LEARN MORE About the Emerging EMF Public Health Issue from Scientists, Physicians and Other Experts at www.ElectromagneticHealth.org
This site is for people who want to learn how to assess home and office environments for electromagnetic fields, and how to remediate electromagnetic safety problems if they exist. Our philosophy is that one should first learn how to clean up one’s personal environment, and especially one’s sleeping and office environments where one spends long hours. To that end, we offer you a selection of high value-added and economical measurement and safety resources screened and described by expert EMF consultant, Stan Hartman of Radsafe in Boulder, CO.
For more information about electromagnetic factors in health please read the Book, Public Health SOS: The Shadow Side of the Wireless Revolution, available at www.ElectromagneticHealth.org. There you will also find much valuable educational content on this emerging public health issue. Learn—and come back often!
1) Meters. You’ll find a range of meters and detectors here for electric, magnetic and radiofrequency fields, so you can start becoming an EMF detective. It is only when you measure the fields that you can know what fields are present, and how, and from what direction, to remediate with assurance. See Meters.
2) Bed Canopies. Create a bedroom sleep sanctuary so you rest undisturbed by electromagnetic fields and wake up more refreshed in the morning. People who are electrically sensitive find shielding bed canopies essential, as do high performance athletes and, increasingly, business executives bathed in frequencies all day. See Bed Canopies.
3) Shielding Fabrics. Shielding fabric by the foot can be used to line curtains, walls and can even be put under carpets or desk chair pads to shield from the Wi-Fi of neighbors downstairs. See Shielding Fabric.
4) Shielding Films. Placing plastic shielding film on glass windows can significantly block out ambient radiofrequency radiation-from where it comes into the building most easily. See Shielding Films.
5) Shielding Paints. Metallic water-based paint can be placed under latex paints or wallpapers. Suitable for many types of exterior surfaces as well. Caution: Needs grounding and should not be installed without the services of an electrician. Also, do not put shielding paint on the walls if the room will contain RF emitting devices, such as computers, cell phones, wi-fi, compact fluorescent bulbs, etc. See Shielding Paints.
6) “Dirty Electricity” Meter and Filters. Increasingly, high frequency transients get on wall wiring and create unhealthy fields. This is especially so in downtown urban environments or where one is operating electronic equipment of various kinds. To see if you have “dirty electricity”, purchase a Dirty Power Meter, then neutralize transients by putting at least one Graham-Stetzer filter in one of the wall sockets on each circuit. See Dirty Electricity Filters and Meter.
7) Reducing Cell Phone Headsets, Cell Phone Cases This is the best headset-the one where the sound travels up the plastic air tube limiting the amount of radiation to your brain from either cell phones or portable phones. If you must use a cell phone, using this headset will reduce radiation to the brain significantly. Hands Free RF Reducing Headset. See RF-Reducing Cell Phone Headsets.
8 ) Cell Phone Warning Signage. See Cell Phone Warning Signage.
9 ) Books and Other Resources. See Books and Other Resources.
Return Policy: 14 days to return unopened items in new condition for refund of purchase price less shipping and handling and 20% restocking fee. No returns on paints or on custom goods such as cut fabrics and films. To return items contact firstname.lastname@example.org for authorization and shipping instructions.
To obtain the E-Book, Public Health SOS: The Shadow Side of the Wireless Revolution, which goes into depth on safety and remediation concerns for consumers click here.
ELECTROSMOG METER (RF Fields)
Very Sensitive, Affordable, Feature-Packed RF/MW Meter
Covering a bandwidth of 50 MHz to 3.5 GHz, digital and analog, this instrument is incredibly versatile. It’s 3-axis, which means you won’t miss brief pulses that could disappear before you turn the meter to check another direction, but you can also select one axis at a time to help locate the source of the radiation. With 2½ samples/second it’s also fast, which is very important when tracking microwaves. But there’s more. It has a selectable audio alarm with adjustable sensitivity, selectable auto-off, and backlighting with selectable auto-off. Its 4-digit LCD display reads in either microwatts per square centimeter, microwatts per square meter, milliwatts per square meter, microamps per meter, milliamps per meter, millivolts per meter, or volts per meter. The display also includes an analog bar graph, and is switch-selectable between instantaneous, maximum-instantaneous, average (adjustable from 4 seconds to 15 minutes), or maximum-average readings.
