do digital non-rf meters still emit unhealthy frequencies

Sama 2 months ago updated by Shaun A Kranish (Principal) 1 month ago 1

Thank you so much for confirming what over 10 years of personal (physical effects..) experience has told me!  I opted out with Pacific Power in Oregon and they refused to give me an analog meter, so I got the smart meter removed with a hefty fee and took the digital.  It didn't help at all so it's great now for me to know why.  Now I have to figure out how to deal with them again -- as it is, I haven't been able to live in the house for 2-1/2 yrs now -- but still paying them for unhealthy, dirty electricity along with all the other bills.

Satisfaction mark by Sama 1 month ago

Yes, digital electric meters (meters that are made of plastic and have digital LCD displays on them) pose a threat.  Old-fashioned analog meters with gears and dials are safe.  Analog meters do NOT contain a switch-mode power supply.  Digital meters DO contain a SMPS which can create high-frequency pollution in the air and on the wiring which goes throughout the building.  This is a health risk.  All switch mode power supplies are different, producing different amounts of different frequencies.  They all vary.  But an analog meter is a clean linear device.  This is why analog meters are preferred, since there are no real standards on devices for electrical pollution/dirty electricity.

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