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RF Monitor calibration certification

When it comes to the safety and well-being of your workforce, there's no room for compromise. LBA Group, a globally recognized leader in technology and engineering solutions, offers the most reliable Calibration Recertification service for your RF Safety Monitors.

Our state-of-the-art lab, staffed by skilled iNARTE-certified EMC engineers, is dedicated to verifying the precise functionality of your SafeOne® and fieldSENSE™ monitors. We understand the critical role these devices play in protecting personnel from potentially hazardous RF environments, which is why we leave no room for errors.

With over 60 years of experience, LBA Group has earned the trust of industries worldwide, setting the standard for excellence in RF Safety, Lightning Protection, Antenna Systems, and Engineering Solutions. Our commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction shines through in every aspect of our service.

Typical of these monitors is LBA Technology’s widely used SafeOne Pro®, the popular fieldSENSE 2.0,  and it's successor, fieldSENSE 60. Thousands of these monitors are in use worldwide.

When do monitors need recertification?

Most manufacturers recommend a functional calibration or recertification every two years. This is computed from the date of first use (customer delivery) or from the date of the calibration certificate included in the original purchase if delivery records do not exist. LBA keeps a serial number record of each monitor that it sells and its shipment date. LBA customers can check their shipment-based calibration recertification date by contacting LBA if it is not posted on the monitor.

LBA agrees with this advice but cautions that an annual check may be desirable for instruments frequently used outdoors and, in a construction, or climbing environment. In any event, a function test by the user is advised prior to each day’s work.

There is no practical way to validate RF performance in the field. However, if the function test is abnormal, or the RF monitor alarms are inconsistent with those of nearby units worn by coworkers, then the unit should be submitted for recertification.

Who can perform calibration recertifications?
The services of a specially equipped laboratory are required to verify that the operation of a personal RF monitor is within the manufacturer’s specifications. Because the occupational MPEs monitored represent high levels of RF power, this circumstance must be duplicated in the lab. Each recertification requires a high-power amplifier, a specially calibrated antenna, a monitor positioning device, and a shielded enclosure – an unusual and pricey set of equipment. Lab personnel must also be familiar with personal RF monitors and have access to the manufacturer’s data.

LBA Group maintains a lab facility suitable to test SafeOne® and fieldSENSE 2.0 monitors, and the recently introduced fieldSENSE 60 as its calibration intervals come due in the future. Monitor tests are supervised by iNARTE-certified EMC engineers. LBA believes its facility to be the only one specifically dedicated to these monitors. Other labs having suitable equipment, but not regularly testing these monitors, may be expected to charge several times LBA’s rates for one-off setups.

What is included in an LBA Calibration Certification?
  • Thorough Physical Examination: Each submitted monitor undergoes a comprehensive physical inspection to ensure it is in optimal condition.

  • Precise Function Testing: Our expert technicians carefully replace batteries and test each monitor's functionality, ensuring it meets the manufacturer's specifications.

  • Rigorous RF Testing: The RF monitors are placed in our specialized RF test chamber, where calibrated RF fields are applied at different orientations to verify conformance with the required standards.

  • Clear Pass-Fail Record: Following successful recertification, a date sticker is applied, and you receive a detailed pass-fail record of all tests conducted.

  • Seamless Returns: Your recertified monitor, along with all necessary documentation, is promptly returned, and ready to be put back into service.

What does recertification cost?
  • Cost-Effective Solution: We believe that safety shouldn't come at a steep price. With our $175.00 per monitor fee, which includes return surface shipping within the US, you can ensure the safety of your team without breaking the bank.
    Please note, customers are responsible for shipping monitor(s) to our Lab Facility.

    LBA Group Lab Facility
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    3400 Tupper Drive
    Greenville, NC 27834
  • Bulk Submittal Discounts: Enjoy even more savings with our discounted rates for bulk quantity submittals.
  • Flexible Scheduling: We understand the importance of minimizing disruptions to your operations, which is why we offer flexible scheduling options and fast calibration recertification services.
  • $75 Rebate Policy: In case a monitor fails recertification, and you purchase a replacement unit from LBA, we extend a $75 rebate, which comes in the form of credit towards a new monitor purchase from an LBA OneSource. Our way of ensuring your safety doesn't come at an added cost.

Choose LBA's Calibration Recertification Service and rest assured that your RF Safety Monitors will deliver unmatched performance and safeguard your team with unrivaled reliability. 

Go to our online store at LBA OneSource to start your monitor calibration recertification today! 

For assistance with personal monitor calibration recertification, or to purchase new monitors, contact our experts at lbagrp@lbagroup.com or 252-317-2121.


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About LBA

LBA Group companies serve technical infrastructure needs related to the broadcast, wireless, electromagnetic compatibility and safety sectors worldwide. We provide consulting, training and other telecommunications industry services. We also produce and market hardware for radio transmission, RF shielding, safety and testing.