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the units of a Tri-field meter?
December 6, 2018
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Some years ago the tri-field meter was brought to my attention after reading a book from from the library, in the book it said how a doctor walk past a loud power transformer humming away, the doctor then realized that everyone in the area had cancer, that was abnormally higher than for other living areas just outside the region.

at the time I tried to purchase a tri-field meter but for some reason I was not able to buy it, maybe the old model had been sold out and the buyer comments did not support buying the new replacement model,

[moving on to 2018,] someone sent me a email, they said and they gave me a lot of measurements around their kitchen , it gave all the numbers but no units, the number are not much help without the units it is like saying the distance from earth to the nearest black hole is 9999 units and it is getting closer..

My reply email has not helped, I am not sure if the person took my question as a insult, or they are asking on behalf of someone else?

[now we get to this website] since this model often gets talked about here and this is why I ask, it is quite possible, more than likely that if someone uses numbers without the units thy are not technically minded, and in saying that, then the meter could be on default settings, than again maybe not, maybe it only has one lot of unit settings, a sort of “take it of leave it” type meter. like I am only guessing here, maybe the factory spent so much money on that model engineering that did not build into the model the ability to change units for the numbers

[is everyone with me on this ?] should I explain more ?

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