But there’s more still – it also has a built-in wrist strap, non-volatile memory with up to 99 stored values, and is extremely sensitive. On the millivolt per meter scale its sensitivity is 20 mV/m – equivalent to 100 picowatts per square centimeter, and it will read even lower, down to 0.1 mV/m – equivalent to about 3 femptowatts per square centimeter, though at those power density levels -far below the ambient microwave background in most inhabited and even natural areas – it’s probably useful only as a finder, not an accurate measuring device. It’s accuracy, incidentally, is a respectable ± 2.4 dB or better. Power is from a standard 9V battery, giving about 15 hours of continuous use. Comes with a 1 year warranty.
Electrosmog Meter (Cat. #WAH492)
8 GHZ RF METER
Very Wide Frequency Range
Extremely wide frequency rage radiofrequency (RF) meter—from 10MHz to 8 GHz. An exceptional value for the price in terms of the range of frequencies covered, and an improvement on the $200 Electrosmog Meter (Cat. #WAH492), which itself is very good. Will pick up the new 5.8 GHz phones as well as other RF equipment such as DECT portable phones, wireless routers, baby monitors, etc. Will also measure some radar exposures that sweep through certain communities. 3-axis (isotropic) measurement. Extremely sensitive: 20 mV/m to 108 mV/m (or, 0.1 nanoWatt/cm2 to 3 milliWatt/cm2). Measures exposures in V/m, A/m, W/m² or W/cm². Displays instant value, max value or average value, where the average value interval is adjustable from 4 seconds to 15 minutes. Excellent ±1dB accuracy or better. One year factory warranty. (Uses 9V battery)
8 GHz RF Meter (Cat. #WAH489)
ZAP CHECKER (RF Fields)
Economical, Fast, Extremely Sensitive RF/MW Sniffer
Designed originally to detect spy cameras and hidden RF microphones, this meter is indispensable for finding elusive radio-frequency and microwave sources. It uses an analog display, which is easier to follow and detects brief pulses that a digital display could miss between its updatings. There are also LEDs whose flashing patterns can distinguish between analog and digital signals. Though it gives only relative, not absolute measurements, its extreme sensitivity and fast meter needle can uncover RF/MW invisible to many instruments costing thousands more.
Its bandwidth extends from 3 MHz to 5 GHz and beyond (easily picking up 5.8 GHz cordless phones and some radio broadcast signals), and is sensitive down to background RF/MW levels. In a city environment, it will immediately indicate the stray microwave radiation emitting from a metal curtain rod or the metal behind the corners of drywall, without any microwave sources in the home.
A wheel adjustment lets you set the sensitivity, on either a logarithmic or linear scale (for strong or weak sources respectively), and on an intermediate scale between the two. It also sets the silent vibrator sensitivity, which is switch-selectable when you don’t want anyone to know you’re “sniffing.” Weighing less than 5 ounces and not much bigger than a cell phone, it’s easily carried in a pocket. Power is from 2 AA batteries, which last about 80 hours.
Because of its extreme sensitivity, it’s important whenever possible to hold the Zapchecker at arm’s length, or better yet fashion some kind of nonconducting handle for it, to keep it away from your body’s own electric field, which can seriously interfere with or amplify readings. This is also true of any other electric-field measuring devices, whether high or low frequency, except those designed to use body fields (like the Digital Combination Meter below).
