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#1 RON3002

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Posted 18 May 2011 - 02:30 PM

has anyone here had experience using this device? if so have you ever had the field go dead using the sum setting? Just asking because my group had placed the device in the middle of a room that supposedly had shadow people seen in it before.the device was set to the sum postion.and had been sitting there for at least 10 mins, and the "base" level reading had been constant for them 10 mins,but all of a sudden the field went dead for about 5-7 secs.Any ideas as to what may have caused this?

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Posted 18 May 2011 - 08:21 PM

Hard to say without actually seeing the area and taking new baseline readings, but there is a possibility your baseline was actually taken when a field was present. If the source of that field was removed for the few seconds it might give the appearance the baseline dropped when in reality you caught the true baseline level.

I have used a trifield and never had this happen so there also may be a possibility the meter malfunctioned in some manner as well. Hard to say without actually being there and observing the event.

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Posted 22 May 2011 - 02:40 PM

house had no electricity,as it had been turned off 2 weeks prior to investigation.and all electrical devices used for investigation were outside and at least 150ft from meter
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Posted 23 May 2011 - 10:47 AM

Ground currents can exist even when no electricity is present in the immediate area. These are created by the fact that power company grounds are scattered throughout the system. For instance a pole outside may have a ground rod at the base and another ground rod is located at the service entrance to the house. Even if the meter is removed from the house the ground conductor is still present.

There is a certain level of resistance even with a good ground so it could be that a slight current to ground is also following the line to the house's service ground. This is not really a problem but such a condition might cause unexpected activation of an EMF meter.

Another scenario is that two power poles have ground rods some distance apart. If one of them had a differential between ground a ground current would exist between them. If by chance the house were in this path that ground field may be detected. No way to know for certain without actually taking measurements, the point is simply turning off the power may not eliminate all EM fileds from power lines!

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Posted 06 July 2011 - 02:32 PM

wouldnt they give ac emf fields? cause if so the meter is designed to ignore them
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Posted 07 July 2011 - 06:58 AM

wouldnt they give ac emf fields? cause if so the meter is designed to ignore them


It doesn't totally ignore those fields...

http://paranormalres...al_em_meter.pdf




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