The EMF Protection Store contains what I consider to be the most useful and affordable products and resources to help you protect yourself from EMF exposures and create a safer and more healthy living and work environment.
Each of the EMF meters on this page perform a different function. My review pages offer more complete information on the products listed.
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Any external electric field in proximity to where you are will induce an electric field within your body. Our biological processes (for instance, brain function and heart muscle contraction) are susceptible to these EMFs.
You can use the Body Voltage Meter to quickly and easily measure your AC body voltage. Hold the sensor handle and notice how your body voltage varies as you move about the room according to what EMFs you move through.
The Body Voltage Meter is also a good way to test the effectiveness of your static discharge (ESD) devices and can be used to measure the AC voltage build up on static producing surfaces. The large digital readout is easy to see and sensitive down to 1 mV. It will help you detect voltage sources which may not otherwise be obvious. Uses 1 9V battery (not included). Calibrated for 40-500 Hz.
The Cornet ED88Tplus measures electric fields, magnetic fields and high frequency radiowaves (microwaves). It covers a very wide frequency range with good sensitivity. There are 2 ranges for magnetic, permitting the user to check for both very weak and very strong fields (up to 600 mG). This meter also shows the frequency of the predominant RF signal (up to 2.7 GHz).
Includes a display, sound volume control with earphone jack, USB port for external power supply (for extended use), and data logging with PC interface and adjustable intervals. An illuminated bar indicates “danger” level with green/yellow/red LEDs which anyone can understand.
RF: 100MHz to 8GHz (0.5uW/m2 to 1.8W/m2 = 14mV/m to 26.2V/m)
Magnetic1: 50Hz to 10KHz (0.1uT to 60uT) = (1mG to 600mG)
Magnetic2: 50Hz to 1KHz 0.01uT to 1uT) = (0.1mG to 10mG)
Electric: 50Hz to 50KHz (10V/m to 1000V/m)
RF Frequency: 100MHz to 2.7GHz (-35dBm or higher required)
Fits easily into a pocket or purse for easy travel. Includes sound/alarm and backlight, either of which can be turned off. Uses 1 standard 9V battery. Response is fast enough to measure “smart” meter pulses.
The EMF survey kit offer's everything you need to check your home for unsafe levels of electromagnetic fields including wifi, smart meters, fluorescent lights, circuit boxes, wiring, appliances, computers and TVs, cellphones, and so much more. The kit comprises equipment that is easy to use, reliable, and reasonably priced.
With this kit, you can measure:
Low frequency magnetic fields
Low Frequency electric fields
High frequency (radiowaves)
Acousticom2 (measures RF)
Pocket PF Meter (measures E and M fields)
Stezerizer Microsurge Meter (measures dirty electricity)
And a foam lined, professional-looking, locking carry case.
Stetzer Meter - High Frequency Pollution Meter for Wiring
The Stetzer Meter is designed to measure the dirty electricity or high-frequency noise which may exist in your electrical wiring.
Simply plug the meter into an electric outlet. The reading indicates how much dirty electricity is in the wiring at the outlet where the meter is located. The higher the readout, the more dirty electricity.
Ideally, you want the readout to be as low as possible. The manufacturer recommends that readings should be below 50. See https://www.electricsense.com/1825/dirty-electricity-gs-filter/
Electric sockets can have a number of issues/problems and yet still work. For instance: a wire can short or fray, a wire can become disconnected, or corrode at the contact, or the wires can be connected to the wrong contact altogether. These problems can cause a fire or provoke a shock.
Simply plug in the tester the LEDs light up to indicate all these possible problems:
- Voltage on ground connection
- Disconnected Ground
- Disconnected Neutral
- Disconnected Hot
- Interchanged Neutral and Hot
- Interchanged Ground and Hot
- Interchanged Ground and Hot, Neutral missing
- GFI function
This inexpensive tester can be used over and over and gives either peace of mind or specific information about what to do. North American Plug only. Rated for 120V, 50/60 Hz.
The Gigahertz ME3851A is a professional level EMF combination meter. But you don't have to be a professional to use it - it's very easy to use (only 3 buttons). It's professional level meter by virtue of the very precise measurement of magnetic fields and electric fields it offers, and also because it measures up in the kHz range it can measure the presence of dirty electricity
You can select 4 frequency range settings:
5 Hz – 100 kHz (full bandwidth)
16 Hz (electric trains)
50 Hz – 100 kHz (ELF + VLF)
2 kHz – 100 kHz (VLF only)
Pros: 1) Ideal if you are searching for more precise readings 2) by virtue of it's ground lead it gives particulalry accurate readings for electric fields 3) easy to use
Cons: More expensive.
Digital LCD readout
AC/DC voltage output
Rechargeable battery (9V) - AC power supply/charger, and ground cord
Auto power off
Manual in English and German
2 year warranty