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The patented Stetzerizer Microsurge Meter is the ONLY meter of its kind on the market.  It is the single most effective way to measure dirty electricity (also called dirty power, electrical pollution, harmonics, EMF, etc).

The Microsurge Meter is far different from other types of meters.  It connects directly to your home/office circuits by plugging into a standard outlet.  It then gets an accurate reading of the signal quality on that line.  The circuits/wires/lines in your home or office electrical wiring are the source of dirty power.  Measuring at the source allows you to accurately see what you are exposed to.

The meter, developed by Dr. Martin Graham, Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering at Berkeley, allows the user to measure the quality of the power without the need for super-expensive and more complicated equipment like oscilloscopes.  The meter will display a reading from 0 to 2000. 
  • The lower the number, the cleaner or clearer the signal is. 
  • The higher the number, the more dirty power, electrical pollution, noise, etc is present on the line. 
  • In severe cases of dirty electricity, the meter could display only a 0 or a 1 or shut off.  This means the reading is higher than 2000 and cannot be displayed.
The meter is a must for installation of the Stetzerizer filters.  Installing the filters without the meter is like flying blind.  The proper method is:Plug in the meter at the site before installing any filters.  The reading on the meter will climb, and after a few seconds it should stabilize around an average reading.  It will continue to update and show new readings, but those readings should be around the same level.
  1. Install one filter
  2. See how much the first filter affects the circuit.  Usually the first filter will considerably (often over 95%) reduce the reading on the meter.
  3. Try installing a second filter and see if the reading drops at least another 20%
...for example if your initial reading is 850 and after 1 filter is installed it drops to 50 (still a little higher than optimal), you can try installing a second filter.  If the second filter brings it down to 40 or below - 10 GS units reduction is 20% of 50 - then you should leave that second filter at that location.  Move onto all of your 120/240 volt circuits with outlets and test each and every outlet.

The Microsurge Meter use and Stetzerizer Filter installation is so easy that even a child could do it.  Here is an instruction page - installation best practices - for additional guidance.  The Microsurge Meter works in all countries.
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We have had a great experience with our tester and the surge protector. I was getting a 150 on the meter where my computer was , after installing the surge protector it went under 40! I was concerned, rightfully so, that I spend a lot of time on the computer by necessity.

We had some lights with rheostats (dimmer switches) that made the meter go nuts. We removed them.

I tell everyone i know to read Dr. Milhams book Dirty Electricity. You have great products!
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Reviewed by:  from Howard, OH. - 2/7/2012
Rating They work great
I received the G/S meter and filters quickly with free shipping. They work great and I feel good knowing that I've reduced the dirty electricity levels in my home. Now I have one thing less to worry about in trying to keep my family healthy. Electrahealth had the best prices I could find online, so I'll definitely be a returning customer.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Philadelphia. - 5/20/2014
Rating Meter works Great
I recently made an attachment for the meter using solderless ends so i could directly test the Power Panel bus bars. It showed 800 on the left and over 1400 on the right bar. I isolated the breaker that caused most of the problem, found a junction box 9' from the panel that needed redone properly. After the repair the left is now 80 and the right bar is 24. The entire house trouble areas are now 25-80 on the meter.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from PA. - 10/8/2017
Rating retired
The meter and filters have made a great difference for my wife who suffered extreme dizziness before installing the filters. They fixed the problem.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from las vegas, nv. - 4/17/2018
Rating Don't know how I survived without this!
After listening to a podcast about dirty electricity, and having been on a journey to find out why I was so sick, I purchased this meter to check my home. I was horrified to find that one plug in my bedroom registered over 1000! Every plug I checked was too high but that was the worst. I quickly ordered 30 "blockers" for my home. Used 20 and put the rest in my business. Ordering more to complete my business.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Pontiac, IL. - 1/16/2018
Rating Stetzerizer Microsurge Meter
When I purchased this meter, I was new to the idea of EMI. While still not technically savvy, I understand a lot more about the concept, and have read some very technical reviews. I am interested in health effects of DE, but there is little to support that this measurement is an accurate or optimal way to go. The readings on the GS Meter are thought by some to be an arbitrary designation, where the number does not correlate to any particular recognized standard. In addition, using the cap filters can strongly increase magnetic fields to the point of being detrimental. Not in every scenario, but really it requires some measuring and so it's not a one-stop solution - but a multi-step investment, and not a guaranteed one at that. If I had it to do over, I would not purchase this meter.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from IN. - 8/26/2019
Rating W. Bailey-Electrician
ElectraHealth gave me fast delivery and a good price. The meter works perfect. It has helped me a lot on the job and has let my customers know of issues they had no idea existed. I have corrected several problems with the help of this meter and their Filters.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Quakertown, PA US. - 1/6/2019
Questions and Answers
Q: What does the meter measure? What is a "unit?"
Asked by: Bill - 8/13/2015 (Submit an answer)
A: GS (Graham-Stetzer) Units are a measure of the average magnitude of the voltage surge (i.e. the rate of change of the voltage with time, or dV/dt) at the electrical socket. One GS Unit is 24 Volts per second.

It's looking at not only how big the spike is, but how rapid it is. The more rapid the spike, the higher the frequency. The larger the spike, the higher the energy, and the higher the frequency, the higher the energy. This is why it's so important to look at both. No other meter does this.
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Answer provided by:  Shaun Kranish (8/13/2015)
Q: I'm testing my elec outlets & readings on your meter vary from 129 - 1020. what do the numbers mean? Is there loose connections, wiring need to be changed? How can this be corrected?
Asked by: Bob Braun - 8/13/2015 (Submit an answer)
A: When the Microsurge Meter is initially plugge-in, for the first few seconds it will climb up. So it can start at a low number, and then it will climb and climb for a few seconds. Then it should level-off somewhere. It will keep bouncing around, but it should be bouncing around an average number. That's just the meter "warming up" so to speak. It only does this for a few seconds after you plug it in.

It's normal for there to be slight variance - say 10-15% - the reading will bounce around a little bit. Sometimes it could be a little greater than that even.

But what you are talking about - major swings in the readings - that is different. Is there a pattern to the changes? Does it drop down to around 129, then back up near 1020, then back down? Or is it completely random - such as 150 then 390 then 230, then 740, etc. If there is a pattern, then that shows us there is a device/appliance either in the home or in a neighbors home or something going on with the power grid.

If it is completely random - no pattern - then that can signify electrical arcing, such as a loose wire. Then you will want to determine which circuit it is on by shutting them off one at a time. Arcing/loose wires can be dangerous and start a fire. So it's a nice side benefit of having a Microsurge Meter - our customers have been able to detect and fix loose wires.
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Answer provided by:  Shaun Kranish (8/13/2015)
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