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Highly Sensitive, Detects Ultralow Background Disturbances
|ALL NEW IOD40 detects both positive and negative electric fields produced by ions, ultra low static fields, lightning, paranormal entities and other associated phenomona by using a special low leakage switch.|
This very versatile tool detects both positive and negative electric fields produced by ions, and ultra low static fields This unit is sensitive enough to detect the minute charge produced by just rubbing a piece of plastic and bringing the probe in proximity. It easily measures the electric field during a thunder storm or other high static conditions long before the storm arrives.
Extremely useful for mapping the electric fields associated with high voltage generators. Indicates dangerous “E” fields that may damage sensitive electronic circuits or components. Detects those that can be dangerous to personnel. Detects the presence of weak to strong static charges from lightning, potential corona points and output of ion generators, leaking high voltage insulators and wiring insulation. A very valuable device for the high voltage researcher and experimenter.
Unit is built into a handheld 6″ x 3″ x 1.5″ metal box with extendable detection antenna probe. Simple high performance circuitry is powered by a single 9 volt battery that seldom needs replacement.
Detector indicates field strength using an analog meter with a sensitivity control. Includes a potential dangerous high charge field condition by an indicating LED. Switch selects positive or negative charge fields. A response switch allows fast or slow response. A simple external terminal provides a connection point for a grounding lead. Front-mounted RCA phono jack provides a facsimile out for remote monitoring or trigger circuitry for alarms, x/y recorder, etc.
It has been observed that certain paranormal activity is often accompanied by a distortion of the electric field. These changing fields are usually too weak to be detected by conventional detectors. The IOD40 has on several occasions detected unexplained fields in coincidence with other events. At the time of this writing a study is being done at several selected grave sites to see if the distortion in these weak fields can be detected and correlated with other unexplained events.