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A RF "card" for bedroom similar to radiation card
November 30, 2018
8:40 pm
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I take it everyone has heard of the radiation card, it warns you to get out of the toxic by radiation environment before you get over exposed to radiation.

And I would like to thank Lloyd Burrell to bring to my attention there is a couple of documents in PDF for safe sleeping environment .

Since then I thought a RF strength logger might be the thing to keep in the bed room that would registers the peak RF amounts while one is asleep.

It could be seen as a testing device to see if your home should splash out and buy a Faraday tent for every bed in the house.

if you look at the “Building Biology Evaluation Guidelines For Sleeping Areas” you will see it has many categories such as No Concern, Slight Concern, Severe Concern & Extreme Concern. I dont see any reason why such a device put to electronic memory the peak RF level while you are asleep and the levels could be brought up on a screen to be reviewed by a member of the household the next morning, If it is decided to buy a Faraday tent the device could be used inside the tent to see just how effective it is

I dont know maybe there is a low cost end device already out there that could do a similar job

praise the Lord! it seems that since everyone out there like the warmth of their head in the ground, Faith in the Lord is the only one that can save us now.

December 1, 2018
9:15 am
Peter Williamson

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The EMFields Acoustimeter retains the peak reading in V/M for all the time it is switched on. So it might actually do what you are looking for. However it is really designed as a measuring tool so I don’t know how long the batteries would last if it’s on all night. An enquiry to EMFields might provide an answer – they are usually very helpful. There may be other meters which provide this functionality.

December 1, 2018
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Thank you Peter I must look into it,

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