The patented Stetzerizer Microsurge Meter
is the ONLY meter of its kind on the market. It is the single most effective way to measure dirty electricity
(also called dirty power, electrical pollution, harmonics, EMF, etc).
The Microsurge Meter
is far different from other types of meters. It connects directly to your home/office circuits by plugging into a standard outlet. It then gets an accurate reading of the signal quality on that line. The circuits/wires/lines in your home or office electrical wiring are the source of dirty power. Measuring at the source allows you to accurately see what you are exposed to.
The meter, developed by Dr. Martin Graham
, Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering at Berkeley, allows the user to measure the quality of the power without the need for super-expensive and more complicated equipment like oscilloscopes. The meter will display a reading from 0 to 2000.
- The lower the number, the cleaner or clearer the signal is.
- The higher the number, the more dirty power, electrical pollution, noise, etc is present on the line.
- In severe cases of dirty electricity, the meter could display only a 0 or a 1 or shut off. This means the reading is higher than 2000 and cannot be displayed.
The meter is a must for installation of the Stetzerizer filters
. Installing the filters without the meter is like flying blind. The proper method is:Plug in the meter at the site before installing any filters. The reading on the meter will climb, and after a few seconds it should stabilize around an average reading. It will continue to update and show new readings, but those readings should be around the same level.
- Install one filter or one power strip (dual filter)
- See how much the first filter affects the circuit. Usually the first filter will considerably (often over 95%) reduce the reading on the meter.
- Try installing a second filter and see if the reading drops at least another 20%
...for example if your initial reading is 850 and after 1 filter is installed it drops to 50 (still a little higher than optimal), you can try installing a second filter. If the second filter brings it down to 40 or below - 10 GS units reduction is 20% of 50 - then you should leave that second filter at that location. Move onto all of your 120 volt circuits with outlets and test each and every outlet.
The Microsurge Meter use and Stetzerizer Filter
installation is so easy that even a child could do it.