Home EMF Tracing and Consulting


Find out what is REALLY causing your chronic health condition.

          “Thank you for saving the lives of four people!”  

-- S.S. Durham, NC 2/11/18

For advice about shielding and filtering the dirty electricity from your “smart” meter,
 or other Tracing tips, please reserve phone time: $25 for up to a 30 minutes. 

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A Home EMF Tracing typically starts with checking: 
the outside Service Equipment (meter, disconnect, ground, etc.) for improper configurations, 
current on ground bond from Cable TV, Water/Gas pipes, 
and continues inside looking for ...

· Magnetic fields from bundled / shared neutrals, unbalanced phases, power lines, ground loops, inverters, power strips,
· Body voltage and contact current from unshielded wiring, stapled Romex wires, dimmers, lamps, appliances, etc.
· Radio/Microwave Radiation from “Smart” meters, cell towers, radio/TV towers, cordless phones, wi-fi routers, etc.
· “Dirty” Electricity from “smart” meters, fluorescent lights, monitors, Switch Mode Power Supplies, variable speed   
                   motors, and solutions how to filter this from the grid and from the home, and much, much, more.

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Home EMF Tracing: $400 
(up to 4 hours). Beyond the 4 hours, $75 an hour.

Home EMF Tracing and Consulting Flyer.pdf

$100 Quick Check

(60 min. or less)

Follow up visits (i.e. to work with electricians):

$100 for first hour then $50 an hour thereafter. 

TRAVEL: For locations beyond the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill area, add $50 an hour one way (i.e., Wilmington is $100, Charlotte is $150). 

Cancellation fee is $100 if within 24 hours of appointment.
Remainder of payment applied to any future services. 

Full payment is required before the day of service.

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I am pleased to announce the availability of his great products, from this link.

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Sample of Home EMF 
Meters / Equipment:

Aaronia Spectran HF 6065 V4
10MHz-6GHz Spectrum Analyzer with HyperLOG 7060 antenna
Great for tracking down frequencies from cell towers, Wi-Fi, smart meters, cordless phones, AM/FM Radio, etc.

Gigahertz Solutions ME3951A 
Electric and Magnetic Field Meter
Gauss Meter - AC Electric and Magnetic Fields 
5 to 400 000 Hertz
See and hear what is being radiated (“dirty electricity”) into the room off of wires.

Bell-4180 Three-Axis 
·  Triple-axis for fast, easy measurements
·  Compact and lightweight
·  Accurately measures 0.4 mG to 599 mG.  
·  Frequency range is 20 Hz to 2000 Hz 

MSI-95 Single-Axis Gauss/Body Voltage Meter
METEX high quality Digital Multimeter, colored yellow
MAGCHECK Magnetic Field Probe, colored blue 
·Includes MC95 detachable sensor and cable, sensor output 1 mV per mG 
·25 Hz to 3000 Hz is -3 dB range (reading drops to 30% low at edges of -3 dB range)
A high quality meter that can measure field strength from 0.1 mG up to over 50 Gauss.  
Very good as a body voltage meter when using a ground plug.

Fluke 287 True-RMS Electronics Logging Multimeter 
(body contact current in micro Amp range)

Frequency range: 27 MHz to 6 GHz
Power flux density: 0.1 - 1999 uW/m²

Magstick Tracer 
Lets you hear audible tones generated by magnetic fields from AC electric currents. Good for very quick sweeps of any area to cut down on time finding wires and other sources of EMF.

by Karl Riley


Tracing Magnetic Fields (EMF) by Karl Riley

(This very important video is posted with permission from Karl Riley. Do not repost without permission.)


(See Karl’s Book: Tracing EMFs in Building Wiring and Grounding)

Suggested Protocol for School Electricians for Correcting Wiring Errors Causing Net Current Magnetic Fields
by Karl Riley


Caution, Grounding Pads and Sheets: Being Grounded Is Not Equal to Zero-Field Exposure
Martin H. Virnich, Martin Schauer

A New Electromagnetic Exposure Metric: High Frequency Voltage Transients Associated With Increased Cancer Incidence in Teachers in a California School


Dirty Electricity: detect, measure and eliminate it.

To give you an idea of some of the “dirty” electricity or “noise” on the wires, here is an excerpt from a technical publication from EDN called Internet of Things in the Grid. It really is a must read for many reasons.

“As one would expect, there are many sources of noise on the power lines. They can be roughly classified in several classes: 

Narrowband noise, that is mainly due to amplitude modulated signals (for example from broadcast stations). 

Continuous background noise, which can be: 

Time-invariant, having constant envelope for a long period (for example, thermal noise generated by internal circuitry). 

Time-variant, whose envelope changes with line voltage (for example, noise from inverter-drive fluorescent lamps). 

Impulsive noise, consisting of abrupt impulses with short duration and high amplitude. There are at least three categories of impulsive noise: 

Impulses synchronous with AC line voltage, at the same frequency or double (for example, noise generated by light dimmers or brush motors). 

