Automatic Electrosmog Cut off Switch

Automatic. Switch. Protection.

Cuts off a mains power or lighting circuit automatically to simply reduce low frequency electrosmog when circuits are not in use.

£180.00 exc. VAT £150.00

Description

Automatic. Switch. Protection.
Cuts off a mains power or lighting circuit automatically to simply reduce low frequency electrosmog when circuits are not in use.

Mains wiring, whether lighting or power circuits normally (unless shielded) give out electric fields even when not in use. Shielding mains cabling can be inconvenient and expensive. An effective alternative is to manually switch the power cables off at the “fusebox” (consumer unit) but it is very inconvenient. These cut off switches do that automatically for you and are easy for a qualified electrician to install.

Often this proves to be the most effective and economical solution for mitigation of EMF pollution in private homes, especially sleeping areas, through electric or magnetic AC fields.  This is typically the first and obvious choice mitigation for professional building biologists.

How it Functions
Installed in or near the fuse box on standard brackets, the demand switch automatically interrupts the mains when the last light or appliance in the circuit is switched off, and automatically turns it back on, when the first light or appliance in the circuit is switched on. Consequently electrosmog (EMF pollution) from electric or magnetic LF-fields is safely avoided during the most important restorative time – sleep.

Automatic Electrosmog Cut off Switch Standard User Manual Installation Guide

Additional information

Highlights

• Greatly reduces electric fields from AC electric fields and dirty electricity
• Automatically restores power when needed in a fifth of a second
• Very compact and takes up little space (half the space of the the other versions)
• Comes with an optional LED lamp to indicate that circuit is in cut off mode
• Easy to use
• Cost effective

Product Information

Able to sense very low power (1.5 W) on modern lamps etc. with low current draw.
It’s clever in that it teaches itself the required level of sensitivity.
Tested rigorously against short-circuits and over-voltages.
Very robust device with 2 years warranty and durability tested for 100,000 switchings.

Single pole by design. Only the live is cut. The neutral in UK circuits is almost always forms the earth and is split inside the house at the meter. So by deliberately NOT cutting the neutral, the DC power is held down to ~0V and not allowed to float up to 115V as is typical for many power supplies (This stops the problem seen on many electronic devices such as PC’s)

NA 16-1P Standard

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