September 13, 2017
February 12, 2016
Hi Esteban, welcome to the forum. Your original posting is blank on my browser for some reason, but I can still read it in my RSS reader.
If you compare your gaussmeter readings with the Building Biology guidelines (https://www.baubiologie.de/site/wp-content/uploads/richtwerte-2015-englisch.pdf) you will see that they are VERY high. Are you definitely reading the units of measure correctly – definitely Gauss and not Milligauss, or something else? The gaussmeter should be measuring power frequency (AC) field strength, and the notebook itself will be running on DC, from the power supply or the battery. So the readings should be very low. For comparison, my laptop measures no different from the ambient magnetic field in the room. Is the field definitely coming from the notebook and not from some other, nearby source?
I would be just as concerned about the high readings in your house, especially if they occur in areas where people spend a lot of time (bedroom, kitchen, favourite chair etc). It will be interesting when you can check these readings against a professional meter. Please let us know what you find as others may be considering using an app.
Lloyd featured a number of apps on the main site recently, which you may have seen (https://www.electricsense.com/10998/emf-detector-apps/).
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