Cell Phone Radiation Protection Is a System, Not a Single Product

The RF Safe (SCP) Safe Cell Phone System emphasizes that cell phone radiation protection is a system of precautions, not just a single product or accessory. RF Safe-approved products cannot make false or unsupported claims and must be based on a current scientific understanding of physics. In over a quarter of a century, RF Safe has never claimed that a single product can protect users from cell phone radiation exposure by 99% as other companies claim their products do.  We know better, and we hope you do too!  Any company claiming to achieve this level of protection with a single accessory is a huge red flag! It is safe to say any company making such a claim doesn’t understand the physics involved, or they are trying to scam you!

Cell Phone Radiation Protection Is a System, Not a Single Product

Protection is dependent on following safe cell phone usage practices.    RF Safe has long promoted this as an (SCP) Safe Cell Phone Accessory Package. There are two main accessories that are scientifically supported in helping you achieve the safest possible cell phone use.

These accessories include an RF Safe Approved Air Tube Headset, and an RF Safe Approved phone case. No one on earth has more experience in designing these products than RF Safe, and we can assure you none of these accessories is a solution on their own.

Safe Cell Phone Accessory Packages are designed to aid you in overall safe cell phone usage!  Never think that using an anti-radiation case by itself or a headset provides you the protection of 90% or better, as many manufacturers claim.   Your level of protection is always dependent on usage, how and when it is used.   QuantaCase and QuantaBuds are designed from the ground up to be RF Safe Approved!

Cell Phone Radiation Protection Is a System, Not a Single Product

The SCP (Safe Cell Phone) System is a package of accessories promoted by RF Safe to reduce exposure to harmful cell phone radiation. The package includes an RF Safe Approved QuantaCase that deflects phone radiation away from the head and body of the user without covering the antenna or increasing radiation emissions.

The package also includes an RF Safe Approved QuantaBuds headset with air tube technology that delivers live acoustic sound without microwave radiation or electrical components in the ear. The air-filled wireless tube technology provides crystal-clear sound and reduces RF exposure to the head. The SCP System is a comprehensive solution for reducing exposure to cell phone radiation and making smartphone usage safer.

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It’s crucial to keep in mind that the FCC’s SAR standard is determined by assuming that the device is used according to the manufacturer’s instructions and kept at a specific distance from the body, usually between 5-15 mm.

RF Safe Score (RSS) algorithm uses mathematical operations such as multiplication and summation to calculate the RF Safe Score based on Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) values and other factors such as skull thickness. It is defined by a formula that takes into account SAR values, SAR limit, skull thickness, threshold point values, and a function that calculates point values based on skull thickness. The formula is written in a mathematically sound, clear, and logical way.

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) conducts SAR testing under specific conditions to ensure that the results represent an unrealistic best-case scenario for the general population rather than the worst-case scenarios, as some might assume.

These conditions include using a simulated adult skull with a thickness of 2mm, which assumes that children will not use a cell phone, and maintaining a specific distance between the device and the head or body, such as a minimum of 5mm to 15mm. Conditions that may not be practical in real-world usages, like when carrying it.

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The RSS algorithm assesses compliance with Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) standards established by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) by counting the number of threshold breaches. These thresholds are set at 50% for a 5-year-old child with a skull thickness of 0.5mm, 72.5% for a 10-year-old child with a skull thickness of 1.0mm, and 95% of the legal limit for adults with an average skull thickness of 2mm. Each threshold breach is penalized with a negative point value, which is reflected in the overall score.

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At RF Safe, we go beyond just designing the world’s most effective wireless safety accessories. Our main focus is educating the public about the potential dangers of RF radiation and how to protect yourself. We offer a variety of online resources such as articles, videos, and research studies to help you understand the issue and make informed decisions about safety. In the digital age, we’re constantly exposed to electronic devices that emit RF radiation, which can be harmful. RF Safe is here to help you strike a balance between convenience and safety so you don’t have to choose between the two. Don’t wait, educate yourself and your loved ones with RF Safe.

Since 1998, RF SAFE® has been dedicated to evolving the wireless industry’s safety standards by engaging in the design, testing, manufacture, and sale of safety technologies to mitigate the harmful effects of cell phone radiation.

RSS = -16.5 * (Σ (SARi/1.6 * 100 >= 95)) – 11 * (Σ (SARi/1.6 * 100 between 72.49 and 94.99)) – 5.5 * (Σ (SARi/1.6 * 100 between 50 and 72.48))

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The RF Safe Score (RSS) algorithm takes into account the well-understood physics of microwave absorption and the thickness of the skull, an aspect that is not considered in current Federal Communications Commission (FCC) guidelines. The algorithm calculates a point value based on the thresholds of 50%, 75%, and 95% of the legal limit of 1.6W/kg, with each threshold representing a .5mm, 1.0mm, and 2.0mm skull thickness, respectively.