Designed to measure home and office Power Quality
Check to see if your home is swimming in "dirty
electricity" with the Stetzerizer Microsurge Meter. This
is the only meter that test for high frequency
You may have noticed several gause meters on the market
and are confused as to which one you should get to test
the outlets in your home and see the level of dirty
electricity they produce. Well there is none like the STETZERiZER
Microsurge. STETZERiZER Microsurge EMF meter is designed
to detect the high frequency voltage transients
or harmonics which are most detrimental to human health.
This form of pollution is produced by everyday household
appliances, electronic equipment like computers, and
florescent lights and dimmer switches.
Microsurge Meter Operating Instructions
The intellectual property behind the Microsurge meter
belongs to the individual who conceived and designed the
meter: Professor Martin Graham. The Microsurge meter works for 60 Hz/120 Volt North American and 50 Hz/240 A.C. Volt European systems.
LCD display reads the Volts per second present, which is
an approximation for the high frequency energy. High
frequencies are the frequencies which are most harmful
to equipment, animals, and humans.
The good, marginal, and undesirable range of meter
readings are conveniently listed on the back of the
Electrosensitive people have reported sensitivities with
readings as low as 27 on the Microsurge meter. However,
medium or even low Microsurge meter readings should not
be interpreted as a guarantee that there is no harmful
health impact; only a medical expert can determine that.
Caution is required. Some harmful health effects of high
frequency energy on humans appear to be cumulative, and
possibly non-reversible. Science is inconclusive in this
area, although the body of empirical evidence available
for guidance continues to expand and stabilize.
Microsurge Meter Design Criteria
Microsurge meters were specifically deigned as a
companion to the
STETZERiZER filters. The meters measure
the level of harmful electromagnetic "energy" present,
and their primary use is to guide effective filter
Microsurge meters are low cost, robust, and easy to use
by non-technical people. The meters were designed to
measure harmonics and other high frequency "energy"
present, which are the frequencies most detrimental to
human health. The meters effectively ignore the effects
of 60 Hz power and other lower, less harmful
frequencies. Specifically, the meter measures the
average magnitude of the changing voltage as a function
of time (dV/dt), which naturally emphasizes transients
and other high frequency phenomena that change rapidly
with time. The measurements of dV/dt read by the meter
are defined as G-S (Graham-Stetzer) units (since no
standard term is available). The G-S units are a measure
of "harmful energy" which is a function of frequency, or
more generally, rate of change of voltage or dV/dt.
Using the Microsurge Meter for a Typical Home
Microsurge meters measure the levels of safe,
borderline, or dangerous levels of "energy" present.
These levels are conveniently shown on the back of the
meter for reference. These levels have been developed
through research (much of it in Russia and neighboring
countries) and confirmed by experience in North America.
The levels have been adopted by the Sanitory Stations
(Health Departments) of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Starting from points that typically have the highest
readings such as the power input panel, computers, and
televisions, the meter is used to measure the initial
levels of G-S energy and reduction as filters are added.
Once the G-S levels are acceptable at one location, the
process should be repeated at the next location. After
the installation of the filters is complete, a final
confirmation of the G-S levels should be performed
throughout the house