Zap Checker (Cat #WAH445)
4180 ELF GAUSSMETER (Magnetic Fields)
Upgrade of the 4080
For finding and measuring AC magnetic fields accurately and quickly, its hard to surpass this meter, for size and price. Designed by FW Bell, one of the best names in the business, this is a professional meter at an affordable price. It has the same accuracy and resolution (0.1 mG) as the earlier 4080 model, with a prettier case, a little higher range (599 mG), and a smarter display that includes Minimum, Maximum, and Peak Hold, a relative mode (for measuring field changes relative to a field level other than zero), and selectable milligauss or microtesla readout. It’s 3-axis design also lets you select any of the X, Y, or Z axes individually, making it easier to find the orientation of magnetic fields and their likely sources. It operates on four AAA batteries, with a jack for an external 5 VDC adapter (not included), and a USB port for operating on USB power (cable not included).
FW Bell has also decided with this upgrade to raise the low-frequency filter to 30 instead of 25 Hz, which makes it more stable during movements in the field.
4180 ELF GaussMeter (Cat. #WAH171N)
DIGITAL COMBINATION METER (Magnetic & Electric Fields)
Accurate Single-Axis Gaussmeter and AC Electric Field Meter
This German meter, by GigaHertz Solutions, offers 2% accuracy (±20 digits) at 50/60 Hz, with a very flat frequency response, within 1 dB from about 16 Hz to 2,000 Hz (printed as a graph on the cover of the case). It’s overall sensitivity is much wider, though, from about 5 Hz to 7,000 Hz (at 3 dB accuracy). Its very low frequency cutoff makes it versatile but slow (on the magnetic setting), because whenever you move it you have to wait a couple seconds for it to settle down and give you an accurate reading. Remember that with a single-axis meter you really need to take three readings 90º from each other (find the orientation with the highest reading and visualize the meter flat against one surface of the corner of a box, then take readings flat against each of the other two sides) to get the true flux density. If two of the readings are much lower than the highest one, you can usually get away with just increasing the highest reading a bit and calling it right, but if one or more of the lower readings is close to the highest one, you need to do the calculation – square each reading, add them together, and take the square root of the sum.
Its magnetic resolution is extremely fine at 10 microgauss, but its top end at 20 mG will leave you wondering at an out-of-range indicator in areas with stronger fields. Another slow-down for those used to readings in milligauss is that this meter reads in nanotesla. That can be remedied by putting a decimal point on the display with a felt-tip pen between the second and third numerals from the right – as long as you remember to ignore it when reading electric fields.
The electric field setting ranges from 1 to 2,000 volts per meter, and actually uses the operator’s body in its detection, making it unique but a bit awkward. You have to plug a ground wire (generously long, at least) into the meter, with the other end grounded somewhere, and always keep the wire behind you while you hold the meter close to your body, making it necessary to get up close and personal with whatever you’re measuring. This does away with the need for a long handle so your body doesn’t interfere with the field, but since no one’s bodily electric field is exactly the same, how accurate can it be on the electric field setting? It is an accurate gaussmeter, however.
As with many of this company’s instruments, it’s well-made but design flaws limit its usefulness in the field. Their more expensive combination meter is actually less useful than this one because it’s bandwidth is too broad for ELF testing, which is what most AC gaussmeters are designed and used for. The audio output of this meter, incidentally, is not really sensitive enough to be very useful. The much cheaper Gauss Master, and Budget Buzz Stick (see below), are much better at audio indication of magnetic fields.
All in all, for the price, this is a very useful and accurate, if slow, gaussmeter, and also actually measures electric fields, if you don’t mind the inconveniences. It operates on a standard 9 volt battery, and comes with an excellent, very informative manual and a 2 year warranty.
