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EMR Australia offers Australian residents the option to hire various meters. The following terms and conditions apply to meter hire:

Hire period is for seven days from the date on which the equipment is received. It is deemed to be received when it reaches the address or post office box of the hirer. EMR Australia PL inspects equipment for condition before sending it to the hirer and packages it carefully for transportation by post.

The hirer agrees to take good care of the equipment during the hire period and not to allow the equipment to be used by anyone outside his or her immediate family. The hirer agrees to return the equipment on or before the required date or to pay the necessary late fee. Late fees are calculated at $10 a day for one meter; $20 a day for 2 meters and $25 a day for 3 meters. These fees may be billed directly to the hirer’s credit card. If the hirer fails to return the meter(s) within one month, he or she will be charged for the full cost of the meter(s) and a $20 administration fee.

The hirer agrees to return the equipment to EMR Australia PL in good condition. If equipment is returned in a damaged state, EMR Australia PL has the right to charge the hirer for the replacement cost of the equipment. The hirer further agrees to return the meters carefully packaged for transportation by the postage method indicated in the kit. Should the hired equipment hired require repair during the hire period, the hirer agrees to contact EMR Australia PL and not to undertake any repairs him- or herself. EMR Australia PL will organise the repair or replacement of the equipment.

The hirer may return DE2 filters included in the deTekta hire package if they are in as-new condition, suitable for resale. If the DE2 filters or their packaging are damaged in any way, the hirer agrees to pay the purchase price for the filter(s).

EMR Australia PL’s meters may have some degree of inaccuracy and are intended to provide guidance of exposure levels. They are not to be used for medical, legal, certification or similar purposes.

The hirer accepts complete responsibility for any injury or loss resulting from the use of the equipment and agrees to indemnity EMR Australia against all claims relating to such injury or loss.

  • RadAware - Personal Radiation Exposure Alarm



    Ships to


    CKE : P-PREA

    Dimensions: 11 x 6.3 x 2.1cm (LxWxD)

    Weight: 140g (including battery); 175g with pouch.

    Shipping: Express Post/Signature on Delivery. Postage calculated at checkout based on your postcode.


    The Radaware is a handy, personal alarm for radiofrequency (wireless) radiation that alerts you to detect the presence of radiation in your environment above the level that you set for yourself.

    It is thousands of times more sensitive than other alarms for radiofrequency radiation and detects a wider range of frequencies, including those planned for 5G.

    It indicates the presence of harmful levels of wireless radiation and the source.

    It features coloured LEDs, sound function (that can be turned off) and 6 different alarm sounds for each of two sensitivity ranges.

    It is battery operated for convenient use when on the move or at home.   

    You also receive a copy of 'Wireless-wise Families' by Lyn McLean

    This book has everything you need to know about making your home and family safe from wireless radiation including:

    • What is wireless radiation?
    • Why take precautions?
    • Mobile phones
    • Cordless phones
    • Wi-fi
    • Digital dads and mobile mums
    • Wireless kids
    • Wireless learning
    • Wi-tech relationships
    • Buying for your home
    • Wireless travelers
    • Wireless neighbourhood

    Sensitivity ranges:

    • The most sensitive setting, suitable for people very sensitive to wireless radiation, ranges from <0.02 V/m to 0.2 V/m.
    • The lease sensitive option, suitable for people less sensitive, who nevertheless want to protect themselves from wireless radiation, ranges from 0.3 V/m to 3 V/m.

    How the alarm works:

    • At the lowest exposure on the range you’ve selected, the green light will appear and you’ll hear a single ticking sound.
    • As your exposure increases slightly, the light will remain green and you’ll hear a double ticking sound.
    • As exposure increases again, the yellow light will display and you’ll hear three ticking sounds.
    • With increased exposure, the light will remain yellow and you’ll hear 4 louder beeps.
    • As exposure increases, the red light will appear and you’ll hear an on-off beeping sound.
    • At the highest levels of exposure, the light will remain red and you’ll hear a ‘flatline’ continuous tone.

    You can use the RadAware to detect the presence of wireless radiation in your environment and its source. The levels of alert will increase the nearer you get to the source.

    You can see an independent review of the RadAware by Lloyd Burrell here.

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