ElectroSence ELF EMF/EMR meter Video review.wmv





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Published on Dec 17, 2011

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The ELF Electro Sensor is an Extreme Low Frequencies around the 50 Hz, in a single axis. The ELF Electro Sensor has a led light color bar indication (green, yellow, red). The ELF Electro Sensor can measure ELF EMR between the frequencies of XXX Hz and YYY Hz. The led indication marks the level of ELF EMR from 1.5 mGauss to 30 mGauss . The ELF Electro Sensor has a single operation button that has to be pressed for several seconds before the meter turns ON and you have to hold this button pressed as long as you want to measure the ELF EMR levels. When the ELF Electro Sensor is ON the led lights will show the levels of ELF EMR (only a single led will light to show the ELF EMR level).

The ELF Electro Sensor can give a basic indication of a lot, mid or low level or ELF EMR and can be used for finding ELF EMR sources in the house. The ELF Electro Sensor is very basic and very easy to operate, the display is very simple and very easy to read but it is not suitable for evaluation of safety distances. When compared to other single axis and 3 axis meters it showed lower ELF EMR levels half a meter from the source.

Can be bought in a bundle with a similar RF meter.

The ELF Electro Sensor uses a 1.5 AAA battery that can be replaced easily via a special cover.


· Small and light.

· Very cheap.

· Easy to operate.

· Able to find and expose ELF EMR sources.


· Single axis.

· Not suitable for evaluation of safety distances.

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The ELF Electro Sensor is recommended as a first ELF meter for amateurs, beginners and people who want a basic meter for ELF EMR and want to avoid complicated to read LCD display, for finding and exposing ELF/EMR sources


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