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NP-1/1 (SP-3/1). . . 1 zone
NP-2/2 (SP-6/2) . . . 2 Flex Zones™
NP-4 (SP-12) . . . 2 or 4 Flex Zones™
NP-8 (SP-24) . . . 2 or 4 Flex Zones™
The Building Biology Institute (BBI) recommends a Body Voltage Kit (BVK) reading below 100 mV in your sleep area at night. Before EMF mitigation most people find a reading of 2,000 to 3,500 mV which the BBI considers to be of “Extreme Concern”.
Either have a professional Building Biologist / EMF Consultant come out and measure for you, or you can do-it-yourself by measuring with our Body Voltage Kit (BVK). You measure to identify which circuits in your home are putting out enough EMF to affect you, especially where you sleep. Then use an EMFSafeSwitch to cut off these circuits at night and enjoy an EMF mitigated sleep sanctuary.
If you don’t want to measure - switching off bedroom circuits (plugs & lights), the circuit to the adjacent room & room below if there is one, this will do the trick for most people. Although switching off any circuits is better that non, it is best to measure.
How many circuits do you want to control? A “circuit” is the wires running through your home attached to 1 circuit breaker in your electrical panel. Most people need to switch multiple circuits because of hidden wires in the walls, floor and ceiling each putting out EMF 6 - 8 feet in all directions. Measuring tells you how many circuits you need to switch off to mitigate each area and be EMF safe.
Each relay can cut off:
1x Neutral & Power (NP) circuit (can be switched individually) or
1x NP & 1x Power only (PO) circuit (switched together) or
3x Power Only (PO) circuits (all switched together).
1 relay switch = 1 control zone
2 relay switch = 1 or 2 control zones
4 or 8 relay switch = 4 control zones
Why 4 Flex Zones™? 1 for Room 1, 1 for room 2, 1 for Office or TV room (with all those “smart” devices), 1 for WiFi. Be in control, think outside your room.
“NP” = Neutral & Power disconnect, “PO” = Power Only or Power Off disconnect. (Some of our old literature refers to Power Only as “SP” Standard Power.)
Many sensitive people - only want Neutral & Power (NP) wired circuit disconnects with 1 circuit per relay for maximum control. A “NP” switch reduces electric & magnetic fields, RF & “DE” 100% on the power & neutral line of the circuits being switched. EHS sensitive people report better results with all “NP” wiring.
Some people combine NP wiring & PO wiring. Power Only (PO) wiring disconnects the power only. We recommend ”NP” for plugs & maybe “PO” for lights.
Power Only (PO) wiring allows 3x circuits per relay (all switched on/off together. More circuits for less cost but less individual control.
Switches come with 1, 2, 4 or 8 relays. Each relay can be wired for
Neutral & Power (NP) only - 1x NP per relay or
NP & PO - 1x NP & 1x PO circuit per relay or
Power Only (PO) - 3x PO circuits per relay.
If you are concerned about “Dirty Electricity” (“DE”) include a whole house, 24/7, EMI/DE - Power Quality PQFilter™. This filters not only “DE” coming from the outside but also ”DE” from devices inside your house on ALL circuits, not just the ones being switched. An independent study shows the EMFSafe PQFilter™ is as good as, if not better than other whole house “DE” filters on the market but at a significantly lower price.
PQFilter™1 for average “DE” loads - smaller homes etc.,
PQFilter™2 for heavier “DE” loads - larger homes, solar inverters, pool pumps, mini split heaters, “smart” meters etc. Adjustable setting.
Also when you order an EMFSafeSwitch you will select the type of enclosure you want/need. The EMFSafeSwitch comes in a 4” deep electrical enclosure. It can be surface mounted (on the wall), flush mounted (in the wall) or Outside (weather proof).
Best for maximum EMF reduction & individual circuit control
Optional PQFilter™ in drop down menu
Our economy switch with 3 power only circuits switched together
Optional PQFilter™ in drop down menu
Breakers are not “switch rated”
Constant use can cause failure.
This is rare but it happens.
Live EMF safe
A box of parts. No enclosure, no wires, no connectors, same button on/off, a power supply that creates “DE” & takes 3+/- hrs to build. How can a box of unassembled parts be certified for installation in your home?
