What is it?
Dirty electricity refers to surges and spikes of electromagnetic energy traveling along power lines and building wires, where only conventional (“clean”) electricity should be.
- Dirty power
- Electrical noise
- Line noise
- Power line EMI (electromagnetic interference)
- Microsurge electrical pollution
- Harmonics and voltage transients
It is one of four types of EMF pollution now common in homes and other buildings.
Greenwave Dirty Electricity Test Kit
EMI Meter + 2 Filters + Outlet Tester
Where Does Dirty Electricity Come From?
Some Ways Modern Devices Manipulate Electricity
Many draw electrical current in short pulses (bits) rather than in a smooth, continuous stream.
Many must change AC electricity (alternating current) to DC electricity (direct current).
Many reduce voltage from 120 Volts to one or more lower voltages. Voltage is the force, or pressure, that helps push electrical current through wires, cords, equipment circuitry, etc.
These days, it’s common for dirty electricity from multiple sources and at different frequencies (or vibrations) to be traveling along building wires simultaneously, creating a chaotic mess of “electrical trash” on our wiring.
Dirty Electricity SPREADS!
Amazingly, dirty electricity can even move from one building to another via power lines and other means. This has a very important implication. These days even if you were able to remove all dirty electricity producers from inside a home or other setting, it is likely there would still be dirty electricity present on the wiring in the building. This is because some or a lot of dirty electricity created elsewhere (in neighbors’ homes for example) can find its way into the building and then spread via electrical wiring.
Common Sources of Dirty Electricity
Light dimmer switches
Equipment, appliances, and other devices with motors (especially variable speed motors)
Equipment, appliances, and other devices with transformers or switch mode power supplies.
Solar panel inverters
Smart utility meters
Benefits of Reducing
Exposure To Dirty Electricity
Increased Focus and Concentration
Enhanced Mood and Sense of Calm
Fewer Headaches and Less Body Pain
More Stable Blood Sugar Levels
(among some diabetics)
Fewer Tremors and Spasms
(among some with MS)
Reduce Inhaler Use
(among some with asthma)
Greater Overall Health and Well-Being
How To Reduce Your
Exposure to Dirty Electricity
Reduce Sources of Dirty Electricity in Your Environment
A Few Specific Ideas
- Replace energy-efficient light bulbs – such as CFLs or low-voltage LED and halogen bulbs – with light bulbs that run on 120 Volts (e.g., traditional incandescent bulbs, halogen incandescent bulbs, line voltage LEDs).
- Turn off and unplug electronics and other electrical devices when you are not using them. Alternatively, you can plug these devices into a power strip with an ON/OFF switch. Turn the switch OFF when you are not using the items plugged into the strip.
- Use your laptop in battery mode whenever possible. If you use the laptop while it’s plugged into an AC power source or your Internet router, make sure to ground the laptop and router. (See “Safer use of Computers” by Oram Miller for details.)
- Replace light dimmer switches with regular ON/OFF switches.
Install Dirty Electricity Filters
Greenwave filters are EASY to use. Simply plug them into electrical outlets or power strips for immediate results. The filters utilize capacitive technology to “short out” (shunt) erratic surges/spikes of electrical energy while allowing conventional AC electricity to pass through unimpeded.
Most Greenwave filter models come with a built-in outlet at their base for plug-through convenience. You can plug electronics and other devices into the filters when you need an outlet.
The filters also meet rigorous safety standards (e.g., UL, CE, and/or SEMKO) and are RoHS compliant. RoHS regulations limit or ban the use of hazardous materials such as lead, mercury, cadmium, and phthalates in electronic and electrical equipment.
The effectiveness of dirty electricity filters can be measured with Greenwave’s Broadband EMI Meter. Simply plug the meter into electrical outlets to find out how much dirty electricity is flowing along nearby wiring. The meter can show “BEFORE filter” and “AFTER filter” measurements on the same screen simultaneously, making comparisons easy.
The meter is also an excellent tool for identifying sources of dirty electricity in your environment and for guiding the installation of Greenwave filters. It can help you determine the best number of filters to install in each room and where to place them for optimal results.
Curious how much dirty electricity you have at home and work?
Are levels in your environment higher than is desirable for good health?
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