EMF Products and Order Codes
This page last updated March 30, 2017.
To see a list of links to EMF Meters and Instruments and EMF-shielding products that Oram recommends that are sold by the following retailers, click on the links or icons below. (To see Oram's recommended list of EMF Meters and Instruments, click here.)
For products sold by Safe Living Technologies, click here.
For products sold by LessEMF, click here.
For products sold by Amazon, click here.
To link to the website for Greenwave Filters and Meters to reduce Dirty Electricity EMFs, click here.
To view videos in which Oram shows how to use various EMF meters, as well as to purchase those meters, click here. (Scroll down below each meter to see the links to the videos.)
To learn more about how and when to use these products to shield radio frequency EMFs when using computers, tablets and smart phones, go to Safer Use of Computers.
Additional Items Not Available from the Retailers Listed Above
Cell Phone Cases
To purchase a cell phone case with documented 99.9% (30 dB) reduction in radio frequency EMF levels, click here and then click on the A Ha! page. You will be receiving this cell phone case as a gift for donating to the Living Harmony Project, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to advancing knowledge of how to reduce levels of EMFs in one's life. Your donation is tax-deductible. All cases are hand-made.
When ordering, follow instructions on the Fund page to provide the Cellphone Case Model you choose and the make and model of your phone so that the case you get will fit the size of your phone. Type that information into the "Add Special Instructions" box at the top of the PayPal page. If that box does not appear, call Monica, Living Harmony Project's Executive Director, at 310-383-9781 and give her the information. If you don't see a cell phone case color you like, call Monica and she will custom make a case for you in that color, if available.
Low-EMF Gigaset DECT Cordless Telephones with ECO Mode Plus
While we strongly recommend that you choose a corded telephone over a cordless one, for those people who feel they still need to use a cordless phone, purchase one of the following models with Eco DECT Plus (it must be Plus, not just ECO Mode). Phones with ECO Mode Plus turn off the radio frequency transmitter in the base unit completely when the phone is in standby mode.
Here are two Gigaset models with ECO Mode Plus. Both phones come with a built-in answering machine:
Siemens Gigaset AS405A Duo Cordless DECT Phone This model has a second handset and charging cradle, and is expandable up to six handsets.
Siemens Gigaset C620A DECT Cordless Phone This model has a second handset and charging cradle, and is expandable up to six handsets.
Since these are both European phones, you will need an adapter to convert the round prongs used in Europe to the flat blades used in the US. These phones can be plugged into the 120 Volt outlets we have in the US. The vendor will send you an adapter for free with the C620A. The vendor for the AS405A says to contact them when ordering to tell them you need an adapter.
For more information on cordless phones with ECO DECT Mode Plus, click HERE.
Hardwired Workaround for Sonos Wireless Speaker Systems
We recommend hardwired speaker connections whenever possible, not wireless. One of the most popular music systems today, Sonos, is designed to have its speakers connect with each other wirelessly, making it possible to plug and play for easy set up without Ethernet cables.
That's fine for people who don't mind having wireless in their house, but it's not healthy. Fortunately each speaker has an Ethernet jack on the back, allowing you to connect it to the mother unit in a hardwired way. However, simply plugging in an Ethernet cable does not automatically shut off the wireless transmitter and the company told me they knew of no way to do so manually.
We have, however, found a way to disable the Wi-Fi within each Sonos speaker and the mother unit. This workaround can be found by clicking on an article written by blogger Benoit Steiner, accessed HERE.
You must run an Ethernet cable to each unit. In rooms where you don’t have access to an Ethernet cable, you can use a network adapter, discussed in the Radio Frequency EMF section of the page, Safer Use of Computers.
Otherwise, if no hardwired connection is possible, you can wrap a Sonos unit that is connecting wirelessly in a layer (on all sides) of Argenmesh, a radio-reflective cloth from LessEMF, available here.
Router Guard for Reduction of Radio Frequency Wi-Fi EMFs from Routers
You can purchase the Router Guard when you need Wi-Fi enabled on your router but want to keep your family's exposure to potentially harmful radio frequency Wi-Fi EMF exposure to a minimum. The Guard is made of metal mesh that reduces the signal strength from the router when the Wi-Fi is on but will still allow you to connect wirelessly to the Wi-Fi signal.
Order the Router Guard by clicking HERE. Please mention my name, Oram Miller, in the “Special Instructions, Comments or Referrals” box when ordering. They have two sizes, a regular size big enough for most routers, and a larger model for big routers and modems that contain routers.
Bear in mind that potentially harmful radio frequency signals do still get through this mesh into your room, even when the signal is reduced, so shut off the Wi-Fi when not needed and only turn on the Wi-Fi sparingly. I discuss how we do this in the Radio Frequency EMF section of my article, Safer Use of Computers.
Protocol to Rewire a Lamp with Shielded AC Power Cord, Called MuCord
To download a protocol that a local lamp or small appliance repair shop can follow to replace an unshielded AC lamp cord with a shielded one, click here. If you use a Mac and don't have Word, download a PDF of this procotol by clicking here.
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