Digital Combination Meter (Cat. #WAH480)
BUDGET BUZZ STICK (Magnetic Fields)
The Intimate Sounds of ELF Magnetic Fields
Like the Zapchecker for microwaves, this little unit won’t actually measure anything numerically, but is a great sniffer-outer of magnetic fields, letting you listen in to their hums, buzzes, clicks and squeals. It will even give you a relative indication of their field strength – louder means stronger. And because it doesn’t have to measure anything, it’s very fast, giving you a real-time indication of your ELF magnetic environment. It will show you magnetic phenomena that a gaussmeter is incapable of detecting, like very low 1 Hz clicks from a digital clock, computer clock, or thermostat, pulses from a cell phone battery, and very strange noises from some GFCI outlets that may make you wonder if there’s a listening device in your kitchen. The pitch of the sounds can even be like an audio frequency counter, giving you an indication of what frequency spikes and harmonics are present. The little pickup coil on a 2-foot cable can also find fields in hard-to-reach spots you could never get a gaussmeter into, much less read it. There’s a mono earphone jack that cuts off the speaker if you want to listen privately or don’t want to scare the cat.
And if grandma has trouble hearing phone conversations, you can always attach the little coil’s suction cup to the back of your phone, turn up the Buzz Stick’s volume, and everyone can listen in. It uses a standard 9 volt battery.
Budget Buzz Stick (Cat. #WAH175-B)
CELL PHONE DETECTOR
High sensitivity, wide frequency range RF detector, good value. Frequency range 50MHz ~ 6.0GHz covering all types of wireless networks, hidden microphones and surveillance cameras and cellular phones. Large LED light bar indicates radiation strength. LED numeral indicates sensitivity setting. Features a silent vibration mode, beeping alarm mode, and an earphone for silent/covert detections. Includes built-in rechargeable battery pack with low battery indication, and charger.
Improved Cell Phone Detector (Cat. #WAH455)
GAUSS MASTER™ (Magnetic Fields)
The Little Meter That Can
This meter has actually been around a long time. It was originally called “Dr. Gauss,” and is probably the cheapest actually useable gaussmeter available (there are cheaper ones, but the key word is “useable”). Don’t depend on it for accuracy, though the analog meter is calibrated in milligauss, but it will definitely show you where magnetic fields are and give you a ballpark sense of their strength. It has a selectable super-sensitive setting (1 mG full scale); the normal scale is 1-10 mG. It also has a very useable audio output, which can impress children more than a meter needle when they hear it squeal insanely close to the microwave oven or the electric range.
Some annoying things about it are that it has no power LED (it actually does have one, but it’s inside the case, and you’d have to drill a hole right above it to see it), or anything else to tell you that it’s on if you’re in a low-field environment. That wouldn’t be much of a problem except that it shuts itself off automatically after five minutes, so you can sometimes think the fields are very low when the meter has just said goodnight. You can get around that, though, by just pressing the ON button more than once every 5 minutes (holding it down is what selects the more sensitive range). Another annoyance is that the audio output can’t be turned off.
The Gauss Master can also be affected by higher frequency radiation (cell phones and other RF), but this can be remedied if you suspect it by finding the highest reading and then shielding the meter with your body – holding it close and turning around in a circle (always keeping the meter oriented in the same absolute direction). If the readings don’t change significantly, you can usually assume that RF is not a problem. Remember, as with any single-axis meter, to take three readings 90º from each other (see the DIGITAL COMBINATION METER above).
It uses a standard 9 volt battery, and comes with useful instructions on how to conduct a magnetic field survey.
Gauss Master (Cat. #WAH130)
ELFLX DETECTOR (Electric Fields)
AC Electric Field Finder
This inexpensive little unit has no numerical readout, but will detect AC electric fields from 100 to 600 volts (50-60 Hz), displaying them with a red LED and an audio output. It’s sensitivity is about 100 volts per meter, so it won’t tell you where weaker fields are, but will certainly indicate how close NOT to sit for long periods near that ungrounded metal lamp or other appliance, and where electric cables are in walls if they’re not too deep. It will also tell you how effective that expensive shielded wiring is that you bought. Use it to map out any stronger E-fields in the home, especially near your favorite chair, children’s cribs, your desk, in bedrooms, or anywhere else frequently occupied.
