Helpful instructions for the TriField 100XE EMF Meter, by Michael R. Neuert, an EMF Test Engineer with over 23 years experience. Click the time links below to go directly to any chapter....
Part 1: Turning on the meter, checking the battery, three kinds of EMFs 0:12
Part 2: Serious issues with the accuracy and sensitivity of the TriField 3:52
Part 3: Where to take measurements, how to use a data form 8:03
Part 4: How to measure the magnetic fields10:45
Part 5: How to measure the electric fields13:53
Part 6: How to measure the radio frequency (RF) fields 17:16
Part 7: How to find and determine the sources of the EMFs 20:28
Part 8: What levels are safe? What do the numbers mean? 27:41
In my opinion, the TriField is a handy meter to try to detect all 3 kinds of electromagnetic fields within one instrument, but is definitely not the recommended meter to measure EMFs due to serious accuracy and sensitivity issues. #1: The meter tends to be very inaccurate and read high when measuring the magnetic fields, as dirty magnetic fields trigger it to give high measurements. #2: For both the electric fields and the radio frequency fields, it is just not sensitive enough to even begin detecting the common exposure levels found in the typical home or office (it does not even begin to register anything till the field level is quite high, and thus is not very useful). Here are easy instructions to help you use the TriField Meter both to detect the EMFs, and also to help you determine what the sources actually are.