The parts are UL listed but the assembled kit is NOT*
Free shipping, arrives fully assembled
ready to install with Flex Zones™ & separate on/off for each zone.
UL listed (third party certified) & will pass code in ALL 50 States and Canada. Will not compromise your home owners insurance & most of the time costs less.
Be informed & be SAFE.
Find the EMF “Elephant in your room” the electric fields.
Have a professional Building Biologist or EMF Consultant come out and measure for you.
Do-it-yourself by ordering our Body Voltage measuring Kit (BVK).
Measuring tells you how many and which circuits need to be switched off to mitigate the EMF, especially in sleep areas.
Find which circuits to switch off at night and during the day.
Your house stays ON and you turn off your sleep areas at night.
Use the body voltage method to strategically and methodically determine exactly which electrical circuits you must turn off. Then, turn off just those targeted areas at nighttime. This approach determines the minimum number of circuits that must be disabled to mitigate your sleeping area.
Pros and Cons:
1. Usually less expensive (smaller unit).
2. Less power interruption: possibly more convenient.
1. Start with the bedroom that will be turned off first each day ie the children’s room.
2. Using the BVK to confirm adequate mitigation follow the proceudure given on the “PROCESS” page. By turning off all of the identified circuits your body voltage measurement should be less than 100 mV.
(See our PDF)
3. Count the total number of circuit breakers that you need to turn off.
4. Allocate each circuits to one of the zones.
Your house stays OFF and you turn on the room you are using.
Turn off most of the home or large areas surrounding the sleeping area, leaving on only the essentials1 and areas remote (if any) from the sleeping area. Then, confirm with the body voltage method that mitigation has been successful.
Pros and Cons:
1. Often more expensive innitially but easier now with the G1-combo.
2. Process is simple.
3. More consistent with Nature.
4. Power savings over time .
Remember with the holistic approach everything is OFF except the room/zone you are in.
1. Identify which circuits must be left on.
2. Decide which rooms you want in each zone.
3. Identify which circuits go to each of the four areas.
4. Count the number circuits you are turning off
5. Confirm with the BVK your readings.
WORKING FROM HOME
If you are home all day, this may change your mitigation approach.
Even though it may not affect your sleep area EMF reading you may want to add your home office circuits to your list.
Consider turning off your office while you are working in it! Sounds odd but you can reduce your daytime EMF considerably by doing this. Run a shielded, grounded extension cord in from another room to plug in essentials like your computer.
Remember, most of your EMF load is the electric fields coming from the wires in your walls and during the day, added to that the power cords by your feet. Use the BVK to check your measurements and the effectiveness of your mitigation ideas.
Unplug what you can and move the things you need on as far a way from you as is practical, maybe to another room.
Why not have your home turned off while you work, except the one zone you are bringing the extension cord in from?
Check out our OFFICE page.
A typical basic kit costs about $340, and handles 4 circuits and has only 1x zone (read the small print). This does not include the enclosure, mounting rail, conduit or wires that your electrician must supply (+$100). We are told by electricians it takes several hours to assemble @ $125 - $200 per hour - ask for a quote. To add each additional zone and 4 “SP” circuits costs +$140 + more time. So an assembled 12x “SP” circuits, 3x zone KIT could cost $1,170 - $1,400 and this unit would NOT be UL listed (see below*) and contain a power supply known to increase in home “DE”.
We recommend calling your local electrical inspector and home owners insurance company to verify legality and liability - just in case. EMFSafeSwitch 12 power only circuits, 4 Flex Zones™ (ready to install) $1,299.60 (with coupon) . . . UL LISTED & low “DE”/EMF.
* The parts in the kit are UL listed but UL states that when 3 or more parts are put together in a new enclosure you are creating a new product which requires its own UL inspection. Therefore, even a kit of UL parts assembled outside of a UL shop is NOT UL so should not pass inspection - and could void your home owners insurance. Call your insurance company and/or local building inspector.
All of the parts EMFSafe uses in the EMFSafeSwitch are also UL listed AND we spend thousands of dollars to be a 508A UL listed industrial panel shop so that our assembled switch (finished product) can be UL listed (third party certified) so you are protected and can . . . LiveEMFSafe.
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(Also EMFSleepSwitch and original EMFKillSwitch) and the PQFilter™
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