It has a green power-on LED and a rotary sensitivity adjustment, though you’ll probably want to keep it turned up all the way most of the time. 2 AA batteries last a long time.
ELFLX Detector (Cat. #WAH195)
2) Bed Canopies.
SHIELDING BED CANOPY
For RF-Quiet Rest
This washable microwave shielding keeps its conductors on the inside of the fabric threads so there’s no metal flaking and, while letting in air and light freely, reduces exposure to 300 MHz to 3 GHz radiation by more than 20 dB (that’s 99%). There’s enough material to shield above and around the sides of the bed, with plenty of head room. It’s made of Swiss Shield Daylight fabric, which is 100% Tergal® polyester net-knit, over the 5% silver-plated copper conductors. It’s mounting is made easy with swag hooks and a detachable hoop. Feedback from owners reports significant reduction in electrosensitivity symptoms.
Comes in 2 sizes:
Light Duty Faraday Canopy King Size (Cat. #WAH200-K)
Light Duty Faraday Canopy Twin Size (Cat. #WAH200-T)
3) Shielding Fabrics.
HIGH PERFORMANCE SILVER MESH FABRIC
“60dB in a Mesh Your Can See Through”
This high performance silver mesh fabric offers maximum shielding performance. Surface resistivity is <0.5 Ohm/sq. Shielding effectiveness is >60dB from 30 MHz to 3 GHz! Can be used over a wide range of temperatures (-30° to 90°C) to shield electronic components, make draperies, tents, mobile phone shields, and more. Used in medical applications also. Good tear strength and attractive Silver color. Very soft and comfortable to touch. 0.0045 inch thick, weighs only 40 grams/m². 58″ wide.
High Performance Silver Mesh Fabric (Cat. #WAH1222)
High Performance Silver Mesh Fabric Roll charge
Material will ship folded if this is not selected
4) Shielding Films.
SCOTCHTINT™ SHIELDING WINDOW FILM
Windows are the most important areas of a room to shield, because they’re the principal portals for RF/MW radiation. This window film will reduce exposure to radiation in the 30 MHz to 4.5 GHz range (the frequency limits of the testing) – by more than 22 dB at cell phone frequencies. You simply cut it to size, peel the backing, wet it, and apply, then squeeze out any air pockets. It’s good to cut it a little large so you can then use an exacto knife to trim it as close to the frame as possible, especially along the vertical edges.
In addition to RF shielding, this film reduces heat gain in the summer by up to 79%, and heat loss in the winter, and makes windows opaque from the outside when the sun is on them, without reducing visibility from the inside. This can mean saving about one ton of air conditioning for every 100 sq. ft. of sun-exposed glass, and a reduction of up to 30% of heat loss in the winter. It also reduces glare and blocks 98% of UV rays, protecting interior surfaces from fading.
You can find professional installers in most areas if you don’t want to do it yourself. For Installation Instructions Click Here.
Scotch Tint is Available only in 100 ft rolls and silver-blue tint, in two widths.
|ScotchTint Shielding Performance
|Shading Coefficient .26
||Glare Reduction 78%
|Visible Light Reflected 58%
||Heat Gain Reduction 72%
||”U” Value .95
|Visible Light Transmitted 19%
||Heat Loss Reduction 10%
||Visible Light Energy Rejected 77%
ScotchTint™ 40 inches wide (Cat. #WAH1215-40)
ScotchTint™ 60 inches wide (Cat. #WAHA1215-60)
CLEAR-SHIELD™ Plastic Film
Non-Light-Reflecting RF Shielding
Sometimes you don’t want light-reflecting RF shielding, and this film lets in 80% of the light while reducing RF transmission. Sputter-coated with silver-indium to make it highly conductive (27 ohms/sq.), it makes an excellent electric field and RF shield. Five mil thick and easy to cut to cover car windows, VDT and TV screens, MW-oven windows, eyeglasses – even make a shield for your cell phone and portable phone. It’s heat-stable up to 80°C (176°F). The width is 2 feet – specify number of ft when ordering by quantity.
