Paradigm Shift Investigations
T1392 EMF Data Logger
T1392 EMF Datalogger
4 Oct 2009
When you go into an investigation and get a "hit" on the K-II device or reading on the ExTech, you mention it and record it on your Digital Audio Recorder, along with other information such as time and location. You should also be logging readings before and after, best by taking time-tagged readings and noting them about every five miminutes to get the normal EMF "background". It takes prcatice and on-hands experience to stay focussed on this chore because there are many distractions, some of which are other evidence, such as "cold" spots in temperature, noises, sightings of strange objects or apparitions, and even communications with the team and the Command Center.
One thing to note is that the ExTech takes accurate readings of the EMF field, whereas the K-II is only an event indicator with some ability to display intensity. The K-II lacks a faraday cage, which has caused the device to come under some criticism. However, I see no reason to downplay its use. It IS more sensative than the ExTech and is a heads-up unit to tell the sweep teams to take accurate readings with other equipment. It is also an excellent commuication device if used properly during EVP sessions.
But to help in this regard, and very thoroughly and scientifically document evidence in the EMF category, we have added the T1392 datalogger.
The T-1392 Mini Electromagnetic Field Radiation Meter is a 16,000 point Data Logger with Integrated Probe design. Includes Belt Clip & soft carrying case. Not only is it a stand-alone EMF meter (such as the ExTech) it is a data-collecting and displaying workhorse.
This unit is very similar to the RHT10 datalogger used for temperature and relative humidity that we now have in our inventory. After you program it, you carry it into an investigation and look for K-II hits. When you get jumps in readings you note them on your Digital Audio Recorder. Later, when the T-1392 is put back into the laptop, you get a printout or chart showing EMF spikes, all time tagged, showing accurate readings with spikes and troughs showing intensity and duration of the EMF anomaly.
This unit will be as valuable, if not more valuable, to PSI than the RHT10.
• Wide Measurement Range:
20/200 micro Tesla
200/2,000 milli Gauss
• Single Axis Measurement
• Frequency Bandwidth: 30 to 300 Hz (ELF frequency range)
• Accuracy: ±3% at 50-60 Hz
• Data Hold, Peak Capture Function & 16000 Point Data Logger Function
• Power Supply: 4pcs AAA (included)
PSI has added both the RHT10 and T-1392 dataloggers to its instrumentation inventory.
Director & Tech Manager, PSI