- What is EMF? Electro Magnetic Fields (EMF) are emitted by electrical devices of all types. EMFs are everywhere, they can not be seen, felt or heard, but they are present in and around all electric lines and devices. EMF emissions are measured in milliGauss (mG). The strength of the EMF can vary and is measurable by EMF meter.
- K2 EMF Meter helps measure these fields to identify appliances, and allow users to make informed decision about limit exposure. EMF emissions are recognized as an environmental agent that are a potential threat to public health.Some scientific evidence suggests links of the biological effects of EMF to childhood leukemia, brain and cancer etc.
- The K2 EMF Meter measures magnetic field strength. Green Led’s indicates normal everyday levels of exposure, the higher more suspect readings are indicated by the yellow, orange and red LED displays. To reduce exposure to EMFs, should try to avoid the yellow / orange / red range readings by staying far enough away from the appliance to remain in the green range.
- There are 5 LEDs, each presents a field strength range as follows:
- Green — “Normal” zone | Normal background magnetic field 0~1.5 milliGauss
- Green — “Low” zone | Low level magnetic field 1.5~2.5 milliGauss
- Yellow — “Caution” zone | Mid-level magnetic field 2.5~10 milliGauss
- Orange — “High” zone | High-level magnetic field 10~20 milliGauss
- Red — “Warning” zone | Extremely high magnetic field 20+ milliGauss
Operation of K2 EMF Meter
- Hold EMF meter and turn on power with thumb, a short flash of the LED’s will occur.
- Point EMF meter toward the EMF source, the LED will indicate the range of the EMF level.
- Moving the device from side to side or rotating it may change the reading, the highest reading is most accurate.
- Move closer or further away to the EMF source to determine the “Normal” zone as indicated by the Green LED.
- 6 x 4 x 15 cm
- 98.5 grams
- K-II K2 Safe Range EMF Meter – Grey