Clear-Shield (Cat. WAH1210-24)
5) Shielding Paints.
Y-SHIELD Indoor/Outdoor Paint
High Frequency Shielding Paint
This is a water-based paint for shielding interior or exterior surfaces from radio frequency and microwave radiation up to 18 GHz (see graph below), reducing RF/MW by 99.99% (40 dB) with one layer. With a pure acrylic binder, it adheres well to masonry, cement, plaster, construction board, polystyrene, latex paint, and many other surfaces, is frost-resistant, dries quickly, cleans up with water, and comes ready to use.
The surface of this paint is highly conductive (about 10 ohms per square), and attenuation is consistent no matter what the polarization of the signals because of its holohedral carbon structure, without fibers or meshes. About 10% of the shielding is accomplished through the carbon’s good RF dissipation, which reduces reflections from both outside and inside the area to be shielded. It does need to be grounded.
It’s RoHS compliant, comes in black only, covers 50 to 100 square feet (5 to 10 square meters) per liter, and can be covered with latex paint, wallpaper, etc. It has a shelf life (unopened) of 15 months.
The minimum temperature for applying it is 1°C (33.8°F), and it can be shipped in the winter or any other season. It weighs 3.2 pounds per liter.
Click Here for complete installation instructions (.pdf)
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YShield Liquid (Cat. #WAH290-5L)
YShield Liquid (Cat. #WAH290-L)
6) “Dirty Electricity” Meter and Filters.
DIRTY POWER METER
Low Frequency Noise Detector
Not for testing Washington politicians, this meter lets you detect levels of dirty power in home or office wiring, which can be corrected by installing Graham-Stetzer Filters (see below). The filters mitigate low frequency noise between 4 and 100 kilohertz, and this meter is designed to measure microsurges – voltage spikes – in that frequency range and display them as a numerical equivalent, in volts per second, of such noise.
No batteries are required – just plug it into a standard 2-or-3 prong or GFCI outlet and read the display. It works for 60 Hz, 120 Volt North American and 50 Hz, 240 Volt European systems (but an ordinary plug adapter is needed for European or other electrical outlets). By turning on various appliances (compact fluorescent bulbs, blenders, computers, laser printers, etc.) one at a time and taking readings, you can get a sense of which are the biggest polluters. The rule of thumb is that any outlet reading higher than 50 should get a filter – especially if it’s in an area frequently occupied (bedroom, office, etc.).
High Frequency Pollution Meter for Wiring:
With North American Plug (Cat. #WAH803-NA)
GRAHAM-STETZER FILTERS—ELECTROMAGNETIC POLLUTION REMOVERS
Dirty Power Cleaner
Wherever there are active dimmer switches, electric motors, fluorescent lights (including CFLs), transformers, and many other electric-noise producing products, you also find dirty power in the form of microsurges – spikes of higher-frequency on the normally extremely low frequency (ELF) power in our homes and offices. This higher-frequency noise has been associated with symptoms of electrosensitivity (skin rashes, insomnia, depression, headaches, inability to concentrate, memory problems, fatigue, etc.), and possibly even more serious diseases like cancer. These small filters, when inserted into wall outlets, reduce this higher frequency noise, resulting in relief for many people.
They use no extra electricity but simply act to clean the electricity moving through the electrical system, which can make other electrical appliances run more efficiently and may actually reduce your utility bills. Each can easily be moved from one outlet to another as needed (for a detector of dirty power, see the DIRTY POWER METER above).
Though they can be ordered one at a time, the normal package of 20 units will clean the power of an entire, average-size home or office.
