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 EF exposure safe levels

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n8xyn Posted - 05/16/2018 : 06:55:36
I've found information on emf exposure safe/unsafe levels but nothing on EF levels. Is there a recommended unsafe level that someone has found?
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n8xyn Posted - 05/18/2018 : 15:48:53
Thanks for all the effort....
EmfDev Posted - 05/18/2018 : 09:09:18
I found a link that exactly says the safety limit exposure.

it says limit for general public is 27.5 for 30-300 MHz.
n8xyn Posted - 05/17/2018 : 16:01:03
That's just it, there doesn't seem to be a safe or unsafe level, therefor any alarm setting is pretty much meaningless.
EmfDev Posted - 05/16/2018 : 09:51:45

From ZLM's post. They may have recommendations of the safe levels of both.
EmfDev Posted - 05/16/2018 : 09:23:39
safe ef levels? I'll try to get some info.

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