We highly recommend this very simple to operate 'electrosmog detector', which time and time again has given us vital feedback about our environment, and has also helped others to realise the extent to which we are now exposed to pulsed microwave radiation.
N.B. Even though we offer this product on the same site as our "Lifespace" technology, please note that Lifespace works by supporting your ability to defend yourself against manmade EMF radiation sources using scalar technology, but it will not reduce ambient RF levels as shown on a meter such as this one. There is currently no system on the market that will reduce ambient readings of RF (other than installing shielding into walls, floors and ceilings). The Lifespace unit will reduce voltage transients, or “dirty electricity”, and this will reduce ambient levels within an important, bio-active frequency range, but these cannot be measured using the Acousticom2, nor are they measured by an electric or magnetic field meter used to test for exposure to low frequency fields emanating from the mains (a dedicated meter is required for the task, such as the Stetzer meter.)
The Acousticom 2 presents RF measurements as an audio signal - something which allows you to evaluate within a few seconds what the most dominant source is of the ambient radiation - also with LEDs and an alarm at high levels of RF (you can also switch the sound off if you prefer to be less obvious when taking readings). With simple controls, easy to read results, but still using the same advanced microwave detector as Acoustimeter (also by EMFields), this instrument is perfect for those on a budget. It is smaller and lighter than the Acoustimeter, and comes in its own carry pouch.
*This product has a 5 year return to base warranty*
We sometimes get asked, "what's the point in having a test meter if it's off the scale yet you can't do anything about it?" Well I use the meter to find out why it's off the scale. There's often a hidden device or something unexpected. And I can then try to switch that off. We often do self-catering holidays because it's easier with the children, diet etc., and one of the first tasks is always to hunt down any wireless things and get them unplugged or switched off. Then the other thing I use it for is to show other people what they're doing to themselves. It has transformed lives that way, because people have no idea what their phone is doing for example whilst they're not making calls - smartphones tend to blast signals about the place all day, depending on what apps are running and what updates might be going on, and of course people might leave their bluetooth or wireless hotspot functions switched on on the phone - all stuff that you don't necessarily realise is running, without it being shown up with the meter. In a very bad location where I have to spend the night it can also show me for example which of the two twin beds I should choose (there might be next door's wi-fi router behind the wall next to one of them...).