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Old 12-12-2016, 04:48 PM   #1
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I was supposed to do a course to build one of these, but due to unforseen circumstances I've had to just get a kit and build it.

It's a very basic, short range EMF sensor, not great frequency range but am looking forward to beefing up the design and making it much more useful.

Here's the kit - local folks to me;-

http://www.curiouselectric.co.uk/col...s/emf-detector

If I make anything better, I'll let y'all know. :)

Who knows, might even subcontract to that firm - nice and local from my point of view... Anyone want to handle non-UK distribution, for either case?
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What's the frequency range?

I know if I am near a microwave that's on or a cell phone that's transmitting data, I always get a weird feeling. Officials always claim electromagnetic sensitivity is an illusion, but it's just microwave I notice.
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Very low, I think. Audio frequencies. It is a very basic device.
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Low electromagnetic frequencies are radio waves.
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Well, it's the ELF I'm really interested in to begin with.

Got a very strange electrical fault with my home lighting - one bulb, for some reason, when switched off, strobes every second.

Would be handy to trace where the EMF is coming from that's causing this. Only happens with energy saver bulbs, conventional filament bulbs do turn off.

I did think it was a bad earth causing this, but the fitting is plastic, so not earthed. Very odd. Could be a neighbour using an inductive phone charger, maybe.
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