern technologies and measuring devices. Measurements at your sleeping-, living- or workplace are performed with four different high quality measuring sondes made by the company ROM-Elektronik GmbH. Each of these sondes measures a different component of the electromagnetic interfrence potential - hence (colloquial) the electro smog:

 

 

Alternating low frequent electric fields

 

These fields result from electric installations and a variety of electric devices - even when they are switched off but connected to the electricity mains. During Gabriel-Object-counseling a three-dimensional sonde is used to measure alternating low-frequent electric fields including possible interactions and influences by other fields. A scanning measurement comprising nine measuring points is performed to elucidate the spacial distribution of the low frequent electric field strength (V/m) along the three space axes x, y, z. The results are recorded in one measuring procedure and transferred to a laptop where a particular software calculates a corresponding spacial value (isotropic measuring procedure) which is finally presented as coloured graphic.

Technical data

Measuring technology:

  • 3D – sonde to evaluate alternating electric fields (low frequency) / ROM-Elektronik GmbH
  • Potential-free and three dimensional measuring
  • Measurement according to DIN EN 50413, European Basic Norm for Measuring Procedures
  • Measurement according to DIN VDE 0848-1, Federal-Ambient-Pollution-Control-Act (BImSchG)
  • Measuring according to BGV B11, Professional Cooperative Instructions (BGV)

 

Measuring value:

Space-dependent (isotropic) value determination

Measuring range:

From 0 to 20.0 V/m; from 0 to 200.0 V/m and from 0 to 2,000 V/m

Frequency range:

From 10 Hz to 400,000 Hz (broad band)

Measuring uncertainty:

Basic precision: ± 5 %; ± 2 % from terminal value

Software:             

Gabriel-Tech GmbH

 

 

Alternating low frequent magnetic fields


Alternating low frequent magnetic fields are generated by electric motors, high power lines, the railway power supply system, the indor electric supply network and all electric devices and current transformers provided they are switched on allowing a corresponding power flow. Similar to alternating low frequent electric fields alternating magnetic fields are measured including possible interferences and influences by other fields. For this purpose a specific three dimensional sonde is used to scan nine measuring points in a grid. The corresponding measuring variable concers the magnetic flow density which is given in nano Tesla (nT).

Technical data

Measuring technology:

  • 3D – sonde to determine alternating magnetic fields (low frequent) / Fauser
  • Electromagnetic coil area 100 cm² with actual value detection of the measuring values
  • Measuring according to DIN EN 50413, European Basic Norm for Measuring Procedures
  • Measuring according to DIN VDE 0848-1, Federal-Ambient-Pollution-Control-Act (BImSchG)
  • Measuring according to BGV B11, Professional Cooperative-Instructions (BGV)

 

Measuring value:

Space independent (isotropic) value determination

Measuring range:

from ± 0 nT to ±  20,000 nT

Frequency range:

from ± 5 Hz to ± 400,000 Hz (filter inactive)

 

Measuring precision:

± 2.5 % (magnetic field)

Software:                             

Gabriel-Tech GmbH

 

 

Constant magnetic fields


The natural earth magnetic field represents the largest constant magentic field. Its field strength depends on the location and normally varies between approximately 10 to approximately 100 nano Tesla (nT). In addition it is influenced by geological disavowals, underground water courses and different grid formations as well as by various building-physical factors (e.g. iron girders), permanent magnets (e.g. loud speaker boxes) and direct current- and alternating current-systems. During the Gabriel-Object-consultation the real local unidirectional magnetic fields are measured including possible interferences and influences using a three-dimensional sonde to determine nine measuring points in a grid. During one measuring procedure existing deviations with respect to the normal geomagnetic field are determined along the three space axes x, y, z and transferred to a loptop where a particular software calculates from the resulting values a spacial value (isotropic measuring procedure) which is presented in form of a coloured graphic.

Technical data

 

Measuring technology:

  • 3D – sonde to determine unidirectional magnetic fields  / ROM Elektronik GmbH
  • Measuring according to DIN EN 50413, European Basic Norm for Measuring Procedures
  • Measuring according to DIN VDE 0848-1, Federal-Ambient-Pollution-Control-Act (BImSchG)
  • Measuring according to BGV B11, Professional Cooperative-Instructions (BGV)

 

Measuring value:

Space independent (isotropic) value determination

Measuring range:

from ± 7 nT to ±  200,000 nT

Frequency range:

from 0 Hz to approximately 10 Hz

Measuring precision:

7 nT

Software:

Gabriel-Tech GmbH

 

 

High frequent electromagnetic waves

 

In contrast to electric and magnetic fields the high frequent electromagnetic waves generated by mobile communications and radio communications can only be determined by trend, measured in μW/m². For this purpose the Gabriel-Object-consultants also use a first-class measuring device. Again the results are documented and presented as coloured graphic.

Technical data

 

Measuring technology:

 

  • High frequency-analyzer / ROM-Elektronik GmbH
  • Integrated HF-Filter D-Net, E-Net, DECT, UMTS, WLAN/ Bluetooth
  • LCD display, audio analysis, integrated computer interface
  • Singular measurements with directional antenna as abridgement measuring according to:
  • DIN EN 50413, European Base Norm to measuring procedures
  • DIN VDE 0848-1, Federal-Ambient-Pollution-Control-Act (BImSchG)
  • BGV B11, Professional Cooperative-Instructions (BGV)

 

Measuring procedure:

Detector reciever / passive filter type / maximum value memory

 

Measuring range:

From 0.1 µW/m² to 10,000 µW/m²

Sensitivity:

Better than 0.1 µW/m²

Frequency range:

From 10 MHz to 2.5 GHz (allpass)

Software:

Gabriel-Tech GmbH

The electrofield meter EFM 022 is suitable to determine surface tensions of electrostatic rechargable surfaces, fabrics, materials or devices. The easy-to-use measuring device is working according to the field mill-influence-principle; its digital indication is easy to read.

Every Gabriel-Object-consultant disposes of its own laptop that is specifically programmed for the task of the Gabriel-Object-consultation.

This program was developed in cooperation with the iMB engineering company (Mr. Dipl.-Ing. Michael Baacke).

he Gabriel-Object-consultant is capable to demonstrate the various physical values to its client directly after the completion of the measurements - this is unique within the building-biological range.

Gabriel-Object-consultants who finished the training and passed the examination get a certificate. Then they are equiped with a Gabriel-Object-suitcase containing the following items:

  1. 3D-sonde to measure alternating electric fields (low frequency) / ROM-Elektronik GmbH
  2. 3D-sonde to measure alternating magnetic fields (low frequency) / Fauser
  3. 3D-sonde to measure direct magnetic fields (low frequency) / ROM-Elektronik GmbH
  4. High-frequency-analyzer / ROM-Elektronik GmbH
  5. Electrofieldmeter EFM 022 / Feldmühle
  6. Magna probe I (with diamont support)
  7. Digital camera (with SD-card)
  8. EMV tripod made from ash-tree wood / Berlebach precision tripods
  9. Laptop equiped with the Gabriel-Object-consulting software
  10. Gabriel-Object-consultant suitcase to transport and store the necessary measuring devices.

The first Gabriel-Object-consultants with the measuring equipment (2010)

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