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stephen gardner Posted - 05/09/2019 : 08:47:44
Hi Can you please advise on where I can find a printable conversion chart that aligns the nano watt and pico watt readings from the GQ-EMF380v2 with say the Safe living Technologies charts or building biology guidance charts.
Its a little daunting trying to work it out as the milliwatts setting on the meter doesn't register at low levels and at the Auto setting seems more sensitive but I have nothing printed to make correlations with my existing material.
Overall i really like the meter and its quite unique features alarms and increadable battery life.
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paul Posted - 05/13/2019 : 11:44:52
Hi Stephen,you are welcome.
I am not at home so don't have my radio to hand,
but will check later.
stephen gardner Posted - 05/13/2019 : 05:36:02
Hey Thankyou Paul You have made my week. Its just what I was looking for. Have you tried listening to emfs with a transistor radio on mw 160 it shows a lot of disturbance on mains electrical circuits .
paul Posted - 05/10/2019 : 11:48:32
This is a good one

h//ps://www.hypercable.fr/images/stories/Conversion_Chart_dbm_v_m.pdf

and this is one of many for safety standards

h//p://www.emfwise.com/emf-safety-standards.php
stephen gardner Posted - 05/10/2019 : 02:38:12
Hello EmfDev
Yes but preferably as well as
EmfDev Posted - 05/09/2019 : 11:45:15
Hi stephen, are you referring to a chart with nW/m2 or pW/m2 readings instead of mW/m2?

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