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 GQ EMF-390 Static Measurements

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frank.mathieu@GQ Posted - 04/23/2022 : 08:34:24
Good day,

I am analysing data my EMF-390 meter measures by reading out the CSV-File via USB/COM interface and GQ_EMF_PRO Version 3.54.

The CSV-Files show possible sources:
Mixed, ---, AC EF, Power Line, Cell Tower, WiFi/Phone, and Static.


My question relates to 'Static' measurements.
I always thought that these values come from DC, not AC.

How does one read these values correctly?
Measurements are scattered almost as wide as the other categories.
I don't know how to interpret a dataset that displays Possible source 'Static', EF=50V/m and RF=0,1mW/mē.

Could you please help me with that?
Thank you very much. Have a good day.
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frank.mathieu@GQ Posted - 06/26/2022 : 12:26:57
Thank You.
EmfDev Posted - 05/10/2022 : 09:32:37
If EMF is low in AC, then it can. But if the EMF is high, it will show you AC EF instead of static.
frank.mathieu@GQ Posted - 05/10/2022 : 08:50:31
So 'Static' readings can contain Alternating current values, correct?
Thank you.
EmfDev Posted - 04/25/2022 : 10:12:44
Hi Frank, the static means there is just high EF with no EMF/RF. means it can come from DC OR from any object like your body.

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