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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.
Breakers are not “switch rated”
Constant use can cause failure.
This is rare but it happens.
A box of parts
No enclosure, no wires, no connectors, 3-5 hours to build (add $400-$850 to cost of kit)
No UL listing of the assembled kit
Free shipping, arrives fully assembled
ready to install
UL listed / Inspected
(third party certified)
A typical 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 3 - 5 hours to assemble @ $100 - $150 per hour (+$300 - $750). So an assembled 4x circuits, 1x zone KIT = $740 - $1,190 and is NOT UL listed (see below*). To add each additional zone and 4 circuits costs +$140.
A 12x (SP) circuit, 3 zone kit therefore costs $620 + $100 (parts) + $300 - $750 (assembly/labor) so ACTUAL cost of a 12 circuit, 3 zone assembled kit = $1,020 - $1,470 . . . and is NOT UL LISTED *
EMFSafeSwitch 12 circuits, 4 zones (ready to install) $1,057.50 . . . UL LISTED
* The parts in the kit are UL listed but NEC code states that when 3 or more parts are put together in a new enclosure you are creating a new product which requires it’s own UL inspection. Therefore, even a kit of UL parts assembled outside of a UL shop is NOT UL, does not meet NEC code - and could void your home owners insurance.
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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