Electric and Magnetic Power Frequencies Meter

In this video Guy Hudson talks about the Electric and Magnetic Power Frequencies Meter.

The PF5 is EMFields newest power-frequencies detector. The PF5 measures electric and magnetic EMFs from house wiring, including those from appliances at home at at work. The PF5, unlike most EMF meters on the market, also measures frequencies in the range from 20 Hz to well over 50 kHz. This enables the PF5 to measure the higher frequency electric and magnetic fields emitted by induction cooking hobs, solar-panel inverters, ‘energy-saving’ compact fluorescent (CFL) lamps and some LED lights.

These are amongst the most concerning new sources of our electromagnetic field exposures as the currents they induce in your body are proportional to the frequency. So a magnetic field at 25000 Hz (25 kHz) will induce 500 times more current in your body compared with same strength of field at 50 Hz. Induction hobs, in particular, induce some of the highest internal electric currents in your body in the VLF frequency range. Such currents have been shown to significantly affect the nervous system.

The PF5 is an easy to use, pocket sized, accurate, power-frequencies meter which is ideal for carrying around. It measures both electric and magnetic fields and is available labelled in either international microtesla (µT) units or in milliGauss (mG) units for America, Canada and Australia etc.

The Electric and Magnetic Power Frequencies Meter is available here

RadAware Meter

In this video Guy Hudson talks about the RadAware Meter.

Our new personal microwave exposure alarm.

Get an early warning of when you are being exposed (you will be surprised how often you are!)

It is thousands of times more sensitive than other microwave RF alarms on the market and detects over more than twice the frequency range, including those currently planned for 5G.

At its most sensitive it can detect peak exposures less than 0.01 V/m (0.25 µW/m^2)

Three LED alarm-level light indicators plus

Alarm sounds indicate six different alarm levels that increase in the ratio of:

x1  x1.5;      x2.5  x4;     x6  x10-fold

The RadAware meter is available here

Acousticom 2 High Frequency Meter

In this video Guy Hudson talks about the Acousticom 2 High Frequency Meter.

Why Buy?

This meter is a core part of equipment for anyone interested in Electrosensitivity and low electrosmog environments. It allows people to investigate the levels and sources of electrosmog in the most simple way and direct way. For what it does it is very good value for money. Not the quite cheapest meter on the market but the best for the money.

Technical Description from the Manufacturer

The Acousticom 2 is our newest microwave detector. It presents RF measurements as an audio signal, with LEDs and an alarm at high levels of RF (you can also switch the sound off if you prefer to be less obvious when taking readings). With simple controls, easy to read results, but still using the same advanced microwave detector as our Acoustimeter, this instrument is perfect for those on a budget. It is smaller and lighter than the Acoustimeter, and comes in its own carry pouch.

The Acousticom 2 was designed using the experience gained from many years of practical RF and microwave measurements. The advanced RF detector is the same as that used in the Acoustimeter. LED lights display the peak levels of microwave electromagnetic fields from 200 MHz up to over 8000 MHz (8 GHz), covering the frequencies used by most modern communication systems encountered in our everyday environment. This includes TETRA, all mobile phone systems including 4G/LTE, Smart Meters, and all WiFi and WiMax frequencies. The LEDs update rapidly, and allow you to quickly gauge the levels in an area and find any hot-spots. Its readout is sensitive to 0.01 V/m. When two LEDs are both lit next to each other, the exposure level is halfway between the two. This is only for levels above 0.1 V/m, e.g. when both 0.10 and 0.30 V/m are lit, the level is about 0.20 V/m (halfway between).

The Acousticom 2 High Frequency Meter is available to buy here

Green Building Standards SBM 2015

Green buildings often have unhealthy interiors designed to minimise energy consumption and not the well being of the biological  occupants  – whether human, animal or plant. The Building Biology movement has been working to change that with over 6000 people, architects, doctors, surveyors, material suppliers, etc. trained to create interiors which promote life within the built environment.

Germany’s Building Biologists have issued an important update to the SBM 2008 standards – now called SBM 2015.

These are the Green Building Standards SBM 2015. The English version of the standard has not been published yet, we will update you with analysis of the chnages and also the English version by email if you subscribe to our website (also a free ebook on how to reduce electromagnetic pollution).

This standard defines recommendations for how to measure how green the interior of your building is for human, animal and plant biology – so how healthy your house is to live in rather than the narrow usual definition of green building standards which look at how much energy the building consumes.

 

Stetzerizer Meter

In this video Guy Hudson discusses the Stetzerizer Meter

 

EMF Meter

In this video Guy Hudson, a physicist and electrosensitive, discusses the use of an EMF Meter