Subject: Monitor Distortion and EMF meters
Date: Wed Apr 12 20:13:18 2000
Posted by Noel Lugo
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I am an electrician at UCSD and have an EMF meter. The reason for the
meter is to check the emf around monitors when somebody complains that
their monitors are distorting or flickering. One problem, I don't know how
much emf it takes to distort a monitor. The meter measures in mGauss
0.1m-199.9mGauss and 0.0u-19.99uTesla. Thanks for the info.
Re: Monitor Distortion and EMF meters
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