North American plug style:
HF EMPOR x20 (Cat. #WAH801-NA)
Extra GS Filters (each) (Cat. #WAH802-NA)
7) Reducing Cell Phone Headsets, Cell Phone Cases.
SHIELDED LEATHER CELLPHONE CASE
While you can use this good-looking leather cell phone case in your pocket or purse, it is also useful for those wanting to put their cell phone in a holster attached to the belt. Very durable. Flap closes securely with a magnet. Belt clip can be horizontal or vertical. Shield your body from cell phone radiation! Very important for pregnant moms or couples wanting to conceive.
Cellphone Holster Large (Cat. #WAH233-L)
Fits Blackberry 8300, Motorola Razr, and similar phones up to 4.5×2.6×0.6 inch (115 x 66 x 15mm).
Cellphone Holster Small (Cat. #WAH233-S)
Fits most smaller phones up to 4.1×2.2×0.65 inch (104 x 56 x 16mm).
This is a very thin, transparent adhesive film that you peel off, cut to size and place over your cell phone. It incorporates a high performance shielding material providing 40+ dB attenuation. You can use this with many kinds of phones, such as flip phones and PDAs. Not for phones with touch screens, however. You get 2 pieces 2.75 x 4 inches. Place on the side of your phone that faces your head. The phone emits radiation not just from the antenna and this shielding material will lessen your exposure considerably. Yu can still pres the keys, fold up, recharge
Skin-Blok (Cat. #WAH244)
Want to cover your laptop screens, windows or even your microwave oven door? By this 11” Skin-Block™ material by the linear foot. Specific length you desire. Note that sometimes Moire patterns may occur with some digital displays due to mesh size.
Skin-Blok Wide (Cat. #WAH245)
Air-Flow™ HANDS-FREE HEADSET
The Safest Headset Available
Normal wired headsets are much safer than wireless Bluetooth headsets, or no headset at all, but they can pick up stray radiation from the phone and from microwave radiation everywhere around us, and transfer it to the head. The Air-Flowtm headset sold here adds further protection by keeping all wires farther away. It uses a simple technology–a flexible, nonmetallic tube carries sound to your ear from the speaker, keeping potential radiative components away from your ear and brain.
There are still some metallic components in the earpiece, but nothing electronic, and a small clip can be used to keep the wires to the tiny speaker and microphone away from your throat area. Tests have shown that even wired headsets can reduce radiation by 95-99%, but that reduction still begins from levels determined by the design of the phone – specifically, the levels of radiation from the phone’s antenna and the relationship between the phone’s antenna and the headset jack. This headset will reduce levels even further, no matter what the design of the phone.
It can be used with phones (cell or cordless) that have 2.5 mm Universal headphone jacks (see below). A special adapter is required for most Nokia and some Ericsson phones. See Ferrite Bead, below, for extra protection.
Air-Flow Hands-Free Plug styles:
Specify plug type:
Universal type 2.5mm, 2 band (Cat. #WAH236-212S)
Nokia type 2.5mm, 3 band (Cat. #WAH236-213S)
Motorola Razr type USB plug (Cat. #WAH236-215S)
Universal type 3.5mm, 3 band (Cat. #WAH236-235S)
OVER THE HEAD HEADSET
‘Hands Free’ over-the-head headset for use with cell phones, and also with tape or CD players. This is for people who prefer for comfort the ‘over-the-head’ style to headsets with only an earbud. Significantly reduces cell phone radiation to your head. You can use this with the microphone on either side. Also features an adjustable boom microphone for optimum voice output and a four-foot cord. Comfortable, solid feel that stays in place better than headsets with earbuds and goes on quicker.
