World’s First Affordable 5G Meter

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Brian Hoyer

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  • 5G – how what these exposures do to your biology is completely ignored – just like the tobacco industry ignored the studies 
  • 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G – are higher frequencies really worse? 
  • Why having an EMF meter is so important – seeing is believing 
  • The world’s first affordable 5G meter –  the ins and outs of what this meter can do 
  • What happens when you use 5G on your phone – see why we can’t trust the cell phone industry 
  • Why most of the RF meters in the market only go up to 8GHz to 10GHz, and then there’s a blind spot 
  • What you should know if you have a 5G antenna next to your home –  is shielding really the right solution? 
  • A free & easy way to check if there are 5G antennas in your neighbourhood 
  • Brian’s community group – when you order a 5G meter you can join his forum to get tips & videos on how to use it 

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The FM5 meter measures in micro watts per meter squared and sensitivity is down to 1 micro watt per meter squared.

Lower frequency module frequency range 1 MHz to 10 Ghz
Low freq. sensitivity 1uW/m2 to >100k uW/m2
High frequency range 24 GHz to 32 Ghz.
High freq. sensitivity 30uW/m2 to >100k uW/m2.
Audio range 40Hz to 16kHz.
Power draw approx. 50mA on low freq. module.
Approx. 200mA on high freq. module.
Power source: 9V battery, battery life is dependent on battery quality but more so which module you use; the mm wave module is 400% more battery hungry than the low frequency module.

We currently do not have the exact specs on accuracy but it should be comparable with other RF meters on the market between +\- 3dB to +/- 8dB. I realize that is quite a range but until we know specifics from the manufacturer we can't really confirm that info yet. We have asked the manufacturer about specifics and are waiting on lab testing. We will update the website when we have more information.

The meter has two test settings. One is 40 MHz-10GHz and the other is 24GHz-32GHz. Future antenna upgrades are going to be available and they are already working on a 38-42 GHz range and a 60GHz antenna based on what technology is being rolled out and what the need is to test various frequency ranges. When future antenna upgrades are released the meter can be sent to the manufacturer for a different antenna frequency range upgrade

The retail price of the FM5 meter is $999.99 and with the code ELECTRICSENSE50, you receive $50 off. We are taking pre-orders for this new meter that will be arriving sometime in September, and the first 50 people that order get free world-wide shipping.
Please take the time to read the information about the meter. There are many different meters that measure various types of EMFs, so this may or may not fit your needs.

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The FM5 meter only measures wireless frequencies. You would need a different type of meter to measure dirty electricity. We recommend the 2 different meters below to test dirty electricity. Stetzerizer Microsurge Meter- Inexpensive meter for measuring dirty electricity. Has a different frequency range than the Line EMI meter. Ideally you should use both or the picture is incomplete about what's going on with the dirty electricity in the home. Line EMI meter- Has a sound function. Picks up a different frequency range than the Stetzerizer. Should be used in addition to the Stetzerizer to get a complete picture of the DE situation in the home.
The meter can give peace of mind and help change habits to lower your exposure levels. Often there are places that are worse (or places where you might feel worse and suspect various frequency exposures.) Testing is the only reliable way to determine what actions can help. Additionally, much comes from devices in the home and more devices will use these frequencies in the future. The meter helps to determine what you can do about what you can control and also to change habits to avoid extreme exposures in situations that are more difficult to avoid.
The lower frequency range from 1MHz to 10GHz can be used for detecting WiFi which is in the 2.4GHz or 5GHz frequency bands. Bluetooth operates at 2.4GHz. Many of the 3G, 4G and even 5G network frequencies are found in this lower frequency range. T-Mobile has been using frequency bands in the 600-700MHz range for their 5G networks. Verizon uses a 700MHz band in this range. Verizon has recently acquired additional “mid-band” frequencies between 1GHz to 7GHz. The meter's high frequency range of 24GHz to 32GHz can be used to detect millimeter waves, such as T-Mobile's Band n258 which operates at 24GHz and Band n261 which operates at 28GHz. Verizon holds the majority of licenses in the 27.5-28.35GHz range. Satellite services like Starlink, will be using a variety of frequency bands as well. The meter has two test settings. One is 40MHz-10GHz and the other is 24GHz-32GHz. Future antenna upgrades are going to be available and they are already working on a 38-42 GHz range and a 60GHz antenna based on what technology is being rolled out and what the need is to test various frequency ranges.

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