What is the best EMF meter?

by | Jul 14, 2022 | Mito Meter | 0 comments

There are always so many questions when it comes to EMF meters. Yes, the Mito Meter is the best 3-in-1 screening meter, in my opinion, and for many reasons.

Having an electrosensitive daughter, and me being one of the most sensitive people on the planet, means having the right meter when we are out and about can mean the difference between having a good day or ending out in the hospital.
(Which many hospitals are now no longer a viable option for many of us because their microwave density levels from towers are so high.)

Getting around with a handful of bulky meters is a clumsy solution for sensitives trying to go about their day in an orderly fashion. The 3-in-1 screening meter is a must-have for sensitives. However, when it comes to quantifying or identifying this unwanted noise and unnatural fields, a few extra gadgets are required to fine-tune environments.

If I had to replace all my professional gear and buy another EMF kit, and didn’t have a spare 30 to 50k to spend all over again, I could very easily settle with a Mito Meter, an E-Smog Spion 5G meter, with the optional light flicker sensor, the Alpha Labs power line EMI dirty electricity meter, and a basic digital multimeter. That would be a good barebones kit that would give me gap-free coverage from 50Hz to 8GHz with plenty of sensitivity to measure low-frequency electromagnetic fields and radio frequencies.

Anyone who owns an E-Smog Spion 5G or Super E-Smog Spion will always overstand non-native and native EMFs more so than a person that doesn’t, regardless if they are a NASA engineer or how much training they have under their belt. IMO

Even though I am fortunate enough to own the best EMF measurement gear money can buy, whenever I walk out the door, I only ever take the Mito Meter. (Unless heading to a job.) Neither does my daughter leave home without her Mito Meter.

Now let’s say you purchased the above kit and you ended out helping so many people with your gear that you realised, hey I may as well do this as a profession, what next? If finance permitted, I would recommend the two following additions, the Gigahertz Solutions ME3851A low-frequency meter followed by the Safe & Sound 2 RF meter. They are both ultra-sensitive meters and well-respected amongst professionals. Owning such a kit would allow you to comfortably conduct field testing at a professional level.

Stage one of an assessment is screening, stage two measuring, and stage three analysing. Some jobs can be fixed at stage one. Number-crunching power values doesn’t matter at stage one, you see a hot spot and fix it or can see it’s not fixable. Other jobs need more in-depth measurements. The more jobs you do, the faster you become at finding solutions.

Moving up from here, you are looking at spectrum analyzers, probes, and antenna kits. Not only would you need at least 30k to get started, you would also be required to operate the equipment, and that’s a steep learning curve within itself. Spectrum analysers don’t supersede broadband meters, as they are more for analysing which takes much longer than typical broadband field measurements.

If you want to cover millimeter waves, you would need at least 80k+ of spectrum analysers and antennas. However, if you can stay clear of 5G microwaves you shouldn’t have issues because 5G millimeter connectivity is microwave dependent, as it uses a tier stepping system that requires 5G microwaves as its umbrellaed footprint/legs.

In general, ultra-sensitive people need sensitive meters, more sensitive than the sub $300 screening 3-in-1 meters. That said, as an ultra-sensitive, I can easily go property hunting just with the Mito Meter and use its sound signature mode and its accumulated microwave density score to get a general idea of how noise toxic a digital microwave environment is.

Not everyone can acquire a real-time EMF/RF spectrum sweep snapshot of their environment. However, as a picture can tell a thousand words, so can sound. Sound alone will tell you what’s natural and what’s not. Numbers can lie and you can easily get lost in them, but not so with sound.

Owning a good ultra-wideband voltage to sound meter like the Spions is a must-have addition, especially if you want to optimise your grounding results. This is why my two favorite meters today are the Mito Meter and the Spions. Owning those two meters alone will transform lives and enable you to create an end state worthy of the gods.