Messung der Wirksamkeit von Elektrosmog-Filter mit unserem EMI Messgerät.
Many people want to know just how much dirty electricity Greenwave filters remove from the wiring in their homes and other places. This is easy to measure with a plug-in dirty electricity meter, such as the Greenwave Broadband EMI Meter shown here.
Greenwave’s meter is easy to use. Simply plug it into electrical outlets to find out how much dirty electricity is present on nearby wiring. The meter can show “BEFORE filter” and “AFTER filter” measurements on the same screen simultaneously, making comparisons easy.
The meter is also an excellent tool for guiding the installation of Greenwave filters. It can help you identify significant sources of dirty electricity in your environment and determine the best number of filters to install in each room for optimal results.
Getting the Most from Greenwave Filters
To achieve the full benefit of Greenwave filters, it is best to install them throughout your environment.
A value of about 75 mV or less should be reached.
The number of filters required does not depend on the size of the premises in which you want to set them (e.g. number of rooms, the degree of concentration of electronics, appliances, energy saving lamps and other electrical equipment in each room). You should also take into account the amount of dirty electricity entering your environment from outside lines.
According to my experience one needs 3-5 filters for a 2-3 room apartment, for a single-family house 4-7 filters - under normal load. If photovoltaic electricity is involved, there may be more.
SPEZIFIKATIONEN: Greenwave Broadband EMI Meter
Electricity Supply: 220- 240V 50/60Hz.
Rated current: 16A Frequency: 50/60 Hertz
Line noise: 1-1999 mV (differential)
Line noise tolerance: +/- 5% 1MHZ; +5% to -50% 10 KHz to 10MHz.
Operating temperatur: -25 bis 50° C
Preis: € 168,-
incl. 19% MwSt