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GQ_EMF390 Posted - 12/23/2021 : 10:28:00
Hi guys,
I've recently bought a GQ EMF 390. This week I exported the results from my bedroom. And sorted it on the highest values, to see what's going on.

- What unit are the last 4 columns?
- And is there a typo by the GQ developers? Because I think "mW/m2" is actually uM/m2 (4th column)
- I've sorted it on the highest RF values.. and it seems that 2mW/cm2 equals 20W/m2, which is crazy high, right? So I guess something is wrong with the units (headers) ? Because on the display of the EMF-390 I only saw 2.500uW/m2 as the highest value

Thank you
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EmfDev Posted - 12/23/2021 : 10:51:22
Seems like there is something wrong with your the software, or .csv file. I have replied to your email, can you please send me a copy of the .csv file you downloaded? Thanks.

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