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Chapter 09: EMF Meter Reviews

 

The Best EMF Meters of 2020
From Budget to Pro-Grade

 

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Budget
Meter Kit

02

Mid-Range
Meter Kit

03

Pro
Meter Kit

A DIY Budget EMF Meter Kit

01

Trifield TF2 EMF Meter

As we mentioned in our chapter of EMF meter reviews, this is the introductory EMF meter that we recommend most to beginners that are interested in DIY EMF testing.

The beauty of the TF2 is that it is a 3-in-1 EMF meter than can measure AC magnetic fields, AC electric fields and radio frequency fields. While it’s not in the ballpark of professional meters, it gives you a good general idea of your exposure at a reasonable price point.

Combine this with a dirty electricity meter and a clamp-on meter and you’re ready to to do a broad ranging EMF survey.

Read our complete Trifield TF2 review.

$168

(at last check)

02

Clamp Meter – Budget

A clamp meter is used to determine if there is excess electrical current coming from utility lines.

This is a basic meter, but has everything you need to check for current on water lines, cable tv lines, telephone lines and internet provider lines.

$18

(at last check)

03

Stetzerizer Meter

The Stetzerizer Meter is the original DE meter and most commonly used meter in the detection and mitigation of dirty electricity.

As with the Greenwave EMI Meter this meter is used to ascertain the overall dirty electricity levels in your home and to determine how many dirty electricity filters you will need to reduce the DE levels in frequented areas.

Reading are presented in Graham Stetzer Units.

$86

(at last check)

The Mid-Range DIY Kit

01

Safe and Sound Pro

This is a very accurate radio frequency meter developed by Safe Living Technologies that you can take with you everywhere.

With a range of 650 MHz – 10GHz, it’s useful for the measurement of RF fields from cell phones, cell towers, Wi-Fi routers and devices, bluetooth devices and many other devices.

This is a great value for the money, as many EMF specialists utilize this meter, as well as the HF59B and HF59D meters. It’s very portable, as well.

If you want to spend a little less money, the Acousticom 2 is a very decent meter, as well, for about half the cost.

 

$370

(At last check. When ordering from the
Safe Living Technologies website, use the code
DIYEMF to receive 5% off your order).

02

Gigahertz ME3851A Meter

The ME3851A is very good mid-level level gaussmeter and electric field meter.

It’s a single-axis meter for detection of both, but allows you to get very accurate readings of magnetic fields (down to .001 mG) and electric fields (down to .1 vM).

Overall, it provides high-end precision at a good value. Team it up with a good RF meter and a clamp meter and you’re good to go.

$406

(At last check. When ordering from the
Safe Living Technologies website, use the code
DIYEMF to receive 5% off your order).

03

Clamp Meter

See the description above in the budget emf meter kit section.

$18

(at last check)

04

Greenwave EMI Meter

The Greenwave EMI Meter is a staple in the detection and mitigation of dirty electricity.

The meter is used to ascertain the overall dirty electricity levels in your home and to determine how many dirty electricity filters you will need to reduce the DE levels in frequented areas.

Reading are presented in millivolts (mV).

$130

(at last check)

Pro Quality EMF Kit

01

Gigahertz NFA1000

This is the meter that a majority of the professional EMF specialists use for AC magnetic and AC electric field surveying.

Magnetic and electrical fields are measured with 3-axes and it’s got more bells and whistles than you can shake a stick at (graphical data mapping, time-mapping, etc…).

Read all about the features here.

Combine this with an HF59B & HF59D and a clamp-on meter and you’re equipped like the pros.

$2,100

(At last check. When ordering from the
Safe Living Technologies website, use the code
DIYEMF to receive 5% off your order).

02

Gigahertz HF59B

This is one of the radio frequency meters you’ll see an EMF professional utilizing.

The HF59B measures RF fields in the 27 MHz– 3.3 GHz range and utilizes multiple antennas for general exposure surveying and for pinpointing the exposure from individual sources.

A staple of the professionals equipment.

$1,170

(At last check. When ordering from the
Safe Living Technologies website, use the code
DIYEMF to receive 5% off your order).

03

Gigahertz HF59D

This is another radio frequency meter you’ll see an EMF professional measuring with.

The HF59D covers the higher RF field range from 2.4 GHz – 10 GHz (including radar).

$1,170

(At last check. When ordering from the
Safe Living Technologies website, use the code
DIYEMF to receive 5% off your order).

04

Clamp Meter – WIDE

A clamp meter is used to determine if there is excess electrical current coming from utility lines (water pipes, for example). 

Excess current can be the cause of large magnetic fields within the home.

This is professional level clamp meter with an extra wide measuring area.

$279

(At last check. When ordering from the
Safe Living Technologies website, use the code
DIYEMF to receive 5% off your order).

05

Greenwave EMI Meter

The Greenwave EMI Meter is a staple in the detection and mitigation of dirty electricity.

The meter is used to ascertain the overall dirty electricity levels in your home and to determine how many dirty electricity filters you will need to reduce the DE levels in frequented areas.

Reading are presented in millivolts (mV).

$130

(at last check)

06

Body Voltage Meter

A body voltage meter helps you ascertain what you or your family’s electric field exposure is in bedrooms and other frequented areas.

This is another great way to measure your electric field exposure along with electric field meters.

 

$140

(At last check. When ordering from the
Safe Living Technologies website, use the code
DIYEMF to receive 5% off your order).

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