Wikidata:Property proposal/SAR Value

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specific absorption rate[edit]

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Descriptionmeasure of the maximum energy absorbed by a unit of mass of exposed tissue of a person using a mobile phone, over a given time or more simply the power absorbed per unit mass.
Representsspecific absorption rate (Q914138)
Data typeQuantity
Template parameter"sar" in Template:Infobox mobile phone (Q5849853)
Domainelectronic device model (Q62008942)
Allowed unitsWatt per kilogram
Example 1Huawei Ascend Mate7 (Q18643709) → 1.54 W/kg [1]
Example 2Fairphone 2 (Q21000819) → 0.65 applies to part (P518) head (Q23640); → 1.1 applies to part (P518) body (Q170494); [2]
Example 3OnePlus 7 Pro (Q64262423) → 1.6 W/kg
Expected completenessalways incomplete (Q21873886)

Motivation[edit]

The Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) is the rate at which the body absorbs electromagnetic waves when using electrical devices. This is a commonly used indicator for phones. There is a debate about which levels are deemed harmful for humans, but generally, with the increasing use of phones in all age groups, it's certainly something to pay attention to. There's certainly a question about the question of the source for the values, whether they come from the manufacturer or another agency. Sometimes there's just one value, or multiple for head and body (in this applies to part might help) For example: Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Head: 0.27 W/kg, Body: 0.76 W/kg, ST: 1.59 W/kg [3] Germartin1 (talk) 15:11, 4 July 2019 (UTC)

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