By base are you talking about the socket boxes for the analog electric meters? We currently do - we have 2 different models of 100 amp sockets. If you need a 200 amp socket, I can point you in the right direction. But as for the 100 amp we have those in stock and can ship them along with your meter(s).
I see that you received your item already - I hope that you like it! That Body Voltage Kit is a very well put-together kit and is very useful.
This order was shipped the very first business day and like with most orders was sent via USPS.com Priority Mail which is delivered in 1-3 days. So the normal expected arrival time for US orders is 1-3 days :)
My initial thoughts would be that if it has no wireless capability then it's probably OK. Always go with how you feel, but small battery-operated devices like that are probably not a big problem for most people. Obviously anything wireless is a huge concern and it's nice to use a meter to always verify whether or not a device is putting out any microwave radiation.
That's interesting. Is there anything else I could help you with - with our products. Thank you!
I'm not sure which paper you are referring to. Hmmm. Let me know when you are ready and we can talk. We could potentially get Dave on the line as well.
This really isn't our specialty, but I've never heard of plain old analog meters have any date recording capability. All they do is measure how many watts have gone through the unit. So without some automated reading capability (electronic module) or something like that I don't see how they something like the date the meter was removed could be ascertained from an old fashioned analog meter like the kind we carry.
There are so many things you could do in a new construction situation to reduce the EMF (magnetic, electric, and dirty electricity) from wiring. It really depends on your needs and your budget.
Having oversized wire coming in (particularly the neutral) could help in some situations - or seeing that they use finer stranded (more strands) cable - that's even better. Metal conduit the whole way will shield the electric fields, but you will still have some magnetic field very near to the conduit - so run this considering living and sleeping spaces especially so that you don't throw a field where someone is going to sleep.
You could have a main breaker panel for the big loads, and a separate subpanel for the smaller loads, and use something like the DNA Line Filter in between. So you could have the rooms where you spend the most time, including bedrooms, on this "protected" subpanel - the DNA line filter will offer protection from dirty electricity from the rest of the house. Just don't use any electronics on the protect circuits. We carry the DNA line filters - they work well but aren't cheap.
We also recommend shutting the power off at night to all sleeping areas - any live wires that are near the sleeping areas.
The Stetzerizer filters will do the trick for filtering by the main breaker panel and also out on branch circuits. I don't have a whole house system I recommend at this time. I only know of one EMF guy who uses a different filter near the breaker panel but I'm not sure how big if any of a difference this makes as I haven't tested it myself. I'm sure I will discuss that more, but for now we just recommend the Stetzerizer Filters - they perform extremely well.
Make sure the electrician does NOT connect neutrals from multiple circuits. Every circuit should have its own dedicated neutral - all the current going out on a romex cable from the main breaker should return on that same romex. I would also avoid multi-wire branch circuits. Seriously - spend the extra $10 or $20 it costs to wire completely independent circuits so that there isn't wire sharing and elevated magnetic fields as well as harder-to-deal-with dirty electricity that we see often times in kitchens where they do MWBC. It isn't the worst thing in the world, but they do often behave strangely so it's just nicer to avoid having them.
These are just a few of the things off the top of my head. There is so much more that can be done. I would recommend the phone consulting and then we can get a much better look at the situation and give you personalized recommendations for your needs. Probably 1 hour of phone consulting would save you a lot of mistakes/hassles and get you the best possible results.
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