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Pocket PF5 EMF detector
The PF5 Pocket Power Frequency Monitor is a compact and accurate ELF and VLF detector

Our accurate ELF and VLF detector
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The PF5 Pocket Power Frequencies Meter (ELF & VLF)
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The PF5 measures electric and magnetic EMFs from house wiring, including those from appliances at home at at work. The PF5, unlike most EMF meters on the market, also measures frequencies in the range from 20 Hz to well over 50 kHz. This enables the PF5 to measure the higher frequency electric and magnetic fields emitted by induction cooking hobs, solar-panel inverters, ‘energy-saving’ compact fluorescent (CFL) lamps and some LED lights.

The PF5 is an easy to use, pocket sized, accurate, power-frequencies meter which is ideal for carrying around. It measures both electric and magnetic fields and is available labelled in either international microtesla (µT) units or in milliGauss (mG) units for America, Canada and Australia etc.

PF5 uT

The PF5 Pocket Power Frequencies Meter (ELF & VLF)
Full star Full star Full star Full star Full star 
(2 reviews)

For non-UK sales
click here
(microtesla/µT)
For non-UK sales
click here
(milligauss/mG)

The PF5 measures electric and magnetic EMFs from house wiring, including those from appliances at home at at work. The PF5, unlike most EMF meters on the market, also measures frequencies in the range from 20 Hz to well over 50 kHz. This enables the PF5 to measure the higher frequency electric and magnetic fields emitted by induction cooking hobs, solar-panel inverters, ‘energy-saving’ compact fluorescent (CFL) lamps and some LED lights.

The PF5 is an easy to use, pocket sized, accurate, power-frequencies meter which is ideal for carrying around. It measures both electric and magnetic fields and is available labelled in either international microtesla (µT) units or in milliGauss (mG) units for America, Canada and Australia etc.



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Left on 21 November 2018

I bought the PF5 because of its capability of measuring an extended range of frequencies, into the VLF range. Not many handheld power frequency meters measure both ELF and VLF frequencies.

I would recommend the PF5 to anyone who is concerned about their exposure to electric and magnetic fields.

The meter is very easy to use and great for assessing levels of electric fields from household wiring as well as a host of other sources.

It's surprising how high the fields can be from the lighting circuits alone. How many people know what they're exposed to in their own homes on a daily basis? No wonder so many people are ill.

J.B.
     
Left on 23 January 2017

I bought this meter together with the Acousticom 2 and started measuring my living space. Turns out that I was unnessarily exposed to electric fields for much too long from...

- an unearthed powerline adapter
- an unearthed Apple Macbook charger
- a fluorescent bulp in the lamp above my kitchen table

We live in the electromagnetic age (see Martin Blanks book "Overpowered") and I believe that it is the duty of every responsible husband and father to make sure that he and his beloved ones are not exposed to electric and magnetic fields as well as radio frequencies where this can be avoided. To avoid it in the outside world is difficult but at home where you sleep and rest you can do a lot.

This meter helps you to understand to what you are exposed so that you can start to fix things.
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