What are Smart Meters?
Smart meters are the latest addition to the ever-increasing array of things that emit unnatural electromagnetic radiation. Smart meters are the new electric, gas and water utility meters, although if you have a smart meter it is more likely to be collecting and transmitting your electricity usage above anything else. Smart meters work by transmitting your usage to the respective utility company, rather than requiring a meter reader to take a manual reading. A smart meter will broadcast your usage on a secure wireless network, direct to your utility company. A smart meter will broadcast this information up to several times a minute, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year (according to a variety of sources, although the actual frequency of these broadcasts is a bone of contention between smart meter opponents and the industries pushing their use).
Smart meters also allow two-way communication between utility companies and your home, enabling, for example, your electricity company to control your consumption during a period of high demand.
Your smart meter, or meters, will be found where your existing analog meters were located, and, as mentioned, will be broadcasting information about your electricity, and perhaps even your gas and/or water consumption, directly to their relevant companies. This means your smart meter, if you have one or more, will probably be located along an outside wall of your home, close enough to be a hazard in regards to emitting a pulse of microwave radiation up to several times a minute into your home and yard. Water meters, however, if you have one, may be located
further away from your home, but still, depending on how far away they are, could still pose an electromagnetic radiation problem, particularly if they are within about twenty-five to thirty feet.
Also, if you have one or more smart meters, then your neighbors will have them too, and this presents an additional problem for you, if their meters are close enough (within twenty-five to thirty feet). All living things in a twenty-five to thirty foot perimeter, and especially humans, are subject to this smart meter radiation, placing them in peril. Smart meters emit a microwave radiation, the same as cell phones, and although your smart meter will not be next to your ear, as with a cell phone, tests have shown that the signal sent from a smart meter is considerably more powerful than that emitted from a cell phone, particularly within a twenty-five to thirty foot radius.
Smart meters are slowly being rolled out across the U.S., with, no doubt, many more to follow. Ontario and BC in Canada have also actively been rolling out smart meters. European countries are also planning, as well as implementing, the rolling out of even more smart meters, with Italy having the dubious distinction of having the world’s largest smart meter deployment. Britain, for example, plans to have a smart meter outside of most homes by 2020.
We have three products (pictured above, but not to scale) listed below that can help give protection against smart meters and they are each wholly made (as with the G-333 Resonator) or partly contain (as with the Star Tri-Pak Resonator and Clear Field Plate) an advanced ceramic material known as Crystal Catalyst.
G-333 Resonator – for your own smart meter(s).
Star Tri-Pak Resonator – for your neighbor’s smart meter(s), or for your own water meter if it is placed away from your home.
Clear Field Plate – can be used on its own or in addition to the above two products.Follow us: