A member asked:

Is there a device i could buy to check the total electromagnetic energy around my home? like a thermometer, but for radiation?

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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis answered

Specializes in Family Medicine

Geiger counters measure ionizing radiation like alpha, beta, gamma, and x-rays. They do not measure elf or other electromagnetic fields from microwaves or electronic devices; for those, you need a gauss meter, which range in price from a few hundred $$ to several thousand, depending on size, sensitivity, fields to be monitored. http://www.biof.com/onlinestore/safetech.asp?redirect=yes may be start.

Answered Jun 23, 2013



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