The Cellsafe Radi-Chip models we develop undergo stringent independent testing to provide the optimal reduction in mobile phone radiation possible with virtually no loss of signal.
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) is used to measure the energy which is absorbed by human tissue when exposed to a radio frequency electromagnetic field. By Australian regulations, mobile phones must emit a SAR of less than 2 W/kg (http://gsi.nist.gov/global/docs/mra/Zombolas2-final-presentation050609.pdf) . The US standard is lower at 1.6 W/kg (http://gsi.nist.gov/global/docs/mra/Zombolas2-final-presentation050609.pdf) .
Measuring SAR from mobile phones and tablets is a complex and expensive process. There’s only one NATA accredited lab in Australia equipped to test SAR from wireless devices, and that’s EMC Technologies in Melbourne. We commission full independent reports from EMC Technologies as well as other global laboratories for Radi-Chip models. That’s why Cellsafe can provide a reliable indication of how much your Radi-Chip will reduce your radiation exposure by, which can be up to 95%* for some models.
How accurate is the safety limit?
The SAR limit was developed back in 1996 before our smartphones became our constant companions, and calculated for a 90kg man. There’s no separate safety limit for children, whose brains absorb up to twice the radiation that adults do. The SAR limit also doesn’t take into account any cumulative effects of microwave radiation from our phones.