Don’t just take our word for it. You can now check for this pollution yourself! A special meter has been developed which can be plugged into an electrical outlet to determine the levels of EMF high-frequency pollution in your home or office both before and after using the HF EMPOR. Extremely easy to use and reliable.
This meter is designed to measure only the high frequency noise which may exist in your electrical wiring. It contains special filters which remove the normal 50/60 Hz signal for the readout.
The meter is very easy to use. Simply plug the meter into an electric outlet. The meter works equally well on standard outlets (2 prong, or 3-prong), and GFI outlets. It can also be used with surge suppressors, power strips or extension cords.
The readout of the meter gives an indication of how much high frequency noise is in the wiring at the outlet where the meter is located. The higher the readout, the more high frequency pollution. The readout is not calibrated, but is very useful for making relative (comparison) measurements.
Ideally, the readout should be as low as possible. It is generally agreed that readings should be below 50. Notice that unplugging appliances may affect the reading.
When using the meter in conjunction with the Graham-Stetzer Filters, plug the meter into the outlet first. Then add Graham-Stetzer Filters to the same outlet and nearby outlets and watch the reading decrease.
The use of a power strip to increase the number of available outlets is useful when you need multiple Graham-Stetzer Filters to reduce the reading to the desired level.
The meter is re-usable. Can be used on 50/60 Hz, 110-230 V systems. Covers 10 kHz to 100 kHz. Has standard 2 prong North Amercian plug, so you will need an adapter to use it outside of N. America. Click here for full instructions.