Voltage Potential is the “pressure” created by Alternating Current (AC) in house wiring. Voltage Potential is active on all wiring and devices whether the switch is on or off. This picture shows AC voltage increasing above ground:120 volts above and 120 volts below ground.
Voltage potential is all around us. Hiding in the walls, floors, ceilings and in every appliance. To avoid this danger, you must consider your surroundings where you SLEEP, STAND or SIT the majority of the time.
The energy of invisible electric fields is received by our own body which acts like an antenna. Our body is easily charged by surrounding electric field lines especially if not grounded. Lying in bed next to electrical sources such as: a clock, lamp or c-pap breathing machine causes an invisible Voltage Potential as seen in Figure 1. Even with these electrical sources turned off, the voltage potential still exists which can cause undesired current flows across muscle ,brain, and nerve cells. Distance is your friend. You do not want to be close to unshielded wiring or devices. Turning off the bedroom’s circuit breakers at night is a simple solution. If you need to use medical devices such as a CPAP, purchase a shielded extension cord at ElectraHealth.com.
Voltage Potential affects babies and children even more than adults. Their skull and brain are not completely formed. Therefore, it is important to keep children’s sleeping areas away from electrical outlets and devices which has the 120 volts alternating potential. For example, if you happen to have the crib next to a wall outlet or an extension cord connecting to another electrical device running under the crib, Voltage Potential is extremely hazardous with these fields reaching out 6-8 feet into the room. This can manifest as a colicky/crying baby, agitated by the electrical voltage potential. Removing the extension cord or moving the crib to another location may be all that is needed. An extra step would be turning off the room’s Circuit Breakers while sleeping.
Note: There is no Voltage Potential once eliminated at the breaker box.
Outside there are many hazards of Voltage Potential as well. The most visible are the high voltage power lines that are around us shown in figure 3. Even the smaller power lines going down your street or underground, can deliver AC power to your home at dangerous levels. Therefore, measuring with a meter is the only way to detect the Voltage Potential coming from outside or inside your home.
Many epidemiological studies, which involved hundreds of thousands of neighbors next-door to high-tension power lines in the US, Canada, Sweden and Australia, showed a significant increase of biological risks.
Risks include the following:
For home use, the Trifeld TF2 is an excellent meter for measuring AC Voltage Potential. Learning how to measure these fields protect you and your family. Knowledge is the beginning of understanding and change. This was our first meter which opened up our eyes to what we couldn't see.
The TriField TF2 meter measures Magnetism (MAG), Voltage (ELEC) and Radio Frequency (RF). However, RF is not this meters strength and I recommend the Safe and Sound Pro II meter for RF only.
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