E-Field & H-Field EMF Detector Hand Held Meter

E-Field & H-Field EMF Detector Hand Held Meter
Stock Number: 36073 TE
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Dual function E-Field & H-Field EMF hand held Meter.
Internal sensor Measures V/m E-Field and the T (micro Tesla) H-Field.
Alarms when safe values are exceeded.
Tee Built-in sensors value on the backlit LCD display
Test the radiation values are safe around cell phone, computer, microwave, transformers and other Electronic equipment.
Electric Field:
Range: 1-1999 V/m
Accuracy: 1V/m;
Magnetic Field:
Range: 0.01-19.99T
Accuracy: Magnetic: 0.01T
Alarm Threshold: Electric: 40V/m; Magnetic: 0.4T
Display: 3-1/2 digit Backlit LCD Display
Test Bandwidth: 5Hz-3500MHz
Sampling Rate: ~ 0.4 Seconds
Test Mode: Bimodule Synchronous Test
Over Range Indication: LCD Displays "1"
Operating Temperature: 0C-50C
Operating Humidity: Relative Humidity <80%
Power: 1 x 6F22 9V Battery (NOT included)
L: 5" (126cm) W: 2-1/2" (64mm) D: 1-1/4" (32mm) WT:

California Proposition 65 Warning WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Nickel which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects and/or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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Interesting gadget
The video demo says it all... for entertainment only... but the thing works and it does detect E and H fields. If you want quantitative measurements, youll need a more expensive instrument. I am not sure it would be a reliable indicator of a leaky microwave oven. Just about anything turns the harmful warning on. Dont expect too much, but Id say its worth the $30 bucks.
Microwave Question
Does anyone know how useful this would be as a microwave over leakage meter? Im not looking for accuracy. I have a very old microwave over. Im sure its leaking. Im just curious how much? Thanks
Nice gadget to have...
Not sure if this is very useful. Virtually every electronic component is unsafe when close-up according to the alarm. If you need to quantify electromagnetic radiation, the price does not get any better than this. I use it as a non-contact voltage sensor for power supplies and transformers. Useless, but I like it! Not sure if it picks up otherworldly entities, but it is basically the same gadget the ghost hunters use on TV!
- Mark Klein, OH