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EMF Meter – The Spy
Best EMF Meter? The EMF Spy – Measure the body, not the ether. Custom made EMF meter for measurement and identification of EMF
The EMF Spy is unique.
Made with the desire to measure and identify intruders of High and Low frequency EMF in the body and not so much the ether. Measuring the EMF in the ether is interesting for scientists, but what is more important to someone who wants to know how health is affected, is to measure the body of the person, animal or plant.
Custom made EMF meter for measurement and identification of EMF
– The sensitivity of this device is based on that of the human nerve ends (1 µV = 1 microVolt) so it is designed for measurements in relation to health.
– EMF Spy can measure the ether, but can also measure the body of a person, animal or plant which is far more important. – EMF Spy can measure objects like spectacles and jewellery for their ability to attract EMF. (Under wires in a bra are now suspected to contribute to breast cancer this way) – It has a speaker to make EMF audible. With practice you will be able to recognise and identify your EMF intruders. Are they far away, or in the homes around you?
High Frequency (HF) EMF
It’s major claim to fame is it’s abilities to measure and allow you to identify High Frequency radiation. It has a few aerial options to find the highest values. Sources of HF are:
– Transmitter / Mobile phone towers – Wifi and cordless phone systems – Mobile phones – Amateur radio – Digital TV broadcasts – Radar – Smart meters
Low Frequency (LF) Fields
It also has the ability to measure Low Frequency electric fields often found near power supply cables and appliances (Not electro magnetic fields). With it’s telescopic aerial even natural LF fields can be made audible.
Sources of LF are:
– Cabling in walls and to the building – Street and High Voltage Power Lines – Appliances – Natural fields (Sferics)
Purchase your EMF Spy now and take control. Improve your lfe, the environment of your loved ones, or your patient’s wellbeing.