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The deTekta

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The deTekta

The deTekta

Currently unavailable. We are working on a new and improved model and hope to have this available in late autumn (UK). We apologise for the inconvenience. Please note that we do *not* have any more information about the date it will become available. We like to make certain our instruments are made to the highest reliability and quality and this sometimes takes a little longer than expected. We believe that our new deTekta when available should be significantly better than most other DE meters available. Please ensure you have the box ticked in your profile for product updates and we will send an email out when it is ready.

The deTekta meter measures the amount of Dirty Electricity (DE) that is on your house wiring. It shows the readings in millivolts (mV) on a screen and presents it as an audio signal.

If you have high levels (over 100 mV) and plug in one or more DE filters you will also see the percentage difference that this makes to the DE on your electricity supply.

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You can buy DE filters to reduce the level of DE in the home

The deTekta - Further Information

For more detailed information (including "What is DE?"), please see our article on "How to tell if you have Dirty Electricity and what to do if you have".

Dirty Electricity is used to describe radiofrequency noise (RF pollution) that has got onto your house wiring. It comes from both inside and outside your home, from mobile phone and WiFi signals outside ‘hitching a ride’ on your incoming electricity supply and from electronic equipment in the home, and especially, CFLs, induction hobs and solar panel equipment.

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