Impulses asynchronous to AC line voltage, whose frequency is much higher than that of mains voltage (for example, noise from switching regulators). 

Single-event impulses, that occur at random times, less frequently, and that are typically caused by switching operations (for example, wall switches or capacitor banks for power factor correction). 

White noise is mostly generated by the devices connected to the power line, one possible source of noise that can disturb the reception of low communication signals is PLC transceiver’s circuitry, mainly its power supply. 

Switching-mode power supplies (SMPS) and regulators can be particularly problematic and their switching frequency should be carefully considered. SMPS may couple significant noise at the switching frequency or its harmonics back onto the mains power line. Also, a SMPS or a DC/DC switching regulator with improperly filtered output can produce noise and ripple on the transceiver DC supply voltages.”

Internet of Things in the Grid. Pg. 45-46

Information thanks to Oram Miller:
Wiring Errors as Violations of National Electric Code (NEC)

In these articles Karl discusses how magnetic fields are created due to un-canceled magnetic fields from wiring errors and current flowing on grounding paths, such as water service supply pipes and cable TV cables, all of which are violations of National Electric Code.
In particular, neutral-to-neutral wiring errors are, according to Karl, a violation of both NEC Code Section 301-3(b), which states, "all conductors of the same circuit -- including the neutral and all equipment grounding conductors -- must be run in the same raceway, cable tray, trench, cable, or cord," referenced here, as well as NEC Code Section 310-4, which, "prohibits connecting a neutral to another neutral such that a parallel return path to the panel is set up, unless the conductors are 1/0 or larger and meet exacting conditions," referenced here. Circuits in most residential settings are not larger than gauge 1/0, and therefore this provision applies.
Likewise, current flowing on grounding paths, whether ground wires within metal-clad or plastic (Romex) wiring, or the metallic sheathing surrounding metal-clad circuits, or on such metallic grounding paths as water pipes, natural gas lines, cable TV sheathing and the like, are also national electric code violations, specifically of Sections 250-24(a)(5) -- 1999 and 250-61(b).
In particular, Provision 250-24(a), according to Karl, "prohibits connecting of neutrals to any grounding connection on the load side of the service entrance main disconnect. Formerly this was 250-61(b)," referenced here. Karl says sections 250-23(a) and 250-61(b) both, "prohibit connecting neutrals to ground on the load side of the service entrance," referenced here.
Unfortunately, many electricians do not follow these provisions nor do electrical or home inspectors find these errors because, as Karl points out, junction boxes are not inspected. The electrician creates these errors out of expediency as a short cut, not knowing the potential for causing conditions that may result in a fire, let alone potentially causing adverse health risks to occupants. Wiring errors must be looked for and corrected, if present.

Magnetic Fields from Electric Current on Metal Water Service Supply Pipes
Ideally all electric current that enters the home on the hot conductors of the electric supply lines should leave the home on the neutral (return) conductor of the same electric supply lines. In actual fact, some of the return current also runs in and out of your home through a metal water service supply pipe and on the sheathing of the cable TV cable. This current then enters the homes of your neighbors via the metal city water main or cable company's lines. These grounding paths therefore interconnect the electrical systems of each home up and down the street with each other, including yours.
When present, current flowing on these parallel paths results in an unbalanced load between the hot conductors compared to the load on the neutral conductor of the electric drop service line coming into your house from the electric utility transformer. As noted above, some of this current is carried on the water pipes and the grounding conductor running in the slab or crawl space, and possibly in some of the interior walls and ceilings. It will also be carried on the electric drop service as it runs up the side of your house. All of this can create unhealthy magnetic field exposure in several rooms on the first and possibly second floors.

Earthing Mat?
American epidemiologist Sam Milham, a pioneer in EMF health effects, is wary of using earthing mats. “Most of the electricity delivered in North America now returns to the substations via the ground. Anyone using an earthing mat as directed is therefore being connected to the utility’s primary neutral return current. With an electrically clean ground, I’d be happy to use a mat, but I’m very reluctant to connect my body to the utility’s neutral return current.”

Should I Ground Myself and What's Wrong with Earthing Mats and Pads?
And for more details, see Oram Miller’s website : http://www.createhealthyhomes.com/earthing_pads.php

From Dr. Mercola:
Exposure to even small amounts of light from a television, your computer, tablet, or smartphone can interfere with your body’s production of melatonin, which helps regulate your sleep-wake cycle. Plus, when you're connected to the Internet, your phone or computer are communicating with nearby cell towers, which means they're also emitting low levels of radiation. One 2008 study revealed that people exposed to radiation from their mobile phones for three hours before bedtime had more trouble falling asleep and staying in a deep sleep.11, 12 If you do keep your devices in your room, make sure they are physically turned off along with your Wi-Fi router.
Be mindful of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) in your bedroom. EMFs can disrupt your pineal gland and its melatonin production, and may have other negative biological effects as well. A gauss meter is required if you want to measure EMF levels in various areas of your home. If possible install a kill switch to turn off all electricity to your bedroom. If you need a clock, use a battery-operated one.