I would like to simulate the device being held while connected to USB for remote monitoring. Without some ground or counterpoise the unit fails to record the signal I am most interested in checking (switch mode noise from next door with strong component around 7MHz}. To get a time-comparative reading I sat the 380 in an aluminum bracket that covers the lower back half (insulated from it) then grounded that. I haven't tried it connected to USB like that but I wondered if there was a correct way to simulate the normal use while not capacitively coupled to the human hand?
Related - I'm also interested in knowing a way to take timed EF readings for logging through the day?
Thanks, I was going to leave it running and use software to capture a reading at intervals, guess I'll have to read up on software. I seem to remember Windmill doing serial comms stuff, maybe I can use that to grab a timed reading.
Thanks for the device, see the world in a new light, must ask the children's nursery I pass in the morning if I can walk the grounds when no kids present, horrible EMF readings along the road beside it, substation a few feet away.