I'm having a hard time deciding whether to get the https://www.electrahealth.com/safe_and_sound_pro_meter.html Safe and Sound Pro II or the Gigahertz Solutions HF35C or . . .
Is the Safe n Sound Pro II well built, durable, rugged, reliable, etc. Is it as accurate as the HF35C? Is it as directional as the HF35C? For example, will the Safe & Sound Pro II cut out background noise and focus on a baby monitor so I can show my kids what they are doing to my grandchildren?
I read a review by a mechanical designer with 30 years' experience who said that the antenna on the HF35C is quite (very) difficult to get on and off.
I am an engineer, and I like to study, I like gadgets, and I like numbers. I don't just want a bunch of lights that light up on my meter. I want to know the exact reading, peak & RMS, and I want accuracy. Will the Safe & Sound Pro II give me as much information as the HF35C?
Do I really need 0.001 - 2,500,000 uW/sq. m., or is 0.1 - 1999 uW/sq. m. sufficient? (Assuming the HF35C is the better meter.) [Was the 0.001 uW/sq. m. a misprint on some specs I read? Your website says the Safe & Sound Pro II only goes down to 0.5 uW/sq. m.] But I want to measure down to at least 0.1 uW/sq. m. or lower.
Do I really need 200 MHz - 8 GHz, or is 800 - 2500 MHz sufficient? (Assuming the HF35C is the better meter.)
Should I be looking at the HFE35C or the HF38B?
Thanks for your time,
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