CellSensor 

 

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Learn to Detect and Measure EMF Fields

      The Gauss Meter Measures Cellular Phone RF Radiation.

      Also measures Electromagnetic Fields Generated by Power Lines, Computer Monitors, TVs, Appliances, Home Wiring, and Other Unsuspected Sources. Easy to Use.

      Free Booklet on RF/ELF Issues Included.

      Includes Guides on How To Reduce Your Exposure and an Exterior Probe.

       

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Features

      Sound and Visual Signals Combined with Analog Measurement

      Audio Signal With Volume Control

      Light Signal

      ISO 9001 Controlled Manufacturing

      Competitively Priced

      Rugged ABS Plastic Construction, High Quality Components

      CE Registered

      Requires One 9-Volt Alkaline Battery

       

10 to 20% of all homes are covered in "hot spots" of electromagnetic fields over 2 milligauss.  With the CellSensor, one can walk the house and in 5 minutes find these hot spots that measure over 2 and avoid placing beds and furniture there.  Simple to use, the meter shows the hot spots with needle, light and sound!  The meter is normally quiet...showing 0 reading.  When you walk by a hot spot, the needle goes up over 2, the light glows, the sound beeps!

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Time Magazine writes: "Those exposed to fields of 2 milligauss showed a threefold increase in their risk, while children exposed to 3 milligauss showed a fourfold increase in the risk of leukemia.  Such as clear progression makes it difficult to argue that factors other than exposure to the electromagnetic field were responsible for the extra cases of leukemia."

Time Magazine writes: the research "...shows an unmistakable correlation between the degree of exposure and the risk of childhood leukemia."  The second study "...linked on-the-job exposure to electromagnetic fields and leukemia in workingmen."  "What makes the Karolinska study particularly significant is the thoroughness of its design.  The investigation encompassed nearly 500,000 people."  "One of the most telling results was that the cancer risk grew in proportion to the strength of the electromagnetic field.  Children with constant exposure to the weakest fields, calculated at less than 1 milligauss (about the same that a coffee maker generates when it is brewing), had the lowest incidence of cancer."  "Numerous reports in the popular press have blared out warnings."  "...a growing number of scientific studies suggest that the risk of leukemia and other malignancies rises with exposure to electromagnetic fields."

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