STETZERiZER® Microsurge Meter
The STETZERiZER® Microsurge Meter by Graham-‐Stetzer is designed to separate the power line frequency to detect and respond to low level high frequency voltages caused by transients and harmonics on power lines. The level of these voltages is measured in GS (Graham-‐Stetzer) units and will vary with electrical equipment and loads.
This device is recommended for use in conjunction with original STETZERiZER® filters. The STETZERiZER® Microsurge Meter was specifically designed as a companion to the STETZERiZER® Filters. The meter measures the level of harmful electromagnetic "energy" present, and its primary use is to guide effective STETZERiZER® Filter installation. Patents Pending. All Rights Reserved.
Microsurge Meter Operating Instructions
The intellectual property behind the STETZERiZER® Microsurge Meter belongs to the individual who conceived and designed the meter — Professor Martin Graham. The STETZERiZER® Microsurge Meter:
- Works for 60 Hz/120 Volt North American and 50 Hz/240 A.C. Volt European systems.
- LCD display reads the Volts per second present, which is an approximation for the high frequency energy. High frequencies are the frequencies which are most harmful to equipment, animals, and humans.
- Is certified by the Government of Kazakhstan as the official means of measuring RF Energy on building wires.
- Is simple to use — just plug the meter into any standard electrical outlet.
- Conveniently lists the good, marginal, and undesirable range of meter readings on the back of the Microsurge Meter.
The frequency band covered by the STETZERiZER® Microsurge Meter is about 10 kHz to 100 kHz. For complete specifications on the STETZERiZER® Microsurge Meter, see U.S. Patent #6,914,435.
- Model: GS-‐M300-‐A
- Color: White
- Length (in.): 4.25
- Width (in.): 2.75
- Height (in.): 1.00
- Input: 110V/240V, 50/60 Hz
- Plug Type: Type A (ungrounded)
- Cord Length (in): 36