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Woo-Woo Discussion in 'Twilight Zone' started by EMF Kid, Jun 16, 2021.

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  1. EMF Kid

    EMF Kid

    Jun 16, 2021
    I have my corded phone and Ethernet cable connected to optic fibre and I was experiencing high V/m on my Ethernet and phone cable. I never had this problem before when I was on copper cable and I assumed it was the two-pronged power adaptor. I have no wireless in my home.

    Lately, it has become worse and when I go into the kitchen to cook I have begun to feel nausea and ill, headaches and other things.

    I have a couple of ELF metres and I measured all the power points and light switches and assumed it would measure below 240, but I found that all areas measured between 500-1000V/m and fluctuating, like something from outside is being induced into the power cables of our area. I haven't checked the sub-unit outside on the street or any of the power terminals within our area.

    I went out to the main power box for my unit and measured the same at the input of the power into our three units. I turn the main power off and the measurements disappeared,

    How can a 240VAC produce high levels of electric fields (V/m)?

    I understand what V/m is, but I can't understand how the measurement of 500-1000V/m is appearing on a 240V AC power. I have no idea and it's not the power adaptor attached to my modem that my phone and Ethernet cables are attached to.

    Any idea fellows?
  2. Bluejets


    Oct 5, 2014
    Contact your local supply authority.

    Just be aware that these days there can be a fairly stiff call out fee for false alarms or time wasters.
  3. Martaine2005


    May 12, 2015
    I too have very high Volts per metre in my dining room. My ELF meter was off the scale..
    I had a brain wave and it worked fantastically.

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  4. Tha fios agaibh

    Tha fios agaibh

    Aug 11, 2014
    Current flowing will cause a magnet field.

    Near power lines 10,000V/m is common.

    I wouldn't worry about a few hundred V/m.
    EMF from the sun itself is about 200V/m.

    Unless your seeing several thousand V/m away from power, I would save your worrying for global warming.
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