DIRTY ELECTRICITY AND GS UNITS
Dirty electricity is measured with a microsurge meter and is expressed in GS units or Graham Stetzer units named after Dr. Martin Graham, Professor Emeritus at UC Berkeley and Dave Stetzer, President of Stetzer Electric in Wisconsin.
The Microsurge meter is an inexpensive tool designed to measure poor power quality commonly referred to as dirty electricity on electrical wires. It works optimally for frequencies between 4 Khz and 150 Khz.
The Graham Stetzer filters reduce high frequency transients and harmonics on electrical wiring and thus improve power quality and minimise the dangers of this form of radiation to the human body. Dirty Power or “dirty electricity” is created by voltage efficient devices, like lcd screens, computers, CFL Bulbs using small parts of the total available power in the 50 htz frequency, thus creating spiking, a form of radiation is created that permeates building walls and passes through the human body, disrupting cellular communications.
Mobile towers and other devices being installed on mass throughout the country create even more dirty electricity because of the way they are powered, so even if you eliminate as much as you can from your home it will still be coming in from the power utility on their delivery lines.
It really is a plague we need to protect ourselves from. The Filter are a simple and effective solution.