An innovative new EMF shield for smart electric meters.
- Blocks Radiation
- Protects Humans, Wildlife, Insects, and Vegetation
- Tubular Configuration
- New Technology Aesthetic
- Collapses Flat to Cut Consumer Shipping Costs
Story Behind the Invention
Inventor and electrician, Jesse I. Danielson of Sonora, CA has created an innovative new way to protect humans, wildlife, insects, and vegetation from the damaging effects of radiation.
Smart electrical meters are now being used to analyze, report, and even control electrical usage. Although readings are becoming more accurate and there is a reduced need for manpower, smart meters emit radiation in the form of an RF signal.The sad reality is that smart electric meters are making people sick. Just because you dont feel anything, doesnt mean you are not getting pulses of radiation. As an electrician, Danielson knew it wasnt fair to expose people to that. The list of harmful radiation effects is getting longer and meters are still transmitting. Although the market has responded with shields that greatly reduce radiation levels, they are large and costly to ship. In turn, Danielson developed the Collapsible Radiation Shield!
The invention provides all the functions of an EMF (electromagnetic field) shield for smart power meters, but without the bulk, size, and high cost of shipping. The shield has a tubular configuration with an open top and a ground connection to shunt away internally generated EMFs for your protection. An internal spring allows the shield to expand or collapse to save on storage and shipping costs.
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Additional InformationFor Information on Smart Meter Health Complaints
Questions & Answers about EMF from NIEHS
NIEHS Report on Health Effects from Exposure to Power-Line Frequency Electric and Magnetic Fields
Concerning Electromagnetic Fields and Cancer
World Health Organization: Extremely Low Frequency FieldsEnvironmental Health Criteria
WHO International Agency for Research on Cancer Classifies Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields as Possibly Carcinogenic to Humans
FTC--Questions and Answers about Biological Effects and Potential Hazards of Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) on EMF
NIEHS on Cell Phone Radio Frequency