Standard 2.5mm 2-band jack for use with office, home, cellular or wireless phones. (black)
Boom Headset 2.5mm (Cat. #WAH726-2.5)
FERRITE SNAP BEAD
An RF-Sponge for Wiring
Headset wires (and anything else metallic) can become an antenna for high-frequency signals and noise, and transmit the RF to your head. A ferrite bead acts like a sponge for high frequencies and keeps them from continuing on to the ends of the wires closer to your body. The two halves of the small bead snap together around the wires and “soak up” the RF. They’re very light, grey in color, and about an inch long, with a minimum of 50 ohms impedence. They fit wires 5 mm in diameter or less (you can knot smaller wires at each end of the bead to keep it in place).
Ferrite Snap Bead (Cat. #WAH238)
Ultra Low EMF Telephone
This is a fabulous home or office phone for people who are sensitive to the strong magnetic fields associated with the handset, speakerphone or telephone base of many conventional telephones.
Desktop or wall mount corded telephone (no microwaves) combined with a special ultra low EMF headset. The special headset cord is about 3 feet long and uses a clear plastic tube to carry the sound to your ear. No electronics, wires or magnets are near your head. The cord can be extended up to 9 feet with optional extension cord, sold separately. Reduction in magnetic fields is significant.
Features speed dial, redial, speakerphone and a hold button. Phone is white, and has volume control. The phone itself does not have any shielding or EMF reduction technology. Instead the benefit derives from the jack for the special headset. Please note if you already have a phone with a headset jack you only will need to buy the headset alone and not the telephone.
Ultra Low EMF Telephone – White (Cat. #WAH725W) …… $89.95
Need extra length? Connect up to 4 of these extensions between the headset and the phone base. Each extension is 6 feet long.
Headset Extension Cord (Cat. #WAH725-EXT)
Already have a phone with a headset jack? You can order just the special headset.
RETRO MOBILE PHONE HANDSET
Buy this for your mother! Help people you love get in the habit of keeping the mobile phone away from the brain by giving them this old-fashioned phone handset attachment. Good sound quality while reducing the radiation to the head very significantly. 2.5 mm universal plug. Includes coiled cord, call pickup/end button (does not work with all phones) and adaptors for some Nokia, and Sony Ericsson phones (other adapters may be necessary for some phones). Very light weight. Jet black. Retro
Mobile Phone Handset (Cat. #WAH249)
8 ) Cell Phone Warning Signage.
CELL PHONES PROHIBITED SIGN
Indoor/Outdoor Cell Phone Warning Sign
Polyyethylene, outdoor grade sign telling people this is not a place to use cell phones. High density .055-gauge material that is resistant to breaking or weathering. This strong presence sign measures 10” x14”.
Cell Phones Prohibited Sign (Cat. #WAH715)
NO CELLPHONES ALLOWED DECAL
Be clear when you want to establish a “No Cell Phones Zone”. This decal can be put up in offices, schools, hospitals, trains, homes or any other place you desire to limit exposure to microwave radiation. Decals measure 4″ by 4″. Very solid and strong adhesive, just peel and stick.
No Cellphones Decal (Cat. #WAH609)
9) Books and Other Resources
BOOK: Public Health SOS: The Shadow Side of the Wireless Revolution
Read this primer on EMF and health by a leading EMF activist and world renowned EMF scientist to learn what the independent science shows about biological effects of electromagnetic fields, what you can do to create electromagnetically safe environments and how you can help get Congress to pay attention to this important issue affecting humans, animals and nature. Public Health SOS: The Shadow Side of the Wireless Revolution resulted from 110 Questions asked of the audience at The Commonwealth Club of California in 2008, the nations largest and oldest public affairs forum. 120 pages, 2009.
Public Health SOS (Cat. #WAH681)
LEARN MORE! Go to www.ElectromagneticHealth.org to hear free audio interviews of scientists talking about electromagnetic factors in health. You can purchase the E-Book: “Public Health SOS: The Shadow Side of the Wireless Revolution” there and hear the answers to 110 common questions on this topic asked by the audience at the Commonwealth Club of California.
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