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 3. GQ EMF EF Meter RF Spectrum Power Analyzer
 Properly placing the EMF-390

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memp Posted - 09/26/2019 : 06:58:23
If i keep my meter, when it is off, near sources of high EMF, EF or RF radiation like voltage regulator or WiFi devices or Magnetic fields of subwoofers and sound speakers affects the device?

Is it possible the device to be magnetised or something like that and not measure properly after that?

I must keep my device away from those fields when it is OFF?

Thank you.
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memp Posted - 09/26/2019 : 10:26:33
OK.
Thank you.
EmfDev Posted - 09/26/2019 : 09:34:35
There is no problem with that it wont affect the reading.

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