Detect and measure RF and EMF with trustworthy field meters and detectors for high frequencies (RF or Electromagnetic Radiation (EMR): mobile/cellular phones, WiFi, smart meters, radar etc.) and low frequencies (EMF / LF / ELF: electric and magnetic fields from mains current, „dirty power“, etc.). Directly from the leading-edge producer of broadband building biology measurement technology. Practical instrument specifications and detailed, easily comprehensible measuring instructions including the building biologies' limiting values enable even those without technical expertise to make a meaningful measurement of the EMF / EMR / RF pollution
Automatically protects from AC Electric Fields and "Dirty Power"
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. Installed in the fuse box, the demand switch automatically interrupts mains, when you've switched off the last light or appliance within the successive wiring, and automatically turns it back on, when you swiitch on a light or appliance. Consequently EMF pollution from electric or magnetic LF-fields is safely avoided during the most important recreational time of the day – night's sleep. This is typically the first choice mitigation of professional building biologists.
A physical phenomenon such as "electrosmog" with all its various specifications can be successfully met with several credibly efficient physical solutions. Only products of this type are shown on this page. We do not offer products such as "mobile phone chips", "interference suppressors" or "wave harmonisers". In the following you will find a variety of shielding solutions on a strictly physical basis.
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