Technology Alternatives 7021 Cell Sensor EMF Detection Meter

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  • Detects cell phone radiation and extremely low frequency electromagnetic fields
  • Delivers audible and visual alerts upon detection
  • Includes remote probe for ease of measurement
  • CE registered approval
  • Easy to use

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You might not know it, but certain areas in your home and work have powerful electro magnetic fields (EMFs) that can inflict severe damage to cellular DNA. Protect yourself against this invisible radiation by testing areas that you frequent with a gauss meter, a device that measures the strength of EMFs. Once you identify where EMF radiation hotspots are, simply avoid these areas. The accuracy of a gauss meter is easy to test. Just turn on your gauss meter and progressively walk towards a televi

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  1. M. Pirnazar says:
    65 of 66 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    EMF Radiation Detector, November 14, 2007
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    M. Pirnazar (Herndon, VA USA) –
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    The Cellsensor was easy to use and helped find “hot spots” (where there is too much EMF radiation) and rearrange bed or furniture so we’re not exposed to the hotspots.

    Most culprits: Refrigerators, stoves, light dimmers, any kind of transformer/power adapter, outdoor power lines, fuse box. I don’t think I need something more sophisticated for home use.

    Home Contractors should have this.

    Beware: An wall may show no EMF until the wires behind it carry a load (something is plugged into a socket that uses electricity).

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  2. James Lee says:
    37 of 38 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good for EMF, not so good for radio/cell phone detection, October 14, 2009
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    James Lee (seattle,wa) –
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    Durability:3.0 out of 5 stars Fun:3.0 out of 5 stars Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
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    This review is from: Technology Alternatives 7021 Cell Sensor EMF Detection Meter (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I bought this device to detect the radiation at my home, but despite it being named “cell sensor”, I was unable to detect the cell phone signal from my iPhone 3G. I followed the direction, did the 90 degrees and 8 inch apart as described in the manual, put the probe next to the sensor, put it on the sensitive setting, and… detected nothing. Then during a call, I tried moving the cell phone in all angle combinations… nothing. I thought I had a defective unit, so I requested a replacement, got another brand new unit, and did the exact same thing. Nothing… the needle stays around 0. Same goes with wireless mouse and baby monitors. How do you make a “cell sensor” that doesn’t sense a cell phone is beyond me.

    On the other hand, this device works well detecting EMF from appliances such as refrigerator, microwave, lights, etc. Not sure it has really helped me avoid EMF energy other than confirm there’s EMF emitting from electronic devices, and to stay 6 feet away from the microwave, but otherwise the level is so low typically that there’s really not much that needed to be addressed.

    If you plan to get this to detect EMF, it seems to work well, although I have nothing to compare it against. On the other hand, if you want to get one to detect wireless radiation, forget it.

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  3. B. Stewart says:
    29 of 30 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    no need to buy high price EMF meters, August 4, 2007
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    B. Stewart (Florida, USA) –
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    Works great! Push button on and go, it’ll light up when EMF is detected letting you know without even looking at it, and the two modes (normal or high) are great if you need more precise or more broad of a reading, normal read 0 to 50 milligauss, and high reads 0 to 5. I haven’t used the EML mode much so I won’t rate that, but it does work. Plus the probe is seperate so you can move it around to get a tri-field effect for better readings. The only reason I didn’t give it a full 5 rating is that I don’t think the range is very good, I think three, maybe four feet is the maximum range, but that’s good enough for me.

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