Measure the dirty electricity in your home or office with the EMI Greenwave dirty electricity meter.
The EMI Greenwave broadband dirty electricity meter is capable of detecting and quantifying dirty electricity of different frequencies (between 3 kHz and 10 MHz). It is a useful device to be able to see the reducing effect of dirty electricity that the Greenwave Filter has, since it is able to calculate the percentage of mV that have been reduced between before and after the application of the same.
It is also an easy-to-use product, since you only need to connect it to an outlet to find out how much dirty electricity is in the electrical circuit. In addition, the dirty electricity meter converts electrical frequencies to auditory frequencies and allows you to hear the noise created by dirty electricity and the absence of noise when using a filter.
On the other hand, it is a device capable of measuring a much wider frequency band than other meters that you can find in the market, from 3 kHz to 10 MHz. You can also use it in many countries of the world, since it is compatible with 50/60 Hz electrical circuits with voltages from 100V to 240V.
The EMI Greenwave broadband dirty electricity meter can be used to find out if the dirty electricity in your home or office is higher than desired, to observe the difference caused by the application of a filter and to assist in its installation.
It is an effective way to quantify electrical pollution that can cause health problems such as:
- Memory loss
- ADHD symptoms
- Sleep disorders
- Muscle and joint pain
The Greenwave EMI broadband electricity meter can be used to measure dirty electricity in circuits with single phase voltages between 100 and 240 volts (for example, 100 V, 110 V, 115 V, 120 V, 127 V, 220 V, 230 V and 240 V). DO NOT attempt to use the instrument to measure dirty electricity on circuits with voltage outside this range. This may damage the instrument. Attempting to connect the meter to non-standard jacks will damage the instrument.
Dirty electricity meters meet strict safety standards such as WEEE, CE and RoHS standards. The RoHS certification guarantees that the filters do not contain toxic substances such as lead, mercury, cadmium and others.
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