| How far from the TV should you sit? How close to the bed can you keep your clock radio?
Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) are everywhere, and recent scientific studies have suggested
that even low levels may be harmful.
The handheld Electrosensor measures potentially dangerous electromagnetic field levels in your home and
defines "safe" distances from common electrical sources. Then you can reduce your exposure
by repositioning some furniture and/or appliances.
Each of 10 LED bars on the easy to read display indicates a specific emission level in
milliGauss (mG). Display ranges from 1.34 to 30 milliGauss; detection range is 50-60 Hz.
The pick-up coil of the Electrosensor is located in the tip of the unit, which can be rotated
180 degrees for increased directionality.
Calibrated and sealed upon production, Electrosensor requires no further adjustments.
Accuracy is +/- 3 dB over full calibration range traceable to NBS standards.
4"x1 "x1"; 2 oz. Includes 1-AAA battery and EMF reading instructions.